Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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Egyptian19690506Joy.tif
Egyptian19690506Joy.tif
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DateEgyptian19690506Joy.tif
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TranscriptJoy Lockridge crowned queen
Joy Lockridge, a 19-year-oIdCW- cago aophomore majoring In bual- nea administration, waa crowned queen at the 18th annua] Kappa Kanival which drew about 4, 000 member* of Kappa Alpha Pal, na¬ tional aocial fraternity, to SIU.
Mlaa Lockridge waa crowned In Ihe Arena at 10-30 p.m. Saturday. Sbe waa choaen from a field of 10 conteatantR vying for the honor.
ConteataniR Included Janet Andcr- aon, aopbomore majoring In history; Linda Gregory, aophomore majoring In noclology; Rachel lc Jones, aopho¬ more majoring In elementary edu¬ cation; Alice Morgan, frcahman majoring In sociology; Karen Watson, sophomore majoring in mualc education;
June Cathcart, Junior majoring
In music education; Certa Clay, Junior majoring In art; Karla Smith, freahman majoring in sociology and Deborah PemeU, freshman major¬ ing In education.
Music for the Karnival was pro¬ vided by Herb Kent and his band from Chicago.
National, area and local officers of the fratemizy were guests at a luncheon with Mayor David Ketse, Chancellor Robert MacVlcar and other city and University oHldals held at the Holiday Inn Saturday,
Booths were set up In tbe Arena to set the stage for the showcase event "Kappa In the KoUscum." Among the booths were wheels of fortune, basketball, dart and base¬ ball throws and a ring toss. Prizes Included stuffed animals and other consolation gifts.
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