The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 15, 1985, Image 1

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Friday, March 15, 1G35
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Vol. 84 No. 124
Vesiftcn Continued sunny and warm today, but
windy vith a high of CO (1CC). Partly cloudy
tonight with a low of 35 (2C). Slight chancs of rain
on Saturday with a high of 54 (12C). Sunny on
Sunday with a high of 53 (12C).
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By Ger.3 Gentnip
Staff Reporter
"I wsr.t to install good communication and
get a working relationship because it is going to
be a diversified body," he said.
"Beating the closest competition by that bit of
a margin is great," he said. "I think it shows
what people think of theTarget Party and what it
stands fcr. It was a great campaign. The numbers
gave me a good feeling knowing students are
Keating, who said he was notified about 3 a.m. behind my beliefs."
Thursday that he had won a narrow victory over
A strong last-ir'?.ute campaign effort and a
"higherthan usual" voter turnout on East Cam
pus were key factors in Wednesday's ASUN elec
tions, ASUH's new president-elect Gerard Keat
ing ssid.
Kevin Goldstein cf Change, said a lste Wednes
day meeting with Target supporters proved to be
effective in winning the election.
"We told our senators at 4:30 to get out and
campaign hard," Keating said. "Whether we won
or lost would be determined in the next three
Keating said he thought Look had the early
lead, but the afternoon meeting made the
But Keating said Target's work is not done.
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lie complaint
By Gene Gentrup
Senior Eepsrter
"We were expecting the race to go either The Change and Look parties on Thursday
way," he said. "We knew Target would win when filed a request to "annul" Wednesday's ASUN
we went out late in the day." election results.
Keating said he remained uncertain about .Kevin Goldstein of the Cbnge Party snd Eric
winniits even sftsr the polls closed, but ssM hz Lane of the Look Party submitted a ccmpUdnt to
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ASUN Prcs!dsEt-clsc$ Eesttes th to sftcr election fdn.
, i? ' ,A , , , , , , site Wednesday, the reportstated, "multiple bai-
' The election results showed why he had rea- iotSwereissusd," "additional ballots were given
son to worry. Keitog captured 40.3 percent of request," ar.d "thumbs were not checked."
the vote and Goldstein 30 percent. If Keating
had won by less than a 10 percent margin, he Goldstein said the Change and Look parties
would have been forced into a "run off ' election were not making any accusations against the
with Goldstein. electoral commission or the Target Party.
In addressing Target's supporters after the "It's just a set of real unusual circumstances
victory announcement, Keating said the victory that could change the election results," Gold-
"wasn't just for myself. stein said.
"The victory ms for the entire party and I ,ASUN president-elect Gerard Keying won
couldn't have done it without their support," he Wednesday s election with 10.3 percent more
said. "They'll always have a place in the party." votes than his closest competitor, Goldstein of
the Change Party. A victory with less than a 10
Keating said his first duty as ASUN president percent margin would have forced a "run-off'
will be to get "everybody in order to represent election.
students in the most effective way." Continued cn Page 2
WRC loses $3,400
Six tmwerslMi organizations
hit with ASUN ' budget cuts
Earlier in the meeting, Boss David- eger, said the money had been ear-
son, CFA committee member who pro- marked to cover the printing costs of
posed all of the ether amendments to adding one extra page of news per
The ASUN Senate approved the Urd- the UPFF proposal, said he opposed issue for the remainder of the spring
versity Programs and Facilities Fees student fees going to the WRC because semester, and one additional page for
the organization eld not equally cres- each issue or tne bummer Necr&sK&n.
appropriation Wednesday, after cutting
more than $12,000 from six student-,
funded university agencies and totally
eliminating one agency's operating
The ASUM Ccmmi'ctee for Fees Allo
cation originally had proposed a 1835
3 acsdemic year UPFF charge cf mora
'than $100 per student, per semester,
irut citcr Wefeesdsy's revisions the
UPFF charge will be $183 per stu
dent, per semester a $4.18 increase
The Women's Resource Center and
the Daily Ksbraskan suffered the
deepest cuts from the budgs review.
s;r.'.t3v:tci to c-i 13,400 frcm the
Ncbra:ha U::n hi vich gzz to
tha V.;X, zV.-. l;:itirg C cf th? crrirJ-
proposed the amendment to the sppro
priatisn till, sdd alleged "lesbian
activity" within the center made the
cr-anization unapproac&abl3 Tor most Daily Msrssicsn m spnng. uaniei
UNL women. Shattil, Daily Kcbraskan general man-
er.t both sides cf issues dsaling with
women. .
Jan Deeds, coordinator cfthe WEC,
said the orgmisitlon now has funds'
only to pay salaries. She said the cut
ting cf funds is an Ineffective wsy to
attempt to caangs the WEC's policy,
and it shows that "ths senators don't
know how the WSC cpsrates."
They want cur services to improve,"
Deeds said, "but they've taken away
every means to do thst" '
Dec IjS'H f.u.3 !?'t krer v hrl t
tut ni7 1 fis an clzczzslr course cf
act;:?,, Vs r.C ? !:d l::t CO ten its
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CrA's r tD cM (3,CC3 to the
Dally Nebraskan's initial 123,183
request Tim Clare, CFA chairman, said
the additional money was proposed to
make up for lest advertising by the
Shattil said even without the money,
the paper will try to increase news con
tent, "as advertising permits".
Other organizations that lost fund-
UPC Executives- A ds
$1S2, which leaves them with $2,023, a
3.5-percent increase from last yes?. ..
Homecoming Committee A
decrease of $440, which leaves the::,
with $1,760, a 10-psrccr t increase from .
last year.
0 Funds Allocation Committee '
A decrease cf $1,500, which haves
them with $2,000, a 100-percsnt incrcce
from list year.
O Major Performing Arts Commit
tee a $1,000 decrease, which leaves
them with $28,000,- an 18.2-percent
increass from last year.
In ether action, the senate voted to
recognize Farm Action Concerns
Tomorrow's Society o an cScial stu
dent organization at UNL;-:v:-:?
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