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Wednesday, March 19, 1986
AMIC0 S - 14TH & Q
nautune co-workers wanted Monday. Wednesday and
FriHiv II vou have a break between classes Irom 11 30
imhi it 30 are customer conscious and interested in a
good starting wage, apply now Monday through Friday,
To a m. to8 p.m.
Tht 0 iilv Nebraskan is in need of a part-time editorial
n.nli' con assistant for evenings. The job requires
inr, oximately 30 hours Sunday through Thursday
hPtminma at 5 00 PM daily Requires proficient knowledge
of Vantvper CompEdit 5410 system and type at least 65
worn and editorial newspaper pasteup. Adhere to aca
iipmic calendar In addition to two days during summer
months per week Oo not require student for this position
Fnr further information or application contact Kalhenne.
u Nebraska Union daily. Am willing to train person who
fulfills position other than being familiar with typesetting
system used E0EAA.
Salesperson, fall semester. $3.000 56.000 average pay.
Call Brent, 475-6182.
LIKE TO EARN EXTRA MONEY?1
Are vou looking for an exciting and new opportunity?
Maaic Moments needs you!! In-home parties, sensuous
hnnerie and novelties, Full or part-time. No experience
necessary Call 331-0114 collect.
LONG JOHN SILVERS
Cashier and cook positions available. Day or night,
flexible hours, unlimited advancement opportunities.
Anolv in person only from 2-4 p.m,. Tuesday through
Thursday 3400 S. 10th St.
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE
AFTER FINALS. IN
IN LINCOLN AND OMAHA
Wanted: 2 hashers for Monday nights Call 472-1088.
Netd immediately: Swing-shift and grave-yard produc
tion ppisonnel. Apply in person:
2700 "0" Street
wanted for private Michigan boysgirls summer camps
Teach: swimming, canoeing, sailing, watersknng. gym
nastics, ntlery. archery, tennis, golf, sports, computers,
camping, crafts, dramatics, or riding. Also kitchen,
office maintenance. Salary S700oi more plus RSB Marc
Seeger, 1765 Maple, Ntld . II 60093. 312-446-2444.
Delivery drivers for Paul Revere s Pizza. 230 N. 17th St.
S3 35 per nour plus tips plus commission. Apply any day
after 4 00 p m.
COULD YOU BE A BOSTON NANNY?
Are you a loving, nurturing person who enjoys spending
time with children? Join the network of over 300 people
who have come to Boston to care for children through our
agency Live in iovely. suburban neighborhoods, enioy
excellent salaries, benefits, your own living quarters and
limited working hours Your round-trip transportation is
provided One year commitment necessary Call or write:
Mrs Fisch. Child-care Placement Service. Inc iCCPS),
149 Buckminster Rd . Brookline. MA 02146 (617) 566-6294.
Actives 00 NOT participate in football lottery. We
will till section April 1st. Call John 475-2638 or Rusty
ACACIA LITTLE SISTERS
No meeting Thursday-but come over and check tha
pictures outlfHave a good Spring Break!
Franchise Club meeting, March 20th, 6pm CBA 120,
Open Forum Union Franchise.
CBA - Student Advisory Beard Dean Schwendiman is
going to speak at the meeting on Thursday.
SIGMA NU LITTLE SISTERS
Get vour composite picture taken tonight at the
house from 6:00-7 00 Cost is S9.00
Meeting tonight at 6 p.m.
last one before next concert with
Free U Committee Members:
Important meeting Wednesday at 5 p.m., City
There will be a PBL meeting Thursday. March 20 at 5:00
p.m. m413 Nebraska Hall.
CAP STUDENT STAFF
19M-C7 ACADEMIC YEAR
The Campus Activities and Programs Office will
hire students to fill these positions for.the 1386-87
Coordinator, Women's Resource Center
Activities Staff Assistant
Culture Center Supervisor
Culture Center Activity Aides (2 positions)
Publications Stall Assistant
Eleven work-study positions will also be available.
Applications and position descriptions will be avail
able beginning Monday. March 31; deadline for
completed applications. 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 18.
Hr more information contact the CAP office, 200
Nebraska Union. 472-3454. An Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action employer.
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Jn0U.R,,ATTRIHUT!S 0F HONESTY, INTEGRITY. TACT
AND INDlPlNOrNCE. WILL PROVIDE UNIVERSITY STU
S,WrITl AIAND EQUAL REPRESENTATION CAM'
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GLC meeting Thursday at 4:30 in the GLC office.
Everyone is welcome!
ALL UNIVERSITY HOMECOMING COMMITTEE
Important meeting today at 5 00 p.m. .in the Union.
Nominations tor chairs will be opened.
"A FAREWELL TO ARMS"
will be shown at University Lutheran Chapel. 1510 Q
St . at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 20th. Everyone s
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting Wednesday,
South Stadium, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Put some extra "GREEN STUFF" in
your pockets. Earn cash for your plasma at:
2021 "0" St.
New donors and those who have not been in for 2
months or moi e, bring this ad for an extra S5 on your
first donation. Extra cash coupons also available.
Meeting tonight at 6 p m
Last one before next concert
"NEITHER PACIFISM NOR JUST WAR"
An Open Forum with
OR GENE SHARP
Center for International Affairs
THURSDAY. 3 30 P.M . MARCH 20
1309 "R" St.
Co-sponsored by UNL Philosophy Dept.
and Institute for International Studies.
Meeting tonight at 6 p.m.
Last one before next conert with
SEE OTHER ANNOUNCEMENT
in today s paper
Edited by EUGENE T. MALE SKA
14 Had on
18 Its cap. is
22 Joyce's land
23 British carbine
24 Military org.
27 An All-Star
pitcher in 1935
34 Titled man
35 Heavenly food
S3 Mon. follower
37 City in a
warrior of Gad
43 Road that led
43 Sinn , Irish
50 On the fritz
55 Piaf sobriquet
59 Second person
61 "Hair" co
lyricist 62 On fire
64 "Yes, ,"
67 Baseball great
68 Ryan O'Neal
2 Heat, in
7 Crooked hole
on the links
AL' SIGMA DELTA CHI MEMBERS!
MeetingonWed,19th,4 30p m Avery 108 so be there
and you won t miss all the exciting action of the elections
for next year's officers!
Don't get caught with your shorts down during Spring
Break1 Buy your Herbie Husker shorts & T-shirts at the
Union from American Institute ol Architecture Students,
8 30-4.00 this week.
ALL SIOMA DELTA CHI MEMBERS!
Meeting today, 4 30 p m Avery Reading Room .so be
there and you won t miss all the exciting action of the
elections for next year's officers'
Congratulations to the new Towne Club officers:
Karen I, TrudyT,
Susie K. Tamera M.
Dianne G Jackie H
Jodil, Sarah S.
Melissa M. StaceyL
Love. Your T.C. Sisters
CAMP COUNSELORS MF- Outstanding slim and trim
down camps: Tennis, dance, slimnastics. WSI, athletics,
nutritiondietetics. 20 plus. Separate girls' and boys'
camps. 7 weeks. CAMP CAMEL0T on COLLEGE CAMPUSES
at Massachusetts. Pennsylvania. No. Carolina. California.
Contact: Michele Friedman, Director, 947 Hewlett Dr., No.
Woodmere, N.Y 11581,800-421-4321.
Informal group discussion of the book "Games Mother
Never Taught Me," by Betty Lehean Harragan. Brown bag
lunch. Women in Science, March 21. 12:00 noon, ECLf
. . .coming soon!!
Applications now available May pick-up at CAPOffice,
ASUN Office. Wick Alumni Center (NOMINATE YOUR
SELF OR A FRIEND!)
Applications due March 19
WED. EVENING LENTEN SERVICE
March 19, 9-9:30 PM
Rev. Carl Eskndge
"More Forgiveness "
640 N. 16th St.
Yell Squad Information Meeting, 31986. Mabel Lee
119 at 5:00.
Wednesday. March 19
City Union at 5:15 p.m.
Election of Officers
8ring Credit Card Applications
Beta Sig Little Sisters:
Bring your decorated Easter baskets to the house by
10:U0 p.m. Thursday. Remember no meeting this Thuis
day. See you af;er Spring Break.
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Ski Breckenridge and Summit County Room and board
at our youthful home S60 per day 2 persons. S75 per day 4
persons Call (303) 453-4904 now.
Meeting Wednesday. March 19th at 7:00 p.m ,
Student Union. Dr. Mbriarty and Ann Kopera wili
speak on "Tips for Taking the MCAT" and intei
viewing Tip? ' Old and new memoes welcome.
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14 Actor in "Mrs.
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25" of God,"
23 Kind of nerve
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33 Conceited grin
33 They itemize
33 Others, in
42 Years, to Cato
47 French v
52 Native Of
53 ". . . good-will
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53 Hair style
53 Sound receiver
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Want to lobby state senators to replace lost Federal
Student Financial Aid with state funds? Call 474-7485 and
join wi'h others who cart about financially needy students.
Uprooting test Get Jon's Notes at Nebraska Bookstore,
Monday and Thursday, 9-4; Tuesday, Wednesday &
NEWMAN CENTER EASTER LITURGY
March 20, 10:00 pm.
Come celebrate with us! .
Nominations are being accepted lor
STUDENT'S CHOICE FOR OUTSTANDING
Forms available in Manter Mall. Due March 19.
See signs tor details.
Golden Key National Honor Society information
booth will be neld in the Union 17, 18. 19. Stop by and
learn more about us!
TEACHERS COLLEGE ADVISORY BOARD
m ewon . JdJmbers: mandatory meeting Thursday
March 20 at 4:00, Henzlik Hall, Room 102.
Meetino Wednesday. March 19th at 7 00 nm
Student Union. Dr. lloriarty and Ann Kopera will
speak on "Tips for Taking the MCAT" and "Inter-
viewmy nps. uiu a new meniueis welcome
Pre-Physical TherapyAthletic Training Club meeting.
Wednesday. March 19th. 7:00 p.m. UHC Conference
Room. -- -
for the professional
226 South 16th
W A S
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The Daily Nebraskan is now taking applications for the follow
ing positions for summer 1986. Deadline for application is
2 pjn., Tuesday, Aprill .
Associate News Editor
Arts and Entertainment Editor
Sports Editor -
Copy Desk Supervisor . ..
Night News Editor ' '
Senior Reporters " '
Interviews will be Wednesday, April 2 to Friday, April 4. The
sign-up sheet is posted at the Daily Nebraskan. Apply at the
Daily Nebraskan office, Room 34, Nebraska Union. Appli
cants must be students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
during the summer, have been students during the spring 486
semester or are enrolled for the fall '86 semester.
UNL doe not diserimintte In lu academic; admissions or employment programs and
abides by all federal regulations pertainlnf to santa.
Need responsible, female roommate to share 3-bedroom
apartment, $10Qmo. plus 13 utilities, 475-7519, Close to
Roommate to share large 2-bedroom apartment. Avail
able now or April 1. 435-8420 evenings.
Male or female roommate wanted to share 2-bedroom
duplex, South Lincoln area 421-1260 evenings.
We love you too! Happy Belated Birthday, you stud!
Love. 3rd floor bathroom
Blood test proves that I'm not the father. Tell your
attorney I'm not paying child support!
Bill S, (critic)
We love you! Philemon 3-6,
UNL Christian Fellowship
Love Squad II
May M .:
I Know its a little early but.
HAPPY 20TH B-DAY.
Have a great time in Daytona--get some great photos
w your aging film!!
Jealous in the Big "0"
To blonde eating candy:
I saw you in political science at 1:30. Did you like the
note? Please respond.
I'll buy the drinks in PADRE.
Wish you were going to Padre to have fun in the sun
White Bubble Cab & Two-tone Green Cab:
Today's the day' Here's to one heck of a Spring Break
Watch out Le Bars1
F-or State of the
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DON'T SETTLE FOR 2nd BEST
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