The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1985 Page: 27
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Homecoming activities com-
menced Tuesday, November 7,
with the balloting for Homecom-
ing King and Queen. For the
first time, Homecoming King
was an official position on the
ballot. On Thursday night,
NTSU hosted a Basketball game
against the traveling exhibition
team, the Spirit Express.
In the spirit of Homecoming,
NT students actively participat-
ed in the "Yell Like Hell" and
the pyramid building contests
held at the Friday night pep ral-
ly. Crumley Hall won the deco-
rating contests, while Kendall
Hall won the "Yell Like Hell"
and the pyramid contests. Also,
the winners of the Homecoming
King and Queen contest were
announced. Taking Homecom-
ing King was Homero Bayarena
with Jamie Creed, Russ Finks,
Rob Graham, Tan Kok-tat, and
Kelly O'Neal as his yard. Reign-
ing as Queen was Molly Smith
with Sara Barber, Lori Facen,
Tracy King, Victoria Luna,
Cookie McKeon, Andra McMil-
lian, Robin Rains, and Lisa Wil-
son as her court. Following the
pep rally, the traditional torch-
light parade and bonfire were
Saturday morning, Al Hurley
spoke at a student coffee about
school related items. The
Homecoming Parade was a
complete success with Pi Kappa
Alpha and Pi Beta Phi winning
the President's award and the
University Players winning the
Spirit Trophy in the float con-
test. The NTSU football team
showed its pride for the school
by defeating rival Northeast
Louisiana 10-3. To end the vic-
torious weekend, there was a
post-game barbeque at the Coli-
seum and a victory party at Ma-
ple Hall for all students.
At halftime of the NT-NLU football
game, senior Molly Smith is an-
nounced as Homecoming Queen.
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