The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, August 07, 1974, Page page 10, Image 10

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open final show
Theatre Inc. of Lincoln will
open its fourth and final
Mellerdrammer of the season at
The Gas Light Theatre, 322
South 9th Street in Lincoln on
Wednesday, August 7 at 9:00
p.m. and run on Wednesday
through Saturday nights until
August 31.
"No Sooner Won Than Wed"
is a musical melodrama about
Melody Lovesong who has
unknowingly inherited a for
tune from her late father. Her
evil aunt, Lucretia Moneygrabb,
knows of the fortune and has
come to stay with Melody, not
only to gain control of it but to
marry off her stupid daughter,
Ganglia. Lucretia blackmails
Melody's neighbor, Baron
Wilhelm von Snipe, into helping
her, not knowing that he plans
to marry Melody and get the
fortune for himself.
Meanwhile, the sheriff, who
loves Melody's governess,
introduces his nephew,
Lambert Lamplight, to Melody,
and the two fall in. love. But
once Lucretia and the Baron
start plotting, everything
seems hopeless. Only after they
foil each other's plans and
Lambert and the sheriff arrive
to set things right, does love
triumph and evil get its justf
The cast includes Sarah
Emanuel, Clair Rickel, Jo
Rogge, Beverly Miller, Julie
Beall, John Burkhart and
Richard M'arlatt. Lee Schoon
over is directing the play,
Linda Laeslie is the pianist and
Gail Oliver is the Assistant to
the Director.
We've moved!
If you're moving or plan to
when school starts, be sure
to see Interiors Diversified.
Our rental furniture will
make your upparlment or
house feel like home and
iook great.
Now at 1230 South Street
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Van Darn - Op' " Sundiys & Holiday
Floral Arrangements For Cu-ry Oidsion
Cut Flowers Potted Plants Weddings
Student Discounts
Ron Sindelar is passing out ASUN discount booklets to students passing on campus.
tudent housing investigated
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It has been estimated that
Lincoln needs 900 more urn! s of
housing, said ASUN vi:e
president Dave Howlett. This
estimate, taken by the Lincoln
Housing Authority, is small in
comparison to another recent
study, he said. This study
estimated that Lincoln needs
2,000 more housing units.
The problem of housing is a
problem for both the city and
the campus, he said. Conse
quently the university and
Lincoln should work on their
joint problems together, he
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concerning advertising pybHshed by
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discount en a pair of shoes fcr your opinion.
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One of the main areas of
interest he said, is in married
student housing. The Uni
versity ranks eighth in the Big
Eight on the number of married
student facilities available.
The University of Nebraska
Lincoln has only 57 married
units on East Campus, he said,
"and the last time I knew there
was an 18-month waiting list
for these."
The next lowest Big Eight
school in married housing, he
said, is Kansas University,
with 300 housing units. The
largest number is found at Iowa
State, which has about 1,300
such units.
Howlett noted that although
he recognizes that some
married stuents are in a
financial bind, "there is a
problem with them using
housing units needed by low
income residents."
The low -income people of
Lincoln need the housing even
more than do students, he said,
because the students' situation
is only a temporary one.
Li order to find a solution for
the housing problem, a com
mittee has been formed to
investigate alternatives. Mem
bers of the committee are:
Kathy Smith, Lynn Silhasek,
Vickie Horton, Genie Gupta
and Jody Schwindt.
Engineers donate scholarship
The Professional Engineers
of Nebraska, Western Chapter,
Grant of $100 has been awarded
to a student majoring in
electrical engineering in the
College of Engineering and
Technology at the University of
The recipient is Edward L.
Furman, 21, son .of Mr. and
Mrs. Charts" Furman of
Ag freshman awarded $100
A Naper youth, Steven W.
Ahlers, 18, has received the
Lloyd W. Hurlbut Freshman
Award of $100.
Ahlers, son of Mr. and Mr?.
Wayne N. Ahlers, will be
studying agricultural engineer
ing in the College of Engi
neering and Technology at the
University of Nebraska.
Engineers award grant
The Professional Engineers
of Nebraska, Western Chapter,
has presented a (scholarship to a
student majoring in industrial
engineering in the College of
Engineering arid Technology at
the University of Nebraska.
The recipient is Mark Nixon,
20, on of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Nixcn of Topeka, Kansas (1830
W. 30th St.).
fscholarship granted
A student from Wisner, who
k majoring in agricultural
engineering in the College of
Engineering and Technology at
the University of Nebraska,
has received the Lloyd W.
Hurlbut Upper
Award of $150,
The recipient is Dirk A.
Petersen, 20, son of Mr, and
Mrs. Lelloy Petersen.
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