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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1997)
40 Misc. For Sale
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
242 Pinning &
245 Lost & Found
270 900 Numbers
300 Help Wanted
310 Child Care
320 Work Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
460 Summer Housing
470 Mobile Homes/Rent
505 Alterations & Sewing
515 Bicycle Service
528 Child Care
535 Computer Service
545 Gift Ideas
550 Health & Fitness
558 Job Placement
560 Lawn care
565 Legal Services
573 Music Exchange
580 Printing & Copying
595 Typing & Resumes
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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
Titanium ParkPre Pro Elite. XT/LX/Syncros. Many extras.
$1,000 o.b.o. 1-402-785-7000
What a bike shop. Lincoln's finest selection of bicycles,
parts, and accessories. Bike Sale on Now!
Honker Hangar Bike Shop
3855 South St
50-75% off shirts, jackets, jewelry, hats, boots, jeans, belts,
horse tack. 4635 Vine, 464-6622._
5-string hamer baseiburgundy for sale. You make offer.
Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1
Two Reba McEntire tickets tor sale. 438-8039_
1996 Metro, 4-door, 5-speed, air, 18K, $5950.1990 Inte
gra LS, 2-door, 5-speed, air, moon roof, $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, $4350. 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 Intemational
Affairs, 1237 R St
Living Before Deadweek
Will you be there?
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT Earn to S3,000-$6,00(Vmo in
fisheries, parks, resorts. Airfare! Food/Lodging! Get al ttie
options. Cal (919) 918-7767, exL 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 deadline is April 25th
at 4 p.m.
CRUISE UNES 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.
DEAD WEEK POLICY
Bring your questions or complaints to the
Ftoom 115 Nebr. Union
or call 472-2581
National GK Conference
August 7th-10th, Atlanta GA.
$275 plus transportation (costs may be partially sub
sidized by chapter) Call 436-9387 by Sunday April 20th
IF YOU HAVE BEEN INJURED
BY A LEGAL ABORTION CAUL 1-800-822-6783. CON
SENT DOESN’T EXCUSE MALPRACTICE.
Has new posters and music from these bands and thou
sands more! Recycled Sounds, 824 P Street, 476-8240.
We buy CDs everyday
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING —Also Beach Resorts,
Ranches, Ratting Companies. Up to $12/hour. Nationwide
openings. Call (919) 918-7767, ext. R318.
Small town tavern, friendly atmosphere, pool, shuffle
board, pinball, darts, old-style barroom hamburgers, close
to campus, Sunbelly Blvd. & West P. Open 10am, quart
frosty’s, Happy Hour 4-6, 435-9390.
Learn about connection between contraception and abor
tion. Tuesday, April 22, 9 p.m. Newman Center, 320 N.
16th St. Guest Speaker Dr. Paul Hayes.
I &MI&AM&UAW I
■ Sun., April 20, 10-4. Wage Motor Inn, 5200 O I
I St. UncotfL Admission, door prizes. I
Apply now for six weeks of leadership and chal
lenge. Earn $750 plus a $4,000 scholarship op
portunity. Cal Army ROTC 472-4269.
The 1997 Ethnic Minority Research Symposium is a fo
rum for graduate students to present research pertinent
to ethnic and minority issues. The symposium is held on
Thursday, April 24, 1997. All faculty, graduate students,
undergraduates and members of the broader community
are invited to attent. Time: 10:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. in the
Centennial Room of the NEbraska Union. A schedule of
presenters is available at the department of Graduate
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
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.
Representative wM be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OldH, Wednesday, April 21,1-5 p.m. Call 472-4190 for
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
C8A). Call 472-5358 (Inti. Affairs) 472-3758 (Christina
Arts & Sciences
The LAST ASSAB meeting wfl be held on Sunday, April
20 at P.O. PEARS at 6:00pm. Everyone please attend
Check out the International
April 22, at 3:30 in the Union. Informational mooting high
lighling Fulbrights, Rhodes scholars, and many more! Stop
by International Affairs for more information. 1237 R St
And al other pre-health majors.
This Tuesday April 22 at 7:30 p.m. there win be a discus
sion on how to write a successsful personal statement
NU Meds wM be haying their elections immediately fol
lowing the presentation. Al are welcome to attend at the
Wick Alumni Center.
Student Education Association
w* be meetingTuesday, Apri 22nd at 5:30 p.m. in HenzNc
202. The principal at Bebnont Elementary, Barry Fritch,
w* be speaking about year-round school.
The Cornhusker 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
Coming Soon! I
Congratulations to Ericka Biever for being a semi-finalist
for the Junior Leadership Award.
Love, your sisters
Come to the Union to cast your vote for your
Black diairoinl Formal
Saturday, April 19
Congratulations to the following outstanding A-Phis: Terri
Keber - for receiving the Outstanding Junior Leadership
Award, Amy Morris - selected to Union Board, Jill Maske -
Student Government Appointments Board, Kirsten
McGowen - for placing 2nd at Nationals with the UNL Yell
Squad, Tara Adams - Student Foundations Secretary, Jes
sica Flanagan - Student Foundations new member se
lection, Halle Trupp - Student Foundations Pizza Sales
Chair, Cecily SMith - for being accepted to the American
Musical and Dramatical Academy on Broadway!! We are
so proud of all your accomplishments!!
Love Your A-Phi Sisters
Pioneer Golf Course $40/pair
Deadline to register April 18
Call Corinne @ 436-7083
Farmer s Ball
Saturday, April 19th, 8:30pm
Van’s leave every 15 minutes from AGR.
WT Bar Crawl
P.S. SAE doesn’t appreciate seeing Beast Master Jr. in
Thanks, guys, for a fun dinner exchange, we had a great
The women of AOPi
April 18th, 1997
Sunday, April 20,1997
Congratulations to BryanMurray on your recent engage
ment to Stacey Shafenberg. We wish you the best of luck.
Phi Alpha to our Brothers of the Week: Ryan Hahn and
Saturday April 19th, 7 P.M.
4-H Building in the State
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._
Found 4-15: Three rolls of Kodak VPS color film, outside
the west entrance of the Union. Claim at the Daily Ne
FAST FUNDRAISER-RAISE $500 IN 5 DAYS-GREEKS,
GROUPS, CLUBS, MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS. FAST,
EASY-NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATIOIM800)862-1982
2 desk clerk positions. 1st Sat. and Sun. afternoons, 2nd
Sun., Mon., lues., nights. Excellent working conditions,
study opportunities. To inquire call 475-4921 for appoint
Bring in Your Smile!
Russ’s Market is looking for friendly, outgoing cashiers to
work in our stores. We offer flexible hours and competi
tive wages. No experience necessary. Minimum age: 19.
See store director at one of the following locations to ap
ply: 33rd and Highway 2, 66th and O, or 70th and Van
College Pro Painters
I am looking for highly motivated students to be a part of
my painting team this summer. Call Josh 467-2839 or pick
up an application in the SEIC Dept., 345 NE UNION.
University of Nebraska
Computing Services Network
Operate the University’s mainframe computer system/con
soles, mount computer tapes, operate printers and other
off-line equipment. Computer knowledge and good cus
tomer service skills preferred. At a minimum must be able
to work in four-hour time blocks, 16-20 hours per week.
The Data Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. Must be able to work summers and school breaks.
Hours will vary but shifts will be scheduled primarily on
weekends and graves (11:00pm-7:00am). $5.25 hourly.
Apply at 235 Nebr. Hall.
Concrete, roughing, painting and miscellaneous. Top dol
lar paid if you know how to work and you have construc
tion references. Must have own truck! Phoenix Properties
Accurate, dependable Individual desired for file room po
sition. 12:45pm-4:30pm M-F. Apply in person at NE Farm
Bureau, 5225 S. 16th Street.
Film production, talent management, and internships avail
able. Call Creative Artists Management, 800-401-0545.
Full and part-time help needed for Lawn Service. Neat
appearance. $6/hour, Starting immediately. Please call
Full-time Summer Job
Attention: Nursing, Gerontology, and Human Service
Majors. Part time and full time personal caregiver posi
tions available for the elderly, Competitive wages and
excellent benefits. Contact Doreen at Haven Manor, 434
Help Desk Support
UK Computing Services Network
Provide mainframe and microcomputer hardware/software
support — answer questions, assist with training, evalu
ate software. Experience with IBM compatible PC's and
related software required. Experience with Windows 95
and Office 95 preferred. Must be able to work 15-25 hours
per week Monday-Friday between 7:00am-5:00pm dur
ing the school year, plus summer hours. Apply in room
235 Nebraska Hall.
Help wanted for custom harvesting, combine operators,
and truck drivers. Experience preferred, good summer
wages. Call 970-483-7490, evenings.
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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