The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 13, 1967, Page Page 3, Image 3

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The Daily Nebraskan
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LETS FACE IT . . . XU band performs superbly at Homecoming
BAILaOAO THK COWBOYS . . . the them e of A-'pha Xi Delta's Homecomicg display.
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NEBRASKA FANS . . . react in varied ways to the action on the football field.
Gail Skinner Reigns Over Husker Win
AlphaXVs 'Railroad? Cowboys For First
The crowning of the Uni
versity of Nebraska's 1967
Homecoming Queen. Gail
Skinner, highlighted the
Homecoming dance Friday
evening at the Coliseum .
Dss Skinner represented
Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
Her activities include East
Campus Student Union trea
surer, chairman of Builders
Student Foundation Com
mittee and Phi Upsilon
Omicron home economics
bonorary She is also sec
ond vice president of her
Barb Boczar, who repre
sented Pound Hall was
named first attendant
A voting tie resulted in
two second attendants. Mag
gie Evenson represented Al
pha Omicron P. and Joleen
Phillips represented San
doz Hall.
Tommy James and the
Shondells saw close to 5800
people pack the coliseum
in sardine-like fashion for
the Homecoming dance.
Also announced at the
dance were the winners of
the Homecoming displays.
Delta Upsilon and Gamma
Phi Beta teamed up for
their winning display, "Cow
boys, Breakfast of Champions."
Second place was award
ed to Chi Phi and Alpha
Xi Delta for their display,
"Railroad the Cowboys."
Five displays received
honorable mention. They
were, Phi Kappa Psi and
Alpha Phi, ' Can Can the
Cowboys"; Alpha Gamma
Rho and Alpha Chi Omega,
'Hottest Brand Going";
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and
Alpha Omicron Pi, "Ne
braska Beat Cowboys"; Phi
Gamma Delta and Kappa
Alpha Theta, "They'll be
Surrey they came to XU"
and Kappa Sigma and Kap
pa Kappa Gamma, "How
Ya Hangin, Cowboy?"
The Huskers heeded in
structions to devour, rail
road, and can can the Cow
boys in Saturday's 9-0 foot
ball victory. It w as the third
straight shutout performed
by the Huskers this fall.
In addition to the regu
larly returning alums, sun
ny skies were partially re
sponsible for the 65.461
Homecoming game atten
dance. The Cornhusker march
ing band paid tribute to the
armed services in a Vet
eran's Day half-time observance.
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BOHECOJnVG QUEEN GAIL SKIWER . . . boldj a foslbafl
wdofrapbed for feer by tbe Haitr team.
KEEPING A TRADITION' . . is Kimberly Coats, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
CtaU of Losgmont, Colo. Kimberly's fahter and grandfather both graduated from th