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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 18, 1955 February 18

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Identifier: clarion_v031i18_19550218
Overview Coeds pick Morton Roth as Dream Man. The College of Engineering will have Engineer’s Day on February 25, 1955. Three women in the race for A and S Woman Senator – Nancy Shiperd the newest candidate. Chancellor Alter commends Denver. Harrison Salisbury, foreign correspondent for the New York Times will present a lecture for the series on Mass Media and Foreign Policy. Freshman stage dance on February 19, 1955 – theme is “Ebony and Ivory”. Tax help offered.
Dates: 1955 February 18

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 28, 1956 February 3

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Identifier: clarion_v032i28_19560203
Overview DU Protests Liquor Code – “Detrimental” States Alter. Pulchritude Personified – finalists named for title of 1956 Kynewisbok Queen. Grad Students Interviewed by Companies. 45 Members of the Choir Leaves on Colorado Tour (February 3, 1956). Ugliest Man Elected on February 8, 1956. Hockey Coach Neil Celley Resigns. Publications Board announces two vacancies.
Dates: 1956 February 3

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 29, 1956 February 7

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Identifier: clarion_v032i29_19560207
Overview Dorm Hours Extended – Students Assessed Two Cents for Every Minute. “Ugly Boy” to be Chosen With Contributions to United Fund. Silver Anniversary – Rocky Mountain Speech Conference Convenes. Alter Comments – Air Force ROTC Continued at DU. Two Students Commissioned Regular Army. Board of Publications are due February 10, 1956. British Consulate Head, Thomas S. Tull, to Talk at DU on February 9, 1956. February 7, 1956 is Tag Day.
Dates: 1956 February 7

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 5, 1955 October 11

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Identifier: clarion_v032i05_19551011
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