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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1979)
tuesday, October 9, 1979
Library hours may be shortened soon
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Because of a UNI budget cut, libraries may close on
Saturdays and cut their hours beginning next semester.
Jerry Rudolph, dean of libraries, said the libraries are
extremely under financed.
"It became apparent last April that we would have to
reduce library hours," he said. MI raised the issue in front
of the Board of Regents this year."
"At one point, we thought that we might have to re
duce hours tor the whole year. But we are watching what
(unds we have closely so that if we have to cut down at all
which 1 hope we do not, it will be next semester," he
Editor in chief: Amy Lenzen; Managing editor: Margaret Staf
ford; Newt 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 EeMunyan.
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.
Second class postage paid at Lincoln, Neb., 68510.
Rudolph emphasized the libraries' primary clientele is
the students and said if library hours are cut, he will try to
inconvenience students as little as possible.
"A lot of people study on Sunday, so we would keep
the" libraries open then. And we would either close the
libraries only one hour earlier than usual or keep our regu
lar weekday hours," he said.
If the libraries can get temporary funds for the rest of
the year, hours will not be cut, Rudolph said. But
Rudolph expressed doubts that such funds can be ob
tained. A final decision on possible hpur cutbacks will be made
and publicized next week, Rudolph said.
Teacher's College Advisory Board will meet at 6 pjn.
in the Nebraska Union. Room number will be posted.
Circle K will meet at 7 pjn. in the Union. Room num.
ber will be posted.
Angel Flight will meet at 7 p.m. in the M & N Building.
Staff will meet at 6:30 pjn.
The Accounting Association will meet Wednesday at
3:30 pjn. in the CBA Auditorium.
The UPC Concert Committee will meet Wednesday at
4 p.m. in Union 221 .
NU Meds will meet at 7 pjn. Wednesday in the Union.
Room number will be posted.
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