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Monday, March 17, 1986
Windows on 14 cars were reportedly 1:48 p.m. Wallet reported stolen
smashed Friday and Saturday, said from the men's locker room at Mabel
university police. Lee Hall.
Stereo equipment was reported 5 p.m. A UNL student was arrested
stolen from eight of those vehicles, at Love Library after allegedly tearing
police said. A make up case was also pages from a magazine and trying to
reported stolen. pass through the electronic security
Police said one person or group of gate,
people is probably responsible for the 6:15 p.m. A UNL football player
thefts. A case containing cassette tapes was arrested for assault after allegedly
was reported stolen from one car and hitting another football player follow-
was recovered in another vehicle that ing an argument,
had also been broken into, police said. 11:20 p.m. Window reported
Wednesday broken from the trailer at the Lied Cen-
Eleven reels of 16mm film were ?' for Performing Art construction
packed in a box and left in a hall. They ;., rfia
were taken some time between 10:30 o Jo n v
a.m. and 7:30 a.m. . 8:? - Po 1( recovered a vehi-
cle with license plates reported stolen
Thursday by the Omaha Police Department. Veh-
1:50 p.m. Football training film icle was impounded,
valued at $2,000 was reported stolen 5:44 a.m. Bulletin Board in Cather
from South Stadium. Hall lobby reported torn down.
8:01 a.m. Yard light on north side 1 1:25 a.m. License plates reported
of Wick Alumni Center reported broken, stolen from a vehicle In Parking Area 2
9:29 a.m. Someone reportedly at 19th and Vine streets,
drove onto the grass and ran over a 7:54 p.m. License plates reported
small lawn tree on the grounds north of stolen from a vehicle in the metered
the College of Law. parking lot east of the Nebraska Union.
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"Through the Looking Glass:
A Christian and His Self Image"
Hear: Dr. Larry Banta
of Creighton University Medical Center
March 18 at 7:00 p.m.
City Union (room will be posted)
Lecture will deal with stress, guilt, depression
& anxiety among other topics.
For more information, call 475-0398
Sponsored by College-Career Christian Fellowship
CE 17-APRIL 4
All students who register during the early registration
period, March 17-April 4, 1986, will receive class priority
for the choice of courses if their registration worksheets
and course request forms are completed and returned to
the Office of Registrations and Records, Window 2, 208
209 Administration Building, according to the following
1 . Graduate students and students of senior rank (89 or
more credit hours on record at the end of the second
semester . 1985-86), by 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 19.
2. Students with 53 or more credit hours by 4 p.m. Friday
3. Students with fewer than 53 credit hours by 3 p.m.
Friday, April 4.
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May 19-July 11
July 14 August 15
Summer Sessions Class Schedules and Registration
Packets are available in 208-209 Administration.
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