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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1999)
ICE HOCKEY CLUB
Informational meeting Thursday. Oct 14 at 5pm in the
office of Campus Rec. Dues will be collected and
upcoming schedule will be discussed. Current and
new skaters encouraged to attend. Questions? Call
Tony at 438-2056. _
Intramural Racquetball Singles
Tuesday, October 12 is the last day to enter Men's,
Women's and Faculty/Staff Racquetball Singles. Enter
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. For more in
formation. Call 472-3467.
Looking To Get Involved?
Student Foundation provides an excellent opportunity
for students who are looking to get involved, meet
people and have fun. Applications are available at City
and East Student Involvement Offices. Questions? Call
Brian Magnusson. 436-6110 or Tara Pawling,
436-9852. Applications due October 15.
New Student Enrollment
Can you walk backwards? New Student Enrollment is
looking for a qualified group of students to assist the
Freshman class of 2000. Attend an information session
to team more.
Thursday, Oct 14,4pm at City Union
Ttyursdeft Oct. 21,6pm at East Union
Sunday, Oct 24,8pm at Abel BaMroom
Tuesday, Oct 26,6pm at Harper/Schramm/Smith
Applications are available at the Office of Admissions,
Student Involvement (City and East Campus), the Cul
ture Centei Multi-Cultural Affairs and everyResidence
HaHfront desk. Call 472-4646 if you have any questions.
Learn to appreciate and enjoy the way you look.
Register to attend a workshop to help you im
prove how you think and feel about your body.
Tuesday’s 3:00 - 4:30pm. Beginning September
28. Must register, call Sue at CAPS 472-7450
There will be a tour at Oreamcatchers on October 13
at 6:15pm. Meet at 5:40pm by Union fountains for di
rections or a ride. If there are any questions, contact
Sara Mattes at 436-9495.
SNA Community Service Project, Tuesday, October 12
at Tabitha on 48th and Randolph. Meet in the lobby at
6:30pm. Everyone is welcome.
Weekly discussio ary Wednesday at
7pm in Room 234 Nebraska Union. For more information
Study Abroad Spring 2000
Eastern European &
Study in tlfb Czech Republic and Greece from March
to May 2000. In-class instruction comhjned with field
trips to give you a broad view and understanding or
fne history and cultural diversity of the area. $6000 co
vers tuition, air fare, room and board, insurance, many
field trips and side trips to Prague and Munich. Enroll
now. For more information, stop by International Affairs
at 420 University Terrace or call 472-5358.
The University Program Council has immediate
openings for two Executive Positions: East Campus
(Stair and Gender Issues Chair. Apply at the UPC office
134 City Union by 5pm October 157
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. fM out an appli
cation at the ASUN Commuter and Student Services
Canter. 135 Nebraska Union.
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
Oldfather Hall on Wednesday, October 13 from
1:30-5pm. Can 472-4190 for appointment.
Actuarial Science Club
Meeting at today at 5pm in CBA 306. Bring resumes
and dues. Pizza and pop will be provided.
Advertising and PR Clubs
Meet in Avery at 7:30 tonight. Ws will go to Grandpa
John's Pumpkin Patch. F6des available. See you there!
Ag Ed Club Meeting
Tonight 6:30pm, East Campus Union, room posted.
Monthly meeting at 5:30pm, Tuesday. October 12 in
the East Campus Union. Bowling following the meeting.
Meeting on Wednesday afopm in 118 Manter. Speaker
Dr. Pardy. All majors welcome.
Block & Bridle
General meeting on Thursday. October 14 at the East
Campus Union. 7pm for initiates and 7:30pm for re
tuming members. Guest speaker is Susan Link.
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, October 13, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center. Please bring items for Hal
Humanities in Medicine
Meeting Wednesday, October 13 at 5:45pm in City Un
ion. Room will be posted.
Meeting tonight at 7:30 in the Union. Or. Al Stammers,
UNMC Clinical Perfusionist to speak!
NU Pre-Veterinary Club
The NU Pro-Veterinary Club will hold its monthly meeting
on TONIGHT at 7pm in the East Campus Union.
Room to be posted. Freshman and new members
please report at 6:30pm. For more information please
stop by the Pre-Veterinary Advising Center at VBS
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
There will be a social gathering on Tuesday, October
12 at 8:30pm at Ted & Wally’s Ice Cream in the Hay
market. Questions, contact Jaime at 436-9432.
Student Education Association meets Tuesday, October
12 in Henzlik 203 at 6pm. Speaker Gary Osborn.
Soil & Water Resources Club
Meeting tonight at 7pm. in LW. Chase Hall Room 148.
Speaker from Nebraska Wildlife Federation
‘Adopt-a-Stream* program. New members welcome!
Wednesday, October 13 at 3pm
General meeting in Otdfather 707
Find out information on the Nebraska
Undergraduate Sociological Symposium
Business meeting tonight at 6:30pm in CBA 107.
Speaker will be present. Professional attire please.
• Wildlife Club
Learn more about Nebraska's least tern and piping
pflover from speaker Chris Thody, Wednesday, October
13 at 7pm in the East Campus Union.
Congratulations to Jodi Timmons on her Disney Intern
ship. Good things come to those who wait.
love, your sisters
Congratulations to Heather Allred on being accepted
to Teacher’s College. We’re as excited as you are.
love, your sisters
Congratulations to Melissa Burkland on being selected
as a member of Arts and Sciences Advisory Board.
How random is that?
-love, your sisters
Thank you ladies for joining us for pizza after
Kicks~4-Kids. Come back any time
^-The Men of Chi Phi
Hang in there Jenny, we afl hope you feel better soon!
Take care of yourself.
-The Men of Chi Phi
To the foxy fire rockets of AOfl,
Thank you for the phenomenal graffiti frosh and soph
last Thursday evening. You can mark us up anytime.
;-The Men of Sigma Wii Epsilon
Thank you to our Homecoming Triad member houses
for a great week.
-The Men of ATQ
Thanks to all the guys and gals who made the home
coming week a success. Oh, and that lawn display
was pretty good, too!
-The men of Acacia
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Thanks to you ladies that participated in this year's
Kicks-4-Kids. Because of your participation this year’s
philanthropy was the most successful yet! Thanks
again, we hope to see you all again next year!
-The Men of Chi Phi
Congratulations to the ladies of XQ for their awesome
kickball skills. Great job on the championship.
-The Men of Chi Phi
Thanks to our triad partners tor a great homecoming
'The Men of ttKV
Congratulations to Matt Meyer for being selected as
Thanks for all of your hard work during homecoming
week. It was great to hang out with you guys last
-The Women of Chi Omega
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We had an awesome time working with all of you during
homecoming. Thanks for coming over and helping
with the float, and congratulations on winning Husker
Howl! It was a blast of a week.
-The men of Kappa Sigma
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Congratulations to r 4> B *s newest Golden Key mem
bers: Wendy Koch, JiH Dolnicek, Rachel Emerton, The
resa Sissel, Micaela Brandt, Sara Mattes and Natalya
Congratulations to the men of Sigma Phi
being named the 1999 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Thanks for a great time this past week. Our hard work
paid off by winning the best lawn display!
__-The Men of Beta
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A much belated thank you for a great Lulu's Luau. You
bring your surfboards and we’ll take our grass skirts—
let’s do it again!
-Alpha Xi Delta
Congratulations to Joseph Pittack on making the Na
tional Dean’s List for scholastic achievement. Also,
congratulations to John Gaskins on being inducted into
the Golden Key honors society for being in the top
15 percent of the UNL junior class!
Thanks for working with us this past Homecoming
week. We had a great time!
Congratulations to Aaron Lee on being accepted into
Dear Men of Sig Ep,
Thank you for taking down that enormous structure in
your front yard. It was throwing off satellite patterns.
Student Impact Team
Tuesday, October 12
7:00 Selleck Hall
Questions ?? - 472-2581
Found: October 6th. evening, set of keys in Andrews
Hal, 1st floor Claim at the Daily Nebraskan front desk
(basement of the Nebraska Union).
Pair of glasses found in the Union. Call 325-8326.
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Edited by Fran & Lou Sabin
1 Dillon or Damon
5 Short ways
14 Arab prince
15 First name in
17 “And miles —
before I sleep”
18 WW II five-star
23 German wine
24 Soft, white
25 Recorder button
Si UDranan s
36 Theda a.k.a.
39 Sultan’s wives
40 Makes like new
42 Noted financial
43 Chestnut horse
45 Lend a hand
48 PC memory unit
51 English folk
53 Night crawlers,
54 Seeing red
55 “Bus Stop”
56 Nero's “year"
57 Office machine
58 Othello, by birth
59 Getz or Kenton
1 Shea Stadium
2 Run —: act wild
3 Links leading
4 Awards to
5 fax old books
6 Suspension of
8 Paris seasoning
9 One who faces
10 WWII victors
12 Place to bounce
19 Medal of Honor
24 Like the ocean
25 M*A*S*H tag
26 Escape from
27 Whey’s partner
32 Chess piece
38 Henhouse big
41 “Valse —
42 Less truthful
44 Popular board
45 Boric or
47 ERA or RBI,
49 A Turner
50 Eng. prep
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