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WWaOC3S'U11S Pavich Announces GJL Homecoming Events Queen Election: Tuesday Nov. at 9:50 a.m. Payne Gym. Mary Ann Schelpler; Chairman. I. Candidates A. Each club and organization will submit a candidate. She will be a member of the Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class. Deadline: Oct. 20. B. Each club president will in1 Tuesday, October 18, 1966 Volume 13, No. 5 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH troduce the clubs candidate. II. Election and Results. A. Election will follow the assembly. B. Candidates will be informed of the results on Thursday morning, Nov. 3. lay Females? Ready Fit aturday At Dane Hansen 1:30 (by LARRY WILLIAMS) On October 22, the crime of the century will be commited before thousands of sadistic sport fans. Among the polluted masses, there will probably be a cry of horror as some rustic faculty member sees the barbarianism of cultured young ladies when they batter each other for a mere six points. However, the foot ball game is good background for later in their P.D.A. (Public display of affection) lives. The Butchers, trained by Butch Gullace and EmThe Goose erson M. Giddings Boyd, are: Postition and Name: Ob, Linda Charger Shields. Pat Hb, End , P.P. Juicy Center, Ann Panchison. Joy Voita The Big Deal Wheeler. Fuller T, Nedra Brush Sudden Death Ducky G, DeMars Bench, Molly Motor Mouth McCoy. Hb, Johnson. Cagey Karen Keller Astronomical Fb, Ann Wasson. End, Pam Sam the Sham Smith. T, Mary LSD (Little Stump Indendoli. Defense) Pinno G, Punchy Poison Team Nurse, The Blond Bomb Reed. Gow Bench, Carol The Sly Seventeen trained by Russ Saint Nicholas. Bud The Pud Tonnesen, and Horse Chip Moran, are go-go-- oo Position and Name: T, E, Cindy Bloody Barnstorming C, Sandy Ace KiUer Hb, Qb, 6, Furious Caroline Barwick Sue Bern-stro- m. Cunningham Kathy Dunn Frankie Ford Cream Puff Klas. T, Marilee Lippy Lipphardt OsJan Agent 009 Hb, trander. Fb, Bashing Barbara Par-ad- y. 6, Jackie The Ripper Shaw Bench, Sandy, Beach Strom Water Girl, Rosemary Re- - unit. pelling Workman. T, Jaynalene Twinkle Toes Shew. Charging Shields has coiled snakes around her neck and a spear in hand. Looking more Tetrazenni like the fabled in a Wagnerian Opera than a pigskin player, she will attempt to overcome the gods and bring a glory and victory to femininity. Another vote of thanks should .be given to Mrs. Hansen for her most generous contribution to The Dane Hansen the campus. stadium gives our sophisticated feminine coeds another wonderful opportunity to show their cultural background and the lady like way in which they conduct themselves everyday. I am sure they will be abel to utilize this valuable education and social training in later years. Another to the world of our example culturally educated, well rounded, women from Westminster (please dont take College. this seriously). coming '66. C. Results will be announced to the student body in the special Homecoming edition of the Parson on Thursday afternoon. Coronation of Homecoming Queen - Friday Nov. 4, 7:30 p.m. Payne Gym. MaryAnnSchepler; ChairI. Queen and attendants will be escorted to the throne by their dates. The Queen and her attendants - will wear formal WAWS Plan Float And Sadie Hawkins dress. II. The Queen will be crowned by the Alumni president and will be presented with flowers. She will reign over the Talent Show. Talent Show - Friday, Nov. 4, 7:45 p.m. Payne Gym. Marie McCarthy: Chairman. I. Participants A. People wishing to participate in the Talent Show will submit boys. I dont mean to be discriminatory, but this article is strictly for the feminne of the species to tell 'them of the organization on campus especially for them: AWS. .Now, girls. You are all members of this esoteric group known as the WAWS (Westminster AsOkay their names and specific talent to the chairman no later than Oct. 20. B. People sociated Women Students). And we WAWS have big plans for this must be willing to attend rehearsals when called by the chairman. year. n. Prizes Besides our meetings of chitchat and goodies, well lay the groundwork for our Sadie Hawkins dance which is your chance to get hold of the fellas you wantl Well have lots of fun tossing around ideas, paint and informal request from Ferry Hall, a welcome to Freshman from SGAC, suggestions for organizations sponsoring dances An and D-D- ay plans came up in the SGAC meeting. Ferry Hall requested $20 from SGAC for its open house. Hogle Hall and Ferry Hall are under the same organization, but Hogle Hall and Ferry Hall are under the same organization, but Hogle funds are unavailable. officers members welcomed the new freshmen ofSGAC ficers. and It was brought up that organizations should be responsible for policing their dances, keeping the drinking under control and see that the high school kids ,stay out. D-D- ay cided- that was discussed and de- class officers that lost will be in charge of clean up. Class officers will also be responsible for the cheerleaders. The game was scheduled for 2:30. Drill team asked that their float money be given for a banner which will be used in all SGAC gave athletic functions. team the drill $15. October 19, Sherman Lloyd will speak on campus. The Young Republicans urge all students to attend. The Constitution was passed 315 to 17. It is being printed. Forty entries, including 15 floats have been entered in the homecoming parade. get is to know; Maddy Bilbao the one with the curly black hair, president of vice; Paddy Hall, the one with the smiling eyes is keeper of the nntes; Mar-qui- ta Evins, the small one, is keeper of the gold; and Pat Panchison, the tall one, is IAWS correspondent. Youll be able to tell us, were the ones wearing blue. We hope1 youll take part in everything, cause its all for you. H. AH units will be in place on Burma Road by 10:00 a.m. III. Parade will proceed promptly at 10:30, west on 17th South to 9th East, south on 9th East to 21st south, east on 21st south to 11th east, south on 11th east to Simpson Ave., east on Simpson to 13th east, 13th east to 17th north on west on 17th south to south, campus. Sugar House park stop has been cancelled. IV. Floats will be parked in order on the lower parking lot. V. Judging of the floats will end with the close of the parade. Winners will be announced at half-tiof the game and prizes will be awarded at the Homecoming Dance. Game: Westminster vs. Fort Lewis 1:30 Nov. 5,HansenMem-ori- al Stadium Stan Jones: M. C. me man. paper napkins , for our home- coming float, plus a Womans Day just for you with fashions and tea. .Later we have a Spring Formal and a breakfast for,' the senior girls. In between times well sell those beautiful sweatshirts. In short, well have something for everyone. Mostly we have a great time when we get together and my officers are people that you should lotted to each float in the south parking lot. II. Refreshments, lighting, and music will be supplied to those who are working on floats. III. Judging for the floats will begin at 9:00 p.m. Participation and sportsmanship will be key factors in awarding prizes. IV. All float designs will be submitted to the Homecoming Chairmen by Oct. 15. All plans must be approved before money will be allotted. Parade Saturday, Nov. 5 at 10:30 a.m. John Pavich and Connie Damron: Chairmen. I. All units will be assigned a number which must be displayed on the right front corner of All participants will be eligible for one of the prizes. These will be given to first, second, and third place winners. HI Judges A. Judges will be chosen by the chairman B. The Queen will announce the results , and present . the awards. Bonfire Friday, N6v. 4, 8:30 p.m. Larry Gilson: Chairman I. The cheerleaders will be for the bonfire. responsible H. The football team and coach will be present and the coach will speak. III. The queen will give the torch to the who, in turn will light the fire. IV. Cheers will follow, con. " , . - Co-captai- ns, with the school song. cluding V. The pep Band will be present. Float party Friday Nov. 4. 9:00 p.m. in Homecoming Committee charge. I. All floats must be on campus by Friday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. Space will be al I. Pre-gaA. Pep club me 1:00 march B. Presentation - Mrs. Hansen and National Flag ceremony Anthem C. Presentation of the Queen 1. of Presentation game ball to 2. Introduction of coach and team. II. Game 1:30 HI. Half time 2:30 A. Parade of floats Announcement of winners B. Introductions 1. Dr. Arbogast 2. Alumni present 3. Other guests C. Announcements 1. Reception 2. Dance Queens Reception Marimon Nov. Lounge, Saturday, 5, 5:00 p.m. Faculty Wives in Co-capta- ins charge. I. All students, alumni, and friends are inveted. H. Line will consist of Queen and attendents. President of the College, and the Alumni presi- dent. III. Refreshments served. will be Homecoming Dance - Saturday Nov. 5, 8:30 p.m. Steve Martinez: Chairman I. Dance will be held in Marimon Lounge and Walker Dining Room. n. At the intermission, awards will be made to winning float sand grounds decorations. Talent show awards will be given also. HI. Dress for the dance will be semi formal, i.e. short formats and dark suits. The ad- mission per couple. price will be $1.00 Grounds decorations I. Hogle Hall and Carleson Hall will be responsible for decorations around the respective buildings. H. Each dorm must submit plans by Oc$. 20. Uon receipt and approval of plans, $10.00 will be given to the two dorms for the purpose of helping with the cost of decorations.