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See Lincoln's largest selection of bikes, dotting, and ac
cessories for BMX, road, and mountain bMng at Cycle
Works. Be ready for the next sprihg-Hke day! Stop in now!
27th & Vine, open 7 days.
New and used bicycles for sale. Life time tune-ups on
new bikes purchased. Closest bike shop to campus.
Blue’s Bike * Fittses Center 427 South 13th or 3321
What a bike shop. Lincoln's finest selection of bicycles,
parts, and accessories. Bike Sale on Now!
Honker Hangar Bike Shop
3855 South SL
The Jean outlet
We seH used Levi’s, Lee’s and Wranglers. Also leather
and camouflage dotting. 3241 Soutt 13tt 420-6151
Wooden student desks with chair. Pro-assembled. $30
Review software. New $100, set $50.423-3014
Restaurant, bat pool be! in coffege town of Crete for sale.
Owner is retiring and wffl consider land contract plus work
transition period with the buyer. Annual gross receipts
exceed $200,000. Two bedroom apartment provided with
private entry. Al this and more tor$117,500. Wes Pearce
432-7831 or 407-3000
Smal Lincoln sports bar cloee to campus, ca8 432-2588
K2 Fatbob Snowboard, 162cm long, great for big boys
and girts! $300, also have size 13 Anwak bools, Ask for
Mttt 478-1851, 434-8202.
2 Stars playoff tickets for sale, al games, GREAT SEATS, i
Jewel concert ticket Call 436-6358 leave a message.
*96 Kawasaki NkijS, Black, Brand New, 200 mies, Taking
best offer. 483-4452, Ask for Tim. '
1903 Kawasaki EX 500,6K, single-owner, regularly ser- I
viced, mns great, mint condition, 436-6404.
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$$$Alaska Summer Employment$$$
-ishing Industry. Leam how students can earn up to
82,850/mo + benefits (Room & Board). Cal Alaska Infor
natkm Services: 206-971-3514 ExLA57781
Eam to $3,000-$6,000/mo. Fishing Industry. Airfare! Food/
.edging! No experience necessary! Mafe/Female, age
18+ (800)827-2832 Ext A-10600
VLASKA EMPLOYMENT Earn to $3,000-$6,000/mo in
isheries, parks, resorts. Airfare! Food/Lodging! Get all the
>ptk>ns. Cal (919) 918-7767, ext A318.
Apply Now to be a Peer
Vre you interested in helping students and improving your
jommunication and leadership skills? Peer Sexuality
Educators learn to teach two programs: Contraceptive
\itethods& Issues, and STD/HIV: Social and Medical As
pects. PSE's receive a stipend fOr presenting these pro
beers also provide educational events on campus for
Vortd AIDS Day and National Condom Week. For more
nfo. or to apply contact Community Health Education,
Jniversity Health Center, Rm. 12,472-7440. Application
leadline is March 21,1997.
Apply Now to be a Health Aide!
loin in the Health Aide 40th Anniversary Celebration by
ipplying to become a 1997-98 Health Aide. Applicants
nust be full-time students living in a residence has, Greek
louse or cooperative, and must attend class both fall &
ipring semesters. 1o appty or for more information con
act Community Health Education, University Health Cen
17th & 'N'
No Appointments Necessary
Oil Change Servio
with UNL student
(reg.$25.70, Environmental disposal feemcluded.)
• Oil & filter change (up to 5 qts)
• Lubricate zerk fittings
• Check & fill fluids: brake, power
steering, battery, washer, and
automatic transmission fluid only
• Check antifreeze, air filter, wiper
blades, and tire pressure
• Vacuum interior & wash windows
Best Service in Just
Most brands available.
990 Breakfast & Pizza Bagels
A representative from UNL College of Law w* be at MS
Advising, 107 Otdfather, Wad., Mar. 19.1-4, Cal 472-4190
Summer Leadership School
So, You didn't sign up tor ROTC as a freshmen or sopho
more. Catch up at Army ROTC Camp Challenge, A PAID
Six-week summer course with college credit in leader
ship training. Cali 472-2468 for details
Confidential Gay Men’s
Meets every Wed. from 6:00-7:30pm. For information: Dr.
Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and Psychological Services.
CREDIT CARDS. Establish your Credit Record Today!
Unsecured Visa/Mastercard, 95% Apporval, Call for a
FREE Application, 1-888-209-969 TOLL FREE
CRUISE & LAND-TOUR
Discover how to work in exotic locations, meet fun people,
while earning up to $2,000/mo. in these exciting indus
tries. Cruise Information Services: 206-971-3554
CRUISE UNES HIRING—Earn to $2,000+/mo. plus free
world travel (Europe, Caribbean, etc.) No exp. necessary.
Entertainment Industry Hiring
Earn $300CVmo. Working in FHm, TV, Music, or Modeling
industries. Work with favorite celebrities. Local & World
lie i nMmunML ouwn
Tuesday, March 18 is the last day to enter Co-Rec Slow
Pitch Softball. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recre
ation. For more information, call 472-3467.
The last day to enter Men’s, Women’s Soccer is Tuesday,
March 18. Don’t delay) Enter now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more information.
females 5’8 or taller and males
5’10 or taller
Don’t miss your chance to
show off your skills in this
5 on 5 men's basketball
tournament. S30 per
MARCH 19 • 10 PM
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING —Also Beach Resorts,
Ranches, Raffing Companies. Up to $12/hour. Nationwide
openings. Cad (§19) 918-7767, ext R318.
Want to work in America’s National Parks, Forests & Wild
life Preserves with excellent benefits & bonuses? (Sea
sonal/Summer). Learn how from Outdoor Information
Services. Cali: 1-206-971-3624 exLN57786
SPORTS, SOAPS, AND
1-900-656-5800 ext 7337.2.99/min. 18+. SERV-U (619)
Tlie Nebraska Union, East
Union, and Culture Center are
Now Accepting Office Space
Applications for the Academic
Applications are available in Suite 220 City Union (cur
rently located in the ballroom on the second floor) and
the office for Student Involvement in the East Union.
IMPORTANT DATES TO CONSIDER:
April 4 Application deadline for priority consideration (5
April 8 Meeting, Nebraska Union Board, City Union, 6:15
p.m. (Organizations invited to present concerns to the
April 15 Union Board Operations Committee presents its
recommendations to the Board, City Union 5:30 p.m. (Or
ganizations invited to attend)
April 29 Final vote by Union Board concerning space al
locations, City Union, 5:30 p.m.
Applications must be returned to Suite 220 (ballroom),
City Union, by 5 p.m. Friday April 4,1997. Address any
concerns to Frank Kuhn, Assistant Director of Nebraska
Unions, Room 220 Nebraska Union (472-2181). Applica
tions for East Union may be turned in at the Office for
Student Involvement, East Union, by the same deadline,
5 p.m. Friday, April 4,1997.
This is your
info. What do you have to lose?
Congratulations to all new Tri Beta members and to our
new executive board. Pres. - Erin McGrath, V.P. - Jenny
Starr, Sec. - Lynn Welch
What ere Ike limits
to free expression?*
Tues. March 18 3:30-5;00pm
Are there amt limits to our free
expression of attitudes, opinions,
or values - whether in words or in
Does the history of racism in omr
society and on campus affect those
What kinds of words or actions are
intolerable in a free society?
Does the fact of being on a university
campus affect where limits tie?
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