The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 18, 1997, Page 12, Image 12
\ i 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 Instalments 480 Vacation/Rent 46 Office Furniture 490 Homes/Sale 50 Pets - 55 Photo Equipment 60 Sppdfng Goods —r 65 Stereos/TVs 500 Adoption 70 Ticket Exchange 505 Alterations & Sewing 90 Vehicles 510 Automotive --- 516 Bicycle Service 520 Bridal -- 525 Catering 800 Rides 528 Child Care 203 Spring Break Trips 530 Cleaning/Laundry 205 Career Events 531 Cleaning/Households 210 Announcements 535 Computer Service 215 Meetings 220 Greek Affairs gf ttalrSSw, 230 Student Government |g ST^rtness 240 Personals 553 insurance 242 Pinning & 555 Instruction/Tutoring Engagements 558 Job Placement 245 Lost & Found 560 Lawn care 250 Wanted 565 Legal SetW»s 260 Fundraising 573 Music Exchange 270 900 Numbers 575 Photography 578 Pregnancy 580 Printing & Copying 582 Recycling 583 Religious 300 Help Wanted 535 Rentals 310 Child Care SMT^rmir* 320 Work Study Jobs 590 Tattooing 330 Summer Jobs 593 Travel 340 Internships 595 Typing & Resumes $3.25 p«r 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 chwge. Personal ads must be prepaid. Found ads may be submitted free of charge. DEADLINE: 2 p.m. weekday prior. The Balfy 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 origin. The DailytJebraskan 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 Nebraskan. z j. - - , «v»*' . • Ms for .Safe For sale: Dryer, new mattress, and nice recliner. Call 436 0899. Cycle Works See Lincoln's largest selection of bicycles and accesso ries. The new 97’s are in stock now from Trek. Special ized, Klien, and Bontrager. Don’t forget the best acces sories from Pearl Izumi, Rock Shox, White Brothers, and much more. Cycle Works 27th and Vine 475-2453 Jean Outlet Great prices used Levi's and cords. $4.95-$19.95 ail sizes. 3242 S. 13th. 420-5151. Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1 800-752-1389. --->> Looking for 4-6 Lincoln Star Tickets for Feb. 14, Contact Julie, 438-7182. 1975 Chevy Station wagon. Runs good, dents and rust come with. Call Bob at 472-5451. 200s Notices "SPRING BREAK 97-Don’t be left out, space limited!! Cancun and Jamaica from $429. Call STS © 1 -800-648 4849 for more info. AAA! Spring Break '97. Cancun, Jamaica and Bahamas!!! 7 nights with air from $399. Daily Free Drink Parties, No Cover at Best Bars. Panama City, Boardwalk beach re sort, $129, 7/nights beach front. Endless Summer Tours 1-800-234-7007. "SPRING BREAK 97-Don’t be left out; space limited! Panama City and Daytona Beach, Florida from $129. Call STS 9 1^00-648-4849 for more info. Successful Interviewing Seminar Learn how to develop your resume, use proper (fining etiquette, and improve your overall interviewing skills. tadtMtolyMMl., Feb. 19, ta Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Room 209 College of Business Administration University of Nebraska-Lincoln > Lincoln, NE 68588-0487 s' '\ ' ’' 1. -1.... ALASKA EMPLOYMENT Earn to $3,000-36,000/mo in fisheries, parks, resorts. Airfare! Food/Lodging! Get all the Don’t spend another semester getting notning Dut me dn news out of your classes!! Get an international education by studying at Senshu University in Tokyo, Japan where you’ll take Japanese language, business, and culture classes. You’ll also have the opportunity to see ancient shrines in Kyoto, the Peace Park in Hiroshima, the Great Buddha, and Tokyo’s fabulous shopping and nightlife dis tricts. Come find out more at informational sessions throughout February! Mondays and Wednesdays at 2:30 Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:30 and 3:30 ‘Except February 24 and 25 All sessions are in CBA 138 Campus Recreation Advi«<— Council Campus Recreation is Hwng tot members for the 1997 98 Campus Recreation Advisory Council. Applications are available at 55 Campus Recreation Center and 32 Col lege Activities Building and must be returned by February 25. Confidential Gay Men’s Discussion Group Meets every Wed. from 6:00-7:30pm. For information: Dr. Diaz-Petdomo at Counseling and Psychological Services. 472-7450. EASTERN EUROPEAN/ASIAN JOBS —Live in Prague, Budapest, Tokyo, etc. teaching simple conversational English. No languages/teachng exp. required. (919) 918 7767, ext W214. _ EATING DISORDER SUPPORT GROUP ATTENTION WOMEN: Are you looking for someone to talk to about living with an eating disorder? If you have or think you may have an eating disorder, you are invited to attend the Eating Disorder Support Group. The group meets every Tuesday from 5:30-7:00 pm in.the Women’s Center, 340 NU. Questions? Call Kris at 472-9428. INTRAMURAL FLICKERBALL TOURNAMENT Tuesday, February 18 is the last day to enter the Men’s, Women’t, and Co-Rec Flickerbail Tournament. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation. For more information, call 472-3467. INTRAMURAL RACQUETBALL DOUBLES Tuesday, February 18 is the last day to enter Men’s, Women s. Co-Rec and Faculty/Staff Racquetball Doubles. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation. For more information, call 472-3467. SAA Congratulations to the following new members of the Stu dent Alumni Association: Jen Backenstose, Mike Consbruck, Matt DeVries. Maggie Doyle, Jason Dubs, Matthew Eickman, Liz Goehring, Ryan Grattop, Brad Hay, Shannon Heffelfinger, Amy Horrum, Gentry Hughes, Laurie Jacobs. Laura James, Lisa Kenagy, Dacia Knudson, Tom Heacock. Chris Linder. Jim McClymount, Chanda Miller, Sara Mulhair, Kelly Pollard, Mike Roth, Raul Schrier, Kara Stoltenberg, Andy Strain, Jeff Whitney and Tyler Wolford. Way to Go!!! SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY Student Involement and Univeristy Housing are once again sponsoring the Women Student Leader Award. Applications are available in Student Involvement. Dead line is February 21. FOR MORE INFO CONTACT STU DENT INVOLVEMENT AT 472-2454. The Committee for Fees Allocation will meet at 5:45 p.m. tonight in the Nebraska Union to vote on Campus Flecreation’s budget request. An open forum is provided for students to voice their opinion. If you have any ques tions, contact the Student Government office, 115 Ne braska Union, or call 472-2581. Student Involvement Officer Transition Workshop for Student Organization February 25,4:30pm CBA. Reservations requested 472 2454. TONIGHT PIZZA PARTY GOVERNMENT LIAISON COMMITTEE All Students Welcome Tuesday - 7:30 pm 115 Nebraska Union ★ UNL Department of Nutritional Science and Dietetics BREAST CANCER NUTRITION EDUCATION STUDY Need Females between 19&65 years of age. Must have a mother, daughter, sister or maternal aunt with a history of brest cancer to participate. Enrollment session on Satur day, February 22,1997. If qualified and interested call 472 7984. Ask for Jean or Shannon or leave message. Women’s Center Open House Frl., Feb. 21 1-4 p.m. «hu neorasuB union “about woman, for avaryona” Win an expense-paid trip to Florida! Altoids Volleyball Regional Championship at the University of Nebraska. Compete against the Midwest's best Co-Rec volleyball teams on March 1-2. Enter your team at the Office of Campus Recreation by February 20. The cost is $50. The winner receives an expense-paid trip to the Altoids Spring Break Beach VolleybalfToumement in Panama City Beach, FL, April 11-13. There win also be prizes awarded and sponsor gifts given away to tournament participants. Contact the Office of Campus Recreation at 472-3467 for more information. Fencing Club Welcoming New Members! Orientation Thursday, Feb. 20,8pm, Mabel Lee south gym. All interested in learning one of the oldest sports are en couraged to attend. En Garde! For more info,contact Michael Hoff at 472-5342. 0.0 PI LAMBDA THETA ORIENTATION Tuesday, February 18th at 7:00 in the City Campus Union (Room will be posted). Current and prospective members are encouraged to attend to find out what Pi Lambda Theta has in store for the new year. Head on over after the SEA meeting. See ya there! Block & Bridle Weds. Feb. 19, East Campus Union, 7:00 p.m. initiates, 7:30 p.m. everyone else College Republicans will meet in the City Campus Union at 8pm, Wednesday, February 19th. Guest Speakers: Andrew Louden Former UNL Student Body President and Adam Brolheimer National College Republicans Chairman Candidate. T-shirts still available-$15 * Campus Red Cross, Meeting, Wed. Feb. 19th, 5pm, in the Health Center. Montessori Teacher Training Information Meeting. Sat. Feb 22,1-3 p.m. at PRAIRIE HILL Learning Center 10 miles south on Highway 77. 438-6668. National Organization for Women The Lincoln chapter wants YOU at our next general meet ing on Tuesday, 7PM at the YWCA. 1432 N Street. Equal ity-minded men and women welcome. Questions: call 434 6695. Opportunity Students in Free Enterprise is holding open call auditions to find presenters for the national competition in Flonda. We are looking for persons with strong speaking and pre sentation skills. All expenses paid and you will get to meet and resubmit your resume to top corporations in the U.S. Auditions are 6-8pm, Feb. 19th, room 222 CBA. Prepare two-three paragraphs: oral text. Quesions callTaye at 467 5612 or 465-7928 PAN PACIFIC Experience the cultural wonders and roake business con tacts in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia, while earn ing college credit. Informational meetings are: Thursday, Feb. 13 9 3:00 CBA 108 Tuesday, Feb. 18 9 4:30 CBA 108 Questions? 472-0746. PARKING ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Parking Advisory Committee wifi meet Tuesday, February 18,1997. at 3:30pm in Room 222 CBA. Phi Beta Lambda Join us for a general meeting tonight at 6:30 in the NE Union. Please wear business attire. Come alone or bring a friend! Psi Chi & UPO Psychology Volunteer Fair wed. Feb. 19th. 6:00pm • City Union sire Meeting Wed. Feb 19 at 5:00pm in the Union. Room posted. Reminder: Auditions for Presentation Team Wed. at 6:00pm in CBA room 222. Any questions call 472-0746. Meeting Thursday, Feb. 20th, 8pm, in the Union. Bring a friend, win a prize! Student Education Association Meeting Tuesday. Feb. 18 at 5:30 p.m. in Henzlik 202. Barb Byer from the Lincoln Action Program and Rob Pauiak from the Youth Advisory Council will speak about at-risk youth. Student Foundation Meeting Thurs. 5:15 p.m. at th^ntorMown will be posted. ---WEHOPETpSEEYOyTHgtEI^ Meeting at 5:30, City Union. Room to be posted. university Ambassadors Meeting 6:15 at 1245 "R* St. IMPORTANT MEETING!! UPC EVENT STAFF Hey Event Staff! Don’t forget about your meeting tonight at 7:30! New memebers welcome! Kate, Carol, Marge, Pat, Brook, Evan, Joe, Mike. What would we do without you! Thanks for everything! The Ladies of Chi O _ ATA Thank you for the beautiful serenade and the flowers! women of Kappa Alpha Theta FarmHouse Thank you for the dinner exchange last week. We need to get together more often! ' women of Kappa Alpha Theta F$B Congratulations to our Gamma Phi’s and the Delts on being runner-up in Water Volleyball! Way to go!! Congrats to our new Gamma Phi SAA members Lisa Kenagy, Maggie Doyle, Shannon Heffelfinger, Jen Backenstose, and Gentry Hughes. Sorry about that We love you!!! Congrats to Julie Erickson on being accepted to the Stu dent Advisory Board for the College of Fine and Perform ing Arts. Way to go!! Love Your listers JKA Congratulations Stepn Massr on your internship wun cozen wonawioe Hey Eva Nekovar, Congratulations on getting some KFftX airtime. We re so proud of both of you. Love, Your Sisters KKT Congratulations to those Kappa’s that got 4.0’s last se mester KeHy Munnelly, Emily Millard, Tracy Agne, Jody Elliott, Steph Frager, and Anne Harrington. TOI^ HT PIZZA PARTY GOVERNMENT LIAISON COMMITTEE Nobody but you knows who I am, so why not take a chance with me? From Shaggy *9* Amy, ■* Happy V-day to the newest Doc on the block. It took lots of coffee and late nights at the ER but you made it! Love, your roomie, Erin Pink dogs use galvanized nails Henry FOUND 2/14/97: WATCH & PIN, in parking lot near 14th & Avery. Claim at DN. FOUND: 2/7, sunglasses, Oldfather, 2nd floor, men’s room, Contact the Daily Nebraskan. WANTED: 100 Students. Lose 5-100lbs. New metabolism break through, R.N. assisted, Free gift $35/fee. 800-579 1634. FAST FUNDRAISER-RAISE $500 M 5 DAYS-GREEKS, GROUPS, CLUBS, MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS. FAST, EASY-NO FINANCIAL OBUGATION.(800)062-1982 EXT33 300s jobs 2nd Semester Work $9.05 Expansion has left us with 25 p/t openings. Resume ex perience, flex schedule. Call M-W, 4-7pm. 477-8663. Answering service operators evenings and weekends. Telephone skills required. Type 45 wpm. Can 473-9610 Billing Entry Steady work/ExceUent income, Flexible hours, Knowledge of Windows helpful. Students welcome. 1 -800-835-0553. Bottled Water $.04/gallon Unlimited income potential. Business is booming. No ex perience necessary. Get trained at local office. 913-539 0480. CAMP COUNSELORS Enjoy summer adventure at YMCA Camp Pokamoke or Elkhom River Day Camp in Omaha. Positions: Life guards, Canoe, High Ropes, Wranglers, ML Biking, Crafts, Sports, Nature & Wilderness counselors. Call 341-4730 in Omaha for application, due March 7. Coordinator to plan programs and do activites for girl scouts after school group. Tues., Wed. and Thur after noons from 3-5. Contact Audrey 476-7539. CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE CableVision has a weekend Customer Service Represen tative position available. Candidates must be flexible and available to work approximately 10-15 hours per week. Qualified applicants must have a high school education and a courteous and professional attitude. Sales expen ence is helpful. Training is provided. Applicants must be able to communicate effectively with customers. Apply in person at CableVision Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm. CableVision is an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V. Date Entry Position available. Close to campus parking. Flexible scheduling. Call PSI Group for Information 474-1938. Firethorn Golf Club Outside dub service person ell needed. March through November. Compensation commensurate upon expen ence and performance. If you are outgoing, ambitious and people-oriented, apply in person only Tuesday through Friday, 9-5 p.m. One-half mile east of 84th and Van Dorn. How much do you accomplish before your morning classes? You could be earning extra $$$ instead of sleeping in! Rock 'n Roll Runza® is seeking Full Time and/or Part Time help to assist with morning production and lunches for the Drive Thru area. No roller skating required!!! This position is ideal for a responsible and fun-loving student who wants to earn a competitve wage working working in a positive environment close to campus. Stop in and apply TODAY! Ask for Jon or Laura. Rock 'n Roll Runza" Drive Thru * 14th & P St.