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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Wednesday; December 5, 1951
koltull Players Impressed By Miami Hospitality, Florida Weather,
Swimming Parties, 30 Girls, Pleasure Cruise Provide tntertainme
By JAN PICKARD
Miami has received unanimous
acclaim from enthusiastic Ne
braska gridders. The University
of Miami sponsored a pleasure
cruise and swimming parties
while the football players were
there and added a contingent of
about 30 girls. The married boys
and those with steadies at home
had small parties of their own in
their hotel rooms , , . (without
Comments from the football
John Bordogna: "We were al
lowed to do anything we wanted.
Florida has beautiful girls and
Nebraska has beautiful girls. They
are about equal."
Ray Novak: "No comment."
Joe Ponsiego: "It was wonder
fulparticularly swimming until
Californian Bear Handshy:
That is strictly a vacation land.
The weather and hospitality were
great. In fact, the only rain that
fell was at 5 o'clock Monday
morning while I was taking my
last dip in the Atlantic ocean."
Kay Curtis: "The nonaa peo-
pie are very hospitable. They all
seemed to know we were football
players everyone from taxi driv
ers to the girls. The weather was
cold for the natives but we all
thought it was terrific. Food was
great but expensive. Wonderful
trip, but it is going to take an
other week to recuperate."
Tony Winey: "Nothing like it.
Just two glorious days of hitting
all the night spots and going on
sightseeing tours. Nebraska's girls
are better looking than those in
George Panlch: "Just let your
imagination run away. The Ne
braska girls are better than the
Courtesy Lincoln Star.
Miami girls. All the Miami coeds
are from New Jersey anyway."
Verl Scott: "It was almost un
believable. If we told the people
about it they wouldn't believe us
Evidently the trip to Miami was
a complete success except for the
New officers of Love, Raymond
and Hepner halls were announced
by Marge Danley, governor of the
women's residence halls. Elec
tions were held Nov. 30.
President of Raymond hall is
Jean Marsh, a senior in Arts and
Science college. Jean May is vice
president; Bonnis Gries is secre-tarv-treasurer
and Lola Foss is
Pat Bradlev is president of
Love hall. Miss Bradley is a
freshman in Teachers college.
Vice president is Sue Anderson;
Marymaude Bedford is secretary
treasurer and Jean De Long is
Another Teachers college fresh
man, Joan Larson, is Hepner hall's
president. Glenda Pearson is vice
president; Barbara Jones is secretary-treasurer
and Marianne Kuns
is social chairman.
The presidents succeed the
1950-51 prexies who were: Sue
Gorton, Raymond; Jody Holden,
Love; and Pat Ball, Hepner.
Formal Fashions . . .
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"shocking" colors of red, purple,
and peacock blue are close
runners-up, and are excellent
accessory colors for black or
And this year's cocktail party
headgear includes nose veils and
Last spring's nose veils have
been dressed up for winter with
sequins and tiny rhinestones
forming patterns on the forehead
and at the temples.
Cocktail hats are small and
nearly all of them rlitter. The
glitter is often repeated on
gloves, evening bags and shoes.
But whether a coed chooses
the "either" or the "or" party
fashion, she will be approved by
fashion in everything that lends
the festive feeling that she is
as important to a party as soft
lights and gay chatter.
Latest styles in women's spring
suits: $18.75 to $25; imported
French designs and latest New
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MILITARY BALL TRIMMINGS . . . Lloyd Keller. Pershing Rifles commander, is sending tne
nine crack squad members and two alternates through one or weir pre-muiiary Ban arms, me
squad will perform their maneuvers before the Honorary Commandant presentation Friday night
Keller is shown at the far left with (1. to r.) Dave Chapman, D. Felton. John Carr, Bill Wilson,
William Neef, Simon Delisi, Richard Faes. De Louis. Ron Whitney. Bill Hamsa and Lloyd Peterson.
CC To Reveal
Outstanding 1951 Coed Coun
selors will be revealed at the an
nual Coed Counselor Christmas
tea, Dec. 13, from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
at Ellen Smith hall.
The coeds who will be recog
nized will be selected on the basis
1. Interest shown in the or
ganization. 2. Participation in project work.
3. Contact with their "little
Theodore Johnson, Lutheran Pastor,
To Speak At IVCF Youth Meet Thursday
The Rev. Theodore Johnson will Burnett hall Friday at 5 p.m.,
speak on "What is Your Purpose Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Wednesday
in Life?" at the regular Inter-at 5 p.m.
Varsity Christian Fellowship meet-!
ing Thursday, Nov. 29, Room 315; Roger CrOSSqrOVe WiflS
of the Union. The meeting will!. ti A . .
in n.i. Mir v-ompefmon
A graduate of the University
has been named winner of a $500
art competition in New York. City.
Roger Crossgrove of Lincoln,
begin at 7:30 p.m.
Reverend Johnson is pastor of
Sinai Lutheran church of Fremont.
He is a graduate of Augustana
Seminary, Rock Island, 111.
The speaker will give the first took top honors in the Emily
of a series of three pre-Christmas! Lower awards, according to the
4. Ratings given by their
Eighteen Coed Counselors were
chosen aas outstanding "big
"sisters" at the Christmas tea last
Joan Follmer will be in charge
of arrangements for the Christ
mas tea. Awards will be presented
to the outstanding Coed Coun
selors by Mary Hubka, president.
All Coed Counselors and fresh
men women are invited to attend
little! Regular weekly BiDie
will be held in Room
Silk hose were 45 cents a pair
Nov. 15 issue of The Art Digest.
Crossgrove will be allowed a one
man exhibition to begin in May,
1952, plus the cash prize.
His entry was a vertical panel
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Keeping a half-century , tradi
tion, the University School of Fine
Arts will present the "Messiah"
at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 in the
This oratorio was first per
formed at the University in De
cember, 1901. Mrs. Carrie Belle
Raymond, for whom Raymond
hall is named, directed the 100
volce chorus. In reporting the
event, The Daily Nebraskan at
that time said. "All who at
tended - were favorably im
pressed by the first appearance
of what will be an annual
Twenty-five cents admission
was charged to complete payment
of the University organ. The or
gan, which was first built for the
trans-Mississippi exposition had
just been installed in Grant Mem
orial hall. It was used to accom
pany the first presentation of the
By 1905, the presentation of
the "Messiah" was established
as a Christmas-time tradition at
the University. Mrs. Raymond
directed the performances until
1927 when Howard Kirkpatrick
took charge of the presenta
tions. He conducted the yearly per
formances until 1939 when Dr.
Arthur Westbrook became direc
tor. Dr. Westbrook has conducted
the presentations since then, with
the exception of 1946 and 1943
when Prof. David Foltz was in
This year, Dr. Westbrook will
conduct a 600-voice chorus.
Any student or alum who has
sung the "Messiah" before is
welcome to sing in the chorus
this year. All interested people
should meet at the Coliseum for
practice at 1 p.m. Saturday and
1:15 p.m. Sunday.
Gifts and corsages will be the I x C-., r,
main topics of discussion at Wed--'n'on IO Sponsor Coffee
S? Sesesir5p.me STeM Ho" Folowng 'Messiah
Union lounge. The Union will sponsor a coffee
a u cu..i. j; hour in the Union lonnpp follnw-
sion leader. She will present ideasin the "Messiah" concert Sunday fer
concerning kinds of corsages and j afternoon.
various gilt suggestions. coiiee, cocoa ana cnrisimas ; -f
A display of rose, gardenia, "ff will be served. An organ-1 '(7,
orchid, carnation and combination Plav Christmas background: l l
corsages will be on hand for the mLs'c- ,. . . , , , J
students to observe. , The, coffee hour will be heldl
r T .. .. ,. from 4:30 to 6 p.m. under the aus-
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suggestions that they have to the
Two more series are planned
before Christmas vacation. Next
week's discussion will be on chap
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$1.00 per Spectator
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