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02 Appliances 400 Roommates
05 Bicycles 410 HousingWanted
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 VacatxxVRent
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 Bicycle Service
200 Rides 528 Child Care
203 Spring Break Trips 530 Cleaning/Laundry
205 Career Events 531 CleaningfHouseholds
210 Announcements 535 ComputerService
215 Meetings __
220 Greek Affairs ^
230 Student Government 550 HeaWi& fitness
240 Personals 553 insurance
242 Pinning & 555 Instruction/Tutoring
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
■* 578 Pregnancy
580 Printing & Copying
300 Help Wanted tiKiT
310 Child Care 588 Tanning
320 Work Study Jobs 590 Tattooinq
330 Summer Jobs 593 Travel
340 Internships 595 Typing & Resumes
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00s For Sale
16-inch 1996 Diamondback Outlook, $220, NEW! 438
See Lincoln’s largest selection of bikes, clothing, and ac
cessories for BMX, road, and mountain biking at Cycle
Works. Be ready for the next spring-like day! Stop in now!
27th & Vine, open 7 days.
KHS MOUNTAIN BIKE W/ ROCK SHOX. SMOOTH RIDE,
GREAT PRICE $475.00. 435-6315.
New and used bicycles for sale. Life time tune-ups on
new bikes purchased. Closet bike shop to campus. Blue’s
Bike & Fitness Center427 South 13th or 3321 Pioneer’s
Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1
1991 Honda Civic, 2-door, hatchback, DX, Auto, Air, 52K,
$4950, 1995 Geo Metro, 4-door, Auto, Air, 44K, $5950,
1991 Mazda 626, 4-door, DX, 5 speed, Air, 66K, $5650,
1987 Mazda 626, 4-door, 5 speed, Air, Clean, $2650,
Baer’s Auto Sales, 1647 S. 3rd, 477-6442.
FOR SALE: U2 tickets (Kansas City). GREAT SEATS.
$150/each obo. 436-9634.
Wanted: 1 TOOL TICKET. Call 464-9582. Leave name &
number.__v ;; -
’85 Subaru GL Wagon. 4WD, 86K, New brakes, good tires.
$1900Call 488-1180 leave message.
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
Choose from Daytona, Panama City, Jamaica, Cancun,
Bahamas. Lowest Prices! Aaron 423-4197._
Fishing Industry. Students can earn up to $2,850/month +
benefits! Ask us how! Call S.E.S: 800-207-5365
ExtA57781 (We are a research & publishing company)
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT Earn to $3,000-$6,000/mo in
fisheries,parks, resorts. Airfare! Food/Lodging! Get all the
options. Call (919) 918-7767, ext. A318.
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Apply Now to be a Health Aide!
Join in the Health Aide 40th Anniversary Celebration by
applying to become a 1997-98 Health Aide. Applicants
must be full-time students living in a residence hall, Greek
house or cooperative, and must attend class both fall &
spring semesters. To apply or for more information con
tact Community Health Education, University Health Cen
Teachers College Students
on FALL 1996 Dean’s List
RSVPto Phyllis at 2-0889 for the Teachers College Dean’s
List Recognition Ceremony by this Friday, March 8.
Beginning Karate Classes!
An eight week introduction for adults meets on Saturday
2-3:30pm. Starts March 15th. $50 fee includes 8 les
sons, uniform, and test fee. Perfect chance to explore a
traditional martial art. Classes held Suzemejo Shorei-Kan
1242 High Street. Registration/questions 421-9288.
CRUISE & LAND-TOUR
Want to travel to Mexico, Hawaii, Caribbean while earn
ing a living? Call C.E.S: 800-276-5407 Ext.C57788 (We
are a research & publishing company)
CRUISE LINES HIRING —Earn to $2,000+/mo. plus free
world travel (Europe, Caribbean, etc.) No exp. necessary.
Free Room/Board. Ring (919) 918-7767, ext. C318.
DISC GO ROUND
WE BUY & SELL USED CD’S
Used CD’s, 35.99-S7.99.
T-shirts, posters, Imports, hscky sacks, music
books, song books and CD towers.
New CD’s S11.99-S12.99
DISC GO ROUND
50th and O, 486-0047.
You still have time to apply to the Senshu University Ex
change Program for the Fall of 1997, but space is limited!
Don’t miss your last opportunity to experience the culture
of business in Japan as you live and study with students
from across America and the world!! Stop by CBA138 for
details or contact Erica League at 472-6805 or
email@example.com -but hurry!!!
Income taxes at student prices. 1040EZ= $10,1040A=
$20,1040= $30. Call Tammy at 464-2886.
Join u&for dinner with faculty and administrators. Wednes
day, March 12 at 6:30 at University Club. $15 per person.
RSVP by March 8 to 436-9387.
females 5’8 or taller and males
5’10 or taller
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING —Also Beach Resorts,
Ranches, Rafting Companies. Up to $12/hour. Nationwide
openings. Call (919) 918-7767, ext. R318.
Work inAmerica’s National Parks, Forests, & Wildlife Pre
serves. Our materials uncover rewarding opportunities in
the outdoors. Call: 1-206-971-3624 ext.N57786 (We are
a research & publishing company)
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the University community to the Director of
the Nebraska Unions and the Vice Chan, for Student Af
fairs. Deadline Friday, March 14, 4:00 p.m. Applications
available at 115 Nebraska Union.
by MARCH 7!!
Anyone can nominate outstanding students, fac
ulty and staff for the SHADES OF LEADERSHIP
AWARD which recognizes any persons who dis
play leadership qualities in areas of minority is
sues and aids the environment for students of
color at UNL. Minority student leaders with aca
demic success will also be recognized at the
ceremondy April 18. Nominate that someone you
know deserves it! Forms available: Culture Cen
ter, Multi-Cultural Affairs, Student Involvement.
DUE FRIDAY MARCH 7TH, to the Culture Cen
ter or Student Involvement.
OPEN FORUM '
WITH MEMBERS OF THE
ON THE STATUS OF
PEOPLE OF COLOR
East Campus Union
All University students and employees are welcome
If you are unable to attend, please send concerns or
questions to: Dr. Venita Kelley, 440 OldH (0329), 472
SPORTS, SOAPS, AND
1-900-656-5800 ext. 7337. 2.99/min. 18+. SERV-U (619)
Safe permanent hair removal for both men and
women. Bfkni lines, back care, facial, etc. Buy a
package, get a free appointment. Effective elec
March 8 & 9,10 AM-5 PM. Radial Social Hall, 1516 N.W.
Radial Hwy. BUY-SELL-TRADE. Info: 402-558-9473.
UNMC PHYSICAL THERAPY
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OklH, Thursday, March 6, 10-2 p.m. Call 472-4190 for
WE WANT YOU
to attend the 1997 Women's Leadership Conference on
March 8, 1997 at the Wick Alumni Center! Registration
can be picked up from Student Involvement. Questions?
Call Student Involvement at 472-2454._
Join us Thursday March 6 at 6:30 in the Nebraska Union
for a general meeting. We’ll be having a speaker from
- Allied Group about employment and internships. Be
Friends of the Deaf Community
Important meeting at 7pm March 6 at the Barkley Center,
East Campus, 3rd floor lobby. Nominations for next year’s
PI LAMBDA THETA
Don’t forget that initiation is Sunday, March 9th at 2:00pm
in the City Campus Union. Room will be posted.
Meeting Thursday, March 6, 5:30pm, 13th & R (next to
Meeting tonight 8pm in the Union. Also 9pm CRIB event.
Attention all members! The next meeting will be Thurs.
March 6th, 5:30pm, at the N-ZONE. We will be taking
nominations for SF elections. Elections will be held March
• 20th, Hope to see everyone there!_
Congratulations to Viet Hoang on being selected to The
Your Acacia Brothers
Stariway to Heaven
Friday, March 7
Buses will run from your house starting at 9:30.
It will leave your head in the clouds....
A huge congratulations to Tami Feit on being selected as
a member of Innocents Society. We’re so proud of you!
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Steph Artz for being one of three cho
sen in the country to train at West Point Academy. Way to
Love, your DG sisters
Congratulations to Sara Mulhair! She is the new AGS
sweetheart....What lucky guys!
Love, your DG sisters
Congratulations to Erik\Hoegemeyer, Jesse Sitz, Ryan
Koch, J.P. Rhea, Travis Edeal, and Jon Sturgin for being
initiated into Alpha Zeta Ag Honorary Fraternity.
From Your Brothers.
Congratulations to Chad Milsap on your acceptance into
Optometry school. Way to go!!
The brothers of Phi Psi
Congratulations to all the girls who made their Dean’s List
Love, your sisters
Congratulations to Kara Marshall for being accepted into
innocents society and for getting Asst. Overall Rush chair.
We’re so proud of you!
To the “sweetest” composite stealers on campus: We all
can’t wait to do Melodrama 1997 with you! Keep an eye
on your composite!
The Men of Acacia
3rd Annuai^^^hetti Feed
Sunday, March 9, 1997
Tickets $3.50 in advance — sold at Union. $4.00 at the
door. Proceeds go to Arrowmont and Lincoln Literacy
Your the Best! Thanks for a great week!
Congratulations to our newly elected Pledge Educators:
Tom Fritz and Jeff Faaborg
Phi Alpha, Your Brothers
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Thanks for coming over lastFriday afternoon. We hope
you enjoyed our fabulous burgers. We will have to do it
The Men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
We’ll share our beef with you anytime! Thanks for the
Thank you for our beautiful composite. You took our breath
Love, Gamma Phi
Wanted to let you know that we can’t wait to get down in
the sand with you.
Love, Gamma Phi
Congratulations to Katie Kenagy on being selected into
Innocents Society. We are so proud of you.
Love your Sisters
Congratulations to Katie Kenagy on her engagment to
Ryan Homer (FH). Best Wishes!
_Love your Sisters
Positions open for the following Subcommittees of ASUN:
Campus Saftey, International Students, Racial Affairs, Stu
dents with Disabilities, Sexual Orientation, and Women’s
Issues. Application available atASUN office, 115 Nebraska
Union. Deadline March 7._
LOST March 4:gold watch, rectangular face, bracelet-like,
lost somewhere between campus rec-Bruegger’s
Hamilton. 477-1891, leave message.
LOST: Small, red bag with Yellow initials, -ALR”, RE
Male tutor for 10 year old boy. Needs help with phonics,
reading and spelling. After 4pm except Wednesdays. 466
FAST FUNDRAISER-RAISE *500 IN 5 DAYS-GREEKS,
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300s Jobs -
Flexible schedule, 25 Scholarships awarded, filling 28
positions by 3/21/97. 477-8663.
’No flipping burgers
’Great hours 5-9 M-F
9-noon on Saturday
‘$6 per hour
’Call 477-0303 for more information ask for Eric
’Other positions available
Part-time position in our Special Operations Division to
coordinate insurance appointment process. Duties in
clude: Process agent verrfcation requests; correspond with
agents via phone; verify information; data entry; update
weekly production reports. Position requirements: Previ
ous office experience; 20 hours/week; keyboarding skills;
word processing and spreadsheet software knowledge;
experience handling customer requests via phone.
Apply in person 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. M-F through March 7 to:
WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE
1526 K St.
Bryan Memorial Hospital Is currently accepting appli
cations for the following opportunity:
Individual needed to operate computers and all other
peripheral devices, IAW dept policies and procedures,
acts as resource person to users and processes reports.
Requires the ability to lift 25-30 pound boxes. Prefer ex
perience with VAX/VMS systems. 10-key experience re
quired. Must be willing to work extra hours and holidays if
FT - 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (M-F) Temporary Postion.
PT -11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. (Sat/Sun.) Please submit re
sume/application or call:
BRYAN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln. NE 68506
JOB LINE: 483-3696
CAMP COUNSELORS wanted for private Michigan boys/
girls summer camps. Teach: swimming, canoeing, sail
ing, waterskiing, gymnastics, riflery, archery, tennis, golf,
sports, computers, camping, crafts, dramatics, OR riding.
Also kitchen, office, maintainance. Salary $1300 plus.
Phone: 847-446-2444. _
LARGEST NEW ENGLAND LAKE SEEK SKILLED
WINAUKEE (BOYS) 800-487-9157
ROBINDEL (GIRLS) 800-325-3396
Straight track drivers and pick-up track drivers. Full or part
time. CDL not required. Apply Lincoln Lumber Co., 932
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