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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1978)
friday, September 1, 1978
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UNL course not illusion
but full of tricks, magic
By Kris Hansen
If magic and sieight of hand are in your
bag of tricks, then magician Curt Angove
may be teaching the course for you.
Angove will be teaching a non-credit
beginning magic class in conjunction with
the University of Mid -America on East
Campus. The class will meet Thursday
nights for eight weeks, beginning Oct. 5.
"Ill be teaching history, theory, practi
cal functions-the do's and don'ts of
magic-and stage illusions. I hope to stage
an amateur magician's night for the last
two class periods, so the kids can really
learn how to run a show," Angove explain
ed. The course will include the "basics,"
such as cards, coins, sleight of hand, and
instructions on how to present shows of
Angove said his ultimate purpose behind
the course is to develop a new form of
entertainment in the Lincoln area and
begin several magicians' clubs.
"Nebraska is not geared for lots of
variety in entertainment, although what it
does have is very good. If I can get the
clubs started, I could get magic started as
a new form of entertainment," Angove
"I'm hoping that if students are inter
ested enough to take the course, they'll
be interested enough to expand and take
intermediate and advanced lessons, and
really become part of the profession," he
Angove hopes to start two clubs in the
Lincoln area, the Society of American
Magicians (SAM) and the International
Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM). Seven
members are needed to establish these
clubs, and Angove sees UNL as "the step
ping stone to their existence."
'Something to do'
While in the service in San Diego nine
years ago, Angove began visiting novelty
shops to find "something extra and unique
to do in my spare time." He taught himself
a variety of tricks and has been working
professionally for seven years.
"Bring a professional, I will use some
notes, as if I were teaching private lessons
but geared up to a class style. Some of the
work will be from textbooks, but there will
be actual demonstrations, also. I hope the
class will learn to use their kits, and will
think about extra lessons afterwards. The
whole class will be relaxed and informa
tive," Angove stated.
The kit for the class, which contains 25
feet of rope, sponge balls, coins, cards and
other standard items, will cost about $10.
Angove said the class would cost approxi
"It's an experimental class," Angove
said. "If people like it, they'll come back
for more, and I might be able to schedule
intermediate and advanced classes, and
teach it more often during the year. It's
a fun class,too, which makes it a novelty
Do you know
The Division of Continuing Studies
offers classes in
September 5,6 to October 18,19
REGISTER: 511 fJdratb M
TEXTS: CcSs Rczzj Jb"&(fldmb Beek Store)
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LOCATION: 203 RfcbuSt M
Sec. 1 - Mon. and Wed.: 1:30, Lab 2:30
Sec. 2 - Mon. and Wed.: 3:30, Lab 4:30
Sec. 3 - Tues. and Thurs.: 1:30, Lab 2:30
Sec. 4 - Tues. and Thurs.: 3:30, Lab 4:30
Sec. 5 - Tues. and Thurs.: 7:30, Lab 6:30 or 8:30
For further information, call the instructor,
Kay Felton, at home, 489-7517 or at work, 488-8978.
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