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"The World and Its Countries." the theme for the 1968 Homecoming, featured some of the best displays in years. Kach organization and dormitory chose a countrx as a theme and then related it to the Homecoming football game with Chadron. The S O. A. awarded trophies to the best three.
The Industrial Arts Club captured first place for their display. "Tower Over Chadron. France was the country, and a replica of the Kiffcl Tower was featured. It was equipped with a recording system that described what went into the construction of the display.
"A Victory in the Pouch' was the title of the second placed Alpha Mu Omega exhibit. Australia was the countrv. and the displax showed a kangaroo bouncing up and down.
Third place went to the Student Center Board for tin- "Coal Hush of ( S, with an animated mule and a prospector. The featured country was Canada.
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Dos Passos’ ‘U.S.A.’ Caps Homecoming Day
Chosen as the Homecoming Play for 1968, was I S A. , written In John Dos Passos. This was a dramatic review rather than a play and was staged in that maimer.
Consisting of two acts, the action of the review took place between the turn of the Century and 19-JO. The review presented the history of the I’nited States through narration, dialogue, and acting. Staged in the Fine Arts Auditorium, director Hubert Moore. Head oi (hr S| eeeh and Knglish Departments, and his assistants were at a disadvantage as to space, lighting and facilities. However, despite many dif-ficullics and several renovations of the stage, the production went very well for the audience.
Assisting Mr. Moore, in the capacity of student director, was Hill Austin, a senior speech major. Steve Mason, also a speech major, was in charge of arrangements for the lighting, and in securing properties for the stage.
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