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University of Nebraska - Lincoln!
A .. FIRST WEEK
April 7 -
Concert by Freddy Reyna, folk guitar.
8 p.m. , Kimball Hall
April 8 -
Concert by Morella Munoz, mezzo soprano.
8 p.m. , Kimball Hall
April 11 -
Lecture by Jaime Telio, Venezuelan Literature.
3:30 p.m. , Nebraska Union
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
NO ADMISSION CHARGE
Republic of Venezuela as a contribution
to the Bicentennial of the United States.
Public libraries take 'holiday'
Today last for fine-free returns
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WomenSpaak "75" Human Sexuality
Family Planning Women's Issues
"Growing up Mala" program
"PeopSa in Prisons" program
2nd Annual Body Awareness Week.
Intorviovs Start Soon
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Local Excutivt Placements
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SAMPLE LISTING OF AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES
PUBLIC RELATIONS - National Ag Chemical Company with entry
level positions. Degree in any area with a farm background. They start
at $11,000, plus car, expenses, bonus and they pay our FEE.
CONSUMER PRODUCTS - National Company with a Lincoln
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$10,400 pluse all the Extra's. Should make $13,000 the first year.
MANAGER TRAINEE - Just one of our many companies that want
that college education. This one requires good math aptitude and a
Strong personality. Salary depends on qualifications, location and
RETAIL MANAGEMENT - TOP Managers in this Ag Supply
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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY- Companies have definitely opened New
Horizons for all people. You might be surprised at the opportunities
available to you. It doesn't cost a penny to look.
IMPOSSIBLE - It just isn't possible for us to list ail the types of
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looking for. This is the ttme to get a start at the JOB Search so that !
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CAtl OR COME IN
Holiday" ends today. People may return long
overdue books without having to pay a mie,
according to Charles Dalrymple, library director.
Dalrymple said the purpose of the event is "to
encourage. patrons to bring back books which
have been out three to six months or longer.
"Over the years books are lost, loaned, or
misplaced and discovered at a later time. People
don't have the money for a fine or are afraid of
being chewed out if they return the book that
late," he said. What may happen then is that they
just decide to keep the book, he added.
Dalrymple doesn't think the problem of
overdue books is any worse this year than in
previous ones. Me said that a Fine-Free Holiday is
basically a public relations scheme to make
people aware of the library. Dalrymple said that
the proportion of UNL students who use the
public library is great, but that "there is no
bigger problem of overdue books with them than
' with anyone else."
The library doesn't announce in advance when
there will be Fine-Free Holidays, Dalrymple said.
He thinks that if they did, the privilege would be
abused and people were hold library books
The UNL libraries are not now planning
anything of this kind, said Gerald Rudolph, dean
of libraries. There may be one before finals, he
"We would probably just announce that there
were no fines from a certain point until the end
of the semester."
Pudolnh said the problem of overdue bonk ;
small at the university. He has found that, for th
most part, students "obey the rules and return
books on time."
- The number of lost books at UNL libraries is
not great, Rudolph said. He added that inventory
is only taken every three years and the actual
number of books missing at this time is not
known, although the problem is not large
because there are few requests for books that
aren't on the shelves.
Rudolph said many students take a book
without checking it out, and return it at the end
of the semester. He thinks that the security
systems at the libraries may encourage these
"almost honest" people to be totally honest, and
check out their books.
The libraries try to replace all books that are
finally determined "lost," although there are
some that are no longer in print and are
unobtainable, Rudolph said. He added that there
are some books they don't try to replace.
"If the book lost is one written in 1929 on
modern farming methods, it is questionable
whether we should spend money on the same
edition," he said.
Rudolph said valuable books are kept in a
separate room to prevent theft. He estimates that
the university has 10,000 rare books in its
collections. There are stricter regulations on the
usage of these, and they may not be taken from
the libraries, he said.
The libraries receive appropriations from the
state to purchase books, he said. Fine money is
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McCormick, Steve Osborne, Katie Pruckler, Susie Reitz, Lynn
Roberts, Mary 'Kay Roth, Rex Seline, Amy Struthers, Randy
Wright, Jim Zalewski.
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Laikii 'vi PRESENTS
Pius special guest The Charlie Daniels Band
in Concert Thursday, April 17 8:00
at Pershing Auditorium
Tickets $5.00 in advance and $6.00 day of concert
Tickets available at Union South Desk, Dirt Cheap Ben
Simons, Miller & Paino, The Daisy and Pershing Box Office
A contemporary Production
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The UNL chapter of Alpha
Lambda Delta Freshmen
Women's Honorary Society, is
taking applications for twe
$100 scholarships to be
awarded on April 24. Junioi
and Senior women who are
members of Alpha Lambda
Delta, have a cumulative grade
point average of at least 3.5
and have no full-tuition
scholarships at present may
apply. Application forms are
available in Administration
Building 108. The deadline for
applying is AdhI 10.
NU Pre-Vets is sponsoring a
tour in Iowa State April 12. Tc
register call 472-2952 by April
9. For more information call
Kelley Calhoun, 477-9271.
Lincoln Parks and
Recreation Department and
the National Campers and
Hikers Association are
sponsoring a free four-week
camping clinic beginning April
9. It will be held 7 to 9 pjn. on
Wednesdays at the Auld
Recreation Center, 3140
Sumner. To preregister or foi
more information call
The Lincoln Parks and
Recreation Department will
also hold a free three-week
backpacking clinic starting May
14. Call 475-6929 for
Student Volunteer Services
is offering free tax assistance
today and Tuesday from 6 to
10 p.m. in Nebraska Union
225G or call 472-2209.
Students interested in
financial assistance or the
college work study program
may apply at the Office o
Scholarships and Financial
Aids, Administration 1 1 3.
The India Association is
celebrating 'India Night' on
April 19 at 6:30 in the
Nebraska Union Ballroom.
Tickets, $3.75 per person, are
available at the Foreign
Student Office. No tickets will
be sold at the door.
monday, epril 7, 1975
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