The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 23, 1997, Page 16, Image 16

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45 Musical Instruments
46 Office Furniture
50 Pets
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods
65 Stereos/TVs
70 Ticket Exchange
90 Vehicles
200 Rides
203 Spring Break Trips
205 Career Events
210 Announcements
215 Meetings
220 Greek Affairs
230 Student Government
240 Personals
- 242 Pinning &
245 Lost & Found
250 Wanted
260 Fundraising
270 900 Numbers
300 Help Wanted
310 Chid Care
320 Wwk Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
340 Internships
400 Roommates
410 Housing Wanted
420 Rooms/Rent
430 Houses/Rent
440 Duplex/Rent
450 Apaitments/Rent
460 Summer Housing
470 Mobile Homes/Rent
480 VacatkxVRent
490 Homes/Sale_
500 Adoption
505 Alterations & Sewing
510 Automotive
515 Bicycle Service
520 Bridal
525 Catering
528 Child Care
530 Cleaning/Laundry
531 Cleaning/Households
535 Computer Service
540 Entertainment
545 Gift Ideas
548 Hairstyling
550 Health & Fitness
553 Insurance
558 Job Placement
560 Lawn care
565 Legal Services
573 Music Exchange
575 Photography
583 ReMous
585 Rentals $
588 Tanning
595 Typing & Resumes
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
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Kodak carousel 4400 slide projector with remote and ex
tra lens. New $450. cal 489-6667.
Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1
erything, Bose, excellent condition, book-$10,500asking
$8600, 423-4766.
1981 Datsun 210, i®d.142K, VERY mechanically sound,
have service recortlGREAT shape. $1100. 489-0540.
200s Notices
“Spring Break ’97"
It’s Heaven!! Wake and Bake... Hottest destinations —
E^rntem. 0fSRom9 ^99 1 -800-426-7?Ut] Call your on-campus rep
AAA! Spring Break ’97. Cancun, Jamaica and Bahamas!!!
7 nights with air from $399. Daily Free Drink Parties, Me
Cover at Best Bars. Panama City, Boardwalk beach re
sort, $129,7/nights beach front
Endees Summer Tours 1-600-234-7007.
South Padre Island
Beach house available. Accomadates 6 plus, Make res
ervation, 210-761-4369.
Space is filling fast for Jamaica, Cancun & Florida! Sc
don’t delay—Call your Student Travel Sendees campus
rep Kristi at 436-6132! Lowest prices guaranteed!
How would you tike to spend the summer in Mexico'
Scandtoavia? Turkey? Italy? Come to the informstiona
meeting and tatirto study abroad retoumees & faculty lead
TAKE THE PLUNGE! this summer with UNL world cam
Active Way to Weight Control
Classes Forming NOW!!
Call 472-7478 for more info. Classes start February 3
Sponsored by the University Health Canter.
Attention Upperclass Honors
Program Students
Election of upperdass representatives to Honors Prograrr
Student Board will be held January 27-29. To get on the
ballot, complete a Candidate Information Sheet, available
at 118 NelnardL Deadline for returning applications is
Thursday, January 23. *
Scholarship applications for the 1997-1998 academic yeai
are now available in CBA 138. If you are a current CB/
student and would like to be financially rewarded for ar
adove-average grade point average, here is your oppor
tunity! But you must hurry- the application deadline it
February II
Sigma Alpha Rush
Professional agricultural sorority Jan. 26th, 27th, and 28tt
7pm each night at the East Campus Union. RSVP to Mist)
ASAP at 465-8339.
Breaking the
- Glass Ceiling
How do women break though the barriers that too otter
prevent them from achieving their career goals? ‘Break
ing the Glass Celling’ will be a wonderful opportunity tc
meet and learn from seven of Lincoln’s most successfu
women as they discuss the challenges they’ve faced ir
their careers.
Forum Participants!
Angela Beck, UNL Basketball coach; Lori Czubachowski
Auto mechanic; the Hon. Karen Flowers, Judge; Radfout
Guess, LPS Multicultural consultant; Kathy Herr, Fashior
consultant; Maxine Mou, Dir. NE Dept of Economic De
veiopment; Beth Scarborough, Pres., Nebraska Divisior
tor Time Warner Cable.
Moderated by Bonnie Coffey
/ Thursday, January 23
East Union
6-9 p.m.
Free Admission
For more into, call the Women’s Center, 472-2597
322 S 9TH ST. 476-8551
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< Student Financial Sendees had information on 3,400+
public & private sector funding sources. A MUST FOR
; ANYONE SEEKING FINANCIAL AID) For information: 1 -
800-263-6495 exLF57788
Travel the world (Hawaii, Mexico, Caribbean) & earn an
excellent income in the Cruise & Land-Tour Industry. For
details, call 1-206-971-3550 exLC57787
Used CD’s, $5.99-37.99.
T-shirts, posters, Imports, hacky sacks, music
books, song books and CD towers.
New CD’s $11.99-312.99
50th and O, 486-0047.
Fourth Annual Residence Hall
Sunday, February 9,1997. Lincoln Station Great Hall in
the HaymarkeL Tickets $10 each. Questions? Call 436
9560. Event limited to residence hall students and their
, * &
Innocents Society Is the CHStesloi's Senior Honorary
whose membership is based on academic achievement,
unparalleled leadership, and selfless service to UNL and
the community.
Applications tor membership are now available tor quali
fied juniors at 106 AdminsitrBtion Bulking, Office for Stu
dent Involvement (city union and east union), and the
Culture Center.
Interested in Leadership? Friendship? Service? Join
ALPHA PHI OMEGA, National Co-od 8orvtce Fraternity!
Check out one of this week’s informational meetings:
Wed. 1/22,6:OOpm. O Culture Center
Wed. 1/22,8:00pm. • East Campus Union-Room Posted
Thus. 1/23,6:00pm. O Smith Residence Hal
-Central Conference Room
Everyone is welcomed
The Manager Meeting for Co-Rec Indoor Soccer wM be
held Thursday, January 23 at 5:00pm in the Nebraska
Union. Each team must have one representative present
to be elighble for competition. Cal 472-3467.
Tuesday, January 28 is the last day to enter Men’s &
women’s Broomball. Biter your team now at the Office of
Campus Recreation. For more 'information, call 472-3467.
January Celebration
College of Human Resources and Family Sciences, Fri
day, January 24,1997. Awards ceremony: 2 p.m., Home
Economics Building Auditorium.
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 seniors that demonstrate our high
standards. Pick up an application/information sheet at the
offices of Student Involvement (east and city campus),
Student Judicial Affairs, Culture Center and the Honors
Program. They are due on FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, at 5:00
pm, at the Student Judicial Affairs Office, 106 Admin.
Please ignore previous due date.
Looking to Get Ahead?
In the ever-growing global maiket, international experi
ence is a must to get ahead. Gain the advantage through
the Senshu University exchange program in Tokyo, Ja
pan. With other UN-L students, you wiH study beginning
or advanced Japanese language, culture, and business
as part of a 12 or 15 week program. Come find out more
at one of the following information sessions in CBA 138.
Wednesday, January 22 3:30 and 4:30 pm
Thursday, January 23 2:30 and 3:30 pm
Monday, January 27 3:30 and 4:30 pm
Wednesday, January 29 3:30 and 4:30 pm
Thursday, January 30 2:30 and 3:30 pm
National Parks hire forestry workers, park rangers,
firefighters, lifeguards, + volunteer and govememnt posi
tions. Excellent benefits -t- bonus potential. Call: 1-206
971-3620 ext.N57785
Pre-Vet Club Members
Please turn in your sold and unsold tickets and money by
Friday, January 24, at 1 p.m. at the Pre-Vet Advising Cen
ter, Room 112 VBS.
Scuba Diving PADI certifications, new & rental equipment.
Excellent prices! Contact Joe Tyler, Husker Divers—560
2026 or 488-6338.
Simplify Your Life
Spend half a day starting your job search. Workshops on
resume and cover letter writing, interviewing, job search
resources, and interviewing and referral services. Satur
day, Jan. 25,9:30 am to 12:30 pm, City Union.
Student Fees
The Committee for Fees Allocation wM meet at 5:45 p.m.
tonight in the Nebraska Union to hear the 1997-98 bud
get request presentation from UPC-programming. An open
forum is provided for students to voice their opinion. If
you have any questions, contact the Student Government
office, 115 Nebraska Union, or cal 472-2581.
Filing forms are now available
at 115 Nebr. Union
Student Govemement Bactfon
March 12
Mortar Board is a National Senior Honor Society that rec
ognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and
achievement in exceptional scholarship, leadership and
Ail JUNIORS with a 3.3 GPA or higher are eligible for
membership in the Black Masque Chapter at UNL Pick
up an application/information sheet at the Offices of Stu
dent Involvement on East and City Campus, Student Ju
dicial Affairs, Culture Center and the Honors Program.
Applications/Information Sheets are due on Friday, Janu
ary 24 at 5 pm at the Student Judicial Affairs Office, 106
Admin Bldg.
You can’t afford to miss the opportunities offered by UN
L’s CBA Exchange Program in Japan this fall. You will live
in the world’s largest city, create an impressive interna
tional resume, make lifelong friends from Japan, Ireland,
England, Australia, and around the United States, and
have the opportunity to travel to Ml Fuji, Hiroshima, Kyoto,
and even Korea, Hong Kong, and Hawaii) Come find out
more about the exciting semester that awaits you in Ja
pan at one of the following information sessions in CBA
Wednesday, January 22 3:30 and 4:30 pm
Thursday, January 23 2:30 and 3:30 pm
Monday, January 27 3:30 and 4:30 pm
Wednesday, January 29 3:30 and 4:30 pm
_Thursday, January 30 2.30 and 3:30 pm
The Student Alumni
Association (SAA)
is now accepting applications for membership. Apples
lions are avatabie 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 Tuesday, January 21,6:30pm at the Wick Alumni
Center. Questions? CtelShetiey (472-4222).
New members needed tor- second semester. I
Contact Adam at 436-9262 tor Womation. I
* UNL Men’s Club Soccer
Jan. 29, 6:30 p.m. at Cook Paviffion. Any questions call
Office of Campus Recreation at 472-3467.
Spend time helping with a variety of tasks! Call 472-2597
for more information.
The Women’s Center
Join Nebraska Crew
Learn to row, get in shape, travel and have fun. No expe
rience necessary. Meeting Wed. Jan. 22 or 29, 7 pm at
boathouse. Info: call Matt 436-8459.
)elta Sigma Pi a professional business fraternity invites
rou to attend an informational meeting to see what we’re
ill about!
Meet the Chapter night is:
Monday, January 27th at 7pm in the Union
We will have a professional speaker, so please dress ac
lordingly. If you have questions please can, Maureen at
175-3649. Hope to see you there!!
Phi Beta Lambda
This school year's half over. It sure has gone fast Come
:heck out PBL, you’re sure to have a blast! Nebraska
Jnion, 6:30 pm on Thursday, Jan. 23. Please wear busi
less attire.
Program Co-Sponsorship
.earn how to effectivty find and use co-sponsors for your
student organization. Attend the This *N That Workshop
Tuesday Jan 28,4:30pm East Union. RSVP Student In
volvement 472-2454.
Society For Human
Resource Management.
Thursday January 23, 5:30pm. 13 & R next to Intema
ionai Affairs.
Meeting 8pm, Jan. 23th, at the City Union, room to be
SOStedlSee ya there!
Welcome Back! First Mooting. City Union, 5:15pm,Thurs
day, Jan. 23rd, JOIN THE FUNII
Teachers College
Advisory Board
Wotoomd Backt Our first meeting of tto Mmealsr wM bo
Tuesday, January 28 from 7-8pm at Mabel Lee Rm 234.
•Make a difference
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• New Donors Earn *45 the 1* week!
• CASH - No check hassle
• Return donors qualify for bonuses
•TV entertainment
•Free parking at the door