The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 09, 1975, Page page 6, Image 6

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Love library begins
move to new addition
Ir has not yet been completed, but the move into the new
addition of Love Library has started.
And Gerald Rudolph, dean of university libraries, said he would
like to see the move completed by the time students start fall
classes in August.
Rudolph said the 800,000 books that will be moved should be
moved by then, but all the signs and directions to help students
might not be in place by then.
"We will be close, though," he said.
The number of books that needs to be moved is eight times the
amount that had to be moved when the Law College migrated from
City Campus to East CampuV. That move was completed in two
weeks and two days, he said.
"Because of the complexity here," he said, "we're talking in
terms of months."
The first stage of the move has begun, he said. All the reference
material in Love Library has been moved into the east part of the
connecting link between the second floors of the old part of Love
Library (Love Library South) and the addition (Love Library
North), he said.
The west part of the link will contain all unbound periodicals
which were in the periodical room or shelved in the stacks, he said.
Rudolph said the library staff also is looking at the center area
of the link to see if there is enough space to move the card
catalogues there.
'This may not be the best location (for this material)," he said,
"but we hope it is centralized and well planned."
The reference room will be turned into a large reading room,
Rudolph said. When the state finances the renovation of Love
Library South, he said, he hopes new carpet and modern furniture
will be added to the room.
The move into the rest of Love Library North, which will
contain mostly stacks of books, will depend on how fast the
shelves can be assembled, he said. ,
Currently union workers are working without a contract, he
said, and if they should strike, the move could be delayed.
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Love Library is starting its move into its new addition, Love Library North.
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9:30 a.m.-Student Affairs -Nebraska
Union Room
202-203
10:30 a.m.-Housing Office
- Union 232
12 p.m.-Interfratemity
Council Advisers - Union
Pewter Room
Studies - Union 243
4 p.m.-Fees Allocation
Board-Services Subcommittee -Union
216
5 p.m.-All University Fund
- Union 232
5:30 p.m. -University
Judiciary - Union Pewter
Room
5:30 p.m.-Gamma Lambda
- Union Harvest Room C
6 p.m. Gamma Lambda
Pledges - Union Harvest Room
B
6:30 p.m.-ASUN Senate
Meeting - Union 202
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The largest repair shop in town
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Factory trained servicemen
Original Schwinn replacement parts
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Auditorium
7 p.m.-UNL Wildbfe Club -Union
North Conference
Room
7 p.m.-Interfraternity
Council Rush Chairmen -Union
South Conference
Room
7 p.m. Mexican American
Student Association Union
232
7 p.m.-Free University
"Biofeedback" - Union 337
9 p.m.-Kappa Psi - Union
222
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Main Bank-14th & M
Drive-up -20th & O
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