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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1974)
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VALUE IS MORE
it's not wnat you pay for a suit
these days that counts.. .it's
what you get for your money.
It's style, fabric and tailoring
that makes the difference. It
makes the difference. It
figures that Jason's would
stock-this handsome three
piece wool blend suit for you at
a price less than you would
expect. ..and that's important
when we're all watching our
dollars, ,-. , ;;,.'
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Tunne! sections should bo rebuilt
every 25 years to be safe for mainten
ance workers, Nycum said. But costs of
any further work progibits reconstruc
tion of the tunnel, according to nycum.
He estimated reconstruction costs for
any further work prohibits reconstruc
tion of the tunnel, according to Nycum.
alone. Installation of pipes would double
the figure, he said.
The physical plant officials did receive
$150,000 in the 1974-75 budget ear
marked for tunnel renovation, Nycum
said. The money will be used for
rebuilding the S Street tunnel, Nycum
said. Other tunnel sections have been
rebuilt in the past 3-5 years as money
became available, '-;.'Said.
The tunnels have been a "perennial
item" on the physical plant budget,
Nycum said. But whether a project gets
funded, seems to depend upon how
visible its needs are to the public, he
"When you ask 'what are we going to
have, new tunnels or a new Life
Sciences Building,' for example, what
do you think people are going to
(Jallery Mull Gateway
You maThave seen GONE WITH THE WIND.
You may have seen HtbrtH MAuivcaa.
You may have seen THE EXORCIST.
But you have never seen a movie like
STREET or , '
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) PLUS - Laurel & Hardy in "Big Business"
Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the YWCA, 1432 N ST
"B.B."at7&8:30 "Street" at 7:30 & 9
A presentation of
The Lincoln Silent Film Society
$1 donation requested
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The Canon F-1 can help you
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So if you're spending too much
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Students are invited to
attend the first meeting of
the Consumer Aid Group
to be held at 5:15 p.m.
today in Nebraska Union
336. Any student who is
interested in the group
but cannot attend may call
Gail Eisenstatt, 432-4832.
Auralea Nelsen, a
teacher at Lincoln's South
east Nebraska Technical
Community College will
conduct an Antique Col
lectors Workshop in
Grand Island Sept. 30,
Oct. 4, and Oct. 7. The
course will be an in-depth
study of glassware inclu
ding blown glass, art
glass and pressed glass.
Information on the work
shop is available from the
University Extension Divi
sion, Nebraska Hall 511.
National Direct Student
Loan checks are available
from 9-11:30 a.m. and
1:30-3:30 p.m. in Ad
Students interested in
should register at the
before the following dead
lines: badminton, Oct. 2;
table tennis, Oct. 9; and
tug-of-war, Oct. 10. Addi
tional information may be
UUIUIIIUU ut ill
A study group research
ing the UNL policy on
education for physically
disabled persons will be
conducting a poll Tuesday.
Results of the poll should
indicate students'., views
on the problems faced by
the handicapped person
The film Anais NSn
Observed, will be screened
at Sheldon Art Gallery
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday at 3, 7 and 9
p.m. In the film, Nin
speaks of her experience
as a writer, her ideas on
dreams and an LSD ad
venture. - A second feature nar
rated by Ell Waliach will
portray Russian writer
ft (Gviimz1' i
monday, September 23, 1974
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