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THE BIGGEST HOLIDAY ROCK OUT IN HISTORY
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LOCATED OFF STEMMONS FREEWAY
TICKETS- 210 with special discount
coupon available at Union South Desk)
Tickets also available at the door.
BEER, CHfllTlPAGNE. y SET-UPS
will be available.
FREE PARTY FAVORS
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.m. till ?
We will hire at once
for part-time work:
cocktail waitress &
food waitress. Call
after 11:00 a.m.
4515 North 56th
Editor-in-Chief Michael (O.J.) Nelson. M.inaiing Editor. Mjry
Voboril. News Editor: Tim Anderson.
The Daily Nebraskan is written, edited and managed by students jt
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is editorially independent of the
University faculty, administration and 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, excepting
material covered by another copyright.
Second class oostaae paid at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Address: The Daily IMebraskan.j4 Nebraska umoniam n
StreetsLincoln, Nebr. 68508. Telephone: ll!v.v..
I 1 1 1 Foundations For
is open to all qualified freshmen
in the spring semester.
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LAST LINCOLN TRIP
CAROUSEL FOR FREAKS
TONIGHT 8 P.M. UNION CENTENNIAL ROOM
Tickets: $7 available at Union South Desk $2.50 at the door
Presented by Nebraska Union
Performing Fine Arts ht Caramel Productions
Although not all Oblales currently work among
the materially poor, the young man who wishes
to be a religious working among the poor
would find the Oblates a good community to
look Into. There is considerable f;sedom of
choice of apostolate, and the provincials are
inclined to back a young man with qualifica
tions for engaging in somo new type of ministry.
you have to build
from the ground up
The Oblates are to befriend and respect as
biothers the abandoned poor with their many
f.iccs the weak, the unemployed, the illilerato,
victims of alcohol and drugs, the sick, the
marginal masses in the less developed coun
tries, and immigrants and minority groups in all
countries who are excluded from the benefits
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i!HkfiiEtr of I.S.Ii., discount mH gmtd on delivery
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are now being accepted
staff writers photographers
copy editors sports editor
columnists sports writer
east campus writer
apply at 34 Nebraskan Union
Wednesday, deccmber 12, 1973
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