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Mountain biking does exist in Nebraska. See why at Cycle
Works, from pavement pounders to hard core off road.
Cycle Works has you covered with bikes, parts, and ac
Oopen 7 days 27th & Vine 475-2453
New and used bicycles for sale. Life time tune-ups on
new bikes purchased. Closest bike shop to campus.
Blua’s Bike & Fitness 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 St.
SEIZED CARS from $175. Porsches, CadMacs, Chevys,
BMW’s, Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4WD’s. Your Area. Toff Free
1-800-218-9000 Ext A-1843 for current listings._
5-string harner base/burgundy for sale, 'fou make offer.
Cable descrambler kk, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1
1996 Metro, 4-door, 5-speed, air, 18K, $5950.1990 Inte
gra LS, 2-door, 5-speed, air, moonroof, $5650.1990 Civic
EX, 4-door, auto, air, 51K, $5250.1990 Civic 4-door LX,
auto, air, 78K, $4500.1990 Mazada 626,4-door, 5-speed,
air, $4360. 1990 Sentra 2-door XE, 5-speed, air, $2950.
Baer’s Auto Sales, 1647 South 3rd, 477-6442.
Workshop on Travel Abroad:
Using Internet Resources
Tuesday, April 22nd, at 3:30 p.m. at Wick Alumni Center.
FREE! Call to register 472-5358 or stop by International
Affairs, 1237 R St.
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT Earn to $3,000-$6,000/mo in
fisheries,parks, resorts. Airfare! Food/Lodging! Get aM the
options. Call (919) 918-7767, ext. A318.
The University Health Center Student Advisory Board has
extended the application deadline .by one week as a
means to futher diversify the applicant pool. Anyone in
terested in applying can pick up an application at the
ASUN office in the Union. The new deadRne is April 25th
at 4 p.m.
R. Ray Morrison, M.O., Fellow in Perfiatric Critical Care,
U of VADept Of Pediatrics, will be at the Advising Center,
107 OkJH, Thursday, April 17. There wN be three 20 minute
sessions at 3:30,4:00, and 4:30. Stop by!
UNL will recognize campus involvement and University
leadership on Thursday April 17,1997 at 5:00 in the Wick
Center. All are welcome.
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 Ext.
CRUISE LINES HIRING —Earn to $2,OOOWmo. plus free
world travel (Europe, Caribbean, etc.) No exp. necessary.
Free Room/Board. Ring (919) 918-7767, ext C318.
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, PoSbcal Science 100, Psy
chology 181, Sociology 101, and Geography 155 for the
Fal 1997 semester. Applicants must be undergraduates
who have recently completed one of the above courses
successfully (received an A) and are interested 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 Friday, April 18,1997.
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UNL Honors Program
Sunday, April 20 at 1 pm
in the Union
$250 worth of prizes
•“ ' Biter your team of 3
members by emailing
UPC positions open for application: Vice President (Year
committment) and programming secretary (year
committment). UPC is the organization on campus that
brings programming to campus. For more info call 472
YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY to meet Campus Lead
ers from across the nation, see the beautiful Notre Dame
campus, and bond with UNL SAA/SF members. So why
pass it up? Come to the information session Thursday,
at 5pm, at the SAA suite, on the third floor at the Wick
Canjer. - v _
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! (Most vehicles.) I
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German students wishing to study abroad next year in
BERLIN should come to the informational meeting April
22, at 5:00 pm, at International Affairs (1237 R St. behind
CBA). Call 472-5358 (Inti. Affairs) 472-3758 (Christina
Arts and Sciences
The LAST ASSAB meeting wifl lie held on Sunday, April
20 at RO. PEARS at 6:00pm. Everyone please attend.
Society for Human
Thursday April 17
13 & R (Next to International Affairs)
Meeting TONIGHT at 8pm in NE Union, room to be posted.
The Comhusker Genetic
Informational Meeting: April 21 at 7:00pm. Nebraska
Union. Everyone Welcome!
Our last meeting of the year will be held at BW-3’s on
Monday April 21 at 8:30pm. It is a meeting/social event so
Pioneer Golf Course $4Q/pair
Deadline to register April 18
Call Corinne @ 436-7083
Saturday, April 19th, 8:30pm
Van’s leave every 15 minutes from AGR.
We’re ready! Are you?
Jhank you for the FAC last Friday. We had a great time.
• Women of Theta
ie their wonderful SE
iris Brozovsky, Brooke Fleck,
lam, Anne Olson, Pam Rome,
_Wortman, and Susan Zink. You girls
are great and we wOl miss you! Best sucess in the future
and never give upocvyour dreams!
Love, your sisters
A GREATER WHOLE
Schedule of Activities
Saturday, 4/19 Car Wash; time/place TBA
Sunday, 4/20 Car Wash continued
Monday, 4/14 T.J. Sullivan and Joel Goldman speak on
HIV, 7pm, Lied Center
Tuesday, 4/15 Banner Contest & SPIRIT DAY—WEAR
Wednesday, 4/16 Greek Olympics; time/place TBA
Thursday, 4/17 Greek Week BanqCiet, 6:30pm, Univer
sity Club, Stuart Building
Friday, 4/18 BBQ’s $ Block Party; time/place TBA
Sunday, 4/20 All Greek Volunteer, downtown Lincoln
GET EXCITED FOR
A FUN WEEKll!
University of Nebraska
Earn great money while calling UNL Alumni!
• $5.25/hour (with
incentives, up to
• 5 minutes from
• Casual attire
• Paid Training
• Mostly evening work
• Must be a student
• Phone experience
helpful, but not
• Some weekend hours
Contact Brad Shafer at 472-2151
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