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Part-time clerk, evenings and weekends. Apply
In person at 5560 S. 48m.
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 is 56.00/game.
Wrestling officials needed for Lincoln Public
Middle Schools. Knowledge of wrestling re
quired. Dates are March 3, 10,17, 24. Call
College student needed to babysit 5 and 9 year
olds this summer in our home, June 6-August
17.7:45am-5pm, Wednesday-Friday. Must have
car and references required, 421-1663.
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, Wood shop, Nature Nurses. Ar
lene Streisand 1-800-443-6428;
Want to do something different this summer?
Work with lids in the outdoors, be with friends,
Rain valuable experience as Camp Kitaki's
ealth Specialist. Call YMCA Camp Kitaki in
Lincoln today at 402-434-9225 or e-mail
campkitakjOaoi.com tor more information on this
GAMP LEADERS WANTED!
Work with kids in the outdoors, be with friends,
gain leadership skills. POSITIONS OPEN: Life
guards, Ropes Leaders, Naturalist, Arts & Crafts
Director, Office Coordinator, Store Manager,
Cabin Counselors. Contact YMCA Camp Kitaki
Enjoy the outdoors working at Camp Kitaki's
Pool or Lake as a lifeguard. Work with 65 other
co-ed college staff, valuable leadership experi
ence, salary, room and board. The best thing
you'll ever get paid to dol Call YMCA Camp
kitaki In Lincoln now for an application at
(402)434-9225 or e-mail campldtakiOaol.com
PLAY SPORTS! HAVE FUN!
Top boys' sports camp in beautiful Maine.
Counselors to coach aU sports; tennis, baseball,
hockey, waterfront, rock climbing, biking, golf,
water skiing, sailing. Work outdoors, nave a
great summer. Call free 888-844-6080 or apply
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, call Ma
jor DtoeNa at 472-4200 or stop by the Military
Come to the
Student Job & Internship Fairl
Tuesday, March 6,2001
Nebraska Union-City Campus
part-time jobs, summer jobs,
internships & co-ops
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
SUMMER JOBS for 2001!!! Come to Maine!
Head Counselor on campus Friday, March 2,
2001 interviewing for positions in the following
areas: Adventure, Athletics, Waterfront, Interarts,
Horseback Riding, and Tennis. Competitive Sal
ary. Room, Board, Laundry, Travel Allowance.
Call or email Camp Laurel at 800-327-3509 or
summerOcamplaurel.com to set up an interview,
or visit us at www.campjaurei.com.
WORK WITH KIDS
Parks & recreation has openings at five locations
for summer day camp staff to work with K-7th
graders. May 29-August 10, M-F. Hours
available 6:45am-6:15pm, 20-40 hours/week.
$6.20-6.60/hour. Conduct activities, field trips,
swimming. All locations have K-6 grade camps
except Irving which includes 7th grade. Apply at
the center of your choice:
♦ Air Park, 3720 NW 46th, 441 -7876
♦ Belmont. 1234 Judson, 441 -6789
♦ Calvert, 4500 Stockweil, 441 -8480
♦ Irving, 2010 Van Dorn, 441-7954
♦ Bethany Park *65th 8 Vine, 441 -7952
Come to the
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Tuesday, March 6,2001
Nebraska Union-City Campus
part-time jobs, summer jobs,
internships & co-ops
$$ Get Paid For Your Opinion! $$
Earn $15-$129 and more per survey!
Absolutely Free Info. Own a computer? Put it to
w o r klt 3 5 0 / 1 ,000/week.
A growing international company.
500-5,000/month PT/FT. Serious work from
home opportunity. Call 877-594-WOflK.
Own a Computer?
$25-$75/hour. Part-time A full-time.
1 -800-311 -6704. www.wealthybychotce.com.
Own a Computer?
Put it to work!
BEST PART TT ~E JOB IN TOWN!!!
Work as few as 8 or op
to 40 hours per week
Pick your own schedule
Guaranteed hourly rates
Blocks from Campus
$250.00 hiring bonus
Call or stop by today 3:00 pm- 9pm
and start tomorrow!
JRW SALES TELEMARKETING
1625 “P” STREET 436-3070
Before you leave forbreak the Leadership Devel
opment Team has an opportunity you must con
sider. We would like to invite exceptional stu
dent leaders to apply for the Emerging Leaders’
Class Teaching Assistant Position. ELTA's will
help facilitate tne Emerging Leader Class which
is an interactive endeavor providing personal
and professional leadership skills to ambitious
college students. Applications are available at
Student Involvement, 200 Nebraska Union and
300 East Union. Remember, the applications
must be returned by March 9th at 4:00 pm to
Thursday night at 8:00 in the Union Square at
Nebraska Union. Meet the senate and advisory
board candidates for CBA. Questions call
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.
Campus Red Cross
February 20 and 21,11 am-5pm at the Student
Union. Walk-ins welcome.
Fraternities • Sororities
Clubs • Student Groups
Earn $1,000-$2,000 this quarter with the easy
campusfundraiser.com three hour fundraising
event. No sales required. Fundraising dates are
filling quickly, so call today! Contact cam
pusfundraiser.com, (888) 923-3238, or visit
Infer inational Meeting-Summer Employment
Informational meeting about summer employ
ment at Nebraska Lutheran Outdoor Ministries
on Wednesday, February 21, 8pm at the Luther
an Student Center. Application packets will be
available, and pizza will be served. For more in
formation, call NLOM toll free at 888-656-6254
or check out our web site at www.nlom.org.
Tuesday, February 20 is the last day to enter the
Men’s, women’s and Co-Rec Flickerball Tourna
ment. Enter your team now at the Office of Cam
pus Recreation or on the web. Call 472-8383 or
www.unl.edu/crec/im for more information.
The Intramural Roundball Shootout will take
place on Tuesday, February 20 and Wednesday,
February 21 at the Campus Recreation Center
and the Military and Naval Science Building.
Events will include AROUND-THE-WORLD,
FREE THROW CONTEST, H.O.R.S.E. COMPE
TITION, NERF HOOP CONTEST, 1-0N-1
COMPETITION, AND 3 POINT SHOOT-OUT
CONTEST. No advance entry is required and
enter on site for all the events. Call 472-8383 for
more information or check the web site at
TABLE 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
Campus Recreation or on the web. Call
472-8383 or www.unl.edu/crec/im for more in
Trivia Night at
Calling all braniacs?
Show off and
compete for prizes
from 7-9 pm.
Are you looking for a meaningful job to help pay
for second semester and spring break?
> GREAT PAY (GUARANTEED $8.25 PER HOUR)
> HOLIDAYS OFF OR TIME FOR SPRING BREAK (BENEFITS)
> EXERCISE (WE ARE CLOSE TO CAMPUS & HAVE BIKE RACKS)
> TIME TO ENJOY LIFE OR STUDY (FLEXIBLE HOURS - MINIMUM HOURS 12)
> STRESS FREE ENVIRONMENT (NO TELEMARKETING OR SALES)
> WORK WITH YOUR FRIENDS (REFERRAL BONUSES)
Then it’s time to call Hudson Bay Company to set up an interview. Not only will we meet the
above requirements, but you will also have a job that is very rewarding and
interesting. We call members and potential members for non-profit groups.
The call includes empowering citizens about their rights on environmental
issues, consumer issues, minority issues, and/or women’s issues,
membership development, and fundraising. (No sales or surveys.)
Call us at 476-1010, Mondays through Wednesdays,
for an interview to learn more about this incredible job and opportunity.
Edited by Will Shortz No. 0109
1 Zebras on the
10 Puppy sounds
14 He sang about
15 Imitated a crow
20 Belfry spots
21 Yellow parts
22 Harris and
23 Former frosh
25 Acts like a
29 Clear soup
34 Biblical name
35 Bumper sticker
40 Cause for
41 “Stalag 17"
42 Like much of
43 Pass receiver
46 Your parents’
47 Wished undone
48 Part of T.G.I.F.:
52 Give comfort to
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
61 Company that
merged with BP,
62 Be dependent
65 Carpet layer’s
1 Tramp’s attire
2 Part of Q.E.D.
3 Go on the lam
5 Dresses down
7 Birds in bams
9 Univ. e-mail
10 Part of a pirate’s
11 Like J.F.K.
12 Cheat, in a way
13 They’re dubbed
19 Pulls a fast one
23 Takes wing
24 This one’s_"
25 Almanac stuff
26 Open, as a
28 [not my error]
29 Three, they say
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30 Early New
31 Denny’s sister
34 “I bid you_
38 Really enjoy
44 Basra residents
45 “Swan Lake"
49 Israel’s Abba
50 Chaplin prop
51 D-Day craft
53 Hospital fluids
54 Terminal man?
55 Hold sway
56 “Orinoco Flow”
58 Polish off
59 Diminutive, in
Answers to any three dues in this puzzle
are available by touch-tone phone:
1-900-420-5656 (95$ per minute).
Annual subscriptions are available for the
best of Sunday crosswords from the last 50
Male and female for print work. 475-3382.
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advis
ing, 107 Oldfather on Wednesday, February 21,
12:30-2:00. Stop by or call 472-4190 for ap
Elect your new Campus Recreation Advisory
Council representatives. Votes accepted Febru
ary 20-28, 2001 at the Campus Recreation Cen
ter (7:30am-5:30pm, M-F) and the East Campus
Activities Building (8:30am-8:00pm, M-F). Must
present your NU I.D. card to vote. Thanks for
Project CARE (Creating an Alcohol Responsible
Environment) is looking for NU students who
want to educate their peers on the use and
abuse of alcohol. First Year Educator applica
tions are available at Student Involvement, any
residence hall, or the University Health Center in
the Community Health Education Office. Dead
line to apply is Wednesday, February 21.
Teachers College 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 30O/400 level credits in
business and the arts. Spaces are limited so
don't delay. For more information contact Mark
Davis. CBA138 or phone 472-2310.
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advis
ing, 107 Oldfather, on Tuesday, February 20,
1:00-3:30pm. Stop by or call 472-4190 for ap
Volunteer Income Tax
East Union: 11-1 Wednesdays. City Union: 11-1
Thursdays. Sites wil run from January 31-March
8. Free service of The Law College.
Every Wednesday at 12:30. Room ^University
Health Center. 472-7440.
Attention Block & Bridle
This Thursday February 22 inthe East Campus
Union. Room to be posted. Executives 6:30,
spring initiates 7:00pm, ail members 7:30pm.
Will be voting on Block & Bridle activities
changes. Important to have as many members
there as possible.
Have A Suggestion About
The Health Center?
Come to a meeting of the University Health Cen
ter Student Advisory Board. Meetings are held in
Conference Room F in the Health Center and are
open to the public. Be there at 4:30 on Tuesday
April 3rd and let your voice be heard.
UUa unll he maafinn IAJaWaaa#4ai, 7 U
Union. Casual attire. Everyone ts welcome!
Phi Beta Lambda
Our meeting tonight will be a social. We will be
bowling at East Campus. Meet on the south side
of the City Union at 7pm.
Join Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity as we
speak with a law professor from UNL Law Col
lege Wednesday at 5:30 in the Union.
7:30 Wednesday, East Campus Union.
Service Council Meeting
Come sample an Edible Aquifer, 6pm NE City
J. Uniwuty of Nrtoaiu-Lwe*
SOIL AND WATER
RESOURCES CLUB MEETING
On Tuesday. February 20, the UNL SWRC will
listen to speaker Duane Woodward from the
Central Platte NRD at 6:30 PM. Refreshments
win be provided.
Meets tonight at 6:30 in Henzlik 35 to speak
with the Lincoln PTA.
Teachers College Advisory Board will be meet
ing tomorrow at 5:30 in Henzlik Hall, room 208.
The Publications Board will meet at 3:45 p.m.
Wednesday in the Daily Nebraskan conference
room, basement, Nebraska Union, to discuss
DaH^ Nebraskan policies. All are invited to at
All Greek Variety Show
*NO Talent Required!*
Doors open at 6pm
Free pizza while it lasts
$4 or $2 with a can of food
Tickets available in the Student Union
Tuesday and Wednesday or anytime from a
Congratulations to Shelly Mueller on being ac
cepted into Teachers College. Way to go!
Thank you very much to the ladies who assisted
us Friday with the kids from Belmont. We appre
ciated it Thanks Belmont Elementary.
Thanks for a great time at the wedding on Satur
-Love, The Ladies of Alpha Phi
Cnogratulations to Suzy Stark for being appoint
ed to Publications Board! We're so proud of you!
» in APT, your sisters
Congratulations to Heather Stultz for being ap
pointed as Homecoming Coordinator! You are
going to do an awesome job!
Weekly on Tuesdays • 12:30 to 1:10 p.m.
University Health Center, Lower Level Room D
Today’s Topic Calming Breed: & Mindful MedfcJiuu
For mofranformafon. cal our—kg and h^dmlognl Strict
at *» Utttnir Htadh Ctntr at 472-7*50_
Way to go Oavina Leezer and Greta Leech on
being selected to Student Alumni Association!
You both make awesome additions to the or
• in ACT, your sisters
Congratulations to our newset pledges: Ben
Chick, Samuel Clinch, John Hennessey, Nate
Lentz, Mitch Locken, Drew Luebe, Eric Moller
ing, Jeffery McCaslin, Justin Nabity, Jeremy
O’Hare, John Prauner, Platt Nieben, Jeff Scott.
Welcome from the men of rTKA.
Thank you ladies for a wonderful meal. We
should do it again sometime.
5096 off all in stock Greek branded items until
the end of February. Stock up and save on gifts,
etc. Creation, 1720 *0* St. 477-4401.
Thanks for the great FAC and in the words of
Blake, wearing nmless aviators. There were no
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University Health Center Student Advisory
Board. The purpose of the board shall be to
represent the student body in dealing with the
health concerns of the University community.
You do NOT have to be from Pre-Medical pro
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Re
gents-hire the editor, business manager, and
advisor. PubBd. acts as a publisher to the Board
of Regents and serves as a liaison between the
paper and its university constituencies, paying
attention to complaints against the paper.
Student Court Positions open on the court that
deals with UNL student organizations.
Applications for all three positions are available
at 136 Nebraska Union. Deadline February 23.
Long distance relationships CAN WORK1 Find
out how at www.sblake.com.
Wanting to buy a graphing calculator; T1-82,83,
85,86. Mary: 475-9957.
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Close to Campus Casual drees Career Opportunities
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INDUSTRIAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
FULL TIME & SUMMER INTERNSHIP
Lozier Corporation, one of the leading manufacturers of store fixtures, has outstanding
opportunities to join our Engineering team at our manufacturing facility in Omaha, NE. If you
are a career minded individual, then you may be a candidate.
Full time positions require a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. Those
seeking internships must be at least a sophomore and making progress towards a degree in
Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. Capable of project management, standard
manufacturing engineering functions and general knowledge of manufacturing processes and
methods of operations. Excellent communication skills and the ability to manage multiple
projects in a fast pace environment is also a must.
You will be eligible for an excellent compensation package that includes competitive salary,
benefits including a 401(K) plus pension plan; and tuition reimbursement. Our goal is to hire
and retain talented people by providing internal growth opportunities.
If this sounds like the right development opportunity to you, please send your resume to:
Company Information Session
6336 Pershing Drive Walter Scott, Room 357
Omaha, ne 68110 Thursday, February 22nd
FAX: (402) 457-8678 *
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