The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 18, 1974, Page page 2, Image 2

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women and Art
a dialogue with
Lucy Lippard
contributing editor
Sheldon Gallery 1:30
Centennial College 7:00
Sponsored by:
UNL-Art Dept.
Union Program Office
ool Tournament
All NU Students Elligible
i y s
$1.00 entry fee (covers all playing time)
Winners receive trophy and all expenses paid
trip to ACUI Regional Tourney in Iowa. Game:
14.1 to, 75. Sign, up at Games Desk oxer
tournament starting time? " ! II U UKl 1!
CHAMPAGNE
Every Monday
24 hour maj; cutting service
Fine custom framing at
reasonable' prices
Fine art reproductions,
original prints, sculpture, gift
items
located at
45th and "0"
of "Art in America"
ftov. 20
UWAG
Centennial
Nebraska Union
Recreation Area
Thurs. Nov. 21st
5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
shop
433-2032
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Applications for the
Sugar Bowl Lottery wiil be
taken today, Tuesday and
Wednesday from 9 to 12
a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. at the
South Stadium ticket of
fice. Each student must
present his own ID to
apply. Students wishing to
sit together must all be
present and apply as a
group. The $9 ticket price
must be paid when the
application is made. Win
ning lottery numbers will
be published in the Daily
Nebraskan.
A Student Chamber
. Music and Small Ensem
bles Concert will be pre
sented tonight at 8 p.m. in
Kimball Recital Hall.
The UNL Food Science
Club will meet Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. at the C.Y.
Thompson Library. L. D.
Satterell will speak on the
subject of wine.
Omicron Nu will initiate
their new members Tues
day at 5:30 p.m. at the
Warren Methodist
Church, 45th and Orchard
Streets.
The Faculty String
Quartet will perform
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in
Kimball Recital Hall.
"Spider's Strategem",
a 1970 Italian thriller, will
be shown Tuesday
rtvough Thursday at 7 and
. 9:15 p.rfTaJhe Sheldon;
Art Gallery auditorium.
Tuesday through Dec.
15, the photography of
Michael Simon will be
exhibited at Sheldon Art
Gallery. Also beginning
Tuesday, the Christmas
Fair will be on display in
the Art Shop at Sheldon.
The Cluster Committee
of Student Volunteer Ser
vices .(SVS) will sponsor a
symposium for student
volunteers, "Controlling
Disruptive Behavior", to
be held Thursday from 7
to 9 p.m . Students must
register at the SVS office,
200 Nebraska Union, by
Tuesday. For more infor
mation, contact SVS at
472-2486.
University Women's
Action Group, Union Pro
gram Council, UNL Art
Dept. and Centennial Col
lege will sponsor "A
Dialogue with Lucy
Lippard" Wednesday at
1:30 p.m. at Sheldon' and
at 7 p.m. at Centennial
College. Lippard is a
contributing editor of
"Art in America."
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Enjoying success
Debater uses talent
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cases in Wyoming, Minnesota Kansas and Texas
It's not that Kauf likes to pick a fight, but he is a
member of the UNL debate team.
According to Jackson Harrell director of
forensics at UNL, this year Kauf was ranked
seventh amonq 100 speakers in a debate attne
University of Kansas He was undefeated in
prXinary debate and third-ranked in compet
tion at St. Olaf's College in Minnesota.
Kauf, who said he has a "big mouth and likes to
use it," began debating in seventh grade.
Currently he is a junior majoring in English.
"Kauf is one of the most talented debaters I
have worked with. We started to place him in
senior class debates in his second freshman
semester at UNL and that's highly unusual,
Harrell said.
'Sports replacement'
Kauf said his involvement in debate is like a
replacement for participation in sports. He said he
spends at least 20 hours a week doing debate
work, and he will be attending debate tourna
ments until March.
"You have to work the tournaments into your
schedule, but most professors are amenable to the
fact that you may be gone for many of the
classes," he said.
This year the debate resolution is "Resolved:
that the power of the presidency be significantly
curtailed." As a debator, Kauf said he must be
prepared to argue both for and against the
resolution, and he must be able to come up with
arguments and evidence to support what he says.
Kauf estimates that he has 1 ,500 cards with quotes
to be used as evidence.
"Kauf has an excellent understanding of the
debate process," Harrell said. "He can organize
his ideas quickly and find opposing arguments."
As-a-freshman7?aut ws the.. N ttlSt&sj
In d i vid uaL Debate. Cfcamp io arias t; yeas , h &.dwes f
top speaker in competition at the" University, of ; '
Northern Arizona, placed fourth at Oklahoma"
Christian College and Southwestern University
and fifth at the University of South Dakota and :
Southwest Missouri University. .
Plans to enter law school
Kauf attributes much of his success to his
elementary and secondary education. He said he
went to an elementary school that was a university
lab experiment and a high school "with many
options and good college preparation."
He originally planned to attend another college,
but come to UNL "at the last minute." Kauf said
he likes UNL because of "a variance in the people
that you don't see in other places."
He plans to enter law school after completing
undergraduate work. He said he has applied to
and been accepted by the Harvard Law School, but
is still unsure what school he will attend.
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Editor-in-chief: Jane Owens. News Editor: Wes Alters.
Managing Editor: Dave Madsen. Associate News Editor:
Rebecca Brite. Layout: Mary Beth Grange, Ann Newberry
Sports Editor: Steve Taylor. Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow.
Night News Editors: Jane Hoge, Dave Madsen. Chief
'Photographer: Gail Folda. News Assistant: Margy Meister,'
Editorial Assistant: Ann Owens
Reporters: Harry Baumeri, Chuck Geek. Lisa Brown, Lori
Clepper, Paula Darnke. Joyce Felton, Judy Goeshel, Randy
Gordon Deb Gray, Ivy Harper, Gina Hills, John Kalkowski,
Rusty Reno Mary Roth. Rex Seline, Lynn Silhasek, Mary
Shackelton, Greg Wees, Randy Wright.
Entertainment Writers: Dennis El'iermeier, Meg Greene,
David Ware, Vince Boucher.
; Sports Staff: Becky Morgan, Dennis Onnen, Larry Stunkel,
PeteWegman. .
SilliTw'Jni. oark B, Ramussen' Karen Richardson, Tim
Sindelar, Nancy Stohs, Amy Struthers, Ray Walden
Artist: Ron Wheeler.
Photographers: Steve Boerner, Ted Kirk
MwPhrLi.5hriDtie na,er' Shirle "ssen, Ann Newberry,
Kifu Prnl,- Jern "aussler- Advertising Manager: Ken
Kirk. Production Manager: Kitty Policky
lnrXidHTrVi8,inLneEreSen,,'ves: Sharon' Clyne, Spiff Haddad,
Mohr S"nr e,ny- Gre? Hu,son- M,,ch Mohamms, Ken
Mohr Steve Raghn, Jayne ohl, Jerry Watson, Lori Harris.
Receptionist: Cheryl Lorentzen.
Second class postage paid at Lincoln, Nebraska
and dffinS vati!n 'prmfl 8emesters eept on holiday,.
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daily nebraskan
monday, november 13, 1974