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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1995)
IncMt & Healing Workshop Monday's begin
ning Jan. 30th, NE Union 338,6:30-8pm. A ten
week workshop for women survivors of incest
and childhood sexual abuse. Pre-session re
quired by Jan. 23. Call the Women s Center.
472-2597, for more information.
Applications for the Innocents Sociey, the UNL Senior
honorary, are available at OSI (200 Ne Union, 300 East
Union) and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (124
Admin). Deadline is Friday, January 27.
Indoor Soccer Managers
The Manager Meeting for Co-Rec Intramural Indoor Soc
cer will be held Thursday, January 19, 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.
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING
Seasonal & full-time employment available at National
Parks, Forests & Wildlife Preserves. Benefits + bonuses!
App|y now for best positions. Call: 1-206-545-4804 ext.
FREE Paper Money coupon books
Student Info. Center
116 Nebr. Union
Male/Female dancers. Help for all your party planning.
Agency One, 467-5666.
Professional Business Fraternity Wants You!
CHAMPIONS OF BUSINESS!
JOIN DELTA SIGMA PI
_ Booth sign-up in Union all week!
Earn to$12/hr.+tips. Theme Parks, Hotels, Spas, +more.
Tropical & Mountain destinations. Call 1-206-632-0150
STUDENT ACCIDENT/ILLNESS INSURANCE
ENROLLMENT DATES 1/9/95-2/9/95
If you are not covered by yourparent'6 medical insurance,
there is a student insurance program available to you.
Enrollment for US resident students is open with the first
day of spring semester, and continues for 30 days.
Insurance coverage is mandatory at UNL for international
students. If you do not show proof of privatecoverage, you
will be billed on your tuition statement for the UNL student
insurance. The coverage starts 1/9/95 and goes thru the
summer until 8/10/95.
For complete information, brochures are available at
University Health Center, International Affairs Office, or
by mail. We also have a 24-hour inf ormation line at 472
Actuarial Science Club
Pizza and Officer Elections
Thursday, January 19 in CBA 222,5pm
Attention TCAB. Meeting 6:15p.m. in Mabel Lee Hall on
Thursday, Room 234.
Block & Bridle
Meeting Jan 19. East Campus Union: 7pm initiates:
7:30pm regular meeting.
Concerned about the environment? Join...
Thursdays at 7:30 pm at the Union. Room is posted.
Make an IMPACT on Campus...
Sunday, Jan. 22,3 p.m.
City Union (Room to be pooled)
Welcome Back Social
Thurs, Jan. 19
Union (Room posted)
We will discuss the activities for the semester including
the Marketing Club and “Resume Book', which helps
professionals find out about YOU! Everyone is encour
aged to come see what were doing. Food will be served.
See you there!!
Those who signed up for the UNMC tour please meet on
Mon. January 23 at 1130 by the east parking lot at the
Union. If you did not sign up please do hot show up since
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there is limited space. Any questions call Scott at 436
Phi Upsilon Omicron
it meeting. Thursd
Economics Building Room
Important meeting. Thursday, Jan. 19th, 6pm, Home
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Meeting today at 530 in the Union. Donl forget about
Welcome Back Circle K’ers
And Anyone Else interested in community service. Meet
ing Thursday, 9 p.m., in City Union, Room posted. Ques
tion8 call Mamie 420-2467
Meeting Thursday January 19,730pm, Nebraska Union.
We have work to do!
220 Greek Affairs
Congratulations to the Delt-AOII f lag football team on your
achievements in the National tournament in New Orleans.
We had a blast! “Show your !"
We are proud to have you
as our new sisters.
Congratulations to Traci on your initiation-How could we
_Love, your AXiD Sisters
Congratulations to our new actives: Angi Fargo. Kelly
Kessinger, Khanphorn Kheomanivong, ana Mandy
Love, your Sisters
We Love Our Pledges!
Congratulations to the freshman pledge class on 100%
_Love, your Kappa Sisters
Little Sisters of the Scarlet Rose and Triangle Fraternity
Invite you to an informational meeting on Sunday. Janu
ary 22nd at 730
. in the Union (room posted). Ques
12. Angie or Lisa. Come see what we
Join us for a meeting here at the Union. It's Monday, Jan.
23 at 6pm. The room will be posted on the Calendar of
Events, or call us for more information at 472-25%. Join
in on the Fund
230 Student Government
FOR THE FOLLOWING
ASUN Senate - college of Business
ASUN Senate - Div. of Continuing Studies
Government Liaison Committee
Sexual Orientation Subcommittee
Homecoming Steering Comm. Coordinator
Deadling for above positions:
Applications available at the
Student Government office
1 f 5 Nebr. Union.
The purpose of the board shall be to represent the student
body in dealing with the health concerns of the University
You do NOT have to bo from Pre-Medical profeeaiona
Deadline is January 20 at 4:00 pm. Applications available
in the ASUN office, Rm. 115 Nebr. Union.
The Residence Hall Asaociation has opening a for
Advertising and Marketing Committee Chair
Student Action Team Committee Chair
Hail Orientation Team Coordinator
and Election Commisioner
Applications available at 237 NE Union ro can be obtained
from Hall Officers.
You are a DREAM staff, because of all the wonderful
things you DO. All of you make Neihardt the HAPPIEST
PLACE ON EARTH for me (and for lots of others)! Many
thanks for everything!
T o the tall, dark, & handsome guy wearing a white Orange
Bowl hat: We talked in the Math office about our classes
on Tuesday, but we never introduced ourselves. I'd like to
have a chance to meet you again, so please reply in the
DN office. From: the tall blonde in the black coat.
Jeff, Kristi, Ben. Mary, Jason, Sanaz, Jimmy, Jim,
Charles, Stephanie, Andy, Kristina, Jason, Heather, Jeff,
Susie, Sasha, Laura, Jason, Stephanie, Michael, Sonia.
James, Marky, Joan, Samantha, Matt, & Juli...
You’re the Absolute Greatest!!
Joel, Kris, Wendy, Sue & Glenn
245 Lost & Found
Found: Watch by the Animal Science Bldg at noon on 1
12. Claim at the Daily Nebraskan.
Lost: 1/11, PM, in/around campus rec, especially weight
room: plain gold band pinky ring. Sentimental Value.
FAST FUNDRAISER - RAISE $500 IN 5 DAYS -
GREEKS. GROUPS. CLUBS. MOTIVATED INDIVIDU
ALS. FAST, EASY-NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATION.
300 Help Wanted
We are looking for a reliable accounting student to handle
accounts receivable duties and sales journal. Please
apply between 10-5 Tuesday-Salurday.
Glaser Ceramics, Inc.
2325 Kim errs Place
Cafe Europa. llamsJpm, Monda^-Frlday. 475-4057.
LincolnSquare Food Court, 13th & (
Full or part-time help wanted for spring and summer
months on large grain farm near Lincoln. Non-smoking.
Hudson Bay Company
Are you someone who is concerned about consumer and
environmental issues? Are you someone who needs
extra money? Are you someone who also likes to talk to
people? If so, Hudson Bay has a position for you. The pay
is $7/hr weekdays, $8/hr weekends. Paid training and
numerous benefits are available with 20 or more hours a
week. For an interview call 476-1010,11am-3pm, M-F.
Women's clothing store is now taking
part-time sales help. Apply in person at 64;
call 467-2302, ask for Judy.
O Street or
Is hiring notetakers. If you have experience in these
ir level Nebi
iraska Bookstore, 1300Q,
A fortune 500 company (53rd Largest), Fortune's Most
admired insurance Company, "A Salesperson's Dream
Company" (Job's ‘90-'94). Best Insurance Sales Force
(Sales and Marketing Management Magazine 1994).
HWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE is currently intervlew
ing for our Internship Program. We're looking for individ
uals who are intelligent, honest, self-starting, and career
oriented. Please contact Brian Wickstrom at 483-7871.
Ne East Union invites you to come experience
a Taste of the Orient. Enjoy a grand cusine.
Terrace Cafe, Wed. 1-25-9511am-1:20pm.
Need free spirited individuals who are concerned about
the environment and want to make money doing some
thing about it. Call Bob 474-5244.
Need Russian or French tutoring by experienced tutor?
University of Nebraska Foundation Phonalhon looking for
self-motivated students to raise money by phoning alum
ni of the University of Nebraska Students must possess
good communication skills, ability to work at own pace
and a positive attitude. Hours will be part-time evenings
and possible weekends. Starting wage-$5/hour plus K
certfve6. If interested, call 472-2151 (daytime) or 472
8833 (after 5pm) and ask for Alida
District Manager position
The Lincoln Journal-Star is recruiting an Individual to fill
the position of District Manager. Candidates should be
mature individuals with good communications skills, who
are people-oriented, and can motivate youths as well as
interact with parents and customers. This part-time posi
tion is ideal for the college student who is looking for a
work approximately 30 hours/week, have own vehicle
and insurance, and possess a valid drivers license.
Benefits include good hourly wage, bonus plan, mileage,
and vacaction/holiday pay. Apply in person at Lincoln
JournaFStar, second floor, 926 P Street, Lincoln, NE
68508 by Thursday, January 19. EOE.
Knolls Country Club
Great part-time job for students. Day waitery positions
available now. Will work with schedules. Only lOminutes
from City Campus. Please call 423-2843 for more infor
Models, Actors, Actresses
International Modeling and Talent Associates, New York,
Norr Blanc Corp. 402-475-1855.
Sales opoortunitv available, flexible hours. 402-796-2416
Growing environmental company is looking for individu
als who want to make a difference. 402-796-2416
Interior Design Students
Division of University Housing has openings for possibly
two interior design positions. 12-20 hours per week.
Duties will include research and design within University
Housing. Applicants mu6t be enrolled in, or have complet
ed, ID351.ro apply, send resume to:
Attn: Jason Johs
1108 Seaton Hail
Lincoln. NE 68588-0622
Daytime hostpersons wanted at Thai House Restaurant
(next to Oriental Market), Monday-Friday 1130 to 2. Apply
in person at 640 N. 27th or call 475-0658.
$400-$1000 Weekly. Insurance Plan, Financial Planning,
Low Commission and National Bookings. Road service.
Agency One, 467-5666.___
FAST CASH FOR SPRING BREAK. Easy money, own
hours. Send SASE: SI Distributors-BE P.O. Box 97
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6 Baker’s aide
14 Santa Anna
13 Knob -
17 “The Wreck of
18 Granny or
20 “The Razor’s
23 Barrel for
25 Pulled the cork
29 Annual visitor
31 Peter, the
34 Force forward
42 Treat ore
43 Author Angelou
46 Net or Knick
50 Goldlike brass
53 Words said with
55 “Key Largo”
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
62 Ore deposit
63 Cut into two
1 Nasty fellows
4 Nagy of
8 Jacob’s brother
11 Merchant Yale
12 Splicing site
22 “-They Sail,”
P. Newman film
26 Short wave
27 Lake in Ireland
28 Creator of
33 Alaskan city
36 Ferrara family
41 Alleviated 35
44 Girl guide of
49 Rustic TV
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51 Less common
54 Golf great
57 Critic’s kudos
58 Wild plum
59 Roman poet
60 Beatty and
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