The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 12, 1975, Page page 8, Image 8

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hungry
Continued from p. 1
-support for the proposal
to separate parking fees from
bus fees.
They proposed that state
tax monies be used to support
the bus program since it now
incurs nearly $100,000 deficit
and because "it isn't the
student's fault that he has to
take a course on East or City
campus," Gustafson said. "It's
a managerial error."
They termed the alcohol on
campus problem a "moot
Issue." saying that petitions
and campaigns have already
proved unsuccessful. But they
insisted that it should be an
individual decision.
No SOL candidates
presently serve in the senate
but they do not see it as a
hindrance.
"We won't have any taint of
the present administration on
our hands," Gustafson said.
Gustafson also attacked the
present administration for the
new electoral rule requiring
500 signatures to file as a party
saying that it favored the
incumbents. Me said the USE
party was the incumbent.
"USL: is power hungry.
There arc parts in the new rules
which can only help them,"
Gustafson said.
SOL has not taken a party
position on the ASUN
Constitutional Amendment.
Following is a list of SOL
senatorial candidates by
college:
Arts and Sciences: Kay Keifer,
Tam Mehuron, Dan Arp, Dale
Hayes, Ron Krause, Deb Lindau,
Tom VanHousen, Susan Holsten.
Architecture: Paul Wyquist
Agriculture: Chuch Holley, Bill
Willets, Glade Smith.
Business Administration: Tim
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O'Donnell.
Engineering: Tim Moylan, Gary
Steffens.
Home Economics: Patty
Gordon, Debra Lee.
Teachers: Brent Adams, Jim
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Keebler, Bob Hill, Kathy Gordon.
Graduate and Professional:
Quentin Bennett, Frank Thompson.
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daily nebraskan
Wednesday, march 12, 1975