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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1973)
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The continuing story of
HERMAN & ELOISE
(Our story resumes as Eloise speaks to Herman)
ELOISE: (very excited) Herman, you'll never believe it!!
HERMAN: (dryly) I don't believe it!!
TO BE CONTINUED
Registration Dooth in Union
Wed. Afternoon, Dec. 5, and Thursday Morning, Dec. 6th
VIA CHARTERED MOTORCOACP
S119.00 - Bus
December 30 6 00 a.m.
Our highway rojte will take us via
U.S. 77 to Interstate 35 thiough
Kansas and Oklahoma. Rest stops and
meal stops will be made en route.
December 30 8:00 p.m.
December 31 Our stay will be at the Sheraton Dallas
January 1 Hotel (lour to a room). A New Year's
Eve party, tiansfer to the Cotton
Bowl is included as well as the game
ticket. Your escort will assist you in
arranging other sightseeing and activities
if desired. Also included is baggage
DALLAS January 2
LINCOLN January 2
Leave Big "U" at 8 30 a.m.
RESERVATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON RECEIPT OF
PAYMENT IN FULL. MAIL TO NEBRASKA ALUMNI
ASSOCIATION, P. O. BOX
30186, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Enjoy fl Beer
Stewart For Only
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"Nebraska Union Programming doesn't
just happen. Committed students
make it happen."
Decemhnr 8 starting at 9:00 A.M. Appli
cations arid information about committees
may txj obtained at the Nebraska Union
Program Office Room 115
Chairperson Interviews will be held for the following committees:
Talks and Topics
Art and Record Leading Library
Model United Nations
Jazz and Java
Union Chairperson Interviews
Superpoll Three results are in and will be made public
beginning Friday, according to Daily Nebraskan special editor
Ken Kirk. , . ..
A story will be released in Friday's paper concerning poll
results of student political views, Kirk said.
It will be the first of tour stories which will include a
student life style story, student views of UNL and student
evaluations of the Daily Nebraskan.
Superpoll Three questions ranged from student outlook on
drugs and sex to their analases of state and national political
"The poll was an attempt to ascertain students' feelings on a
variety of topics," said Kirk, who was in charge of conducting
The confidential surveys were sent to about 460 UNL
students randomly selected by computer. About two-thirds
returned the polls, which is about the normal response, Kirk
said. Previous polls were conducted in 1971 and 1972.
SUtJDAY, December 9
tickets available University Desk
One W.iy Truck
and Trailer Rental
5 til 9
2 dinners $1.29
consists of 1 taco,
1 Meat Ecnchilada,
1 Cheese Enchilada,
chips, your choice
of beans or salad.
Take out or
Sunday thru Thursday
Friday and Saturday
Wednesday, deccmber 5, 1973
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