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The film destined
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in A Sydney Pollack Film
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A Joe W-zm- Santord Production
Co-Starring WILL GEF R
ALLYN ANN Mar. Tilt : T.f-AN GIFRA3CH CMARIXS TYNER And
fntrcxlucing O'tlt. R )t JJ-M.isic fcy John Rubinstein and Tim Mctatira
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Villainous Burks Hinds sneers an aside at the audience in "The,
Diligent Daughter," presented tonight and Saturday at 7 and 10 p.m. at
the Gaslight, 322 So. 9th St.
Pv,ceeds from the melodrama, staged by Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority and Acacia fraternity, will be donated to the All University
AUF voting turn out low
Funds to help three charities
By Wary Kay Roth
After-7,000 balSots were printed for
the All University Fund (AUF) vote to
determine which charities would receive
the money raised in their annual fund
drive, 400 students voted, AUF
secretary Nancy Stohs said Thursday.
The ballots were printed at a cost of
$100, Stohs said.
Blaine Camp, vice president in charge
of AUF publicity, said the low voting
turnout was a result of a "communi
cations break-down." He said AUF
committees in charge of distributing the
ballots were not in contact with
representatives from Greek houses and
Mailboxes were stuffed with ballots,
he said, but the representatives from
the houses and residence halls seldom
picked them up.
As a result, Camp said the 400 votes,
basically from the residence halls,
determined the three charities which the
funds will be given this yearEaster
Seals, the American Kidney Fund and
the Beatrice State Home.
He said no organized drive was set up
for the off campus vote, and "the only
way an off campus student could vote
would be if they happened to see a
ballot lying around in the (Nebraska)
Most of the fund raising centers
around the Greek houses, Camp said,
partly because trophies and plaques are
given to houses'that are able to raise the
The houses have a dance marathon
and benefit concert planned later in
November. The melodrama and pledge
class volleyball tournament now in
progress have been carried over from
last year, he said.
"Plantasia" has been the largest
money-raiser to date, Camp said. Plants
are being sold to fit the ASUN theme
this year, "Plant a Little Love. Grow a
The residence halls have planned a
fast for next Wednesday in which each
student can skip a meal and contribute
the 50 cents saved to AUF.
Camp said goals this year have been
set at $9,000, the same as last year. The
total is divided between the three
charities and an emergency fund.
Money from last year's emergency fund
was given to Honduras for relief after
their recent hurricane.
Last year AUF raised $11,000 from
their fund drive.
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