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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1978)
friday, September 15, 1978
Andy Anderson, new owner
formerly worked at the Straight Edge
Appointments Available Mon-Sat, 8-5:30
across from Hinky Dinky
Some tickets easy to get
during home football game
Monday Might Football
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Boulevard on the fa screen
'TIL 1 a.m. 25 cent draws $1 pitchers
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By Lucy Bighia
Tickets to Nebraska home games are
getting hard to come by these days. Tickets
for illegal parking during the games are not.
Parking illegally-in front of a red or
green line, on the grass, or blocking
someone else's car-can earn a driver a $5
ticket and a tow, University Police Captain
Kenneth Markle said.
The driver must pay $20 to retrieve his
car. Markle said the owner must report to
University police before 6 p.m. Saturday
This additional expense and bother can
be avoided by game-gbers who take a little
extra time to park properly.
The following parking lots are open to
booster club members only: Area 14; all
lots west of 10th St., Area 10 lots, Area
20: all lots west and north of the stadium
and Area 1 lots.
Only until 11
Area 23, between 14th and 16th St. on
the west side, is open for students or staff
until 11 a.m. After that it is open only to
booster club members.
The east portion of the card lot-west of
Harper, Schramm, Smith-is open to
students until 11 a.m., then open for
boosters only. The west portion of the lot
is for only booster members all day.
Area 12, 16 and Health Center lots
(north of the Union), are open only to
All metered lots are open at no charge.
Lots without attendants are open to anyone.
About 2,500 parking spaces are avail
able on the state fairgrounds, Henry Brandt
said. Free buses run between the fair
grounds and the stadium every 15 min.
About 25 city buses run all day from
clubs, motels, and other parts of town to
Once he has secured a parking space, the
expectant fan can amuse himself in a
variety of ways.
At 10 a.m., football films sponsored by
the Nebraska Union Board are run in the
Nebraska Union main lounge. These are
free and open to anyone. This Saturday's
film will be the 1972 Notre DameNebras
ka Orange Bowl game.
At 1 1 :45, free NASA films are shown in
the Morrill Hall auditorium, room 111.
These run about an hour and concern space
probes, satellites and other NASA projects.
This Saturday's half-time show promises
to be especially entertaining, according to
Robert Fought, director of the Nebraska
The show will have a Polynesian theme,
with entertainment being provided by a
group of 28 Hawaiian folk performers.
The UNL band and drill core will
perform for the first five minutes, then
turn the show over to the Hawaiian group.
They will perform a Tahitian dance, a
Samoan Knife dance and hula, as well as
singing native folk songs, including the
Hawaiian War Chant.
Miss Hawaii 1978, Elizabeth Lindsey,
will dance the hula.
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Fund B meeting closed
The Fund B Study committee had a closed meeting
Thursday to discuss the final draft of their report to
University President Ronald Roskens.
Two Daily Nebraskan reporters were forced to leave
the committee's meeting room in the Nebraska Union.
The meeting was closed because the committee is not
at the point where it has made any final decisions and it
did not want remarks made at the meeting to be mis
interpreted, according to James Van Horn, committee
"We were throwing out all sorts of proposals, some
radical, and discussing personalities that could be mis
interpreted and we didn't want it coming out as a com
mittee opinion," said Ken Marienau, ASUN president
and committee member.
The committee which was appointed to study the
spending of student fees under Fund B, (fees which go to
student health, the Nebraska Unions and bonded indebt
edness) will submit its final report to the Roskens on Wed
nesday Sept. 20, Marienau said.
Fri, Sept 15 8:00 p. m.
with Special Guest
$4.00 UNL Students wid
$5. 00 General Adm ission
Available at both Nebraska
Unions. Dirt Cheap
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