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For every woman who plans to have children any time in the future, knowing her
rubella immunity level is vital. You may have read or heard that if a woman contracts
rubella (German measles) during the early months of pregnancy, there is considerable risk
that the baby will be born with abnormalities.
To avoid such risks, the State Health Department and University Health Center are
making the immunity test and if needed, the vaccine, available to UN-L females. The
charge of $2.00 covers cost of postage and time of UN-L lab and clinic personnel. This
will be available only through April 25, 1 975.
For more information, please call 472-2102, Ext. 246 or go directly to the medical
laboratory desk in the Health Center.
The second episode of the
German detective television
series, Der' Komnissar, will be
shown Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
in the Nebraska Union Small
Auditorium. Ad nission is free.
An organizational meeting
for Food Day, April 17, will be
held this afternoon at 1:40 in
Heppner Lounge in the
Neihardt Residential Center.
The Student International
Meditation Society ' is
sponsoring a Transcendental
Lecture today at 3:30 p.m. in
Clois Coon of Elmer Fox &
Co. will speak today on
"Grading the CPA Exam" at
the Accounting Club meeting
at 3:45 in the Nebraska Union.
Any person or group
interested in participating in
the Spring Art Festival
sponsored by the Student
Chapter of the Am. Institute of
Architects April 9 thru 11,
please contact Ann Florsek,
People interested in talking
to state senators about LB23,
the Sexual Assault Bill, should
contact the Women's Resource
A volunteer is needed to
tutor a child in remedial
reading. If interested contact
the Student Volunteer Center,
Lincoln Parks and
Recreation and the National
Campers and Hikers
Association are sponsoring a
free four week camping clinic
beginning April 9, 7 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday at the Auld
Recreation Center, 3.140
Sumner (Antelope Park). To
pre-register or for more
information call 475-6929.
Loser says popularity
decided RHA race
Continued from p. 1
"If there would have been more time to deal in ideas rather- than
popularity, I think I would have done better," Walden said.
Walden, who ran unsuccessfully for ASUN first vice president
on the Pro-Apathy ticket, said he is willing to help RHA if Ihne
will let him.
Two consititutional amendments were passed by a large margin.
One gives the RHA election committee, the power to determine
the date of elections, if it has the council's approval.
The second amendment requires the vice president to assist the
president with his duties.
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Editor-in-chief: We$ Albers. News Editor: Dave Madsen.
Managing Editor: Rebecca Brite. Associate News Editor: Randy
Gordon. Layout: Dennis Onnen. Sports Editor: Larry Stunkel.
Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow. Night News Editor: Bill
Garthright. Special Editor: Greg Wees. Chief Photographer: Ted
Kirk. News Assistant: Janet Lliteras.
Business Manager: Jerri H3ussler. Advertising Manager: Ken Kirk.
Production Manager: Kitty Policky.
Second Class Postage paid at Lincoln, Nebraska 68501.
Address: The Daily Nebraskan Nebraska Union 34, 14th and R
Sts., Lincoln, Neb. 68508. Telephone 402-472-2588.
The Daily Nebraskan is published by the Publications Committee
on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday through the autumn
and spring semesters, except on holidays and during vacation.
Copyright 1975 the Daily Nebraskan. Material may be reprinted
without permission if attributed to the Daily Nebraskan, except
material covered by another copyright.
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