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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1985)
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liincoln liGo cxul lime
'invites yon to attend its
rem Cz Mineral Show
Maxell IS, 17, 1005
Agriculture Kail Nebraska State Fairgrounds
Students with I D.... $1.00
Senior Citizens with ID $1.00
Under 6, free with adult.
. Last year, lClh railed lscurl fin
ished third behind Ncfcrs&a, but Tig
Coach Charles Jaeotssa said the Lig
Eight race is going to be tiht. If all the
teams ere hltti3 their events, It cculd
cose down to who makes the crucial
mistake, he said.
Jacobsoa said he has four good all
aroundsrs in senior Lisa llybcrger,
35.65 average, sophomore Val Erickson,
175 snd sophomore Grctchea Schmidt,
who is ranked third in tha conference
with a 37.25.
Jacobsoa said the teem Is going for
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A college Ministry of Indian Hilts community Church, Lincoln, Nebraska
i:.zrch 15: "Doubt"
t'zrch 15: Spring Banquet at IHCC
fJIsrch 22: Howard Hendricks at IHCC
ci the Ui 'L Union
Friday nights, 7:30 p.m.
John 1:23 .
5 PL! to 11 PM'
T. PADDY'S SPECIAL
2crs on Burgero
Buy one get one FREE
HAPPY HOUR 6 to 8
Irish drink specials all night long
B & THE HOT NOTES
FrL Sl Sat. 9-Close Sun. 7-10-30
246 North IStfeStmt
Hcvo Yea Checked our Food Prices Lately?
FOOD 4 LESS is the food store that brought low food prices to Lincoln.
You'll always spend less at Food 4 Less.
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tha B?3 Eisli t!t!3 bccsi U tlttzfy
hn Qaslificd for &o KCAA kck!s ca
. !.!:rch CO.
Iowa UzU nd Oklahoma State are
the crJy cth ex ha!a thsi ft! J women's
gymnastics tssss. Ehtun, ascphessore
is ranked f.h in ths conference all
around for Oklahoma Stsie. Iowa State
has two gymnasts, Tracy Eamien and
Ana Lohnann, ranked in the floor exe
rise and cne, Kathy Ed'A-ards, ia the
vault. The Cyclones do not have a tll-
aremdor ia the top 10.
bra State Assistant Coach Mike vised by the Sp
pics said he hopes his team can work.
break the 170 nark. He said the team is ,
'qk?,. and he hepd thry wodd hive
a C.3C-J time and learn Crcm the expe
rience cf competing ia a hl$ meet.
The competition tcri'ht and Sat'
day begins at 7:30. Tickets are 52 for
students and 53 for adults. The team
title will be dedded toni;t, while the
individual titles will be decided Satur-
Walton said ha hepej to brealc the
conference attendance record, which
r-r 9. CS.X The meet will be tele-
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The Nebraska men's tennis team
improved its season record to 3-5 with a
9-0 victory over Kearney State at the
Bob Devancy Sports Center Thuri:y.
The victory snapped a four-match los
The Ikskers travel to Colorado
Springs, Colo., for a dual with the Air
Force Academy today before meeting
Colorado College Saturdsy.
Nebraska's tentative line-up:
Singles No. 1 Jim Carson (2 6),
No. 2 Mike Marsh (1-7), No. 3 Ridge
Smidt (6-2), No. 4 Pat Carson (4-4), No.
5 Levi DeGuzmaa (4-4) and No. 6 Mark
Doubles No. 1 Carson-Carson (4
4), No. 2 Smidt-Marsh (fc3) and No. 3
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Over 103 tm,m$ parttcipstin from
tizhwika, tswa, Kansas tnsS South
Dakota. tizhr&rJka teams ire?!ude
Omaha, Linccln, Fremont, Grand
IsSaiy &. Hastlfflis, Sss them p!aw
March 16 & 17
Lss-Sst. Si Sitn.
Lincoln Higfr Sst. & Sun.
Knight Field Horns-Sun
Hf srty !p-p!e tru to step Maxk Yoss,l o the Hessra defeated
Abel 9, 3-53 c$ th UNL Cellseosi Tbursdsy nlht.
Tourney finish 'disappoints 'golf coach
.After a 'disappointing' finish at the from the north," Eomjsie said. "Some
New Orleans Isvitatics the Nebraska teas have been practicing all year."
men's golfteaaa hopes to rebound nest . Mike Schuchsit, Bryaa Hughett, and
week st the Arizona Invitational and Curi. Tate lead the team into tne ir
the Conquistador InvitstioRaL team Arizona tcumment in Tucson.
"I ws3 net very hsm with oar play Isdcded ia the field are tkird-renked
i . in New (Means," men's ' golf ce&di Oklahoma and host Alisons. The Coa-
! Larry Esr'j said. 'Te should have qdstador tournament, also ia Tucson,
been trim or fourth." has 25 teasss entered.
Tha zm finished twelfth ml of 18 "We ksve ca experienced teia .
teams. ' No" one played well, Eojss we shodd be ebie to ccsie bac&,"
said. It was the team's first tourossseat Bosie 'Ine weather this year is
sine October. bsitcr thst the past, but it is hard to
"We Ere at a real disadhrsstsse being esse bade qdckly."
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