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From Staff Reports
Scott Schultz singled home Jason
Fry in the bottom of the eighth inning
to lead Nebraska to a 6-5 win in its
season opener Saturday over Wayne
State at Buck Beltzer Stadium.
The Comhuskers jumped out to a
4-0 lead in the second inning against
Wildcats starter Nate Corman. NU
opened the inning with consecutive
singles by Fry and Andrew Sawyers,
' before Francis Collins blasted a three
run home run. The next batter, Kevin
Harrington, followed with a solo
I Wayne State roared back scoring
three runs in the third. With one out,
Darin Gregory doubled and James
Mansell followed with another double
to score Gregory. Mike Vanderwelt
capped the inning with a two-run blast
to pull Wayne State back within 4-3.
NU padded its lead in the sixth
when Collins walked, advanced to sec
ond on a wild pitch, stole third and
came home when Mansell’s throw
sailed into left field. The Wildcats tied
the game in the seventh with two runs
to set up Schultz’s game-winning hit.
Spence Van Linge, the ninth
Husker pitcher, picked up the win af
ter 1 1/3 innings of perfect relief. Ja
son Winfield (0-1) took the loss for
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FOUND: Keys found (1/29) by blue lot next to campus
corner. Call 436-6174.
Lost on East Campus: Panasonic CD player face. RE
Lost: a watch and two rings at Phi Dett after Belated. Will
pay $50 for their return. 436-6167.
Wire rimmedglasses found in thesnow. Claim at the Daily
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123 Learning Center is taking applications for part time
teachers. Morning and afternoon hours available. Apply in
person. 5000 Tipperary Trail.
2nd Semester Work
Expansion has left us with 30 p/t openings. Resume
experience, flex schedule. Can M^W, 4-7pm. 477-8663.
Attention: Nursing. Gerontology, and Human Service
Majors. Part-time and fulWkne personal caregiver posi
tions for the elderly available. Competitive wages and
excellent benefits. Contact Doreen at Haven Manor, 434
Steady work/Excellent income. Flexible hours. Knowl
edge of Windows helpful. Students welcome. 1-800-835
FIRST FEDERAL LINCOLN
135 NORTH COTNER
Entry level position performing both lobby and drive-up
teller transactions, opening new accounts, cross-selling
products and services, and balancing a cash drawer.
Tentative work schedule is: Mon., Wad., Thurs., and Fri.
2:00-6:00 p.m. and Sat. 830-1230 p.m. Quallicatione
needed are excelent customer service skills and sales
ability, effective verbal communication skills and basic
math sklls. Apply 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thurs., Jan. 30through
Thurs., Feb. 6th. at our downtown Human Resources
First Federal Lincoln Bank
13th &N St.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F
Gamma Phi Beta sorority needs hashers. Pay, free
I Lunch Time Cashier. Weekdays. Good Pay and I
I Free Meal, Flexble schedule, apply 10am-2pm, |
I at Lower Level Lincoln, Square, 13th & O.
Kappa Delta needs kitchen clean-up help for lunch and
dinner hours. Male or fern ale. Wages and free meals. Cal
HousecfetrtngJn East Lincoln. Dr.’s home. 6-8hrs/week,
Is hiring note takers in all areas. Apply at Jon’s Notes next
to the Student ID Office in University Bookstore. 472
From Staff Reports
The Nebraska women’s tennis
team opened its season Saturday
with an 8-1 win over Gustavus
Adolphus College at the Woods
The Comhuskers won all six
single matches and two doubles
matches with Lara Botts and
Adriana Dulic losing only the
match at No. 3 doubles. Angie
Dudeck and Kristin Kropick from
Gustavus Adolphus took the match
Sandra Noetzel took a 6-1, 6-0
victory over Lisa Broughton at No.
1 singles. No. 2 Lisa Hart won 6-2,
6-0 over Erica Hanson and No. 3
Jenny Thoste defeated Kristin
Kropick 6-1, 6-1.
Annie Yang swept Misty
Redman 6-0, 6-0 to win No. 4
singles. Lara Botts won No. 5 from
Sarah Lobland in straight sets 6-2,
6-2. Adrian Dulic also needed only
two sets to win her match beating
Kara Jorgenson 6-4, 6-1.
In doubles competition, the No.
1 team of Noetzel and Thoste de
feated Broughton and Sarah
Lobland 8-2, Hart and Yang took
an 8-6 win from Laura Selby and
Hanson in No. 2 doubles.
Needs a pool manager, for the 1997 season. Individuals
with a great attitude, the ability to woik with both adults
and children. Available mid-May through Labor day and a
current pool operators permit should apply in person or
submit a resume at 8901 E. 0 Street before Feb. 26th..
Lazio’s Brewery & Grill
*Come see what we can offer you!
’Wages that only the most successful restaurant in
town can offerl
’Team work at it's best!
’Unparalleled training and support!
’Closed on major holidays!
’Some daytime availability required!
*50% employee discounts!
’You Do Not have to wear a name tag!
’And nobody sings Happy Birthday!
Apply in person for a seriously unique opportunity with
Lazio's. 710 P Street between 2-4pm, Monday, Tuesday,
Bring in Your Smile!
Russ's market. 33rd & Hwy 2. Is now looking for part-time
cashiers for afternoon, evening, and weedend shifts.
Come and egoy a (table schedule and a fun atmo
sphere! See Sore Director Todd Schumacher to apply.
The National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting
’Part-time data entry rep
Hours 9-2, Monday-Friday
7-11 a.m.. Saturday.
’(Two) Fntodaia heal proceeaing
Hours 2-9pra Monday AND Friday & 1-9 Monday AND
_ 1-4 Saturday.
For more details, please call the First Commerce job
Equal Opportunity Employer
NE Republican Party
Permanent, part time, telemarketing position, Sun-Thurs,
5-9. Contact Brian Hensley. Kris Nelson at 475-2122
between 2-5p.m. Can start Immediately.
Isco, Inc., a manufacturing firm, has an immediate open
ing for a part-time Computer Operator to run night pro
cesses after regular business hours; perform daily
backup routines; and, secure the bulding and arm the
alarm system. Due to security considerations, individuate
with previous experience or training in computer program
ming are not eligble for this position. Starting pay is $6.15/
hour. Please apply at:
Human Resources Department
531 Westgate Blvd.
Lincoln. NE 66528
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