The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 10, 1975, Page page 3, Image 3

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    Wednesday, december 10, 1975
daily nebraskan
page 3
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The NU Meds meet
tonight at 7 in the Nebraska
Union. Donna Garbacz,
head nurse of intensive and
coronary care at Lincoln
General Hospital, is guest
The Overseas Oppor
tunities Center needs names
of anyone who has lived,
worked, studied, traveled
or has been in the military
outside the United States,
to be used in a resource file.
Please stop by OOC,
Nebraska Union 205 or call
First semester grade
reports will be mailed Jan. 6
to students' permanent
home addresses.
The Phi U meeting is
scheduled for Dec. 11,6:30
p.m., in Home Economics
Bldg. 104. A Christmas
decoration party is planned.
This is the last week for
119 North 14th
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Alumni House 1320 R Stnwt
Open 9-1, 2-8 Monday thru Friday
or call 472-3313 for appointment
SponKvrml by the Student Alumni Board
senior photos. Call 472
3913 for an appointment,
9 ajn. to 1 p.m. and 2 pjn.
to 6 pjn. Pictures are taken
at the Alumni House, 1520
The Law library will be
open until 2 ajn. during
finals, the circulation desk
and reserve room will close
at midnight.
Marketing Club's final
Think Drink this semester
will be Thursday, Dec. 11
from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30
pjn. at the Water Hole.
Members pay 25 cents and
guests, $1.00.
Anyone interested in be
coming an officer, submit
your name and phone
number to Sanford
All students and faculty
are invited to the Alumni
House Christmas Fireside
today from 4 to 6 for
refreshments and
Editor-in-chief: Rebecca Brite, News Editors: Randy Gordon
and Lori Demo, Managing Editor: Stan Linhorst, Associate News
Editor: Gina Hills, Layout Editor: Michele Schmal, Night News
Editor: John Kalkowski, Arts and Entertainment Editor: Robert
Thurber. Sports Editor: Larry Stunkel, Third Dimension Editor:
Vince Boucher, Photo Chief: Ted Kirk, Copy Editors: Christie
Cater, Stephanie Noonan, Mary Kay Roth and Jim Zalewski, News
Assistant: Becky Brugman, Business Manager: Jerri Haussler,
Advertising Manager: Mary Ann Myers, Production Manager: Kitty
Second Class Postage paid at Lincoln, Neb., 68588.
Address: The Daily Nebraskan, Nebraska Union 34, 14th and
R streets, Lincoln, Neb., 68588. Telephone: (402) 472-2588.
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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Hiking Shoes
Reg. I
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MT-10's "tegabees" ore
designed for heavy hiking and
light back pocking. One-piece
upper construction eliminates
seams and double layers that
might cause discomfort or
blisters. Double scree with
draw hooks', speed lacing, padded
Joogue, Vibram Montogna lug
Back Pock Special
Reg. I
$45 03 i
Flcnnel Shirts
L . t j tfr
Reg. $5.79
$49.95 )
JAN SPORT pack and frame
features the famous JAN SPORT
flexible frame with patented
adjustable fittings, machined
joints, hip suspension with side
rails, wide padded back strops,
shoulder straps ond hip pods.
Bog is Oxford nylon cloth with
main cavity accessible from the
back. Three zipper side
pockets. Total capacity 3335
cu. in. Four leather strop slots
on top, one at back. Dag is 20"
x 15" 10". Total weight
( pock and frame ) 3 lbs.
100 cotton flannel shirts
in colorful plaid patterns of
blue, green, red and brown.
Long sleeves, extra long tails.
Machine washable, tumble dry.
Excellent for hunters, farmers.
Fall-winter casual wear. Sizes S,
M, I and XL.
Free Pcrkisig
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Wide Flare Jeans
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Ga ISA 9:0 fk lamdsyt
WSAMCltt Big BH wide flare
jeans. Popular ore-washed style.
100 cotton. 1-yeor, warranty.
Factory will replace or refund.
Zipper fly. wide belt loops.
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Lightweight pack tent 'for
four packers. Floor size 8 Vj x 7
ft. 6-ft. ridge height gives
inside stand-up room. Easily
pocked by three packers. Has
waterproof separate nylon fly
that prevents condensation
inside tent.
With Delrifi Upper
Reg. $94.95
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Tent body is nylon. Has
sewed-in waterproof nylon
floor. Nylon screen on door and
rear window. 3-way zipper on
door. Aluminum telescoping
poles, skewer stakes, nylon
guys with rope tighteners,
waterproof carry bag.
SNOW LION Sleeping Bogs
persona to SMI"
Weight 3 lbs.. oi. Rg- (S4.00
SNOWLINE Mountain Light
Regular and Mountain Light
Long mummy style bags
represent a major breakthrough
in synthetic fiberfill bogs for
back packers being light enough
for serious packers and climbers.
Weight 4 lbs., 1 ei. Reg. $57.00
Ripstop nylon outer shells,
two-way 5 Delrin zippers,
Polarguard1" insulation. Com
fort rating to 20 F. Regular
has 42 oz. insulation. Long has
48 oz. insulation.
SNOW LION "Expedition" Down-Filled
Sleeping Icsg
With '
Cettwr . '.V.
P.3& $114i5
A superior, down-filled
sleeping bag with overlapping
"V" tube construction that
gives 65 compartments produc
ing a very uniform insulation
barrier without cold spots. A
unique, double zipper system
eliminates heat loss through
zipper areas.
52 oz. down insulation for a
30-degrees below zero comfort
rating. Bag is mummy style,
designed for persons up to
6 -2". Separating 70" zipper
allows two bags to be zipped
together. Complete with water
proof stuff sack.
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Beck Peck Stove
stove for back packers, scouts,
etc. measures only 5" di
ameter, 3 V high when
packed ond weighs only
20-ounces. Self-defining burn
er. Tank capacity of 13 pint
gives over 1 Vi hours of burning
time. Furnished with aluminum
sauce pan with handle. Uses
white gasoline. ( These are
factory reconditioned like new
units ).
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