The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1985 Page: 24
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to be home
North Texas State University
welcomed home many alumni and
friends during the weekend of No-
vember 8th for a variety of Home-
Many of these activities kept the
alumni busy during the course of
the weekend. The Class of 1934
was honored for their 50 year an-
niversary in the Silver Eagle Suite,
while the Champagne Brunch and
Fashion Show honored the 25
year alumni, the Class of 1959.
The retired instructors, personnel,
and their spouses also held a re-
On Saturday night after the
football game, the alumni danced
to the popular sounds of POWER-
LINE at the annual Homecoming
Dance. The 1984 Homecoming
theme was "It's Good to Be
The annual NT bonfire raged on Friday,
November 10 in 1984.
Homecoming Queen Molly Smith congratulates NT's first
official Homecoming King, Homero Bayarena, on his elec-
Members of Pi Beta Phi and Phi and Pi Kappa Alpha ride
the Pike fire engine in the Homecoming parade.
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