The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 06, 1974, Page page 11, Image 11

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August 1975 finish set for sports complex
By Larry Stunkel
Visitors to the Nebraska State
Fair this week may have had
difficulty believing that the web
like, steel skeleton, UNL's new
sports 'complex, will, be Completed
a year from now.
The planned August 1975 com
pletion date is realistic, yet some
FOR SALE
'69 Plymouth Belvedere. One
owner. 2435 N. 65th. 464-2352.
ForSaie- Zenith port, stereo
$35. Electric guitar, amp. & .
accessories $100. Folk guitar
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1yo5 Honda, 305 CC. rebuilt
engine, new tires. Call 432-5287
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Koss HVt headphones,
used once. Were $40, sell at
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Small Falcon 10-speed racing
bike; practiclly new. Call 488-
. 1 0x 55 Mobile nome, skirted,
2 bdrm., air cond., carpeted,
turn, or unf urn. Good condition,
spacious lot and garden, Lo
cated near both campuses. Call
' between 10 a.m. & 3 p.m.
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A.K.C. Siberian Husky pups.
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2-yearoid Hirondelle Bicycle,
gjn r.a i j 47-0069 evenirn" '
TENNIS bALLSsliqntiy used.
$can will be sold from 4-5 p.m.
" Wednesday at the tennis courts
by Coliseum.
71 red Volkswagon square
back. ,25,000 miles, automatic
transmission, radio, excell. con
.gjtinn. 4a3-faas
Lincoln's Largest Buyer and
Seller of Antiques and Used
Furniture. Evening appoint
ments available. Payne & sen,
6036 Havelock Avenue. 464-
For Sale-T)esk, double
springs and mattress. Ideal for
apt. Call 488-0840 and do it
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, Like Newll 8 track, 4 channel,
quadrasonic, 4 good speakers,
270 Motorola. Call 475-2232
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, , p.t.O. Coiiege Group Meet
ing, Sunday, Sept 8, 5 p.m.
Home of Mrs. Harold Osbon,
600 S. 42nd. Call reservations
. .jlFrjenini. 464-f1Q5
Commuting from Omaha M-W-F-.
Need riders or will pool.
TBAVcLS IN THE FhuPLfc S
"REPUBLIC OF CHINA! Slides,
'music, discussion with Nancy
Ryan. Commonplace-UMHE,
333 N. 14thJ0:45 a.m. Sunday,
Cornhusker Go-ed Co-op $420
1st semester, $400 2nd sem.
Vacari?i3 for women. 435-5256
475-6798.
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Expected completion date for the
what optimistic, according to
Harley Schrader, UNL physical
plant administrator.
The project, which originally was
to be finished by January 1975,
seemed doomed to delay from the
start. Funding the complex by
cigarette taxes met controversy
2 or 3 bedroom house close to
the campus. 2218 Dudley. 475-
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Non-smokers between 22 and
28 to share quiet 3 bdrrn. apt.
with deck porch $75. Call Steve
Speicher at 435-2161 during
business hours, :
Female NONSMOKER room
mate wanted. Lg. furnished
house. Own room. Approx.
$80mo. I'm female grad. student-
like music yet need silence
for study. There is room for
both. Call Conni after 8:30 p.m.
47fi-5QQ'i.
V Male roommate wanted. $50
', mo. Everything paid. Close to
campus. Call after, 5 p.m.
477-6792.
Free room and board for
student . or couple. Live with
man in wheel chair- some
assistap.ee rcounGd4Z5Ji.223J
HELP W ANTE EL:
Help Line operators-emo-tio'naMy
mature, empathic stu
dents, knowledgeable about Uni
versity, who can think well
under stress. Related experi
ence helpful. 472-3310.
Positions available now FoT
waitresses, car service waiters,
food preparation workers, cash
iers. Good pay, Hours can be
arranged to fit your schedule.
Experience not necessary. Ra
pid advancement possible. A!l
locations now imoi viewing. Svu ,
ad in phone book. Equal Oppor
tunity Employer. King's Food
Host USA, Inc. ,
TJeTTvery peTson Tol a. in r
weekdays and all day on Satur
day. Hours flexible. Dittmer's
Flower Shop and Greenhouses
14th and High 475-2688. Apply
in person.
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Peace CorpsVISTA needs agriculturalists,
'teachers, business persons, engineers, and
architects to work here and overseas. Contact
your Placement Center for interviews with
Peace CorpsVISTA representatives Sept. 16
& 17.
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UNL sports complex Is August
BURGER CHEF 1300 P,
Gargen Level- Douglas 3 The
atre, day help, evening help,
full time or part time, flexible
schedule. Apply in person to
Terry Meyer 9 aim, to 5 p.m.
Part time day or noon hours.
Apply at Afby s 14th &Q.
We could use temporary
unskilled laborers to be on call
. for afternoon work 1-5 p.m. You
need a car and phone. Man-
power 122 N. 1 1th
CUSTODIANS Floor Brita
Building Services need depend
able students tor part time
approx. 7-10 a.m. or 5-10 p.m.,
APP'y 3235 NL251k
Looking for a part time job?
We have immediate openings
for assistant manager, cashier,
usher, and custodian. Interes
ted? Apply in person, Plaza
Theatres. 12th and P Streets, or
call 4 77-1234. .
Grocery checker male or
female Experience preferred,
but not necessary. Late after
noons, evenings, and Saturday.
Apply in person Shuster's Jack
& Jill, 140 Capital Beach
Boulevard. ,. .
waTTTTTTS wanted
Henry's Place. Full or part time.
. $2hr. 432-0331435-9069. Call
NtiEDTEN LADIES Immeui
alely for telephone reception
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46G-5037 for interview appoint
ment or apply at 620 N. 48th
Suite 208 10 to 4. Mrs. Lane.
lJrC,ln.Bi!Larty Lions Club.
MAIDS fH?edeurTu!T Time or
part time. Health insurance
furnished. Apply in person at
Motel 6, 3001 . NW 12th St. or
call 4 75-9502- .
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from the public and was the subject
of a debate in the Legislature.
Once construction started, a
shortage of materials, (especially
steel), a shortage of skilled labor,
due to an increase in heavy
construction in downtown Lincoln
and bad working weather slowed
progress, Schrader said. .
HELP WANTED: Part timb
kitchen help 10:30 a. m.-2 p.m. 5
daysweek. Apply in person
.Godfather's Pizza. ,
Assistant fry cook. Evening
hours. We will train. Apply in
person. Interstate 80 and Air-
port Exit. Ramada Inn,
Someone for housework and
child care- days. Will consider
live -in student for room and
hoard. 489-5336.
Waiters, cocktail waitresses,
evenings. .Will train if neces
sary. Call 464-0264 for interview
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Loving siuer neeaea ror ooy o,
and girl 1, in my home only.
Flexible day-hour schedule.
References required. Area of
:.i;h Sivith Street. 477-4983.
NEW BARH YMORES COCK-
TAILLOuNGE, lunch menu,
downtown location, interview
ing for bartenders, waitresses,
call 435-2993 for appointment.
COLLEGE STUDENT needed
for part-time custodial work.
Good pay. Apply to Century
House, Harrington Real Estate
Office, 1201 J between 8 a.m.
and 4 o.m.
CREATING BETTER LIVING
FOR UNL STUDENTS
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Free two months rent if you move in
before November 1,' 1974. Club
house complete with ping-pong and
pool tables. Wet bar and fireplace,,
.conversation pit. Heated pool, tennis
'court. Baseball and football field.
Two fully equipped playgrounds.
Picnic ground with gas grill. Two car
off street parking, and in park city
bus service; Free storage shed, cable
tvy water, sewer and trash service.
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THAN JUST A PLACE TO
;)magazine's ratings for the :'
top twenty football teams
for 1974 are out.
This year's choice fori
national champion is Ohio
i State University and the
1 publication devotes most
of the college football
section to the Buckeyes.'
Nebraska Is sixth in Si's
predictions while the Ok
ahoma Sooners are nurm.
Der two. Another Big 8
team, Missouri, is 12th.
Last year, Sports Illus
trated had the Huskers
12th and picked Texas to
win the national champ
ionship. The section on Neb
raska features this quote
from Tom Osborne;
"There is little difference
between 11-0, or 10-1 and
7-4 or 6-5 in the Big 8.
We'll be good, but I don't
know whether we'll be the
former or the latter."
Earlier in the week,
Nebraska was forecast
seventh in the AP pre-sea-son
poll.
SERVICES
Expert typing, papers, manu
scripts, theses. Bev Schwartz
466-2375. ' ;
HEY SLEEPYHEAD! There's
now a telephone Wake Up
Service available to get you up,
and on your way to class or your
job. FREE service for the week
September 9-15. For more in
formation and scheduling, call
Information Services 475-7837.
WATCH REPAIR any make-bands-
DICK'S WATCH SER
VICE. Yellow door-east side,
Campus Book 13th & "R".
432-3414.
Gay Coffeehouse Sunday, 8
p.m. UMHE-Commonplace, 333
N- 14th.
FREE RETAIL CATALOG:
'pipes, waterpipes, bongs, ciga
rette papers, rolling machines,
superstones, clips, underground
comix, etc: Gabriellas Goodies,
Box 434, Hollywood, Calif.
90028. - '
EXCHANGE rap group,
UMHE-Ccmmonplace Chapel,
Sunday; 3:30 p.m. This week:
"Alternatives in Sexual Life,"
A Hcv Concept
In Mobile. Home LMnri
475-5572'
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friday, September 6, 1974