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Homecoming

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 4, 1954 October 15

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Identifier: clarion_v031i04_19541015
Overview The brains behind Homecoming – Jan Evans (Queen Chairman), Tom Bottone (Homecoming Chairman) and Nancy Corpening (Homecoming Secretary). Sigma Chi to brand freshman cowgirls at the annual Sigma Chi Rodeo, one of the largest Greek events of the year, held on October 16, 1954, at Observatory Park. Homecoming Queens to apply immediately to be considered for candidacy must do so by October 19, 1954. Nominees for class offices announced. Sophomore pictures due by October 30, 1954 for the K Book....
Dates: 1954 October 15

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 6, 1954 October 29

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Identifier: clarion_v031i06_19541029
Overview Five Coeds Vie for Homecoming Queen Crown (Nancy Corpening, Audry Eklund, Sheila McConnell, Patricia Nichols and Patricia Rose). Complete Election Tabulation Results from Class Elections on October 27, 1954. Homecoming next week. Will Herberg (religious lecturer), will be the key note speaker during Religion in Life Week (November 17-21, 1954). Small voter turnout for Class Elections. Winter Carnival Chairman applications due. Student Senate held on November 2, 1954.
Dates: 1954 October 29

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 7, 1954 November 5

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Identifier: clarion_v031i07_19541105
Overview It’s Homecoming – Nancy Corpening is announced as Homecoming Queen by Chancellor Alter on November 3, 1954. Her Royal Court also includes Audry Eklund, Sheila McConnell, Patricia Nichols and Patricia Rose, all of whom will reign over the Homecoming festivities.
Dates: 1954 November 5

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 8, 1954 November 12

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Identifier: clarion_v031i08_19541112
Overview Harry Belafonte to Perform for coffee hour, Monday November 15, 1954 in the UPC Student Union. Student Senate meeting to be held on November 16, 1954. Nicholas Helburn, a representative of the Foreign Study and Research Fellowship Program of the Ford Foundation will be on campus, November 16, 1954. News Roundup – Send Team Off, Windy Whirl, K-Book Costs Up and Nightshirt Parade. Pioneer enrollment increases. U.S. Policy in Orient Criticized by Dr. Harold H. Fisher who lectured at the...
Dates: 1954 November 12