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ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ELIGIBLE
GRAD & UNDERGRAD
WHEN: Thursday, January 24th-6:00 P.M.
WHERE: Nebraska Union Games Area
WHY: For fun. And to establish a school
champion to represent UNL at ACUI
Regional Tournament, February 8th &
9th at Columbia, Missouri.
ALL EXPENSES PAID
COST: $1 Entry fee.
SIGN UP AT GAMES DESK ANYTIME
There will be a Scratch League, no handicap,
forming this Saturday, Jan. 26th, 12:00 noon, at
the Nebraska Union Bowling Lanes.
Three man teams will bowl three games at a cost
of $2.00 per person. All University students,
faculty and staff are welcome.
This Saturday will begin the league bowling, so
have all team members present.
League rules will be established this Saturday.
Contact Pat Sccnlon at 472-2181 if you need
HELP SEND THE BAND
Cliffs Notes will donate "2& "cents' to the
UNL band's European trip fund on every
Cliffs Note, Keynote Review, Course Out
line or Professional Educators Publication
purchased at any Lincoln campus book
store from December 1, 1973, through
May 1, 1974
Help the band and yourself
at the same time.
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Because of bad weather and initial
"optimism on the part of everybody,"'
completion of the addition to Love Library will
be delayed three months, according to Adam C
Breckenridge, acting director of UNL libraries.
The addition should be completed by early
1975, Breckenridge said. A further loss in time
depends on two factors-the weather and
shortage of materials, he added.
He said the cost of the addition won't
exceed the $3.78 million budget.
"We're alloted a certain amount of money,
and contractors agree to build for a certain
amount of money," Breckenridge said.
He added that if there is an increase in the
cost of materials, then it's the contractor's
When the addition is completed, 500,000
books will be moved into it from the East
now early '75
Campus, the law and underqraduate libraries.
"We will still operate the other libraries,"
Breckenridge said. "Love Library will be the
main library and will contain material mainly
related to social sciences, humanities and the
He said he still doesn't know if there will be
enough money to move the books into the
addition, but they will be moved "one way or
"The books won't have to be moved as soon
as the addition is completed," Breckenridge
said. "We'll move just a few books at a time if
we have to."
Breckenridge said the University also is
requesting another $800,000 to renovate the
original part of Love Library. The money will
be used for better lighting, new floor covering
and a better heat control system.
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Weather sets Love Library construction back another three months.
The Nebraska Free University (NFU) is back this
semester, offering courses ranging from conversational
Spanish to how to say "I love you among the post and
pans," according to its chairman, Dave Howlett.
Other course offerings include astrology, tarot and the
occiHt, basic bartending and cocktail hostessing,
libertarianism, camping and hiking, and ham radio.
Created in 1966, NFU tries to fill in the educational gaps
left by the UNL course curriculum, Howlett said.
Howlett said he expects about 700 people to register for
NFUthis semester. The cost is $1 and permits students to
take as many courses as he wishes.
Howlett said he is looking for people to teach courses
and to submit course ideas. He said this semester's courses,
workshops and seminars are grouped into 10 categories:
academics, alternate lifestyles, arts and crafts, community
activities, human potential series, literature, music, political
action, economy and coping with modern life.
NFU is advertising off campus to recruit non-university
Ads for NFU will be placed in Lincoln and Omaha
newspapers, and on radio and television. Lincoln high
bchoolr, Union College and Nebraska Wcsleyan University
also will roceive information about NFU.
NFU officials plan to contact college advisory ho.nds to
find out if students can get college credit for taking NFU
courses, Howlett said.
Registration will be in dormitories, in trie Nebraska
Union and downtown from Feb. 11-15.
Persons with course ideas or those interested ir, leaching
courses should contact either the NFU office (47?-2534)
Union 338, Howlett (475-1051), or co-chaiipersoii Missy
Critch field (435-2961).
1. ARMY ROTC IS TOO
2. BEING IN ROTC IS
LIKE BEING IN THE
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TAKES 3 HOURS A WEEK.
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(more to come, or call 472-2468
Wednesday, january 23, 1974
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