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Motios Pinto of the Germon Youth Symphony performs o cello solo
The foll of 1985 wos morlsed by on
unusuol number of speciol musicol
events. These events were the
beginning of on effort by the Fine
Arts Deportment to increose the
number of musicol presentotions
given ot Btecls. The performonces
were intercontinentol, with groups
from Europe, Asio, ond the United
The first presentotion wos o conf
cert given by The Germon Youth
Symphony, whose members
were hosted by Brecls students
during their stoy in the Twin Cities.
The orchestro ployed severol
numbers, including o beoutiful celf
wos given by the United Stotes
Novol Acodemy Choir. Not only
could they sing, but they hod o
sense of humor os well. Senior
Soroh Libertus even joined the
choir for one number, complete
with morching ond hond motions.
Outstonding choreogrophy, os
well os o voriety of music ronging
from '5O's songs to Novy bollods,
contributed to the group's success.
Third wos o presentotion given by
0 group of Chinese ocrobots ond
musicions from the l3eUing Conser-
votory of Music. They performed
mony troditionol Chinese donces
ond musicol selections, giving
Below: The Chinese ortists performed mony donces drown from Chinese cultur
If ' X
The Chinese doncers opened their progrom with o troditionol drogon donce
The second musicol presentotion
Brecls students insights into Chinese
The Blessing of the Animols, on onnuol Brecls event
These two Chinese comics enrertoined the school with o fonrostic musicol ond ' ' '
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Blue And Gold
Homecoming is rrodirionolly morlsed
by o series of speciol dress-up doys,
eoch wirh o differenr rheme ond
sryle of dress. Homecoming '85
gove us Medio Sror Doy, Beoch
Doy, Hippie Doy, Closs Doy, ond
Blue ond Gold Doy. Porriciporion
ond enrhusiosm increosed sreodily
os Homecoming Doy drew neor.
Closs Doy, which wos corefully
ploned ond onnounced by the vor-
ious cioss officers, wos eosily rhe
mosr populor. On rhis doy eoch cioss
chose o disrincrive mode of dress,
eoch cioss, rhor is, excepr rhe sopho-
mores, who chose simply ro dress os
rhemselvesl The freshmen chose
pojomos, rhejuniors chose ro imirore
sophomore Woody Rosh, ond the
seniors chose rogos. "Woody Doy"
for rhe juniors wos especioily funny
- rhey plosrered rheir holl wirh
posrers ronging from "Woody
Rules" ro "Woody: o legend in his
On Fridoy, roword rhe end of fifrh
hour, the srudenrs become more
ond more resfless. When the bell
rong, rhe srudenrs hurried ro fhe
chopei for rhe coronorion ond seor-
ed rhemselves quickly, onxious ro
find our who would be rhe 1985
Homecoming King ond Queen.
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