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PAGE 12TUESDAY, JANUARY 14,1997
02 Appliances 400 Roommates
05 Bicycles 410 Housing Wanted
10 Books 420 Rooms/Rent
13 Clothing 430 Houses/Rent
16 Computers 440 Duplex/Rent
20 Furniture 450 Apartments/Rent
30 Jewelry 460 Summer Housing
40 Misc. For Sale 470 Mobile Homes/Rent
45 Musical Instruments 480 Vacation/Rent
46 Office Furniture 490 Homes/Sale
50 Pets -
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods -
65 Stereos/TVs 500 Adoption
70 Ticket Exchange 505 Alterations & Sewing
90 Vehicles 510 Automotive
515 Bicvcte Service
200 Rides 528 Child Care
203 Spring Break Trips 530 Cleaning/Laundry
205 Career Events 531 Cleaning/Households
210 Announcements 535 Computer Service
216 Martinos 540 Entertaximent
tlr . 545 Gift Ideas
220 Greek Affairs S2
230 Student Government 550 Heafth&Pttness
240 Personals 553 insurance
242 Pinning & 555 (nstmcterVTutonng
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
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310 Chid Care 5881*ring
320 Work Study Jobe 590 Tattooing
330 Summer Jobe 593 Travel
340 Internships 595 Typing & Resumes
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Applications available at Student Involvment Office, City
Uraon Ballroon, 300 East Union. Application deadline;
DO YOU THINK YOUR
ADVISOR IS THE BEST?
The UNL Student Foundation has estabfished the Build
ers Award for Outstaming Academic Advising. Al faculty
and staff are eigible to receive $1500. Nominations may
be made by any UNL student, staff member or adminis
trator. Information and applications for nominations may
be pkdied up in the Student Involvement Office on City or
East Campus. The deaiCne for appScation is January 17,
1997. For more information contact Erin Hamilton at 436
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Eating Disorder Support Group
ATTENTION WOMEN: Are you looking for someone to
tali to about tying with an eating dteotder? This group
provides a safe and confidential environment for tailing
about ffiestrugglesof having an eating dteorder. The group
moots every Tuesday from 5:30-7 PM in the Women’s
Center. 338 Nebraska Union, beginning Jan. 14th. Ques
tions? Cal Kris, 472-9428.
Innocents Society is the Chancellor’s Senior Honorary
whose membership is based on academic achievement,
unparalleled leadership, and selfless service to UNL and
Applications for membership are now available for quali
fied juniors at 106 Adminsitration Building, Office for Stu
dent Involvement (city union and east union), and the
The Manager Meeting for New Intramural Sports Manag
ers wifi be held Tuesday, January 14 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Nebraska Union. New Managers should attend. Call 472
3467 for mote information.
The last day to enter Men's, Women’s, and Faculty/Staff
Basketbal is Thursday January 16. Don't delay! Enter
your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 tor more information.
Thursday, January 16 is the last day to enter Women’s
and Co-Rec Volleyball. Enter your team now at the Office
of Campus Recreation. For more information, call 472
Informational meetings Wednesday January 15,1997 at
11:30a.m. and 6p.m.In City Union. Rooms will be posted.
AH who are interested are encouraged to attend.
Lesbian Discussion Group
A safe place for Lesbian, Bisexual, and Questioning
Women to talk, meet laugh and learn as we discuss our
lives in an informal atmosphere. Wednesday, 1:30
2:20pm. Starting January 15, Nebraska Union 338. For
mote information call The Women’s Center, 472-2597.
MORTAR BOARD NOTABLE
Mortar Board is a National Senior Honor Society that rec
ognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and
achievement in exceptional scholarship leadership and
Mortar Board also recognizes outstanding freshmen,
sophomores, and aaniora that demonstrate our high
standards. Pickup an aapBcafionfirfotmalion sheet at tne
offices of Student Involvement (east and city campus),
Student Judkial Affairs, Culture Center and the Honors
Program. They are due on Friday, January 24, at 5:00
pm, at the Student Judkial Affairs Office, 106 Actowv
Each year, the Innocents Society recognizes outstanding
freshman who show potential in the areas upon which
Innocents Society membership in based: academic
achievement, leadership, and service.
Applications are now available at 106 Administration Build
ing, Office for Student Involvement (city union and east
union), and the
Pre-Vet Club Reminder!!
1997 Symposium registration forms and $90 due Friday,
Jan, 17,1997. Keepselling raffle tickets to defray sympo
sium costs! Registration forms and raffle tickets available
in 112 VBS. Call 472-9089 with questions.
Filing forms are now available
at 115 Nebr. Union
Student Govemement Election
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Excellent Growth Opportunity marketing internet yellow
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tive marketing firm. Base commission + Bonuses + Un
limited L-T Potential! Sales exp. a +. Please call
Shayne©430-1277 for details. Web design Interns also
The Student Alumni
is now accepting applications for membership. Applica
tions are available at the Wick Alumni Center, the Office
for Student Involvement, City Union and the ASUN Of
fice, City Union. Applications are due Monday, January
27 at 5:00pm at the Wick Alumni Center. Information ses
sions are Thursday, January 16,6:30pm in the Abel Ball
room and Tuesday, January 21,6:30pm at the Wick Alumni
Center. Questions? Call Shelley (472-4222).
, ALPHA PHI OMEGA
First meeting of foe semester, Wednesday, 115 at 6:30pm
in foe Culture Center. Officers’ meeting at 5:00pm in the
Neihardt Gray Parlor. Welcome Back!!!
Welcome Back! Committee meetings, Wednesday, Janu
ary 15 at 5 p.m., third floor ECU. If unable to attend, call
Kara at 436-6090.
Wednesday, Jan. 15,8 p.m. City Union. Guest Speaker:
FORMER GOVERNOR KAY ORR. Visit our booth in foe
Union on January 13,14, & 15 from 11am -1pm, to pick
up T-shirts bring $15.
Informational meetings Wednesday, January 15,1997 at
11:30a.m. and 6p.m. in City Union. Rooms will be posted.
All who are interested are encouraged to attend.
Welcome back! C’mon in out of foe cold to our first meet
ing Thursday, Jan. 16 at the Wick Alumni Center. Still want
to go to convention, but haven't paid yet? Call Shelley
ASAP for details (472-4222).
Congratulations to Genelle Campbell and Brady Kerr on
their recent engagment. Surprise! Were you fooled?
Ccngrautlation on your silly pinning.
w love the kappas
Congratulations to Chad Hamilton on your appointment
to the ’Involvement Team’. The brotherhood takes pride
in your achievments, despite your haircut.
Congratulations to Aaron Anderson on your appointment
to foe National Accounting Standards Board. Your achieve
ments serve as an inspiration to those of us who endeavor
to greater ambitions man indulging in pyramid schemes.
Congratulations to the following 4.0’s: Amy Dalton, Jana
Horst, Jenny Sherrill, TracyAgne, Jen Nelson, Tina Glatte,
Angie SawteHe, Jill Matthfs, Julie Bremer, Melissa Curry.
The Brothers of Kappa Sigma Welcome BackAII Students
and Faculty tor the Spring Semester! We wish all the best
of luck for foe New Year!!
Senate position to represent the College of Engineering
and Technology. Application available at 115 Nebr. Union.
Deadline Friday, Jan. 24
•"Science and PreMed Majors***
Harris Laboratories has opportunities available for per
sons to monitor activities of Study Participants and col
lect and document data. Great experience for science,
nursing.or premed majors. This is a variable scheduled
position. $6/hr. with opportunities to increase pay through
Human Resources, J-SPR
621 Rose St.
Lincoln, NE 68502
Nebraska's most beautiful camp, YMCA Camp Kitaki, lo
cated on the Platte River, is seeking applicants for sum
mer staff positions. Call or write YMCA Camp Kitaki, 216
North 11th, Suite 301, Lincoln NE 68508. 402-434-9225.
After School Recreation
Lincoln Parks and Recreation has immediate openings
for after school recreation leaders to work with elemen
tary children. Hours: 2:30-5:45pm, Monday-Friday. $5.00
$5.2Q/hr. Apply at Playground Office, 1225 “P Street 2nd
floor. 441-7952. EOE/AA.
Attention students!!! Are you short of cash? Need $$$ for
college expenses? Make $$$ money all spring. Let us
Attention: Education Majors
Before School Childcare staff needed for elementary
school sites, 6:30am-9:00am. Call 475-0605.
We have immediate openings for these full time and part
time career opportunities:
with retail or fast food mgmt exp., excellent customer ser
vice skills, high level of movie knowledge, outgoing and
enthsiastic. Send Resume to Blockbuster Video District
Manager, 4004 N. 132nd St, Omaha, NE 68164
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS
with cash handling and customer service experience, high
level of movie knowledge, outgoing and enthusiastic. Ap
ply in person at any Blockbuster Video location.
MAKE IT A BLOCKBUSTER
is hiring two cocktails. Accepting applications Wednes
day, 1/15, between 11am-4pm. 1418 O Street.
Computer Graphics/Design Opportunity. Must be familiar
with Photoshop and/or Illustrator. HTML skills helpful but
not required. Variable hours. This is a career path oppor
tunity. Call Eric: 441-3292.
University of Nebraska
Computing Services Network
Operate the University’s mainframe computer systenVcorv
soies, mount computer tapes, operate printers and other
off-line equipment. Computer knowledge and good cus
tomer service skills preferred. At a minimum must be able
to work in four-hour time blocks, 16-20 hours per week.
The Data Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. Must be available to work summers and school
breaks. Hours will vary but shifts wiH be scheduled prima
rily on weekends and graves (11:00pm-7:00am). $5.25
hourly. Apply in person at 235 Nebr. Hall.
Daily Nebraskan Circulation
Deliver newspapers downtown and city campus every
morning. Must have own car, no classes before 9 a.m.,and
be an UNL student with at least a 2.0 G.P.A. Contact Dan
at 34 Nebraska Union, 472-1769.
DENTAL ASSISTANT/RECEPTIONIST, TUESDAY AND
THURSDAY, 8AM-12NOON. MORE MORNINGS POS
SIBLE. WILL TRAIN. PLEASANT WORKING ENVIRON
Earn extra cash NE Republican Party permanent, part
time, telemarketing position, Sun-Thurs, 5-9. Contact Brian
Hensley, Kris Nelson at 475-2122 between 2-5pm, can
Experienced aerobic intructor for local fitness center. Call
476-6600 M-F between 9-3.
Experienced Aerobic instructor tor older adults. Avail
able mornings. 441-7575.
Firetruck clean-up person. Daytime hours, Monday-Fri
day. $5.50/hour. Apply in person to EDM Equipment 3001
West “O’ Street Lincoln, NE
FREE RENT, UTILITIES
Flexible hours plus compensation for duties performed. If
you are a caring, compassionate person looking to work
your way through school, contact Lincoln Memorial Fu
neral Home, 423-1515, Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30PM. )
Get Paid to
Surf the Net!
Local software developer has immetfiale
tone technical assistant Duties will inc
Internet newsgroups, searching for data
sources, software testing and other reia
computer experience required. Apply By MaN Only to
Microimages, Inc., 201 N. 8th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508
1347. Please include list of college courses taken and
Hiring for waMery postions. Apply at Ifcj Mahal Cui
sine of Indta, 5500 Old Cheney Ref. 420-1133.
Full or Part-time help wanted in produce department/Ask
for Greg. Full-time help wanted in meat department/Ask
for Larry. No evening s/Sundays/hoMays. 905 S. 27th
•Make a difference to protect the environment. '
•Earn an average of S7.25 an hour weekdays,
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Earn TUITION REIMBURSEMENT!!
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Wishes to fill full and part-time positions of banquet
help, bartenders, and dining room wait staff to work
day and/or evening hours. We offer the following
$6.00 to start per hour plus gratuity • Free
Meals •Excellent Working Conditions
• Flexible Schedule
Apply in Person at 3200 South 24th Street
Monday through Friday (9-5)
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