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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1975)
Fees to buy computer?
The $5 fee students must pay for droos and
adds-totaling some $70,000 annually-is stored
in a "general instructional budget " according to
Robert Lovitt, comptroller for business and
finance at UNL.
Although Lovitt said this budget is used for a
variety of activities, he added "the $5 probably
doesn't even cover the administrative costs."
This money soon may be channeled in
another direction if a report by the Council on
Student Life's (CSL) Registration Task Force is
acted on. That report recommended that the fees
be used to buy a remote terminal computer for
processing drops and adds.
Ted Pheiler, director of registration and
records for academic services and a member of
the task force committee, said he would support
such a plan "wholeheartedly."
He added that several problems would have to
be ironed-out first.
The computers used in the free drop and add
period prior to the beginning of the semester are
not available for the weeks of regular drop and
add. Pheifer said his department has no terminals
of its own; the borrowed computers must be
used for instructional purposes during the
Money is also required for personnel,
bookkeeping, etc. to run such a system, Pheifer
emphasized. His department now does not have
that money, he said.
He added, however, that if the money
collected from drops and adds was separated
from the general funds, it probably would be
enough to solve the monetary problems. '
Although a computer system would greatly
improve the process, Pheifer added that drops
and adds are only a small per cent of the system.
He said he hopes for a gradual development of
the entire student records systems. Up to this
time, Pheifer said, only small areas have been
patched up one at a time.
"We need to stop patching the inner-tube and
buy a new tire," he added.
Brand new small 13", 14", &
1 5" Goodyear discontinued tires in
reg. or mud & snow tred, $14 each
plus tax while they last. Terms
available. Goodyear Store, -1918
SKIS: brand new one pair
Northland, $60. One pair Kastle
CPM-TI W. Nevada G.P. bindings.
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner,
383 cu. in., 4-speed. Good
condition. Must sell: Steve Voigt,
1968 Plymouth Satellite: power
steering, air, automatic, $700. Call
100 watt speakers retail $160
e a . , sacrifice $80.
BOA and cage.
$110 Penncrest Concord 12
portable electric typewriter, 12 in.
carriage, pica type, removable
typeface. Call 432-6858 after 4
Lang-Dynamic skis 195 cm,
used one season, $90, 489-5017.
RecorderPlayer end tapes. Just
overhauled. $225. Also portable
1971 Chevrolet Vega: automatic
transmission, air conditioning, good
condition. Call 435-6411.
Craig AWIFM receiver, 8-track
playerrecorder, Craig turntable, 2
pr. speakers. $225 or best offer.
Also, Yamaha Fg-180 6-string
TIE AC 450 cassette deck, $400
cash. Call Kevin, 474-1280.
Scott Receiver with cassette, 2
Scott speakers, Garrard turntable,
$300 or best offer, 477-1 166.
paid. $135, 866 S.
evenings or mornings.
condominium, sleeps 8, 3 resorts
close, Dillon, Colorado,
303-751 -931 5.
2532 Vine; deluxe one bdrm.
apartment walking distance to
campus, carpeted, complete kitchen
featuring dishwasher & disposal,
drapes furnished, air cond.,
off-street parking, gas & water paid.
.furnished, for 5
uooerclastmen. walk to city
campus, shower, washer & dryer,
550 N. 26th: (close to NU &
downtown) One bdrm., fresh, quiet
neighborhood, carpet, drapes, air,
dishwasher, disposal, refrig., stove,
cable TV, laundry, off-street
Apartment to sublease: 17th &
Washington, 2 bdrm., very nice,
only $133. Call
Apartment: great place to
study, exceptionally well
decorated, unfurn., one bdrm,
carpeted, drapes, appliances,
remodeled bath, $110 including
util. Avail, immediately, 2640 S.
Furnished apt for rent. Clean,
large 3 bdrm., near 27th & "O". All
utilities paid. Call 432-3253.
US Army Reserve. . Part-time
work. Male or female. Ages
seventeen-thirty four. Earn $45-$65
to start for 16 hours per month.
Attend school and earn $344 per
month up to 6 mos. Call 464-6391.
Cocktail waitress, excellent
salary & tips potential, will train
but prefer experience. New lounge
open Feb. 17. Apply in person, The
Revolution Lounge, Holiday Inn
N.E., 5250 Cornhusker Hwy.
Cooks & dishwashers:
Experienced cooks start at $3 per
hour. Flexible hours. Apply to Joe,
Joey' Restaurant, 14th & "O".
Part-time work three evenings
and Saturdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call
464-8583 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. only.
Part-time station attendant
wanted. Crest Oil Co. 1545
ATTENTION: EAST CAMPUS;
DAILY NEBRASKAN needs an
east campus student with a car to
pick up papers at Nebr. Center &
deliver to 20 East Campus
distribution points. Need from
8:30-9:30 a.m. free. Pays approx.
$65mo. Call "Jerri at 472-2588
Household help, part-time,
$2.25hr., own car. Call 432-7471
WANTED: Model A and early
V-8 auto parts. Best prices paid for
cars and parts, can pick up,
Will pV $1 Per CODV ,or th
Aug. 21 end Oct. 11 issues of the
DAILY NEBRASKAN. Come to
the DAILY NEBRASKAN office,
(down stairs east from the South
Desk) or call 472-2586. ,
Femaie roommate to share
trailer at Gaslight Village $100mo.
all util. paid incl. phone, 474-1202.
Female roommate needed. Own
room, $60mo. plus util., pets,
Gaslight Village, 477-1 811.
ROOMMATE to share 2 bdrm.
trailer. 220 Butler Ave. Must like
animals. Call 432-8615.
Male roommate to share house
with three graduates, 3069 "S".
Call 432-7221 after 6 p.m.
WANTED: own room in small
house. Call Sue 489-7247 after 5
Female roommats to share
trailer at Gaslight Village, $100mo.
all util paid incl. phone, 474-1202.
WATCH REPAIR: any
make-bands. DICK'S WATCH
SERVICE. Yellow door east side of
Campus Book, 13th 8t "R",
EXPERT TYPING. .60page.
Elaine Bullard. 3034 Walnut Ct.,
Leave your laundry at Sunshine
Center, 1344 N. 27th. We will
wash, dry & fold your clothes for
a small service chg. Call usl
Resume, I.D., passport photos.
Quality, fast service, low prices.
Stan Strange, 489-0944.
Want a challenge? Try a new
scene! Go Abroad-work, study, or
travel. Overseas Opportunities
OVERSEAS JOBS - Australia,
Europe, S. America, Africa.
Students all professions and
occupations $700 to $3000
monthly. Expenses paid, overtime,
sightseeing. Free information.
TRANSWORLD RESEARCH CO.
Dept. G2, P.O. Box 603, Corte
Madera, Calif. 94925.
COMMUTING FROM OMAHA
Mon-Wed-Fri, need riders or will
pool. Call Jay 341-5940.
Pregnant? Birthright offers
understanding and confidential
Marketing Rep. needed.
Average $I00 a week
for 20 25 hours work.
Phone 474-1569 for interview
I HELP WANTED
I Part-time office help needed.
Work in our oiuce answering die piione 5
Work 3-fcp.m. or 6-9pm daUy g
2hour to start f
Phone 474-1568 for interview ' 1
1 ith & Cornhusker Belmont Plaza
Coin operated washers and
dryers to handle any size load
'the cleanest place in town'
OPEN 7 DAYS , 8 AM 10 PM
Leave your laundry-Wash, Dry, Fold service.
at der Loaf
ievery Tuesday and Wednesday?
..mT your friends for 2-fers from
JOIN 4:30 to 5:30.
I ICL1NR1YT t0 Home Cook in' brand of
LtflO 1 ErlM blues from 5 to 7.
fXiAFTVT with Sid (T&n) Jack
GET 1J0WN (guitar) and Bill (drums).
Every Tuesday is
For all Guys
The fun place to go ... at 14lh & "0"
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