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40 Garage Sales
10 Misc. For Sale
45 Musical Instruments
46 Ottice Furniture
50 Pets ,
55 photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods
70 Ticket Exchange
105 Alterations 8 Sewing
115 Bicycle Service
128 Child Care
135 Computer Service
145 Gilt Ideas
150 Health 8 Fitness
158 Job Placement
160 Lawn care
185 Legal Services
173 Music Exchange
180 Printing a Copying
195 Typing & Resumes
203 Spring Break Trips
205 Career Events
220 Greek Affairs
230 Student Government
245 Lost S Found
300 Help Wanted
310 Child Care
320 Work Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
450 Apart ments/Rent
460 Summer Housing
470 Mobile Homes/Pfent
$3 00 per day for 15 words on individual student
and student organization ads
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tisement which discriminates against any person
on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, race,
religion, age, disability, marital status or national
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contents of all ads pnnted, as well as any claim
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vide the readers, the betler your responses will be
Begin the ad with the item for sale or offered
Include the price of ihe nems lor sale.
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00s For Sale
New and used bicycles, expert repair on all brands.
Wheel'n t DeaTn Beta Shop, 2706 Randolph 438-1477.
Amsirad word processor -6250 Beautiful condition. Fits
on small desk out has large screen. Movable keyboard
and printer Included. Great tor dorm room or small apart
ment. Call 476-6741. Ask lor Julia or leave a message.
IBM Compatible PC. Complete with monitor, hard drive
and software. $100. 484 9344 evenings.
Laptop— IBM Compatible. Barely used. 386,40MB Hard
drive, 1 MB RAM. $500 OBO. 421-7858.
Sectional couch, $15. 477-6894.
Desks for sale. $85-$125. Call 467-3544 between 8:30
Queen sized cotton Futon. Maplecherry. Fold-down sofa
style frame. Must see. 421-7858.
30 gallon aquarium with solid oak stand and hood.
Excellent condition $200 OBO, 477-9218.
8 mm. movie camera. Sankyo complete with several
special lenses, editor, and other misc. camera items. All
for $99. 421-8217.
Brother Daisy-wheel computer printer. $80; Sony 9-inch
external RGB monitor for laptop. $120; Flat-bedplotter,
six pen cartridge, extra pens and media. $450. Contact
Alan at 489-6754.
HAVE FUN1 YOU CHOOSE AND CUT YOU OWN
CHRISTMAS TREE from 3,000 perfectly trimmed live
trees, $15 $40 PINE HILLS ACRES 92nd & Ost Start
ing Thanksgiving 10:00a.m.-Dusk weekends, 3:00p.m.
Movies for Sale
Over 100 titles. All $9.99. Blue Mountain Coffee, Reunion
Orange Bowl Tickets
Great seatslll Best priceslll
Student discounts. 1 -800-300-4849.
Student Basketball Tickets to trade, so each will have
pairs to 1/2 of games. (436-6917.)
87 Nissan Maxima, auto, air, moonroof, loaded, nice
$5,450, offers. 87 Nissan Sentra 4-door XE, 5-speed, air.
clean, $3,250, offers
Baer • Auto Sale* 1647 S. 3rd, 477-6442
Mexico: Mazatlan or Puerto
7 nights beach, hotel and air from Omaha. From $538/
person. Quads available. Cal NOW 467-3900.
AA Cruise 8 Travel jobs. Earn $2500/mo. + travel the
world freel (Caribbean, Europe. Hawaii. Asial) Cruise
lines now hiring for busy holiday, sprlno and summer
seasons. Listing Service. Call (9)9) 929-3139.
Parties are forming!
If you are interested in running
In the Spring ASUN elections
Sign the list In the ASUN oflice
115 Nebr. Union
BEER GAMES II
(The book) GREAT GIFT. Order NOW receive FREE
Intellectual Beer Games, Offensive Jokes I Send $8 cash/
check ($7+$1 S4HJ. Shipped w/ln 48 hours. College
Products Inc: P.O. Box 2456, Amherst, MA. 01004.
At the Women s Center through Frl. Dec. 3rd. We need
clothing for all ages, especially could weather items.
Donations will go to the Good Neighbor Center, YWCA s
Job Outfitters, and Teen Mother's Programs, Fresh Start,
Lincoln Action Program, and Cedars Home tor Children.
Call 472-2597 for more Info.
THE FAR SIDE By GARY LARSON
Raymond's last day as the band’s sound technician.
NO finals or hour exams can be
given during Dead Week
Finals can ONLY be moved to another time
During Finals Week
with the unanimous consent of the class.
In the Women’s Center...
Hilda Raz. writer and editor of "Prairie Schooner" will
discuss the Canadian women’s writers issue on FRIDAY,
Dec. 3 from 11:30 to t :00 p.m. In 338 NE. UN ION as part
of the Women In Perspective series. Questions - call 472
2597. _ __
LET’S STUDY ABROAD
Adventure... Excitement... Spend three weeks of your
summer in Russlal You can earn three hours of econom
ics credit while exploring the constantly changing country
of Russia. You'll visit many sites in Moscow and St.
Petersburg, and you'll study at Moscow's top business
school. Find out more on Wednesday, December 8 at
3:30pm In CBA 125.
If Mexico is more your style, who not spend the summer
or a semester in Monterreyl You'll be naving the time of
your life while you study business and learn a new
language. For more details about studying in Mexico,
come to CBA 125 on Wednesday, December 8 at
DON'T PASS UP THESE WONDERFUL OPPORTUNI
For more information, stop by CBA 138 or call 472
NEED MONEY RIGHT NOW?
Tired of waiting until payday to get cash? We will cash
your personal check and hold it til payday. Lowest rates
in town I
Nebraska Check Cashers
11th fc Cornhuaker 477-2535
48th t "O" 464 7446
Travel Abroad and Work. Make up to $2,000-$4,000+/
mo. teaching basic conversational English abroad. Ja
pan, Taiwan, and S. Korea. Many employers provide
room 8 board + other benefits. No teaching background
or Aslan languages required. For more information call:
(206)632-1146 ext. J5778
Wanted: 5-6 people interested in starling a Dungeons 8
Dragons Campaign. Beginners welcome. 484-8501.
Win a trip to Cancunl Look for details and entry blanks in
the coupon section of your new University Telephone
Directory. Directories are available now at both Union
Information Desks, at the University Bookstores and at
the ASUN Office.
Featuring Windham Flill Recording Artists - Spe
cial guest, Joel Di Bartolo December 5, Lied
Center. 8:00pm UNt students $15, public $25.
Available at lied Box Office
Are invited to see what Tau Kappa Epsilon is like tonight
at 5:00 p.m. at our Sloppy Joe dinner. Casual dress.
Like to near more? Call Tim at 436-7736.
Meet at East Union Bowling Alley, Sunday. Dec. 5, 5:30.
Officer elections—Attendance Important!
Habitat for Humanity Meeting. Tues. Dec 7 at 5:30 p.m.,
Nebraska Union Spring Break Trip will be discussed.
UNL Horticulture Club
Nebraska East Union
800 a.m. - 300 p.m.
AOII congratulates the new Leaders Council: President,
Jody Gray; VP, Erica Peterson; VP Memb. Ed., Tari
Loseke; VP Chap. Relations, Jill Fazzini; New Member
Ed., Julie Duerfeldt; Corr. Sec., Tia Trauernicht; Rec.
Sec., Ann Deaver; Treasurers, Julie McWilliams, Amy
Eickhotf; Rush, Holly Carspecken; PR, Sheri Cross;
Social, Brittanie Leffelman; Schol.. Ellen Gilbert; Philan.,
Jodi Peters;Panhellenic, LaraDuda; House Mgr., Kristen
Christmas Formal 1993
Congratulations to the new officers:
President- Chris Potter
1st V. President- Mitch Stuhr
2nd V. President- James Pracheil
Secretary- Jeff Wellman
Treasurer- Jack Rol
Rush- Rob Ritter
Social- Mike Wobken
Scholastics- Matt Bruns
Chaplin- Chris Meier
Congratulations to the new 1994 Officers: President - Alex
Barbieri; Vice President - Jake Vetter; Treasurer - Bryan
Reil; Secretary - Judd Nicholson; Warden - Jeff Shive;
Historian - Andy Weber; Chaplain - Jim Meshling.
Your Brothers in Pi Kappa Phi
0E OM LAM
Time to fill our stockings
And ring in the new yearl
Christmas Formal '93
Congratulations to Brian Murphy for getting honorable
mention in all University softball and f or nelping your team
to an undefeated regular season.
Triangle Little Sisters Present a Spaghetti Dinner on
Sunday, Dec. 5th at 5:30 in the Triangle Fraternity 8ase
ment. Cost is $2.50 in advance, $3.00 at the door. Call
436-8671 for tickets. Hope to see you there.
Be apart of the Campus Recreation Advisory Council. If
you five in a residence hall, apply to fill our current
vacancy. Applications are available In Room 55 of the
Campus Recreation Center or Room 32 of the ECAB.
Deadline: Friday, 12/10/93. Questions: 472-3467.
The purpose of the board shall be to represent the student
body in dealing with the health concerns of the University
community. You do NOT have to be from Pre-Medical
professions. Deadline is December 3 at 4:00pm Appli
cations available in the ASUN office, Rm. 115 Nebr
Thanks forthe 'cakes. Have a great debut tonight. I'm sure
it'll be ptabulous.
To My Steven,
Happy 22nd honl This day is for you and you are for me.
Thank you for everything you have added to my life.
To the best UNL babe on campus, HAPPY 22ND BIRTH
Love, CSU babe
Mike, Jason, Eric, Kristi, Chrlsti, Jeff, Masoud,
Jeff, Juli, Mary, Susan, Amy, Rick, Joel, Aman
da, Sandy, Anya, Adam, Charles, Jason, Joyce,
Susan, Kerri, Mary, David, Michael, Angie,
Stephanie, Sonia, Christopher, Andy, James,
Matt, Kristin, Mary, Stacey, Bryan. You're all
greatly appreciated for who you are, the job you
do, and now much you givel
Thanksl Kris, Michael, Wendy. Glenn, Sue.
FOUND: Set of keys. Contact Human Resources at 472
3101 to claim.
FOUND: Sunglasses at 17th and R. Claim at the Daily
Nebraskan office, 34 Nebraska Union, from 8 a m.-4:30
Lost: Keys on a Detroit Pistons keychain, computer room
in Union. 421-7495.
Lost: Pentax camera in Tamrac case. Left in Avery
Monday night. Please call 436-6137.
500 Summer Opportunities
In NY, PA, MASS, MAINE: Teachers, Coaches, Chefs.
RN s, Instructors needed for Tennis, Basketball, Base
ball, Hockey. Swimming/WSI/Lifeguard, Sailing, Water
skiing. Windsurfing, Lacrosse, Archery, Gymnastics,
Ceramics, Jewelry, Volleyball, Soccer, Dramatics,
Equestrian, Fitness, Ropes, Outdoorsman, Piano Ac
companist; Physical Education Majors, Etc. Upperclass
men preferred: Must love kids - Call Arlene I 800-443
ARTS & SCIENCES
Applications are available tor Arts and Sciences Student
Adviser positions in 12230ldfather. Deadline is Wednes
day, December 8, 1993.
BUS PERSON, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.
11:30 A M. 2:00 P.M $5.50/HR. TO START. $6 00/HR
AF TE R 2 WEE K S. Tam O Shanter 105 S. 25th. No phone
Cashier needed Part time position open References
required. Apply Family Thrift Center. 1745 O' Street.
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson
MS PAPER IS ENTITLED. AHEM JI SAS TtRANNOSAURS
"TSRANNOSAORUS REX • WERE PREDATORS, BECAUSE
FEARSOME PREDATOR OR IT WOULD BE SO BOGUS IF
LOATHSOME SCAVENGER V THEV JUST ATE THINGS
THAT WERE ALREADY DEAD
<_THE END" _^
I'M A CONCISE
Crossword Edited by Eugene T. Maleska No. 0124
10 First of a Latin
13 Writer Kingsley
14 Take to a
is Caesar's 504
16 Start of a quip
20 Quip: Part II
23 Seme aits
30 Helm position
32 Where good
eggs often meet
3S Quip: Part III
40 G-man, e g.
41 Cinders of
42 Birdsong of the
49 Whom to put
the blame on
31 Bring home the
52 Semi, for one
55 End of the quip
60 Islam's Bible
61 Bard's river
62 Double curve
1 Rum cake
2 Arabian bigwig
3 Coins in
4 D day craft
7 Sol’s output
• Handy abbr.
a Red or Black
11 Certain runner
18 Blanket weaver
18 Main and Wall:
23 “-a Kick Out
24 In single file „.
29 Entree, for one
27 Medicinal plant
34 Fit snugly
37 Word with
36 Dust particle
43 Uses the tub
4# All: Comb, form
4« Building wing
4t Naval historian
si To be, in Toulon
52 Talk insanely
53 Operatic prince
54 Heredity carrier
M Gives a
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