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Counselors: Top Boys Sports
Camp in Maine!
Get in on an exciting, fun summer] Must have good
skills, the ability to instruct coach or assist. Openings
in: M competitive team sports, all water sports. PLUS:
Camping/Hiking, Ropes/Climbing Wall, SCUBA, Ar
chery, Rfflery. Martial Arts. IWs, Secretaries. Top Sal
aries. Awesome Facilities. Rm/Bd/Lndry, Travel. CALL
the (800) NUMBER NOW. (800) 473-8104, or E-MAIL
cobbacniefttaol.com or write: Steve Rubin, CAMP
COBBOSSEE (kah'buh-see), 10 Silvermine Dr., South
Salem, NY 10890.
Trail’s End Camp - Baseball, Basketball. Golf, Volley
ball, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Ropes/Challenge
Course, Hockey, Arts & Crafts (woodworking, ceramics,
photography, fine arts, video/film). Waterfront
(canoe, sailing, kayaking), Pool Instructors, Musical Di
rector and General Counselors. Top Salaries and
WE PROMISE YOU ASUMMER YOU WILL NEVER
TRAIL’S END CAMP
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is looking for energetic, per
sonable people with great customer service skills. Bev
erage cart, wait staff and bartender positions available.
CalT402-944-6004. Ask for Mark.
Summer Camp Counselors
Needed for Premier Camps in
Positions available for talented, energetic, and fun loving
students as counselors in all team sports, all individual
sports such as Tennis and Golf, Waterfront and
Pool activities, and specialty activities including art,
dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry and
radio. GREAT SALARIES, room, board and travel. June
19th-August 18th. Enjoy a greet summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys):
1-800-753-9118. DANBEE (Girls): 1-800-392-3752
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE SUMMERI
6/20-8/19. Outstanding brother/sister sports camps on
largest New England lake (near Boston, NH White
Mountains, Maine coast) seek skilled counselors for
land sports, water sports, and the arts. Room, board,
and most transportation paid. Interviews available Union
Rm 225 (1-5pm) on 2/24 and at 3 in 1 Career Fair
on 2/25- stop by! Call us, or apply at our internet sites:
Boys: www.winaukee.com; 800-791-2018; Girls:
Work With Kids
Lincoln Parks and Recreation summer playground po
sitions ($5.70/h) June 7- July 30, M-F, 9:15am to
12:15pm. Conduct outdoor activities for grade school
children. Appy now at Parks and recreation 2740 A
Street. 441-7952 EOE/AA.
Youth Camp Staff
UNL Office of Campus Recreation
Positions for students (40 hours/week and part-time
positions available) May 31 st - August 6th at $5.50 -
$6.00 per hour. Qualifications: Previous experience re
lated to youth activities and recreation is desirable.
Lifeguards also needed. Applications available at 55
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus Activi
ties Building. Application deadline March I9tn.
#1 Spring Break ‘99 Specials!
Cancun A Jamaica $3M, Bahamas $489,
Panama City $129. Bock Now $ receive
a free “BcrinaBreak Uncensored* videotl
Spring Break ‘99
Last call for Mazatlan and Cancun. Don’t miss out on
this century's final wring break blow out partyl Great
prices that include FREE meals and FREE drinksl Call
FREE for brochures and info. 1-800-395-4896.
Applications are out. Pick one up at Student Involve
ment, NU 200 or EU 300 or at the Culture Center 333
N. 14th Street. Due March 5th.
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Are you interested In helping others get connected?
Then work for Student Involvement next Ysart
Positions available in the following areas:
Minority Student Development/Culture Center
Social Activity Development
Student Organization Services
Women's Center/Gender Equity
Applications are available at 200 Nebraska Union,
300 Nebraska East Union, Culture Center and Wbmen’s
I Application deadline has been
extended to Friday, March 5.
Questions, please call Student Involvement at
Attention CBA Students
Would you like an opportunity to ask questions and
discuss issues concerning CBA with Administration,
Faculty and Students? If so. plan to attend the CBA
•Town Hall* Forum on Tuesday, March 2nd in CBA
143 at 5:30pm.
Non Traditional Students
AS UN needs your input! We need to know your con
cerns to effectively produce change. Please stop by
the ASUN office (115 Nebraska Union) to pick up a
non-traditional student survey, or e-mail us at
I Hastings Entertainment, Inc. is seeking take-charge individuals as Assistant
■B Managers who have excellent leadership skills to become value-added
members of our superb management team! This position provides an
D opportunity to build a rewarding future with a company in the entertainment
P As an Assistant Manager, you will be responsible for supplying our customers
M with entertainment and information through a superior combination of value, B|
P selection, service, convenience and mercbiandising.
Successful candidates will have:
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♦Strong organizational & time management skills
9 Tir ^ *MIISI BE ABLE TQ RELOCATE. (1
w We offer excellent training with competitive compensation and benefits,
I including a 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan, Associate Stock Ownership Plan, Group j
I Health Insurance, merchandise discounts and much more!
| Qualified candidates should submit cover letters stating salary requirements
and resumes to: Hastings Entertainment, Inc., ATTN.: Ryan King, Field
Recruitment Manager, Territory 2400, 3601 Plains Blvd., Amarillo, TX j
9|_Equal Opportunity Employer _ I
Business Dining Etiquette Seminar and Dinner
Thursday March 4,5:30-8:30 pm. Learn the basics of
conducting ajob interview over a meal. Dimer wfl be
served. Make your reservation and pay $15 meal
charge in room 230. Nebraska Union.
Coiim and Citobnti
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SOUL FOOD DINNER
4:45 - 7:00pm
Sollock Dinning Hall
($620 if you Don't haw a Meal Plan)
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Don't miss out..
The 1999 Women's Leadership Conference is fast ap
proaching. This year's conference. Brick by Brick,
Women BuUctng a Community at Empowerment will
be held in the Nebraska Union Audhorfum on Saturday,
February 27th. You can pick up a registration in
advance at Student Involvement and the Women’s
Center or register the day of the event Questions? Call
student Involvement at 472-2454.
Ba ready to build
your community of empowerment!
Food For Thought
UniSiMnn Wor1*^* ^ivirsovs
That Make UeLoee8teep*
Thursday, February 25,11:30am, Brown Bag Lunch.
Noon program. Rev. John Loudon, speaking, East
FREE AGENT or UNDER
Tell them with the ID-Code.
GRANTS for Graduate TA’SM
Teaching and learning Center and Student Involvement
are sponsoring a “Service Grant Information Session,*
March 3rd at City Union and march 4th at East
Campus Union, 12-1:30pm. For more information call
Lauren at 472-2454.
(WETL 8HOW YOU THE $6$0
The Men's and Women's Indoor Track Meet will take
place on Sunday February 28th at the Devaney Sport
Center Track . No advance entry required. Call
Intramural Wrestling Meet
The Men's & Women's Wrestling Meet will take place
on March 1,2, 3, and 4 at the Campus Recreation
Center. No advance entry required, call 472-3467 for
more information. '
Infonnation and appdcatlon
available at the following locations
ASUN-115 City Union
Student Invotvement-CItyand East Union
MuM-Cultural MMre-220 Admin
Vice Chanoelor for Student Affairs-106 Admin
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Psi Chi applications are due by 10:00 am, 3/1/99,1st
floor Burnett bulletin board. No exceptions!
University Program Council presents FAC and co
sponsorship information meeting tonight (Thursday) at
6:30pm in the green room of Student Involvement.
Questions? Cal 472-6146.
Scarlet and Cream Auditions
Auditions for the Scarlet and Cream Singers are being
held in Lincoln on March 13 and April 15. Call backs
are May 2. Check out website for more information
(www.unl.edu/alumni/scarlet.htm) or call Julie
(472-2490) to arrange an audition time. We are also
seeking a technician for the DS-’OO year who is inter
ested in training this spring. Must be a full time NU stu
dent. Technical experience preferred. Call Shelley at
School Choice Debate
Are school vouchers constitutional? Federalist Society
presents Clint Bolick, winner of the Wisconsin School
Vouchers case vs the ACLU. Do school vouchers rep
resent the future of education? Find out today, 4pm,
at the Nebraska Colege of Law. AH are welcome.
I Spring 3 in 1 Career Fair-TOOAYt 1:00 to
•aft Nebraska Union. 3 rooms ft* of employers
featuring Government, Human Services &
Criminal Justice Opportunities! General Business
Opportunities! Summer and Current Temporary
Looking for a summer adventure with all expenses
paid? Apply now for five weeks of challenge and ad
venture. We will even pay you. No obligation. For more
information, call Amry ROTC, 472-4269.
Surrogate Mothers wanted. Fee plus expenses for car
rying a couple's child. Must be 18-35 and previously
had a child. Steven Lite, Attorney (317) 996-2000.
Born Again: Nicodomua and Jesus
Friday, February 26, 11:30am, Brown Bag Lunch,
Noon Program. Rev. Kathryn Campbell and Rev. Tom
Barber, speaking, City Campus Union.
The Commuter and Student Services Center has a list
of tutors for student use. Anyone wishing to be on the
list either to tutor or in need of a tutor, fill out an appli
cation at the ASUN Commuter and Student Services
Center. 116 Nebr. Union.
Representative w» be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OidH. Thursday, Feb. 25,11 -3pm. Cail 472-4190 for
Be a NU representative at the Spring Student Institute
on Service. Spend the weekend volunteering, teaming
and growing. Match 5-7. Sponsored by Student in
volvement Cal Amy or Ann at 472-2454.
Arts and Sciences Advisers
Applications are available for undergraduate students
in A&S for Arts and Sciences Student Advisor positions
at 107 Oldfather. Deadline is Monday, March 1,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday and
every Sunday at 7:00PM in the Union Centennial room.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
Meeting Thursday at 6pm CBA 206. Speaker from
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter will be talking about R
nancial markets. AM majors welcome.
Hey Golden Keyersl We need volunteers for the
SCHOOL IS COOL JAM on April 11th and 12th. Also,
we need people who are interested in participating in a
wives giving a tour
Meeting Thursday, February 25 at 7pm in Barkley
Meeting tonight 5:00 pm at the Wick. Come and see
AkBh show off his boxers.
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10 Tofs walker
14 John van Druten
16 Rarae —
17 Music for
21 Sloppy act
22 Blissful states
28 “NYPD Blue* job
38 Golf grip?
41 Like deer and
46 Titian work
48 Two after aieph
50 All together
52 See 14 Across
57 Fountain order
58 Athenian mall,
you might say
61 Tough guys
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4 Georgia city
5 Lincoln, and
6 It’s Ben-Gurion
8 Goddess bom
9 English draft
10 Mackerel shark
12 Room sign
18 Chess pieces:
26 Stripper Sally
29 Monk’s title
30 Drifting ice
31 Donkey talk
32 Off somewhere
33 Bottom line,
34 Speech problem
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35 Arm of the sea?
37 Bit of hope
38 Return spec.
41 She made a
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43 Missing Earhart
44 Give a hitter
45 Dry lakes
48 Bam dance
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55 CD- —
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