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DAILY NEBRASKAN WANT AOS-can be placad in
room 34 Nabratka Union. Cost is $.08 par word,$1.00;
minimum. Paymant in advance only. Complimentary
adt may ba run only If arror la brought to tha Nebras
kan'i attention the business day after publication.
mdim m$& ad s
'64 Volktwagon In good condition.
Call 475-2923 after 6 p.m.
87 Dodge Coronet BOO, well cared ,
for, polyglatt tires, $900, call
'70 Camero. Rally tport, 360 Hyd.,
Air, AM-FM, Grey-Black vinyl
top, low mileage. 435-6100,
pr. AR 3A Speakers,
1969ChevellesS396. 35,000 miles.
'65 Dodge Coronet 2DHT. Power
steering, automatic. Red.
476-1041, 614 B. Leave
'64 Volkswagon bus, Best offer.
Phone 477-9380 anytime.
4 general Jet-air III 7.74 x 14 tires
on chrome wheels $75 Ford or
Plymouth 435-7769 after 2:30.
8-tracks and cassettes recorded
from your records and tapes.
Sound City Studios. 144 & 9th.
Sewing and alterations. Call Pat
Moore at 799-2615.
E E major repairing T.V.'s and
selling used sets. Reasonable
MCAT: Preparation for Medical
College Admissions Test. Review
and exam training. For,
Information write: GRADUATE
STUDIES CENTER. P.O. Box
' 386, New York, N.Y. 1001.
Pregnant? Who Cares We dol Call
1972 STUDENT JOB
OPPORTUNITY. BOOKLET for
Cape Cod and the Islands.
Complete list of business
requiring summer employees.
Send $2.00 to: STUDENT JOB
R.R. 1, Box 11-C, Orleans,
Mass., 02653. ; . . , '
Host or Hostess, 11:30 a.m.-1:30
p.m., M-F. Apply In person.
International House of Pancakes.
OVERSEAS JOBS FOR
STUDENTS: Australia, Europe,
S. America, Africa, etc. All
professions and occupations.
$700 tq $3,000 monthly.
Expenses paid. Overtime. Write
Jobs Oversea, Dept. D6 Box
1507, San Diego, Cat., 921 15.
Waitress 9 a.m. -"-6 p.m. M-F, Apply
in person International House of
Pancakes. 1435 a
Need agresslve men & women. For
new comapny. We train. Full or,
, part-time. Phone 432-0253 ext.
13 or 475-4772 Ext 10.
Wanted: Delivery boy with car.
Short hours. Apply at Hong
Kong Pizza King. 13th & Q.
JOBS ON SHIPSI MEN. WOMEN.
Perfect summer Job or career.
No experience required.
Excellent pay. World-wide
travel. Send $2.00 for
! C ) I 5& 5121 "0".STREET J
( -J AV Theye making a batch
(r right now! 4W1t
I A, , Donufc I
Mill T I 11 11 J i
if? 'iN ;
we- , a r n TRsXf
Sat.r Feb. 26
6, 8, 10 p.m.
, Sun., Feb. 27
plus University ID.
Starring: Marlon Brando, Ringo Starr, James Coburn,
Richard Burton, Walter Matthau
Information. Seafax, Box
1 239-NB, Seattle, Washington
Male student , $67mo; furnished.
Available now. Chateau Le
Fleur; 466-3130 after 1 p.m.
Wanted one female to share 2
bedroom duplex at 13 & B. Low
rent, furnished. Call 477-3863. '
Between 8 a.m. 10 a.m. or after
midnight weekdays, all day
Male graduate student to share large
carpeted apartment with own
bedroom. Near campus, very
cheep, available now. Call after
6:00 p.m. 432-2681.
STUDY ESPERANTO, the
i nternetlonal language In
Portland for credit This 12-28
July; then attend I nternetlonal
Esperanto Congress here 29 July
to 5 August. Information:
Summer session, University of
Portlend, Portland, Oregon,
Only 16 reservations ' remaining
April 28-30. Canoe trip. Elkhorn
River. Phone 489-6241.
Will the girt who treded coats at
Saturday's basketball game
please return mine with my
keys. 475-6337. , :
SLIDE ORGY: Free refreshments.
Drop In. 8:00 p.m. Sat Richards
Hell. 2nd Floor Auditorium.
Citizens for Environmental
Improvement will hold a
reactivation meeting at 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the Union.
All interested students and
members of Zero Population
Growth, Sierra Club, Friends
of the Earth and other related
conservation groups are
invited. Officers will be
"The Root Causes of
Poverty" will be the topic of
the first session of the
Conference of Lincoln Poverty
at 7 p.m. Thursday in the
Union. The conference,
continuing until Saturday, is
intended to be a learning
experience showing that
poverty does exist in Lincoln
and what can be done about it.
"Portraits in Jazz," the
10:30 a.m. Nebraska
Union . Afro-America n
Collegiate Society (AACS)
12:30 p.m. Union Placement
1 p.m. Sheldon-Movie "Sweet
1:30 p.m. Union -Student Affairs
Indian Dance Committee
3:30 p.m. Union Student
International Meditation Society
3:30 p.m. Union-Black Culture
Week ' "Milton White"
4 p.m. Unlon-ASUN Senate
Meeting - -
4 p.m. Unton-UPC Style Show
annual concert by the Jazz Lab
Band is set for 8 p.m. Thursday
in Kimball recjtal Hall. Clark
Terry, of the NBC "Tonight
Show" orchesfra will be the
freatured trumpet solist.
The Medical College
Admission Test will be given
on May 6. Application forms
are available from the promed
adviser, or from Paul Landolt,
440 Oldfather. All applications
must reach New York by April
15. The test will be given again
in October 1 972.
exhibit is now on display at'
Sheldon Art Gallery.
A. Gordon Everett, director
of the Office of Technical
Analysis for the U.S.
Agency will speak on "The
University's Responsibilities in
the Environmental Era-Views
of an Outsider" at 3 p.m.
Thursday in 110 Hamilton
5:30 p.m. Union-Engineering
5:45 p.m. Union Kappa Kappa Psl
6 p.m. Union Red Cross
6:30 p.m. Union-Housing Meeting
with Chancellor Zumberge
7 p.m. Union-Student Activities
7 p.m. Union-Nebraska
Orgenization to Repeal Abortion
7 p.m. Union Builders Board
7 p.rrv Nebraska Theatre-Foreign
Film "Chikamatzu Monogateri"
7:30 p.m. Union math counselors
7:30 p.m. Unlon-Wlldllfe Club .
7:30 p.m. Union-NFU "European
8 p.m. Union AACS
8 p.m. Unlon-Srgme Delta Chi
a n.m. U n I o n -Students
I nternetlonal Meditation Society
8:30 p.m. Unlon-lnter-Freternlty
9 p.m. Nebraska Theatre-Foreign
Film "Chikamatxu Monogateri"
9 p.m. Union Kappa Alpha Pel
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1972
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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