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The suspect took electronics
equipment, 170 cassette tapes, a
leather pool case and four pool cue
sticks worth $2,950.
A 16-year-old boy who smashed
a statue of Jesus during an argument
with his girlfriend was cited for van
Jesus (pronounced Hey-zoos)
Rayes was in the maternity ward of
St. Elizabeth’s Community Health
Center at 7:25 p.m. when an argu
ment started between him and his
girlfriend, Heermann said.
Rayes lashed out, knocking over
a decorative statue of Jesus, which
smashed on the floor.
Damage was estimated at $50.
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Lanphier defends record
against judicial watch group
LANPHIER from page 1
-paignin Nebraska that has secret fund
ing and secret expenditures,” Lanphier
“It’s obvious the people doing it
don’t want the voters to know who they
Lanphier said without knowing who
the contributors were, he didn’t know
why a group or individual wanted to
oust him from the supreme court.
“I think that’s the key to who is
opposing me and why. I’m obviously
being targeted by somebody with a lot
of money from somewhere,” Lanphier
Kent Bembeck, who is leading the
campaign, has argued that repenting the
campaign contributors would subject
them to possible retaliation in the
Lanphier said he didn’t know how
successfully the group’s campaign was
going or if he was in danger of losing
his position. But the scrutiny has shown
him the pressure of political races.
“I have a hell of a lot more respect
for what candidates go through.”
The Associated Press contributed
to this report
Church buys former house
of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity
I MOVE from page 1
I Before the church can set up shop,
there is a lot of work to do, Pedersen
McDonald said church members
I have been picking up trash, ripping out
carpet and doing repair jobs around the
house for the last few months.
I In a few weeks, the church will
" knock down walls on the main flow
(and in the basement, McDonald said.
Church members are donating time to
renovate and decorate the house.
Abendroth said the housing would
be for men only because most women
in the church are happy with their liv
ing arrangements. He said many of the
women are from Lincoln and live at
home with their families, while more
College loses professor to cancer
STRECKFUSS from page 1
teacher and the strongest advocate of
students he has known.
“He felt a kinship,” Pagel said. “He
felt students needed a friend.”
But Streckfuss’ kinship with stu
dents didn’t mean he was an easy
grade, Pagel said.
“He set pretty high standards and
insisted that students meet those stan
dards,” he said. -•< -
Streckfuss was also a committed
researcher, Pagel said, and used up his
last energy to finish a research paper a
week before his death. His longtime
friend’s dedication did not surprise
“I don’t know if it’s dedication or
bullheadedness, but it’s typical.”
More than $6,000 of property
was taken from a Lincoln man’s
house early Wednesday.,
The burglar apparently kicked in
the rear door of the house to get in
while the owner was at work, Lin
coln Police Sgt. Ann Heermann
men live in residence halls or off cam
Gists for the housing should run
about the same as the residence halls,
and students will probably buy meal
tickets to eat in the halls.
Abendroth said although the build
ing is on campus, the university will
have no jurisdiction unless problems
“But there are no problems fore
seen, and it will be a privately owned
facility,” he said.
Abendroth stud opening the center
will be fulfilling a dream far him.
“I became a Christian while attend
ing the University of Nebraska and I
always had a desire to be part of a sig
nificant ministry on campus,” he said.
“This is the greatest way that could
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