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Wednesday, October 18, 1995 Page 11 "
40 Misc. For Sale
45 Musical Instruments
46 Office Furniture
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods
70 Ticket Exchange
203 Spring Break Trips
205 Career Events
220 Greek Affairs
230 Student Government
242 Pinning &
245 Lost & Found
270 900 Numbers
300 Help Wanted
310 Child Care
320 Work Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
460 Summer Housing
470 Mobile Homes/Rent
505 Alterations & Sewing
515 Bicycle Service
528 Child Care
535 Computer Service
545 Gift Ideas
550 Health & Fitness
558 Job Placement
560 Lawn care
565 Legal Services
573 Music Exchange
580 Printing & Copying
595 Typing & Resumes
$3.25 per day for 15 words on individual student
and student organization ads.
$4.50 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.
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tisement which discriminates against any person
on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, race,
religion, 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 any claim
arising therefrom made against the Daily Nebras
Be descriptive. The more information you pro
vide the readers, the better your responses
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
Run the ad for at least two days. Make sure the
ad reaches the Monday-Wednesday-Friday
students and the Tuesday-Thursday students.
00s For Sale
Refrigerator. White. 12 cubic feet. For beverages or kegs.
Tired of the laundromat? We sell used washers, dryers,
refrigerators, and ranges for only $100 or 4 payments of
$25/month, no interest, free delivery and guarantee.
Hoffman’s Appliances. 466-6252.
Whirlpool washer $75, Dryer $65, works Excellent, 465
Klein bicycle blowout. All remaining Klein Mountain bikes
at close-out prices. Complete bikes with LX components
starting at $900.—That’s cheapl
Cycle works, 27th & Vine, 475-2453
New and used bicycles, expert repair on all brands.
Wheel'n & Deal’n Bike Shop, 2706 Randolph. 438-1477.
Omaha Guitar Show
Buy, Sell, Trade, New, Used, Vintage. Holiday Inn Cen
tral, l-80at72nd. Sunday Oct. 22,10am-6pm, $3.00. Info?
Contact Steve (319)338-1889.
Color portable TV $65, CD player $50, VCR $60, ALL
WORK PERFECT. 441-0211.
For Sale: Cruise for two to Bahamas, 5 nights and 3 nights
in Orlando or Daytona. Ideal for Christmas/Spring Break.
$400/obo. Mark, 475-5515.
Need 1 Iowa State ticket. Validated. 467-3940.
Need 2ISU Tickets and 4 CU Tickets. Call 423-6079, ask
for Ron or leave message.
Need three tickets to Iowa State game. Call 476-2950.
NEED: 2 Tickets KSU game. Validated or Unvalidated.
Needed 2 tickets for K-State Game, 421-2209.
Needed: 2 validated Kansas State tickets (EAST STADI
UM). Price negotiable. GRANDSPARENTS NEED TO
Sm DESPARATEI 465-5210.
NU vs. Colorado Tixs
R.E.M.- Ames, IA, Oct. 24, 8pm. 4 tickets for sale. Call
Mark/leave message. 435-2728.
Wanted: 4 validated tickets(preferably together) to KSU
game. South stadium if possible. 476-0985.
Halloween In Colorado
Husker students who won tickets through the lottery
drawing for the Colorado game can reserve their spot on
the party caravan to Colorado. Trip includes private tour
bus with ice cold refreshments on board and two night
lodging at the Mariott. Call 402-895-3710. “Seats Are
Florida Caribbean vacation cruise for two. 7 days/6 nights
total. Hotel and cruise accomodations paid. Plus bonus 4
days/3 nights in Orlando. For information 435-4399.
“Resume Writing” workshop, TODAY!, 3:00 pm, NU
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT- Students Needed! Fishing
Industry. Earn up to $3,000-$6,000+ per month. Room
and Board! Transportation! Male or Female. No experi
ence necessary. Call (206)545-4155 ext A57782.
Dr. Ted Roche. Assoc. Dean of the UNMC College of
Pharmacy will be in the Arts and Sciences Advising
Center in 107 Oldfather on Wed.. Oct. 18 from 3-5 to meet
with students interested in pharmacy. Call 472-4190 to
mate an appointment.
Attn: English Majors
Need Pre 1700 Literature papers for correspondence
course. Exceptional Pay. 466-7055, Penny.
Applications now available for new students
who want to explore their leadership potential.
Applications available at Student Involvement
Office, 200 Nebraska Union or 300 Nebraska
For Sale or Rent
Add real atmosphere to your Halloween Party.
Contact Midwest Sound and Lighting
2324 O St. 474-4918
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Fall 1995 Series
“SAYING YES -
Thursday, October 19
East Campus Union
Brown Bag Lunch 12 Noon
2. “The One, and the Many"
Conflicts between individual liberty and social
Speaker: Dr. F. Gregory Hayden
Respondent: The Rev. Fred Nelson
FACULTY, STAFF & GRAD STUDENTS WEL
FREE FINANCIAL AID!
Over$6 Billion in private sector grants & scholarships
Is now available. All students are eligible regardless of
grades, income, or parent's income. Let us help. Call
Student Financial Services: 1-800-263-6495 ext.
Gamma Phi Phi Gam Slam
At the Union 10-2
$15 registration fee
Zager Studio, 464-7771.
Heart and Soul Award
Nominations Out Now!
A great opportunity to recognize great leaders and/or
members of UNL Student Organizations that have made
significant contributions to their group.
Nomination forms are available outside the Student In
volvement Office, 200 Nebraska Union, 300 East Union.
No ml nations ate due by October 20
Lesbian, Bisexual, and
Thursdays, beginning Sept 14, Nebraska Union 338,
12:30-1:30pm.. Informal discussion group focusing on
issues related to being a lesbian in today's society.
Facilitated by Pat Tetreault, Health Center. Contact the
Women’s Center at 472-2597 for more information.
The Women’s Center
The University Leadership Conference. For any one
wanting to leam more about leadership. Pick up registra
tion brochures at Student Involvement in 200 Nebraska
Union of 300 East Nebr. Union.
Where is it?
Explore some myths of manhood, and how they affect us
individually culturally and create barriers to the develop
ment of healthy relationships. Discuss what is needed to
establish a healthy masculine foundation in the re-cre
ation of a men's center. Facilitated by Michael Stinson,
therapist. October 19, 7:00-8:30pm in 338 Nebraska
The Women’s Center
Massage Therapy is Here!
Campus Recreation now offers Massage Therapy. For
more information call 472-3467.
MONEY FOR COLLEGE
Hundreds 4 Thousands of grants 4 scholarships avail
able to all students. Immediate qualification. Call 1-800
270-2744. Open Monday-Saturaay.
Nails at the Flair, 17th 4 Van Dorn, Wednesdays and
Fridays, by Blair, certified nail tech. $25 full set of nails,
NO Flu shots Today at the East Union.
Oxford Crew and YOU ... the perfect combination!
Spend your summer rowing or punting on the River
Thames with the Nebraska at Oxford program. Come to
CBA 138 Wednesday. Oct. 18 from 11:30-12:30 or call
Laurel Anderson at 472-2310 to find out more about this
exciting study abroad opportunity.
UNL ROLLER HOCKEY CLUlT
Meeting 3:30, Wed. in the union, room posted. If you've
ever wanted to strap on blades and go crazy please
University Program Council Executive position applica
tions are available at 117 Union, due Monday. October 23.
WANTED: 100 students to lose 8-100 lbs. New metabo
lism breakthrough. Guaranteed results. $35 cost. 1-800
It's pumpkin time! Meeting Oct. 18 at 5:00 in the basement
of the Health Center. After our meeting we are going to the
City Mission to paint pumpkins! Also, don't forget money
for your t-shirts.
_ EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
Block & Bridle
Meeting. Wednesday, October 18. East Campus Union.
7 p.m.: initiates. 7:30: regulars.
Raffle Tickets Are Due!
Wednesday 18th, City Union
Meeting Thurs., Oct. 19.5:30 at CBA 120. NEW Members
Meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the Union
Speaker: Joe Shafer from State Farm.
Soil & Water Resources Club
Meeting Oct 18, 7pm LW Chase Hall, room 148. Guest
The Publications Board will meet at 3 p.m., Thursday, in
the Nebraska Union to discuss Daily Nebraskan policies.
All are invited to attend.
An informational meeting will beheld Wednesday, Octo
ber 18th at 6:00pm in the Campus Rec TV Lounge.
Anyone interested in partitipating next semester should
come. For more information contact Tyler at 436-8252 or
Congratulations to New Members, Lindsi Peterson and
Darci Fiddelke on taking first place in the Phi Psi 500 Trike
Race. You guys are Die Hard! Also. Let's hear it for the
AXO new Members on taking first place in the overall 500
You guys rock! We’d like to give special thanks to our
coaches: Chris, Jeff, Amy and Nikki.
Love, the AXO's.
Congratulations to the Alpha Chi’s that took First Place in
Intramural Softball! You guys are unstoppable! Way to go
you big studs.
Leve, your sisters
Way to go AXO's on winning the Homecoming Banner
Contest. Special thanks to Jen Brandt.
Congratulations to Christie Nelson for being accepted
into University Ambassadors. Way to Go!
Love, your Alpha Phi Sisters
Thanks for the groovy time this weekend. We dig it the
The Women of Phi Mu
October 19,1995; 10pm-2am.
$2 all you can eat Village Inn Pancakes
Proceeds go to Children’s Cancer Research.
We had a great time Friday night. We'll have to get
together again with you soon!
Love, the Pi Phi's
Congratulations to the Phi Psi 500 winners and partici
#1 Alpha Chi Omega
#2 Alpha Phi
#3 Kappa Alpha Theta
The Men of Phi Kappa Psi
Juli Jones, Congratulations on being nominated to Home
coming Court and Good Luck! We Love you.
Love, your Phi Mu sisters
Lori K. and Julie S,
Way to go girts. You’re the best trikers in our minds.
Love, the Phi Mu Actives
Thanks for the warm hospitality. You know where I live,
and you are always welcome to visit but please don't hurt
Love, the Colonel
To the Women of Gamma Phi Beta
Thanks for the Dinner Exchange. You do chicken right.
To the Women of Chi Omega
Thanks for Boot Scootin with us last Friday. We’ll swing
with you anytime.
The Great Pumpkin
Saturday, Oct 21
CONNECTION is postponed this Wednesday due to
Homecoming. Next Wednesday. GREEK CONNECTION
at Union. LIFESKILLS at CHI OMEGA.
Congratulations to ANNIE JONES on being selected as
a Homecoming candidate. We are so proud of you. Good
Love, your sisters
Thanks for having us over before the game Saturday. We
had a great time, you guys are awesome!
Love the Ladies of Alpha Phi.
_Extended Summers Continue_
My Princess Chicken,
The cow that crows at midnight is dead. Check your big
red account for another clue.
The Purple Knight
Thanksfor lunch. Too bad about portrait. Hope for better
luck next time.
Lauri Wyrick, Congratulations on your selection to
Lost: Gold wire-rimmed glasses in hard blue case in
vicinity of 12th & R. Reward. Call Layne 472-2072 or 435
Calvin and HobbeS by Bill Watterson
THE ALIENS 5TILL HAMENT SHOWN UP.'
WHAT ARE WE G0\N6 TO DO ?? I'VE
GOT TO TURN IN \Ai LEAE COLLECTION
^ _ TOMORROW!
I'LL BET THOSE DUMB ALIENS GOT
BACK TO THE\R PLANET AND
PRO CRAST \ N ATED / I'LL BET THEY
HAVE NO RESPECT FOR DEADLINES!
I'LL BEF THEY PUT EVERYTHING OFF
AND ARE DOING A LOUSY >\OB AT
THE LAST SECOND/ .
HOW COULD X IP THEYRE HOT
ANYONE BE SO \ HERE IN FINE
IRRESPONSIBLE’) MINUTES, I'M NOT
-._HANDING OVER THE
\ EARTH/ THEM ME GOT
l^TO LEARN A LESSON.'
Edited by Eugene T. Maleska No. 0109
1 Table insert
9 — not
14 Jewish month
15 Ariz. native
16 Joyous song
17 What Don Juan
21 Show gumption
23 Hold 9 Down
24 The Gem State
26 Very fine muslin
30 Elevator cage
32 “-With My
34 Of summer
38 Playbill words
39 “Getting” girl of
40 “-Must Be
44 He’s at the helm
48 An N.Y.C.
49 Turner or
50 Trendy one
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
Belongs to ..
58 Like a parabola
61 Majorcan port
66 Toothy look
69 Birth a goat
70 Sail tuck
1 Spacecraft units
2 Lamb of the pen
3 Inaugurate, in a
4 Spring peril
6 Birds of prey
7 Samoan port
10 In a singing
11 Fire for hire
22 Youngest Greek
25 Lyricist David
33 Based on the
36 Sailor’s word
37 Firkin contents
42 A word to the
44 Omsk’s locale
45 Start of a refrain
62 River isle
64 Raggedy one
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