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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1997)
40 Misc. For Sate
45 Musical Instruments
46 Office Furniture
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods
70 Ticket Exchange
203 Spring Break Trips
205 Career Events
220 Greek Affairs
230 Student Government
240 Personals -
242 Pinning &
245 Lost & Found
270 900 Numbers
300 Help Wanted
310 Chid Care
320 Work Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
460 Summer Housing
470 MoHe Homes/Rent
505 Alterations & Sewing
515 Bicycle Service
528 Ctrid Care
535 Computer Service
545 Gift Ideas
550 Health ARtness
558 Job Placement
560 Lawn care
565 Legal Services
573 Music Exchange
580 Printing & Copying
595 Typing & Resumes
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Cannondale M600 XT components with a Sugino crank,
steel bottom bracket 436-7037.
Giant Sedona, three yrs. old, original components, $300.
Call Nikki at 476-3309.
New and used bicycles for sale. Life time tune-ups on
new bikes purchased. Closest bike shop to campus.
Blue’s Bike * Fitness Center 427 South 13th or 3321
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Cyber-Net Pentium 166 MhzMMX, 16mb, 1.6gb-hd,
33.6fax, 2mb video. Warranty software retail $2,275 sell
ing $1295. 1-800-862-8410
Pentium Pro. 200 MB/CPU/RAN $925; 2 mb VRAM, video
card $50; upgrade virtually any IBM compat. computer
for prices starting at $410; will attempt to beat any adver
tised price. Cal Aaron O VIP Computers 436-8188.
Couches in Good condition, $40 for both, brown, cat 438
Neutral color couch, excelent condition, call 438-7430.
Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1
JVC detachable lace car CO player. 10 months old, like
new. $290. 436-0066
Pioneer 6-dtec changer with tape deck, $300 obo, Eric
'87 454 Kami, 5,400 mites, teal, windshield, new battery,
water-cooled, 6 speed. $1,990 OBO. 477-8164
1969 Dodge Daytona, Red with Dark Grey interior, 95K,
CD player, Air, Auto, had new head gasket timing belt,
tires, ratSator at 94K. If interested you can contact me
chanic who dktafl of the work, 782-2110/477-8181.
1968 Ford Tempo GLS 5-speed. Good condition. Eco
nomical $1400 OBO. CaM 423-3236
1986 Acuta Integra LS silver, 4 door, 5 speed, air, power
locks and windows, 121,000 miles, $3200. 441-3611.
1966 Ford Tbpaz, great school car, high-miles, Overhafled
recently, A/C, ONE-OWNER, Asking $1000,458-3140/af
CRUISE LINES MRMG—Earn to $2,000+/mo. plus free
world travel (Europe, Caribbean, etc.) No exp. necessary.
Free Room/Board. Ring (919) 916-7767, ext. C318.
Dr. Theresa Amott, Assoc. Prof, of Economics, Bucknefl
U.; author of “Caught in the Crisis: Woman and the
Crisis of the US. Economy”; win be available for infor
mal conversation oh Friday, April 4, Noon to 2 p.m. in the
lounge of St Mark's Episcopal Church, 1309 R St. Brown
Bag lunch optional; coflee available.
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NATIONAL PARKS HIRING —Also Beach Resorts,
Ranches, Rafting Companies. Up to $12/hour. Nationwide
openings. Cal (919) 918-7767, ext R318.
The highly successful Supplemental Instruction Program
is again being expanding. Currently, positions are open
for undergraduate leaders of voluntary discussion groups
in Biology 101, History 100, Political Science 100, Psy
chology 181, Sociology 101, and Geography 155 for the
Fair 1997 semester. Applicants must be undergraduates
who have recently completed one of the above courses
successfully (received and A) and are interestd in assist
ing other students in achieving academic success in the
course. The stipend is $850 for the semester; the time
committment is 10 hours per week. Pick up applications
at the Division of General Studies, 33 Canfield Adminis
tration Building. SI leaders’ positions provide valuable
experience for majors and students interested in careers
in teaching. Application deadline is Thursday, April 10,
#•: Tri Beta
Importantn 7 at 8:30 in Martter Hall.
Carl Little representing ABS. He will be discussing his
business and introducing internship opportunities. Tnurs.
April 3,5:30, CBA 132
Friends of the Deaf Community
Important meeting, officer elections. Thursday, 7pm at
Valentino’s, 33rd and Holdrege.
Gay & Lesbian Awareness
Meeting TONIGHT at 7 p.m.in the Nebraska Union (room
posted). SOMEONE YOU KNOW is a new gay, lesbian,
bi, & transgender student group. We’re planning several
events for this year’s Awareness Week, but need lots of
help. Everyone is welcome, so bring a friend to tonighfs
meeting._^ ■ _
Habitat for Humanity
Meeting 6pm, City Union, TONIGHT!
Carl Utile representing ABS.
TONIGHT, 5:30, CM 132
Alternative Business Systems
Cart Little will be the guest speaker in CBA132. Thurs
day, April 3, 5:30pm. Are you a member in good stand
ing? CaD Jaimie at 436-6129 for the opportunity to gain
some points by selling Marketing Club raffle tickets.
Rock Climbing Club
Meeting, Thursday, April 3, 8:30 p.m., at Outdoor Adven
Important meeting TONIGHT at 5:00 pm at Wick Center. If
you cannot attend the recognition banquet (April 10) let
Society for Human Resource
3 at 5:30pm. 13 and R, next to Intema
Meeting TONIGHT, 8pm, City Union.
A big “Husker” welcome to all the FFA members that
are visiting UNLI
Love, the ladies of Phi Mu
Applications are now available for the 1997-98 Greek
Yearbook Editor, in the GreekAffairs Office, 332 NE Union.
Anyone with Yearbook experience is encouraged to ap
ply! It is a Great way to get involved!
Congratulations to Jeni March, Brenda Passmore and
Andrea Grant on College World Series Ambassadors!
Love, your sisters
Fri endshusD inner
There is nothing more beautiful as true friendship”
Congrats to Cynthe Oliver who has been accepted to
Nursing school. Also congrats to our scholars of the month,
Amy Paschold and Angie Krause. Way to go girts!!
Love, your sisters
Foolin’ the Dog
Smooth Puppy Smooth
Buses leave Phi Psi every 15 minutes!
by Triangle Pledge Class
at NBC Bank, 66th & O
Sat., April 5th & Sat., April 12th
Good luck to the Husker Rugby team at the Western Re
gional Tournament in Houston.
_The Men of Alpha Gamma Rho
Have an impact on committees dealing with student re
lated concerns. Applications available at 115 Nebr. Union
for 34 different committee openings for next year. Dead
line for all positions is 4:00 pm, April 18.__
_Love your favorite Pudette
FOUND: Keys with ivory charm, outside of the Luthem
Center on 4£/97, Claim at the Daily Nebraskan office.
Working original band needs bass player and drummer.
Female musicians encouraged. Contact H 438-4716.
FAST FUNDRAISER-RAISE $500 IN 5 DAYS-GREEKS,
GROUPS, CLUBS, MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS. FAST,
EASY-NO FINANCIAL OBUGAT1ON.(8O0)M2-1982
Audio Visual Video Center is needing part time help to
work 15-20 hours/week; evening, weekends, and holidays.
Must be friendly and enjoy working with the public. Apply
2301 N 33rd St.___
Unit Supply Tech-Temp
Responsible for maintaining an appropriate inventory of
medical, office and nourishment and equipment in as
signed areas. Maintains cleanliness following epidemiol
ogy standards. Ability to organize/prioritize own work to
insure daily workload is completed and ability to lift up to
25 pounds and to push/pull carts weighing up to 300
pounds. Temporary position from 5/1/97 to 9/1/97. FT
Bryan Memorial Hospital, 1600 South 48th, 483-3683.
Busy office needs help answering phones and doing light
office duties. Part time or fuN time. Snitily/CarT Production
Group, 201 N 8th, Suite 322.
CASH PAID NIGHTLY
Domino’s Pizza is now hiring delivery drivers for all shifts.
You basically make your schedule to fit what you need.
Must have your own car and insurance. Good driving
record a must Make $6.00 to $9.0Q/hour and get a pay
check weekly. Apply at any Domino’s Pizza or call 434
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marketing position with Burger
Donila M. Wirth
Mgr. of Marketing & r:
ConMck Enterprises, Inc -
Get the experience that will get you where you want to go.
The Daily Nebraskan Advertising Department is now hiring
Account Executives for Summer & Fall 1997. Bring your resume to
£ Room 29, Nebraska Union, by 5 pm Thursday, April 3.
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