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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1993)
40 Garage Sales
10 Misc. For Sale
45 Musical Instruments
46 Office Furniture
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods
70 Ticket Exchange
105 Alterations A Sewing
115 Bicycle Service
128 Child Care
135 Computer Service
145 Gift Ideas
150 Health A Fitness
158 Job Placement
160 Lawn care
165 Legal Services
173 Music Exchange
180 Printing 8 Copyinq
195 Typing ft Resumes
203 Spring Break Trips '
205 Career Events
220 Greek Adairs
230 Student Government
245 Lost A Found
300 Help Wanted
310 Child Care
320 Work Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
460 Summer Housing
470 Mobile Homes/Hent
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00s For Sale
New and used beydes. expert repair on al brands
Wheel n A Deafn Bike Shop, 2706 Randolph. 436-1477.
New and used bicycles. Closeout prices on al 93 models
Quick expert repairs Cycle Works 27th S Vine.
Wil buy used Cannon dale M700 or M800. Pay cash,
leave message, 436-7955.
Imported sheepskin leather jackets and hto pouches tor
sab at very affordable prices Stop by 46th A HoWrege
i Ai^io Glass Canter) on Saturday. Nov. 6th, or cal 464
ATAT 6300 (IBM PC). MONO MONITOR. $150: EPSON
APEX t t(V20(IBMPC«T),2OMEQHO,VGAM6NITOR.
$250; BOTH RUN WORDPERFECT; Eh SON PRINTER.
AMWAY <g> PRODUCTS COME
TO YOU- 1
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Phone 436
AKC Samoyed puppies. Warm, fuzzy, while, bald. First
shot and papers. Family raised. 438-1453.
For Sale: VCR w/remote, $90, excellent condition, works
great. Also, COLOR T.V.. $75.466-8520.
NU vs. OU ticket for sale, 436-8736, ask for Suzie.
WANTEDI 2 Iowa State tickets. Call Cara 436-0577.
'85 Mercury Lynx, blue, 4-door hatchback, automatic,
good gas mileage, very reliable, 476-8511.
of*$600°436'98^5*°V* ^uns re*My good. Nice for a price
1990 Nissan truck, 37,000 miles. 4 cylinder, no A./C.
Good school or work vehicle. $4,800. 486-2618, leave
1983 Nissan 200 SX: Get 30 ml./gallon or better, engine
perfect condition, body needs TLC. Basic transporta
tlon—$650, call 436-7708, leave message.
1979 Monte Carlo. 350. $850 O.B.O. No tunes. Runs
great. Good body. 475-9957.
4th Annual UNL PowWow
Sat, Nov. 20,1pm - 10pm
Sun., Nov. 21,1pm - 5pm
Don! miss this tree cultural experience ot a Ittetlmel Event
staff needed for set up and dean up. For more information
call Ernest at 472-8146.
Co-sponsored by UPC and UMTE.
A NIGHT IN THE ORIENT
Sat. Nov. 6.1993 630-12:00pm
Dinner. Performances. 6 Dance
Student $9.00/non-student $12.00
Discount for group tickets
A NIGHT IN THE ORIENT
9 p.m. to midnight
$2 UNL Students w/ID, $3 Public
Tickets available at Entrance
University Program Council
AA Cruise 6 Travel jobs. Earn $2500/mo. ♦ travel the
world (reel (Carbbean. Europe, Hawaii. Asial) Cruise
lines now hiring for busy holiday, spring and summer
seasons. Guaranteed employment! Call (919) 929-3139.
Interested in heating at
Barney 'Bashing' Day,
Stop by UPC-117 Nebraska Unton
_or call 472-8146. _
Cruise Ships Now Hiring
Earn up to $2,00CH7montb ♦ world travel (Hawaii. Mexico,
the Caribbean, ate.) Summer and Career employment
available. No experience necessary. For more informa
tlon cal 1 -206-634-0466 ext, C877&._
THE TRADITION CONTINUES!
By GARY LARSON
Wihe card cheat*.'. f^ay death 1
l stalk you both in -the ^
ikjfrfy blackness of the nyhKA
ft had started off as a pleasant evening, but, as the
Caldwells soon discovered (too late, regrettably), It
was bast not to try and trump the old gypsy woman.
* _* . 9 '
Do you know an OUTSTANDING individual or organiza
tion? Nominate them lor the Heart and Soul or Organiza
tion of the Month awardsl Pick up forms In 200Clty Union.
300 East Union.
ESL EXPERTS: TOEFL Preparation, ESL classes. Cul
tural training, weekend seminars/ workshops. Dick Kruse
Intramural Turkey Trot
The Men’s, Women's, and Co-Rec Turkey Trot will take
place on Sunday, November 7, at 1:30 p.m. in Oak Lake
Park. No advance entry Is required. Frozen turkeys will be
awarded to the winning teams. T-shirts will be awarded to
Individual winners and the Co-Rec champions. Call 472
3467 for more Information.
MAKE MONEY PLAYING NINTENDO VIDEO GAMES
ANYWHERE IN THE NATION. IF YOU ARE AVAILABLE
VARIOUS DAYS AND HOURS BETWEEN NOV. 20 AND
DEC. 28, CALL GRETCHEN HOMINY AT 1-800-229
5260 FOR MORE INFORMATION._
Phone Volunteers Needed
Excellent experience lor Human Service major*. Lin
coln Personal Crisis Service will hold a one day volunteer
training session Saturday. Nov. 13, from 9:00a.m. to5:00
p.m. a14341 Briarpaik Drive. To register call 475-5171,
leave name and number.
PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
The last day to enter the Intramural Pre-Season Basket
ball Tournament for both men and women is Tuesday,
November 9. Don't delayl Enter your team now. Call 472
3467 for more Information.
University Program Council
International Film Series presents:
The story of QUIJU
A revenge comedy from Hong Kong. Sunday. Nov. 7. 3.
5, 7. a 9 p.m. Ross Film Theater
Real Students Read Subtitle*!
First-year students interested In enhancing their leader
BECOME A LEADER
Applications available in the office tor student involve
ment, city and east campus union. Applications due Fri.
by 5 p.m.
Open forum discussion on roles in relationships.
O.U.R.S. organization Sunday, Nov. 7 at 4 p.m.—Union.
Meeting/Dinner. Sunday 11 -14-93,6-0 p.m. Culture Cen
ter. COME AND BRING A FRENDI_
Cannondale to Kansas
Aa Men Delta Zeta
A Philanthropy tor the St. Elizabeth Bum Center
We re gonna hick tail at we fire on down to KU.
Alpha Chi Omega
Don’t forget to enter your candidate by Friday, Nov.
Congratulations Ally B. on making Teacher's College
Advisory Board. Way to got
Have a great weekend ladies. I hope you all have some
good old clean funl
Congratulations Amanda on your engagement to Eric.
We wish you all the best. ^
AG MEN DELTA ZETA
Cannondale to Kansas.
It'a a long cold herd trlpto raise money for SL
Elizabeth’s Bum Center. Thanks for your support
Thanks lor putting a smile on my face ail week.
Love, Baby Smiley
Thanks for the swingin' time at the Barn Party Monday
The Men of Chi Phi
Bikers, Booze & Tattoos
IlKO <t>M 0H
Congratulations to Greg Metschke, King Pin of the Week.
Your Sigma Nu Brothers
Congratulations to Kim Hildebrand (AXO) and Dave
Steinke (AGS) on your pinning.
Love, The Women of A^oha Chi
Congratulations to the Delt "A" team on winning the All
University Softball Championship. Squier for MVP I
Your Delt Brothers
Congrats on your Beta Gamma Sigma Business award.
Lynette Boltz Is a studl
_____Love, Your Sisters.
Congratulations on winning the Softball Championshp
and being runner-up in football. The tradition continues.
The Men of FarmHouse
It's a bird. It's a plane...It's "Shifty". Good Luck to Jason
ShiftermNler. You will be Alpha Cni Omega's Playmate of
The Men of FarmHouse
Get your tickets now for only S5.00I
Phi Psl Pledges:
You guys are great on wheelsl Thanks for going skating
with us I We had a great timel
_The Phi Mu Pledges
Congratulations to Sean Neumayer for gening your in
ternship with Disney.
Your Brothers in PI Kappa Phi
Susie Blasius and Kristin Eberhardt (Gamma Phi Beta),
Congratulations on your selection Into NHRI.
Love, Your Sisters
To the Women of Alpha Phi,
Thanks for the great dinner exchange. Let's do it again.
Men of Sigma Nu
ON THE FOLLOWING
Committee for Fees Allocation - off campus rep.
i Government Liaison Committee
Senate - Division of Continuing Studies
Sexual Orientation Subcommittee
Openings for Graduate Students only:
Computational Services and Facilities
Grading 8 Examinations
Deadline for all positions: Nov. 15
Applications available at the Student Government
office, 115 Ne. Union
TAKE YOUR ROOME OUT TO LUNCH ON USI Place
your personal ad in the DN November 12-19 and receive
your coupon for a free Subway sandwich. Room 34,
basement of the Nebraska Union.
Happy anniversary I Thank you for the best year of my life.
I love youl
Found: black leather jacket inside CBA building. 1st floor
on Wednesday. Call 472-2588 to claim.
Available at Twisters
Cdlvin and HobbGS by Bill Watterson
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Crossword Edited by Eugene T. Maleska No. 0104
1 Pilgrimage to
13 One of the
14 Garden planters
19 Rowing group
19 Start of a
rejected suitor s
22 Cheers for a
24 Fabric for shirts
29 Makes lace
37 More of “sour
40 Mon. chaser
42 Large artery
49 Passerine birds
47 Common article
49 Where Anna
so End of “sour
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
58 Bjrdie beater
59 Diplomat’s forte
62 An arum
63 Speaker of
65 Transit patron
2 Vino district
3 Fades gradually
4 Scout gathering
7 Kitty sweller
■ Former ruler
9 Powder bag
11 Balkan native
12 Jekyll's evil alter
15 Study or cuddy
21 Type of car
24 Locale of 1989
26 Not whispered
26 Did a gainer
26 Is unwell
31 Radio role for
32 Fountain treats
30 Pointed a
44 Record needle
40 Mature or Jory
so Clan division
52 Northern U.S.
54 Cote sounds
55 Jupiter's Norse
57 Take five
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