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Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:

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

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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 26, 1956 January 27

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Identifier: clarion_v032i26_19560127
Overview Zellerbach Next Speaker; Industry’s Stake in World Affairs Evaluated in Talk. J.D. Zellerbach president of the multi-million dollar Crown-Zellerbach corporation, will give a lecture at the DU Social Science Foundation series on January 30, 1956. Ethnology of North America – Students to Enroll in Course via Television. Ugly Man Contest is Feature of Student United Fund Drive, to be held on February 8, 1956. Dr. W.M. Stowe - “We Live in a Disturbed World,” States Religious Keynoter in Talk. DUers...
Dates: 1956 January 27

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

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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 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 3, 1955 October 4

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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 36, 1956 March 2

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Identifier: clarion_v032i36_19560302
Overview Housing Policy Changed – 21-year-old Coeds eligible to move in. Outstanding Coeds Announced at Annual AWS Banquet Event – Sally Griffith Klendshoj was named “Miss University of Denver” and Dr. Dorothy Humiston was chosen as the University’s outstanding faculty woman. Two DU’ers Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society on March 15, 1956. Norma Jean Carpenter receives the Georgia Crowell Cup from Kappa Delta.
Dates: 1956 March 2

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 4, 1955 October 7

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Identifier: clarion_v032i04_19551007
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

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 42, 1956 April 10

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Identifier: clarion_v032i42_19560410
Overview Coed Wins Rifle Championship. Board to Pick New Editors for the Clarion and K-Book. Two ROTC Cadets Feted. University of Denver School of Hotel and Restaurant Management celebrated its 10th Anniversary. British Offer Marshall Grant. May Days – May Queen Finalists Chosen. Cheerleader Tryouts.
Dates: 1956 April 10

The Denver Clarion, vol. 32, issue 46, 1956 April 24

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Identifier: clarion_v032i46_19560424
Overview Sandra Theis and Evelyn Moore were unanimously elected as editors of The Denver Clarion and Kyneswisbok, respectively. AUSA and Class Constitutions Okayed in Student Vote. Nominations due April 24, 1956 for All-School, Class Officers. DU Choir to Sing for Methodist Conference. Student Y to Attend Confab. And a Young Man’s Fancy - Pictured are the five lovelies who are vying for the title of May Day Queen.
Dates: 1956 April 24