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John Duve, UNL parking coordinator, spoke to the AS UN
Senate Wednesday night, about the financial problems of running
the intercampus bus service.
He said UNL campus security has run the service since about
1971, and losses have been recorded each year. Estimated
expenditures for the service are $95,000 for the current school
year, he said.
Parking lot development and other campus security services are
hurt because of the increased cost, he said. He suggested that the
OOKV UNL Dept. of Academic Services take over the service.
Owl V I WW Money received from sales of parking permits helps pay for the
service, but he suggested that state funds, student fees, charges to
bus users or reimbursement from the departments whose students
use the buses be used for the funding in the future.
He said the financial problems are responsible for other
problems such as overcrowding. Action is being taken to alleviate
overcrowding at peak periods, he said.
ASUN President Ron Clingenpeel said in his report of
Saturday's N.U. Board of Regents meeting that the approved $95
hike in room and board rates for next year definitely was better for
students than the proposed $140 increase, but that he still objected
to the lack of student input in the matter.
He said if dormitory occupancy continues to decrease next year,
he expects another rate increase the following year.
In other business, Jim Say, Student Rights Committee
chairman, said the Legislative Liaison Committee is planning to
have a bill introduced in the Legislature which would make
consumption of 3.2 beer by 18-year-olds legal. If passed, it could
prompt the regents to allow alcohol on campus, he said.
In her report, Sharon Johnson, ASUN first vice president, said
the ASUN Book Exchange in the Nebraska Union sold $4,152.51
worth of books this semester, compared to about $1,400 last
Animal science chairman chosen
Irvin T. Omtvedt will be the chairman of the
UNL Animal Science Dept. He will assume the
position Feb. 15.
chairman since November 1974.
The previous chairman of the department,
Frank Baker, was appointed Dean of the Division
of Agriculture at Oklahoma State University.
Baker had been chairman of the Animal Science
Dept. from 1966 until he assumed the Oklahoma
State position in November.
Omtvedt came to Nebraska from Alabama,
where he served as Associate Director of the
Agricultural Experiment Station and Assistant
Dean of Agriculture at Auburn University.
From 1964 to 1973, he was a member of the
Oklahoma State University staff as associate
professor "and professor of animal science. He
also served two years as an extension livestock
specialist at the University of Minnesota.
Raised on a farm near Bloomer, Wis., Omtvedt
received his B.S. degree in animal science from
the University of Wisconsin. He also holds an
M.S. in animal science and a Ph.D. in animal
breeding, both earned at Oklahoma State
Omtvedt was selected from among 33
candidates who applied and a total of 70
nominations for the position.
As chairman, he will be paid $33,000 for a
SO YEARS AGO
Thursday, January 21, 1915-The Freshman Hop wiil be given
at the Lincoln Hotel on Saturday evening, January 30. This is next
to the last class dance of the semester; the Junior Hop being given
on the following Saturday night.
Bishop William E. Quayle, the author of "In God's Out of
Doors," and one of the most popular lectures on the platform
today, will give a sermon of special interest to students in St. Paul's
Methodist church next Sunday evening.
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TUESDA Y 8:00 P.M. PERSHING
Your prof just
assigned the $24.95
textbook he wrote.
You owe yourself an Oly.
Budget forms to request student fees
2 from Fees Allocation Board are available
in Rm. 200 Nebraska Union.
Forms are due Feb. 1 7th
S Workshop to explain forms will be
held Feb. 9th, 7:00 p.m. in Union.
Room will be posted.
thursday, January 23, 1975
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