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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1984)
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"Nicaragua Fioport from The Front,"
1BS3 film on the Honduran War; Also
Nicaragua 78 show at 7:30, Tuesday, City
Talk dirty to me. Meat me tomorrow In
tha Union at the Ooeball booth.
I'm worried about tha Beaver he
hasn't signed up (or ooeball yet. Should
we have Wally pick up an application in
tha CAP office?
GET THE CANS TOGETHER
Applications available in the CAP office.
Playoffs start April 3rd. Return applica
tions by March 1.
The Ag-EconAgribusiness Club is
offering a $200 scholarship to a sopho
more member. Application can be picked
up at Dr. Jose's office, 220 Filley. The
deadline is March tfj.
1984-1935 Ag Econ Club
Officers elections will be held Tues-
day. March 20, at 6 p.m. Elections at 215
Filley Hall will b followed by Val's Pizza.
VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE
March 20, 21, 22
City Union. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
East Union, 4:30 p.m,-6:00 p m.
Sponsored by GLC and NSSA
Meeting Weds., March 21
6:30 in the Union
Elections will be held.
New members always welcome.
The Publications Board will Interview
and select the Daily Nebraskan summer
editor at a public meeting, 4 p.m., Tues
day in the Nebraska Union.
At Triangle Fraternity, rooms are
air conditioned and laundry facilities
available. Rooms are available from
May 13 until August 18, call Doug at
472-0135 or 472-1184.
LENTEN SERVICES .
At University Lutheran Chapel. 1510
Q St., Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. and
9:30 p,m. This week's topic: 'The
Impossible Made Possible." Every
Lose 3-5 pounds
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Jj The Daily Nebraskan is currently accepting applications for the position
II of advertising representative for the Summer andor 1084-85 academic ! I
1 1 sciiooi year, iiiv position requires approximaieiy zo nours per weeK. i
O If you are comfortable with a selling situation, can motivate yourself and O
J j are interested in applying your academic background in advertising sales
J and are a UNL student, wehave an opening for you. - '
1 1 Pay is based on commission only and representatives have earned as ! !
I Pick up an application at the Daily Nebraskan, Room 34, Nebraska I
y Union. Applications must be turned in by Friday, March 23, 19S4by4.-00p.rn. O
UNL does not discriminate in its academic, admissions or erapiaynieist programs'
and abides by all federal regulations pertaining to same.
Make your Impart on the performing
rial Apply for UHC Maior Performing
Arts CommitteeChairs by March 18, .
Room 2'.0. Nobr. Union.
Women In Perspective
Premenstrual Syndrome '
Tuesday, March 20, 12.30 p.m.
free & open to the public
Roommate newfed April 1st, 22 & R.
$107 & utilities. 477-7566.
TYPING. $1.00 page. No calls after 9
Typing, word procassing, dictaphone,
reasonable rates, near main campus. 8
a m. to 10 p.m. Avis Siebert. 477-5S97.
Complete word processing,
Proofs, Spelling Checker, Storage.
$14,000 - $39,000.
Call for Directory, Guide, Newsletter.
1-(916)-944-4444, Ext. Unebraskaair.
Caribbean, Hawaii, World.
Call for Guide, Directory, Newsletter.
1-(916)-944-4444, Ext. Unebraskacruise.
PROFESSIONAL TYPING SERVICE
Thesis & Class Projects, Resumes
24 hour service on 20 pages or less. Lots
of extras highest quality print and
paper, bold face type, rough drafting.
8eline text typing
Park 'n ShopRide 'n Shop plus
Community Savings Stamps
" Miller & Paine
474-2111, ext. 310
The Daily Nebraskan is accepting applications until
4 p.m., Tuesday, March 20 for Editor-in-Chief for fall
The Editor-in-Chief formulates editorial policy, over
sees newsroom operations, determines editorial page
content and reports to the Publications Board.
Applicants must have one year newspaper experience
"and be a student et the University of Nebraska-Lineotn.
Applications can be obtained from Dan Shattil, Room 34,
7 n Daily
UNL does not discriminate in its academic, admissions
or employment programs and abides by all federal reg
ulations pertaining to same.
IBM Word Proctor; Reasonable Pates.
Call Laurie at 44-4040 after 6 00.
Pfejnanl7 BIRTHRIGHT ls confiden
tial huiping hand. 463-B60.
Single & Pregnane?
Adoption It caring allornative. For
cont!0intial couniiiim. contact Nubraka
Children's Home, 46J-769.
RENTAL - SALES - SERVICE
323 N. 13th ,
I M "J I h I i ;n i
1200 "O" Street
GOING TO BALTIMORE. D.C.. over
SPRING BREAK? Need Riders. Call
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Lost: Silver Citizen watch in or around
UNL racquetball court 8 on 31484 at
6.00 pm, 474-5272.
Help! I have lost my mittens. They're
fan knit and suede and were lost Thurs
day in City Union or Henzlic Hall. Please
Found: Pair of glasses in case in front
of Henzhk. Speckled brown plastic rims.
Call 472-9841 evenings.
FOUND: 1 pair women's eyeglasses
wcase on 3-15-84 near NEC, 472-8281.
Thanks for four wonderful, thrilling
weeks. I care very much for your tibiae
and even more for the rest.
Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Three Mile Island,
Lunch. Soccer. Booze, Food Irradiation.
1:301 Jerry, you owe us one. .
foreign car i peeialists
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HAPPY BiHTHOAYI THE BIG 2 0
Peie & Jeff,
vV't'i i Clara? PowninthB CMCCSE
VAULT; countmgallher CHCESCI
HEY "E "III
HAPPY BIRTHD AY YOU BlQ OUHCHEES
Have a great dayf
Your favorite UNL alum:
P.S. You're still uc'y nd your mother
still dress you funnyf I can toll you r
Don't worry about your unit, we're
keeping It energiied so it wont quit.
You manipulative little . . . Why don't
you mfilte an honest woman of Merits
insfpad of playing all of your wonderful
Gerard (G J K ).
We know your body hasn't been hit;
When the girls see the bondage pit;
But we hope your day Is full of glee,
Yet don't think we care,
the personal was free.
P.S. That's Love.
Happy 20th Birthday! You may
think everything in life is going down
the TUBES, but just HOLD OUT and
you won't be RUNNING ON EMPTY.
Thanks for taking all the crap I've
oeen giving out the last month or so.
Don't worry about Sample because if
-we could survive Coawiio, we can
survive anything. Naxt time I get lo
scan, and you can yawn. If you ever
need anything, you know you can
always count on me, because the
ULTIMATE knows everything.
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1 Composer of
12 Chair a
14 Having good
17 Accessory to
18 Legal thing
23 Ball elevator
21 Something to
24 A son of
27 Fish's sawlike
23 Eur. country ' 2 3 4 5 j ,s ' u
33 Carny's pitch 12113 ' 1
31 Aleut's cousin j 1S
33 Roundworm Ti
35 "Prince Igor" j j
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37 Police f
surveillance 22 23 u i5 j . , t
41 Moorish drum I
43 Possessor p "id 17 " it- -
47 Norm: Abbr. j I ' I
43 Where the 31 "i32 3"" "j j4 p -
Greeks met J I 1 J
53 Cut of meat ,35 40" ,
53 Gallic assents 37 " 38 71 nuiur
54 High mil. .... . I I
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55 Linden that , .1 1 I
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Hrsppy Birthday AND Happy-First-Day-of
Spring!?) (I hope Nancy N, doesn't
read this . . )
Jin M, (in the Coliseum)
Happy Birthdayl The sand, the surf and
the sun are waiting!
Bring this ad in for'
two FREE Tokens! '
Hot Dog special
10 Tokens for
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Edited by EUGENE T. MALESXA
His day is done
7 Grease jobs,
9 Asian holiday
10 Canadian ' .
11 Exercised, as
13 Author of
15 Kind of sauce
23 Le dernier
25 Composer of
23 Fossil resin
S3 Polar resident
32 A tic-tac-toe
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Friday, April 6 z C;m
Jetinek Memorial Concert
with support from tha Nebraska '
A limited numfcof of tickets on
sa:a to UNL Students
beginning March 19. Any
remaining tickets on sc! to e!l
others beginning arch 28.
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23 Bad guys in a
37 Agent for :
23 Bring to life.
43 Cognizance '
42 Give it
52 Poetic stanza
55 Let, with "out"
57 Nanking nanny
63 Harv. neighbor
62 Spanish she
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