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05 410 HouangWanted
10 420 Rooms/Rent
13 430 Houses/Rent
16___ 440 Dupiex/Rent
20 Fumrture 450 Apartmenta/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 Pels - -1
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods -1 1
70 Ticket Exchange
203 Spring Break Trips
205 Career Events
220 Greek Affairs
230 Student Government
242 Pinning ft
245 Lost ft Found
270 900 Numbers
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00s For Sale
EM Thintoad 350c, 25«Miz, 125mb, tax modem, very
good condition, 3 years old- $749 OBO, 466-1902.
Ladtae Woddbtg Sat Unique two-tone ptoinunVl 4k gold
with princess center and channel-set band, total weight
1.57 cts.App. $7200, asking $3800 OBO. Cal Kim M402
476-7149, M-F, &■& _,_
Cable descrambler Wt, $14.95 See ALL the charmelai 1
313-523-2767, _' _
VCR w/remote $85; also, COLOR TV excelent $75; cal
^^hevjMCavalto, 4-door, runs good, NEW TIRES,
1981 Datsun 210, red, 142K, VERY mechanicaly sound?
have service record, GREAT shape, $1100.489-0540.
FteeDrink Parties, No
sort $129.7/highte beach front " ****** boach re"
Endless Summer Tours
SPRING BREAK’S HOTTEST!
FREE FOOD, DRICNK & PARTY
Up To $200 Discount Coupons
Private and Instrument PSot Ground Courses Starting this
week. Call 472-4432 for more information.
For more into. call the Women’s Center, 472-2597
COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID
Student Financial Services had information on 3,400+
puMc & private sector funding sources. A MUST FOR
ANYONE SEEKING FINANCIAL AID! For information: 1
CRUISE SHIP EMPLOYMENT
Travel the world (Hawaii, Mexico, Caribbean) & earn an
oxcoRont income m the Cruise & Land-Tour Industry. For
details, caR 1-206-971-3550 ext.C57787
DO YOU THINK YOUR
ADVISOR IS THE BEST?
The UNL Student Foundation has established the BuRd
ers Award for Outstanding Academic Advising. All faculty
and staff are efigMe to receive $1500. Nominations may
be made by any UNL student staff member or adminis
trator. Information and applications for nominations may
be picked up mdie Student Involvement Office on City or
East Campus. The deadKne tor application is January 17,
1997. For more information contact Erin Hamilton at 436
6085. - * *
tWp recognize those whose extra efforts make UNL
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UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
•Coming Soon! Mountain Dow Slush & Pepsi
•Wide Snack Food Variety
•Now Fat Free Snacks
•Low Prices on 12 pks & 2 liter Pop
•Wide Food & Expanded Fountain Selection
•Expanded Health & Beauty Aids
•Newly Remolded Interiors
17th t Vine • 475-3223
Eating Disorder Support Group
ATTENTION WOMEN: Are you looking for someone to
talk to about living with an eating dfeorder? This group
provides a safe and confidential environment for talking
about the strugglesof having an eating disorder. The group
meets every Tuesday from 5:30-7 PM in the Women’s
Center, 338 Nebraska Union, beginning Jan. 14th. Ques
tions? Call Kris, 472-9428.
Fourth Annual Residence Hall
Sunday, February 9,1997. Lincoln Station Great Hall in
the Haymarket Tickets $10 each. Questions? Cad 436
9560. Event limited to residence had students and their
How To Do The Successful
Interview & Be Offered
The Job You Want!
That’s Right! The Agribusiness Student Advisory Councd
wants to help you by hosting an informal employer inter
viewing seminar so YOU can breeze through internship/
career interviews. Representatives from Ci irgilt have vol
unteered their services to present the job interviewing
seminar on Thursday, January 23 from 6-8 p.m. in the
East Campus Union. RSVP to Rosalee Schwartz at 472
5234 by January 21 to ensure yourself a spot atthe Inter
National Parks hire forestry workers, park rangers,,
Surf Your Way to Success
Excellent Growth Opportunity marketing internet yellow
pages and WWW sites for Uncoin’s Hottest new interac
tive marketing firm. Base commission + Bonuses + Un
limited L-T Potential! Sales exp. a +. Please call
ShayneO430-1277 for details. Web design interns also
The Commuter and Student Services Center has a fist of
tutors for student use. Anyone wishing to be on the list
either to tutor or in need of a tutor, fW out an appfication at
the ASUN Commuter and Student ServicesCentBtfm
UNL Horticulture Club
Meeting Tuesday, January 21st, 5pm, 327 Keim, East
Info meeting Tues., Jaa 21 at 5 p.m. in City Union. Room
MEET THE CHAPTER
Delta Sigma Pi a professional business fraternity invites
you to attend arr informational meeting to see what we're
Meet the Chapter nights are: Monday, January 20th at
7pm in the Union or
Monday, January 27th at 7pm in the Union
We wiH have a professional speaker, so please dress ac
cordingly. Hope to see you there!!
Student Education Association
Come explore the magic of the Internet with Mike
Dempsey, the Assistant Coordinator erf Alumni Technol
ogy Learning Lab. We meet Tuesday, January 21st, 7pm,
Mabel Lee Hall Rm 120.
UNL Horticulture Club
Propagation Party! Come help us start plants for next
year’s house plant sale! Saturday, 1/18,10am-??. Dough
The first University Program Council Event Staff Meeting
of the spring semester wW be held at 8:00pm on January
21 in the City Union. UPC is the student-run organization
that brings to campus big-name entertainment, lecturers,
novelty, and promotions, as wen as movie premieres and
international films. For more information call the UPC of
fice at 472-8146. _ / :
Welcome Back! We will have our first meeting of TUES.
JAN. 21st, at 6:00 in the Union. The room will be posted.
Congratulations, Kiersten Yanken, on you engagement
to Chad HiH.
Love, Your A-Phi Sisters
PH Exec would like an^iish a happy birthday
to Jim ‘Mr. Goodyear* Barrett!_
Thanks lor the great co-rec basketball season. We’D get
hot 'n sweaty with you al over again!
' The Kappa Delta Co-Rec BB Team
Congratulations to Brian Bangs, John Frerichs and Mike
Suberty for their 4.0s.
Your Phi Psi brothers
Congratulations to Lindsay Quadhamer on her engage
Love, Your Sisters
Don’t miss out on vour chance to be the featured bach
ekx/bachekxette. Turn in applications by Monday. See
you on Feb. 6.
Senateposition tore^sent the^Cdlege of Engineering
Are you stiR smiling? Miss you...
FOUND 12/20/96: scarf in NE Union. Ctalm at DN.
LOST: 1/15, nan-frame glasses, arourrtfrforril Hall mu
seum. Please call 475-oS84or leave at ON._
Bass Player Wanted
For local band. Contact H aL438-4716.
BIRACIAL individuate for thesis study. Male or female with
parents of African-American, White, Asian and Hispanic
backgrounds needed. Call MicheMe for more info. 472
***Sctence and PreMed Malora***
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 opportuntities to increase pay through
Human Resources, J-SPR
621 Rose SL .
Lincoln, NE 68502
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 T* Street, 2nd
floor. 441-7962. EOE/AA.
Harris Laboratories has a great opportunity tor a student
to the Agribusiness field to work as an totem to our Ag
Department Dubes include prospecting new leads, call
ing current accounts, and setting up appts. tor salespeople.
Vw seek a student interested in a career to theagfleld
with excellent communication sMRs. Flexible hours, mease
apply at 621 Rose Street; Lincoln, NE 68502. AA/EOE
Assistant teacher. Gain valuable teaching experience
working at a nationally-accredited early childhood pro
Attention studentsi!! Are you short of cash? Need $$$ tor
coltege^^w^^TMake $$$ money ait spring. Let us
Attention: Education Majors
Before School Childcare staff needed for elementary
school sites, 6:30am-9:00am. Call 475-0805.
VVe have immacfiate openings for toesefuH time and part
time career opportuniBes:
A5SISTANTMAN AGERS * .
with rstaB or fast food mgmt exp., excellent cdstomer ser
vice skSs, 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 handfing and customer service experience, high
level of movie knowledge, outgoing and enthusiastic. /$
ply in person sk any Blockbuster video location.
MAKE IT A BLOCKBUSTER
CAN YOU ACT, SING,
OR COOK UP A STORM?
If so, Rock-to Rol Runza is cunenty seeking dedicated
entertaining waiters staff and kitchen positions to fill full/
part-time day and evening positions. In return tar your hard
work and dedication we offer you the following:
‘Great Starting Wage
•and Much More
So, if you’re a-student that is looking to work for a few
hours a week or a person with extra tone on their hands,
don't wait head down to Rock *n Roil Runza 14th & “P”
and apply today!!!
$7.50 / hour Full-time
$7.00 / hour Port-time
• Peld training
• Benefit Package
• Casual Dress
CALL US TODAY!
• New Donors Earn $45 the 1st week! I
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