The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, August 27, 1984, Page Page 9, Image 9

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    Monday, August 27, 1934
Dally Nebreskan
Pago 9
Officials brace for UNL kegger
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By G&hY.Haey
Doll Ne&rmsk&a Eerier Exporter
As UNL students return to class
es, Lincoln law enforcement cfH
cials are bracing for another sea
son of weekend beer parties.
Lincoln area wholesalers are than 20 people nor includes an
cooperating with the commission entire floor of students in a dor
by not delivering kegs on campus, mitory, he said,
she said. Alcohol is not allowed Keggers may become more of a
on university or state-owned problem when the drinking age is
property. raised to 21 on Jan. 1, Lincoln
The commission will have a nnlirpnptprtlvpM.n.arknsklfiflJd.
Carolyn Hatfield, division super- public hearing Sept. 14 in thd After Jan. 1, about one-fourth
visor for the Nebraska Liquor State Office Building to discuss of all college seniors will be able
Control Commission, said bee; the matter, Hatfield said. The to drink legally, Carkoski said,
parties or "keggers" are prevalent public will be able to ;Jve input on ' Carkoski said police depart-
at the end and beginning of a whether it approves of the plan ment officials find out about par-
cchoolyear. Students usually cele- and, if so, how the plan should be tics in several ways,
brate during weekends before implemented. Sometimes officers receive an-
classes begin or after they finish a Keggers present bigger prob- onymous tips or find flyers listing
semester, she said. lems when minors are served or a party's address, time and ad-
In an attempt to crack down when the beer is sold Illegally, two mission price,
on keggers, the commission plans police officers said. Carkoski said officers some
to ask retailers to report any sin- Since alcohol is not allowed on times will find a party during
gle sale of three or more keg3 of university property, all beer par- routine neighborhood patrols. De
beer, ties are illegal, UNL campus pol- pending on the area where the
A retailer who sells more than ice Lt. Joe Wehner said. party is discovered, one of four
three keg3 should have evidence The campus police control most teams in the department will re
that the beer will not be resold parties occurring on campus, be- spond, he said,
illegally, she said. All persons who cause most of them will draw A kegger that has 50 to 60 peo
resell liquor must have a whole- attention right away, he said. A pie attending almost always draws
saler permit. party usually never gets mere attention, he said.
Campus
Calendar
Today:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Sept. 3 and 4:
Information booths Student Watch, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m., Nebraska Union; Chapter Summary Bible,
9:30 am. to 2:30 p.m., Nebraska Union.
First day of dropadd, Nebraska Union. Informa
tion booth Campus Crusade, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Nebraska Union.
Barbecue, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., East Campus Maxwell
Arboretum, UNL Horticulture Club. Information
booth Credit Card applications, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Delta Sigma, Nebraska Union.
Music and Melons, 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., UPC,
Union Plaza,
BFD (Big First Dance), 8 p.m. Great Plains
Room, East Union. State Fair begins.
Sorority rush begins.
Labor Day vacation no
school.
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