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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1995)
Monday, February 20,1995 Page 11
-- 178 Pregnancy
180 Printing & Copying
L—~——“* 182 Recycling
02 Appliances 183 Religious
05 Bicycles 185 Rentals
10 Books 188 Tanning
13 Clothing 190 Tattooing
16 Computers 193 Travel
20 Furniture 195 Typing & Resumes
30 Jewelry ---
40 Misc. For Sale
45 Musical Instruments _
46 Office Furniture 200 Rides
12 EffLr- , _ 203 Spring Break Trips
55 Photo Equipment 205 Career Events
60 Sporting Goods 210 Announcements
®,®rep|/^8 215 Meetings
22 IiS,et,Exchan°e 220 Greek Affairs
90 Vehicles_ 230 Student Government
245 Lost & Found
- 250 Wanted
100 Adoption 260 Fundraising
105 Alterations & Sewing
115 Bicycle Service
!«lr£r 300 Help Wanted
25 Catering 310 Child Care
If? ChUd Care 320 Work Study Jobs
130 Clean jng/Laundiy 330 Summer Jobs
131 Cleaning/Households 340 Internships
135 Computer Service -—
145 Gift Ideas
1M&Kn&,ness 400 Roommates
153 Insurant* 410 HousingWanted
155 Instruction/Tutoring u^^Rent
158 Job Placement RP22227
160 Lawn care g?
165 Legal Services J52 flgJSTSfShl
175 Photography 433 vacatlon/Rent
_ 490 Homes/Sale_
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Brand new Canondale '94 400M Mountain Bke, black
with shimano components. Auto shift, and U-lock indud
ed. $375, 483-5419.__
New and used bicycles, expert repair on all brands.
Wheel'n & Deal’n Bike Shop, 2706 Randolph. 438-1477.
MACINTOSH Computer. Complete system including
printer only $599. Call Chris at 600-289-5685.
Macintosh Color Classic. Bought new 11-93. Little use.
Two Roundup tickets for Spring Break to South Padre,
■■ sm mm mm mm ^m mm h mm mmm mm m
*"'88 Honda Civic, 3 door hatch, 5-speed, air. nice,
*"’89 Nissan Sentra, 4-door, auto, air, clean. $3650.
*"’89 Nissan Sentra, 2-door, 4-speed, air, sharp, $3450/
*"’90 Nissan Sentra, 4-door, XE, auto, full power, 60K,
Baer’s Auto Sales 1647 So. 3rd. 477-6442.
1984 Toyota Celica. $2000 OBO. 489-6186.
A loving alternative
We offer counseling and adoption services to help you
plan the best future for you and your baby. No fees or
obligations. Statewide since 1893. Nebraska Children’s
Home, 4600 Valley Rd. Suite 314,483-7879.
Home study approved. Loving childless couple wishes to
adopt newborn. Full-time mom and devoted Dad(an
adoptee himself). Offer your baby a lifetime of love,
laughter and security. Please call Julie and Bill anytime.
Wanted: 100 students to lose 10-29 bs. New metabolism
breakthrough. Guaranteed results. 477-3922
Star city academy tutors instruction in writing, computers,
& Spanish. Call 489-9228.
PREGNANT? BIRTHRIGHT is a confidential helping
hand. JFrayjregnancy test, please call us for appoint
Resumes By Arm
Quality resumes, professional writers. Over 14 years
experience, proven results. 464-0775.
Sears Resume Service
Experienced professional writer, Gateway Mall location,
10% discount with student ID, 464-9537.
<now what Californians know now! Never be 6 months
behind again. All the popular movies before you see them,
nusic before you hear it, fads, fashion, food, slang fun
acts & more. 1(900)388-1010, Ext 801 ($2.00 Per Min.)
Crayons for Kids
Please stop by Henziik Lounge the week of Feb. 20-24
to donate y our small chang a and help TCAB purchase
:rayona for needy children in African grade echooto.
Did you witness a hit & run accident in the 20 lot west of
-ISS @ 10am 2/15/95? If so , please call 476-0345.
ATTENTION ALL BUSINESS MAJORS:
TODAY IS THE DAY
Discover the dynamic career that
can offer you.
Interested? Visit with our recruiters to learn more:
7pm in the Cty Union
Casual Dress - Free Pizza and Coke
(Freshman-Seniors are welcome)
l-800-442-7080, Ext 147, toll-free. NU singles.
Vfter a day of laundry. Ginger Bedloe found enlighten
nent at Mo Java Cafe reading her paperback while
tipping a mocha. 2713 N. 48th 464-4130 (in Uni Place).
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Sponsored by Student Foundation
Buy a chance to lead a major corporation for a day. One
lucky winner will tradeplaces with Gallup Chairperson Dr.
Don Clifton and also receive a framed Memorial Stadium
print from the Nebraska Bookstore. Tickets are $1 and will
be sold Wed.-Fri. in the Union. The drawing will be March
Applications for the
Student Foundation Senior
are available at the
Office of Student Involvement
200 Neb. Unoin
300 East Union
Deadline. March 3.4:00 p.m.
Are you on a tenure line leading to promotion or
tenure? If so the following quote from a recent
memoto Deans from the Senior Vice Chancellor
may affect you.
..."The teaching documentation should include
an ananlysis of the raw materials that have been
collected describing teaching effectiveness.
These could include, for example, assessments
of the appropriateness of course design, the
quality of course materials and examinations,
the level of student performance, and informa
tion from graduates. ...
Do you have or are you presently building a data
base that will allow a rational evaluation of your
teaching activites? The Teaching Council is
prepared to help you with this project through the
development of a teaching portfolio. A special
sem inar will be held March 2,9,16,30, and April
6,1995 from 4:00-6:00pm, Room 146 Andrews
Hall. To register or for additional information,
please contact the Teaching Council, c/o Tcach
ing and Learning Center. 121 Benton Hail, City
Campus (0626), Ext. 2-3079.
Applications for Innocents Society Scholarships are
available at OS1 (200 City Union, 300 East Union) and
ViceChancellorforStudentAffairs(124 Admin.) Deadline
is 3/3/95 so pick one up today!
Offers 4 year degrees, graduate courses, and non-credit
flight^rogram|>or more information call 402-554-3424
When: Tuesday February 21 st & Wednesday 22nd from
11:00am to 5:00pm.
Where: Ballroom in the City Campus Union
Bring: Student ID or SS card, but most importantly bring
yourself and all your friends.
The last day to enter Men's and Women’s F/S Intramural
Racquetball Doubles is Tuesday, February 21. Don't
delay! Enter your team now. Call 472-3467 for more
FREE FINANCIAL AID!
Over $6 Billion in private sector grants & scholarships Is
now available. Al students are eligible regardless of
grades, income, or parent’s income. Let us help. Call
student Financial Services: 1-800-263-6495 ext. F57781
INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT — Earn up to $25
$45/hourteaching basic conversational English in Japan,
Taiwan, or S. Korea. No teaching background or Asian
lan^uapes required. For info, cal (206) 632-1146 ext.
WATER POLO TOURNAMENT
Tuesday, February 21 Is the entry deadline for Men's,
Women's, and Co-Rec Innertube water Polo. Don't de
lay! Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 for more information.
Earn to $12/hr+tips. Theme Parks, Hotels, Spas, + more.
Tropical & Mountain destinations. Call 1-206-632-0150
SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN
Study the environment, ecology and development!
Thailand's resident directory is at UNL todayl
Meet him today from 2-3 p.m.
(1237 R Street)
Are you interested in talking with others about
parenting, time management, relationships? If
so come to the Women's Center, NU 340 on
Wednesdays, 12-1:30pm (472-2597)
Wanted: Used CDs
Bring in your compact discs for up to $5 in cash or trade.
Disc Go Round, 50th and 0,486-0047.
Women and Food
Do you find yourself struggling with food—whether to eat
or not eat, eating to stuff feelings, feeling guilty about
eating, eating compulsively.If you find yourself spend
ing an inordinate amount of time thinking about food, you
are asked to attend an informal discussion on this topic.
Meets Monday. Feb. 20th, from 12:00-1:30pm at the
Women’s Center, NU 338. Questions? Call Kris at 472
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Crossword Edited by Eugene T. Maleska No. 0924
ACROSS 32 “To the tables
1 Stylish — Morrie’s
lOPrettyface, e.g. more
14A “Hair” lyricist 37Monday
15 Type of lily machine?
16 Figure skater s 40 New Deal aacy.
41 Gone up
ll j?odles 42 D.D.E. knew
18 Diarist Nin Bradley here
19 Talk deliriously 43Topknot
20 Sudden, N
unexpected , ®
event 43 Luncheon mold
23 Unfold 48 Declared
24 Cast a ballot 30 Difficult task
25 Hutch display 37 Zhivago’s love
28 Hippo’s relative 33 Paint pigment
31 Plundered 59 Shower gift
prizes 60 State
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
62 Raison d’
63 Meets a bet
64 Co-creator of
65 Unit of force
1 Zodiacal sign
3 Adored one
4 Like; fancy
6 Massenet opera
7 Jack of TV’s
13 Extort money
21 Monogram of
22 LuPone role
25 Family group
26 “Now Is the
28 Different slant
29 Suffix with resist
32 Have the nerve 46 Italian white wine 53 Next in order of
33 Mayberry’s 47 Blender button place
town tippler 48 Rear end 54 Pseudoesthetic
34 Chan’s 49 Torso trunk 55Some“Hee
expression si Ham's father Haw" humor
35 Deejay s disk 52 Kareem’s alma 56 Spot for
36Phooey! mater baby-dangling
36 Organized walk
39 Like bricks or
43 Coronas, e.g.
44 Bracketed word
45 Reference book
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