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University of Denver. Associated Women Students


To elect "The Man They Would Most Like To Hang On To" in the AWS 1957 King election.

Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 15, 1955 January 28

Identifier: clarion_v031i15_19550128
Overview Bob Blackman resigns as Grid Coach. Pioneer Mentor to take three aides to Dartmouth College – Coach Bob Blackman to take a line coach, backfield coach and freshman coach with him to Dartmouth. Dorms Regulate Their Own Rules; Resolution on Girls’ Residence Tabled – this was decided at a special meeting of the Student Senate on January 18, 1955. Chaplaincy Post considered by Interim Committee. Noted folk singer, Gil Houston to appear in the UPC Student Union on January 28, 1955. Grade point...
Dates: 1955 January 28

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 17, 1955 February 11

Identifier: clarion_v031i17_19550211
Overview A and S Election Postponed – elections for the post of female senator postponed. Nancy Corpening and Donna Walter are the nominees. John Roning named DU Football Coach. Kappa Sigma receives full year probationary status. Coeds nominated for offices, AWS election date is February 18, 1955. Union board of governors present Deuce’s Wild Combo – jazz group composed of DU students. Next Clarion is the Powder Puff.
Dates: 1955 February 11

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 19, 1955 February 25

Identifier: clarion_v031i19_19550225
Overview 32 Pioneer Students named to Who’s Who in American Colleges. Engineer’s Day Festivities. Patty Baker honored as Miss Denver U for 1955 – she received the honor at the Associated Women Students’ (AWS) banquet. Suzanne Dress named as outstanding junior woman of the year and the newly elected president of AWS on the UPC. Miss Esther Dimchevsky was presented with the Faculty Award at the AWS banquet.
Dates: 1955 February 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 27, 1956 January 31

Identifier: clarion_v032i27_19560131
Overview Ugly Boy Finalists Picked (Larry Ross, Jimmy Bowen, Lavern Beggs, John Cocagne and Dick Berry) – Winner “Buys” Election Votes. Nine Chosen – Candidates Vie for Book Royalty. Pete Novick elected Senior Prexy. Help wanted at Student Union. “Y” Announces Week’s Plans. AWS Council Meets to Revise Constitution. Edward Dunklee, UN Prexy, Speaks to International Relations Club. Bryan Lopp to Speak on February 1, 1956. Paradise’s Royal Pair – Marlys Nelson and Gene Diedrich were elected the “last King...
Dates: 1956 January 31

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 3, 1955 October 4

Identifier: clarion_v032i03_19551004
Overview Coeds elect King on October 4, 1955. First student Senate meeting of the year held on October 4, 1955. Frats nominate eight for AWS “Apron King” (Bob Bryant, Ken Curtis, Jack Deeter, Orville Duffy, Sonny Moore, Mike Pappas, Paul Plath and Bob Siegelman). Men’s Dorms elect officers. Glen Buse, DU varsity football star was injured in automobile accident. “Y” slates gala events for membership quest. DU boasts new housemothers.
Dates: 1955 October 4

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 31, 1956 February 14

Identifier: clarion_v032i31_19560214
Overview Legislature Revises Law – Hotel is Assured Liquor license. Donald E. Hyndman - Alum to Address Engineer Students. Dr. Levette J. Davidson to give Book Review on Friday, February 17, 1956. Agency Needs Career Men. Greek Show. DU Students Winners in Speech Conference. AWS Nominations. Mexican Cellist Here, February 15, 1956. Heart and Flowers… A Valentine Bonus (two Clarion Cuties pictured – Carol McClung and Virginia Hickman).
Dates: 1956 February 14

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 32, 1956 February 17

Identifier: clarion_v032i32_19560217
Overview DU Raises Tuition – Quarter Hour Hike Effective Next Year (1957); announced by Chancellor Alter. Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) Vetoes Name Band Proposal 13-1. The Associated Women Students (AWS) Women’s Week February 19-27, 1956. Victor G. Reuther, assistant to the vice president of the newly combined AF of L and CIO Labor Unions, named Sixth Lecturer, February 20, 1956.
Dates: 1956 February 17

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 33, 1956 February 21

Identifier: clarion_v032i33_19560221
Overview Coeds Celebrate “Week” – AWS Sponsors Various Activities for Women’s Week February 19-27, 1956. Tryouts slated for Frosh Show on February 21, 1956. Polls open on February 24, 1956 for AWS Elections. Student Senate to meet on February 21, 1956. “Children of the A-Bomb”- feature film sponsored by the Student Y. Foreign Policies in Coming Campaign to be Discussed. Queen Engineer Honored – Lynn Allred.
Dates: 1956 February 21

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 34, 1956 February 24

Identifier: clarion_v032i34_19560224
Overview Ken Furman Co-ed Dream Man – Powderpuffs Crown Kenny, King, Coe-eds “Gone” on Campus Hero (Ken is named the 1956 Coed Journalist Dream Man). Elizabeth Fackt, will be the guest speaker at the Banquet to Highlight AWS, Women’s Week. Denver to Host Arnold Air Society Confab. Annual AWS Elections on February 24, 1956, all women eligible to cast ballots. Alpha Eta Rho holds dinner. Looking for a shiner - pictured are Don Buchanan who is getting his shoes shined by Carolyn Alkire and Sally Rose...
Dates: 1956 February 24

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 35, 1956 February 28

Identifier: clarion_v032i35_19560228
Overview Who’s Who Announced – Thirty Students Picked for Book. Chancellor Alter Discusses New Tuition Raise. DG (Delta Gamma) SAE (Sigma Alpha Epsilon) Give to Blood Bank. Greek Holidays Queen Finalists to be Chosen on March 6, 1956. AWS Elects New Officers – Elizabeth (Vandy) Vandegrift was elected president of AWS; Elizabeth Fackt is Keynote Speaker.
Dates: 1956 February 28