The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 28, 1975, Page page 7, Image 7

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entries
The UNL Alumni Yearbook photography1 contest will end
Saturday, but "there are not nearly enough entries," according to
Judith Sadler, head of the Alumni Board Publication Committee.
Sadler said many photographers have shown interest in the
contest, which asks for scenic shots of the UNL campus, but they
are reluctant to give up their negatives, which must become the
property of the Alumni Board.
George Tuck, head of the photography department at the UNL
School of Journalism, said few photographers are willing to give up
what could be a contest-winning negative.
"!f the negative is a good one, he will probably want it for
future printing or for his own collection," Tuck said. "Even
professional photographers would be reluctant to enter negatives in
a contest where they would not get them back.
"This policy is not fair to the photographer," Tuck said.
Sadler said the problem is that the negative must be sent to a
New York publishing company, which probably wouldn't insure
the negatives on their trip back to Lincoln.
"It's really a shame," she said. "Maybe next year we can get
more student input."
First prize for the contest is a $25 gift certificate from Max
Miller Cameras. Second and third prizes are $10 and $5 in cash,
respectively.
Aside from the' scenic picture shortage, the yearbook is
"progressing pretty well," according to Carol Reno, Yearbook
Committee adviser.
"It'a a little hard to get something like this started, but the
response of students has been pretty good," she said.
About 600 seniors have ordered the new yearbook, which
replaces the Cornhusker, discontinued three years ago.
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friday, february 28, 1975