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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1994)
Tuesday, October 11 is the deadline to sign up for the
following Outdoor Adventures trips: Day Bike Tour,
Sandhills Backpacking, and Mountain Bike Trip. Don't
miss out on these great trips. Call the Office of Campus
Recreation at 472-4777 for more information.
In the Cultural Seminar
Learn about ethnic minority cultures and gain valuable
insights, in a four-week course beginning Oct. 19 and
meeting Wednesdays 6:30-8 p.m. Applications available
in the Culture Center and the Office for Student Involve
ment. City and East._
FAST FUNDRAISER-RAISE $500 IN 5 DAYS-GREEKS,
GROUPS, CLUBS, MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS. FAST,
SIMPLE, EASY-NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATION (800)
775-3851 EXT. 33_ _
That's right, w re having afree TEST DRIVE at the Kaplan
Center on Sunday, October 16th at 1230 pm. You can
lake a full length GRE. MCAT, GMAT or LSAT and see
how you m Ight do on the real thing I! Call 475-70 • 0 to pre
Get Free Red Shirts!
New Student Enrollment Orientation Leader applications
are available NOW at the following locations: Culture
Center, Office tor Student Involvement (both campuses).
Multi cultural Affairs, All Residence Hall Front Desks.
Application* are due October 24th!
Com* to an Information Session:
Tuea, Oct. 4 at 4:00-Clty Union
Thurs, Oct. 6 at 7:00-Ni#hardt Gray Room
Wad, Oct 12 at 4:0O-Cultur* Canter
Tuea, Oct 18 at 7:00-Eaal Union
Thura, Oct 20 at 7:00-City Union
Back Into Success!
Applications lor the Heart & Soul Award and Organization
of the Month are still available in 200 Nebraska Union!
Don't forget to turn them In by Tuesday!
Harvesting Season Farm Visit
Int I Affairs is organizing a visit for UNI Int I Students to a
(arm south of Lincoln, on Saturday, October 22. We will
leave IA at 1:00pm. Transportation cost is $5.
The guided tour will gake you fo Bluestem Valley Farms
and see the combine harvest, livestock, and several other
things. It Is a first exposure for many of you to American
Spaces are limited. Come to IA and sign up now!!
Questions & concerns??
Organization and groups representatives are encourages
lo attend Wednesday, Oct. t2 at 5:00pm at the Wick
Alumni Center. _ _
The last day lo enter the Co-Rec Soccer Tournament la
Tuesday, October 11. Don't delay) Enter your team now.
Cal 472-3467 for more information.
Tuesday. October It is the last day to enter Co-Rec
Basketball. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. For more Information, can 472-3467.
INTRAMURAL TABLE TENNis
The last day to enter Men's and Women's Table Tennis
Singles Is Tuesday, October ft. Don't delay I Enter now
at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 lor
Seventh Annual Cultural
LeadershIpCenter, (Aurora). Applications avail
able at Student Affairs, Multicultural Affairs,
Student Involvement (City and East Campus),
Culture Center, and ASuN. Cal 472-3755 for
more inform at ion.
Sigma Tau Delta
A* members and new member*I Initiation Thursday. Oct.
13 in Andrews 228. H you are a declared English major or
minor and are Interested in joining you are Invited to attend
Jump from a perfectly good airplane. Call Crete Sfcydkr
>ng Center 464-2929
Tore, a national gay noht* actlvet. will be speaking Oct
! 1 at 7:30 pm In the Union. UNL students free, public $5.
Sponsored by the University Program Coundl.
University Program Council
Applications for the University Program Coundl are now
available at t ISNE Union, H7 NE Union. 200 NE Union
and300 East Union. Deadline e Oct. 14 at 200 NE Union.
Need to update your
Measles Clinic Oct. 17 at the University Health Center
from 9-11 am and 1-4 pm. $10. No appointment neces
Mon., Oct. 10
Tues., Oot. 11
Wed., Oct. 12
11:00 to 1:00
Register and Make a Difference!
WOMEN WHO LOVE SEX
Let's tafc serious... A time lor Women
October 13th, Noon-1:30pm
The Women's Center
338 Nebraska Union
WOMEN S WRESTLING
Enhance your current litness/training program. Practice
Wednesday 7:30 pm combative arts, campus rec. Begin
ners welcome questions call Bonnie 467-4124.
‘Civil Engineering Students*
ALL Civil Engineering students should plan to meet with
their adveors at the early registration meeting on Tues
day. October 11 at 4:30pm in W347 and W357 Nebraska
Hall. Packets lor Spring 1995 will be available. Students
are reminded that they still must have their advisors
approval belore registering lor classes. Refreshments
will be served.
Meeting Wed. at 6p.m, Oct. 5. Interest Centers will be set
up. Come see what we are all about. Meeting is located
in the basement of the University Health Center.
AgEcon/Agribusiness Club meeting tonight, 5:45pm,
room 45 Riley Hall. Program: International Studies
Abroad. Pay dues and $13 for protege banquet.
Ag Ed Club
Meeting 5:30pm tonight, 3rd floor East Campus Union.
Remember to pay due6.
ART HISTORIAN SOCIETY
What to do with an Art History degree? Come to Woods
photo lab Tuesday (Oct. 11) at 730p.m. for an important
Student Advisory Board
Meeting Wednesday in the Union. New Members 430.
regular meeting 530. Business attire.
Collegiate 4-H Club
Meeting tonight at East Campus Unionf730 and exec, at
7:00 See you there!
Meeting: Tues.Oct. 11,7p.m. Room 201 HenzIA. Guest
Speaker: Diane Boney— Occupational Therapist of Lin
coln Public Schools_
Tuee.. Oct 11
AN Education Mafara/ABnors Welcome!
Student’s For Stoney
Meeting 830p.m.. Wednesday. October 12 In the City
STUDENTS FOR KERREY
U.S. Congressional Canidate
City Union. Thursday. Oct. 13th. 630 pm. room to be
Meeting tonight at 5pm in the Internationa) Student
Meet at 5pm on Tuesday. October 11 at BroyhM Fountain
for our philanthropy. It's a mandatory event.
UNL Wildlife Club
Meeting Wed. Oct. 12, 730pm. East Campus Union.
Featuring speaker Rocky Planner. NPPD. Topic: Increas
ing piping plover habitat. Everyone Welcome!
Women in Communications
Meeting October! t. 630pm In Avery 217. reading-room.
Speaker: Nancy Hicks Journal Star.
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mi FAR SID! By GARY LARSON
“I know you miss the Walnwrlghts, Bobby, but they
were weak and stupid people — and that’s why
we have wolves and other large predators.’’
Undergraduate Women in
Short meeting tonight 530 in Unlonfroom posted). Impor
tant information for everyone going to Camp Kitakl. if you
cannot attend meeting or have any questions, Cali Leslie
at 438-5046. Casual dress.
Pledge Mom/Daughter Is finally here. Have a great week
and hope it's all you expect and more.
Belated thanks to the Gamma Phi Beta pledges for the
frosh. Hope to see all of you at Gunslinger.
Thanks, FH Pledge Class
KICKS FOR KIDS
Noon on Oct. 15th at Haywood Park
To benefit Y.M.C.A.'s Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Thanks for a great Co-Rec season. We will get them next
The Men of Phi Kappa Psi
Thanks Farmhouse for the groovy Frosh. Hey man watch
the leather and keep on L-l-V-l-N!
Love. Kappa Pledges!
Because to the unexpected 'wetness' of the Terrace last
week, the Terrace Barbecue will take place Wednesday
at 530. ___
WHITE ROSE BOWL
Hope all of the Kappa Moms are recovering from the
delivery of their new babies. We love our babies!
Thank you to everyone who participated in Kappa Kickoff.
You all made it a great success!
To the Men of Lambda Chi Alpha.
Congratulations on taking first place!
Love, the Kappas
Thanks to the pledge class for joining us on the scavenger
hunt. We had a great time.
The Men of SAE
Congratulations to Jody Burke for being chosen for Uni
To the Women of AXO
A very belated thanks lor the tail gate party. It was great!
The Men of Theta Chi
Interested In developing professional and leadership
skills. Looking for the opportunity to better serve your
community. Would you (ike to speak with prominent
business and management leaders from across the
state? Please join us Oct 11 at Lincoln Plating Co.. 600
West E or contact Curt 477-8053 or Cory Adamson 483
Thanks SAE pledges lor a great football season. We
Kicked Butt (ha ha)l Better luck next year!
Thanks for having us over for the pre-game warm-up. We
all had a great time!
The Alpha Chi's
Special thanks to the Kappa pledges for coming over to
watch Dazed and Confused. Let'6 do It again sometime.
Thanks, m pledge class
Congratulations Michelle Meister on becomeing the TKE
The Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon
Nebraska Union - room to be pooled
Row Row Row your boat, gently down stream-merrlly
merrily merrily merrily, life is but a dream. Women: Write
to Box 60861, Lincoln. NE, 68501.
Found: 10/9 evening, set of keys in Harper 1
bathrooms.Call to identify, 472-1068.
FOUND: Fri. afternoon In Hamilton Hall, Room 112
Sclentiflc Calculator. Call to identify 441-2451 days/488
FOUND: Prescription woman s glasses Tuesday after
noon In the basement of Henzlik Hall. Please come to
room 24, Henzlk, to claim.
FOUND: Prescription Glasses in brown case, 9/28 near
35th and Starr. Claim at the DN.
Lost: Fossil watch with an inscription on back and braided
leater band. Call Kevin at 436-7870.
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iw3 ouniBiir RMnsymtrni r osmons
TASP INTERNATIONAL is searching for Individuals who
wish to gain valuable management experience. Average
earnings are between $8,000 & $10,000. Positions open
in the Lincoln area. For more information call Doug at 1
18 years of age or older. Must have good driving record.
Apply at any Little Caesar's location.
Delivery Driver Needed
Flexfole hours day night. Part or full-time. Join the fun at
Little King, 27th a Dudley, 474-3248.
LaundryLand hiring for 7:30pm-1am, 2-3 shlfts/Week. $5
hr. Apply at any of our 4 locations.
Domino’s Pizza is Now Hiring
Domino's Pizza Is looking for delivery drivers to fill all
shifts. If you have a car, insurance and an excellent
driving record Domino's wants you. Most average $7.00
to $10.00 per hour. Apply at any Domino's Plzzalocation.
Don and Millie’s
5200 S. 50 91.
Fabulous Food, Fast & Friendly
Bright, energetic fun personalities to help run registers or
prepare orders. Work for one of Southeast Lincoln's most
respected restaurants. Excellent hours for students with
short shifts over both lunch and dinner. If you need 5 hours
or 50 hours a week, we may have something for you.
Apply after 11 am.
Easy Phone Sales
Absolutely no experlnce needed. Positive attitude-pleas
ant voice works wonders. Start immediately. Earn $5-6+7
hr. 464-5094. -
E xcellent pay plus free lunch at part-time lunch hour shift.
Weekdays and some Saturdays. 6-10+ hours/week.
California Dell, lower level, Lincoln Square Building, 13th
S O St. _ _
Flexbie hours, day shift or evening/weekend shifts, ben
efits. EOE. Apply to Waldo's, 824 S 27th.
Needed for fast-paced restaurant. Flexible hours.
Wilting to work around class schedule.
Apply: Happy Chef. 2929 N.W. 12th.
Friendly, detail-oriented person needed 10-15 hre/wh.
Apply in person Best Styles Formalwear 200 S. 19th St.
Lincolnsquare Food Court
Frlendly, cheerful person to work counter over noon hour
weekday,^experience not necessary, apply in person 10
Hiring hostess/front desk person for am/pm. Apply In
person at 1100 O St. 474-9475
The Office of Campus Recreation is currently hiring
officials for the Intramural Sports Program. Starting pay is
$5 an hour. If interested please attend the following
meeting held at the Nebraska Union:
Basketball Tuesday, October 11, 4:00 p.m.
For more information call 472-3467.
Now Hiring all waltery positions, host/hostess, cashiers.
Apply any time. Grandmother's Resturant. 6940 A St. WHI
call for interview.
Old Country Buffet
Now hiring customer service, line seivers, dish room, and
salad prep positions. Flexible scheduling, reduced meal
benefit, part-time/lull-time positions available. Apply in
person. 2241 'O' St.
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson
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STARS IS OUR lMQOMPft£HENSl&l£ DARKNESS. I
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NILKH WAH. OUR SUBATOMIC PARTICLES IN
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Crossword [Edited by Eugene T. Maleska No. 0702
i General’s pinup
• Large number
13 Pelvic bones
17 Giants' home
20 Fred and Adele
22 Gathering of still
30 Gulf of Lions
31 “Utopia" author
41 “I have-to
45 He wrote “Polly
49 Rabbit’s tail
47 A gaseous
49 Tract noted for
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
53 Nickname for
57 Trammell of
58 Used puccoon
59 Far East weight
60 Pay dirt
3 Four noggins
7 Prefix with form
8 Device for a
9 Good name
10 Product called a
pesticide by the
14 Rock star
18 Youngster in a
19 Make cardigans
25 Karpov's forte
28 Idol of a sort
27 Luce subject
28 Like 47 Across
29 Neighbor of
38 Hideaway for
38 Cast doubt
42 Shaggy or
44 Pollock fillets
46 Crumbly, as kiln
47 Hailing call at
48 Levesque of
49 Koko’s weapon
so French town
si Rifle part
52 Writer Sarah
53 Little bit
54 LAX abbr.
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