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Now accepting applications for morning maintenance,
opening prep and lunch help. Flexible hours, vacation,
and meal discounts up to $7/hr to start. Apply in per
What Are You Doing
The Lincoln Literacy Council is looking for two energet
ic and motivated people to join our team as
AmeriCorps VISTA members. Benefits include a month
ly stipend and education award, and the satisfaction of
making a difference! Call 476-7323 for more informa
Why Don’t You Mind
Your Own Business?
...Instead of working for someone else's. A rapidly
growing, highly respected company in the nutri
tional field with expanding operations in the Mid
west is looking for self-motivated, relationally
skilled, out-of-the-box thinking students to own
and lead their own marketing organizations. For as
little as $40 you can begin building an opportunity
with freedom, flexibility, and the potential for in
credible financial reward. If you're ready to start
minding your own business, call 420-7464 today
or stop up and see Ned tomorrow at the AdvoCare
booth at the Job Prom. •
Work With Children
• Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Are you excited about the development of children?
•Would you like to be eligible for a tuition scholarship? i
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may have a
position for you. Call our Interviewing Center Today!
486-6700, Monday-Friday, Sam-5pm. EOE.
YOU WANT CASUAL?
How about blue jeans, tennis shoes and t-shirts?
ExceBent Student Jobsfl
Part time now, full time, temporary during summer
•» Excellent Working Conditions
"* No Weekends or Evenings
-» Work Rain or Shine
*» MisceBaneous Warehouse Duties
We Employ Males and Females
•• $7.00 per Hour
4706S. 1Mt St.
(South of the Penitentiary, East of Square D Com
Needed summer care for boys ages 3 & 10. Tuesdays
and Thursdays. Must have own transportation and ref
Will do daycare evenings, overnight and weekends in
my home. Strong family environment 438-7385, south
A Voice Cries Out!
Accept the challenge! ,Join the NLOM Summer Ministry
Team 2000. Summer camp positions are available for
Carol Joy Holling Camp, Sullivan Hills, Crosswalk and
Day Camp. Positions available include counselors, life
guards, wranglers, health care specialists, mainte
nance, food service workers and many more. For appli
cation information call NLOM toll free at 888-656-6254
or check out our web site at www.nlom.org.
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
Positions available for talented, energetic, and fun lov
ing students as counselors in all team sports includ
ing roller hockey and lacrosse, all individual sports
such as tennis and golf, waterfront and pool activities,
and specialty activities including art, dance, theatre,
gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry and horseback riding.
GREAT SALARIES, room, board, and travel allowance.
June 17-August 16. Enjoy a great summer that prom
ises to be unforgettable. Apply Now! For more informa
WINADU www.winadu.com (Boys): 1 -800-4-winadu
DAN BEE www.danbee.com (Girts): 1-800-392-3752.
Recruiter will be on campus: Wednesday, April 5,10
am to 4 pm. Nebraska Union - Check Daily Room
Board. Look for us at The Job Prom’ Summer Job
Fair - April 5.
„ $11.00/Hour Starting Pay
Full-time summer employment in Lincoln area for moti
vated individuals. Training provided, must be 18, drug
screen required. Will conduct interviews April 15, 2000.
Call 1/800-462-9462 for more information. EOE.
Have A Blast At A
Premier Summer Camp!
Become a camp counselor in gorgeous Northern Min
nesota! Meet the friends of a lifetime, truly connect with
leadersh' ^nf ’i60*0^ **** outdoors' 81x1 O3'0 incredible
Gunflint Wilderness Camp (co-ed) seeks staff to lead
hiking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking,
and/or climbing trips (in BWCAW). Experience required.
Camp Birchwood (all girls) seeks enthusiastic cabin
counselors to also teach either: horseback riding, ten
nis, sports, swimming, windsurfing, waterskiing, sail
ing, photography, arts/crafts, or climbing. Training
Competitive salaries! Internships available. Call
1-800-451-5270 or register online at
www.campbirchwood.com to get an aoolication.
Does Your Summer Job Suck?
If so, call me. I'll take 5 more UNL students to make
$6,000 and earn 3 college credits. 477-7691.
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Lincoln Parks and Recreation is in need of slow pitch
and fast pitch umpires for adult leagues. May 1 thru
mid-August. Earn $15+ per game, 4 games per night.
Call The Athletics Office, 441 -7892 for more informa
Summer childcare for two boys, ages 6 and 10. June 5
through August 18. Monday-Friday 7:15am-4:30pm at
a South Lincoln home. Responsibilities: swimming,
playing, light cooking, and reading. Qualifications: re
sponsible, fun, dependable, childhood education stu
dent preferred. Requirements: must have a car. Salary:
$l8Q/week. Please call 423-3806.
Great staff, great facilities, great experience. N.Y.S.
Co-ed Resident Camp 2 hours from NYC. Athletics,
baseball, basketball, tennis, roller hockey, swimming,
water skiing, boat driver, woodworking, photography,
ceramics, ropes/wall. Kennybrook • 633 Saw Mill River
Road, Ardsley, N.Y. 10502. Fax (914) 693-7678,
1-800-58-Camp2, E-Mail: Kennybrook0AOL.com.
Summer Jobs Available
Warehouse positions open in order filling and shipping.
Starting: When school is out (May 5,2000)
Ending: End of July or until school begins
Hours: Day shifts, four 9 hours days and 4 hour day
Tuesday to Saturday
$500 RETENTION BONUS
($250 on June 15,2000 &
$250 on July 31,2000
Apply to: Ace Hardware Corporation, 1200 West Up
land Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68521. Monday to Friday,
8:00 am. to 4:30 p.m. 402-475-7021, EOE
Lincoln Parks and Recreation Summer Playground/Dav
Camp leader positions ($6+ per hour). June 5-July 28
for Playgrounds, Monday-Friday from
9:l5am-12:15pm. June 5-August 11 for Day Camps,
Monday-Friday, varying hours ranging from 7am-6pm.
Apply at Playground Office, Irving Recreation Center,
2bl0 Van Dorn, 441-7952.
Be at The Job Prom!
Find the perfect part-time, summer job or internship!
Wednesday, April 5,2000
NE Student Union
See you at The Prom!
Be at The Job Prom! «
Find the perfect part-time, summer job or internship!
Wednesday, April 5,2000
NE Student Union
See you at The Prom!
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Burr Hall Bull Fry
Sand Volleyball (Coed) and Basketball Tournaments
Saturday, April 15. Registration: $20. Registration
forms at Burr Hall or Campus Rec. More information:
call Brad or Caleb at 436-0852.
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays from 6-7:30p.m. For more information call
Or. Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and Psychological
Services at 472-7513 or e-mail
Fraternities • Sororities
Clubs • Student Groups
Student organizations earn $1,000-S2,00u with the
easy campusfundraiser.com three hour fundraising
event. No sales required. Fundraising dates are filling
quickly, so call today! Contact campusfundraiser.com,
(888) 823-3238, or visit www.campusfundraiser.com.
HOW MUCH DO YOU CARE?
Applications for Project CARE Educators are due Tues
day by 5pm. Pick one up form the Student Involvement
Offices or Room 12 of the Health Center. Want more in
formation? Contact Project CARE at proj
ectcare0unl.edu or 472-7440.
Creating an Alcohol Responsible Environment
Tuesday, April 4 is the last day to enter the men's,
women's and co-rec 2-person golf scramble. Enter now
at the Office of Campus Recreation. For more informa
tion, call 472-3467.
The last day to enter the men's and women’s edge
4-on-4 flag football tournament is Tuesday, April 4. fil
ter now at the Office of Campus Recreation. For more
information, call 472-3467.
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I get all the answers:
Stop by the City Union Wednesday and Thursday, April
5-6 for a free can of Pepsi One, courtesy of UNL Crew
2000-2001 Positions Open
Have an impact on committees dealing with student re
lated concerns. Applications available at 136 Nebraska
Union for 39 different committee openings for over for
over 240 positions for next year. Deadline for all posi
tions is 4pm, April 17.
Application deadline for Biological Sciences Honorary
has been extended until April 7. Any student with 12+
hours of biology is encouraged to apply. Applications
available at Manter advising center.
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, 135 Nebraska Union.__
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Where will you be this summer?
Join us April 5 for AAFCS! Come hear Fran Fiala, the
owner of Joffee's to speak about clothing, textiles and
design at 6pm in the Home Economics building, room
Psi Chi is holding its annual research night on
Wednesday, April 5 at 5pm in Burnett 107. Professors
and graduate students will be speaking about opportu-"
nities to get involved. Also, for Psi Chi members,
elections will be held immediately following. Hope to
see you there!
The Mother/Daughter Luncheon is coming up fast.
Please RSVP by April 5. Email Britt (email@example.com)
or Bobbi (Lewie68@aol.com) for more important infor
mation. This is a fun event, so I hope to see you there!
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, April 5, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
Shoulder to shoulder we stand together
as brothers in Christ.
Thanks for ManMaker weekend
•The Navigator Men
(Eating Disorders Education & Prevention^
Student Organization Meeting
Tuesday, April 4 at 7pm in the Nebraska Union. New
members welcome! This is an organizational meeting.
Opportunities for involvement will be presented!
Meeting on April 5, 7:30pm, City Union (room posted).
Casual attire. Speaker is Jan Mumm. Everyone is wel
come to attend l
The annual Marketing Club Recognition Reception
will be held Wednesday, April 5 at 6pm in the Un
ion. Business professional dress, please. Refresh
ments will be served. All student welcome.
Elections for next year’s officers! Tonight at 7:30 in the
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Elections Tuesday April 4, 7:30pm, City Union. Busi
ness casual attire.
Regular meeting Thursday. April 6 at 6pm in the Union.
Officer meeting will follow. Executive board meet at
Student Education Association meeting Thursday, April
6 at 6pm in Henziik 107. Join us for a movie.
We have a meeting tonight at 6pm. We will be electing
new member educators. We'll see you there.
Thanks to all of the ladies who made it to Biltmore on
Friday. We had a great time with all of you. Also,
thanks to the pledge class of 2000 for planning a great
party and bringing more than enough ice.
-The men of Be
We’re looking for
a few good women!
Master's Golf Tournament benefiting the Special
Olympics, Saturday, 11am-3pm. $4 in advance or at
the gate. Prizes, food, fun.
Thanks for reminding us of our glory days!
Love, the women of Alpha
Thanks to all who participated in Alphatraz! We're sorry
your swimsuits blew off!
Love, the women of Alpha Phi.
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6 Massey of
15 Ariz. neighbor
17 Peacemaker of
19 First name in
21 Poetic tribute
24 Bird on the
26 Exorcism target
27 Elvis Presley hit
33 Cleveland eager,
35 The Magi, e.g.
36 “Golden Boy”
39 Valerie Harper
40 Spanish artist
41 Search in the
43 Chess pieces
44 “Easy come,
easy go” type
48 Hologram maker
50 Alpine event
52 Arthur or Lillie
54 Droop, as
59 Bank, notably
62 A quarter of four
65 Belittle, slangily
66 Golfs — Cup
67 Low cards
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2 Anon’s partner
4 Political slate
5 Fruity drink
6 Froze, with “up”
7 Narrow passage
9 Family members
11 “Do Geese See
God?” is one
13 Great Stoic
23 Bank statement
25 Make untidy
26 Whipped cream
27 Wheel spokes
28 Florida landmark
31 Where to get
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37 Bottom line
42 Kind of code
46 Scene from
50 Did a
52 Eliot’s “Adam
55 Not occupied
60 Gain’s land
61 Summer hrs. in
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