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Law students win competition
By Lori Clepper
"All I want out of life Is to bs able to
buy someone lunch and not have to look
at the1 check," said Kelley Br
chairman of the UNL Publications Board
and senior law student.
Baker has, for the last two years, won
the UNL Moot Court Competition for
writing the best law briefs. Out of 70
teams of junior UNL law students
competing last year, eight were chosen
to compete as seniors. Baker and his
partner David Buntain won that contest.
"The thing is," Baker said, "no one
else wants to go to all that trouble and
work. So, we won."
Baker contends that he drives Buntain
crazy because he writes his prize
winning law briefs the night before the
"Kelley and I have different ideas on
work," Buntain said. "But he's got a
hell of a lot of talent, and I respect that
"When Buntain and I entered (the
UNL Moot Court Competition) in our
junior year, we figured we'd have no
chance," Baker said. "We didn't hear
anything for months, so it Decame a
running joke to ask when we were going
to get our award. Finally, we asked one
professor who didn't know it was a joke,
and he gave us our awards. "
Baker will be graduated in May but he
said he has no plans for when he gets
out: "I kind of like the idea of being a
trial lawyer and appealing to a jury with
one of those 'this poor woman...'
stories, but I don't really know. Besides,
why should I get a iob? What do I need
money for? I figured as long as I'm
warm and well-fed. I'm okay. Of course
I would like a nrw color TV and a tape
deck. ..Maybe I should get a job."
Baker is a law clerk at the Nebraska
State School Boards Assoc., where he
works at least 20 hours a week.
"It looks like I do a lot," he said.
"But I see myself rather like a
rutabaga I'm vegetating."
The spare time that Baker does have,
he wastes, he said.
"I do go to the YMCA every now and
then. You see, doctors take Wednesdays
and play golf. Law students go play
racquet ball and handball."
As an undergraduate, Baker was a
member of the ASUN Senate, the
Cornhusker (UNL's former yearbook)
and the Arts and Sciences Advisory
Board. Last year, he served on the Fee
Allocations Board, which detemines
how student fees are spent.
"I don't do that much of interest I
sleep, I eat, occasionally I go to classes.
I sell programs at tho games and was in
the Army. I guess I'm just a veteran
waiting for benefits to go up."
Baker and Buntain will' compete in the
regional moot court competition in
November in Omaha. If they win, the
team will go on to the national
competition in New York City, held in
If that happens, "I might just have to
start'working a little," Baker said.
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Machine in good working condi
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Dick mimeo machine, all parts .
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early! Call after 5:30 475-2076 or
Gibson amp., 2 column speak
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Palmyra. . .'
Harmon Cardon 75 plus quad
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63 Fender Stratocasler, new
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Tannoy speakers, new life
time guarantee, $300-$600 a
Ludwig double trap drums,
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1963 Ford Fairlane, depend- '
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192 Honda CL 350, new
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One pr. head 660 skis 205 CM
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Fall & Winter
Parlor Room C
Oct. 11 & 12
Fri. 10a.m. 10 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: 6
MEN TO WORK TO REPLACE
6 MEN WHO WOULDN'T.
PART TIME HELP WEEK
ENDS Neat appearing person
for grill area, weekends. Apply
In -person. McDONALDS RES
! T AURA NT 865 N. 27th.
Immediate openings .part-,
'time and full time restaurant
help needed. Contact Mark
VanHorn 489-6108, 47Q1 "O"
St. or Al Johnson 1840 "O" St.,
432-4783 between 9:30 and 11
a.m. or 2 to 4:30 p.m. King's
Need at once, male singer
wifh.good range for popular rock
and roll band. Call 466-5176.
, Part-time hostess and wait-
ress wanted. Excellent salary
and tips. Alice's New Res
taurant 21 1 N . 70th , 467-2800.
Good opportunity for student
to work 4 up to 8 hrs. between
3:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. doing
maintenance in well-kept office
bldg. Apply in person to Per
sonnel Dept. Woodmen Acci
dent & Life Co, 1526 "K".
"Wanted: young man to clean
meat dept. daily, early eveing
and Sat. Good pay. Apply in
person Shuster Jark & Jill 140
Capital Beach Bvd. 3-5 p.m.
Babysitter wanted for 10 mos.
child, my home 4-5 afternoons
EARN UP. TO $1200 a school
year hanging posters on campus
in spare time. Send name,
address, phone and school to:
Coordinator of Campus Repre
sentatives, P.O. Box 1384, Ann
Arbor. Mich. 48106.
Guitarist needed immediately
for established, working rock
band. Musi siny. Sieve 4CC-9577.
Term papers!! Canada's lar
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Whv don t vou slop in and let
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1200Q 48th &Y
WANTED: Tape recording of
Dick Gregory speech at Union.
On cassette or will tape from
other. Will pay well. 475-2914
after 5p.m. ,
Dynamite puppies free to
good homes. Browsers welcome.
Planning Winterim Study?
See OOC for Student ID cards,
info on passports, & ways to
save money o'r spend it! Over
seas Opportunities Center, 200
Want to buy or record ANY
Michael Johnson albums. Pay
0f? Pri(:T,s ?.75-;5896,
HELP! TTeeTsomeone knowl
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Award winning Custom Vans
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T.V.. no 2 alike. See at
1901 West "O" 475-8821
Roommate needed in an
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. pert, 477-8354, $70. A person,
preferably female, who does
some studying, but also who
likes to party!? That number
again was: 477-8354,
Need" 2 female roommates for
2 bdrm. apartment 466-2203.
Need female roommate, own
room, $46mo. 432-3918.
KNO"t2l RAIDERS: we'll do
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To discuss rendezvous for ex
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call 44-1 229 at MIDNIGHT
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Cornhusker Co-ed Co-op has
male and female vacancies
475-6796, ask for officer.; .. . ..
Immediate opening for part-:. ;
time custodian. Flexible hours ;.
and good starting salary. Must
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in person at Plaza Theatres, 12
& "P". M-F10p.rn. to5p.m.
Quality watch and jewelry
..repairing Prompt service. Au
thorized dealer for Bulova,'
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4Q41 for fat reward
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LOST: gold name bracelet
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