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5 Clothing For Sale
Qira 10 wadding draw, very beautiful, bought from
f “ Vsfor $800 sell for MOO or boat reasonable offer. Call
Karen at 421-5219 8:00am-5:00pm or 457-2059 after
6 Computers For Sale
RAM, 20 meg
8 Furniture For Sale
Tan aueen sleeper sofa. $50; oak coffee, side tables
jS^Ijs. $70Tkitchen table. $35. call 476-0972.
12 Musical Instruments
Bach Model 15 Trombone for sale. $400.781-2034.
19 Ticket Exchange
4 Northwest Airline Travel Vouchers- Value $181,0C
each. Best Offer. 475-3508._
WANTED' 3NUva Iowa B-BaN Tickets for this Sat
Preferrably seated together If at all poesftXe. Cal 476
1031 • Tara
20 Vehicles For Sale
1987 Mazda 323 4-door. Auto. air. clean. $2950 offers.
Brer s Auto Sales. 1647 S. Third. 477-6442
RED 1988 YUGO GVX. Excellent Condition. Extremal)
Low Mileage. 5-Speed. AC. Great Stereo. Must Sell
S2 000 OBO. Call Tammy at 456-5079. Leave Message
ADOPTION: A loving choice
Let’s help each other.
Warm-hsarted. down-to-earth, childless couple long ti
become lull-time mom and devoted dad to your newborr
Picture a happy childhood tor your baby In a beautifi
family oriented neighborhood near parks, zoos, muss
urns, Ibrartos and good schools. We would cherish thi
baby forever. Let's tafc heart-to-heart. Expenses pak
Call Bonne and Bob 1-000-820-1945 after 7:00pm ESI
Happily married couple understands that adoption isn't a
easy choice. We can provide for and toys your newborr
Legal, confidential, expenses paid. Cal Pat and Vince 1
Abundance of love and security to offer newborn. Happl
marred couple looking to mate dream come true. Ei
penses paid, completely confidential and legal. Pleas
call Lara and Andy 1-800-453-7493.
Happily married couple wiehee to share ft
newborn Loving home, good education,
outdoors awaits. Legal end confidential. E>
outdoors awaits. Legal andconftdentiaJ. Expenses pax
Please call Elaine and Steve al 800-845-3597. ,
Adoption: Full time mom. athletic dad tong to glye yo
baby a Ida (Iliad with laugh tar. love, homo cookad msal
sports and summers at the beach. Expenses paid, a
Abby and Merit. 1-800-349-1 >66.
happily marriad couple (stay home mom ar
al dad) tong to adopt newborn. We offer toy
security, medical expenses paid. Give birth in CA. Cr
Lynne collect 310-552-0125
Caring ooupie understands the adopt x*i isn't an eat
choice. Wa can give your newborn love A heppm**
Expenses paid, dalt Leomta A Tad anytime 1-000-57
Want to tafcwtth someone7
Cell Betty or Cindv
Nebraka Children's Home
4600 Valley Road 483-7879
100 years of adoption esperience
27 Bicycle Service
INLINE SKATE SALE!
RollertXada ultra-wheel skates and accessorlM are 3
50% ofti We're clearing out bearings, pads, wheels ai
>rks-27th and Vine. 475-BIKE
morel Cycle Works-27fln end Vine. 471
Parties, Weddings and Location portraiture. Experience
FREE PREGNANCY TESTING
Confidential counseling available. Call for an
LINCOLN CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTER
941 0 Street, Suite 121
PREGNANT? BIRTHRIGHT Is a confidential helping
men! 4sJ2^099nanCy ,eM' pl*a8a ca*1 08 ,or BPPOlnt
80 Typing & Resumes_
Quality resumes, cover letters, typing.•Quick service,
affordable rates. Evening, weekend hours. 435-7264.
Resumes By Ann
Quality resumes, professional writers. Over 10 years
experience, proven results. 464-0775.
Professionally typeset and laser printed. $15 plus tax.
Oetfy Nebraskan,basement of Nebraska Union.
103 Spring Break Trips
Cancun, Jamaica, Daytona, Panama City, and Key
> West—The beet deals are with STS. Call Kristi or Traci
‘ at 474-6429.
i SOUTH PADRE ISLAND
Party with the bestll Beach Front Hotels or Condos with
Party/Activity Package $22 Per Person/Per Night
Taxes Not Included.
Spring Break ’93
I SURF MOTEL
•*ON THE BEACH**
8$ SAVE $8 ,
Panama City. Florida scuba trip, March 21 -26 with Heart
land Scuba Center. 8329. Call 468-7774.
Adam Sandler - Featured performer on Saturday Night
LNe. beet known for character Cajun Men, will be appear
ing at Ne. Weslyan University on March 400. BOO pm.
Tickets available at Twister* star 5flO pm Fab. 25. *5.00/
March 12. 13,14. For more Information cal Kria, 423
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT - flaharlae. Earn
$600+/week in canneriee or A4.00CW month on fishing
boat*. Free tranaporfationl Room A Board I Over 8,000
opening*. No axparlenos nacaaaary. Mala or Female. For
employment program can 1 -206-545-4155 axi. AS778.
In College of Agricultural
and Natural Resources
Application* ara available ter Studenl Airbaaaadors. 103
Ag Hall. Application deadline I* March 19 at 5 JO p.m
Do You Want a Taste of Life
Looking Glass I program on March 13 from 12-5pm.
ra Major Corporation?
Than apply for the CBA Student Development Ce
ting Glass I program on March 13 from 12
looking Glass I* a corporation simulation designed for
upper class undergraduate and graduate students who
have not had significant managerial experience. Each
student takas on the role of an executive In the Looking
before Friday February 2t to pick up an application
Intramural Baaketbalf Golf A Free Throw Contest
These contests will be held on Thursday. 2/25 and
y, 2/28 tram 8:00pm - 10:00pm in the Mabel Lea
i and the Miltary A Naval Qym
ATTENTION ALL WOMEN INTERESTED IN
COMPUTER SCIENCE I Com* to the Women s
Canter to socialize and establish networking
relationships with other female faculty, alumni
and studanta. This could ah/e you the edge you
ara looking fori February 25. at 400 pm to 530
pm In 338 NE Union.
Woman s Canter 472-2507
8o much more than you though*
, Phi Chi Theta
Congratulations Jan Warner. Jan Helgreo, Ltz Saha.
Mindy Schultz. Malania Herbert. Michelle MHIar. LaAnne
West, Jll Fagarbarg, Jennifer Armstrong
Social tonight 830 pm, I5»h floor-Ramada Inn, 141 No.
Study Abroad Information Meetings: Tuesdays M 630
pm, and Wednesdays * 400 pm. International Affairs.
1237 R St. 472-6358.
THI FAR SIM By GARY LARSON
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How ottack-wloner dogs w trained
The Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women is
seeking applications from interested members of the
University community for the following vacancies begin
ning in the Fall, 1993. Please sent a vita or resume and
a letter of interest to Claudia Price-Decker, Chair. CCSW,
209 Burnett (0308). Deadline for applications is March 8.
1 Faculty Member - City Campus
1 Faculty Member - East Campus
1 Graduate Student - City or East Campus
1 Undergrad Student - Crty or East Campus
1 Staff-City or East Campus
The James A. Lake Academic Freedom Award was
estaMshed m 1960to recognize those persons who have
contributed significantly to academic freedom through
acts that have supported, defended, explained, and/or
applied In practlcethe principles of academic freedom at
UNL. The previous recipients of this award were:
1980: James A. Lake
1981: No award given
1982: Desmond Wheeler
1983: James McShane
1985: No award given
1986: Harry Crockett
1987: Paul Olson
1988: Dermot Coyne
1989: James Cole
1990: No award given
1991: Campbell ft. McConnell
1992: Ned Hedges
We are now inviting nominations for the 1993 Award. The
nomination process • an informal one. Usually, a nomi
nation will consist of, a letter from the nominator describ
ing In some detail the basis forthe nomination. Of course,
nominations are strengthened by supporting letters from
other members of the University community. Neither
nominators nor nominees need be members of the UNL
faculty, but must have been connected with UNL in some
capacity at the time of the ads which form the basis of the
nomination. The ssledion process is described in the
enclosed description of the Senate's Academic Freedom
Award Committee. The current Committee consists of:
Larry Walkln, Chair
George Tuck, Senate R*y.
Nominations should be sent to:
Academic Freedom Award Committee
c/o Peggy Carson
Room 124 501 BuMing
City Campus, 0210
AH previous nominations are considered inactive. Ques
tions concerning nominations may be directed to mem
bers of the Committee. The deadline for nominations is
March 1Z 1993. _
Travel Abroad Workshop
■Gating Ready” (itinerary planning, $$$. safety. Ineur
ance & more). Tuesday, March 2,630 pm. International
Affairs. 1237 R S«. 472-5358.__
Red 4 Biacn Cate. 18i9 O St. Featuring: Hr
Hoard Us Love Cabal, Just TheOpDositc Tbc
Monkey Farmers Doors open a! 9 30pm
i-lflR fr.oaw Feb 76
WANTED: Old & used electric/acoustic guitars and arrv
l In caah. 474-09*
plitiers. Top dollar paid I
YELL SQUAD TRYOUTS
Any males or females interested In trying out shook
attend the informational meeting in Detraney Sports Can
ter (Track Area). Sunday, Fets 2* 5:00 pm. Important
meeting II Open gym 8-9pmfo8owtna meet mg. Come ser
what cheering for the Huskers is all aboutl If unable tr
attend of question, call Renee. 478-3387, or Norma. 472
Block & Bridle
Meeting at East Campus Union-7pm Initiates/Execs,
730pm Regular meeting._
Meeting tonight at 730pm in NE Union (room posted).
Guest speaker Or. Gregory F. Hayden. UNL Prof, of
Economics, on Environmental Economics.
Campus Libertarians meet tonight at630pm in the Union.
Check Union events calendar tor room number. Ques
lions-call 477-6467. __
Meeting at 730 p.m. Thursday In the City Union. New
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
Meeting #1, Thursday. February 25.630pm at the Health
Center. Current interns from UNMC and Washington
University in St. Louis will speak. Meeting #2, Wednes
day. March 3,730pm at the Health Center. Physical and
Occupational Therapists and Speech-Language Pa
thologists from the public schools will speak about their
roles and inner actions. For more information call ADI
Petersen 436-0719. __
Get psyched for our new member reception and meeting
starting at 430 in the Wick Center Todayl
Meeting tonight. 730 pm. Health Center lower level.
120 Greek Affairs
An American Classic II
Come twist the night away
Little Sister meeting Thursday at 730pm. Any questions,
can Jim or Jason 438-9432.
Congratulations to the Phi Doit soccer team for your 2nd
place finish In the All University Toum.
The Men of Phi De«a Theta
GREEKS & CLUBS
$1,000 AN HOUR!
Each member of yourfrat.
sorority, team. club. etc.
pitches in just one hour
and your group can raise
S1.000 in just a few days!
Plus a chance to earn
$1,000 for yourself!
No cost No obligation
1-800-932-0528, ext. 65
Congratulations to Tom Bentley (FH) and Gean Deshazer
Red Rose Formal
To the Women of Alpha Phi,
Thanks for a great dinner exchange and the karaoking at
Chesterfield's. Let's do it
Men of Phi Delta Theta.
130 Student Government
Status of Women
This commission works to increase awareness of gender
equity Issues, to serve as a resource for the campus on
and 209 Burnett
application available at 115 Nebr. Union
.Deadline 4 00 p.m., Monday, March 8th.
Two Student - At • Large positions open
Be a part of the board that appoints students
to 28 campus wide committees.
Appointees will assume their positions upon
of the next executives and senators.
Application available in the
ASUN office. 115 Nebraska Union.
Deadline is 400 p.m.
Friday, February 26,1993
10 Sessions for $20 (tax included)
FREE loz. Tanning Accelerator
Offer good only with this ad.
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