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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1976)
films, trivia, polka
UNL homecoming this weekend will find at least one
Cornhusker goina the wrong direction.
Rek-suhn-roc, Comhusker spelled backward, win be
Friday n:ght from 7:30 pjm. to 1 aon. in the Nebraska
Tassels, Corn Cobs and the Student Alumni Board
are sponsoring trie celebration.
A single admission price of 50 cents will provide en
trance to all activities accept the "Dig Sing" at 7:30 pjn.
m the Union Ballroom.
The "Big Sing" w2I feature the 48-voice Varsity Glee
Club, the 30-voice Chorale and the 60-voice Kansas State
University Men s Glee Club, presenting a program of pop
ular and folk music.
Admission to the "Big Sing" will be $1 for students
and $2 for other persons.
Other activities included in the program are a Laurel
and Hardy film festival, an Orange Bowl trivia contest
featuring Bob Devaney as quizmaster, a polka band, the
Scarlet and Cream Singers, the Tri-Delt Washboard Band,
and a "Casino Night sponsored by the Interfraternity
Council and the Panhellenic Association.
Homecoming candidates and the winners of the home-l
coming display contest will be announced at 9:15 pjn.
Layaway a Baylor
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him this Christmas.
Layaway now far Chrisfcaas
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The Diamond Store
Student accounts welcome.
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A check with four Lincoln taverns shows the number
of disturbances in them to be less this year than last
Employes from Chesterfield, Bottomsley & Potts
Ltd., Uncle Sam's, Casey's and the Brass Rail said there
have been fewer fights at those bars this year than last
year." ' '' '
This confirms what Lincoln Police Chief George Han
sen told the Liquor License Policy Review Committee
last week. The committee was told a week earlier by Det
ective Dan Buckner that the number of disturbances was
greater this year than last year.
Hansen said Buckner was relying on impressions and
not on facts. He said 41 assults were reported in the first
eight months of 1976, compared with 51 in the same
time period last year.
John Spatz, bartender at the Brass Rail, said there are
few fights, but persons most apt to be involved are 25 to
30 years old and not college students. He said most fights
usually are on football Saturdays.
Spatz said fights at the Brass Rail are broken up by
the bartenders in "3 to 4 seconds." He added that the
police are called if the fighters don't stop when told.
Gordy Boe, assistant manager of Chesterfield's, agreed
that most fights occur on football Saturdays. He said he
had never seen anything like the bar crowd on a game
Boe, who is from the West Coast, said Lincoln is the
only city he knows where the bars open at 9 am. because
a game is played on that day.
He described the person most likely to be involved
in a fight as loud, talky, ex jock and out of school." If
the bouncers cannot stop a fight, the police are called, he
Al Stekeleberg, manager of Casey's, said mainly young
people fight at Casey's. He said the policy at Casey's is
to "keep the crowd mellow."
Stekeleberg said if they couldn't keep the crowd
mellow and a fight broke out, they would stop it as soon
as possible and call the police.
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biggest problem was not fighting, but at the front door.
Hesaid people are stationed at the door to check identi
fication and screen people.
Yarborough said people are screened by dtcss and
behavior. He said people who are beHigerent" at the door
are watched by the employes when they go inside.
All four bars have policies which prohibit anyone who
fights from entering the bar again.
Gresks are target;
of booze comp'ssTYi:
The illegal use of alcohol in Memorial Stadium by Big
Red fans has been a subject of concern, but not one easily
controlled or resolved.
Although this is not an isolated problem concerning
only students, according to Jayne Anderson, coordinator
of sororities, fraternities and cooperatives, Greeks are
associated with the problem because they are easily
identified by their jackets.
We received about 25 complaints by telephone after
the first football game concerning alcohol use by Greeks.
These complaints were from individuals who objected to
the drinking and recognized Greeks by their jackets,
By the number of complaints that were received, it
seems alcohol use was heavy during the first home game,
The week following the game the problem was dis
cussed by a meeting of Panhellenic "and Interfraternity
Council members (IFC)l These members then contacted
their individual house units and discussed the problem.
Because no official complaints were registered, no
action was taken by the IFC Judicial Board.
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