|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
The Thunderbird Monday, November 7, 1983 Page 11 Homecoming begins Homecoming 1983 activities will begin today with a torch run and culminate with Saturdays football game against Western New Mexico. The torch run at noon will start at Easy Shop, move north to Center Street and then turn west to the campus. ASSUSC Homecoming Chairperson Barbara Smith said that all interested students can participate in the run. The first 50 people to be at the starting place A homecoming queen for SUSC will be selected tomorrow night. Contestants are back row, left to right: Janeen Samplawski, Kimberly Jensen, Denise Green, Lane Sayers, Lori Morrell, r,Cv will receive a free Following the torch run, students will have an opportunity to see the contestants for Homecoming Queen when they participate in a contest and relay races. Queen activities will take place on the quad. Events continue Tuesday with a series of comedy acts that start at noon in Thorley Recital Hall. The Queens Pageant SUSCs entry in the Miss Utah Contest begins at 8 p.m. in the Auditorium. Mr. SUSC activities an obstacle course and a contest will take place on Wednesday, at 12 p.m. on the quad. Come and cheer for your favorite man, said Smith. The Mr. SUSC Pageant which many s claim is their favorite activity begins at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium. Twenty young men will participate in the pageant, entertaining the audience with talent and formal wear competition. SUSC broadcasting students Dave Coles and Tracy Dewsnup are master and mistress of ceremonies. Judges interviews take place earlier in the evening. A card dance is planned at the LDS Institute following the pageant. Thursday, the mud will be flying when the girls play in the annual mud football game, beginning at noon behind Manzanita Court. This Allison Waters, Karen Smith, Kathy Best, Necia Clark, Nancy Stewart, Raelynn Potts and Stacey Smith. Front row: Brenda Thompson, Stephanie Walker, Natalie Frehner, Gayliene Crawford, Wendy Harris, Julie Parker, Marianne Hulet and Holly Madsen. V v! t g contest will be accompanied by a bevy of cheerleading beauties from Associated Men Students of SUSC. Activities Thursday also include a jazz ensemble concert at noon in the Student Center and SUSC Follies, a variety show extravaganza, at 8 p.m. in the Auditorium. Follies has become an important part of SUSCs homecoming celebration, said Smith. Its being held for the fifth consecutive year and is sure to be a real crowd pleaser for students, alumni and friends of the college. Opus II, an SUSC choral group, will perform at noon Fridav on the quad. Members of the 1933 SUSC graduating class will be welcomed into the prestigious Club in activities that start at 4 p.m. in Library Special Collections and conclude at a 6 p.m. banquet in the SUSC Great Hall. A bonfire cookout will be held at 7 p.m., south of Thunderbird Stadium. There will be free food, loud music and a wild and crazy time for all said Smith. After the bonfire is a pillow movie High Road to China which starts at 8 p.m. "Bring a pillow and someone to share it with, said Smith. Saturday will be sure to keep students busy. It starts with a parade down Cedars Main Street at 9:30 a.m. Seven bands and five marching groups will participate in the parade. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference action between SUSC and Western New Mexico starts at noon at Thunderbird Stadium. The weeks events will end with an dance at 9 p.m. in elegant the Great Hall. Tickets will be $5 in advance or $6 at the door. They will be on sale at the Student Center starting today. semi-form- Pageant is set for Tuesday A homecoming queen and her court will be selected Tuesday to reign over AV ) ) N , ' 4- - N v. J T 0 iViVj i S' HrV' s M ' '- f '! I if J tv U . 'V-V-l jl 4 Southern Utah State College homecoming activities. The queens pageant will begin at 8 p.m. in the SUSC Auditorium. Admission is $1. Because of the large number of contestants, Hulet said, preliminary judging in talent and evening wear will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Thorley Recital Hall. Contestants are judged on talent, personal interviews and appearance in swimsuits and evening wear. Listed in the order of appearance at the pageant, the 24 Miss SUSC hopefuls are as follows: Stephanie Ann Walker, a freshman theatredance major from Pleasant Grove; Gayliene Crawford, a freshman theatre arts major from American Fork; Janeen Rene Samplawski, a senior theatre arts major from Moapa, Nev., Colleen Robinson, a freshman music major from Monticello; and Ada Denise Green, a freshman theatre artsdance major from Pleasant Grove. Lane Ann Sayers, a freshman theatre arts major from Sandy; Lori Lee Morrell, a sophomore musicelementary education major from Cedar City; Kimberly Jensen, a freshman majoring in nuclear physics from Murray; Shauna Joan Stalnaker, a freshman accounting major from West Valley City; and Kathy Ann Best, a sophomore psychology major from Las Vegas, Nev. Natalie Ann Frehner, a senior majoring in vocal performance from Cedar City; Dawn Marie Pettersson, a freshman psychology major from Bountiful; Nancy Lee Stewart, a junior communication major from Tooele; Wendy Sue Harris, a freshman dance major from Panguitch; and Holly Fae Madsen, a freshman majoring in business administration from Springdale. Necia Clark, a freshman majoring in sports medicine from West Valley City; Allison Waters, a freshman majoring in music education from Payson; Karen A. Smith, a junior majoring in art from West Jordan; Julie Kristin Parker, a freshman visual arts major from Alpine; and Susan LeAnn Payne, a freshman nursing major from Kaysville. Marianne Hulet, a freshman secretarial science major from Summit; Brenda Lou Thompson, a junior physical education major from Kirkland, N.M.; Raelynn Potts, a sophomore majoring in business administration from Bountiful; and Stacey Marie Smith, a senior communications major from Sunset.