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Ed Kennedy leads his TKH brothers down Belknap St. pulling their entry the 1967 Homecoming parade. Their slogan was “Bury Point.”
Through Planned Activities
The Delta Sigma sorority entertains the audience with their skit before presenting their queen candidate. Miss Judy Flycn.
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Through Physical Exertion
Ruth Ann Ward, captain of the cheerleaders, leads the enthusiastic crowd in the Homecoming game on Oct. 14.
HOMECOMING WEEK—1967. The theme of “We Like It Here" accentuated the annual Homecoming Week that began on Monday, Oct. 9, with the strategic placing of posters by the organizations, and ended Saturday night with Lee Castle and the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra playing at the dance in Old Gates Gym.
All organizations on campus were encouraged to join in the enthusiastic week of fun and activities, which included everything from the big Homecoming parade and game on Saturday to the voting and crowning of Homecoming King and Queen.
Bob Peck makes a move when he sees an opening, but is closely pursued by tackle in the background.
Part of the requirements of being a freshman at SSU is decorating for the Homecoming dance that ends the activity of Homecoming week.
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Activities during the festive Homecoming Week included skit night. Kangaroo Court for deviant freshman, a pep rally, a bonfire and the Pep Rally dance.
Taking first place honors in the skit competition was the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority.
On Saturday, the SSU Homecoming Parade proceeded up Tower Avenue to Belknap and then to the Rothwcll Student Center, led by the National Champion AFROTC Drum and Bugle Corps. Each organization displayed its float in the Homecoming parade which started at ten o’clock Saturday morning. The weather was very cooperative, a first at SSU in many years, and the Arnold Air Society—Angel Flight and Sigma Tau Gamma floats were declared as co-winners of the best float award.
The cheerleaders lead the crowds of cheering students to the bonfire and pep rally held on Friday night. Oct. 13.
And Active Participation
The Phi Sigma Kpsilon fraternity finds an unique way to campaign during their skit for their king candidate Bob Peek.
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