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40 Garage Sales
10 Misc. For Sale
45 Musical Instruments
46 Office Furniture
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods
70 Ticket Exchange
180 Printing 8 Copying
195 Typing 8 Resumes
203 Spring Break Trips
205 Career Events
220 Greek Affairs
230 Student Government
245 Lost & Found
105 Alterations 8 Sewing
115 Bicycle Service
128 Child Care
135 Computer Service
145 Gift Ideas
150 Health 8 Fitness
158 Job Placement
160 Lawn care
165 Legal Services
173 Music Exchange
300 Help Wanted
310 Child Care
320 Work Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
460 Summer Housing
470 Mobile Homes/Ren!
CALL 472-2588 FAX 472-1761
8 AM-4 30 pm Monday-Friday
34 Nebraska Union 1400 R Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0448
5 Bicycles For Sale
Beat the heat. Get your spring bike tune-ups today at
Cycle Works, 27th and Vine.
40 Misc. For Sale
AA Cruise 8 Travel Employment Guide. Earn Big $$$ +
Travel the World Free) (Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii.
Asial) Hurry Busy Spring and Summer Seasons Ap
proaching. Free Student Travel Club Membership! Call
(919) 929-4398 ext. 23 It
70 Ticket Exchange
DESPARATELY WANTED: One ticket to the Meat Loat
concert at Kansas City. Mo. on Sunday. Am willing to pay
$30 or more. Please can 436-6434 or 472-2588 and ask
tor Mike Lewis.
90 Vehicles For Sale
86 White Ford Escort, runs great, $1200, 483-5795.
1983 JeepCJ7. Hardtop. A/C. 5-speed $1750.477-0638
88 Honda CRX-FM, 5-speed, great MPG, one owner,
superior condition, $6295, 489-88)7.
89 Nissan Sentra, 2-door, auto, air, AM/FM, 43K. clean,
$4250, otters. 86 Nissan Sentra, 4-door, auto, air, AM/
FM, 84K, nice, $2650, otters. Bears Auto Sales, 1647
South 3rd, 477-6442
203 Spring Break Trips
SPRING BREAK M-Jamaice- from $469, Cancurvtrom
$469 Other destinations available Daytona A Panama
City Beach Cal Student Travel Services at 800-648
4849. Alan at 438-1859. Shelly at 436-7769 tor more
205 Career Events
Only one more day untl the:
Government A Other After natfvee Career Fair
Thursday, March 3
UNL City Union
Visit with over 50 government A non-profit agencieslii
Nomination forms are available from the Office lor Stu
dent Involvement (both campuses), Women s Center and
Culture Center. Deadline: March 14. Successful nomi
nees win be invited to the Chancellor's Leadership Rec
ogmtion Reception where certificates of recognition will
be given out. Question® Please call Gerard Francis at
ABOVE THE REST
New Lite Dating Service
Tired of the bar scene? The 90s way for singles to meet
that^spectal person. Complete confidentiality. Call 486
T?JT<£repiT,ed ’? 9?1 >our butt Kicked at the RH-Week
Talent Show March 9th?
|uel 8 Cris
BOBBITT ON BOARD,
WATCH OUT FOR
Get this Limited Edition Bumper Sticker NOWI
Send $4.00 Immediately to: Universal Promo
tions, 3910 Loveland Dr., Lincoln, NE 68506
Open to everyone 18 or over, $2 cover charge.
*“®h 2-,orm 10:30 p.m.-1:00 a.m. at Panic!, 200 South
Sponsored by the Gay/Lesbian Resource Center, 472
The University Program Council March calender mistak
enly printed March 9 as the beginning of Early Registra*
tlon. Earty Registration begins March 14. UPC apolo
gizes tor any inconvenience this error may have caused.
CRAIG & CO.
Disney's Rock 'n Toontown is coming to Lincoln. You
don t want to miss out on this special event March 5 at 2:30
p.m. in the Centennial Room. Tickets available at all
Tlcketmaster locations. Sponsored by the University
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING- Earn up to $2,000-*7month on
Cruise Ships or Land-Tour companies. Summer 8 Full
Time employment available. No experience necessary
For informatior^call 1-206-634-0468 ext. C5778.
Office for Student Involvement Graduate Assistant appli
cations for 1994-95 now available in 200 NU, 300 ECU.
the Culture Center or the Women’s Center. Priority
screening begins on Monday, March t, final deadline for
receipt of application is April 1.
GREAT EXPERIENCE - FLEXIBLE HOURS - FUN
Office for Student Involvement Student Staff applications
for 1994-95 now available in 200 NU, 300 ECU, the
Culture Center or the Women's Center. Applications are
due March 18, interviews week of April 4-15. A variety of
positions will be available, salaries range from $4.25
$4.75 per hour. Please return your application to 200
Do you have your swimming suit ready? You re going to
take a cold swim at the RH-Week Cruise Ship, March
On March 8 at 6:00 p.m. in the Union, you have an
opportunity to voice your concerns and suggestions to the
University Program Council. Come prepared with mfor
mation and ideas for future programming.
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, 1994 Please send a vita or resume and
a letter of interest to: Claudia Price-Decker, Chair, CCSW,
209 Burnett Hall (0308). Deadline for applications is
March 11, 1994
2 Faculty Members City Campus
I Faculty Member East Campus
1 Office/Servce Member City Campus/East Campus
THEOLOGY FOR LUNCH!
Thursday March 3
12:00 noon. Nebraska Unton
DR. ERIC JOLLY
The Culture ol Dtabeiiel
by Stephen L. Carter
ALL FACULTY, STAFF,
A GRAD STUDENTS
UNO Aviation Institute
Pre registration update: Lincoln classes available Call
554 3424 or 1 -800-856 8648 _
Stop by the East Campus Union at noon on Wednesday
to hear your tavortte Dr. Seuss reading. Sponsored by the
University Program Council
WHITE WATER RAFTING
Experience the excitement ot white water ratting this
Spring Break in the beautful Smoky Mountains ol North
Carolina Sign up with Outdoor Adventures at Equipment
Check-Out in the Campus Recreation Center Member
price is $345 Call 472 3467 tor more information
WOMEN S LEADERSHIP
Space is still available tor you to registerl Get your
registration forms from the Office for Student Involvement
(both campuses). Culture Center and Women s Center.
Questions? Call Denise Cradick at 472-8)52 or Gerard
Francis at 472-8143
TNK FAR SIDK
By GARY LARSON
You and me at the RH-Week Grudge Match. Lets settle it
once and for all.
Attention Student Foundation
Meeting Thursday March 3 at 5pm in the City Union. There
will be a speaker, then nominations for officers and
committee heads. Room posted.
There will be a meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday,
March 2 in the Union. Guest speaker will be Beth
Rlckertson, from Paine Webber.
* bWed. March 2,1994
6:00 p.m., City Union
Dynamic Speakers " Recruitment Incentive
Meeting Thursday, March 3, at the Health Center, Base
ment Conference room F, 6:00 p.m. All interested Wel
Meeting Thurs. March 3, NE Union, 6:00 pm (TBA) guess
speakers: Greg Shey/Omaha Racers, Rob Goodman/
Meeting 7pm, Thursday March 3, Bring dues tees Ques
tions, call Scott 436-6107.
Wednesday, March 2 at 7pm in VBS 145. Doctor Becky
Arnold will bespeaking. Also, T-shirts and sweatshirts are
220 Greek Affairs
Congratulations are in order for these three outstanding
AOIrs: Sheri Cross and Amy Eickhoff on their selection
into Mortar Board, Jody Gray being accepted into Inno
Extral Extra I Read all about itl Congrats Dedra J. on your
summer newspaper internship. You are ajournalism studl
Love, your Tri-Delta Sisters
$1.25 Well Drinks
Ladies of AZD, „
Thank you for joining us for dinner last Wed, we couldn't
keep better company. Hope we do it again sometime.
The Men ot Triangle
Thanks to Peter Marhoefer S Jeff Sieddlk tor doing an
incredible )Ob on the 1994 Great Plains Conclave.
A griff-out in the winter?!? Who would have thoughtl
Thanhs tor a great time.
The Ladles of AXID
Wanted: Bright, handsome men seek kind, warm, fun
loving ladies for: MELODRAMA '94
Acacia A ???
Congratulations on Mortar Board Megan Mullin and
Becky Lowreyl We are proud of you I
The Top 3 Reasons lo Attend:
JAYNES ADDICTION II
Put on by Triangle, Town* Club A Ag Men:
#3) Its a chance to hang with other UNL Greeks
*2) Non-alcoholic parties show responsbility
# l) It’s an on Campus Party that Jayne and
Greison can't do a thing about.
March 4th, 1994, 9:00 p.m.
At Triangle Fraternity, $1 at the Door.
The women of Alpha Omicron Pi would like to thank Ag
Men for a most enjoyable dinner exchange.
I.D. Gets You
Bring your student I.D.
to the following places
& receive the following specials.
•CHESTERFIELD'S: 1/2 price appetizer or $1 off any regularly priced pitcher of Peer or pop
•BARBERETTES 10 Tans-$19.95, complete set of nails $29 95 (next to Ken's Kegs)
•GOLDEN CUTTERS: 15% off any haircare product -201 Capitol Beach Blvd #2
•MAX TAN: 10% off any tanning package 201 Capitol Beach Blvd #2
•NORTHRIDGE PHOTO CENTER FREE second set of 3x5 prints -14th & Superior
•ARBY'S 1 Regular Roast Beef Sandwich. Bag of Fries. & 16 oz Soft Drink only $1 99
•DOMINO'S Large one topping pizza $5 99. Medium $4.99. Two small one toppings $7 99
•DA VINCI'S $2 Mini. $4 Medium, $6 Large Cheese Pizza. Four 6" Hoagies for $8 -13th &Q
•RECYCLED SOUNDS 10% off used tapes & CD's, 10% off small & med posters 824 P St
•CHARTROOSE CABOOSE: Buy 8" Philly steak or deli sandwich get small french fry FREE
•METROPOLITAN BANK: Open a student checking account, receive a $10 deposit
•T.O. HAAS $12.95 for lube, oil, filter change 47th & Cornhusker. 640 West O St 3 others
•SUITE 9 $1 off pitcher of beer Mon.-Fri.. 9pm to midnight -2137 Cornhusker Highway
•RESUMES BY ANN Second cover letter FREE with resume packet ($15 value)
•DESERT FLAIR: 10% off unique southwestern apparel for women 56th & Highway 2
•D.J.'S SUNTANNING. One month unlimited for $37 or 10% off any packet (ball for appt)
•PARTY MAKERS 10% off entire stock -233 N 48th - Eastview Plaza
•JAZ7ERCISE: 12 sessions for $25 - 5500 Old Cheney Road
•HARMAN'S: 15% off for students -1422 O St 474-2402 -70th & A 489 5533
•BEAD BAR: 10% off purchase - 16th & W in the ReUmon Building
•SARTOR HAMANN: 20% off any jewelry - Gateway Downtown at 12th & O
•DULING OPTICAL: 20% off contacts, 50% full-prescription frames the Atrium. 12th & N
Offers expire July 15, 1994
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by Bill Watterson
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1 More recent
6 Middle Eur.
15 Very long time
16 The southeast
17 Brando's 1954
20 Defense gp
22 Across: Prefix
23 Burl or Charles
26 Make more alert
30 Like some
33 Krypton, e g.
36 -dire (legal
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42 Elec unit
44 Most difficult
so Have dinner
55 Poplar, e g.
39 Gary Cooper
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
65 Tavern orders
66 Loci: Abbr
1 Rialto light
2 Sicilian resort
3 Unit of electrical
8 An anagram for
» Pay for
11 A grandson of
13 Film dog
28 Carlsbad sight
26 Weak drink
27 Valletta is its
29 Created anew
30 Hippie's home
31 Forest, to
32 Officer below
35 Nation's output
39 Sum: Abbr
45 Provides with
talent or cash
46 Proud papa's
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51 Top A L.
52 Soccer great
54 L-Q connection
56 U S flag
57 Chalet feature
56 Delightful place
60 In favor of
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