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Relaxation . g0 mn m J
from David Ware's
strike up the band:
Marie's Oasis is one of a vanishing breed
of drinking establishments that once con
stituted the majority of booze. outlets jn any
city the workingman's corner bar.
The primary attraction of Marie's Oasis, as
with any bar of the genre, is the properly
relaxing atmosphere. A draw consumed in
Marie's has roughly the same effect as
attending a Merle Haggard Concert, or
driving on country back roads accompanied
by a six-pack in a '55 Chevy saloon.
?; At Marie's, there is no need to put up a
false front, since no expectations are placed
upon you, save that of honesty. You can
loosen your belt, spread your legs, guzzle
your beer and. speak your piece it's that
kind of place.
i Plus we have the best chili in town.;
i-w i iQii"Mnw?iH3vs. home economics means
more than domestic science alone, it means the putting
into practice the theories learned, for now they have a
"practice cottage." This cottage was formerly the
superintendent's cottage, but now it has become a
place where a few girls at a time may keep house in an
ideal fashion. Of course, boys are glad to know this.
They know they will have better cooking and cozier
homes in which to spend their days."
"Convocation yesterday was as usual a decided
success. After the opening song of America, Dr. Maxey
spoke on the "Effects of the European War on the
United States." He said that in the last one hundred
years the commerce of the United States with the rest of
the world has increased about 2,000 per cent,
consequently the war can not help but effect the United
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Editor-in-Chief: Jane Owens. News Editor: Wes Albers.
Managing Editor: Dave Madsen. Associate News Editor:
Rebecca Brite. Layout: Mary Beth Grange. Sports Editor:
Steve Taylor. Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow. Night News
Editor: Jane Hoge. Chief Photographer: Gail Folda. News
Assistant: Lisa Brown. Editorial Assistant: Ann Owens.
Second class postage paid at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Address; The Daily Nebraskan, Nebraska Union 34, 14th and
R Sts., Lincoln, Nebr. 68508. Telephone 402-472-2588.
The Daily Nebraskan is published by the Publications
Committee on Monday, Wednesday,' Thursday and Friday
through the autumn and spring semesters, except on holidays
and during vacation.
Copyright 1974, the Daily Nebraskan. Material may be
reprinted without permission if attributed to the Daily
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Open Daily From
Twelve Marine Officer
Candidates will conduct a
62-miie relay run from
Lincoln to Omaha on Oct.
19 to commemorate the
19th anniversary of the
Marine Corps (Nov. 10),
Capt. David P. Evans,
Marine Office Instructor
of the Naval Reserve
Officer Training Corps
(NROTC), said Thursday.
Evans, who will partici
pate in and supervise the
run, said it will begin at 6
a.m. at the Military and
Navel Science Bldg. on
the UNL campus and will
end at about 5 p.m. at the
Union Pacific Building in
The relay will be con
ducted in five-mile seg
ments, with all the partici
pants running the first
and last mile together.
Marine Officer Candi
dates from two officer
NROTC, Marine Option
and the Platoon Leader
Candidate (PLC) program
will run. Evans said the
relay will give candidates
from the two programs a
chance to share their
experiences, as well as
serve as a conditioning
exercise for them.
Tim Evensen, one of the
runners, said motivation
is the key word for stu
dents in the Marine Can
didate program and espe
cially for those participat
ing in the run. -
Representing the Ma
rine Candidate Program,
Evans said he challenges
the Air Force or Army
ROTC programs to a relay
run "of any distance on
Participating in the run
are Evensen, Evans, Peter
Keenan, Keith Wother
spoon, Brian King, James
Bailey, Robert Gose, Gun
ther Feiste, James Rado
sevich, Frank Esposito,
Rex Nolan and Michael
The final showings of
"The UFO's" will be at
Mueller Planetarium Sa
turday at 2:45 p.m. and
Sunday at 2:30 and 3:45
The Lincoln Computing
Facility will' offer a one
week mini-course begin
ning Monday. Entitled
"interactive Graphics I",
the course will meet from
3:30 to 5 p.m. every day
next week in Nebraska
Hall 185. Contact Joso
Inguanzo or Jeff Rchm,
472-3701, for further in
Tickets are now on sale
for the Melodrama to
benefit the All University
Fund (AUF), which will bo
presented Oct. 24, 25, and
26. Tickets are available at
Acacia, Kappa Kappa
Gamma or in the Union
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