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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1992)
e-11 i- - 63 Pregnancy
PORSALL 64 Printing 4 Copying ,
- 68 Recycling
2 Appliances 72 Rentals \
' 3~ "Bicycles——-- -*■.-74 Tanmng - ——
4 Books 75 Tattooing
5 Clothing 76 Travel ■
7 Jewelry 80 Typing 4 Resumes *
6 Computers ■ ■ (
8 Furniture NOTICES
g Garage Sales ■ . ■ - ■ «
10 Misc. For Sale 100 Rides I
12 MusicaJ Instruments 105 Career Events I
13 Office Furniture 110 Announcements r
14 Pots 115 Modtinas
15 Photo Equipment 120 Gr0ek ^air8
16 Sporting Goods 130 Student Government «
18 Stereos/TVs 140 Personals
19 T*? Bxchan9e 145 Lost 4 Found 1
20 Vehicles 148 Wanted «
. JOBS i
22 Adoption -
23 Alterations 4 Sewing 150 Child Care Needed
25 Automotive 160 Help Wanted
27 Bicycle Service 162 Work Study Jobs
29 Bridal 164 Summer Jobs
f2 Cteaning/Laundry 166 £***1
£ SutKtold* housing
36 Entertainment ----
38 Gift Ideas ]70 Roommates
40 Hairstyling 73 Housing Wanted
42 Health 4 fitness 75 RoomsTor Rent
44 Insurance 180 Houses For Rent
46 Instruction/Tutofing 185 Duplex For Rent
48 Job Placement 190 Apartments For Rent
eg lenai 191 Summer Housing
60 Misc. Services 192 Mobile Homes For Rent
62 Photography 194 Homes For Sale
b4 rnoiogapy 198 Vacation Rentals
$3.00 per day for 15 words on individual student
and student organization ads.
$4.00 per day for 15 words on non-student ads.
$.15 each additional word.
6 Computers For Sale
Sharp 8 1/2 x 11* Laptop Computer. 1 MB ram, 20 MB
harddrive. 1 yr. old, $1200.467-4366, leave message tor
20 Vehicles For Sale _
lent condition. Must selll $2300 OBO 420-1047._
FOR SALE: 77 red Porsche-4 seater. turbo hood, apollo
rims, sunroof, $4000 obo. 464-9289
A caring couple understands that adoption isn't an easy
choice. We can give your newborn love & happiness.
Expenses paid. Call Leonita 4 Ted anytime. 1-800-578
Doctor dad and lull-time mom yearn to adopt newborn.
Our loving and musical home, puppy, and big extended
family await. Expenses paid. Please call Susan and Gil 1*
We are a rural Nebraskan couple with a two year old
adopted daughter. We are eager to adopt again. If you can
hep us, please calf 1-800-538-2069.
Loving, outdoors couple desires to adopt a baby. House
full of laughter, lots of nieces 4 nephews wailing. Medical/
legal expenses paid. Please call Alicia 4 Michael at 1
No pressure, no lectures
Just help. A sale place to tak
Nebraska Children a Home
4600 Valley Road 483-7879
Ask lor Betty or Cindy
31 Child Care Services
YWCA CHILD CARE
Part-time and hourly care. Flexible schedules-licensed.
Close to campus at 1432 N St. Call 476-2802 to register.
Latin dance lessons, waltz and poKa tool Learn the
motivational method. Private lessons. $5. Dan 486-4563.
\2 Health and Fitness (
IAINTAIN AND LOSE THE NATURAL SAFE WAY.
IALL MRS. WHITE FOR FREE SAMPLES + $10 GIFT.
BB-.8821.,(NO PILLS).. ....._ .
•REGNANT? BIRTHRIGHT is a confidential helping
iand. Free pregnancy test, please call us for appoint
SO Typing & Resumes
Duality resumes, cover letters, typing. Ask about special
ates. Evening, weekend hours. 435-7264.
Ml kinds of typing. Fast, efficient service. Laser printer.
51.25 double spaced page. Call 466-4400.
Mi typing needs filled at
Computer Type and Services
4230 Progressive Ave._
Distinctive professional laser resumes, dissertations,
theses, papers. Rush & same-day available. 486-1201.
Resumes By Ann
Quality resumes, professional writers. Over 10 years
experience, proven results. 464-0775.
Professionally typeset and laser printed. $15 plus tax.
Daily Nebraskan,basement of Nebraska Union.
Will do typing. Call Mary at 483-4010 after 1:00pm or
103 Spring Break Trips
Spring Break Cancun Airfares
Limited Space- Deposit now to hold reservation. Call
Arts and Crafts Sale
Nov. 18th & 19th East Union Great Plains Room
9am - 5pm
Sponsored by UPC Visual Arts/Voces_
GOLDEN KEY MEMBERS
Tuesday. November 17,8:00pm. in 551 Hamilton Hall. If
you want to run for an office, pick up an officer profile form
from 551 Hamilton. All members welcome to come and
Entries will be accepted in both Campus Recreation
Offices Nov. 4-17 for the Intramural PitchTournament (no
fees) Play will begin on 11/23at the NE Union Rec Room.
A current UNI photo 1.0. is required of all participants.
THE FAR SIDE By GARY LARSON
I\ 1 1 1 1 '
“Oh, wonderful! Look at this, Etta —
another mouth to feed.”
Graduate Women In Science
)r. Helen Moore on "Women's Educational and Occupa
onal Paths; Is There a linkage?"
November 16 at 4:00pm, East Campus Union.
Make money teaching English abroad. Japan
and Taiwan. Make $2,000-$4,000+ per month.
Many provide room & board + other benefits I
Financially & Culturally rewardingl For Interna
tional Employment program and application,
call the International Employment Group: (206)
632-1146 ext. J5778.
REACT-Presented by Matt Beets (Rape Education
Awareness and on Campus Training). 7:30pm NE Union
"He sald...she said" panel discussion and video presen
tation on what students at UNL need to know about rape/
sexual assault on campus. 11:45am-100pm NE Union
"When No Isn't Enough" Self defense training and rape
awareness by Kit Boesch. 3-5:00pm Campus Recreation
Martial Arts Room
T. Marni Voee, comedian and speaker on rape. 8.00pm
NE Union Ballroom.
"Playing the Game" A presentation by Judith Kriss of the
Women's Center and Pat Tetreault of the University
Health Center. 6:30pm NE Union Regency Suite.
Nancy Ziegen meyer, author of the book "Taking Back My
Life" on her personal rape experience. 7:00pm Lied
Presented by ASUN
INDOOR SOCCER c
Register for Intramural Indoor Soccer (M,W) at either C
Campus Recreation Office by Nov. 17. Play will begin 12/ *
2 and continue into the Spring semester. A current UNL ti
photo I.D. is required of all participants prior to each game.
_ MEN WHO SING! - J
Iconoclastic, Individualistic, Independent, Interesting. J
Register NOW for Varsity Glee. 24(6 443, MWF, 12:30 :
See how the Mexican Mafia began inthe movie "AMERI
CAN ME.” Witness the struggled Latino*in the 1940's.
A discussion following, November 18, Wednesday,
6:30pm at the Culture Center. FREE ADMISSIONI
' STUDENT FEES
Committee for Fees Allocation
Questions??? -Concerns III
Voice your opinions to the CFA Comm, on the fees you
are charged. .
Thursday, Nov. 19
East Campus Onion 5:30 p.m.
City Campus Union 6:30 p.m.
STUDY ABROAD INFORMATION MEETINGS: Tues
days at 6:30pm & every other Wednesday (11/11,11/
25,12/2) at 4:00pm. International Affairs, 123/ R Street,
WOMEN S CENTER
Racism and Sexism-Tues. Nov. 17, 1130, Room 338
115 Meetings_ j
Meeting Thursday, Novem&er 19 at 7:30pm in Room 118
Manter. Elections will be held that night. Please attend if
you want to be an officer. Refreshments will be provided.
NU Meds Meeting
Wednesday, November 18, 6:00pm in City Union.
Speaker will be from Career Planning and Placement
Center to discuss Med School Interviews.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Tuesday, November 17,1992
5:00pm -HE 121/124
Speaker (ropi Helping Hands
You saved me
and my boo-boo
from bleeding to death
One of the diseases
your plasma fights
Help others while helping yourself.
WE NEED: Men & Women to donate valuable plasma.
WE PROVIDE: The friendliest staff in town, TV
entertainment, 2 hours free parking, $15 for each donation,
and bonuses for those who qualify to participate in our
special programs.All new donors and those who haven't
donated within two months receive $25 with this ad. New
donors please call 474-2335 for an appointment.
Lincoln Donor Center
126 N. 14th Suite 2
CORNHUSKER SKI* CLUB
eneral meeting Wednesday, Noverrtser 18, Noodles
omedy Club, 7:30pm. Program: Fashion Ski Review.
5now skiing ability is NOT a prerequisite to joinl tnforma
120 Greek Affairs-—....
ongratulations to John L., Tracy R., and Scott C. on
eing selected for Judicial Board.
The Men Of Theta Chi
rhe men of Pi Kappa Phi would Ike to thank the following
Executives for serving great terms: President-Brian
jubbels. Vice President-Sean Neumayer; Treasurer
lason Skiff; Secretary-Bill Feely; Historian-Aaron
dark os, Chaplin-Kevin Pond; Warden-Travis Smalley;
>ocial-Mike Hornbeck. Your efforts are greatly appreci
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Crossword Edited by Eugene T. Maleska No. 0717
i Opposite of
5 Mall and Tajo ol
17 Musical reques
22 Monocle part
24 Sty cry
25 Boatman of
29 Set firmly
33 Devils or Saints, «
34 Hoss's dad
37 Musical request ,
42 Elegant bash (
43 With 10 Down,
31 Quick looks
39 Musical request
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE 1
u Turns to the
1 Unruly throngs
2 Sevilla stewpot
3 Very funny
4 “-lay me
6 V.P. Barkley
7 Patriotic org.
8 Small piece
to See 43 Across
11 Poe tic middle
18 In great number
19 City on the
23 Elementary text
25 Threw out
26 Word with hoop
27 Not “fer"
28 Roulette space
30 “-, Lucille,"
31 A Vanderbilt
34 Take the bait
36 Twerp’s cousin
36 Soviet agcy.
39 Spread out
40 Luau souvenir
45 He wrote “The
46 Areas of activity
51 Gurgling sound
53 Croat, e g.
55 Bowlers or
56 Large kangaroo
57 Like sharp
60 Crude metal
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