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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1974)
RHA holiday plans
Y'ie dinner, dance
Plans for the traditional Selleck Quadrangle
wassail dinner and the Burr-Fedde winter formal
were part of the discussion of coming Christmas
events at the Residence Hall Assoc. (RHA)
meeting Thursday night in Smith Hall.
Norma Watenpaugh, Selleck Quadrangle repre
sentative, reported on the wassil dinner scheduled
for Dec. 1 2 at Selleck. Joe Lux, Selleck Quadrangle
president, said among the guests invited are NU
Board of Regents members, UNL Chancellor
James Zumberge, the president and vice
president of ASUN, 'president of the Residence
Hall Assoc., top housing officials, the mayor of
Lincoln, and as an honored guest, John Selleck,
founder of the residence hall. Santa Claus will also
make an appearance and pass out candy canes,
Lux said. '
Guests and students from other residence halls
are invited to the dinner, Lux said, but they must
make a reservation by noon on Thursday at the
Selleck switchboard. Students will be given a time
card allowing them to eat in one of the three shifts.
A limit of 75 people from other residence halls will
be allowed to make reservations.
Lux said he anticipates an attendance of about
400 people at the semi-formal dinner which is
sponsored by the" Selleck government in coopera
tion with Selleck food service. Hors d' oeuvres will
be served in the snack bar beginning at 4:30 p.m.,
Lux said, and entertainment will be provided
during dinner and probably during the social
hours. . (
Ted Marek, Burr Hall representative, said their
traditional winter formal dance will be Dec. 13 at
the Flying V at Utica. Henry Nuxoil, Burr Hall
president, said Poly Chrome will play at the dance
from 9 to 12 p.m. which is sponsored by the
Burr-Fedde hall governments.
Tickets for the dance are $3.50 for couples or
$2.00 for singles.
The progress of uncompleted projects was also
discussed at the meeting. Tim Evensen, RHA
president,' said the residence hall capital im-
orovement proposal for $325,000 has been,
delivered'1 ta1 Ken,j Bader, vice' chancellor for
student affairs, and that copies of the proposal are
available at the RHA office.
Representatives- from the residence' halls
'epbrWThaf there "has been ndra'ctlon at their
government meetings concerning improvement of
parking facilities. 1 - - ,
The use of the scriber program in residence
halls was also reported by representatives. The
Scriber is an instrument to inscribe a student's
name or identification number on plastic, metal, or
wooden objects. Evensen described the program
as a "successful flop" and encouraged represen
tatives to publicize the program more in' their
halls, and make the scribers easily accessible. -
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