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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1975)
.... Editor-in-chief: Wes Albers. News Editor: Dave Madsen.
Managing Editor: Rebecca Brite. Associate News Editor: Randy
Gordon. Layout: Dennis Onnen. Sports Editor: Larry Stunket.
Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow. Night News Editor: Bill
Garthright. Special Editor: Greg Wees. Chief Photographer: Ted
Kirk. News Assistant: Betsie Ammons.
Reporters: Chuck Beck, Lisa Brown, Paula Damke, Lori Demo,
Deb Gray, Ivy Harper, Gina Hills, Tom Hinrichs, John Kalkowski,
Don McCabe, Katie Pruckler, Susie Reitz, Lynn Roberts, Mary Kay
Roth, Rex Seline, Amy Struthers, Randy Wright, Jim Zalewski.
Entertainment Writers; Vince Boucher, Susan Edwards, Sha on
Johnson, Dave Ware.
Sports Staff: Scott Jones, Becky Morgan, Steve Taylor, Pete.
Columnists: Joe Dreesen, Rick Johnson, Bruce Nelson, Amy
Editorial Cartoonist: Scott Stewart.
Artist: Ron Wheeler.
Photographers: Steve Boerner, Kevin Higley.
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Circulation Staff: Mark Lyon, Bob Lueke, Chuck Eliason, Willis
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By Rex Seline
ASUN Senate business has been delayed for the third week in a
row by lack of a quorum. The delay endangers Senate elections,
originally scheduled to take place in March.
Ron Clingenpeel, ASUN president, called a special meeting for 4
p.m. Sunday to act on the spring election proposals which have
been before the Senate and which must be passed before elections
can be held.
"The elections could still be held March 19 if the procedures are
passed Sunday," David Howlett, ASUN second vice president and
electoral commission member, said. "But if they're not, I would
imagine that it will be at least the second week in April before we
could have them."
"It puts us in a bad situation because, although we won't walk
out and close the office, the new Senate might not be installed
until three weeks after they should have been in office," Howlett
Constitutionally, the present Senate's term of office will expire
in March, one year after the members were elected.
Howlett said he was "pretty discouraged" by the turn of events
and called attention to the troubles that will be faced by people
planning to run for office,
"It puts those who were planning to run in a tenuous situation.
They don't know when the election is, how they can campaign or
when they can .campaign," Howlett said.
Arts and Sciences Sen. Art Alexander told those present that
the continued lack of a quorum damages ASUN credibility in the
eyes of the students.
"This is the same garbage that went on last year before the
elections that caused students to question ASUN's credibility,"
A "Sense of the Senate" straw vote on the proposed election
procedures indicated support for the proposals.
Also delayed by the lack of a quorum was discussion and voting
on proposed constitutional changes first brought up at last week's
In other business, Arts and Sciences Sen. Mary Jenkins was
appointed to replace the resigning Mark Hoeger, Teacher's College
representative, on the executive board. This action was taken
before the quorum was lost.
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