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monday, October 8, 1979
STATMORE LAW OFFICES
Clay It. Solmorc Allornry at Law
GENERAL PRACTICE INCLUDING
LaiKllunl-Tenanl O Bankruptcy
O Misdemeanor Criminal O Contracts
0 Divorce and Family Law O Personal Injury Claim
VMIIk. TruM & Probate O Incorporation A Partnership
0 Keal t.Htatc I ransaclions Q (iencral Trial Work
Local applications for the Truman Scholarship are
being accepted until Oct. 12, 1979, Applications will be
accepted from students who will be juniors the next
academic year with a CPA of at least 3.0 and in the upper
Va of his or her class. For more information contact Old
Angel Flight will meet at 7 pjn. Tuesday in the M & N
Building. Staff will meet at 6:30 p.m.
Musici Cliuigc mid Viw accepted
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206 Sou 111 I J1I1 Si.
UPC Performing Arts Committee will meet at 4:30
p.m. today in Union 221.
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While in picking up your fresh
flowers register for a 10-speed
bicycle to be given away Oct. 31
226 South Uth
EAST OF THE BR AN DEIS PARKING LOT'
The Gloss Onion
Natural Food Restaurant
235 N. 11th
Every Mon. & Tum. 5-9 pm
HALF PRICE ON
TO ALL STUDENTS
Close to Campus at 11th and "Q'
UPC-Vlsual Arts Committee is sponsoring a print sale
today through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Ne
braska Union main lounge.
Requests for P.A. announcementsscoreboard messages
at home football games must be typewritten and sub
mitted to the Office of University Information, Admini
stration 312, three days before the date of the game. For
more information contact Hal Graves, 472-2167.
Teacher's College Advisory Board will meet Tuesday at
6 p.m. in the Union. Room number will be posted.
Circle K will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Union.
Room number will be posted.
GEMS KAIL Dlr!l AlrVa D C S
The General Dynamics Convair Division,
located in San Diego, wants to talk to
engineering students about the diverse
work assignments in such engineering
areas as: Research, Test, Design, Quality
ControlAssurance and Manufacturing.
Currently there are major, long-term
contracts that involve work in Advanced
Space Structures, Energy, Commercial
Airframes and the Cruise Missile Program.
Excellent growth opportunities exist
for these programs in the following
engineering fields: Industrial, Electrical,
Ltcctenlcsl, Aerospace, Engineering
Also, let's talk about our excellent
educational assistance and management
development programs, tuition
reimbursement for furthering your college
education, and our liberal relocation
To learn more about General Dynamics
Convair Division, contact your Placement
Office today. Or, if you prefer, send your
resume to: Mr. Earl Bailor, College
Relations Administrator, GENERAL
DYNAMICS Convair Division, Mail Zone
11-1306-1068, RO. Box 80847, San Diego,
Afl Equal Opportune EmptoywMf
Diet program forming for faculty, staff and interested
spouses with emphasis on establishing Individual diet
programs and understanding the importance of total body
conditioning and with modification and change of be
havior patterns for continued weight maintenance. Tues
day evening starting Oct. 16 through Dec. 18. Limited en
rollment. 472-0122, after 5 p.m. or weekends.
10 a.m.-N.U. Operations Staff, Room 216.
12:30 pjn .-Nebraska Community Improvement
Awards Judges Luncheon, Georgian Suite A.
3 p.m -Office of University Information, Heritage
3:30-5 p. m -Delta Upsilon Bible Study Group, The
3:30-5 p.m.-Panhellenic, Room 232.
4-5 p.m.-Baptist Student Union, Room 122.
4:15-5 pjn.-Towne Club Pledges, Room 402.
6- 9 p. m. -Multi Cultural Affairs Tutoring, Room 225
6:30-8 p.m.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Regency Suite A.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Phi Tau Sigma Smoker, Georgian
6:30-8 p.m.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Centennial Room.
7 p.m .-Delta Sigma Pi Exec, The Rostrum.
7- 10 pjn -Table Tennis Club, The Cellar.
7-8 p.m.-Phi Dleta Theta Pledges, Room 232.
7:30 p.m.-Math Counselors, Room 225 B-C.
7:30 pjn .-Delta Sigma Pi, The Rostrum.
8 p .m .-Delta Sigma Pi Pledges, Room 40 1 .
9:30-10:45 p.m.-Baptist Student Union, Room 122.'
UPC Visual Art Print Sale, Main Lounge.
Editor in chief: Amy Lenzen; Managing editor: Margaret Staf
ford; News editor: Randy Essex; Associate news editors: Brenda
Moskovits, Rocky Strunk; Night news editor: Frank Hassler; Assis
tant night news editor: Bonnie Lund; Features editor: Jill Den
ning; Layout editor: Deb Shanahan; Entertainment editor: Kim
Wilt; Sports editor: Rick Huls; Photography chief: Mark Billing
sley; Art director: Rick Hemphill; Magazine editor: Mary
Fastenau; Magazine managing editor: Gail Stork; Ombudsman:
Michael Zangari; East Campus bureau chief: Kevin Field.
Copy editors: Liz Austin, Julie Bird, Barb Bierman, Alice
Hrnicek, Barb Richardson, Bob Lannin, Kris Hansen, Karen Morin,
Paula Bauer, Sandi George, Denise LeMunyan.
Business manager: Anne Shank; Production manager: Kitty
Policky; Advertising manager: Denise Jordan; Assistant advertising
manager: Art Small.
The Daily Nebraskan is published by the UNL Publications
Board Monday through Friday during the fall and spring semes
ters, except during vacation.
Address: Daily Nebraskan, 34 Nebraska Union, 14th and R
streets, Lincoln, Neb., 68588. Telephone: 472-2588.
Material may be reprinted without permission if attributed to
the Daily Nebraskan, except material covered by a copyright.
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