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10. Complimentary swimsuit issues.
9. 23 wagonloads of unrecyclable flyers.
8. Told them it was a line for bread sticks.
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guy has a cooler name."
5. Not just an election, also the very last time to be [
for Garnet and Black.
4. Great way to meet babes.
3. Head locks.
2. Had cardboard cutout of Taneyhill voting.
1. Made up story that if not enough people voted, Tc
would remain president.
Stepteams To Perform At Township: Th
hottest stepteams will be featured in Stompjam '93
Township Auditorium. The event will be moderat
Cook of HBO's "Def Comedy Jam." Cook will open
a comedy segment and tell jokes between acts.
There will also be a Battle Of The DJ's, featurinj
Carolina's hottest disc jockeys in an all-out contest
phy and bragging rights. The winner of the battle
mined by audience applause, and college students are
Stepteams from USC, South Carolina State, C
Carolina State and UNC-Charlotte will participate in
show will also feature teams from Morehouse, Pa
Johnson C. Smith and Clark. Various New York City
also take part in the event.
The program will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $8
$10 at the door.
USC Debate Team Wins Tournament: Ti
Team defeated Emory University at the UNC-Charlc
nament to become the 1993 champion. The winning
posed of Gordie Miller and Norman Hayes.
Two other teams represented USC at the tournt
weekend. Tracy McDonald and Dee Walker finishe
tion with the highest speaker points of any var
McDonald was awarded first-place speaker in the vai
Billy Lalima and Anna Page represented USC in I
sion. The novice team finished third overall, and La
Think of the six women close
which one will be raped th
One out of six college women will be sexually assaulted this year. I
the odds of it happening. Simply by trying to avoid situations that
friends vulnerable. For starters, follow security measures. Don't j
doors open. Walk with a friend after dark. And be aware that da
problem on college campuses. With many of these rapes involving di
Then share these facts with six of your friend. And maybe none of
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Pianist Ray Dudley will perform The Sunda>
3 p.m. Sunday at the Columbia of works fro
Museum of Art. Schubert, f
Vote: Dudley, a Columbia resident and Spendiarow,
former USC faculty member, is the Ernst Von Dol
only pianist in the world to have The fiist
performed the complete sonatas of Schubert's S
Joseph Haydn in eight weekly con- Opus 42. The
es stand? Our certs in London at the Royal of Schubert's
Festival Hall. The 53 sonatas have composed in
thntn<mmhp<i since been recorded by Dudley in 'n Italy, but
Columbia at the McKissick since," Dudlej
Museum. The next
The Sunday concert includes Haydn's Sona
sonatas of Haydn and Franz Dudley said h
>m Youn? Schubert. because "I lov
Dudley said he enjoys perform- The linal th
?Matt Hanley inS in Columbia. "I think Columbia late 19th- am
has a wonderful cultural atmos- composers. E
e East Coast's phere," he said. "We have lots of pieces as "curi
Saturday at the things going on now that we have "1 thought
ed by Vincent the Koger Center." play somethir
i the show with The performance is part of the he said. "It's 2
Baker & Baker Foundation Concert Dudley, wh
g two of South Series. as a member 1
for cash, a tro- "As far as performances go, August 1978
will be deter- playing at the museum is special," Ontario, Cana
i encouraged to he said. Dudley called the Baker & a student of j
Baker series "the best series in the distinguished
the event. The Lift Every Voice and Sine
line, Voorhees, 1
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e to play." Music at the University of Toronto.
' concert will consist He graduated with the Eaton Prize, v
>m five composers: which is awarded to the best stu- e
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Hugo Reinhold and Before coming to USC, Dudley
tinanyi. taught at Indiana University for six e
selection will be years and at the University of "
lonata in A minor, Cincinnati for 15 years. I
piece is an example He has appealed with more than p
later period and was poO orchestras, including the New p
1825. ' I ve played it York and London Philharmonics, i
I haven t played it He has siven concerts in such pres- I
sait1' . tigious halls as Carnegie, Avery
selection will be Fisher, Alice Tully and the Lincoln \
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over Europe, the (
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ree pieces come from A a
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>udley described the Dudle>' 841(1 hls favorlte Place 10 1
iosjtjes? play has been Milan, Italy, where (
it would be nice to he perforated one monlh each year I
\o a little different" ^or nine years at ^ala Verdi. More f
t'chance." 25,000 people attended each t
iO came to Columbia performance. i
af the USC faculty in "At Cincinnati, March was a free (
is originally from month for us because of the quarter
da, where he became system," he said. "We never gave j
\lberto Guerrero, the exams at the end of the second <
Chilean pianist/pro-- quarter, so that month was usually <
dnesday night at the Koger Center as part of Black Hist
merican Students and the Carolina Program Union.
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pent touring Italy.
"The Milan audience was a marvelous
audience," he said. "I
njoyed going back and forth to
)lay there all the time."
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earlier pianos on his latest CD,
'Ray Dudley Plays an Erard
Jiano," recorded in Boston last
Aay and recently released by
Jarmonia Mundi. The recording
ncludes works of Ravel, Lizst,
Debussy and Chopin.
"The interesting thing about the
irard Piano is diat it was devel>ped
in die latter part of the 19th
:entury to almost the level of a
nodem concert piano," he said.
Dudley, who retired from the
JSC faculty in 1991, expressed
iptimism about the future of the
JSC music school, citing the plans
or a new facility. He pointed out
hat the Columbia Museum of Art
s also highly accessible to stulents.
The museum is located at Senate
md Bull streets. Admission to the
:oncert is free, but seating is limitid.
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