The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 06, 1973, Page page 2, Image 2

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    John Arbuckle
reportedly shot
Former UNL Indian student advisor John Twobirds
Arbuckle reportedly was shot early Wednesday while driving
his car on a gravel road east of Walton.
Arbuckle went to Veterans Hospital about 3:40 a.m.
Wednesday and told hospital officials he had been shot. He
was treated for bruises and lacerations, according to police
According to the report, a hospital physician said the
wound "could be caused by a severe blow such as a heavy
piece of wood or instrument. . .and not too possible for it to
be (caused by) a slug from a bullet."
According to reports, Arbuckle told police that someone
fired three shots at his vehicle, hiting it once in the windshield
and twice in the driver's door.
Arbuckle's car was found later by police on Apple St.
between 33rd and 34th Sts. with holes in the windshield and
door. Arbuckle told police several months ago that someone
had shot at him. No arrests resulted from that complaint.
Since the alleged incident occurred outside Lincoln, the
Lancaster County Sheriff's office is investigating.
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Meet your own Personal Banker. He'll help
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on coed
code fails
The ASUN Senate
Wednesday defeated 10-8 a
resolution which would have
set up a special committee to
draw up a new coed visitation
proposal with RHA. Four
senators abstained from voting
on the measure.
The ASUN-RHA proposal,
which would have been
presented to the Board of
Regents within one month, was
described as a move for forcing
the Regents to take a clear
stand on visitation and to
increase student interest in the
Sen. Emilie Brown, Arts
and Sciences, said she felt the
resolution provided ASUN
with an opportunity to pass
some legislation especially
pertinent to student needs.
Sen. Gail Watson, Graduate
and Professional, who is also
vice president of RHA, led the
opposition to the resolution.
said her main
opposing the
reason in
resolution was that RHA has
had a committee working on
the issue.
"I can't see forming a new
committee to start all over
again," Watson said. "I think
that since the committee has
been working on this for a year
they should finish their work
and then come to ASUN for
Watson said she also felt
any visitation proposal should
be drawn up by dormitory
residents. Only 10 of the 33
senators live in dorms.
Sen. Dave Thurber, Arts
and Sciences, said he opposed
the resolution on the grounds
that the Regents had already
taken a clear stand.
In other action, the Senate
elected Thurber speaker pro
tern. Jim Macomber, Teachers,
Melinda Fowler, Arts and
Sciences, and Karen Martinson,
Arts and Sciences, were elected
to the Executive Committee.
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9 1907 O St.
will be interviewing
interested individuals for
senatorial positions Sept.
3 positions from Pro-Grad
1 position from Engineering
Call 472-2581 or stop by
the ASUN office, Rm. 334
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