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Harvest help wanted. Closs to Lincoln. 686-364.
OFFICIALS NEEDED: Lincoln Public Schools is
looking for Flag Football and Uollsyball officials
for middle level contests. Saturday morning
games. Plssss cal Amy at 436-1603for more in
formation. GAMES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 6.
Part-time and fuR-time caahiers. cooks «td wait
ers. Good pajr. Apply in person at Papa Johns
Part-time caahiers. days, flexible schedule, ap
ply in parson, VMage Market, 3211 South 13th.
Part-time customer service poetion. Wage nego
tiable. WB work around school schedule! Apply
at Lancaster House Printing and Design at 1620
Part-time maintenance position, mornings. Ca*
mck at 466-2222
Part-time office aasistant, flexible hours.
Part-time package pick-up/customer service
even ingsandweekends. Apply within or call
Part-time saies/dettvery person wanted. We wW
work with your schedule. Apply In person at
Contamporary Woods Furniture. 1621 M Street.
9 Lncoin, _
Part-time teacher's aides 15-20 hours per week.
Excellent wages and student friendly environ
ment. Goodyear Early Leaning Career 6224 Lo
flanAva., 467-8147, _
Join our team of part-time merchandisers and
stock pepai products on Saturdays, Sundays
and most holiday! to gain Soma extra pocket
change. Work 6am-2pm OR 12pm-6pm (may
sonal vehicle and good MVR required.
For consideration, pleaee apply in person,
8am-4:30pm uni* dosing date at
1901 Windhoek Dr.
Closing Date: 9/1/00
PERFECT HOURS TO FIT YOUR BUSY
We have the parted schedules to «those busy
school schedules that you have. We have
openings in our busy Warehouse for second
shift Order Selectors. The starting wage for
tttaaa positions is S8J2S an hour wNh 20-30 hour
work weak available. Our jobs do require that
you must be ah*t to*
a PASS A COMPANY DRUG SCREEN AND
Q MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT 100LBS
O BE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OF AGE
If you moat those requirements pleats coma in
and apply today wNhia.
PEQLER-SYSCO FOOD SERVICE COMPANY
1700 Canter Park Road
Lincoln. Ne 68512
Responsible, dspsndabte driver to pick up kkte
tnr Uli i-VwV ImhH rmrwn Must enjoy
kkte. Ca* 420-5456.___
Soaking upbeat, creative individuals for
part-time layout and vinyl application, weekdays
and Saturdays. Experience helpful, but not nec
essary. Apply in person; 5500 Old Chaney
Spanish major needed to teach ackranosd begin
ning Spanish to elementary students. 2:45 to
3:30 onf day par weak, good pay. Call
50 ptrt*ttTN potfflont iviiiabte in local custom
er service/sates department.
No telemarketing. No experience necessary.
Conditions apply. 477-6663
Earn up to $330*
Your first month by donating
poteptioik, lifcc&uing plasma!
Ip • I
for your 2nd donation
for your 5th donation
for your 10th donation
^11 donations must be
within 60 days!
Applies to New/ 6mo
1442 W Street 475-8645
Must be 18-59 years of age,
provide a valid ID and
roof of local address
& Social Security number.
Fees subject to change
I NEED HELP
Teach elementary students 1 1/2 hours par weak
in an after school program. Salary to bo ar
TECHNICIAN COUNSELOR ASSISTANT(S):
Part-time positions available working with cli
ents m a residential substance abuse program.
High school diploma raquirad; ideal for college
students or recent graduates interested in a
counseling career. Variable hours; all shifts in
cluding evenings, weekends, holidays,
overnights. Must* at least 21 years of age.
Submit letter of application and resume to: Di
rector of Human Resources, c/o CenterPointe,
1000 S. 13lh 8t, Lincoln. N6 66508. AA/EOE.
I Telephone Secretary
Must be mature adult, type 35 wpm, ■
available by 3pm and/or weekends. Flexible ■
hours. 476-2731. _I
TSI la now hiring tor day and evening, M and
•Minimum of 15 hours/week
•$8.25 par hour ouannteed
•Earn up to $12 per hour
•Weekend hours svaiabie
•$200 hiring bonus
Cal 437-8700 for further details or slop by 1610
N Street tor an application.
TELLER position with flexible hours snd Urn# tor
study. Approximately 10 hours/waek between
3:00 and 7-00 pm weakdaya and 9:00 to 200 on
alternating Saturdays. Cal Lynnatts at 435-7844
or complete an applications at Expraaa Money
(southwest comer of 9th and *0*).
Temporary OMco Clark
Part-time, temporary position (Auguat-October)
available immediately for busy mental fealth
practice. Must be able to type, answer phones,
& greet patients. $6/hr.
HRS: 3-6J0pm M-TH 6 6-12 Sat.
For more Into, contact 475-5068
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has fuN and part-time
poaitioneiava/fabjenow! Cal 473-2166 tor a ar
rant listing. We offer.
♦ Free metfe during ahMU
♦ Pad Vacation!
♦ 4011k) Savings Planal
♦ Six P«d Holidays!
♦ Four Fsraonaf Days!
♦ Four Sick Days!
♦ Low Coat Inaurancal
♦ 50% dtacount In both reetaurantsl
♦ Discount! on roonw, banquet events,
Ain gift shop!
♦Section I25^1exible Spending Account
♦ Free professional counseling!
♦ Competitive wages!
♦ Professional, yet friendly environment!
Apply In Person at Human Resources,
Monday-Friday, 8«m - 5pm.
3338.138t8L, Lincoln, NE
Uaa *L' 8L Entrance
Just a few blocks from
Now accepting applications for servers, line
cooks, buffet attendants and part-time
ground* craw personnel. Competitive
wages. Will work with your schedule. Call
42>2843 for more information.
The Oive Garten neetaursnt now hiring servers,
hosts, bussrs, cooks, and dishwashers. Flexible
hours. Pisess apply at 6100-<y9t
Now hiring part time AM/PM servers, cashiers
and hosts. Free meals, good part-time money.
Apply m person, 17ft 6 mT
Vital Services needs dependable, reliable, indi
viduals to work with disabled adults and chil
dren, evenings and/or wsshsncta Cal 465-5664
or 476-0645 ask lor Janet.
Volunteer tutors needed at Cedars Youth Servic
es. Assist with homework end general studies.
Walgreena, 13th 80, now training part-time
photo specialist. Cosmetitions and cashiers.
Apply at atom. EOE.
Williamsburg Village ,
Child Development Center
is looking lor mature responsible full-time and
part-time teachers. Apply within 3301 Orwel.
Work 5 Saturdays
Supervise chldren in recreation activities during
home football games. $6.00/hour Apply at 55
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus
Activities Building or CALL 472-3467.
Work With Children
Oo you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre- school age chldren?
Are you excited about the development of chil
Would you like to be eligible for a tuition schol
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may
have a position for you. Call our Interviewing
Center Today! 486-6700. Monday-Friday,
If you are interested in working for the Daily
Nebraskan there is an ALL NEW HIRE
meeting WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 at
8pm in the DN office. Feel free to come. If
you have examples of your work, please br
After School Child Care
Ml ||JA| I At fCDCUrUt DDPPPDDPn
Two boys, 8 and 10, from 3:30pm to 6:00pm
Monday through Friday, central Lincoln location
doee to City and East Campus. Cal 472-9029.
What You're Worth?
__ V'ACLS RN'»
your lent moth, nonfoot uo: 1
3701 *0” Street, Seite 201-A
i ionnio NE 68510
(402) 435-4977 or 1-800-283-1096
BY VIC LEE
Baby sitter needed in our home Tuesday and
Thursday (m LPSAJNL school calender). SB par
hour, Yankee HB Country Club area 472-1830
Nanny For The Afternoon
Need chid cars In our home tor our 2 girls. Mon
day-Friday, 2:30pm-5:30pm. 21st & C area.
Must have own transportation. Salary negotia
ble. Occasional extra hours required when
avalable. Cal 742-5075.
Biology Teaching Lab
Duties include set-up and break-down of lab
materials, cam of plants and animals, and pari
odic daily checks of lab materials. Should nave
an interest in biology; flexible time schedule;
soma woattand work may ba raouirad. Must ba
Wsrtt-SBidy QuaUsd. ContactDr. 8W Older at
472-6242 or by a-mailrwglidarOunl edu
Students needed to assist with research on
cricket behavior and with cricket maintenance.
Must have UNL work study award. Biology
majors preferred 56 Mentor Hal, 472-6228.
ATTENTION ARTS AND
Applications are now available for positions on
th* Art* and Science* Student Advisory Board.
Applications am due Friday. Saptambar 29, and
can be found in th# ASUN office, Student In
volvement and the Arts and Sciences Advising
ATTENTION BUSINESS STUOENT8
Looking tor a professional, energetic, and re
warding business fraternity to enhance your net
working. build your resume, and make life long
friend*? Look no further than DELTA SIGMA Pi
professional business fratamttyl DELTA SIGMA
Pi is open to freshmen, sophomore, junior, and
senior man and woman in the business cottage
who haw at laaat three semesters of daises re
maining. Them wN be informational meetings on
August 30 and 31 in the Union at 9pm and on
September 0 and 7 in Abel Halt at 9pm. If you
am interested or have any questions contact
Jenmhr Rsddina at 423-3316 or ema«
BACKPACKS for ARTISTS
Transport supplies ’hands fraa*. Walk, rid# or
•kata to class. 1 -800-508-8717
Applications for ths 2000-2001 yearbook staff
are now available. Anyone interested in joining
this closely-knit team should apply by Sept. £
Previous yearbook experience is d askable, but
not required. Applications are available at the
Cornhueker Yearbook office in room 334 of the
A small, comfortable environment with women
who are struggling with sating issue*. Wednes
days 3:30-4-30pm, Nebraska Union 338. Call
Norms. 472-7450 for mom information
Impact the World!
UNL% Cottage Bound is an innovatiw program
that helps grade school children become tomor
row's leaders Join us! Information meeting Sep
tember 6th. 6:00-7:00pm at Student Involve
ment, 200 Nebraska Union. Questions? Email
Adam at adftfaead.com.
The man's, woman's and co-mc cross country
meat will taka piaca on Thursday. August 31 at
Oak Lake Park at 4:15pm. No advance entry It
required. Call 472-8383 or
www.unl.edu/cmo/kn for more information.
- Leadership Opportunities
- Academic Recognition
- Scholarships and awards
- Chapter Activities
Com* learn more about Golden Kay National
Honor society, informational booths will be in
Nebraska Union August 29-31. 10:30am -
Town* Club Rush begins September 11th
22nd. Cal Katrina at 477-2189 tor mom informa
NU Water Polo Club
Practices on Sundays and Thursdays from
7-9pm in Mabel Lee Hal pod. For mom informa
tion cal 488-1456.
Junior, Senior and Graduate Student Leaders:
Apply for Omicron Delta Kappa National Lead
ership Honor Society. Applications and informa
tion available at 106 Administration and East &
Mealing Thurday August 31 at 7pm in the Dental
College on East Campus, Room 15 in the base
First informational meeting for students in free
enterprise Wednesday, August 30th at 5:00pm
in the Student Union. Fms pizza wd be served.
The University Program Council i* holding Mem
bership Recruitment for Committee Members
and is seeking members for att of our nine differ
ant oommittees: Forums, Music. Novelty, Gan
der Issues. Minority Student Programs. East
Campus. Films. Public Relations, and Liaison.
Applications can be picked up outside the UPC
office (134 NE Union). Applications due by noon
of Friday. Saptambar 22.
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BY MICHAEL JANTZE
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UP CWCK6 WITH THeiR V- - i mmM
Removed from the
The 2000-01 University of Nebrasfca-Llncoln
Student Directory will be on Campus mid Octo
bar Your name, campus address/phone, and
home address /phone win automatically appear
in tha directory. If you don't want it to appear in
the directory, you must restrict your directory in
formation before Friday; September 15, MOO.
You can restrict your directory information by
going to tha Records Office 107. Canfield Ad
ministrations Buiding. Please have your student
ID available. If you have previouety requested di
rectory restriction on a Change of Address Form
you do not need to take any furthsr action.
What do you want?
Com# to th# fountain August 31 at 8pm.
Our first meeting will be held at 5pm on
Wednesday, August 30 at Spaghetti Works. Re
member to bring money for tinner.
Attention Christian Women
Kappa Phi Club invitee you to the Rose Tea.
Wednesday August 30 at 5pm in Cornerstone
Church on city campus, 640 N 16th St. Join us
tor worship, service, Btoie study and fellowship.
Questions cal Amanda at 436-MI 5.
Campus Rsd Cross
Wednesday, August 30. 5:30pm, in bassmsnt of
tha University Health Center.
First meeting wHI be on Wednesday. August
30th at S:30pm at BW-3's. Hop# to saa ya'II
Humanities in Medicine Club meeting Thursday
at 6:30 In city Union. Newcomers welcome.
Its not FigM Club, but k is Alpha Phi Omega, a
National Service Organization, coma to an infor
mational matting Wednesday:
7pm 0 Neihaidt
8pm 0 Abel
Come find out what the MSkstlng Club b about
and what wa do. Fra# pizza ana pop. City Un
km, 7 pjn. Wednesday.
Meet new friends while strengthening tha com
munity! J<»n SWAT Team. Tuaaday August 29 at
5pm. 200 Nebraska union. For mors kwormaUon
contact Cheryl at 472-4626.
Mens Volleyball Club
irrfoonaHoal meting Thursday September 71
6:30 p.m. in the campue Rec Center tv. lounge.
Sign up and play voKeybal with the university.
Everyone ie welcome 6:00 pm Thursday August
31 at Peter Pan Park.
MBS will meet today in Avwy at
6pm. New ind old members «e welcome to
coma for tons of graat information and food!
Meeting this Wednesday in the East Campus
Union. Room to be posted. 7:00 Executive.
Officer meeting 6 p.m.. regular meeting, 6:30
p.m., Thursday, Aug. 31 at the Foundation. So
cial activity to mow Contact SheXey with quee
The Publications Board will meet at 3:45 p.m.,
Wednesday, Aug. 30 to discuss Daily Nebras
ksn policies in tna Daily Nobraskan conference
room, 20 Nabriaka Union. Al are wstcoms to at*
Congratulations to all the members of Kappa
Delta who achieved a 4.0 GRA: Angela Ahem.
Breann Bigley, Angie Child, Brooke Claeesen,
Erin Harris, Amy KnoWIton, AHeon Meehek, Pa
cha I ia Moody. 3.5 GPA and above: Kathleen
Anthoter, Jill Diass, Sara Deiashmutt, Janine
Dunbar. Use Frenzen, Rachelte Hood. Nicole
Keasling, Amende Kent, Anne Moeer, Judy
O'Brian, unbar rinmccaSo. Megan Power, Lynn
Predoehl, Rebecca Re wait, Undeay Reaves,
Sera Riet, Stacy Robinson, and Stacy
Congratulations Enhn Bower for bsing accsoted
into nuraing school. Vte an si so proud of youl
Town# Club Rush bsglns S#pt#mb#r 11th
22nd. CM KMrlns at 477-2188 tor mom informa
FOR THE FOLLOW**}
STUOBfT GOVERNMENT POSITIONS
Campus Recreation Advis. Council. Campus
Safety, Chamber Commits* Statu* of People of
Color, Adv. Council. Campus Wids Information
System, ChancaWor’s Comm, on th# Status of
Women., Commencement Committee, Compu
fetinnnl Cnn i A rM-rxrAa * i —- — . .
UkUODal dOfV, Qt ‘ flCrHUvb " dOUfllv t«p,, rrOnOTS
Convocation, Intercollegiate Athletics - must ba
Athlete, International Students Adv. Cound, Li
braries, Comm., Non-Tradibonai Student Adv.
Council, NU on Wheels Adv. Bd.. Parking Ap
peds Committee, Public flaletinns Liaiaon, Pub
lications Boaid. Radai Affairs Adv. Coiaid Sen
ate rep. for Graduate and Div. of Continuing
Studies. Sexual Orientation Adv. Council. Stu
dent Employ** Grievance Comm., Student Im
pact Ttam, Student* with Disabilities Adv.
Council. Teaching Council. Technology Fees A
Adv. Bd.. UNL Campus Pole* Committee, Univ.
Judicial and AppewBd. and Woman's issues
Adv. Cound _
ApplicationsawUlaStoStth* Student Govern
merit office, 136 Netor. Union.
NU Student Government
Wed., August 30-6:30pm
East Campus Union
information And Agenda Avalabte
136 Nebraata Union
Deadline 4 p.m.
Your group can ovn *200 tor dWrtbuttnjour
nawawpar before foa Saptombar 2 or Norembar
4 Footta* gonw. Ybu nuet bo «bto to provWaa
minimum c? 20 paopia tor twro houre bafore the
flama. Contact Banal foe Baby Nabroahaw tor
more information, 472-1788, dahattMunl.adu.
20 Nebraaka Union.
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Welcome to the University of Nebraska
Now that you have picked your school, it is probably time to fmd a job! If you want the following
things from your new employer
> GREAT PAY (GUARANTEED $8.25 PER HOUR)
> HOLIDAYS OFF OR TIME FOR SPRING BREAK (BENEFITS)
> EXERCISE (WE ARE CLOSE TO CAMPUS ft HAVE BIKE RACKS)
> TIME TO ENJOY LIFE OR STUDY (FLEXIBLE HOURS - MINIMUM HOURS 12)
> STRESS FREE ENVIRONMENT (NO TELEMARKETING OR SALES)
> WORK WITH YOUR FRIENDS (REFERRAL BONUSES)
Then it’s time to call Hudson Bay Company to set up an interview. Not only will we meet the
above requirements, but you will also have a job that is very rewarding and
interesting. We call members and potential members for non-profit groups.
The call includes empowering citizens about their rights on environmental
issues, consumer issues, minority issues, and/or women’s issues,
membership development, and fundraising. (No sales or surveys.)
Call us at 476-1010 for an interview to learn more about
this inqpdible job and opportunity.
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1 "Later, dude!" 37 In addition
6 Bowlful for 38 Aware of
Bowser 38 jo pieces
10 Lefts from Louis 40 Shirt Dart
,4irrh6u<**nS 41 Show tear
48 OAmAiimAe W *Vllul »
10 bometimes- rhnnnnH InjarO"
twisted snack chopped liver?
17 Hamper 44
ia Mow-. anAnrv 48 1980s antidrug
19 Troy Aikman’s 48 ®^arxls in a
alma mater 0887
20 Sound of 48 ^*£9® P®1*
21 “Ver*r-ry funny!" 5® Purge
24 Burt’s The 51 Wasn’t on
Killers” co-star commission
25 Female hog 56 Cultural
26 Batting avg., e.g. Revolution chief
29 Father 59 Meter maid of
group, today 60 Spy Aldrich
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63 Notes in a pot,
64 Hop, skip or
66 Little swab
67 They may come
68 Doesn ’t talk
1 Splinter group
2 Goes off
3 The Phantom of
4 Day in
5 Kind of soup
6 Off track
7 Mutual fund fee
• I’m ready —
let’s hear it!*
11 Enemy leader?
12 Actor Lugosi
13 Go sky-high
22 Bell-ringer of
23 That is so-o-o-o
26 Bagel variety
27 1930’s director
28 Aunt Potty's
Puzzte by PNNp Law
30 Bashar Assad’!
31 Shady spot
33 PHsener holder
34 Main line
36 Richie's mothei
40 Emphatic word
41 Mars, for one
43 GaNery event
46 Singer Sumac
> 51 Otd radio quiz
53 SmaN case
54 Ethnic acronym
55 Hindrance for
57 Perched bn
word from a
52 Rustic locale
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