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We currently have available several exciting job oppor
tunities. See Manager on Duty at one of the following
locations to apply Tor a position at one of the fastest
growing chains in the midwest.
48th & 0
• Meat cutters, full-time day, evening & weekend
shifts. Experience preferred but will train.
, • Produce Clerk, all shifts. Minimum age: 18.
• Bakery Clerk, part-time afternoon and evenings with
some weekend-hours. Minimum age: 16
•Meat Wrapper, full-time days, evenings and weekend
shifts. Experience preferred but will train. Minimum
•Greeter, part-time days, evening and weekend shifts.
Minimum age: 18.
• Night Stocker, full-time, graveyard shift with weekend
hours required. Minimum age: 18
• Deli Clerk, Part-time afternoon, evenings and week
end shifts. Minimum age: 18
•Cashier, part-time afternoons, evenings and weekend
shifts. Minimum age: 18
•Cashier, fullt-time, 2 graveyard shifts per week and
afternoon, evenings and weekends. Minimum age: 19
•Frozen Food Clerk, parttime,afternoon, evenings and
weekends. Minimum age: 18
•Grocery Clerk, part-time afternoons, evenings and
weekends. Minimum age: 16
•Dairy Clerk, Full-time or part-time, all shifts, flexible
scheduling. Minimum age: 18
27th & Cornhusker
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p.m.-6 a.m. Must include weekends andholidays. Min
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•Cashiers; fuft-titW-fSitf^ and week
ends. Minimum age: 19
•Stackers, full-time and part-time graveyard shift.
- •Floral Designer, full-time and part-time days with
> some evenings and weekend hours. Minimum age: 18.
• Floral Clerk. Part-time days, evening and weekends.
Minimum age: 18.
Super Saver is an EOE offering competitive wages, ex
cellent benefits, and a drug free environment
We currently have available several exciting job oppor
tunities. See Manager on Duty at one of tne following
locations to apply for a position on our hometown
17th & Washington
• Cashiers, part-time evenings & weekends. Minimum
• Carry out clerks, part-time evenings & weekends. I
• Night cashier, full-time graveyard shift. Minimum
• Deli clerks, full-time days & weekends. Minimum age
18;(earty mominghours 5am-1pm)
ipise acjjoo, 33rd & HWV 2
• Deli dta^'WMMiila^afiUnq C .
• Deli clerk, part-time & full-time, day and evening
shifts - r
• Cashier, part-time & full-time, graveyard shift., mini
mum age 19.
• Cashier, full-time & part-time, afternoon & evening
• Courtesy clerk, part-time, minimum age 16.
• Dairy Stocker, part^mjjngiage 18.
• Bakery clerk, full-time days evenings and weekends.
Early am hours, minimum age 18.
• Cashiers, part-time, all shifts, minimum age 16.
• Carry out clerks, part-time evenings & weekends.
• Deli clerks, part-time afternoons & evenings, flexible
• Dairy Stocker, part-time days, minimum age 18.
70th & Van Dorn
• Cashiers, part-time all shifts, minimum age 18.
• Deli clerks, full-time & part-time afternoon, evenings
& weekends, minimum age 19.
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• Stockers, full-time graveyard shift, minimum age 18.
27m & Hwy 2
• Delivery driver, 2 days per week, 6am-2pm. Stocking
Russ’s Market is an EOE offering excellent benefits,
competitive wages, and a drug free environment.
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring. Quality minded people for lunch and eve
ning shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal dis
counts. Apply in person.
2 great kids need responsible care giver after school
hbunj dtfc day a week.-Extietlerlt pdy: 421-7670. -
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Ift home child care provider wanted. Part-time for one
infant and one toddler. Must have own transportation.
Call 464-8161 for information.
Need part-time care giver/nanny to come to our home
3 days a week during Fall semester. Monday, Wednes
day, Friday, 7:30am-5pm. 2 children, ages 3 and 6.
Must have transportation. East campus area. Good
pay, Extras! Contact Mary at 466-5712 or 441-3539.
25-30hours/week. Starting at Tl:45am, M-F for
k/student. Responsible, honest, energetic. References
required. Send resume or application 5501 Bison
Drive, Lincoln, NE 68516.
Responsible and flexible indivivual able to transport
and care for 8 year old son after school hours. Ap
proximately 3-4 days a week, dependable car required.
Work study students needed at City/ East campus
libraries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
$5.25-$5.S0/hr. Apply Love Library, Rm. 136.
"Excellent Opportunity for a Marketing Major"
Join MDS Harris as a studem^ntem^our marketing
with a variety of projects. Must be proficient in MS
Word and Excel and expeUep.t communication
skills. QuarkXPress'knowledge* fwefbiTed but not re
quired. To be considered for tfts fofoijnshi^ pleas apply
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Human Resources, J-MI . i
621 Rose St.
Lincoln, NE 68502
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are all part of a multi-billion $$$ industry and you can
join them! Limited area availability! Hign profit return
on investment for information package and samples
A Sister Circle
An informal discussion group of African American
women. Mondays 6-7pm, NE Union Room 340. Ques
Calling All P.E.O.’s
First meeting is September 13, 5-7p.m. Please call
Jennifer (474-6771) or Bobbi (488-6588) to RSVP or for
DISC GO ROUND
WE RAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD's, $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
— WthaodO: 480^041
472-9428 if you have questions or would like more in
If you find all 7 clues and come for
our Thursday meeting,
you could win a prize!
Grand Opening Sales
Starting 20%-50% off. Suzanne's Fashion is at the
comer of 17th and P Street.
Royalty Applications are available at the following loca
tions: ASUN office, Culture Center, Office for Student
Involvement (city & east campus), Greek Affairs,
Multi-Cultural Affairs, Campus Recreation, -RHA office,
University Program Council, Alumni Association, and
at the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs office. The
application must be returned by noon on Wednesday,
Sept ember 9 to the ASUN office at 115 Nebraska Union.
Intramural Rag Football
The last day to enter Co-Rec Flag Football is Tuesday,
September 1. Don’t delay. Enter now at the Office of
Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more informa
Tuesday, September 1 is the last day to enter the
Men's Women’s and Co-Rec Mud Volleyball Tourna
ment. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Intramural Slow Pitch Softball
The last day to enter Men’s and Women’s Slow Pitch
Softball is Tuesday, September 1. Don’t delay. Enter
your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation.
Call 472-3467 for more information.
Intramural Tennis Doubles
Tuesday, September 1 is the last day to enter Men’s
Women’s and Co-Rec Tennis Doubles. Enter your
team now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472t3467 for more information.
Intramural Tennis Singles
The last day to enter Women’s and Men’s Tennis Singles
is Tuesday, September 1. Don’t delay. Enter now
at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for
NEBRASKA WATER POLO
Nebraska Water Polo Club is looking for new members.
Practices are Wednesday from 4 to 5:45 pm and Friday
from 6 to 8 pm. Questions please call Tim at 436-7912
nr Kouin n'Noil at 4fi4-3655
A safe, supportive, and confidential environment for
survivors of all forms of sexual assault. Call the Women's
Center at 472-2597 for more information.
The Pre-Vet Club wilt hold its Welcome Back Picnic on
Tuesday, September 1st at 5:00 PM. Look for the picnic
in the area northwest of the VBS building on East
Alpha Phi Omega
Informational meetings. Monday in Nelhardt 5:30pm.
Tuesday in Abel 7pm. Wednesday at 4:30pm in Harper,
Schram, Smith, and Thursday on East campus union at
Biology Chib Meeting
Tuesday, September 1 at 7:00 p.m. in Manter 118.
Everyone is welcome.
Community service meeting, Tuesday 7:30pm, Union.
Room to be posted.
Delta Sigma Pi
Are you a business student who is looking to get more
involved? Well, we are looking for you. Come to one of
our meet the chapter nights Monday August 31 and
September 14 at 7pm in the Nebraska Union, profes
sional dress. We'll have an informational meeting, re
freshments, and a chance to meet people with similar
interests. Don't miss out!
Habitat for Humanity
First meeting Sept-1, Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Union.
Room will be posted. We will make plans for the
housebuild and Shantytown. AM are welcome!
Informational meeting, Wednesday, Sept.
2 at 4:45
p.m. Rec Center TV lounge. New skaters welcome.
Questions?? Contact Tony 436-7955.
Pi Sigma Alpha
Announces its first-meeting of the semester Tuesday
September 1 st at 6:30 in 516 OLDH. See you there!
Teachers College Student Alumni ambassadors wel
come back. Are first meeting will be Wednesday Sap
tember 2nd in Hall at 4:30 in room 262.__
First meeting Tuesday, September t, 6p.m. Meet at
the office of admissions.
University Health Center
Student Advisory Board
first meeting Tuesday, September 1, in the basement
of the Health Center at 4:30pm.a,
UNL Basebait Club
WiK be meeting on Tuesday, September 1. 7:30 p.m. in
the Rec Center TV lounge.
UNL Equestrian Teams
Do you love horses? Informational meeting Wednesday
September 2nd 7:00p.m. East Campus Union. No
experience necessary, just bring your desire to learn,
compete and have fun with other horse enthusiasts,
call 465-8950 _
Get informed and- involved this election year. First
meeting of the year, this Tuesday, September 1, 7 p.m.
in the Nebraska Union. Room posted. Guest speaker:
t.b.a. Everyone welcome.
Welcome to our new members:
Victor Martinez, Travis Siffring, Thurston McMillen,
Paul Dye, Andy Devault, Matt Rezac, Brady Clayton,
Jaron Littich, Ritchi Ruliffson, Richard Vahle, Brian
.Kounevsky, Fred Sacco, David Lae, Tim Butler, Keith
Wirrtz, Scott Tompkins, Barry Baker, Dave Burns, Brian
'Turek, J6sh Harmoney, Tony Dolezal, Dillon Brady,
JajyftUui i igue8, wBke Maciolek.
Congratulations to the new Delta Tau Delta pledge
class: Nick Reynolds, Brian Gerioff, Brice Thacker,
Brian Robeson, Jason Kraus, Jake FagbtrScbtt
Spoeneman, Bart Schananman, Pat HastmejoBatt
Maloley, Kurt VanSlyke, Brad Carpenter, Justin
Mohlman, Rich Kluver, Brian Jellnek, Jared Mackrill,
DanTaylor, Charles Green Jr., Jason Strong, Chuck
Valish, Brad Evans, Beau Studley, Jeff Peters, Josh
Saywer, Andy Williams, Joe Corbitt, Jimmy Ortiz, Derek
Maursted, Ryan Lewis, Hector Ortiz, Ryan Berstler,
Zack Osgood, Chris Ross, Aaron Diskin.
-The Purple Reign continues.
We had a splash at the water fight Wednesday night.
Next time we will let you win .
Love the ladies of Alpha Chi Omega
Congratulations to Joe Dierks and Andy Graham on a
great rush class. You found some kickin guys!
There are many committee openings for student repre
sentatives. Check the ASUN office for current open
positions. Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Deadline Selpt. 11th.
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Amazing Mmwoiic DreaK-tnrougn.
I lost 40 pounds in 2 months. Free sample. Call
Amy S. and Libby S. Here’s to a successful semester
From, Dad and Kay
Dedicated band looking for someone to create new
music. Have bass, vocals, and drums, want guitarist.
474-1383 Scott or 475-7399 Tracy.
I Guess what you’ll find between classes?!
Account Executive applications in
advertising are being accepted.
34 Nebr. Union. 472*2389*
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