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By Pat Moynshan
While politicians across the country are fighting for
political survival, the University of Nebraska Young
Republicans (YR) is attempting to stage a comeback. New
officers were elected March 21 as part of this revival of the
Conflicts among last year's YR chapter leaders had
resulted in a hearing before the YR State Executive
Committee in February, and a decision that the UNL
chapter's elections -vouW be - supervised by four
representatives from the committee. Former YR Treasurer
Richard Veed had charged that the UNL chapter was guilty
of misconduct and had "fallen apart,''
Newly elected YR President Michael Moore said he was
confident such a conflict would not recur.
"There may be tensions below the surface," he said,
"but I'm not aware of any."
, Moore, a junior in agricultural economics, said the main
goal of the new officers is to overcome the apathy prevalent
on campus today. ' . .
While everyone is well aware of national politics, they
are ignorant of local and regional news, he said. Attention
must be drawn to the Legislature which affects the
students' news more than most realize.
To- increase political awareness of local and state
candidates, the YR plans to bring speakers to campus,
Moore said. .
"Since this is an election year, it shouldn't be too hard
to find someone willing to speak," he said.
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- Editor-in-Chief: Mary Voboril. Copy Desk Chief: Randy Beam.
Nam Editor: Jane Owens, Associate News Editor: Vince Boucher.
Layout and Sports Editor: Dennis Onnen. Entertainment Editor:
Diane .Wanek. Night News Editor: Cheryl Westcott. Chief
Photographer: Gail Folda. Nam Assistant: Lori Clepper.
Reporters: Wss Albert, Bill Boyd, Lori Demo, Jim Fullerton,
Ellyn hots, Mark Hoffman, Jane Hoge, Tom Jensen, Michael (O.J.)
Nelson,' Susanna Senator, Mary Shackelton, Lynn Sihasek, Greg
; Entertainment Writers: Greg Lukow, Bruce Nelson, Meg Greene,
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Sports staff: Bob Hill, Steve Taylor, Larry Stunkel.
Columnists: Mary Cannon, Keith Landgien, John O'Shea, Karen
Richardson, Ron Sindelar.
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Copy Desk: Rebecca Brlte, Dave Madsen, K. Steinbruegge, Nancy
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On Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday through the autumn
and spring semesters, except on holidays and during vacation.
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