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Campus AF ROTC To Crown Queen At Ball Tonight
Campus AF ROTC  To Crown Queen At Ball Tonight
Item IDegyptian 1952 0328 campus a.tif
TitleCampus AF ROTC To Crown Queen At Ball Tonight
AuthorDaily Egyptian
DescriptionHistory will be made tonight as Southern AF ROTC cadets attend the first annual military ball to be held here at SIU.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1952 March 28
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptCampus AF ROTC
To Crown Queen
At Ball Tonight

History will be made tonight as Southern AF ROTC cadets attend the first annual military ball to be held here at SIU. The formal affair is being held in the Carbondale armory, starting at 9 p.m.
Music is to be furnished by Phillip Olson and his All-Stars, an organization composed mainly of Southern personnel.
Highlight of the ball will be the crowning of the queen. The coronation, tentatively scheduled at 11 p.m. will be filmed in color by C. William Horrel, of the photography department, in conjunction with the Audio-Visual aids service, directed by Donald Ingli.
Jo Rushing, Chester; Shirley Haug. Xenia; Mary Ann Cagle, El dorado; Dorothy Edmonds, Chicago; Audrey Mayer, St. Louis; and Carolyn Bernhard, West Frankfort, are the six finalists in the queen
contest. Originally only five girls were to be in the final running, but due to tie-vote six were chosen.
THE QUEEN is to be crowned before a visiting audience of high school seniors who will be here for the sixth annual Hospitality Weekend.


LanguageEnglish
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