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Found in 140 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Homecoming revisited. The Chancellor and Queen Fran – Queen Fran De Young was named queen and coronated by Chancellor Alter. Chloe! Where’s Chloe? – Herb Hoard peeks out of the HRM Victor television looking for Chloe in the production of “Suspense” at the Greek Talent Show. Goodbye, Cruel World – The DU football player flushed the Utah Aggie down the toilet, as the judges awarded Lambda Chi Alpha first place for their house decoration. There’s Method to Our Madness – The Phi Kappa Sigma’s prize...
Dates: 1955 November 15
Overview The Coventry Nativity Presented December 13, 1955. Pre-Registration Counseling for the undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Pajama Parade is Thanksgiving Eve. Engineers Hold Class Nominations – Arts and Sciences postponed. Debate Team return victorious from Annual CU Tournament. Directories out today. Men on the DU campus return to having no beards after Homecoming.
Dates: 1955 November 18
Overview Student Senate Elects (Jack Deeter as president of student body; Ken Furman as president of the College of Arts and Sciences; Sandy Theis as secretary. Class election dates set; Chairmen report. 1955 Homecoming theme is picked – “Sense and Nonsense.” KVDU is back – Jim Palmquist is the new manager. DU Enrollment climbs upward. Three names as finalists in the search for the “Apron King” – Sonny Moore, Paul Plath and Orville Duffy. Fall Ball on October 7, 1955.
Dates: 1955 October 7
Overview Class nominations on October 11, 1955 – Arts and Science in Little Theater, Bizad in Room 247 and Engineers in E1-1. Dr. Margaret Mead is first Social Science Foundation Lecturer on October 17, 1955. Chancellor Alter welcomes US Air Academy. Paul Plath named “Apron King” at Fall Ball. Homecoming Chairmen to meet in Pioneer Room. Patricia Beck, was featured as a cover girl on a woman’s magazine in Spain. Sponsor Corps Deadline; Voting by Cadets October 15, 1955. All-School Dance hosted by Kappa...
Dates: 1955 October 11
Overview Homecoming Committee Incorporated. Tryouts for Greek Talent Show, Family Night Tickets are Available. Student Senate Meeting on October 18, 1955. Independent students to Organize on campus. Faculty discusses DU enrollment. Bookstore change is important decision. Student directory out Fall Quarter. Four Wheels or Bust. All students nominated for class officers must pick up a certification blank. All Freshmen meeting on October 18, 1955.
Dates: 1955 October 18
Overview Tonight (October 26, 1956) is Family Night – Free Tickets Available in Activities Office. Election Results. Family Nighters Ready for Game. CCC Governors Open Applications for New Board. Clarion Sponsors Mock Election for All Students Next Week. IFC Makes New Recommendations at Tuesday meet. Senate Hosts Open House. 15 Days to Homecoming. K-Book Deadlines.
Dates: 1956 October 26
Overview Camera Retraces DU Homecoming Events. Various images from Homecoming Activities – Chancellor Alter crowns Homecoming Queen Elaine Petersen. Image of the BYU-Denver Game. Image of a Float. Beard Growers Extraordinary. Petticoats of Paris.
Dates: 1956 November 13
Overview Dr. Raymond Barnard, DU English Professor, Dies of Heart Attack. Homecoming Chairman Applications. Regional Director to Talk on UFD. Join the Union’ Campaign Ends With a ‘Bang’ Former DU Student Dies in Auto Crash. “Henry IV” Starts Friday. HRM Society to Sponsor Pancake Supper Sunday.
Dates: 1957 January 29