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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1984)
Friday, October 5, 1934
By George Davis
Dally Nebrskan Stiff Writer
For most people, today's Home
coming parade will be filled with
f una and excitement, says Home
coming parade chairwoman Sta
Hodakowski, who began plan
ning the parade in March, said
the key to the parade's success is
organization and participation.
"We seem to have everything
under control," Hodakowski said.
"I think everyone who comes out
for the parade will have a good
Hodakowski said the problems
with organizing the parade mostry
involved working with Lincoln
and UNL police and finding cars
for all of the royalty candidates
to ride in.
"We finally got the cars for the
royalty from the Shriners in
Omaha "she said.
"To have a parade you must get
the OK from the Traffic Engineer
ing Department, the police depart
ment and the mayor's of fice, Hoda
kowski said. "Then you have to
pay five dollars for a parade per
mit." The parade is scheduled to begin
at 6:30 p.m. in front of Pershing
Auditorium at Centennial Mall
and N streets, and will go west on
N street to 11th street where it
will go north to O street and then
east to 16th Street.
The parade then will move north
on 16th Street to U Street, where
it will turn west for one block
before turning north to Broyhill
Fountain in front of Selleck Quad
rangle. This year's parade will be longer
and have more participants,"
Hodakowski said. "It will.be great
if the weather is nice."
The parade will consist of the
Homecoming candidates, floats,
election candidates, the UNL band
and other groups," Hodakowski
Floats will be judged at the
corner of 13th and 0 streets in
front of the NBC Plaza. Awards
les, speeches, floats
ecoming parade Tun'
will oe given for floats in two
categories, with several UNL admini
strators and students serving as
Although the parade will be
fun for most, the Lincoln Police
Department and the UNL police
will have their hands full with the
45-minute traffic interruption.
"We will have to divert about 22
men for two hours to handle traf
fic during the parade," said Capt.
James Baird of the Lincoln Police
Department. "In addition we have
also spent about 25 hours plan
ning for the parade."
"The easy part is having the
parade," Baird said. The hard
part is handling all the traffic
congestion that results.
Hodakowski .said this year's
parade route was changed from
last year's route because of the
many traffic problems that were
created with the route.
A pep rally will follow Friday's
parade at Broyhill Fountain with
the announcement of parade-float
winners and speeches by UNL
football players. The UNL Pep
Band and cheerleaders will per
form and UNL Athletic Director
Bob Devaney and Coach Tom
Osborne, as well as Mayor Roland
Leudtke, are scheduled to appear.
Friday's Homecoming activities
will conclude with the Chicago
concert at the Bob Devaney Sports
Center, which starts at 8:30 p.m.
The 1084 Homecoming celebra
tion ends Saturday with the NU
Oklahoma State football game at
Memorial Stadium. The Home
coming Royalty couple, who were
chosen by students at a campus
wide election Wednesday, will be
crowned during half time festivities.
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Ziverts recalls having a differ- style German. The eyestrain would
ent kind of problem. She said that have been incredible, and the
when she was asked to translate task would have taken a magnify-
a sprinkling system proposal into ing glass and more time than the
Russian for Valmont Industries modern languages department
of Valley, she had to do some could spare, he said,
research first But sometimes, tne ability to
She said she knew absolutely translate and do it well can carry
nothing about irrigation systems serious political consquences,
and what she learned came from Albanese said. Albanese cited an
books at the UNL Agriculture example of the translating
Library. Ziverts said that in many blunder that occurred to Presi-
instances, she could not find a dent Jimmy Carter in his Poland
Russian word that fit the English speech in 1977.
meaning. She would then use the When Caxter told the Polish
Latin definition from an encyc- people, "I have come...to learn
lopedia as a substitute. your opinions and understand
However, some things would be your desires for the future," his
too difficult to translate, Jacob- interpreter goofed, Albanese said,
son said. , The interpreter told the public
For example, Jacobson said, a Carter said, "I desire the Poles
woman brought her German carnally."
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