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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1996)
02 Appliances 400 Roommates
05 Bicycles 410HousingWanted
10 Books 420 Rooms/Rent
13 Clothing 430 Houses/Rent
16 Computers 440 Duplex/Rent
20 Furniture 450 Apertments/Rent
30 Jewelry 460 Summer Housing
40 Misc. For Sale 470 Mobile Homes/Rent
45 Musical Instruments 480 VacatkxVRent
46 Office Furniture 490 Homes/Sale
50 Pets -
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods -
65 StereotfTVs 500 Adoption
70 Tidwt Exchange 505 Alterations & Sewing
90 Vehicles 510 Automotive
515 Bicycle Service
200 Rides 528 Child Care
203 Spring Break Trips 530 Cleaning/Laundry
205 Career Events 531 Cleaning/Households
210 Announcements Compujer Service
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230 Student Government 550 hS&Pitness
240 Personals 553 insurance
242 Pinning & 555 tnstrudiorVTutoring
Engagements 558 Job Placement
245 Lost & Found 560 Lawn care
250 Wanted 565 Legal Services
260 Fundraising 573 Music Exchange
270 900 Numbers 575 Photography
- 578 Pregnancy
580 Printing & Copying
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OAA ■ ■ I III--1 583 I
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310 Chid Care 503 Tanning
320 work Study Jobs 590Tattootog
330 Summer Jobs " Travel
340 Internships 595 Typing & Resumes
$3.25 par 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.
DEADLINE: 2 p.m. weekday prior.
The Daily Nebraskan will not print any adver
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
fife For Sale
Killer deals on leftover wheels. XT/LX equipped bikes at
$525. Whoa! That is low. Everything you need to ride all
winter. Bikes, clothing, packs, hats, and gloves. Great
Christmas gift items too.
27th & Vine
Satin weckfingdress. Size 8. Beautiful bead work and
train. $450.477-2044. Leave message._
HP DeskJet 550C, Color printer, prints great! Hardly used!
$150 OBO, VCR $40. 472-9602.
Selling it Cheap! Apple RGB monitor $65. Magmun 28.8
fax/ modem never used $70. Apple Style writer printer
$60. Call 421-3913_
25 men Stereo cotor tv $150. 4 head Vhs VCR $50. Cd
player $35. 467-5189
Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1 -
3 CU/NU tickets for sale. 2 together seventh row south
stadium. 1 student section. Best offer. 421-8861
3 Dave Matthews tickets, $22.50 each 060. 438-3998.
4CU-NU tickets, together, East Stadium. Best offer. 436
4 NU vs. CU tickets, Best Offer, call 303-2960029 con
tact Andy. -_~ „ -
4 NU-Coksado tickets together. Section 11, Row 20. $150
OBOCai 421-8087 _'
5 Colorado vs. NU tickets for sale seated together. Call
7 NU vs CU tickets for sale. East Stadtom. Best offer.
For Sale: 2 CU tickets together in south Stadtom. W1
vaBdate. Cal 436-8631, leeve message.
FOR SALE: One NU/CU ticket. South Stadtom. 438-8137,
FOR SALE: 2 CUfNU tickets. Together—South Stadtom.
Beet offer. 421-9200. Leave massage.
FOR SALE: 1 Colorado student ticket. Soul) Stadtom
NmcIicI: ttckHs lor CIVNU oame QonsftforsludinKval*
TVso CUfNU student totals wB vaMrte cal and make an
oisr Mtohale 4388881
91 Stanza 4-door, 5 speed, air, $4960. 91 Mssan pickup,
$4650. 84300ZX,$296a 91 GMc 2-door hetbh, $3060.
86 Centra wagon, $2600. 91 Ctvic 4-door, 5-speed, air,
$4150. 91 CMc DX, $4850. 91 Protege, 4-door, 6
speed. 37K, $3050. Offers accepted.
Bear's Auto Safes, 1647S.5rd3l 477-6442.
1995 Honda Civic Coupe EX, 5 speed, power everything,
cruise, a/c, sunroof, 477-1303 leave message
1963 Mazda RX-7. Excellent condition, 105K, book price
$2300. Asking $1750. 467-3644.
1979 Mustang 5.0, lots of high power goodies. Runs,
drives great. $1000/ best offer. 477-1761.
Five ’93 Escort station wagons. 50-60,000 miles, very
good condition. $5000 and up. 402-333-1942, after 6pm.
Female Student seeking ride to DesMoines/Urbandale
area for Thanksgiving Break. Will share gas costs. 436
0900 __ v_
Round Trip Cruise for two, the Grand Bahamas Island. 4
days-3 nights cal 436-6404
Spring break la coming! Don’t delay there is limited
space! Cal Laura, your Sun Splash representative, 436
9306tO 8etupapackagestaiwig atonly $379 to either
the Bahamas, Cancun, Daytona, Jamaica, Panama
City or South Padre._
“C’mon Ride the Train”
Join the Involvement Team! This is your last week to re
serve your seat on the Train! Educate students on the
benefits of involvement and have fun too! Applications,
Attention All Students
Please review your class syllabi and determine if there is
a conflict with Dead Week Policy. If so, please contact
ASUN - Student Government as soon as possible at 115
Nebr. Union, 472-2581.
DEAD WEEK POLICY
Final examinations for full semester classes are to be
given ONLY at the regularly scheduled time as published
tn the Official Schedule of Classes or at another time
DURING FINALS WEEK mutually agreeable to all con
The only examinations that may be given during the last
week of classes (Dead Week) are: lab, practical exami
nations, make-up or repeat examinations, and self-paced
dur^Tg*the1ast week ofclasses (Dead Week) must*have
been assigned in writing by the end of the EIGHTH WEEK
of the semester. This refers to the project and its scope,
but not the topic.
Quizzes are acceptable during Dead Week.
Please donate at your house or Residence Hall. Spon
sored by Theta Chi, Cornerstone, and RHA Student Ac
CRUISE SHIP HIRING
Earn up to $2,000+/month. World travel. Seasonal & full
time positions. No exp necessary. For info, call 1-206
971-3550 ext. C57786
DISC GO ROUND
WE BUY & SELL USED CD'S
Used CD's, $5.99-$7.99.
T-shirts, posters, Imports, hacky sacks, music
books, song books and CD towers.
New CD's $11.9»-$12.99
DISC GO ROUND
50th and O, 486-0047.
Saturday, November 23,1:00-4:00 p.m. City Union, Food
Court Area. Open to all UNL students. No entry fee. Spon
sored by the Honors Program Student Board. Four-per
son teams. Six events. Entry deadline is TODAY. Send e
mail to honorsQunlinfo2.unl.edu or enter in person at 118
Neihardt. Call 436-9402 if you have any questions.
Flu Shots/Wellness Profiles
Flu shots/wellness profiles for students, faculty/staff and
general public. November 20 (flu shots only) - East
Union, November 21 (flu shots only) - Health Center
Lobby, 11 a.m. -1 p.m.
Food & Personal
Nov 11 - Nov 22
Needed: Boxed & Canned Foods, Soap, Toothpaste, etc
D°The*Women’s Center - NE Union #340
Student Involvement - City NE Union #200
Student Involvement - East Unibrriaoo
The Women’s Center
More Info call 472-2597
Toafof the Health Aides who waked hard Ms fel,
You posted your health tips in each stal.
YOu wrapped al the Snides, you bandaged each cut,
Keep up fee good work...
‘CAUSE HEALnt AIDES ROCK!!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
rrom vie Mcuonxnators. *
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Hey Riddance Hefl flludsnts
DoTfou Need A Study Break?
RHA Casino Ntaht
Thurs. Nov. 217-d
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Models rrVfages 11-35. Models Scotidng Group wd be in
flip OmahsAJncoin area for 2 nights only Nov. 21-22.
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Muslim Sister interested in joiningfforming a Muslim
women's prayer/study/discussion circle. Those Sisters
interested should write down their name, address, phone
number, and year in school, and leave this information at
the front desk of the Daily Nebraskan office, Rm 34, NE
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the University community to the Director of
Nebraska Unions and Vice Chan, for Student Affairs.
Deadline Tues., November 26 - 4:00 p.m. Applications
available at 115 Nebr. Union.
Creighton PT, OT and Pharmacy at the .Arts&Sciences
Advising Center, Wednesday, November 20,1 -5. Cal 472
4190 for appointment.
RHA is now accepting applications for alternate juror po
sition. Call 2-1095 or stop by 237 Nebraska Union.
UNL marketing dub sweater sale fundrasier outside of
Union by Broynill fountain. The sale will be running Tues
meeting Wednesday night at 7pm, 327 Keim Hall, East
Block & Bridle Meeting
Wednesday, Nov. 20, East Campus Union. 7pm—initiates,
7:30—EVERYONE. Initiation Night.
Social Event Wednesday, Nov. 20th, 6pm at Champions
Fun Center. Bring $6 and a can of food!
Will meet Wednesday, November 20 at 8pm in the City
Union to have a post Election Party. Food will be served.
Remember to bring money for T-shirts.
Meetings every Thursday night at 7:30 on CRC court #1.
Everyone welcome. For more information call Mark at
Habitat for Humanity
Meeting Thursday, Nov. 21, 6pm. Posted in Union.
Summer China program, Wed., Nov. 20th, 3-3:30pm,
Kappa Omnicron Nu
Meeting Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 7:30pm in the City Union.
Program includes job seeking on the internet.
Tonight at 6pm. City Union
Guest: Lawyer Patrick O’Brien
New Members Welcome
Pre-Occupational Therapy Club
Meeting TONIGHT, Nov. 20th, 7:30 PM, NE Union, room
posted. Everyone Welcome!
society for Human Resource
Meeting Nov.21st at 5:30pm in NE Union, room will be
posted. Speaker Beth McFarland. Business Attire.
Student Council for
Meeting Nov 21, 6pm. Room 313, Barkley Center.
We have a meeting at 5:15 on Thursday the 21st at the
Nebraska Union. Room will be posted. BE THERE!!
UNL MARKETING CLUB
Meeting Thursday Nov 21st at 6:00pm in the Student
Union. The room will be posted: Speaker Ron McKenzie
win be speaking about marketing on the internet We will
be holding new officer elections.
UNL Wildlife Club
Gene Oglesby of the Nebraska Wildlife Federation will
be the speaker. November 20,7pm, East Campus Union.
Bring T-shirt designs.
Congratulations toMeHssascnwaner and Chrie Lorenz
on their recent marriage. We wish you both the bet of
luck in the future!
Love, the A-PhTs
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we’ve had a> semester.
You Lades are AWESOME!
Love, the Deits
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Congratulations to Ivy Rossetter on your Pearling and
Shelley Crounse on your engagement!
Xi-Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to ^^*8^^^
dent, Becky Richter, Recording _
Chapter Life VP; Kelli Bamsay,
Myhre, Financial VP; Tanya RobitaHle,,
Sherri NeW, Public delations VP: Erin t ™
Kate Deicke, New Member Ed; Courtney t_
lanthropy; April Dauhard, Chaplain; Courtney Wick!
Academic Achievement Sarah McClellan, House Man
ager Michelle, Corresponding Secretary.
Sun, Surf, and tan tons of sands.
Thanks for all of the wedding festivities last week! We all
had a great time! We will be your brides anytime!
Love, the A-Phi’s
Congratulations to thesebdes:
- Molly Egley, Woma Yeh, and Amy Allison on your ac
ceptance into Emerging Leaders.
- Kelly Penke for bong selected to go to the National 4
H Conference in Memphis
- Angela Watts on receiving 2nd place in your Royal
- Brooke Fleck on your engagement
Way to go girls!
Love, your sisters
Congrats to our awesome sisters: Mindy Lacy - Presi
dent of STAND, Laura Lockson & Lisa Kenagy - Emerg
ing Leaders. Way to go!
Love, your sisters
Thanks for the dinner exchange. Your chocolate cake
was sweet but it will never compare to you.
Love, Kappa Sig
Thanks for bowling with us on Thursday. We had great
^ The Men of Alpha Gamma Sigma
Congratulations to our newly selected officers. We have
the utmost confidence in each of you.
. Love, your sisters
Congratulations, Angie SawteHe and Greg Hand, on your
pinning and surprise engagement! We wish you the best
of luck in the future!
Love, the Kappas
Congratulations to the
Grand MasterPau! West
Grand Procurator Paul Dudzinski
Grand Master gf Ceremonies: Brian Skourup
Grand Scribe: Kevin Reiner
Grand Treasurer Mark Klitske
Gaurds: Geoff Brennon, Scott Miller
P.S. Old EC did a hell of a job, will miss-Teich, Larby/
Rosa, Peo, and Fuges
Paul and Joyce with The Sidetracks Band
Blue Moon Ghetto with Niki Boulay
Triangle Fiji Acacia
Once in a Blue Moon
Congratulations to Nikki Botdorf on her acceptance into
the Disney Internship Program. Way to go!
Con Ions to New
Chairmen and Officers
Chairmen Positions are as Follows: A-9 Assistant Cody
Carlow; Philanthropy: Chad Lorenz; Jr. Philanthropy: Chris
Nigro; Intramural: Todd Vest Jr. Intramural: Dustin Garri
son; Historian/PR: Zack Danhaur; Brotherhood: Tony
Ferate; House Manager Brett Ftodine; Kitchen Manager:
Ryan Fleisher, Risk Management Dana VaHsh; Lincoln
Man/lnvolvment: Aaron Pfingsten; Alumni: Adam
Prochaska; Jr. Alumni: Steve Myers; Co-Social: Dusty
Vaughan and Steve Phillips; Jr. Social: Andy Sedlacek;
Parlimentary: John Meyers.
Phi Alpha to the Brothers of the Week:
The Nike Tourney Rag Football Team
Congratulations on making it to the Owtpipnship
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