The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 20, 1995, Page 18, Image 18
Thursday Madness 467-4007 210 N 48th Street Come to Friday s on Thursdays for 20* chicken wings all day, all night Uounge only). Order all the wings you can eat (in orders of 10). Enjoy the best Long Island Iced Teas in town every Thursday for $2 from 11am to lam. Weekends always start on Thursday at: FRIDAY'S Bard's birthday .bash is today ByGerry Beltz. Senior Reporter It’s the Bard’s birthday celebra tion, and no spankings are allowed. William Shakespeare’s birthday will again be celebrated, albeit a bit early, on the University of Nebraska Lincoln campus, starting today. “Nobody’s really sure when his actual birthday is,” said English pro fessor Stephen Buhler, “but they do know he died on April 23, which is also the celebration of the Feast of St. George, the patron saint of En gland." Today from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 pm. there will be a beginning-to-end read ing of Shakespeare’s 154 sonnets in the English Department Library, 229 Andrews Hall. This event is free and open to the public, both for reading and listening. The celebration also will include a 15-minute version of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” staged by Buhler and Peg Sheldrick, a Lincoln performer, at about 10 a.m. Music will be provided by Sweet Will and the Saucy Jacks. This act, led by Buhler, sets Shakespeare’s sonnets to a variety of musical styles, includingcountry, rock and blues. “There’s some early rock, and some doo-whop rock,” Buhler said, “and there’s a couple of grunge as well.” The Shakespeare celebration will carry into dead week, with return per formances from the Shenandoah Shakespeare Express. “The Tempest” and “Hamlet” will both be staged at the Studio Theatre in the Howell Theatre on 12th and R streets. “The Tempest” will be staged April 28 at 8 p.m., and “Hamlet” will be staged April 29 at 2 pjn. Both performances are free. The Shenandoah Shakespeare Ex press makes the theater presentation of Shakespeare unique by using simple costumes, few props and sharp deliv ery that keeps the audience riveted, Buhler said. Last year, when the Shenandoah Shakespeare Express stopped in Lin coln to perform “Much Ado About Nothing,” the group incorporated the Cole Porter tune “Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off’ into the perfor mance, and this year’s performance of “The Tempest” may hold a simi lar surprise. “I hear they will be incorporating some Ike and Tina Turner into their performance,” Buhler said. Classified 472-2588 FOR SALE 000s 02 05 10 Books 13 Clothir 16 20 30 Jewelry 40 Misc. For Sale 45 Musical Instruments 46 Office Furniture 50 Pets 55 Photo Equipment 60 Sporting Goods 65 Stereos/TVs 70 Ticket Exchange 90 Vehicles SERVICES 100s 100 Adoption 105 Alterations & Sewing 110 Automotive 115 Bicycle Service 120 Bridal 125 Catering 128 Child Care 130 Cleaning/Laundry 131 Cleaning/Households 135 Computer Service 140 Entertainment 145 Gift Ideas 148 Hairstyling 150 Health & Fitness 153 Insurance 155 Instructlon/Tutoring 158 Job Placement 160 Lawn care 165 Legal Services 173 Music Exchange 175 Photography 1781 180 Priming & Copying 1831 1851 188 Tanning 190 Tattooing 193 Travel 195 Typing & Resumes NOTICES 200s 200 Rides 203 Spring Break Trips 205 Career Events 210 Announcements 215 Meetings 220 GreekAffairs 230 Student Government 240 Personals 245 Lost & Found 250 Wanted 260 Fundraising JOBS 300s 300 Heto Wanted 310 Child Care 320 Work Study Jobs 330 Summer Jobs 340 Internships HOUSING 400s 400 Roommates 410 Housing Wanted 420 Rooms/Rent 430 Houses/Rent 440 Duplex/Rent 450 Apartments/Rent 460 Summer Housing 470 Mobile Homes/Hent 480 Vacation/Rent 490 Homes/Sale $3.00 per day for 15 words on individual student and student organization ads. $4.00 per day for 15 words on non-student ads. $.15 each additional word. $.75 billing charge. Personal ads must be prepaid. Found ads may be submitted free of charge. DEADLINE: 2:00 p.m. weekday prior to publica tion. The Daily Nebraskan will not which discriminates tisement which discriminates against any person on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, race, i, age, disability, marital status or national The Daily Nebraskan reserves the right to edit or reject any advertisement at any time which does not comply with the policies and judgments of the newspaper. The advertisers agree to assume liability for all contents of all ads printed, as well as i kan. Writing an effective ad Be descriptive. The more information you pro vide the readers, the better your responses will be. Begin the ad with the item for sale or offered. Include the price of the items for sale. Highlight the ad with larger type, boldface, art or a box. Run the ad for at least two days. Make sure the ty-Wec ad reaches the Monday students and the Tuesday-Thursday 00s For Sale 5 Bicycles For Sale 16* Specialized hard rock, new tires, excellent condtfon, first $100 takes. 489-2860, leave message. KLEIN Pinnacle- MAG 21/Ringle hubs, stem/XT Ders, Shifters/Much more- $1.300 obo. Scott 477-3177. New and used bicycles, expert repair on ail brands. “ n Bike Shop.2706 Randolph. 438-1477. Wheei’n & Deal'n I See the Open 7 days, 475-2453 mountain MICROSOFT SOFTWARE Software for Students, Faculty and Staff. Microsoft Office Professional $99.99. CaB HAS Collegiate Express 1-800 332-1100. 90 Vehicles For Sale '87 Acura Integra, 2-door, 5-speed, air, sunroof, $3750. '88 Nissan Pulsar SE, twin-cam, 5-speed, t-top, 50K, $3750. '92 Mazda MX 3, 5-speed, air, sunroof, 43K. $7450. 89 Sentra, 4-door XE. auto, air, 60k, $3950. *87 Honda Civic 4-door auto, air, 70kJ$3250. Baer’s Auto Sales, 1647 STNrd, 477-8442 '83 Mercury Cougar, power everything. New mags & tires. $2950 obo. 436-8316 1990 Grand Am LE Tec 4,4-cylinder, automatic, power steering, power-brakes, A/C, AM/FM cassette. Excellent condition. Cali 464-7766-day or 464-0646-evening. S10 Blazer 4X4, A/C, PS/PB, very sharp. Call 488-3341 evenings or weekends. 1987 KAWASAKI EX 500, black/red. runs lent condition, 1SK mi.. $1700/060.476-1 Excel 100s Services 100 Adoption ADOPTION A loving aNemative 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. Adoption 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. 1-800-315-2348. Fun, happy, secure couple will love to adopt your child! Marty &6reg, 489-1834. _ Lots of Love 115 Bicycle Service Did your bike have a spring break, too? Fix it at Cycle Works. Top quality work with last turn around. Cycle Works, 27th & Vine Open 7 days, 475-2453 140 Entertainment Are you tired of not boino ibte to fbtd'tho pufvct someone? Well, look no turner, cal the dateline. 1-900 776-6600 Ext 1272. Only $2.90 per minute. 18 +Procail company 602-954-7420. 145 Gift Ideas Thank Roses' with balloons and Roaeal Just 1118. 150 Health and Fitness 153 Insurance For all your Insurance Needs, Jim Wallace 474-5077. - American Family Insurance-Renters, Auto, Home, Health, and Lite. 1340 L 155 Instruction Tutoring GUITAR INSTRUCTION/RENTAL, Zager Studio. 464 7771. 170 Misc. Services Tackle Your Appetite With Great Husker Food from the Red and White trailer west of the stadium by the Big Red Shop. 173 Music Exchange Need Cash?? We Buy & Sell Used CD’s Disc Go Round 50th 6 0,466-0047 CASH PAID!! W* buy, sad, trad* Largest aalaetlon of new and uaad CO* and tap**. Homer’s/Twisters RECYCLED SOUNDS Wants your uaad CD’s, Tape*, Poatars 178 Pregnancy PREGNANT? BIRTHRKJHT is a confidential helping hand. Free pregnancy test, please call us for appoint ment, 483-2609. 185 Rentals Mini Storage-For Summer Remember what happened to your favorite bike when your now ex-friend said that it would be "no-problem' to stash it in their mirage? Special rate-4th month FREE when you pay for3. Straight out West "OVStrong Box Self Storage, 476-9292,2861 West "O’ ST. 195 Typing & Resumes Affordable Resumes A Typing Service. Term papers, applications, resumes, cover letters. For appointment, <31467-1011. Professional word processing, experienced in graduate level documents. Laser-printed copy. Anna Plank, 489 2671. Resumes By Ann Quality resumes, professional writers. Over 14 years experience, proven results. 464-0775. Resumes Professionally typeset and laser printed. $15 plus tax. Oa/jy /VetiTMfren, ftmnunf of niii IWtrirti Union Sears Resume Service Experienced professional writer, Gateway Mall location, 10% discount with student ID. 464-9537. 200s Notices 210 Announcements :COI Club to new officers tor 1995-1996 ident-Doug Brummefs \(inn rtfIrlnn* nWtt QamuiaI VIC© rT06Kj0fit-r ml namSei Secretary-Ann Schtautman T reasurer-Jane Young Historian-Ron Rath Auditions Film dkector and choreographer Marta Renzi Is coming to Lincoln to create a dencertheetrepiece for performers of a» age* and experience levetsi Thursday, April 20,6pm at Tne Wagon Train Pro|ect-512 S 7tn St For more Information, call 435-5592. Cruise Ships and Vacation Resorts Hiring Earn up to $220<k/month working tor these companies. World travel and exotic resorts. Fu# time and seasonal suffisrsof l8,S705 FREE RNANCIAL AID! Over |6 BWon In private sector grants & scholarships is All students are eligible regards** ol grades, income or parent's income. Let us help. Call Student Flnanadal Services: 1-800-263-6495 ext. F57783. Ics class: Photo) other programs. June NATIONAL PARKS HIRING- Seasonal & full-time em ployment available at National Parte. Forests & Wildlife Preserves. Benefits + bonuses! Call: 1-206-545-4604 extN57784. OUTDOOR TRACK MEET The Men's and Women's OutdoorTrach Meet wW be held information, call 472-3467 or pick up a flyer in the Office of Campus Recreation. nBO “All you can eat” SPAGHETTI FEED Sunday, April 23,4~7pm at PI Beta Phi $3.50 in advanced at the door. For ticket info caH 436 Ai BA Prnjum/ic fin Am AfwmenANt nnH ah* I Iruviln I MemAi Oloo. rTOCwGS QO10 AVTOWmOni ana in© uncoin LfiBfaC) Center Alaska Jobsl-Eam up $3,000-$8,000+/month working In the fishing Industry. Free transportation I Room and boardl No experience necessary! Male/female. 818-774-1199. ext A7010. _ Ready To Rage Again! EX Fight Night Sat. April 22 7pm 4-H building RESORT JOBS- Earn to $12/hr. + tips. Theme Parks, Hotels. Spas, + more. Tropical & Mountain destinations. Call 1-206-632-0150 exlR57784 Robert Bullard Lecturer on Environmental Justice, Thursday at 7:30pm in the Union Ballroom. UNL Students: free/public $3. Student Alumni Association End of the Year Banquet Tonight 6:00pm at the Wick Alumni Center. 215 Meetings CIRCLE K International Service Club Membership Recruitment Pre sentation tonight 9:00 City Union. Questions? 436-9965. PBL Meeting Thursday, April 20th, 6PM, Student Union (room posted). Officer installation (business attire). Student Foundation Meeting today, 5:30pm, In the Union, Be There! The Publications Board will meet at 3:30p.m., Thursday, in the Nebraska Union to discuss Dally Nebraskan poli cies. All are invited to attend. Young Democrats Last Meeting of the Year Tonight, 7:30pm in the City Union. Room will be posted. 220 Greek Affairs ACACIA those sheets off your bed and The time is coming to yank tti wrap 'em round your body 6 head!!! ...and A NIGHT ON THE April 22,1995 axq enjoyed having an dinner exchange with you on day. Do afl of you have dates to FIJI Islander yet? From the Ladtes or AXO To the Men of FUl, We Monday. Boozapalooza The Experience No Left Stone The Kind Aprtl>^,'l99S Congrats to Wade Welchel on the following honors: SS'-W Recording Secretary for Phi Beta Delta State Leadership Conference. 2nd in Computer Con cepts, 2nd in Business Communications, 3rd in Machine Transcription, placed in Telecommunications Good luck competing at nationals your ACACIA brothers Congratulations Mtehette R on your engagement to Matt (Theta Chi). We are happy for youl Lowe, your TC Sisters AAA Congratulations to Gamma Gamma recipients Jennifer Lans and KeRy Archtdetta. Good luck and congratulations to Tracy Jensen on making yeH squad. Love, your sisters OBX to our new officer! Scholarship-Jenn Stoderbeck We know you'll do a great jobl Love, your sisters Introducing GREEKTOOS Great for summer/fall Rush. Call 477-9012 for more information. _v riK<D Congratulations to Paul Betfn on being elected Presi dent of IMA. Way to go! Men of Phi Psl Ready ToRape Again! Fight Night Sat April 22 7pm 4-H building Horticulture Club BEDDING PLANT SALE Thursday April 20 730-530 East Campus Behind Plant Science. Boozapalooza ’95 4 Bands AN day Be there SENIOR WEEK PI BETA PHI You guys are great! Love your Pi Phi sisters EOE Congratujations to Jim Collura on receiving the Gamma Men of Sigma Phi Epsilon Gamnja Award. Way to go Jiml The r Thanks to our triad of Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha Theta, and Sigma CM for the Greek Week BBQII The Women of ADPi to Jen Watzke on your Greek Week Editor Love your ADPi sisters’ Triangle Congratulations to Mike Votkmer, Triangle of the Week: John Novotny, Triangle Athlete of the rear: and Amy Smith, our Ti Sweetheart The Men of Triangle 230 Student Government STUDENT GOVERNMENT Deadlines extended on some positions Applications available at 115 Nebr. Union Deadline April 21 240 Personals Saint Nevis, Watch for low bridges. You may not be as tough as you think. DM.G. VXkata, Keep your face toward the moon and your swords handy. Beware I DM.G. A very belated congratulations to Heid Bevertey for her acceptance to USD Medical School! Knew you could do it Kiddo! -> The PIT.A. 300s Jobs 300 Help Wanted Answering service operator. 11 p.m.-7 a.m. Wednesday, Thursday, and rotating Monday. Aleo evening and week end hours available. Telephone skills required, type 45 50 wpm. 473-2800. Are You Ready FOragreat summer job?Glveueacai. We have openings on our summer campaign staff. Help get Nebraska utilities to develop our own natural resources and economy by using wind power, solar, and energy crops from our farmers. Work outdoors, dress casual, shorts and Birkenstocks OKI This is an ideal job for pol sd, environ mental studies, communication, and business majors. I ■ ■■H xl Part We have hiking, camping and canoe tripe planned. I time and full time. $30(Vwk. For an interview can 477 Nebraska Citizen Action Nebraska's Premier Environmental Group Attention Nursing Students MedteaUonAMe Part-time, 2 shifta/wk 11pm-7am Apply In person Gramercy HM, MOO A St Career Opportunities We will train you to be a travel agent Full and Part time positions Competitive wages excellent Denents / Paid training Travel Discounts Great working environment Send resume or apply to: Commercial Federal Tower 2120 S. 72nd St Ste #750 Omaha, ME 68124 Cashier parking facility. Sunday, 11am • 6p 57and Thursday. 8pm • Mdnighl i k. Call Apcoa Inc. 475-8080. EOE & Study o.k. Ca# Apcoa ftnm Monday $4.25/hour.