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monday, november 17, 1975
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7:30 a.m.-College of Archl-tecture-breakfast-Nebraska
10:30 an.-Busines Educa
tion 120-Union Auditorium.
Noon-Collega of Architec-ture-luncheon-Unlon
Noon-Chancellor's Office -luncheon-Union
3 pjn .-Inter Varsity Chris
tian Fellowship-Union 202.
3 p.m. Free University
Study of Drugs-Union 222.
3:30 pjn.-Phi Chi Theta
5:30 p.m. Towne Club pledges-Union
6:30 pjm. - Towne Club -Union
6:30 p.m .-Kappa Kittens
7 pjti. Table Tennis Club
Union Conference Room.
7 pjm. - Minority Affairs
7 pn .-English Dept.- All
corn Union 337.
7:30 p.m.-Chancellors Office-Union
7:30 p.m.-College Career
7:30 pjn.-Math Counselors
7:30 p,m.-Delta Sigma Pi
9 p. m .-Kappa Alpha Psl -Union
9:15 pjn. Kappa Psi Union
10 a jm. Veterinarian meeting-State
5 p.m. Tassels-Union.
6:30 p.m. Association for
Childhood Education Teachers
7 pjn.-ASUN Government
Liaison Neale Copple Nebras
7 p. m. -Student Education
; The Women's Resource
Center is not circulating
petitions calling for a grand
jury investigation of the
shooting death of Sherdell
Chris Stout, a center
volunteer, said she is
circulating a petition, but
because law requires a
registered voter to witness
all signatures, the petition is
only in the center while she
is there. The Nov. 13 Daily
Nebraskan said the resource
center was circulating
Stout also said the center
is not offering free trans
portation to the County
City Bldg. for persons
wishing to register to vote
so they can sign the
petition, as reported in the
Brlte, Newt Editors: Randy
Gordon and Lorl Demo, Man
aging Editor: Stan Unhorst,
Associate Newt Editor: Gina
Hills, Layout Editor: Michele
Schmal, Night Newt Editor:
John KalkowsM, Arts and En
tertainment Editor: Robert
Thurber, Sports Editor: Larry
Stunkel, Third Dimension Edi
tor: Vince Boucher, Photo Chief:
Tad Kirk, Copy Editors: Chris
tie Cater, Stephen la Noonan,
Mary Kay Roth and Jim Zalew
ski. Newt Assistant: Becky
Brugman, Business Manager: .
Jerri Hautiier, Advertising Man
ager: Mary Ann Myert, Produc
tion Manser: Kitty Policky,
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