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Wendy Wagner, a senior communications studies ma
jor, and Ed Wiley, a senior mathematics major, are
congratulated after being named UNL Homecoming
King and Queen Saturday._
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Omaha, then it’s a sham,” O’Brien
Other regents pointed out that last
month the board agreed the consult
ant’s charge should not be skewed
toward a particular solution.
Regent Charles W ilson of Lincoln
said telling consultants to address the
possibility of a separate college vio
lated that board guideline.
He said consultants also should
look at separate colleges in other parts
of the state.
“Why not put that in as well as the
Omaha engineering college sugges
tion?” Wilson asked.
Both Skrupa’s and Wilson’s
amendments failed. The original, non
specific proposal passed.
J.B. Milliken, corporation secre
tary for the board, said even though
the charge did not include a specific
reference to a separate college in
Omaha, the consultants were aware of
Milliken said he hoped the con
sultants could conclude their study in
a few months.
The consultants are: Donald
Langenberg, chancellor of the Uni
versity of Maryland System; James
Halligan, president of New Mexico
State University; Charles James,dean
of the College of Engineering and
Applied Science at the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukce; and John
Christian, vice president of Stone and
Webster Engineering Corporation.
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Nebraska Legislature, in light of cur
rent budget restrictions.
“They’ll ask how we can find the
money to spend on this,” Benes said.
Spanier said much of the money
for the project would come from funds
left over from last year’s budget.
“the money is in the bank for
this,” he said. “It will not take away
from any other program.”
Silhacek also said the park would
reduce parking on the University of
Ncbraska-Lincoln campus and force
more students to park away from cam
pus at night.
Brian Kubik, speaker of the Asso
ciation of Students of the University
of Nebraska senate, said ASUN was
not opposed to campus beautifica
tion, but he said building the park was
not practical right now.
Spanier said the lot was not for
student parking anyway and remov
ing it would not displace student traf
Spanier said the university’s ac
quisition of the Union Insurance Build
ing on 14th Street alone would add
103 parking spaces.
Construction of North Plaza Park
should begin in April and be complet
ed by August, according to the chan
In other business, the board:
• Approved a $811,000 project to
replace the sound system at Memorial
• Approved $739,825 to make re
pairs and improvements in the Uni
versity Health Center, Nebraska
Unions, the Nebraska Bookstore and
university housing facilities.
Also, the board was told the pres
idential search committee narrowed
the list of candidates to replace Mar
tin Massengale to eight people.
Regent Nancy O’ Brien, chairwom
an of the committee, said arrange
ments were being made for the re
gents to interview candidates this
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