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'Tha public doesn't owe us a trip to Europe," according
to Jack Snider, UNL professor of brass instruments and
director of the Cornhusker Marching Band. The band is
planning a trip to Europe, and it is short of its goal of
raising half of the $15U.uuu tour cost.
Through donations, candy and fresh fruit sales, as well as
other fund raising activities, the band has managed to
accumulate $55,000. However, Snider said some band
members still are having problems coming up with the
average trip fee of $540.
Snider said no more fund raising activities are planned.
"We've nearly dona everything-from raffling a car off to
peddling popcorn through the dorms." he said.
"It's so important that we go," said band member Pat
Bryant. "Europeans have never seen a marching band-we
can be the first." Bryant said soccer fields would aven have
to be lined so formations could be performed on them.
"But if we don't have a large band represenation, the
Europeans will never get the chance to really see our drills,
Snider said 1 75 band members will make the trip.
Besides five, marching performances, the band's schedule
will include two concerts.
Snider said he was disappointed there has not been the
over-all response from state citizens that he anticipated, but
th hand will ti!l make the trip. "Just Monday, I went
down and paid for our air fares-so we're really going," he
said. "But not without problems.
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Specialists on Latin
American Studies will gather
today and Friday to consider
the topic "The Interrelations
of Culture, Technology and
Development In Latin
America" in a symposium
sponsored by the UNL
Institute for International
Events today include two
speeches, "Culture and
Technology" at 9:30 a.m., by
German Acciniegas, Colombian
Ambassador to Italy and
Venezuela and "Humanism and
Technology", at 1:30 p.m. by
Vianna Moog, of the Conselho
Federal de Cuitura in Brazil.
The final major presentation
will be Friday at 9 a.m. on
"Culture and Technology."
presented by Donald M. Dozer
of the University of California
at Santa Barbara.
Panel discussions will
supplement the presentations.
Events are in the Nebraska
Union Centennial Room.
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