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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1984)
Monday, December 17, 1934
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Fourteen graduate fellowships,
$3,000 each, are awarded annu
ally by the National Council of
Alpha Lambda Delta
Any member of ALD who has
graduated or will graduate in the
spring and who has a 3.75
cumulative grade point average
or higher is eligible to apply.
Applications are available in
the Graduate College office, the
Office of Scholarships and Finan
cial Aids, or from Alpha Lambda
Delta administrative liaison
Suzanne Brown, Teachers College
101. The deadline is Jan. 15, 1935.
Roland Leudtke will make an
The Neighborhood Watch As
sociation meeting for December
will be at the Auld Recreation
tenter in Antelope Park tonight
The Crime Prevention Unit will
present a program on holiday
safety and security. A Christmas
party will be after the program.
Lincoln'3 County-City Building
halls will echo with the sounds of
music for the holidays.
Programs have been scheduled
through Dec. 25 and are from
noon to 1 p.m. in the first floor
The Pius X Central High School
madrigal group and swing choir
will perform Monday. The Lin
coln East High School Spartan
Singers and swing choir will per-,
form Tuesday. The Lancaster
County Senior Citizens Chorus
will perform Thursday and Mayor
James Brandle, UNL associate
professor of forestry, fisheries and
wildlife, will speak on "Great Plains
Forestry - Today and Tomor
row," as part of the Center for
Great Plains Studies Seminar
Series today at 3:30 p.m. in St.
Mark's-on-the-Campus, 13th and
Miguel Carranza, UNL associate
professor of sociology, will speak
on "The Chicano Presence in the
Plains," Feb. 7, 1985, at 3:30 p.m.
at St. Mark's.
The Futurist Awards contest
asks students to look 25 years
into the future and write three
essays of up to 500 words each.
Two of the essays are to be writ
ten about significant develop
ments in two of the following '
areas: computers, energy, elec
tronic communications, biomedical
technology, marine systems or
aerospace. In the third essay,
entrants are asked to write about
the social impact of technological
Honeywell's contest is open to
all full-time undergraduate and
graduate students at any accre
dited college in the United States.
Ten first-place essays will earn
$2,000 and an opportunity to
work for Honeywell next summer.
Second-place winners each will
receive $250 and 10 honorable
mention winners each will receive
Completed essays msut be post
marked no later than Dec. 31.
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Honeywell Corp. wants to find
out what college students think
the world will be like in the year
The Bennett Martin Public Lib
rary, 14th and N streets, and all
branches of the Lincoln city li
brary system including the book
mobile will be closed on Dec. 24
and 25 for the holidays.
The libraries also will be closed
on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1, 1935, for
the New Year's holiday.
$2 50 minimum charge par day on commercial ads.
Ten words included.
$2 00 minimum charge per day on individual student
and student organization ads.
$ 75 billing charge on noncommercial ads. All
personal ads must be prepaid.
NO REFUNDS ON PRE-PAID ADS.
NO RESPONSIBILITY ASSUMED FOR MORE THAN,
ONE INCORRECT INSERTION.
FOUND ads may be submitted free of charce.
1 p.m. day before publication (Monday through
The Daily Ntbraskan will not knowingly accept help
wanted ads tiom businesses that are not equal
Brian C (FH)
A semester of dance class with you has been
wonderful. You really are a nice guy inside and
out. Hope we can dance together forever. You
truly are a kitten.
A dance partner
P S. Reply via personals
OH AD STAFF,
You have made me proud. I'm so glad to have had all
of you with me this year to make puppy fly.
BA The big bear
OCB My Secretary of Defense
SS -f My co-opertive friend . .
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I've been reading your gripping stories corxemig
the diverse and complex aspects of agriculture. Your
intellectual ability is second only to your journalistic
Bessy the Cow (East Campus)
To the girl standing naked in the Delta Gamma
We've been in love with you for weeks.
Pound 10. Cornerroom
Sorry to see you go to Boulder. Without you, who
will 9ind be able to ignore? Seventh floor just won't be
the 'fout electronic football.
Curt, Jean, Becker, Sheila, and the Miracle Mets in
Hopefully you won't have me to kick around next
semester, but that's not in my hands. Thanks for being
great friends, and let's PARTY the 26lhl
Rocko and Mushface:
Best of luck in Florida and in your careers. I'm
coming down if the Huskers ever make the Orange
God Bless Willie, Rob, Kathy, Christie, Deme. Berts,
Mary, Tom. Kelly. D.D.. Bink. Michiela. Mike. Bob.
Mark, Lisa, Mom, Dad, Jim, Paul, Ann, Sue. Joe.
Knuckles, My motorcycle, and all my relatives, and
friends. Good night to Jesus.
LHtavG "un RIND stiudulH
If you want to take to the slopes--or the beach-yet get
a head start on classes over Christmas vacation;
If you're having trouble fitting your class and work
schedules together, or need courses for graduation ;
If you must leave campus for some reason next sem
ester, but want to continue your education:
College independent study, offered by the Uni
versity of Nebraska-Lincoln Division of Continu
ing Studies, may be for you. For information call
472-1926, or visit room 269 in the Nebraska Center
for Continuing Education, 33rd and Holdrege.
UNL does not discriminate in ' its
academic, admissions or employment
programs, and abides by all federal
regulations pertaining to same.
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DP - Good Good
DJ Want some coffee
BG - Let's do the binky
SA Thanks for the grey
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Hello, my name ia Paul. And I have rvever (in my
college career) gotten one of those "Let's meet
personals. So I'm writing to myself. Here It is:
Hey guy with the snot hanging out of your nose. You
were walking by the library on Tuesday with toilet
paper stuck on your shoe. My eyes met mine and I
thought to myself. It waa meant to be. Would like to get
to know me better.
Signed. Paul (me)
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Lisa, Bev, & Oi Di (ON Receptionists).
Thanks tor making this semester a really fun
one. I've enjoyed every minute of working with
you guys and am going to miss you tonsl
Love ya, Cheryl
P.S. We'll bring Ben down to meet you next fall!)
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The year is winding down. Buy that special
friend the gift they'll love but would never ask
for. Cookies from Cookies N Cream. One
dozen regularly $4.95. Pre-Christmas Special
this week only. $3.95 per dozen. Choose from
Le Metro Food Ct.
Garden Level Atrium
When you visit Naw Orfsans,
come discover The Jackson
Brewery, a spectacular river
fmni marketplace of iiragi
mth's shops and resmsnts
in the heart of the French
Jackson Square and the
Seven days and nights a
week, you'll enjoy six Eoors
of tempteiions! Esciliag
feshions, jmvdry, sccessor
fes, Hs and more! Even
the Jiiblee Market, mkiM
p'jshcarSs of arts, crafls and
cciectatles. Skippkg has
nsvtr been so ir.uch fca!
It's a dslldons tour from
top to bottom! Sitraordi
nary resfeisraats and charm
ing cafes. Inviting people
places with breathtaking
views. Entertainment in the
spirit cf New Orleans. And
- i i Mm
JAXFEST a Hot Orleans
fxd fesihil every day of
the year. JAXFEST is a ccl
fectisa of Nor Odeass' best,
servtig succdent seafood,
spicy c&jun and Creole spc
chl&s and much cert!
At The Jackson Brewery,
the festival never ends.
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