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Thursday, December 13, 1S84
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Paine 13th and 0 Streets carries
men'sCalvin Klein cologne, sales
clerk Jeff Woods said. Calvin Klein
shampoo and cologne set (valued
at $sb.DU; tail ue pmuitwcu iui
$15, Woods said.
A "surprise big-seller" this
is Halstnn. ( cnl-
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Wne) beginning at $18. Ralph
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lar "as always," Woods said.
Polo, is a popular choice of
female shoppers, beginning at $ 1 3,
salesclerk Donna Reed said.
For the person who has every
thing, Thingsville, 1 1 1 1 0 St., offers
gifts . . .
mechanical penguins that race
"P ?4Jlad,der and down a slide,
bcottie dogs, sandcastles, uni
corns and robotic changers, Dis
trict Manager Jim Schal said.
Gifts for the craft-lover abound
at the Sheldon Memorial Art Gal
lery gift shop. Jan 0Shea, a gift
shop volunteer, said Sheldon offers
pottery, crystal, antique toys,
hand-made wooden toys and cars,
jewelry, art books and cook books.
At Do Biz, 120 N. 14th St., Cur
rier & Ives Christmas tins are the
big seller. Included in the tin can,
which sells for $5.95, af e 13 cook
ies and a greeting card.
At the Korn Popper, Christmas
canisters are selling fast. The can
isters have different Christmas
scenes on them and are filled
with the buyer's choice of four
different kinds of popcorn. Up to
three choices can .be put in one
canister. The canisters sell for
$G.50 to $19.
Canisters filled with popcorn
also are fast sellers at Karmel
korn Shoppe, in the Centrum.
Prices range from $8.95 to $ 1 8.95.
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The following incidents were reported
to UNL police between 1 2: 1 9 a.m. and 9.35
12:19 .m. License plate reported
stolen from a vehicle off campus.
12:21 a.ra. Stolen vehicle recovered
between 33rd and 35th streets on St. Paul
1:18 a.m. Allegedly intoxicated per
son reported at Harper Hall.
6:47 a.ra. Guitar that had been
reported stolen was recovered from the
bushes near Seaton Hall.
8:35 a.m. Stereo reported stolen
from a vehicle in Parking Area 3 on New
12:07 p.m. Hit-and-run accident re
ported in Parking Area 3 r?ar Harper
1:40 p.m. Criminal mischief reported
at Abel Residence Hall food service. Per
son reportedly tampered with a food pro
cessor. 2:10 p.m. Film projector reported
stolen from Nebraska Union.
3:10 p.m. Disturbance reported at
Men's P.E. Building.
3:28 p.m. Personal items reported
stolen from 733 N. 16th St.
3:55 p.m. Two people arrested on
charges of criminal mischief, clearing
three criminal mischief cases.
4:10 p.m. Clothes reported stolen
from the basement of Neihardt Residence
4:53 p.m. Person reported attempt
ing to steal items from a vehicle in Parking
Area 22 near 10th and Avery streets.
0:35 p.m. Bicycle reported stolen
from Pound HalL
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WANTED: PEOPLE ON
If you're in Advertising or Market
ing and can sell, have we got a
job for you. The Daily Nebraskan
is looking for a select few to
work on our Spring advertising
The job of Advertising Repre
sentative isn't easy. You can
expect to work around 25-35
nours per week. You must be
organized and responsible as well
ss being goal oriented.
Pay is on a commission only
basis. Some reps have made as
much as $1000 in a month.
If you want a challenge, drop by
room 34 in the Nebraska Union
and ask for an application.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14th
AT 4 P.M.
The Daily Nebraskan
Needs Your Help
We're looking for a few good people to help us put out our high-quality newspaper.
As one of our staffers put it, the DN isn't just an adventure . . . it's a job. And
that's where you come in!
The Daily Nebraskan needs staffers for the spring semester. Reporting positions are
open in all departments: news, editorial, sports, arts and entertainment. We also need
photographers, copy editors and artists. Applications are available in room 34 of the
Nebraska Union, and will be accepted beginning Dec. 10th through the 14th. Please
sign up for an interview when you pick up your application.
You don't need to have a background in journalism to work at the DN. Many staff
members aren't journalism majors. We hire on the basis of talent and enthusiasm,
not age. Have questions? Call Chris WeSsch, editor in chief, at 472-1766. Hell be glad
to help you.
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