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Tuesday, March 18, 1986
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WE NOW DELIVER OFF CAMPUS ALSOI
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HOURS: 5:00-1:00 Monday-Thursday, 5:00-2:00 Friday,
Noon-2:00 Saturday, Noon-1 :00 Sunday
LIMITED DELIVERY AREA
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Good now through April 13th
UNL lieutenant says
Meadow lane Shopping Center
70th and Vine
ALCOHOL from Page 1
L'NL Police Lt. Ken Cauble said that
alcohol has long been banned from
But, he said, "students still carry a
couple of 12 packs up the back stairs,
(of their dorms) once in awhile."
If problems arise, Cauble said, UNL
police take down the names of those
involved,make a report and then inform
the housing authorities. Cauble said
UNL police usually do not formally
arrest people smuggling alcohol onto
The no-alcohol policy applies to both
dorms and Greek houses.
Even though Greek houses are on
city property and residence halls are on
state property, UNL police enforce the
policy in the same manner because
students should be treated fairly and
equally under the policy, Cauble said.
A law or policy allowing students of
legal age to consume alcohol in the
privacy of their rooms might alleviate
some problems for housing authorities,
said Cauble. But it probably would
bring about more alcohol problems
than already exist, he said.
"We'd like to prevent the results of
alcohol abuse," he said. "Although our
THEIR 1906 PHOTO CONTEST
More information, and entry forms can be aquired
in Room 200, City Union.
Deadline for entry is April 7, 1906
Hard Shell Tacos
& Bean Burritosv:
At all Lincoln locations
Offer ends Sat, March 29th
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Are those long
walks to class
wearing on your
Dr. Paul Klawitter and Associates of
THINK OF YOUR FOOT FUNCTIONING VERY
SIMILAR TO THE FRONT END OF YOUR CAR.
When your car's out of alignment
The tires wear out
Uneven stress is placed on the frame
The steering wheel begins to shake
Soon the car functions so badly, you can't drive it
THE MISALIGNED FOOT DOES THE SAME THING.
Pressures develop and trouble starts immediately
Bones move against bones
Ligaments become stretched
Soon the entire alignment of your entire body is faulty
SYMPTOMS OF FAULTY FOOT FUNCTION
localized foot pain
then bunions, corns, and calluses
before long, pain in the knees
hip pain, leg cramps.
and even neck pain-headaches
YOU JUST HURT ALL OVER!
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Call Dr. Paul Klawitter and Associates at The Foot Clinic
for free consultation or exam through the month of April.
We are not listed under podiatrist in the yellow pages but
under physician D.P.M.
600 N. Cotner
with a Campus Rec Class
April 1-May 1 Children's Swimming lessons T&Th 7:00-7:45 p.m. 5 wks.
Cost: $18 Deadline: March 25 Instructors: M, Morosin K. Hofacre
April 14-30 Beginning Golf M & W 4:00-6:00 p.m. 3 wks.
Cost: $25 Deadline: April 7 Instructor: Stan Campbell
April 15-May 1 Lifeguard Course T6Th 5:00-8:00 p.m. & Sat. 4 19 9:30 12:30
Cost: $10 Deadline: April 7 Instructor: Mike Morosin
April 2 Bike Touring, Wednesday, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Cost: $3 Deadline: March 31 Instructor: Bill Swearingen
April 9 Bike Maintenance, Wednesday, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Cost: $3 Deadline: April 2 Instructor: Greg Dunbar
April 16 Bike Racing, Wednesday, 7:00-9:00 p.m.,
Cost: $3 Deadline: April 9 Inst ructor: Dave Cech
April 19 Sky Diving Ground School, Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Cost $60 Deadline: April 14 Taught by: Lincoln Sport Parachute Club
April 23 Bicycles Simplified, Wednesday, 7:00 9:00 p.m.
Cost: No Charge Deadline: April 2 1 Instructor: Chris Sonderup
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: (
OFFICE OF CAMPUS RECREATION
1740 VINE STREET. LNCOLN. NE 6S5S3-C601. (402) 472-3467
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL)
Name of Class:
Meeting DatesTimes: Fee Enclosed'.
Status: Student Faculty Staff Immediate Family Other
Return to: Office of Campus Recreation, 1740 Vine St, Lincoln, NE 68S83-0601
alcohol policy is restrictive by nature,
it is a protective policy, like the scat
Alcohol abuse on campus is severe
at times, Cauble said.
"We've had dorm and frat students
be treated in the (University) Health
Center for alcohol overdose," which is
similar to poisoning, he said. "A person
could die from drinking too much."
But, Cauble said, he has seen a posi
tive change in students' attitudes
toward alcohol on campus. He said
some Greek houses have had social
functions that emphasize fun without
COOKIES from Page 1
box, depending on how many boxes it
sells, Moser said.
But the object of the cookie" sale is
not to see who can sell the most, Moser
said. The girls concentrate on personal
and troop goals. For example, a scout
gets a T-shirt for selling 150 boxes.
Also, selling as a troop helps scouts
think in collective terms, Moser said,
because they know the more they work,
the more money the troop has for
Cookie sales also familiarize the
girls with business practices and
responsibility in handling money, Moser
"It's an excellent learning tool," she
UNL will be host of the 10th annual
Modern Language Fair on Thursday.
The fair is sponsored by the UNL Depart
ment of Modern Languages and Litera
ture and the Nebraska Department of
Dr. Walter Centuori, vice chairman
of modern languages, said about 1,100
students from across the state are
expected to participate.
Students will compete in activities
such as drama and poetry reading, folk
dancing, poster making and other
activities using French, German and
Roberto Vargas, Nicaraguan diplo
mat and poet, will be in Lincoln today
and Wednesday as part of Central
Sponsored by the Central American
Response Team of Nebraskans for Peace,
Vargas will speak at a graduate seminar
Tuesday, 3:30 p.m., in Oldfather 638.
Tha Latin American Solidarity Com
mittee will also sponsor a brown bag
luncheon in the Regency Suite, Ne
braska Union at noon Wednesday.
For more information, all Nebras
kans for Peace, 475-4620.
A 19-year-old man was arrested early
Sunday morning for trespassing twice
in Abel Hall.
A woman awoke about 4 a.m. to find
a man standing in her room, police
said. The man turned and left and the
resident notified the housing staff. The
staff called police.
When police arrived, the man, who is
not a UNL student, was allegedly tres
passing in another 7th floor room.
Police said nothing was taken from
Other incidents reported Sunday:
12:31 a.m. False fire alarm in Abel
Hall. First floor fire alarm box was
3:40 a.m. Two car accident re
ported between 15th and 16th on S
street. No injuries reported.
4:06 a.m. Receiver reported stolen
from the emergency phone at 14th and
New Hampshire streets.
1:32 p.m. Rear window louver
reported stolen from a car in GE
metered parking lot north of Abel Hall.
3:43 p.m. Wallet reported stolen
from a car in parking area 23 at 16th
and W streets.
11:23 p.m. Window reported
broken at Henzlik Hall.
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