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500 Help Wanted
At the South Center Jazzercise you can
babysit one hour and earn free jazzercise,
up to 4 classes. Call Susan at 421 -1487.
Part-time clerical position for busy law firm.
Flexible hours, sent resume to Office Manager
PO Box 30886, Lincoln, Ne 68503.
Personnel needed. Full and part time positions
available. Must have good driving record and
neat personal appearance. Call 432-5602 to ap
Personnel, full-time and part-time for school
year. Driver’s license required. Call 423-3477,
LITTLE KING 10TH &
Part-time days, evenings and weekends help
needed. Must be dependable, please apply per
sonally after l:30 pm at 10th & South location.
Mad Scientists Wanted
Are you an energetic non-boring individual with
an enthusiasm for teaching? Does the thought of
teaching and learning interactive science and
getting paid for it sound thrilling beyond words?
Mad Science is looking for individuate with:
♦ reliable transportation
♦ available hours on weekend days or between
3 and 5 weekdays
♦ experience with children in organized setting
♦ interest in science
To make $20-25 for an hour long class, call
MAH. PLUS - Part-time Retail Clerk
Work for great owners of a small business that
love college students who can think and talk at
the same time. Help people figure out the best
way to ship something from here to there. Learn
how to deal with people in a job that doesn’t in
volve food, kids, or telemarketing. Hours:
1-6pm. Monday-Friday and 9am-3pm alternate
Saturdays. Call Susan at 434-5317 to schedule
No Nights No Weekends!
Flexible hours allow you to work around your
class schedule. Work as few as 18 flexible, fun
hours per week, between 8-5, Monday-Friday.
•We’re only a few blocks from UNL campus!
•Casual attire-no fast food uniforms!
•Best student job in Lincoln!
Receive incoming calls and call prospective cus
tomers from established leads. Continue ongo
ing customer relations through reorders and fol
low-up. Requirements: High School diploma,
strong verbal/written communication skills and
attention to detail.
Apply at 1550 N. 20th Circle (20th A Rotdredge)
or send resume to Senior Technoldgies, Inc.,
HR/Tabs Sales PT, PO. Box 80238, Lincoln, NE
68501 or email kwhiteOseniortech.com.
EOE/AAP. Visit us on our website at
500 Help Wanted
Need now LPS middle school coaches for vol
leyball and flag football. Hours 3 to 5 M-F and
Saturday 7:30 to noon. Potential coaches
needed for basketball, wrestling and track. Call
436-1603 or 436-1811.
Immediate opening. Facilitate program which
stimulates girls' interests in science, math and
technology. 2-3 late afternoons/week. Resume
and YWCA application accepted until Septem
ber 15. Apply at the YWCA of Lincoln. 1432 N
Part-time route driver wanted. 1:30 to 7:30pm
$6.50 to start, raise after 90 days. 475-3800
333Speedway Circle, Suite 4.
Part-time sales/delivery person wanted. We will
work with your schedule Apply in person at
Contemporary Woods Furniture, 1621 M Street,
Pawn broker/Management trainee needed. Full
and part time positions. Call 476-1122 for de
PERFECT HOURS TO FIT YOUR BUSY
We have the perfect schedules to fit those busy
school schedules that you have. We have
openings in our busy Warehouse for second
shift Order Selectors. The starting wage for
these positions is $8.25 an hour with 20-30 hour
work week available. Our jobs do require that
you must be able to:
□ PASS A COMPANY DRUG SCREEN AND
□ MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT 100LBS
□ BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE
If you meet these requirements please come in
and apply today with us.
PEGLER-SYSCO FOOD SERVICE COMPANY
1700 Center Park Road
Lincoln, Ne 68512
Running out of money and
school just started?
Here's a job with cash in hand daily and flexible
hours. Must be at least 21 and must be able to
pass a drug test. Can 1-888-664-4926 for more
Pert Time Cashiers. Scheels All Sports has Part
Time Cashier positions available for our new
store in Lincoln, NE. We are looking for people
who want to work in a dynamic fast-paced envi
ronment centered solely on sporting goods. If
you possess a friendly, outgoing personality,
have excellent customer service skills, a great
attitude, and a good work ethic, we want to talk
to you about an excellent employment opportu
nity. Our part time positions are generally eve
nings and weekends. Starting pay $6.00-$8.00
per nour based on experience.
If you would like to pursue an employment op
portunity with our company please call Travis
Duree at (402) 420 9000 or stop by our store at
2960 Pine Lake Road Ste. 8, Lincoln,NE 68512
to pick up an application.
Need a job with more hours but one that still allows you to attend
classes? We’re growing and we need hard working, capable
workers to be apart of our team!
What you get if you work for us!
• A work schedule with hours that appeal to students between 12:30p.m.
and 9:00p.m., Sunday through Thursday.
• A chance to work close to full time hours during the summer.
• A location that’s close to campus.
• A very competitive starting wage.
• A work environment where the owners care about their associates.
• Fun co-workers.
What we need from you!
• Prior warehouse experience is preferred but not required.
• Able to lift up to 801bs.
• Enjoys working at a face pace.
• Able to read and understand the English language.
Who we are!
• Complete food distributor.
• Customer service oriented.
• A distributor of every kind of product used by restaurants to customers
throughout the Midwest. National chain restaurants, other restaurants in
Nebraska, schools, hospitals, and deli’s are among our customers.
Please call if you are interested in applying in person at:
, , 2005 M St. Lincoln, NE 402-477-3757
Lincoln Poultry EOE
Human Resources Pre-employment drug and physical screen required.
McDonald’s @ 27th and Vine is
looking for you.
• Super Flexibility
-Work as much or as little as you want
•Full or Part time Shifts
•Great Advancement opportunities
Apply in person at the McDonalds at
48th & R St or at 11 th & Cornhusker
or you may contact:
Kelly 476-2538 Ray 464-2290
500 Help Wanted
Perkins is now seeking part-time lunch and
weekend server help and cooks for all shifts.
Apply in person at2900 NW 12th St., by th e air
Say NO to Weekends!
And YES to employment with the State Troopers
Association of Nebraska! S.T.A.N has immedi
ate openings for motivated daytimearfcievening
sales associates. Monday-Friday, 14-2fc hours
per week, competitive wages. You make the call!
Contact Dawn at 489-5779.
2 part-time positions, 40 hours in a two week
pay period. Alternating evenings and Saturdays,
4pm-10pm. Heavy phone and computer use.
Responsible for coordination information to
“at-home" transcriptionists. Some filing re
quired. Applicant must have excellent communi
cation skills, great attention to detail and ability
to work independently.
Hiring On-Campus Reps
SELL TRIPS, EARN CASH, GO FREE!!!
Student Travel Services
America’s #1 Student Tour Operator
Jamaica, Mexico, Bahamas, Europe, Florida
Student Assistant in Internet
Looking for an undergraduate student with skills
and interest in helping build Internet applica
tions in support of teaching and outreach activi
ties of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural
Resources. HTML and graphics skills preferred.
Preference given to qualified students enrolled
in the College of Agriculture and Natural Re
sources or Family and Consumer Sciences.
Contact Ron Roeber at 472-5571 or send email
STUDENT COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
Looking for a graduate student with skills and
interest in writing internet application software.
Preference given to students demonstrating pro
ficiently in C, C++, Perl, Python and /or Java.
Will work under direction of experienced soft
ware developers on Internet based applications
in support of education and outreach efforts of
the lANR. Successful candidate rriay be able to
earn a graduate assistantship after • period of
successful and productive employment. Contact
Ron Roeber at 472-5571 or email to
We are looking for a talented student writer for
our IANR News Team, based on East Campus.
Student writer will work about 15-20 hours
weekly writing news releases and other informa
tion. Schedule flexible to accommodate classes.
Prefer juniors, seniors or graduate students in
news-editorial or ag journalism. Must be profi
cient in news and feature writing. Interest in or
knowledge of agriculture and natural resources
desirable but not required. Send resume, refer
ences and writing examples to Dan Moser or
Vicki Miller, CIT News and Publishing, 203 ACB,
East Campus or send information to
Study While You Work
Security officers are needed. Full-time shift
available, Monday through Friday 10pm-6am,
second shift, Saturday 2:30pm-l0:30pm. Must
be 21. Call 438-0586 or 473-4631.
Student needed to assist with inventory of
books, pull orders for shipping, maintain and re
stock shelves and miscellaneous duties. Must
be reliable and accurate. $6/hr 10 to 15 hours
per week Monday-Fnday flexible schedule. Con
tact Larry at 472-1938 to apply.
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has full and part-time
positions available now! Call 473-2189 for a cur
rent listing. We offer:
♦ Free meals during shift!
♦ Paid Vacation!
♦ 401 (k) Savings Plans!
♦ Six Paid Holidays!
♦ Four Personal Days!
♦ Four Sick Days!
♦ Low Cost Insurance!
♦ 50% discount in both restaurants!
♦ Discounts on rooms, banquet events,
& in gift shop!
♦Section 125 Flexible Spending Account
♦ Free professional counseling!
♦ Competitive wages!
♦ Professional, yet friendly environment!
Apply In Person at Human Resources,
Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm.
333 S. 13th St., Lincoln, NE
Use 'L' St Entrance
Just a few blocks from
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Edited by Will Shortz
Word with Red
Lorenzo s Oil
33 It s grounded
36 Muse of history
37 Doesn t go in
41 Give the look to
42 To whom a fakir
43 Mom s specialty,
44 Some plastic
49 Part of a price
51 Shows shock
58 Golden Boy
59 Jerusalem s
60 Result of a
62 Go together
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
64 Word to a C.B.
66 It Was a Lover
1 Prop for a
magician s trick
2 Kind of function
3 It s found in a
4 Rare blood
5 One way to buy
6 Pope who
Schism of 1054
7 Regulated item
8 Certain student,
9 Wobbly, say
12 Peak in Catania
13 Put down ones
21 Poles, e.g.
22 Name repeated
in a nursery
25 Attach, as a
26 Adult insect
28 Relaxes, with
29 Asia s_Sea
Puzzle by Joe DiPietro
32 Univ. military
35 Clear the deck?
38 Maintain the
39 Mixed drink
40 Any point on a
45 Hardly stay-at
46 _pro nobis
48 It may be
50 First name in
51 Kind of cheese
52 Leg up
54 Brown &
61 Like some
Answers to any three clues in this puzzle
are available by touch-tone phone:
1-900-420-5656 (95c per minute).
Annual subscriptions are available for the
best of Sunday crosswords from the last 50
500 Help Wanted
Smitty’s Live is now accepting applications for
pm cooks, dishwasher, bartender and servers.
Apply in person 5555 South 48th. 10:00am to
Now hiring full and part-time help. Please apply at
6450 0 Street.
TSI is now hiring for day and evening, full and
• Flexible Schedules
• Minimum of 15 hours/week
• $8.25 per hour guaranteed
• Earn up to $1Z per hour
• Weekend hours available
• $200 hiring bonus
Call 437-8700 for further details or stop by 1610
N Street for an application.
Now accepting applications for servers, line
cooks, buffet attendants and part-time
grounds crew personnel. Competitive
wages. Will work with your schedule. Call
423-2843 for more information.
Vital Services needs dependable, reliable, indi
viduals to work with disabled adults and chil
dren, evenings and/or weekends. Call 465-5664
or 476-0645 ask for Janet.
Wanted. Student sponsor group for promotional
table. Pays school and group. Contact Wendy
I Wanted: 5 part-time employees for all shifts.
Come to Lincoln Espresso, 112 S. 15th.
Wanted: Part-time delivery, furniture and home
accessories, flexible schedule, call Doris at
Position with Innovative
Opportunity to work with an innovative and
forward thinking Internet development com
pany with offices worldwide. Individual will
concept, design, and build Web sites.
Bachelors or Associates degree in Graphic
Design or related area desired. Must have
excellent skills in Photoshop 5.5 or higher
and be familiar with basic html or profes
sional html applications.
Send resume, including URL's of your
work, to Creative Department, c/o ispi,
237 South 70th Street, Suite 220, Lincoln,
We’re New In Town and
We Need Your Help!!!
Ampco System Parking, a national leader inn the
parking industry^ is expanding in the great city
of Lincoln. So plat we may offer our customers
the best parking experience available at our new
facilities we are looking for the best people
available to join our company. We have immedi
ate full-time and part-time openings for:
Customer service experience a plus. Competi
tive hourly rate plus paid vacations, stock pur
chase plan and free uniforms. Full-time also re
ceives hospitalization. Drug screen and back
ground check required. Apply Monday thru Fri
day from 10 am to 4 pm at 317 South 12th
Street, Suite 101.
Kennel Workers: Parttime to full time hours.
Some weekends and holidays required. Apply
within. No phone calls. 2030 Sialtillo Road.
Child Development Center
is looking for mature responsible full-time and
part-time teachers. Apply within 3301 Orwell.
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children? •
•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,
510 Child Care Needed
Part-time Nanny position. Flexible hours. Re
sponsibilities include care for 10-month old
child and light housework. $7.50 - $9.50/hour.
References required. Call Christi at 420-2837 for
Responsible, fun and loving nanny to take care
of 17 month old in South Lincoln home. 10-25
hours, afternoons preferred. Driver’s license re
quired. Experience preferred. 328-9680.
520 Work Study Jobs
Students needed to assist with research on
cricket behavior and with cricket maintenance.
Must have UNL work study award. Biology
majors preferred. 56 Mantor Hall, 472-6229.
The Department of Economics is seeking a stu
dent with work study voucher to do a variety of
clerical tasks including: use of IBM computer,
operating copy machines, some phones and
some library research. Computer experience is
preferred, $6.50/hour. Apply to Pam Royal
proyal10unl.edu. or Carol Nelson at 340 CBA or
603 Spring Break Trips
Spring Break! Deluxe Hotels, reliable air, free
food, drinks and parties! Cancun, Jamaica, Ba
hamas, Mazatlan & Florida. Travel Free and
Earn Cash! Do it on the Web! Go to Stu
dentCity.com or call 800-293-1443 for informa
Wanted! Spring Breakers! Cancun, Bahamas,
Florida & Jamaica. Call Sunbreak Student Vaca
tions for a free brochure and ask how you can
organize a small group and Eat, Drink, tVavel &
Earn Cash! Call 1-888-777-4642 or e-nrtail
BACKPACKS for ARTISTS
Transport supplies “hands free". Walk, ride or
skate to class. 1-800-508-8717
Coping with Cancer
Thursday’s, beginning September 7 from
6-7:30pm. Nebraska Union Ftoom 338. For more
information call Yasmin at 472-7450.
FIRST ON CAMPUS INTERVIEW DEADLINE
Tuesday, September 12 is the deadline for sub
mitting your resume for Adecco Tech, Allsteel*
Excel, Fisher controls, Hon Co, Hormel, Cooper
Nuclear Station, Pella Corp-Engineering and
Rockwell Collins. For more information about
upcoming Campus Interviews visit
www.unl.edu/careers/. Students registered with
Career Services should submit tneir resume
through Husker Hire Link. To get registered, visit
Career Services. 230 NE Union.
Campus Organizing for Reproductive Rights.
Sunday September 10 at 6:00-8:30 pm. Call
Bobbie at 441-3328 for information and reserva
tions. Sponsored by National Organization for
Women and Planned Parenthood.
Royalty Applications are available at the follow
ing locations: ASUN office, Culture Center, Stu
dent Involvementfcity and east campus), Greek
Affairs, Multi-Cultural Affairs, Campus Recrea
tion, Alumni Assoc., HRFS Dean’s office,
CASNR Dean’s office, Athletic Dept.-Hewitt
Center Adv. Rms. and the Vice Chancellor for
Student Affairs office (106 Canfield Admin.) The
application must be returned by noon on Friday,
September 29 to the ASUN office at 136 NU City
The last day to enter men’s and women’s flag
football is Tuesday, September 12. Enter now at
the Office of Campus Recreation or on the web.
Call 472-8383 or www.unl.edu/crec/im for
The last day to enter the men’s and women's
pre-season flag football tournament is Tuesday,
September 12. Enter now at the Office of Cam
pus Recreation or on the web. Call 472-8383 or
www.unl.edu/crec/im for more information.
Towne Club Rush Begins September 11th
22nd. Call Katrina at 477-2189 for more informa
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 &
City Student Involvement. Due 9/22.
Join us for Prairie Stomp Friday, September 8,
8-12pm at the East Union parking lot. Admis
sion is FREE. Featuring “Blackwater." Put on by
CASNR Advisory Board. Hope to see you there.
Be a part of the exciting sport of wrestling as a
Spirit Leader! The Spirit Leaders promote wres
tling on campus, take part in both home and na
tionwide events and assist the coaching staff in
recruiting. They are recognized nationally for
their service to the spot and are an integral part
of the Nebraska Wrestling program. Applications
for the 2000-2001 season are available at 107F
Bob Devaney Sports Center. Applications will
be accepted until Wednesday, September 13 at
5:00pm and interviews will be held on Septem
ber 14 and 15. Inquiries should be made to Jill
at 325-6972 or Kristin at 483-0571.s
Looking to meet new people and get involved on
campus? Apply to be a University Ambasador.
Applications are out and due on September 15
at 5pm. Available at Office of Admissions and
WANT TO GET INVOLVED?
Apply to be a committee member of the
University Program Council. Applications can be
icked up outside of the UPC office (134 NE
nion) and are due by noon of Friday, Septem
What AgLec Welcome Back Event
When: Friday, September 8, 2000 3-5 PM
Where: At the Mall (greenspace) in front of Ag
Hall on East Campus.
Why: To welcome back AgLec students, staff
and faculty; Free ice cream and soda, volleyball
Application to join the NU Start Advisory Board
are now available in the Division of General
Studies, 33 Canfield Administration Building.
Applications are due by noon Friday, September
Our first meeting will be held on September 10
from 5-7pm. Please email/call for RSVP's and
more information by Thursday September 7.
(ifjorgen©aol.com/489-8040). Ail collegiate
Block & Bridle Meeting
Thursday, September 7 in the East Campus Un
ion. Room to be posted. Executive Officers re
port at 6:30pm. All incoming Freshmen or any
one interested in joining, come at 7pm. Old
members come at 7:30pm. Guest speaker from
Get involved with a community service organiza
tion! Circle K meets tonight at 6:30pm in Union,
check kiosk for room.
State Fair is done, now it’s time to have more
fun! On Thursday, September 7, at 6:30, we will
be having a cookout at the home of the State
4-H Program Leader. Call Crystal at 436-0501
A meeting to discuss efforts to oppose the De
fense of Marriage Amendment (DOMA) will be
held Thursday, 9/7, at 7pm in the City Union.
Society of Human Resource Management meet
ing. Tonight at 5:30pm in the Union
620 Greek Affairs
Thanks for the soph last week. Most houses
would make some overt sexual innuendo con
cerning a swimming pool, but we’re just not go
ing to do that. A special thanks to Andrea, Aflie,
Jackie, Lindsey, and Shelby. Just because.
-The men of SAE
Congratulations to Brent Stanfield on being
elected the chairman of the Fees Allocation
Committee. The most powerful student on cam
pus AND he's a Pike. Coincidence?
630 Student Government
FOR THE FOLLOWING
STUDENT GOVERNMENT POSITIONS
Campus Recreation Advis. Council, Campus
Safety, Chancellor Committee Status of People
of Color, Adv. Council, Campus Wide Informa
tion System, Chancellor’s Comm, on the Status
of Women., Commencement Committee, Com
utationai Serv. & Facilities - graduate rep.,
onors Convocation, Intercollegiate Athletics -
must be Athlete, International Students Adv.
Council, Libraries, Comm., Non-Traditional Stu
dent Adv. Council, NU on Wheels Adv. Bd„
Parking Appeals Committee, Public Relations Li
aison, Publications Board, Racial Affairs Adv.
Council, Senate rep. for Graduate and Div. of
Continuing Studies, Sexual Orientation Adv.
Council, Student Employee Grievance Comm.,
Student Impact Team, Students with Disabilities
Adv. Council, Teaching Council, Technology
Fees & Adv. Bd., UNL Campus Police Commit
tee, Univ. Judicial and Appeals Bd. and Wom
en’s Issues Adv. Council.
Deadline for above positions: Sept 15.
Applications available at the Student Govern
ment office, 136 Nebr. Union.
700 Web Directory
Welcome to the University of Nebraska
Now that you have picked your school, it is probably time to Find 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 & 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 incredible job and opportunity.
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