The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 03, 1975, Page page 8, Image 8

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1968 Dodge station wagon;
good shape. 318cu. in. -2 barrel.
432-4526.
1968 Olds Cutiass; air condi
tioned, power steering, basically
good car. $300 or best offer.
432-7755.
1971 Firebird; auto, air,
excellent condition. 1969
Westphalia camper, overhauled,
good condition. 423-1335,
4620 Tipperary.
Schwinn professional road
racing Paramount. Brand new,
488-7772.
Criag-f ioneer car 8-track;
floormount. can take out of car,
two Pioneer speakers, year old.
$140 new, $75. 432-0990.
STEREO SYSTEM-One
Marantz 2270 stereo receiver,
one Sherwood turntable, two
ESS speakers. Due to
repossesstion we will be accept
ing bids on this system. Cost
new was approximately $1600.
Unit may be seen at Citibank,
14th & "M", 477-4481. Contact
John Lofgren or Jeff Holmberg.
Harman-Kardon 330B; one
year old. 435-2959, Don or
432-8561, Randy after 6 p.m.
LESLIE ORGAN SPEAK
ER; model 145 wpre-amp
andor attachments for home
organ. Beautiful shape, $450.
464-5300.
Olympus PenFT 38mm, fl.
8 & 100mm, f3.5 extension
tube $170. Call 432-1143 after
5 p.m.
10X50 one or two bdrm.
mobile home; fully carpeted,
partly furnished, set on lot and
skirted. 4200 Cornhusker, Lot
no. 21. 464-7274 before 3 p.m.
Ski rack for
condition, $20.
after 5 pm.
sale; good
423-73S9
NEW SCARF BAG BILLED
HAT SETS. CAMPUS COLORS
OR LEOPARD, CHEETAH.
TIGER, ZEBRA, FAKE FUR.
LONG SCARF HAS PURSE
ATTACHED. SEND $15.
DESIRED COLORS, HEAD
RI7P INCMFS TV JPBITOGS.
BOX 96, CHAMA, N.M. 87520.
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.
Visit Chicago over the week
end of Nov. 7. Transportation
via four place private plane.
$25 round trip. Peanuts. Dave,
477-3704.
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Winter storage: car, boat,
camper. $1 per lineal ft. Call
466-3056.
2444 "" Street; large new
two bedroom furnished. Only
$190. 423-6353.
Large one bdrm. furnished
apartment: 383 No. 33rd, $100.
474-1132.
Rooms for rent, $95 a
month room & board, Univ.
students, 1900 "B", 432-2583.
Need a home for a female
calico kitten about six mos.
old. Free. 477-1393.
Part-time help stock and
general maintenance work
mornings 9:30 a.m. to 12. See
Dave at Jason's, Men's Clothing
Store, 1346 "P".
Part-time evening phone
work. 477-5761.
Phone & clerical needed.
Evenings, call 477-5858 for
interview.
Phone Work
and
Filing
Near Campus
Call 477-4842
for interview.
Two female roommates; two
bdrm. apartment. Call 432
9533 after 5 p.m.
Female roommate needed;
$82.50mo. Own bdrm. 11
blocks from campus. 475-9787.
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Sorority House needs bus
boys. Free meals.. Call Mrs.
Sanders, 432-0583.
Babysitter for young
parents' son, 4-10p.m.
transportation provided, meals,
$14-$20 weekly. Call anytime,
475-0697.
Student to work as a
telephone sales aide 1 -2 hours
day. 435-0591, ask for Cheryl.
Bussers, other full and part
time positions. Apply 1-4 p.m.
Ask for Lillian. Valentino's
North. 3457 Holdrege, 467
3611. Needed female helper' or
couple for early morning daily.
Sun. delivery. Call 489-8393
439-8395.
Eckankar Lecture: "Karma
and Spiritual Life", 333 No.
14th, U.M.H.E., Nov. 5,
7:30 p.m.
UNL Young Democrats will
meet Wed. Nov. 5 at 9 p.m. in
Rm, 511 Anderson Bldg., 130
No. 12th St. Mayor Helen
Boosalis will bead group dis
cussion. Everyone welcome.
LOST: blue checkbook,
between Nebraska Book and
Union-lost Friday morning,
checks do not bear current
found, call Dave Ware at 423
6945. Reward.
Lost-keys between Benton &
Theta Chi inclusive. Needed
badly. Call 432-4136 early
morning.
1-7 tickets to Nebraska-Okla.
game, price negotiable. Ask'for
Bill at 464-1277 or 464-6465.
ACADEMIC RESEARCH
PAPERS
Thousands of topics.
Send in one dollar for up-to
date 160 page mail order
catalog.
Research Assistance, Inc.
11322 Idaho Ave., Nc. 206
Los Angeles. Calif. 80026
(213) 477-8474
Welcome Nebraska Fans
to Canterbury Court, Manhattan, Kansas.
Live band, Poolroom, Something for everyone
while you're in Manhattan for the game.
Cold Coors on tap!
Only seven blocks west from campus,
Canterbury Court is an 18 bar in the West
Loop Shopping Center.
you there!
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Points, Flags, Condenser,
Bator, Cap snd Lsbcr
All included
Brakes
Tires
Shocks
Batteries
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Custom-made clothes from
your designs or ours. Wedding
dresses too.. Clifford Dress
making Shop. 423-0198.
French tutoring; reasonable.
477-3161.
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Sta-Happy 21st. Love you
always-Big D.
Lamaze prepared childbirth
:lasses for couples and single
-nothers. Childbirth Education
Association, 477-6886.
Happy Birthday ' Evelyn
Lemmon with loval Jon
S.-Happy Birthday to a great
roommate, I love you. L.
Tim-I know I've been
obnoxious but y really
didn't mean to. Love,
Killer.
monday, november 3, 1975
Feminist Greer
to speak Tuesday
Germaine Greer will speak on "Feminism and Fertility"
Tuesday at 3 pn. in the Nebraska Union.
Greer, sponsored by the Union Program Council's Talks
and Topics Committee, also will conduct an informal
session at 3:40 p.m. in the Union Main Lounge.
Greer has been described as radical pd humanistic and
is called the "saucy feminist that even men like."
In her book, The Female Eunuch, Greer wrote of
women, "We know what we are, but know not what we
may be, or what we might have been. ..women must
learn how to question the most basic assumptions about
feminine normality in order to re-open the possibilities
for development which have been successively locked off
by conditions."
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"The first reaction people
have is that a waterbed
wouldn't be good for your
back, that your back would
sag. But because the wa
terbed contours to your
entire body, it supports
ail of your body equally,
even the small of your
back."
Loretta Kelly, Lincoln
1325 "0"
When you're tired ef the same old springs.
land and sky
woterbeds
475-7778
TOP SQLLLOO
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Today Only 99
Price's
hfl r. Steak 55th a o , J.
LINCOLN'S,
OLDEST &
LARGEST
FISH
SHOP
150 tanks of quality
Fresh & Salt Water
Tropical Fish
' LONDON AQUARIUM
151 1 No. Cotner Blvd.
Crossword Puzzle
E4ited by WILL WENG
Coumsy of the New Vorfc Time
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Hindu rulers
School vehicle
- for All
Seasons"
Hardships
Bat wood
First or home
18 Arctic ship
18 Behold: Lat.
19 Gilbert's co-star
20 Japanese dish
22 Bide
24 Saint Philip -
25 Oil-pipeline
route
30 Unfamiliar
33 Employment
34 Most opportune
35 Paddy-rice
people
otrceninM
38 Important time
39 Works long
hours
Uncertainties
Check
Man or Wight
Profit
Ead, at times
49 In surplus
51 Busy as
52 Gathers with .
effort
55 Snooty ones
53 Spiritual leader
Arctic water
Enthusiasm
They: Fr.
Staggered
Jeffs friend
Pekoe
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8 Reacts, like a
washed sweater
9 Cross &s
10 Raincoat
11 Spore sacs '
12 Once-named
13 Outfit
17 Workshops
21 Irish playwright
23 Spike of corn
23 Writer Mark
28 Colonist John
27 Noble
28 Behind, in
France
29 Marine art
31 Golfing bird
32 Partner of older
37 Slacken, with
"off"
40 Authorized
43 Cheese dish
44 Restaurant
check
48 Examined
50 Brag
52 Pacific
archipelago
53 Bargain event
54 Sky Bear
56 Scandinavian
capital
57 Common verb
53 Sack or iron
59 Diamond
81 F.D.R. agency
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hiring aids
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pointers
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