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By Deb Bettenhausen
Once a highly prestigious campus
organization, Kosmet Klub has fallen
victim to indebtedness and declining
membership, according to Student
Activities Director Jack Guthrie.
Kosmet Klub was created in 1911,
according to former club advisor Frank
Hallgren, who left his post in 1989 after
ten years with the club. The club's
initial purpose was to "produce original
theatrical productions with all-male
casts," Hallgren said.
Kosmet Klub productions were once
tradition on campus. The Fall Revue, a
production of skits, was customarily
presented on Thanksgiving Day by
fraternities and sororities. Coed Follies
were all-women productions whose
audiences were also exclusively female.
From the Coed Follies grew the
s to debts
tradition of Greek Follies, skits pre
sented by all Greek houses on campus.
Guthrie said the club has nearly been
uiipri bv the lack of money. In former
years $15,000-20,000 was spent on each
.production and debts resulted he said.
Kosmet Klubs last production was
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest which
was presented in the spring of 1973.
Guthrie said this production reduced the
debt considerably, but the club still
lacks the money to pay off all of its
Bernie Wurth, vice-president of last
year's organization, said he thinks there
is no interest at all in the club.
Donald Miller, present club a3visor,
said Kosmet Klub is planning a direct
mail appeal to their alumni, in hopes of
receiving enough donations to pay off
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By Rusty Reno
A succussful refriger
ator rental program has
established one of, if not
the highest budget for the
Residence Hall Associa
tion (RHA). President Tim
Evensen said at Thurs
day's meeting in Abel
In five days 450 refri
gerators were rented,
compared to a total last
year of about 225. The
estimated income to RHA
for rentals totaled
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He added that 100 more
refrigerators could easily
have been rented. At the
end of the first semester
about 50 refrigerators are
returned by residents who
leave the dormitories, he
said, and a list has already
developed for them.
The income from the
rentals increased the RHA
treasury to about $2,500.
Evensen said the large
treasury could enable
RHA to accomplish a lot If
lines of communication
are opened to each dorm
itory on campus.
Also at the meeting,
Evensen pointed out a
clause in the regent's
adopted campus housing
rules that states, "Halls
or floors which do not
have authorized visitation
at the beginning of the
year may not change their
status during the year."
It was reported that
residents In 10th floor
Cather were "very op
posed" to their no visita
tion policy. Residents in
eighth floor Pound were
reportedly not as dissatis
fied. Evensen urged a cri
tique of the new dorm
policies and students' atti
tudes in order that it may
be presented to the regents.
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