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RHA hires Jackie O
to aid Greek relations
By Marion Spook us '
Resident's Holocaust Association (RHA) members voted
Thursday to extend the election date for executive positions one
more month to May 1 0, the day after final examinations.
A roll call vote was summoned after the meeting was delayed
two hours so that representatives could be dragged to Scramm Hall
for a quorum to be reached. The proposal was unanimously
approved after which three-fourths of the representatives promptly
According to Tim Seversen, RHA president, he will not
announce his candidacy for re-election.
"This is the year of the independent," he said.
No place like home
In old business, Housing Director Richard Strongarm requested
new recommendations covering residence hall contracts in addition
to RHA's suggestion to use $94.50 of the $95 increase in housing
rates for rodent control. These recommendations were due Feb.
In other moldy business, RHA's social chairman encouraged
dorm-Greek relations by requesting functions between living units.
"We must remember that Greeks are humans too," contended
In regular business, members voted down a proposal that would
bring cable television to all rooms, thereby increasing isolation of
"We'll only see our floor mates during commercials," said one
'Ralph Spoilsport, here'
Members generally accepted the proposal to extend 24-hour
visitation to associative-living floors in Abel Hall and to permit
alcohol in graduate dorms.
However, Ken Sweatlow, assistant director of housing, said the
Housing Office couLl not back these proposals to the NU Board oe
Regents, who wouldn't touch them with a ten-foot pole anyway.
In new business, members proposed four changes in the
association's constitution. These amendments must be published
three times prior to the slated election date, unless this date isn't
decided at election time, then on any day that is convenient for the
representatives, with the stipulation that a quorum is reached.
In other business, President Seversen suggested that dorm
governments begin plans for RHA Week, since it will start at UNL
in only seven short days.
Spandextrianacht worth missing
Editor-in-chief: Ass Welbers. News Editor: Mad Daveson.
Managing Editor: Bright Becky. Associate News Editor: Gordy
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By Don Bug! ess
Second semester's second most extravagant
extravaganza will be held tonight and early
Wednesday morning, according to Fred Mailman,
Union Program Council (UPC) president.
The Spandextrianacht is expected to draw
entertainers from as far away as 24th and Q Sts.
and will feature many of the local campus
Mailman said he and Carrie Dexterous,
assistant programming director, have been
planning this activity for nearly three days now.
The idea for the 10 hours of fun and frolic was
formulated in a brainstorming session at the
Dexterous said that no such spring program
has been successful before, but declared, "We're
giving it that old college try. RAH!" Dexterous is
also a member of UNL Yell Squad.
Spandextrianacht is a word with no
connections to any currently known language,
according to Joe Hpringflitgrphylrnp, modern
language and literature dean.
Hpringflitgrphylrnp said the nearest derivation
would come from a girdle (Spandex)
manufactured by the Playtex Company. He said
that may be stretching to truth a bit, though,
"but when you're in a bind, who cares?"
The Spandextrianacht will be stuffing three
days of activity into a "tight" schedule.
Kicking off the evening will be the entire UNL
varsity football team doing the Devaney version
of the "Nutcracker Suite," at 6 p.m. in the
A little lamb
The squad has been rehearsing for several days
now, with all the zest and vigor with which they
hit the grindstone with the addition of the pink
tutus, said Alice Fieldmarshall, Devaney's
secretary and head choreographer.
At 7 p.m., after the nuts have been cracked, a
dinner will be served in the Union Harvest Room.
According to Mildred Oilyfry, Union chief chef,
the dinner will carry out the Spandextrianacht
theme by serving a meal that stretches the diner
The Union bowling lanes, pool room and the
Freshman Bookstore will all offer some type of
orgiastic activity at some time during the
Excitement won't be lacking for the ladies,
either, Mailman said.
The medical world
He said Dexterous has spent the most of last
semester enticing the entire male staff of the
English Department to add to the festivities.
The group or professors and assistant
professors will be doing a literal take off of
Burlesque in the Union's second floor Ladies'
Mailman said that tickets are now on sale for
another of the evenings highlights. He said the
Sough Desk will present, for public consumption,
three peeks at any one filthy magazine of the
spectator's choice for the nominal fee of 25
Eight showings of. the Pakistanian film,
"Dandria goes to the Circus," without the
English subtitles, will be presented in the Small
Auditorium. Dexterous said this should be a
treat for all the students at UNL majoring in
Al Bennett, Union program director, said the
Spring Spandextrianacht will prove nothing, "but
,it sure is a hell of a lot of fun trying, isn't it?"
As to how the morning will end, Mailman
delivered his comment, "Soon, I hope."
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