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A resolution to inform students about al Novembtr
election candidates for positions ranging from weea
Control Commission to U.S. Congress was bledat tne
ASUN Senate meeting Wednesday night Pending a
ecSic outline of the cost of .projects the ..resow
; Submitted by Senator John Vihstadt me resultion
would allow use of ASUN budget funds to .set up a
bulletin board In the Nebraska Union contain ng
information on candidates, on absentee .ballot voting
and on amendments to be included in the November
baUot" to distribute posters in UNL residence halls
sororities, fraternities and classroom buildings tnat
iould contain the same information found on the
bulletin board; to establish a candidate file .In ASUN
.i nAnrtinn fnmmaninn DH canOSuaiea,
and to assemble a campaign information booklet ror ,
limited distribution among student living units.
. In Its original form, the amendment did not provide
for any specific amount of money to cover the costs ot
the projects. An amendment, introduced by Senator
JanaHiils, limiting the overall spending for the projects
to $150 was accepted. '
The ad hoc 1974 elections committee, which
sponsored the bill, will bring dollar amounts for the
: projects before the Senate next week and, then for a .vote . ,
on the amounts the following week. ;
. To inform students on ASUN, the Senate passed a
resolution submitted by Senator Jim Wef so, which
appoints the ASUN PRESS SECRETARY TO ARJ
RANGE SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS FOR SENAfl
TORS AT ONHCAMPUS LIVING UNITS.
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arrannf tne enaaaen e us di me ucy my
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In a report on the Easi Campus Bookstore, reopened
the first 10 days of school to provide East Campus
students with books, Senator Hills proposed to the
ASUN Bookstore committee that its members study the
possibility of keeping the bookstore open until
The bookstore is located in a building scheduled to be
razed then. The number of sales and the convenience
for East Campus students in buying books on their own
campus indicate the bookstore sho.uld operate until a
new store is opened In the to-be-cq;nstructed new East
Campus union, according to Hills. '
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8:30 a.m. Admissions,
S a.m. Volunteer Bureau
, , 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Builders,
12 p.m. Country Women's
' 3:30 p.m. - ASUN Legisla
4 p.m. Alpha , Lambda
Delta, Regents Tea-Union
5:30 p.m. Phi Mu Alpha
5:30 P.m. Council of
' American Indian Students
Union , 6 p.m. Builders, Execu
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7 p.m. Young Republicans
Union 7 p.m. Hockey Club-Union
7 p.m. Red Cross-Union
7:30 p.m. Math Counselors-Union
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Council on Student
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Cditor-fn-Chief: Jane Owens, News Editor; Wes Albers
Managing Editor: Dave Madsen. Associate News Editor: Rebecca-
Drite. Layout: Mary Beth Grange. Sports Editor: Steve Taylor.
Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow. Night News Editor: Jane Hoge.
Chief Photagrapher: Gail Folda, News Assistant: Lisa Brown
Editorial Assistant: Ann Owens.
Reporters: Harry Baumert, Chuck Beck, Deb Bettenhausen, Lori
Clepper, Connie Sue Gaskiii, Randy Gordon, Deb Gray, Ivy Harper.
rark Hoffman, John Kalkowski, Rusty Reno, Rex Seline, Lynn
;ila;c-k, Mary Shackeiton, rattnew irueii, ureg Wees.
.Entertainment Writers: Dennis Ellermeier, Chuck Strinz, David
"tl'oin f.taff: Bob Cullman, Becky Morgan, Dennis Onnen, Larry
Columnists; Mark B, Rasmussen, Karen Richardson. Tim
0i.-id.jiar, Nancy Stohs, Amy Struthers.
Artiit: Ron Wheeler.
Photodraoher: Steve Boerner.
Cop Ueb BeenT.ousen, Christie Cater, Shirley Jariwen,
Anri fwberVy; Mafy.Schackelton", Bort Hugiess.
Business Manager: Jerri Mausster. Advertising Manager: Ken
'.irk. Production Manager: Kitty Poticky.
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Address: The Dely Nebrsskan, Nebraska Union 34, 14fh and R
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Copyright .1974, the Daily Nebraskan. Material may be reprinted
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