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CALL 472-2588 FAX: 472-1761
8 AM-4 30 pm Monday-Frirlay
34 Nebraska Union MOOR Street
Lincoln. Nebraska 68588-0448
$3.00 per day for 15 words on individual sludent
and student organization ads.
$4.00 per day for 15 words on non-student ads.
$ 15 each additional word.
$.75 Wiling charge.
Personal ads must be prepaid.
Found ads may be submitted free of charge.
00s For Sale
2 Appliances For Sale
Small Samsung dorm refrigerator. In good condition. Call
16 Computers For Sale
Packard Bell 386 SX. 40 MB. many options. Must sell
$950 OBO. 1-800-833-0920, 435-0380:
20 Furniture For Sale
Used furniture, computer, monitor, printer, and keyboard.
40 Misc. For Sale
For Sale: Texas Instruments TI-85 Graphing Calculator
60 Sporting Goods
Excel weight bench with leg extension A incline press
curt bar and weight. Best offer. Call Derek, 435-4669.
Skis for Sale
2 pr Dynastar downhill skis
*180 Freestyle's w/look 182 bindings
• 170 Visa Median's w/Salomon 753 bindings
Good to excellent condition. 8-10 yrs. old.
$50 per pair. Call 488-1412 evenings.
65 Stereos TVs For Sale
Camcorder for sale. Good condition. Two batteries,
charger, case and stand. Call 438-6958.
For Sale. VCR w/remote, $85 excellent condition, works
great. Also, COLOR T.V., $75.466 8520.
New 20" color t v. ♦ VCR. Paid $600, asking $500 O .B .O.
Call 436 8874.
Sony receiver, STR-D1011. Pro logic surround sound.
Used once. $600 new. Only $495. 436-7935.
70 Ticket Exchange
Fast Moneyl Will pay $17 for floor seats for men's
basketball. Call Kelly 436-8409.
Study in Russia this summer
Don l just sit around and do nothing this summerl The
College of Business Administration is offering you the
chance to spend three weeks In Moscow, Russia. Learn
more about the current political and economic situation in
Moscow by studying at the top business school In Russia
and expenence the vast culture that this country has to
oiler To find out more, attend the Information session on:
Wednesday, January 19 at 1:00 p.m. In C8A 1390
Thursday, January IS at S:30 p.m. In CBA 125
For more details, contact: Kim Songster. CBA 138 or
3 & 2 Year
Army ROTC Scholarship
For all disciplines now available. If you have 6 to 4
semesters remaining you may be eligible. Full tuition at
UNI, plus up to $450.00 tor textbooks. Cal 472-2468 for
Attention UNI Student. Start, l Faculty
Are you experiencing pain or dUcomlort In
your feat or lege?
Then check out the new podiatry services at the
University Heath Center. Podiatry services be
gin January 12, t994, Wednesday. 1-3p.m. For
more Information or to schedule an appointment
call 472-7415. A tee It Charged for this service.
THE INNOCENTS SOCIETY, the Chancellor s Senior
Honorary. Is now accepting applications lor new mem
bers The society recognizes 13 individuals from the
junior class wth outstanding leadership, service and
academic records. Applications are available In the Offtc
as of Student Involvement (200 City Union and 300 East
Union) and Or. Griesen's Office (124 Admin).
ATTENTION!! Eligble student planning to transfer to
T eachers Co lege must first attend a College orientation
session. Bring your advlting folder and a CMA to one of
the sessions listed below:
Tuesday. January 18 107 Henzlk 2:00 - 245
Tuesday, January 18 107 Henziik 300 - 3:45
Wednesday. January 19 107 Henzlk 3:30 • 4:15
Wednesday. January 19 107 Henzlk 4:30 - 5:15
Monday, February 28 IISHenz* 2:30 -3:15
Monday. February 28 166 Henzlk 300-345
Tuesday. March 1 107 Henziik 200 - 245
Tuesday. March 1 107 Henzlk 300-3:45
Tuesday. April 5 107 Henzlk 2:00-245
Tuesday. April 5 107HeftzHk 3:00-345
Wednesday. April 6 107 Henzlk 3:30-4:16
Wednesday. April 6 107 Henzlk 430-5:15
For more Information, contact the Teachers College Stu
dent Services Center. 105 Henzlk Hail.
ASUN meeting 6:30 Wednesday. City Campus Union.
Show up end voice your opinion about the proposed $5.00
bicycle registration lee and no-ride rone.
N s not too late - to I today. Sign-up tor the GMAT class
«t the Kaplan Center. Cal 475-7010.
Become a part of the sisterhood of Phi Beta Chi. Everyone
*Invited to our Info session January 20th, 6:30pm In the
Fighting For Our
Eileen Durgin dnehard to dtsouse LB-395 Gay/Lesbfan
Jan l8' 7:30 Pw-- Nab. Union, Heritage Hoonr
S««*lon I onto tSW Spring Firm Clan Schndrrln
begins January 24. Six week sessions are scheduled In
•'•“Including: aerobics, total body conditioning, water
aerobics, slap aerobics, plus several others. Class
schedules are available at the Office of Campus Recre
glow- For more Information, cal 472-3467.
.il16 ?,,ice Campus Recreation is offering an instruc
tional program on flyfishing, covering areas of technique,
safety, and equipment. Sessions will be each Tuesday
from 7 p.m.-9 p.m„ Jan. 25-April 5. Cost is $40 and $60
tor members and non-members respectively. For more
information, call 472-3467.
1 SHOTOKAN KARATE
This class will Introduce the fundamental skills and tech
niques in the art of Karate. Sessions will be Tuesdays/
a-™l<!!!yV.r0'K 5:45 P m ’7:45 P-nrt. and Sundays from
11:30a.m. Jan. 25-March 6. Member and non
member costs are $20.00 and $30.00 respectively. Call
the Office of Campus Recreation at 472-3467 for more
WTORNATIOKAL EMPLOYMENT- Make up to $2,000
$4,000+/mo. teaching basic conversational English
abroad. Japan, Taiwan, and S. Korea, many employers
provide room & board + other benefits. No teaching
background orAsian languages required. For more infor
matlon call: (206) 632-1146 ext. J5778.
Tuesday, January 18, Is the last day to enter Intramural
Foosbalj Doubles tor Men's, Women's, and Co-Rec divi
sions. Enter your team no at the Office of Campus
Recreation. For more information, can 472-3467.
CO-REC INDOOR SOCCER
The last day to enter Intramural Co-Rec Indoor Soccer Is
Tuesday, January 18. Don't delayl Enter your team now
at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for
The last day to enter Men's, Womens, and Co-Rec
Intramural Broomball Is Tuesday. January 18. Don’t de
layl E nter your team now. Call 472-3467 for more informa
The Manager Meeting for Co-Rec Intramural Indoor Soc
cer will be held Thursday, January 20, at 4:00 p.m. in the
Nebraska Union. Each team must have one representa
tive present to be eligible for competition. Call 472-3467
for more information.
Let s tan our hides at THE TANNING PLACE, Cotner«"R
Learn How To Sell
Wednesday, January 19,1994
5:00-7:30pm CBA 135
CBA Student Development Center Open House
Keynote Speaker: Donald Clifton,
Chairman Gallup, Inc.
Act Now I Call Alex or Gwendolyn at 472-7773.
Informational Meetings— Jan. 19 and 20. 6:00 p m
Boathouse 16th 8 V.
NEED A CHANGE OF PACE?
How about spending your next fall semester abroad? As
a part of the 1994 Senshu Exchange Program, you can
spend ten fun-filled weeks studying Japanese language,
business, and culture at Senshu University in Tokyo.
Japan. Find out more at the next information sessionl
Wednesday, January 19 at 10:00 a.m. In CBA 125
Thursday, January 20 at 6:30 p.m. in CBA 125
F or more details, contact Kerry Brooks. CBA 138 or phone
Legal, valid, real identification. For free application anc
information write to:
PO Box 19973
Information sessions about the Studdent Alumni Associ
ation for students interested In becoming members will b«
held at 4:30 on Tues, Jan 18 at the Wick Alumni Center
1520 R St. and on Thurs Jan 20 at 7:30pm in the Abe
Student Alumni Association applcations tor new mem
bers are now out. They can be picked up at the Office for
Student Involvement 200 NE Union or the Wick Center
They are due Jan 24 at 5pm, turned in at the Wick Center,
1520 R St._
Information meetings. Tuesdays at 6:30, Wednesdays ai
4:00. International Affairs. 1237 R St.
The WOMEN'S CENTER Is offering support 8 discussion
groups: African-American Women's issues,
assertiveness training, eating disorders, healing from
incest, literature of Wlnas. lesbian issues, surviving
sexual assault, preventing sexual harassment, assault 8
rape, parenting, letting go refationshbs and substance
abuse Cal the Women's Center at 472-2597 or stop in at
340 NE UNION for more Information.
Presented by the
ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER.
Decrease your stress and
improve your study habits using
better time management
TUESDAY, JANUARY I8TH
2PM - STUDENT UNION
Welcome backl Our first meeting is Tuesday. Jan. 18th at
5pm In the City Union._
UNL Students, Staff
If one of your goals for the new year Is to lose
weight and keep It off, the Unkrerslty Health
Center's Act kre Way To Weight Control program
may be for you Classes forming now to start
February 14th and 15th. Pre-reglslralion re
quired. For information, call UHC Registered
learn salt defense. gel in shape. Beginners
welcome. Meet in Combative Arts Room. Cam
’(uesday ft Thursday 8:30-9:30 p.m. or cal H.C.
WIN A TRIP TO CANCUNI Look lor detain and entry
blanks in the coupon section o» your new Universty
Telephone Directory Deadline lor entry Is February 10.
1994 Directories are available now at both Union Inf or
mahon Desks, at the University Bookstores and at the
ASUN Olflce. _
Women’s Soccer Club
Practice today at 3:30 In Cook Pavilion Questions???,
call Brandi at 485 9000. _
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.. Combative Arts room. Campus
Rec Prepare tor intramurals and tournament In March. No
experience needed. For Information, call Bonnie 487
Campus Red Cross Meeting Wednesday Jan. 19.1994.
6:00 at the University Heath Center. Everyone Is wel
Food Science Club
Meeting, Thursday, January 20. 6 p.m.. Room 42 FIB.
New members welcome.
German Honorary Society
Delta Phi Alpha Meeting: Wednesday Jan. 19, 7pm NE
Union. Room postedl
Work at men's and women's gymnastics meets. New
members welcome. Jan. 18,8:00 p.m., City Union.
Thursday Jan 20.6pm Union, room tobe posted.
Social/refreshments. All majors and classes
Meeting scheduled for Tues. Jan 18 has been moved to
Jan 27. For questions or Information call Deb at 472-8143.
Phi Chi Theta
important meeting tonight at 5pm in the Union.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Our first meeting Is Jan. 19 In room 31 Home Ec at 5pm.
We will be having pizza and our guest wll be Dean Craig.
Meeting, 5pm City Union
UNL Lacrosse Team
If interested come to meeting Jan. 19,7p.m. Rec Center
or call John, 477-4942.
UNL Wildlife Club
There will be a Wildlife Club business meeting on Jan
19th, 7pm, East Campus Union.
220 Greek Affairs
We hope you have a great initiation week. You guys are
Your AXO Sisters
Delta Week ’94
Obtained by lew. worthy of some, but wanted by all.
Earn $50 $250 for y o ur eeff plus up to $500 lor your dub I
This fundraiser costs nothing and lasts one week. Call
now and receive a free gift, f-800-932-0528 ext. 65
FH THEE WEEK
Building men starts here.
"She who does nothing tor others does nothing for her
Congratulations New Initiates. We are so excited for the
Congratulations Lori D. on being elected Vice Prez of
Habitat for Humanityl
Inspiration Week ’94
Pi Phi Pledges
Get excited for some fun tonight with usll
Love, the Juniors
Congratulations to the second semester pledges, good
luck on a great semester
Men of Sigma Phi Epsilon
230 Student Government
All Students Welcome
First meeting of the semester
Tuesday - Jan. 18
6:30pm - City Union
ON THE FOLLOWING
Campus Rec. Adv. Council - Res hall rep.
Government Liaison Committee
Senate - Division of continuing Studies
Senate - Graduate
Deadline for above positions:
Applications available at the
Student Government office
115 Nebr. Union.
Looking for Info, concerning my 22 yr old daughter, who
was adopted In 71 or 72. She was born Sept. 13th, 1971.
at Lincoln General Hospital. It Is believed that she was
adopted Into a family In the Lincoln area Her parents are
or were both professional people...possibly atlomey(s)
She would also have an older brother (also adopted).
Please call H you have any Info, or any pos stole leads. I
have always loved you honey, and want a chance to
explain everything. 432-0139 cellular. 476-9831 home
Or write: 5I9W. Sun. Lincoln, Ns 68521._
Missed you at Guitars A Cadillacs. Wednesday Night?
245 Lost & Found
Found: Calculator 1/14/94 at 10:30 a.m. in Henzlk audi
torium. Call to identity, 438-3133.
300 Help Wanted
Domino's Pizza la hiring delivery drNers. H you hava a
oooty schedule, Domino a can help. Most drivers average
Detamen $9.00-$ 11 00/hour. Must have a car. valid dri
er's (cense. Insurance and a good driving record. Apply
at DomlnoSPIzza. 1055Saunders. _____
Downtown YMCA needs experienced aerobic instruc
tors. Apply aM039 P- Street. 475-9622.
Come In From The Cold—
To a wanner work environment. Hudson Bay Company
serves progressive non profit organizations and needs
articulate politically concerned people to cal members.
Pay Is $7/hr M-F. $a/hr weekends. Paid training, benefits,
national conferences. Catl 476-1010 1 lam 3pm to
schedule an Interview
CRUISE LINE entry level onboard positions available.
Great benefits. Summer or year-round. 813-229-5478
DATA ENTRY OPERATORS
OPENINGS AVAILABLE FOR
8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
12:15 to 4:15p.m.
4:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Excellent benefit package immediately. Base Wage
PLUS Incentive Pay, Cafeteria and Parking, Individual
Work Stations, 11 Paid Holidays. 90% Tuition Reim
bursement for business courses, Ellgfole for wage In
crease after 6 months
Qualified candidate must be able to type 55 wpm with 5 i
or less errors. I
APPLY TO: j
DONNELLEY MARKETING INC.
DATA COMPILATION CENTER ,
340 APPLECREEK ROAD
* LINCOLN. NE 68528
MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
EVENING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE
**Taste of India**
Now hiring for waitery and kitchen positions. Qualified
candidates must be able to cover some lunch shifts. Apply
at 1320 O Street or call 475-1642.
Up to $5.75 Per Hour
pey A benefits package
*$5.00 lo start (Week-day noon 8 close shifts)
‘Health and Dental Insurance
*50% Meal Discount
*Freq. Performance Reviews
‘Great Work Environment
‘Tuition Reimbursed Plan
Amigos, an expanding quality oriented Mexican fast good
chain has excellent part-time and full-time opportunities
available now. If you are an aggressive, customer orient
ed person and like to work at a last, intense pace. 15 and .
16 year-olds welcome.
Apply Now at
14th& Q St.
27th & Cornhusker j
Joe College, Inc. seeks a responsible, motivated individ
ual to selfpopular college apparel on campus.
Child care aid needed. M-W-F morning and lunchtime
hours available. Apply at University Child Care. 1432 N
Join the busy front-end at Super Saver, 27th A
Cornhusker. Cashier positions are available for all shifts.
Flexible scheduling is ideal for students. You must be 19.
See front-end manager Terri Bode to apply.
Get A Jump On The Rest Of
The Lincoln Journal Star is recruiting an individual to fill
the position of District Manager. Candidates should be
mature individuals with good communication skills, who
are people oriented, and can motivate youth as well as
interact with parents and customers. This part-time posi
tion is ideal lor the college student who is looking lor a
challenging opportunity and personal growth. Qualifica
tions induce being available by 2:30pm weekdays, 9am
Saturdays, and some Sundays. Must be available to work
approximately 30 hrs/week, have own vehicle and insur
ance, and possess a valid drivers license. Benefits in
clude good hourly wage, bonus plan, mileage, and vaca- i
tion/holiday pay. Apply in person at Lincoln Journal Star,
second floor, 926 P St., Lincoln, NE 66508 by Thurs.
January 20. EOE
Interested in being a hasher? For information call 436
The Office of Campus Recreation is currently hiring
officials for Intramural Soccer. Starting pay Is $4.95 an
hour, 6-12 hours per week. If Interested. please attend the
Intramural Officials' meeting Thursday. January 20. The
meeting will begin at 4:00 p.m. In the Campus Recreation
Center. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Immediate openings for factory workers to be placed at
northwest Lincoln locations. All positions are 40 hrs/
week. Monday thru Friday. Applicants must be at least 18
or older and may apply between 800 a m. and 4:30 p.m.
‘Assembly Workers - $5.7 5/Hr.
‘Experienced Tool 8 Dye Machinists - $7.00/Hr.
‘Experienced MIG Welders - $7.00/Hr.
MSP Resources, Inc.
Suite 436, Greentree Court
210 Oatewa^North, Lincoln
Cooks and Day Bussers positions available. Flexbie
hours. Apply at K's Restaruant 1275 South Comer
Now hiring line and prep cooks, server/bartender. Fun
work environment. Meal discounts. Apply In person, 321
Now hiring the lollowing locations:
Gateway Food Court
27th 8 Dudley (delivery drtvere)
Part-time day and evening shits avail able. Apply in
person between 2 - 5 p.m.
Nebraskans Against the Death Penalty office manager/
coordinator. 20 hours/week. $ 100/week plus heath Insur
ance Inquire by eating 474-6575 or send resume to:
NADP, P.O. Box 81455. Lincoln. NE 68501. Deadline:
January 21 st.
Need experienced aerobic Instructors tor Monday-F rtday
afternoon classes. Call between 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday
Friday, 476-6600. _
Individuals with strong communication skills for business
to business telemaifcetmg selling simple new medical
device which practically sells Itself. Learn a lot and buld
your resume. Flexible daytime hours. Downtown location
Call Stephan at 475-4002. 8-5 p.m. EOE._
Omaha World Herald has morning home delivery routes
available. Areas: 17th 8 O St. to66th 8 O St. Also, Union
Colege vicinity. Excellent opportunity to earn extra cash.
No collecting. Call 476-6100.
Part-time cashier needed. Must be available Saturday all
day. References required. 1745 O St. Family Thrift
Part-time hep. 10-15 hours/week. Comics' Ink. 1401 N.
Cotner Btvd, 466-7768.
Part-time order fillers. Close to campus. Second shift 8
weekends. Apply in person, K-Co. 800 'R' St. No phone
Llncolnequare Food Court
F riendty, cheerful person to work counter. Noon hours on
weekdays [ xpenence not necessary. Apply In person
10-3. 13th andO Street.
Help needed weekend days In our dell. Restaurant expe
rience helpful, call The Acreage 423-4344 for appoint
Part-time Computer Operator
Immediate part-time opening for a computer operator.
Must be flexible to work hours on 1 st 8 2nd shift, Sun-Sat
approx 20/hr/wk. Responsible for computer mainframe
and peripheral equipment, off line printed output and
distribution. Ability to lift 60lbs. MVS 8 VM experience
lelpful but will train. Apply Mon-Fri 9am-4pm Technical
Management Inc., 421 S §th St., Suite 222 68508. EOE
Phone Volunteers Needed
Excellent experience for Human Service Major. Lincoln
Personal Crisis Service will hold a one-day volunteer
raining session Saturday, January 29 from 9:00 a.m. -
>;00 p.m. at 4341 Briarpark Drive. To register, call 475
>171 and leave your name and number.
Study Participant Recruiter
I you enjoy talking on the phone, consider this opportu
ilty. You will answer Incoming calls to screen individuals
or participation in Harris Laboratories pharmaceutical
Judies, while data entering Information into our data
>ase. Requires HS diploma and data entry skills. Prefer
I year experience In telemarketing, sales, or public
Specify shift you are interested In:
Mon.-Thurs. 3-7 p.m. plus Sun 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Mon.-Thurs. 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Mon.-Thurs. 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m. plus Sat. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Harris Laboratories, 824 Peach St., 68502.AA/
The Garden Cafe
70th & A ‘
3e part of a growing team of people who care. We are
:urrently looking for FT/PT servers. Days, nights & week
»nds. Experience necessary. Insurance, programs meal
’lease apply in person Monday-Friday before 10 a.m. or
liter 2 p.m. Ask for Anne or Chuck.
The Garden Cafe
70th & ‘A ‘
DISHWASHERS & UNE COOK
3e part of a growing team of people who care. We are
ooking for self-motivated individuals. We have day or
tight positions available. Insurance program-top wages
’lease apply In person Monday-Friday before 10 a.m. or
ifter 2 p.m. Ask for Gary.
310 Child Care Needed
ihild care needed for two children ages 7 and 4. Monday
ind Wedneday, 7:30 to 5:30 in my home. Must have
320 Work Study Jobs
Vork Study Students needed at Love Library City Cam
ius and CY Thompson Library East Campus. Day,
ivening and weekend hours available. $4.55-$4.80/hr.
kpply at Love Library, Room 108. 472-3963.
Vork Study and Student Workers - variety of skills,
amillar with computers and data bases helpful. Apply at
nternatlonaJ Affairs. 1273 R St. 472-5358.
330 Summer Jobs
Nebraska's most beautiful camp. YWCA Camp
Kitaki, located on the Platte River, Is seeking
applicants for the following positions: Counse
lors, Wranglers, Lileguards, Waterfront Direc
tors, Assistant Cook, Crafts Instructors, Adven
ture Trail Guides, Nature Director. Archery 8
Riflery Instructors. Steward. Call or write: YMCA
Camp Kitaki, 1039 P St. Lincoln NE 68508; (402)
OR ask for one of our application packets at your
Student Employment/Career Services Office.
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