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Shferdon Art Gallery
12th & R.Sts.,
UB WEEK AT SHELDON-
from the novel by James Joyce ;
starring Barbara Jefford, Milo O'Shea,
& Maurice Roeves
Screenings on April 24 at 3, 7 & 9:30pm
THE PERSECUTION AND '
ASSASSINATION OF JEAN-PAUL
MARAT AS PERFORMED BY THE
INMATES OF THE ASYLUM OF
CHARENTON UNDER THE
DIRECTION OF THE
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based on a play by Peter Weiss
starring Patrick Magee, Glenda Jackson
& Ivan Richardson
Screenings on April 25 at 7 & 9 pm
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"It's not proper to allow alcohol at social
gatherings off campus, then prohibit it on
campus," he said. However, "there would be
management problems because of the students
who are not 19-years-old" if liquor were
Reddish, aye 50, is an attorney who has
served on the Alliance Board of Education. He
was graduated from NU in 1945.
Robert Simmons Jr. of Scottsbluff
suggested the current board "has been too free
in letting the University administration do as it
If elected, Simmons said he would attempt
to "give more policy making power to the
board and increase the public exposure of the
Simmons, currently Banner County
attorney, claimed "it is up to the Legislature"
to decide the alcohol question. It is not a
proper reaents' concern," he said.
"I would not recommend that the
Legislature treat the University differently than
any other state property," he continued.
"I'm not sure that the Daily Nebraskan or
student government should be supported by
student fees," he said.
Simmons received a law degree from the
University in 1939 and formerly served for six
years on the State Board of Education.
Don Steen of Morrill said that during his
campaign he plans to sit in on classes at UNL
and talk with students about their concerns.
"Every regent should do this," he said. "I
don't think students' opinions are being sought
by the board now."
Conversations with former Campus Security
policemen convinced Steen that liquor on
campus could cause problems. He said he
opposed permitting liquor on campus because
of "the cost of adding more men to the campus
police force to handle the added problems.
"Some fees are justified and others are not,"
he continued. "I don't think students should
have to support the Daily Nebraska, for
example, if they don't want to."
Steen currently is a feed company president
who was graduated from NU in 1941 .
Frank Kleager, a Scottsbluff insurance
talesman, said he "would attempt to find out
what students and the people in District Six
want by condacjing an open forumi i
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mere are regenis on me uoarfl now w no
have acted as .' individuals jnsteadi or 'as
representatives of their constituents," he said.
He said he opposes any attempt to legalize
I--.. o,rn.,c '"kWfmr has been? a oast.
member of the State 'Board of "Vocational
Community Technical Colleges.
-Regent Robert Rauh of Minden said he is
runnina for re-election to the Seventh District
seat because he has been a regent for nine years
about." , - -
When asked if he thought students oriented
jceimc inrinninn mu.'idiicu vijiiauuii .uuiibics
and consumption of liquor on campus, were
issues that should be decided f by campus
administration speaks for the taxpayers,
"My constituents are very concerned about
these kinds of things," he said. "I will continue
to vote down any attempt to allow liquor. It
does not contribute to an education situation." :
-North Platte attorney Harold Kay, who is;
running against incumbent Raun, suggested that
"something must be done to make dormitories
more attractive to students" because of the
declining occupancy rate.
He said liberalizing visitation policies and
selling alcohol in the Nebraska Union both
would "make dormitories easier to live in." Kay
, added that he was not in favor of allowing
liquor in dormitories and Greek houses.
Kay, on? of ?h founder A North Platte
Jun'or O! w1. saiu declining enrollment, which
W lojite.ius will drop even lower during the
next 10 years, "indicates to me that the regents
should undertake a long-range study of the
curriculum to make sure the right programs are
eliminated if need be."
He also said the current academic standard
must be upgraded. "NU is close to the bottom
of the Big 8 in education," he said.
Kay was graduated from NU with.a law-
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UNL student "Fred Grady. Raun's other
challenqer from the Seventh District, proposed ,
a visitation program that goes beyond -
recommendations enuorsea uy mal
administrators in the Differentiated Housing
Report. He suggested four different groups of
living units,, each with different rules on J
visitation and alcohol, could be established. '
I don t trunk trse hoard is doing its jod ot
mamtaimnn hinh tlanrtarrk nf pniiratinn at
NU," he said. Regents should grant larger pay ' ;
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Big 8 schools, he said. y-"'h HvW . ;
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