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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1973)
Edgar Mitchell, who was
sponsored by the Nebraska
Union Talks and Topics
Commitix-f; to speak earlier this
week but was unable to attend,
has tx-en rescheduled to speak
at 3:30 p.m., Oct. 21 in the
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Edijor-in-Chief ; Michael (O.J.) Nel$on. Managing Editor: Mary
oboril. Newt Editor: Tim Anderson.
Special Editor: Ken Kirk. Sports Editor: Bill Bennett. Photography
Chief: Gail Folda. Night News Edhor: Cheryl Westcott. Editorial
assistant: Lorl Cleppor.
The Daily Nebraskan is written, edited and managed by students at
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is editorially independent of the
University faculty, administration ano student body.
The Daily Nebraskan is published by the Publications Committee on
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday throughout the fall and
spring semesters except holidays and vacations.
Copyright 1973, The Daily Nebraskan. Material may be reprinted
without permission if attributed to the Daily Nebraskan, except!
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standing committee positions: Calendar and Exams, Com
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Human Rights, Intercollegiate Athletics, Parking Appeals,
Scholarships and Financial Aids, Scholastic Appeals, Stu-'
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Committee chairperson vacancies: Communications, and
Student Services. Senate positions: College of Business
Applications available in the ASUN office, 334 Union.
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spiced state visits
Spiro Agnew, who resigned as U.S. vice president
Wednesday, met with mixed reactions from Nebraskans on
two tours here in recent year, according to stories in the Daily
In February, 1970, the vice president was greeted by 500
protestors outside Pershing Auditorium at a $50-a-plate fund
raising GOP dinner for then Gov. Norbert Tiemann.
While campaigning, Agnew made a somewhat quieter
appearance years later at an Omaha press conference in
At the conference Agnew, who was sentenced Wednesday
on a count of tax evasion, blasted Democratic Sen. George
McGovern's (D SD) tax proposals for trying to rob the
He said McGovern knew he had "to get the money to pay
for (his) give away schemes somewhere" and had decided to
take it "out of the pocket of the American farmer."
Commenting on one of McGovern's proposals, the former
vice president said an increase in inheritance tax would make it
nearly impossible for the farmer's children to inherit his land.
He also said McGovern's proposals to eliminate the
investment tax credit and capital gains provisions would
increase farmers' taxes and drive up food prices.
He said he realized people wanted to hear "gung-ho
rhetoric" but that certain statistics were important as a
"measure of the administration's success."
For example, he said recent grain sales to Red China and
Russia not only would help raise the farmer's profit from corn
and wheat but would save the taxpayer money and cre?te new
In response to a question about the Nixon Administration's
status with young people, he said he believed most young
voters support the President.
There were no antiwar or pro-McGovern protestors at the
1972 press conference.
At the 1970 dinner a crowd of protestors carried signs like
"Every Hitler needs a Silent Majority" and 'Thou Shalt not
Kill, Except..." and chanted slogans like "No Agnews is good
One 20-year-old protestor burned his induction notice.
When the crowd learned the vice president had eluded them
by entering by the back door, some reacted with "Screw you
Agnew" and by rattling the locked front doors.
A UNL political science professor said he was protesting
because "I have always believed in getting out of Vietnam
now." He said Agnew stands for "the worst in America."
Two-thirds of the 160-member Lincoln Police force was
assigned to the demonstration, which was reported as peaceful
The air hockey and foosball tournaments will take place
in the Student Union at 6:00 p.m. Oct. 10 & 11
Air hockey-Oct. 10
Football-Oct. 1 1
Trophies will be awarded for 1st and 2cond place.
Sign up at Games Desk (Bowling Alley) Fee 50
48th & Calvert
thursday, October 11, 1973
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