The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 07, 1989, Page 23, Image 22

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    BPage 20
ing end of the quar
will be will be junior
Bruton, a prcscason
candidate. Bruton
i last season,
i of the biggest prob
II and the rest of the
s depth at wide re
scholarship receiver
- is listed on the Ti
the success through
id greatly on incom
Missoun signed seven wide re
ceivers to supplement the talents of
Pointer, including junior-college
transfer Damon Mays. Craig Paterra,
I a 6-foot, 179-pound converted quar
terback, is expected to help wherever
needed in the Tigers’ receivers roster,
and Linzy Collins, the top junior col
lege receiver in the nation last season,
also will see playing time.
. y^cn the Tigers decide to run,'
depth won t be a problem. Missouri
returns live running backs who gained
more than 1(X) yards in 1988, plus
five other lettermen.
At fullback, Tommie Stowers re
turns for his senior season. Stowers, a
-.7, 225-pounder, led Missouri in
rushing last year with 667 yards.
When Stowers isn’t carrying the
ball, he’ll be blocking for tailback
Michael Jones, who rushed for 463
yards last season. Jim White and
Smiley Elmore will challenge Jones
for playing time.
One ot Stull’s biggest concerns is
replacement, while Brian Reeves
will return to his starting position on
the other outside spot.
On the inside, linebacker Darren
McDonald will return to anchor the
middle. McDonald compiled 90
tackles last season and is only 67
tackles from breaking Missouri’s
career record.
The other inside linebacker spot
will be filled by either Tom Reiner or
Ron Walters.
The defensive line returns both
tackles. Kevin White, a 6-4, 267
pound senior will play opposite Lee
Johnson, who recorded 63 tackles last
season, including 10 for losses.
At middle guard, Tim Burke and
Jeff Harper are expected to battle for
the Tigers’ offensive line. Guards
Pete Scott and Jay Greenwood return,
but arc backed up by inexperienced
players.
At center, freshman Brad Funk
and senior Jeff Gardener will com
pete for the starting job, while the
tackles probably will be Don Wright,
a 6-4, 245-pound senior, and Andy
Lock, 6-3, 275, who started last sea
son for Missouri.
Defensively, Missouri returns
seven starters. A.J. Miller, another
SMU transfer, suffered a knee injury
during the spring game, and his ca
reer likely is over. Because of his
loss, Stull said, Missouri is left short
handed at that position.
Jerold Fletcher and Stacey Elliott
will challenge to become Miller’s
the starting role.
Adrian Jones returns tor his final
season at left comerback. Jones, a
Playboy prescason All-America se
lection, made 72 tackles last season,
and has led the Big Eight twice in
interceptions. His 14 career pickoffs
tic him for the school record.
Otis Smith, also a starter last sea
son, returns, but this time at left cor
ncrback. He played strong safety last
season, where Ted LcPagc and Harry
Colon will compete to replace him.
The free safety spot will be
handled by Leon Fisher or Sharron
Washington.
Jeff Jacke returns as the Tigers’
placekicker, and Mike Rookstool
will be the likely choice at punter,
Stull said.
NelS&an Classified 472-2588
FOR SALE
10-Speed bicycle, excellent condition. $150. 421-1717.
10x10 carpets and pads Red and blue. $35 each. 489
> 4440 _
ir Color TV. $45; 19" Solid State Color TV, $60; 25‘
Color, S55, Bela VCR, $65; VHS VCR- Dosnl record but
plays. $75; 467-5189
87 Yamaha trumpet, silver finish plus three trumpet
mutes S650 or best offer. 477-4449, 467 5710.
Are you looking tor student furniture for fall’ ONE MORE
TIME is the place' Open seven days/week Free parking
850 N 27th 474-2065
Aitley flute and new case. $125; Conn Alto Sax. good
cond , $300 Call 489-4768.
CLIFF S FOR BEER STEINSl
140 N. 12th.
CUFF S for Imported and Domestic cigarettes I
140 N. 12th Sf.
Dinette butcher block look, 4 chrome wicker chairs.
Very nice $100<obo 477-8148.
Gorgeous* Off shoulder white wedding dress Floor
length tram Size 10-12 Was $440. Sell:$100 489-3560
evenings
King Size Oak Wsterbed $375/obo, Twin Bed 3100/
obo 477-7846. leave message
Kitchen table w/chairs and sofa. Best offer 785-5935,
no calls after 9 30 pm.
LPD NOTICE OF SALE
ON UNCLAIMED BICYCLES
Sspt 14. 6 30p m At Lincoln Land Towtna, 410 West P
Street by Property Division No Checks Accepted
Mademo seUe membership. Free tanning. Best offer
Nights and weekends: 476-9887
NoeC an external drive for your Maclntosh7 Go through
me $200. will negotiate. 467-2154
One large arrowana for sale 435-0540. leave message.
Small, apartment refrigerator with freezer Approxi
mately 24 nches in height. Excellent condition Call
483 5606
Used desks and chairs. See MAe at 820 N Street. 9-4.
WATERBED
Beautiful k.ng, 4-post plus woven cane 6 drawer ped
•*la' t year old. L 4 S mattress $350 483 5922. leave
message
VEy^ESFgRJ^yL—
76 Corvette Must Mil $6150 or bnl offer 489-2628
2orv\<^?n^^£2H 4‘Speed. good condition, very dean
*890 421 3352
'888 Honda Scooter El*e 50 IX. Low mile*, excellent
condition $800 or OBO. 421-7146.
1®®® Hontla Maflna 700. Watercooled. thafldriven,
2«00 m,»s 3 y-af warranty 435-41 78
1986 Nissan Maxima. GL. 4 door, V-6, auto, leather,
moonroof, full power, loaded. 43,000 miles. Excellent
nroughout $9650 offer. Baer s Automotive Sales, 1647
S Third, 477-6442.
1984 Pontiac 6000 STE, V-6. FWD Automate, AM/FM
cassette, fully loaded. $5400. 423-3437
rw..Hond,?.CB750 Coelom Motorcycle Excellent
Condition $785/obo 466-7410.
2° »a,rnaha 400 Special Low mileage, good condi
"on Asking $500 421-1131.
^niVW*S^'I2CC0' 4 *P^- »«•' injected, excellent
condition $ 1800 or best offer 475 632T
1971 VW Super Beetle. Excellent condition. 466 9414.
IjyygJ1gCHANGE~~
Tickets for sale. $30 each. For 9/
*89 Call 475 9301 Early A.M. or Late PM •
odate'p m^ s#*ao,i Tickets. $500 475-9301, early a m.
Tsmaie season tootbaH ticket for sale Best offer 423
^ Sale NU Season Footbal Tickets. Best Offer 466
2 G/A tickets for 9/9. Call 436- 7875
436°92*56ll*m ***“,W CSN ^1 P"*',akM L"aal
472*tSS foott>asll tickets for sale 467 5797 or
Wanted Two seasons tickets together. 483-0540.
I^K VICES "
BULLOCK DRYWALL $
Stud.„,. i CUSTOM INTERIORS
0172 M41 ^°e3Wf r,pair* and ceiling lix-up, call466
COMPUTERS: SANYO 16EX $849 w/Student 10
Sanyo LapTop: $999
2 7l^C^*^rELUOENTS^TEMS
2705 O'ST. LINCOLN (402>477-1103
Parking in Back
GUITAR INSTRUCTION
Private Lessons, beginners or advanced
Zager Studio 423-2709
TYPEWRITERS
WORD PROCESSORS
RENTAL
SALES
SERVICE
RENT-TO-OWN
BLOOMS
323 North 13th Street
474-4136
TYPING & RESUMES
■SEPTEMBER SPECIAL1
ONE-PAGE RESUME, only S20. Includes 12 copes. 5
blank sheets. 5 envelopes & disk.
Nebraska Bookstore
13th & O 476-0111
All-Types
Secretarial Services. Term papers, etc 825 M Street,
Suite 207. 477-0445
America • Oldest and Largeet
PROFESSIONAL
RESUME SERVICE
* Consulting * Writing
* Typing * Printing
Competitive Price - Students Discounts
RESUMES 10% off
WITH THIS AD
Lifetime nationwide updating.
475-6738 3701 O St. #B-7
Typing and Word Processing Reasonable rates Betty
469-5806. Kathy: 435-6560. Leave message
ANNOUNCEMENTS =
•UPC TALKS & TOPICS*
Thurs at 3:30 in the Union
New Members Needed11!
Join in the mighty tradition of the finest bunch of
people in finest UPC organization
PS Please read again and tell trends
Art League Meeting
September 8. Friday 5:00 p.m.
Richards Hall Auditorium
Everyone Welcome
ARTS * SCIENCES SENIORS!
Is it true that the Career Planning & Placement Center
can only help Business and Engineering students? Find
out for yourself. Attend the orientation session today at
3:30 pm. m 205 Burnett.
Arte and Sciences Advisory Board Meeting
Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the Union. Room will be
posted
Attention Student Organizations
Don't miss th# first organization summit. Thurs. Sept 7
4:30-5:30 City Union Sponsored by CAP
Attention
Enthusiastic, people to work with th* national ranked
UNL Wrestling team as spirit leader* Pick up question
naire at Bob Devaney Sports Center (Wrestling Office)
Must be tilled out prior to interview. Interviews held 9-14
89 at 7 p m. Questions7 472-2220
Bike Pedalers
Oakley eye shade* 20% off' New A used b'kes. all sizes
A prices. 33rd A B 474-7000.
BUS'NESS STUDENTS Increase your business know!
edge and create close friendships by joining Delta Sigma
Pi. professional business fraternity Stop by our booth in
the CBA tront foyer Sept 6-8 Th* booth may close early
• so hurryl
CBA Student Advisory Board meeting at City Union.
5:30pm., Thursday, September 7. Very important.
CPR CLASSES
MED, INC., A non-profit training organization affiliated
with Eastern Ambulano* Servioe is offering CPR
classes to th* general public Classes forming NOWI
For more information, contact Ash Story or Greg
Ellsworth 474 6666 Cheek our prices I__
CROSS COUNTRY MEET
Th* Intramural Cross Country will be held
Thursday. W7 at Oak Lake Park Theme*is£1
miles and will begin promptly at 4 30p m No
advano* antry required- antar on til a. Tha raca
it opan to man and woman. 472-3467
DANCERS
Orcheeis Student Dance Company will meet
Thursday September 14 at 7fl0p m. in MLH
119 Now Member* Welcome. Orchesis is for
anyone who Ikes dancing, even if you don t
know how.
Denny Hartford, a national figure in th* pro-life rescue
movement, will speak at the College of Law today a
12:00 in Room 125
FN GARDE - Join one of Nebraska's oldest sports. UN
L student* interested in the *P°rt of fencing, please
contact Albert Schmid, 475-0164.
FBLA/DECA in High School?
Continue the Excitement and Funl
PBL Ph. Beta Lambda
1st Meeting Thursday. September 7. 5p.m. CBA 120.
Free U.
Don't have a clue? Com. to the first rrwet'noot Frse
University- A GROOVY part of UPC. Sept 7, 6PM. Neb.
Union. ALL WELCOMEI ______—
FRESHMEN
Don't forget to pick up your free T-Shirt at the Wick
Alumni Center, 8a.m. to 5p.m.
Headlines Hair Design a innovative and creative atalf
ia having a workshop with world renowned educator
Eric Fisher. This is your opportunity to be a pert ot it.
Hair styling models who can be available Sept. 12, call
488-4833.
If you do not want your name, address, or telephone
number included in tne UNL student directory, complete
form at University Information Office. 208 Admin., by
Sept. 15
Interested in playing pool or darts'7 Bash Riprock s will
sponsor your team Call 435-2274. ask for Dave.
JOIN FINANCE CLUB TODAY -
1st Meeting Thursday, Sept 7
6:30p.m. in CBA 330
KLPAC
SUPER IMPORTANT. SUPER SHORT. SUPER FUN
MEETING AT 6:30PM IN THE UNION TODAYI
MAJOR CONCERTS PRESENTATION TEAM
Meeting Today. 6 p.m..
City Union (room posted)
Everyone Welcomed I
Parking available, $6 50/month. Close to campus. 19 4
Y. Call 476-1212 or stop at 1815 Y St.
Positions available: University Program Council-East
has the Kaleidoscope Chairposition for the 1989-90 year
open. Pick up applications at either CAP office at 200
Nebraska Union (472-2454) or 300 Nebraska East Union
(472-1780). Deadlire is 5 p.m., Thursday. September 7
PRE-DENTAL, PRE-HYGIENE CLUB
First meeting. Sept. 17. 700 p.m. at the Dental College
Robber s Cave is booking evening parties at $200*Tax
plus $100 Clean-Up and Damage Deposit. Call 423
3370.
SAA Meeting Today
5.00 . get ready.
Cabinet Meeting Prior at 4:30.
STUDENT UNITARIAN UNIVERSAUSTS Meeting
Sunday 4p m. in City Union Scott. Rob and Patti will
discuss "Deep Ecology".
TheChancellor s Commission on the status of Women is
soliciting applications for two undergraduate students
that can meet at 1:00 p m. the first Friday of each month
If you are interested, please send a resume and letter of
interest to Jan Jacobs. 203 Burnett by Sept 18 or call her
(2-3115) with any questions.
*
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU I St
Mark s on th« Campus. 1309 R Street. Holy Eucharet
Sundays 8 30. 10:30. 500; Tuesdays at 12,30 Canter
bury Student Fellowship Supper Sunday at 5:30p m.
The UNL Block A Bridle club will be holding its first
meeting Thursday. September 7 at 7:30 and 7 tor ail new
initiates in the East Union.
Trading Places at UNL. Win a $100 Gift Certificate for
the Nebraska Bookstore.
TUTORS
The Student Information Center is compiling a let ol
tutors lor student use Anyone wishing to be on the list
please come in and IHI out an afpiication at the ASUN
Student Inlo. Confer, 116 Nebi. Union
Who are you? What are you doing? Campus clubs
seeking to network with otner clubs for peace-related
events. September 17 through October 31. calender will
be dstrbuted at September 16th football game For you
event to be listed, call Baha'i Association, 475-4329 m
435-4107 by September 10.
YOU Are InvitedI
NEW YEAR PARTY!
NEW STUDENTS!
OLD STUDENTS!
FACUL TY/STAFT FME NOS I
EVERYBODY COME!
CORNERSTONE-UMHE
640 N. 16th
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
4:30 p.m Punch A Munchies
5CO p.m. Music. Songs. Fun A Fellowship
6CO p m FREE BARBECUE DINNER
A Chnstian Community ol tree inquiry, growth,
identity. feUowshp, mutual support, and serv
ice, centered in our Ido-long pilgrimage ol laith I
with Jesus the Christ.
GREEK AFFAIRS = -
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Alpha Tau Omega's
Lobster A Lowenbrau
Is the Saturday featuring I
Guerilla Theatre.
Are you going?
ATO/KAO
First Annual Fraternity and Sorority Philanthropy Pledge
Class Sottball Tournament. Sunday September 10 A 17 <
at Lewis Fields. 22 A N. Starting at 4 A.M. Come Join The I
Fun. _ *
Alpha Gamma Sigma and Alpha Chi Omega present
the Masters". Sunday. Septemoer 10 from 1-00 -
5:30p.m.
ATTENTION: GREEK YEARBOOK STAFF APPLICA
TIONS NOW AVAILABLE. Positions (or editorial stall,
advertising staff. and photography stall can be picked up
in room 332 NE Union. Due Thursday, Sept. 7 at 4:00.
Derby Days
UNL soronties get ready for the best ever Sigma Chi
Derby Day '89
The Men ot Sigma Chi
SAE Little Sisters
Welcome Backl Important meeting tonight, 6:15p m.
Please be prompt.
Thanks. Curt & Noel
Student Foundation
Trading Places at UNL
Tickets in the Union
STUDENTGOVERNMENf
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Check out what positions are open
Deadline* lor each position are listed below.
ASUN Senator for the Graduate College
ASUN Senator lor Division of General Studies
Parking Advisory Board
4:00 p.m. - Sept. 15,1989
Campus Rec. Advis. Counc. - Res. Hall & Otf Carrpus
Committee for Fees Allocation - Residence Hall
Electoral Commission - Member
Teaching Council
Nebr. Union Board
4:00 p m. • Sept 22.1989
Curriculum Committee
Calendar A Examinations Comm.
Commencement Committee
4:00 p.m. - Sept. 29. 1989
Information and applications are available in the ASUN
office, 115 Nebraska Union.
PERSONALS ~
Laugh a while you can. monkey boys I
Team Banzai
Sugar Cube,
We made it! We were made for each other Happy 3/4 •
I love you forever!
Sylvester Head
CHILD CARE
BABY TEACHER
* Do you love infants and toddlers7
* Are you excited about the development erf small
children?
* Can you develop relationships with children and
parents?
* If so. the SRI- St. Elizabeth's Child Development
Center has an opportunity available for an infant/
toddler teacher Call Michelle today, at 489-8700
Baby-sitting in my home. Have references Near down
town Call 476-0131.
Dependable Female Baby-sitter Needed Nebraska
area. Live in possible. Hours required: Sun Fn
10:30p.m. - 7:30a. m. in exchange for basement quarters
467-4156 _
Looking for live-in sitter for evenings/weekends 15-20
hours/week. Exchange for room and board Must have
car. Capital Beach. References required Call 435-2695
after 5 p m.
Need baby sitter, Tues. or Thurs evenings, or Saturdays
lor 5 year old boy. Light housekeeping optional, need
own transportation. Call evenings only and leave mes
sage, 489 7976
Need immediately. Person to supervise four children,
ages 8-11. in our home 3:00-5:3uj.m. Mon-Fn. Must
have own transportation. Call 423-1371, evenings or
177-7161, day
Wanted intelligent and fun person for two like wize
:hi!dren. 56 A D area, 3:30-5 or 6:30. Flexible and more
hours available at times. Have a car and be dependable
Dali 483-6274-evenings Good pay (arranged according
o duties).
HEMMVANTED =
knme Oakley's has full and part-time day and night
xositons open in ail areas. Apply in person, 6100 O
Street, between 11 -4p.m.
BE A BUG BUSTER
We are looking tor full-time people to help us test our
loftware. Macintosh experience helpful, programming is
tot required. Apply in person to:Health Care Commum
sations, Inc. 301 S. 68, Suite 500.Linooln.NE 68510 No
>hone calls,
bonanza Restaurant. Part-time help needed Mon.,
Ned.. Fri., 12-4pm. Evening A weekends open also
tpply 28th A Cornhusker.
Cashiers wanted for servioe station/convenience store
Nedkend and night hours. If you're honest, dependable
md friendly, apply now at Woods Park Amoco. 33rd and
CHECKER
’ermanent part-time position evenings A weekends,
tppiy in person.
SAVE-MART
_11 th & Cornhusker
loco s is now hiring food servers and bussers. Must be
lardwotking, energetic and responses. Apply in per
on, 120 North 66th Street
Customer Service Clerks
Carol Wright Sales has full and part-time openings on
second shifts to respond to customer inquiries by tele
phone and correspondence. A clerical background and a
typing skill of 35 wpm with 5 or less errors is required
Good written and verbal communication skills are a must
Apply in person. Monday-Friday by September 15. 1989
at: Carol Wright Sales, 340 Applecreek Road. Lincoln,
NE 68528. 437-2257. EOE M/F/H/V.
Data Edit Openings
Full and part time. Donnelly Marketing has full and part
time temporary openings on first and second shifts Pari
time hours are on second shift. Must be able to type 55
wpmwith 5or less errors If interested, apply at: Donnelly
Marketing, 340 Applecreek Road. Lincoln. NE 68528
437-225/ EOE M/F/H/V. Respond by September 15.
1989
Downtown YMCA needs afternoon/evening aerobic in
structors. Apply 1039 P Street. 475-9622
EARN $2000-$4000
Searching for employment that permits working
your own hours, but still challenging enough for
your entrepreneurial skills? Manage programs
tor Fortune 500 companies Earn $2,000
$4,000. Call 800 932-0528. ext 11
EASY VIDEO
We are looking for a responsible person who enjoys
working with people Approximately 15-25 hours per
week, hours include evenings, weekends, and holidays
People 19 and older apply in person Tue through Fri.
between 1 3p.m. 70th and "O" Street. Meridian Park
General farm work, lull or part-time. No calls after 9:30
p m 785-5935 or 785 3235
GODFATHER S PIZZA
Now hiring kitchen counter and delivery Apply in
person to 1209 Q Street. 48th & Vine, and South 48th
* Hwy 2 _
Hashers at Phi Mu. Free meals plus $$$$ Call436-9861
or 436 878?
Help Wanted at P.O. Pears Apply in Person
HUDSON BAY COMPANY
Needs articulate and arrtiitious people to do phone work
on progressive issues, such as protecting the ozone
layer, recycling, ground water contamination toxic use
reduction, utilities and insurance industries reform Now
hiring tor 2:00-B:30p m shift. 400-B:30p.m. shift. 600
10 30p.m. shift or weekends Earn $7.0Q/hr to start -
$8.00* hr on weekend Training. travel and advancement.
references required For an interview call. 11 a m to 1
p.m. only Mon.-Fri., 476-1010.
Immediate Opening for part-time help Kuzu's Kebab
Restaurant. 14th t Q Street, apply to manager
Interested in pharmacy? Part-time employment at Jim's
Drug & Surgical Supply. 1400 South Street. 435-2168
Kitchen help wanted immediately. Night hours. Randy's
Donut Shop Apply in person 9am-ft am. 201 Capital
LAUNDRY PRODUCTION WORKERS
Approximately 15 hours per week. Mon Fri. afternoons,
hours flexible. $3.65/hr. no experience required Call
464-6326 lor personnel or apply at 3300 North 41st
9a.m to 4:30 p.m. EOE
Lincoln University Club
Is hiring people for the following positions:
Day and Evening Wait Staff
Cocktail waitery
Evening Line Cooks
Apply in Person at Lincoln University Club. 11th Floor.
University Towers. 13th A P.
Male or tamale clerks needed Afternoons and niahts.
Apply in person. Mike's 0 Street Drive In. 22nd A 0
MING PALACE REST.
Part-time lunch waitery person and evening dishwasher
Apply in person, 1309 L Street
MM- Directory Wats Caller n
Full-time opening in the directory compiler department on
the second shift, 11:15 a m. to 8 p.m., Mon • Fri. Job
duties include: performing telephone calls on a Wats
Line, to obtain and verify information.
Qualified applicants must have a dear and distinct lets
phone voice, interpersonal skills necessary to deal effec
tively with a diverse group of people, ability to write
legibly, ability to cross reference and oompare material
and the ability to lift materials not exceeding 30 ft>s.. the
ability to type 30/vpm with minimal errors is preferred.
Metromail Corporation offers an exoellent benefit pro
gram A competitive salary. Qualified applicants may
apply by contacting the Personnel Department, to sched
ule an interview.
Metromail Corporation
901 West Bond
Lincoln, Na 09521
473-9707
Equal Opportunity Employer
Mowing business needs part-time help. $4/hr. Hours:
3:30-dark, 2 to 3 days a week 489 1354, leave a
message
Needed Outstanding Business Student with excellent
oral and written communication skills to serve as admin
istrative aid to the Dean. 10 hrs. per week. must drive and
know how to get things done quickly. Pay negotiable,
send letter of interest to Gary Schwendiman. 240 CBA.
UNL, Lincoln, NE 68588 0405.
Needed: Part time cook for 5 young men. Threeevening
meals a week: Tues.. Wed., Tnurs. Hours and pay nego
tiable. Call 476-9432 after 7pm. _
Needed: Students with work study vouchers for many
research positions in Department of Horticulture. Contact
Diane or Susan at 47?-2854 or 377 Plant Science, East
Campus.
Now hiring. Lincoln's largest janitorial firm has part-time
permanent evening positions. Start 33.75/hour. FBG
Service Corporation, 3809 Adams.