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500 Summer Jobs/50 Camps/You Choose!!! New
York, Pennsylvania, New England. Instructors Needed:
Tennis, Basketball, Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse,
Volleyball, Gymnastics, Lifeguards, WSI, Water Skiing,
Sailing, Wind surfing, Aerobics, Archery, Mountain Bik
ing, Rock climbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accompanist,
Drama, Ceramics, Woodworking, Photography, Nature,
Nurses, Chefs. Arlene Streisand: 1 -800-443-6428;
Camp Birchwood for gins, one of Minnesota's finest
summer camps, seeks college students to be counse
lors and instructors for horseback riding (english &
western), sailing / windsurfing, tennis, waterfront activi
ties, sports and cabin counselors. Working with kids in
a camp setting a chance to be part of something signif
icant. Employment begins June t-August 20. For an
application or to schedule an interview call
1-800-451-5270 or check us out online at:
COLORADO SUMMER JOBS: RAFTING! RAPPEL
LING! In the Rockies near Vail. ANDERSON CAMPS
seeks caring, enthusiastic, dedicated patient individuals
who enjoy working with children in an outdoor setting.
Counselors, Cooks, Wranglers, Maintenance and
Nurses. Internships Available! Interviews on January
26th. Stop by Student Employment & Internship Center
to get an application and sign up for an interview.
Questions? Call us at (970) 524-77fe.
LOOKING FOR A NEW CHALLENGE that involves chil
dren from low-income families, scenic New England,
and amazing co-workers? Fax resumes to Horizons for
Youth summer camp at (781) 784-1287 or e-mail
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 Director
and General Counselors. TOP SALARIES AND BENE
FITSIII ON-LINE APPLICATION!! 800-408-1404 or
Wanted: Summer Interns
Army ROTC has an all expense paid summer internship
opportunity. You’ll get paid to experience adventure
and learn leadership skills, plus qualify for a college
scholarship. Call 472-4269 to see if you qualify, email:
email@example.com or visit our website at
$2000.00 monthly income! Vending business for sale,
50 locations. Cost, $4995.00: 1-800-963-6123.
#1 Panama City Vacations! Party beachfront at Board
walk, Summit Condos and Mark II. Free drink parties!
Walk to best bars! Absolute best price! All major credit
cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
#1 Spring Break Vacations! Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas,
and Florida. Best prices guaranteed! Free Parties
and cover charges! Space is limited! Book it now! All
major credit cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
ACT NOW! LAST CHANCE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT
FOR SPRING BREAK! DISCOUNTS FOR 6 OR MORE!
SOUTH PADRE, CANCUN, JAMAICA, BAHAMAS,
ACAPULCO, FLORIDA & MARDI GRAS. REPS.
NEEDED...TRAVEL FREE. 800-838-8203 /
MAZATLAN & CANCUN: Spring Break from $369.00.
Includes 14 free meals and 23 hours of free drinks.
We've been taking students for 32 years. Want to travel
free, ask how! Call toll free, 1-800-395-4896,
Spring Break 2000
AH the information you need.'Panama City, Daytona,
Key West, South Padre.
This scholarship is sponsored by the University Am
bassadors. The application is due on Jan. 28. This
scholarship is open to all students not involved with
the University Ambassadors. Applications are available
at the Office of Admissions and Student Involvement.
SUE TIDBALL AWARD
Nominations sought for UNL students, faculty or
staff who go beyond role or job expectations to
make the campus more humane, just, creative
Call 476-0355 or http://www.unl.edii/tidball/ for
more Information Flyers and Nomination Forms
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14
Business students, do you want to be more involved?
Come check out Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business
Fraternity, Wednesday January 26 at 6pm in the
Union (room win be posted). There will be free poo.
. CASNR Students
We're looking for highly energetic and creative students
to serve on next year’s CASNR Ambassador Team.
Student Ambassadors work in the CASNR Dean’s Of
fice, host Red Letter Day activities, give campus tours,
visit high schools, and assist with other recruitment ac
tivities. Benefits include a $500.00 scholarship per se
mester, a fun environment, and the opportunity to work
with other outstanding CASNR students. Applications
are available in 103 Ag Hall and are due February 17.
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays from 6-7:30p.m. For more information call
Dr. Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and Psychological
Services at 472-7513 or e-mail ldiaz-perdomoOunl.edu.
Cool buttons, tees, stickers, jewelry, and more! Boon
doggles, 120 N. 14th Street (inside the Ozone).
$2 for body composition analysis is a great deal. January
25 from 1:30-3pm in Room 230 of the Campus
Recreation Center. 472-9480.
Fitness and Wellness
January 25-27, 2000
FREE classes, information, and raffle!
Call 472-3467 for details.
The last day to enter Co-rec indoor soccer is Tuesday,
January 25. Don't delay. Enter now at the Office of
Campus Recreation. CaH 472-3467 for more informa
Tuesday, January-25 is the last day to enter Co-rec
volleyball. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. For more information, call 472-3467.
The league of Creative Aritis-Lincoln is now looking for
visual, literary and performing artists for upcoming
shows.438-7838/438-2488 or localincoln@home
On Campus Interview Notice
Tuesday, January 25-Resume Deadline
Many great companies will be interviewing at UNL this
semester. Just a few of the companies whose deadline
is the 25th: Arthur Anderson LLP, Commerce Bank of
Kansas City, Kirkham Michael, Microsoft, and Sprint.
Submit your resume today! Register with Career Ser
vices to participate. Visit 230 Nebraska Union for more
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
If you are one of the more than 30 people who walked
away from the recent (1/16) Free Skate Night at the Ice
Box with a pair of ice skates not your own, PLEASE re
turn them to the Campus Recreation Center ASAP. No
questions asked. Failure to return the skates will jeop
ardize future Free Skate Nights. THANK YOU for your
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Tour of Madonna Rehab, Tuesday, January 25 at 4pm.
For carpool information caH Sara at 436-9348.
Men and women's Rugby Practice
Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30-8 p.m.
For Information: 472-3467
New Players Welcome!
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
The Campus Recreation Center was not open at the
appropriate time on Sunday, January 16 and we have
taken steps to ensure that there will be no repetition of
this problem. We sincerely apologize for any inconven
ience or problems this may have caused. Please accept
Campus Recreation is offering the class on Wednesday
evenings (8 wks) from 7:30-9pm, taught by Leon Cald
well, Master Drummers & Dancers. $20 for students
and members, $30 for nonmembers. Class begins 2/2.
“The mark of the immature man is that he wants to die
nobly for a cause. The mark of the mature man is that
he wants to live humbly for one." -J.D. Salinger.
SWAT, Students Working Actively Together, is. a group
of men and women who contribute to the community
through various volunteer activities. Informational and
organizational PIZZA PARTY, Wednesday, January 26
at 7pm in the City Union. Questions?
X University of Nebrtska-Uncoln
Student Election Group
Join us for an informal organizational meeting, January
27 at 6:30pm, Nebraska Union. Everyone is welcome!
Actuarial Science Club
Meeting January 26 at 6:00 pm in CBA 308. Will be
discussing upcoming interviews. Food and drinks pro
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, January 26, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
All Christian Women invited to the Kappa Phi Club at
Cornerstone (640 N. 16th St), Wednesday, January
26th, 6pm. Join us for fellowship, service, bible study,
and worship. Questions call 475-0278.
Don’t forget Phi Aplha Delta Initiation this Wednesday
at 6:00 in the Union. Members and new initiates only.
Public Relations Club
Join us for our meeting tonight at 5 p.m. in Avery 201
University Ambassadors will be meeting on Tuesday,
January 25 at 6pm in Office of Admissions.
Come and find out what the professionals look for
when hiring. East Campus Union at 7:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, January 26.
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Work Party in Harper Hall. Starts at 8pm. Free pizza!
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Best of luck to our new Spring Pledges:
Congratulations to our newly activated members!
P.S. If you want to learn to bowl, Gene will teach you!
Old McDonald had a farm... e-i-e-i-o and on this farm
he had... No Pig?? Missing something?
There’s something women like ab out a pick-up man.
Thanks Tweeter for the rides.
Congratulations to the following for being accepted into
the Oxford Program for the summer of 2000:
More Than Cleaning Ditches
Looking for a volunteer group that also values serious
socializing? Co-ed service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega
is for you. Informational meetings Wednesday, Jan. 26
at Neihardt, 7:00 pm; Abel, 8:00 pm; HSS, 9:00 pm.
Questions? Call Tim at 438-2212.
A big thanks to all the lovely ladies who helped start
out the semester with a bang!
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Questions about Student Fees??
The Committee for Fees Allocation
Tuesday, January 25-6:00 pm
in the City Union-room to be posted
CFA will hear the budget
presentation for ASUN
and will vote on
Stop by or call the Student Government office
at 472-2581 for more information
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Board of Re
gents-hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Publication Board acts as a publisher for the Board of
Regents and serves as a liaison between the paper and
its university constituencies, paying particular attention
to complaints against the paper.
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union. Deadline
is 4pm, February 1,
Homecoming Steering Committee Chair 2000
Homecoming Royalty Chair 2000
Applications available at '
ASUN office-136 Nebraska Union,
Deadline Friday. February 4.
Student-at-large positions open for the 2000-2001 year
beginning the end of March. Be a part of the board that
appoints students to 32 campus wide committees.
Application available in the ASUN office, 136 Nebraska
Union. Deadline is 4:00 pm. Friday, February 4,
Student Government Election
Student Election Group Form
If you are forming a group and
wish to be included on the ballot
Filing Deadline Noon-Jan. 26
Survey & Referendum Questions
Filing Deadline 4 pm-Jan. 26
Copies of the Election Rules
are available in the ASUN office
136 Nebraska Union
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
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6 Mrs. Archie
11 Loud noise
14 Open courtyards
16 G.l. address
17 Inside man in
22 Minnelli and
24 Cheese lovers
25 Concluding part
26 Bring up again,
as an issue
32 Peanut, to Carter
33 German auto
34 Heavy volumes
35 90° right of north
39 Figures of
41 Betsy Ross,
42 Of very little
45 Australian city
48 Teheran resident
51 “Stop filming!”
54 CPR giver
55 Like a versatile
58 Winning symbol
60 Pyle of Mayberry
61 Harris and
62 Dinner course
63 Ache (for)
1 Hippie homes
2 Porch for
3 Calia lily’s plant
4 Women’s —
5 The blahs
6 Clear the slate
7 Former Venetian
10 Crisis telephone
11 Japanese battle
13 Food tidbit
23 Procreates in a
24 Pasty almond
25 Tells a white lie
26 Bone in a
28 Attila was one _
29 Rock opera by
30 Serious troubles
32 Mob member
34 Fork prong
36 Plant bristle
37 Catch a
40 Puts down
action, as of
43 Limbered (up)
44 Speaks from
47 Human being,
51 Deep sleep
56 Hagen of
57 “The Raven”
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