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Warmer Nitlonal Weather Service Forecasts tor Eastern Nebraska Tonight: Cloudy. Saturday: Cloudy. Past 24 hours: High Low Next 24 hours: High Low Full Weather on Page 20 LINCOLN EVENING JOURNAL 104 'rH YEAR MARKET CLOSES Two Pages and Nebraska Slate Journal LINCOLN, KUIDAV, 15 1971 SPORTS MARKET FINAL TF.X CKMS POIJJ riON: Sow Game Nebraska is now playing an new ball in the air pollution control field, the State Air Pollution Control Council has been informed. Story on Page 5 No Strike, Just a Ball Rdicl Iiito Lcbanoii Followed by Protest to U.N. UPI TELEPHOTO President Richard Nixon reacts as a snowball lands near him as he arrives at the of Nebraska campus.

The President scoops up the snowball and tosses it back into the crowd. Cold Feet a Snowball, Wild Clieeriiiii Part of Nixon Visit Cold feet, eardrum-shattering cheering and a presidential fight are among the memories those who came Thursday to see and hear President Nixon will have in future years. The snowball came arching out of the crowd of students awaiting the arrival outside the University of Nebraska iseum. It missed, though, falling harmlessly in front of Nixon. Displaying some of the form of the N'U quarterbacks he had come to possibly what he had learned by throwing out the first ball of the baseball picked up the hunk of snow and tossed it back into the crowd in the direction it had originally come from.

The President and his party they hurried into the coliseum, where they were greeted by a mostly young, mostly wildly enthusiastic horde. The audience already had warmed up its screaming ability on Coach Bob Devaney, and it needed the warming iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiititiii Story is combined efforts of news team of Roger Hirsch, Seolt Hoober, Tom Keith and Bob Nelson. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiitii after a long, cold wait in front of the coliseum. Wail President Nixon scheduled to arrive until 2:30 p.m., and the rest of the program only started 2, but a large crowd already had gathered is front of the coliseum by 12:30, half an hour before the doors were opened. They their feet to keep and apolitically came to said one girl) waited to get inside.

Three doors finally were opened, and some 8,000 students and faculty memibers trickled through, showing their ID cards as they went. time I go to see the President, remind me to wear two pairs of one NU student muttered. The only political moment during the long wait came when an unidentified protest group handed out flyers headed, to the Big The sheet described the antiwar movement as a football game between Imperial Tech and The People. The sheet provided tips on getting into the coliseum as a group and sitting on the main floor. The tactics worked, for 15-20 anti-war and anti-draft protesters did manage to sit together directly in front of the dais.

By United Press International Israeli commandos struck 28 miles into Lebanon by land and by sea Friday and destroyed an Arab guerrilla coastal base complex used to send frogmen and weapons into Israel, military spokesmen reported in Tel Aviv. Lebanon protested to the U.N. Security Council against the four-hour strike near the ancient Phoenician port of Sidon, called the attack politically motivated and said it could destroy the Middle East cease-fire. The attack, 32 miles south of Beirut, was the deepest strike since Israelis attacked the Beirut airport on Dec. 28,1968.

In Washington, Secretary of State William P. Rogers said the Israeli strike does not affect the overall situation in any Has Police Crisis New York Thousands of policemen refused to go out on their beats Friday in a pay dispute with the city. With the wildcat job action in progress two military recruiting stations were struck by bombs and patrolmen in the districts involved responded promptly to the calls. There was no indication that the bombings had any connection with the job action. Patrolmen in all five roughs were refusing to leave their station houses but said they would respond to emergencies.

A union official estimated that of the day shift was not manning the beats. Mayor John V. Lindsay, refusing to discuss the possibility of asking for the National Guard, said the safety of the city and its 8 million inhabitants was being protected. Detectives and superior officers were helping provide essential patrols. There was no immediate indication of increases in crime or disturbances of any type.

The bombings occurred at military recruiting in the Bronx and Harlem. A recruiting sergeant and a building superintendent were injured in one of the blasts in a building in the Bronx. The other explosion, in an Air Force recruiting station in Harlem caused no injuries and little damage. There was no exact count of how many of the member force were refusing lo go on patrol. Normally, 2,500 patrolmen work the midnight to 8 a.m.

shift and 5,000 are on duty on the shift that starts at 3 a.m. Lindsay conferred with top police officials at City Hall and ordered around-the-clock negotiations with unions representing the police, firemen and sanitationmen, all of whose contracts expired on Jan. 1. At Criminal G)urt, it was reported tihat arrests in requiring court arraignments fell off Thursday night. way, that it was particularly and that he was too over the outlook for a further extension of the cease-fire agreement.

There were conflicting reports from Beirut and Tel Aviv on on effectiveness of the raid, Israel said the attackers moving in by boat and by helicopter killed at least 10 terrorists and wounded many more. The guerrillas said the raid was repulsed and they flicted of casualties on the Israelis. UPI correspondent Abdul VV. Hajjaj said the home of Al Fatah Abou Youssef was dynamited by the Israelis, smashing windows. He said there wre reports the Israeli.s made rocket attacks on guerrilla storage caves and other strongpoints.

The Lebanese cabinet met in emergency session which was "by a meeting of the National Security Council Foreign Khalil Aboud Hamad said Israel mounted the attack to bring about a further deterioration of the Mideast situation and prevent implementation of the Security Council resolution ordering Israel to withdraw from captured territories. Israeli newspapers said the midnight raid hit a base complex near the coastal town of Sarafand and its Mediterranean harbor of Ras E-Shak. In a steep-sided valley leading to Sarafand they blew up two houses and a bivouac tent camp, hillside caves and supply bunkers, waging fierce machine gun and grenade firelights with the pinned down guerrillas. At the Ras E-Shak jetty, another element of the raidmg force blasted the harbor's guerrilla base and a moored raft that carried a rocket launcher believed intended for attacks against Israeli coastal cities. University of Nebraska Cornhusker co-captains Jerry (from right) and Dan Selineiss shared the stage with NU football coach Bob STAFF PHOTO BY WEB RAY Devaney (left) when President Nixon presented a pla((Lie recognizing The Big Red as the No.

1 football team. Story on Page 14. Student Reaction During Visit Pleases All The President presented the NU football team with a plaque for being No. 1 in the nation, but his real awards came later when he, and others, praised the reception given him by the University of Nebraska student body. In recent times when President Richard Nixon has addressed large campus audiences, the actions and reactions of those groups have not always been the best, according to White.

House officials, but no such complaints were generated by the NU appearance Thursday afternoon. The President had nothing but good things to say about the football team, the coach, the campus, and the throng of students who cheered his speech and jeered the few hecklers. Applause Lines i 0 VV a well received better, in fact, than on any campus since he took office, White House sources said. The President, who stopped in Lincoln on a flight back to Washington from southern California, told five newsmen traveling aboard his jet he feels his audience listened carefully to his words. Alluding to the fact he was interrupted only once by applause, when he talked about seeking a generation of Nixon said his address 15 Up 1.18 Provided handout provided Humor But the more humor than protest.

For example, the Imperial Tech team roster included such choice items as Army Intelligence and CIA. End: Not in sight. Center: No one will actually play this position as the entire team lines up to the Imperial best scorContinued: Page 6. Col. 2 The stock market closed higher Friday, Dow Jones averages showing 30 industrials up 2.,39 to 845.70, 20 trans up 1.08 to 179.53 and 15 utilities up 1.18 to 126.69.

Ready foi- Los Angeles Tate murder trial came to an end after seven months EYiday with the state telling the jury that the beautiful actress and the seven other victims were crying from their graves for justice against Charles Manson and three female codefendants. The case was to go to the jury late EYiday afternoon after final instructions by Superior Court Judge Charles H. Older. BE SURE TO HEAD Sgl. Hutto Cleared Second Charles Hutto, cleared by an Army' court-martial board of blame in the alleged My Lai massacre, calls the verdict good for the Army and military Prokop Pay Regarding a January pay warrant for NU Regent Robert Prokop, State Treasurer Wayne Swanson says he will be guided by an opinion from the attorney general 5 6 Savings on Cars There are 15 ways to cut costs on buying from 5 to Sylvia Porter says in the last of five articles on how consumers can make smart purchases HJiP 18 IMSIDK Y(H LL AI.SO HM) Landers 12 Leg.

Calendar .6 Stocks 20 Births 12Legislature ..........6 Sylvia Porter ..13 Comics .26 Lincoln News .6,19 Television ........21 Crossword 26 Living Today Theater ...9 Daily Record ,22 Markets To Do .9 Deaths .21 Movies ...................9 Want Ads 2-25 Editorial .4 New's Weather .20 Emergency Nos. 9 Nebraska News 6,19 News 11-13 Horoscope ..................21 World News .2,3,17 Legal Notices ,22 Sport News ..15,16 Paper Route Opening Wig Ulearance w'as not written with applause lines in mind. be interrupted 35 times when I give my State of he said, it mean a Obviously pleased by his reception on the NU campus, which has been relatively free of student unrest, the President said he kept looking, as he talked, at a bearded young man in crowd. was a President said, explaining the man had bobbed his head approvingly at key points, am sure I got through to that The President the only person pleased with campus- reaction to his visit. Chancellor B.

Varner said he thought the students Ele said he wanted to tell the people of Nebraska that the university takes great pride in the overwhelming student reaction, and is reason for the people of this state to be proud of them, Varner was politely critical of the public tendency to brand all students by the acts of a handful, noting has been much too much said and implied the last eight month.s about student irresponsibility in our E'ootball coach Bob Devaney, the only to draw longer and louder applause than the President, said he was pleased the way the students reacted, both to our being presented the plaque and to the address Slinlciils manner in which they acted meant a lot to me. There have been some institutions where they haven't been that way when the President And while everyone was complimenting the students on their behavior, they too had a reaction to the President's brief visit to their campus. Perhaps the loudesi, if not most accepted, reaction came from the two student leaders Continued: Page 6, Col. 5 EPA Art May Bring DDT Ban One Stop Grocery, meats, baked goods, beverages. 11th Get lined up now for next newspaper route opening near home.

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off Uhrislinas Decorations. Flowers, 1133 No. Cotncr From News Wires a i 0 The Ei! i ronmental Protection (ElPAi EYiday announced it is beginning action that could lead to a ban on all uses of the pesticide DDT, The EPA action was in the form of a notice canceling federal registration for all remaining uses of the DDT. William D. Rm'kelsihaus, EIPA administrator, also announced that his agency will conduct an irTtensive 60-day review beginning Jan.

18 to determine if DDT and a powerful weed-killer. 2, 4, 5-T, should be suspended immediately as an to human health. A cancellation notice does not mean that marketing of a product is halted. Companies may continue selling chemicals, in event of an appeal a manufacturer, until the appeal is resolved. Elad a su.spension order been issued, marketing of DDT would have to cease until the appeal wa.s resolved.

Ruckelshaus said the action was in full compliance with an order last week by the U.S. Court of for the District of Columbia. Bank tills Prime Rale Ajsaiii New York First National City Bank of New York, one of the largest. Friday touched off the second quarter-point reduction in the prime rate of interest in nine days. First National City lowered the maximum interest it charges its most creditworthy customers, chiefly corporations, to from effective immediately.

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