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$9-$12 Per Hour for
Domino's Pizza is now hiring for day and eve
ning shifts for delivery drivers and limited eve
ning inside help. No experience necessary. All
you need to start is a good driving record, relia
ble personal vehicle, liability insurance, and a
good attitude. Apply at any of the Domino’s lo
Do you like diverse tasks? Are you computer lit
erate? Want to work part-time, and maybe even
full-time during the summer? We have the per
fect Office Support Staff position for you. Call
KOLN/KGIN-7V is taking applications for a posi
tion in its newsroom. We are looking for an As
signment Desk Assistant/Videographer and
Tape Editor. This is a part-time position and re
quires weekend work. The position involves as
signing news stories on the weekends,
videotaping and reporting stories and editing
videotape for newscasts. Please send resume to
Personnel Assistant; KOLN/KGIN TV; PO Box
30350; Lincoln, NE 68503. EOE. Drug Testing
May Be Required.
Assistant Production Manger, production of
muti-media website. Up to 15/week for approxi
mately 4 months. Salary $10-$12 per hour. Start
date is now! Needs knowledge of: HTML,
Contact Matt at 472-8026 or 472-0541.
ATTENTION AD AND
The Nebraska Soybean Board and Ayres Adver
tising are in search of enthusiastic, outgoing,
friendly individuals looking for experience in
marketmg/prcmotions to demo and promote the
health benefits of soyfood products. Must have
reliable transportation and be willing to work
10-18 hours per week, primarily weekends, Feb
ruary—mid-May. Submit resumes or letters of
RO. Box 9596
Lincoln, NE 68506
The Foundation for Educational Services, Inc.
(FES) seeks a part-time Communications Assis
tant to help writh various publication projects.
The Communications Assistant will help pro
duce a weekly electronic newsletter, including
writing and interviewing; and print publications
using layout and design skills. This person will
gain experience in writing, editing, typesetting,
design and layout using Mac and IBM comput
ers, traditional and digital cameras, and flatbed
scanner. Qualified candidate will have experi
ence and/or course work in writing for publica
tions and some knowledge of the following soft
ware programs: MS Word, Adobe Illustrator,
Photoshop and QuarkXPress. Interviewing and
photography skills also helpful. Candidate will
work 10-15 hours per weak.
Submit resume and cover letter to hrd4fes.org
or FES Human Resources, P.0. Box 82552 Un
oofci, NE 68501-2552.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS
Lincoln Electric System is looking for a second
semester freshman or first semester sophomore
majoring in Electrical Engineering. This position
would be part-time during the school year
(approximately 20 hours a week that can work
around your class schedule) and 40 hours a
week during the summer months. You would be
working with Engineers in our Engineering Ser
vices Division gathering and recording data, as
sisting Engineers with routine details of draw
ings and work order preparation, completing
special projects as assigned and staking jobs.
Please apply by e-mailing your resume to
dseaman4les.com or applying no later than
March 2,2001 at
UNCOLN ELECTRIC SYSTEM
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
Uncoin Electric System is looking for a junior or
senior majoring in Electrical Engineering with
power system emphasis. This position would be
part-time during the school year (approximately
20 hours a week that can be worked around
your class schedule) and 40 hours a week dur
ing the summer months. Ybu would be working
with Engineers in our System Protection Depart
ment, gathering and recording data on electrical
failures, protective relaying databases, load
flows, and communication systems. Apply at
LINCOLN ELECTRIC SYSTEM
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
1040 ’O’ STREET
Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
MDS Pharma Services is
looking for Instrument
MDS Pharma Services, a leader in the pharma
ceutical testing Industry, has opportunities
available for Instrument Operators In our
Bionalyticai Services Division. Duties include
running, maintaining and making repairs on LC.
GC, and RIA and LCMSMS instruments. We re
quire the minimum of an Associate Degree or
equivalent and prior experience with or knowl
edge of the above mentioned instruments. We
offer very competitive wages, lots of growth po
tential, and excellent benefits. Our current open
ing Is a full-time overnight position. The hours
are Monday through Friday, 10:30 pm to
7:00am. Please apply to:
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CHASE SUITE HOTEL
Part-time van driver, Frfday-Sunday. $8.0Q/hour.
Friday and Saturday 3:30pm-midnight, Sunday
10am-3:30pm. Apply in person at 200 S. 68th
Place, Lincoln. 483-4900.
Established Lincoln company needs part-time
word processor for Microsoft Word. Great for
students. No evenings or weekends. Relaxed &
fun atmosphere. Please call Craig, 488-3793 ext
Framing, carpenter, full and part-time morning
positions available. Can 560-1425.
The Division of General Studies will be hiring a
graduate assistant for the 2001 -2002 academic
year to serve as supervisor for up to twenty un
dergraduate SI leaders. Qualifications: Bache
lor's degree, enrollment in a graduate program,
excellent dependability, communication and su
pervisory skills; Preferred: background in learn
ing theory and experience teaching study skills,
time management, test preparation, and note
taking, etc. 49FTE (20 hours per week). Salary
$12,000 with tuition remission and Supplemen
tal Instruction workshop that University of Mis
souri at Kansas City. Complete Job Description
available at the Division of General Studies, 33
Canfield Administration Building. Submit cover
letter of application, resume, and three letters of
Division of General Studies
33 Canfield Administration Building
City Campus 0471
Deadline for application: Wednesday March 21,
Immediate openings for full-time & part-time
desk clerks and part-time house keeping. Must
work weekends. Apply at Ramada Limited North
4433 North 27th.
Law Office Runner
Part-time, permanent, year-round to run errands,
copying, and filing. Must be organized, detail
conscious and thorough in following instruc
tions. Occasional heavy lifting. Flexible sched
ule. Northeast Lincoln location, varied daytime
hours, 10-12/week; $5.75/hour+mileage, must
have own transportation. Cali 465-8808 for tele
Part-time accessory sales needed to work in a
fast-paced environment. Job will require willing
ness to work with customers and a positive atti
tude. Applications will be accepted until March
1. Apply Tuesday - Saturday, 9am-5pm at Star
City Motor Sports, 3201 NW 12th St
Part-time night auditor needed. Two
overnights/week. Hours: midnight-Bam. Apply at
Days Inn south, 1140 Calvert 423-7111.
Sick Children Need Your"”
(for approximately 2 hours)
Call of stop byfNabi Biomedical Center, 300 S.
17th Street, Lincoln. 402-474-2335. Fees ft do
nation time may vary, www/nabi.com.
The YMCA is looking for basketball scorekeep
ers for the 20th Annual MIT Basketball Tourna
ment on March 10th and 11th. If interested ap
ply at the downtown YMCA Youth Sports Office
Monday-Friday 8pm to 5pm. Apply by the 23rd
of February. Pay ie fte.OO'game.
The 4-H Campus in Nebraska, located at the
Nebraska National Forest-Halsey, Schram State
Park-Gretna, and Harlam County Reser
voir-Alma, are accepting applications for sum
mer program staff. Spend mid-May to
mid-August leading youth in outdoor programs.
You will be trained to teach nature,
ropes/confidence course, canoeing, tubing,
crafts, overnight camping and many more pro
grams. You do not need to be in 4-H to apply,
“or more information call: (402)472-6717 or
1. Univeran of Nd»^»-Linct*i
WE NEED GRADUATE
In Student Involvement for the 2001 -2002 aca
demic year! Assistantships offer opportunities
for decision making, goal setting, policy devel
opment and evaluation. Applications and posi
tion descriptions are available at 200 NU, 300
ECU, the Culture Center and the Women's Cen
ter. Check our website
www.unl.Gdu/involvGd/appNcation for further
Information or call Student Involvement
Vital Services is seeking independent individu
als to work with disabled adults and children.
Part time evenings and weekends. Call
464-5775 or 476-06& Ask for Janet.
Wanted: Student night
Nights and weekends to fit your schedule.
$7/hr+. Apply to Bill Behmer, Room 220, Ne
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,
Wrestling officials needed for Lincoln Public
Middle Schools. Knowledge of wrestling re
quired. Dates are March 3,10,17, 24. Call
Wanted: Loving babysitter in my home for chil
dren age 2 and 4. 7:30 to 5:30. no smokers,
must have car. Send salary requirements and in
formation about yourself to 7935 Cheney Ridge
Road, Lincoln, 68516.
500 Summer Jobs!!
50 Camps - You Choose! NY, PA, New Eng
land. INSTRUCTORS NEEDED: Tennis, Basket
ball, Roller Hockey, Soccer, Baseball, Lacrosse,
Gymnastics, Lifeguards, WSI, Water skiing, Sail
ing, Wind surfing, Archery, Mountain Biking,
Rock climbing. Ropes, Piano Accompanist, Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woodshop, Nature Nurses. Ar
lene Streisand 1 -800-443-6428;
CAMP STARLIGHT, a co-ed resident camp in
the mountain lake area of N.E. Pennsylvania, is
looking for enthusiastic upperclassmen in the
following areas: General Cabin Counselors, Ath
letic Specialists, Waterfront Specialists and Out
door Adventure Specialists (i.e. Ropes Course,
etc.). Join our staff of college students from
around the U.S. and abroad and enjoy the per
fect balance of work and fun! Modem facilities in
a country setting. Good salary and travel allow
ance. Field work and internships encouraged.
(6/17-8/15). For more information and applica
tion, call toll free at 877-875-3971 or e-mail us
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Children's N.Y.S. Co-Ed Resident
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CatskM Mountains-2 hours NYC and Atwny
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June 23-August 19, Min 19 yr*+
FAX (914) 893-7678
Enroll in Army ROTc Camp Challenge for 5
weeks this summer. You’ll get paid to experi
ence adventure, learn leadership skills, and
compete for a college scholarship. No military
commitment for attending. For details, cal Ma
jor Dfbala at 472-4289 or atop by the Military
Gain leadership training and team building skills
while enjoying the camaraderie of exceptional
individuals. Our program helps young people
with unrealized potential who are experiencing
social skill difficulties. Located on lake and river
In the Superior National Forest. Opportunity to
gain college credit. Realize personal growth and
satisfaction yourself, while helping others
achieve the same!
♦Call Tom Bauer at (952) 930-3544, email at:
buckskinOspacestar.net or visit
Assistant Production Manger, production of
muti-media website. Up to 15/week for approxi
mately 4 months. Salary $10-512 per hour. Start
date is nowl Needs knowledge of: HTML,
Contact Matt at 472-6026 or 472-0541
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Attention: Work from home. $25.00-$75.00/HR
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Own a Computer?
$25-$75/hour. Part-time & full-time.
1 -800-311 -6704. www.wealthybychoice.com.
Own a Computer?
Put it to work!
Questions about Student Fees??
The Committee for Fees Allocation will meet
Thursday - February 15 at 6:00
City Union - room to be posted
CFA will be voting on the budget
for the Nebraska Unions
Stop by or call the Student Government office at
472-2581 for more information
Golden Key International Honor Society invites
all sophomores with a 3.6 GPA or higher to ap
ply for the outstanding sophomore award. The
recipient of the award will receive a lifetime
membership to the Society and other gifts to
recognize their achievement. Applications are
available at the Office of Student Involvement,
The Honor Lounge (118 Neihardt), 136 Nebraska
Union. Completed applications are due Wednes
day, February 21 at 4pm to 136 Nebraska Union.
Auditions for the
Scarlet and Cream Singers
Do you like to sing and perform? Do you play
the piano, drums, or guitar? Then you need to
audition for the 2001-2002 Scarlet and Cream
Singers. For more information pick up an audi
tion flyer at the Wick Alumni Center or outside
the Student Involvement office in the City Cam
pus Union or visit the UNL Alumni Association
web site at www.unl.edu/alumni and click on
Scarlet and Cream.
The Manager-Meeting for Men’s, Women’s and
Co-Rec Floor Hockey will be held Thursday,
February 15 at 5:00pm in the Nebraska Union.
Each team must have one representative pres
ent to be eligible for competition. Call 472-8383
or www.unl.edu/crec/im for more information.
TENNIS SINGLES & DOUBLES
Tuesday, February 20 is the last day to enter
Men's, women's and Co-Rec Table Tennis Sin
gles and Doubles. Enter now at the Office of
ampus Recreation or on the web. Call
472-8383 or www.unl.edu/crec/im for more In
ITS A CAMP THING!
Your opportunity to impact
the lives of children.
See us in the Union
March 0 for the Job Fair
Camp Foster YMCA
of the Okobojies
LASER SHOWS! Dave Matthews. Metallica,
Santana, Pink Floyd, Phish. Many morel See
schedule at www.spacelaser.com.
Male and female for print work. 475-3382.
Teachers Coksga Advisory Board
The Application deadline for TCAB has now
been extended until February 21 by 5pm in 105
Henzlik Hall. Special attention to Freshman
Education majors. This is a great way to get in
THE NEBRASKA AT
You can still apply for the Nebraska at Oxford
Program for the summer of 2001. Spend 4
fun-filled summer weeks in England visiting
place such as Windsor castle,London, and
Shakespeare’s hometown just to name a few.
You will earn 6 hours of 300/400 level credits in
business and the arts. Spaces are limited so
don't delay. For more information contact Mark
Davis, CBA 138 or phone 472-2310._
The eye doctor is in!
Every Thursday from
7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., you can
make an appointment for a
complete eye exam at the
University Health Center.
Arts and Science Senate Candidate Debate.
February 18 at 8pm in the City Union. Spon
sored by College of Arts and Science Advisory
Theology For Lunch
Discussions on Christian Ethics
“Christian Approaches to
Robert Smith, Intern at Lutheran Student Center,
speaking Friday, February 18,11:30 brown
Campus Red Cross
Campus Red Cross general membership meet
ing Wednesday, February 14th, 5:30pm in the
basement of the Student Health Center. New
Habitat for Humanity
General meeting tonight at 5:30 in the Union to
plan Hand in Heart and Clothing Drive.
University of Nebresfce
Meeting and nominations Thursday at the
Foundation, officers at 6pm, members at
6:30pm. Call Shelley with questions 436-6205.
The Parking Advisory Committee will meet Fri
day, February 16, 2o01 at 3:00 PM at Parking
and Transit Services, 625 Stadium Drive Suite A
Public Relations Club
We will be touring Ayers this Friday. Meet out
side of Avery Ad lounge at 2pm. Anyone inter
ested in learning about careers in PR is wel
Congratulations to our new 2001 executive and
secondary officers! Rush chairmen: Doug Shan
non, Tim Hartshorn, and Glen Kratochvil. Parlia
mentarian: Dave Sett. Assistant Senior Dean:
Steve Ross. Assistant Junior Dean: Dave Minto.
Assitant Secretary: Eric Pfeifer. Assistant Rush
Chairman: Dan Winterlin. Brotherhood
Chairmen: Aaron Schram. Junior Steward: Jon
Dockhorn. Scholarship Chairman: Jon Phillips.
Philanthropy Chairman: Matt Clay. Intranet Ad
ministrator: Aaron Schram. Historian: Chris
Karan. Song Chairman: Matt Jenkins. Athletic
Chairman: Aaron Plettner. Kitchen Manager Eric
Walker. Assistant Treasurer: Andrew Gerdes. We
wish you good luck in the year ahead!
Please come join us for Sundays and Friends to
night. For more information, please call Jaci
Hopkins at 436-8814.
Congratulations to Lisa McCranie for her initia
Congratulations to Sara Kotan and Heather Bris
tol on becoming our new Alpha’s.
Congrats to all New Adm.Officers. Recruitment
Chair: Harley Trimble. Acholastic Chair: Scott
Cedar burg. Assistant Social: Logan Whitehead.
Assistant Steward: Eric Rushamp. Assistant
Pledge Ed: Dough Srouffer. Risk Management:
Sam Cameron. Chaplain: Pete Brummels. Ath
letic Chair: Eric Messersmith. Assistant House
man: Justin Bargstudt. Historian: John Mohr,
Jorge Dimas. Pledge Board: Logan Whitehead,
Adam Fritz, Don Sonsek. Jud. Councsel: Pete
Brummels, Scott Cederburg, Rich Mohr.
Congratulations to these fine men for their aca
demic achievement. 4.0: Mike Babel, Andy Biga,
Vince Cogley, Jarrod Crouse, Brian Feller, Eric
Fluckey, Jeremy Gallant, Matt Jahraus, Justin
Steinhauser, Jake Wobig. 3.8 or higher:
Sulaiman Abawi, Zach Bauman, Todd Beck
erman, Justin Clark, Troy Conyers, Josh Kuper,
Brent Melliger, Platt Niebur, Jeremy O'Hare,
Matt Odell, Abe Schumacher, Chris Tipton, Ca
sey Tyler, Matt Watson, Julian Wells, Travis
Zanl, Ben Zitek. Good job Brothers!
50% off all in stock Greek branded items until
the end of February. Stock up and save on gifts,
etc. Creation, 1720 “O* St. 477-4401.
NO BULL Work Party tonight at Sigma Phi Epsi
lon, 8pm. Be there or Billy will eat you (see DN
So, it may be the day after V-Oay, but you
should still come see who loves NUFORCE.
■Endorsement Announcement” in the Union
Square, 11:30am-12:30pm TODAY!
Tired at Losing Your Individual Freedoms?
Feel like the two party system doesn’t represent
you? Think you can run your life and use your
money better than the government? If you’re
tired of voting for the lesser of two evils give the
Libertarian Party a look. Email me at
University Health Center
Student Advisory Board
The purpose of the board shall be to represent
the student body in dealing with the health con
cerns of the University community.
You Do NOT have to be from
Deadline is February 23 at 4:00 pm. Applica
tions available in the ASUN office, Rm. 136 Ne
Long distance relationships CAN WORK! Find
out how at www.sblake.com.
www. daily neb. com
Saturday, February 17th
at 9:00 a.m. at UNL.
Seating is limited.
to reserve a seat today.
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Edited by Will Shortz No. 0104
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16 Ties with bows
17 With 38-Across
20 Rossini opera
22 Very, musically
23 The Woman
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27 Small bone
38 See 17-Across
42 British royal
43 Akron AA
48 Local political
49 Home to 33 mil.
56 A Virgin Island
60 Not so good, as
62 Poem by
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68 Methods: Abbr.
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2 Serve in the
3 Hardly bigwigs
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6 Poem by
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9 Does salon
11 Kin to a clarinet
12 Noted captain
13 Petrol seller
18 Fidelio setting
26 Amateur video
28 Arab name part
29 Kind of spring
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32 Rivers of New
36 Yes, Scottie
39 Wrap (up)
40 I shall return,
41 Lively wit
46 She loved
47 Oahu verandas
50 Roman fire
52 Silly 58 Bit of banter
53 Popular camera 59 Malachite and
54 Look after others
55 Sea birds 61 2S'pians:
56 1944 battle site
57 G producing
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