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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1996)
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 Bicyde Service
520 Bridal •
528 Chid Care
535 Computer Service
545 Gift ideas
558 Job Placement
560 Lawn care
565 Legal Services
573 Music Exchange
580 Printing & Copying
595 Typing & Resumes
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00s For Sale
Blue papasan couch, chair. Queen-size waterbed w/book
case, six-drawer pedestal. Good condition. 489-9772.
1 VCR w/remote $85; also, COLOR TV excellent $75;
19-inch color TV, $50.25-inch floor model color console,
$40. vH&vs£b«5o.4«feajM>> *$&*#**
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2-5 ticketsfor NU vs. Colorado Stale, Sept 29th, Jn Non
student section. Contact Molly at 438-4951.
KISS tickets for sale. Omaha show. 477-2953.
Wanted: one Baylor and two Kansas tickets. CaH 438
1990 Geo Prtan 4 dr. LL Blue. 75K. Good Cond. AC, PB,
Auto, AM/FM Cass. Very dean. $5400. CaH 483-7575
days: 4880699 Eves.
1990 Pontiac Grand Am, 2-door, automatic, white, 4-cyl
inder, A/C, excellent condition. $3500. 421-8682.
, The Innocents Society
The Innocents Society would like to inform you of our new
Jason "Pantytiner" Kubik
Brian "King of the HHT Bueecher
James nowerDtaoe Yen
Dani 'Tougher Than You* Ettman
Kerry "The Don’ Ftorio
Katie "Left Have a Discussion' Hamer
Joel "Brass RaT Russell
Steph Watwood “You Do*
Brian "Wish I Was Bynum" Blauser
Jen 1 Love Everyone" Wticox
Lee vvanna see My n nine nan
So keep an eye out lor any of tiwse people.
Because they’re welching over you.
Arts & Sciences
Student Advisory Board
Appticatione are avaflabie at Arts A Sdancas AtMBtM
Center (107 OWatisr Hal), Student Invotvemant Office
and Multicultural AMrs Office. Deadfcw: Sept 27,5pm.
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ALASKA SUMMER JOBS
Fishing industry. Earn to $3000- $8000+ /month + ben
efits. Male/Temale. No experience necessary. (206) 971
3510 ext A57786
Come to the Women's Center NU 340, Sept 25th, 6:30
p.m.Atime for Birth mothers (post adoption) to share their
stories. For more information Call Samantha at The
Women’s Center at 472-2597.
-Earn up to $2,000+ Seasonal &
full-time positions. Np exp. info, call 1
206-971-3550 ext C57785.
in public and private sector grants & schoi
i available. Al students are elgible regard
less of grades, income or parent’s income. Let us help.
Can Student Financial Services: 1-800-263-6495 ext
Give Campus Tours for Special Events
Host University Functions
Participate in Philanthropic & Social Activities
Meet Energetic People Like Yourself
200 City Union
300 East Union
124 Administration Building
Al Residence Hail Front Desks
Completed appftcattone are due drv Friday, September
27, by 5:00 pm to 124 Administration
For more information, please contact
Jason Reno at 436-7976
For Nebraska-ASU game. Free shuttle from hotel to game.
at Pizza Hut 3410 S. 10th St, Every home game Satur
day from 10:30am-1pm for Pizza Buffet, just $4.49.
The last day to enter the Men's and Women's Pre-sea
son Flag Football Tournament is Tuesday, September 17.
Don’t delay. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recre
ation. Cal 472-3467 for more information.
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING
Positions are now avalable at National Parks, Forest &
Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits & bonuses. Call: 1
206-971-3620 ext N57784.
PICK UP TEACHERS COLLEGE STUDENT ALUMNI
AMBASSADORS APPLICATIONS NOW, 105 HENZLIK.
DUE SEPTEMBER 19, 5:00PM.
UMCC PT at the Aits&Sciences Advising Center, -107
Okffather, Tuesday, September 17,10-2. Cal 472-4190
Thursday, Sept 19th at 6:00 PM in Benton basement.
Everyone is welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!
Summer clothes 40% off.
Teva Sandals 20% off. Moose’s Tooth, 40th and O.
Food and Weight
New Discussion Group Beginning September 19,12:00
1:00 Sponsored by Women's Canter and Univerisfr Health
Center. Call 472-9428 or 472-7478 for mors infORnation.
The University Leadership Conference planning commit
tee. Meeting 7am on Thursday, Sept 12 in the Union. Any
questions can Dan, 472-8143.
E*** EasHJrSon"1 F**r
Swim Against the Tide: Get Involved.
TROPICAL RESORTS HIRING
Entry-level & career positions available worldwide (Ha
waii, Mexico, Caribbean, etc.). WaHstaff, housekeepers,
SCUBA dfee leaders, fitness counselors, and more. Cal
Resort Employment Services 1-206-971-3600 ext
Get yours at The Moose's Tooth, 40th & 0.
Ext 3634. __
Where The Money la
through foundsdom. corporations and other private or
^gjtotions. $89.95. Vm end Mastercard Accepted.
WOMEN IN GRADUATE
STUDIES SUPPORT GROUP
Starts Tuesday Sept 17,12:00-1:30pm, Nebraska Union
rm 338. Offers a supportive enviroment for women enter
ing or returning to graduate studtes. Cal the Women's
Center at 472-2597 for more info.
A supportive and challenging environment for women to
work on personal issues, improve communication skills,
and explore interpersonal relations. MeetsTuesdavs 3:30
5:00pm in Nebraska Union rm 338, beginning Sept 17.
Call the Women's Center at 472-2597 for more info.
National Honor Society in Psychology
Wednesday Sept 18,4:30pm
Presenter Dr Marceta Raffaelli
All Students Welcome!
CAMPUS RED CROSS
Our first meeting of the year will be Wed., Sept 18th at 5
p.m., in the Heafth Center. Register to Win a FREE SHIRT
at the Meeting!!!
Wednesday night, Avery 206, 6:30p.m. Public Relations
Club will join us. Learn how to get internships and be
Ag Econ Agribusiness Club
Meeting Sept. 17 5:45pm Room 45, Ftlley Hall
The 1997 Women’s Leadership Conference Planning
Committee will be holding its first meeting on Thursday,
September 26 at 6:15pm in the City Union. Anyone inter
ested in serving on the committee is encouraged to at
. Want to be a part of the world's largest collegiate service
organization. Then come to the Circle K meeting tonight
at 7:30 in the Union, room to be posted.
will meet Wednesday, September 18 in the City Union at
8pm. Speakers include:
rt in 11 Uli-hnle
Esaru me not*
State Legislature Candidate
State Board of Education Candidate
New Members Welcome!
Informational meeting for all new members will be held
Wednesday, September 18 at 7:30pm, Campus Rec Con
ference Room 55C. Questions call Theron Troxel, 465
Meeting 8pm, Sept. 18th, at the Culture Center. See ya
Kama Phi, A Christian Group for UNL students, is look
ing for new members. Established in 1920, we offer sis
terhood. low dues, and minimal time committment Also,
year round open rush. Meeting Wed. nights at Corner
stone Church from 6p-7p. To arrange a visit calb Jen 486
4469 or Christina 467-5464.
i/ Phi Bela Lambda
Want a break from those long hours of studying?? Come
join the fun and meet new people on Tues, Sept 17, at
6:30 p.m. in the City Union. Please wear business attire.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!
First Meeting TONIGHT, Sept 17, 7:00pm, NE Union,
First Meeting Tonight, Sept 17,8:30 pm, NE Union, room
pasted. Everyone Welcome! Questions? 436-0776/Kim.
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
Meeting Tuesday, Sept 17 at 7pm, in Mabel Lee room
Student Dietetic & Restaurant
Meeting Thursday, SepL 19 at 6:00 in Home Ec Bldg.
East Campus. New members wsfeomo. .
Student organization workshop TODAY! 4:30pm, NE
Union. Learn how to recruit & retain members tor your
organization. Call 472-2454.
Students For Life
Meeting, TONIGHT, 7:30pm, NE Union, room to be
posted. Officer elections, and other important info. Ev
First meeting Wednesday, Sept 18th at 5:30 PM in the
Union. Room win be posted. Everyone welcome! Ques
tions? Call 472-3353.
TCAB Teachers College Advisory Board applications avail
able in Room 105 Henzlik Hall.
Mandatory meeting initiation info. Sept 28,6:30 Rm 118.
UNL Baseball Club
Information meeting Tuesday, Sept 17 at 6:30 pm in Rec
Center, TV Lounge. Practice on Wed. 6:30pm and Sun
days 2:00pm atTOwanis Field, 33rd and O Street. For
more information call Dan Demuth at 436-8543.
Sunday, September 29th at Holme’s Park Gold Course.
Tee it high, let it fly! For more information see your Phi
lanthropy Chair or contact Leah at 436-7083. Registra
tion deadline is Tuesday, September 24th.
Congratulations to Dave Bird on a successful start to hunt
In dosing, your brothers
Hey we know we didn’t win but we did have a good time
Special thanks to our coaches, our glove that fits a smal
man, and those who believed.
The Women of Kappa Dette
We are so happy to have you here! You Ladies brighter
up our lives!
Your BIG Sisters
Congratulations to Betsy Erickson and Monya BeBoer or
your acceptance to the Lincoln Midlands Ballet Company
Way to go ladies!
Xi Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations Actives on winning Alpha Tau Omegs
softball! Way to go Pledges! You’re the greatest
Love, your Chi O sisters
Thanks for Riverboat, we wttTsail with you ladies any
The Men of Phi Delta Thete
A belated thanks for coming over last Saturday, there’s
noone we’d rather see at 9a.m. in the morning.
The Men of Phi Delta Thete
Friday, Sept. 20th. Call 436-7941.
We had a great time, and look forward to seeing you again!
The SAE Pledge Class
The F.A.C. has a lot of Fun, you’re always welcome ai
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
The Men of SAE
Come loin the fun!
Phi Alpha to last week's, Brother erf the week, Brian Gabb.
The Bros, of SAE
To the ladles of Gamma Phi:
Thanks lor the ice cream and assorted toppings. Next
time let us eat it on the table!
The Men of Delta Upsilor
There are many committee openings for student repre
sentatives. Check the ASUN office tor curort open posi
tions. Applications available at 115flebtasfca Union. Dead
line Sept 18.
WANTED...A Few Good Men
Heartland Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking lor volun
teer Big Brothers. The rewards are BIG and at it takes is
a little time. Call 464-BB8S to make a difference that will
last a lifetime.
Wanted: 100 6tudents. Lose 5-100 pounds. New metabo
lism breakthrough. RN assisted. Free gift $35 fee. 1-800
FAST FUNDRAISER - RAISE $500 IN 5 DAYS - GREEKS
GROUPS, CLUBS, MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS. FAST,
EASY - NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATION (800)862-1982
★ ★ ★
$10.85 to start, flexible hours, fitting 37 positions until 9/
_it it it
A Few Good
Delta Gamma now hiring to serve food-talk to cooks
at 17th & R, or leave me wage at 436-7092.
We are looking for a reliable accounting student to handle
accounts receivable duties 15 hours/week. Please apply
between 10-5, Tuesday-Saturday.
Glaser Ceramics, Inc
2325 Khnana Place
Lincoln, HE 68521
Attention students!!! Are you short of cash? Need $$$ for
college expenses? Make $$$ money aN fall and winter.
Let us help. 1-800-400-0209.
Attention special ed students. Needed: a responsible,
caring person to share activities with a 25-year-old fe
male, Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 1-4.
Transportation and references required. Pay negotiable.
Call Iflcki, 421-2622 evenings.
Attitude over Resume
Our company is growing fast I need 2 quality individuals
to manage an expandtog sales team. Call 474-5646 for
City-Wide Delivery Driver Needed. 8:30-5:30 MWP only.
Some restrictions. 475-3031.
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We currently have several exciting job
opportunities available. See the Store
Director at one of the following locations
to apply for a position on our ho me team.
17th & Washington
•Stockers, F/T days w/ some evening hours
•Cashiers, P/T eves. & weekend hours.
66th & O
•Cake Decorators, F/T day hours, will train.
•Bakery Sales Associates, P/T eves. & weekends
•Cashiers, P/T eves. & weekends (Must be 19)
27th ft Hwy. 2
•Cashiers, P/T all shifts (must be 19)
•Courtesy Clerics, P/T eves. & weekends
63rd & Havelock
•Checkers, P/T all shifts (must be 19)
•Courtesy Clerics, P/T (retirees welcome)
•Night Stockers, F/T graveyard shift
70th & Van Deni
•Fruit ft Juice Bar Clerk, F/T.
•Cashiers, F/T ft P/T all shifts, (must be 19)
•Courtesy Clerics, F/T ft P/T
•Night Stockers, F/T graveyard shift
33rd & Hwy 2
•Cashiers, P/T all shifts (must be 19) ' ’ >
•Courtesy Clerics, P/T day ft evening shift
•Deli Sales Associates, F/T ft P/T all shifts
•Gourmet Coffee Comer Cleric, F/T & P/T all
shifts . v -
An E.OJB. establishment offering
excellent benefits and wages.
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