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invite you to help celebrate the Navy's 200 th Birthday as
part of Lincoln-Lancaster County's Bicentennial Year. Air
shovs at Lincoln Airport (West side, off NW 48th St.) at
2:00 P.M. on Saturday and Sunday. 18 and 19 October.
Sponsored by the U.S. Navy Recruiting Command.
To see if vou can qualify to fly Navy. Call Larry Graham.
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friday, October 17, 1975
HPC sets goals,
The Housing Police Committee (HPC) presented ob.
jectives and a Dec. 1 1 deadline to members of an HPC
differentiated housing task force Thursday night at the
Differentiated housing includes all aspects of living in
any campus nousing unit, inciumng rcsiuence nails, cooper
atives, fraternities and sororities.
HPC Chairman Don Thompson presented the task force
with objectives as presented to a CSL meeting earlier this
fall by UNL Housing Director Richard Armstrong.
The objectives made by HPC were "to evaluate imple
mentation of "Differentiated Housing" as authorized by
the Board of Regents, April 30, 1974; and to recommend
adjustments to that program which would be in the best
interests of students living in UNL residence units...."
The Regents' authorization was based on recommenda
tions made to them by a differentiated housing task force
organized in the fall of 1973. Tim Evensen chaired the task
force which included faculty, staff and students.
The task force will be funded by the housing office, HPC
member Jim Van Horn said. HPC requested funding from
CSL adn administratoion offices, but it was decided it
should be included under housing, and that financial
support from the housing office would not bias the
Committee members and the groups they represent are
Carolyn Grice, Council on Student Life; Frank Thompson,
ASUN; Glen Schumann, housing; Sally VanZandt, faculty
Beth Troester, cooperatives; Eric Chapman, Inter-fratemity
Council; Mary Duryea, Panhellenic; Ray Walden, Dave
Pillard, and Karen Lundquist, RHA; Kent Bliss and Henry
Nuxall, Student assistants; Jim Van Horn and Ed Robinson,
HPC; and Phil Layne, staff. Another RHA representative
still needs to be selected.
The task force did not select a chairman, but will wait
until a meeting early next week. Kent Bliss accepted
temporary chairmanship to organize initial meetings.
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