The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on September 22, 2002 · Page 6
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Hays, Kansas
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A8 • SUNDAY"' • SEPTEMBER 22,2002 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS SUNDAY • SEPTEMBER 22,2002 • THE HAYS DAILY NEWS A7 Fort Hays State University Alumni and Friends Dust off those saddle oxfords and platform shoes, rolled up blue jeans and tie-dye shirts. FHSU is celebrating 100 years in rockin' good style: Oktoberfest, football, reunions, parade, banquets, dances and more at the FHSU Centennial Homecoming. Don't let the party pass you by. Order your tickets early. Send your payment to the Alumni Association on or before Oct. 1, 2002. Advance reservations are required for all events listed. You can also register online at <>. Questions: toll free, 1-888-351-3591. Basketball All-Year Reunion New 9 a.m., Breakfast, Gross Memorial Coliseum 12:30 p.m., Barbecue, South Side of Lewis Field Stadium Alumni and guests can see Tiger basketball memorabilia while visiting with friends during breakfast. Then board the "basketball float" to ride in the Homecoming Parade. After the parade join other Tigers for a barbecue. Special seating will be available at the football game as well as at the post- game social, banquet and dance. THURSDAY, October 10 Tiger Golf Tournament 9 a.m. Registration, Smoky Hill Country Club, 3303 N. Hall 11 a.m. Shotgun Start Join other Tigers for a four-person scramble on the lush Smoky Hill Country Club golf course. Entries will be accepted on a first-come, first-served, paid basis to accommodate 144 golfers. Divisions include women, men, seniors (three players age 55+) and mixed teams (two ladies, two men). Registration includes green fees, cart rental, sack lunch, refreshments and Fort Hays State University prizes. Sigma Tau Gamma Social 3-6 p.m., Memorial Union New Recall former days on campus with members of the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. Snacks, two cocktails and soft drinks will be available. Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event. Hosts: Robert "Bob" Churchill '58 at (415) 883-5558 or Dee Shoemaker at (308) 928-8977. Ill b'l^lifl'Jllin 'Ji'! !U- ': .••' :.-' '..>' i .•••.!(,''! !' '. ibW. •'.•••-,. ')'••"• Art Exhibit: Centennial Exhibition 7-9 p.m., Moss-Thorns Gallery of Art, RarickHall The Centennial Exhibition features works by former Art Department chairs Gary Coulter '60, '61, Joel Moss '38, John C. Thorns Jr. '50, and Mabel Vandiver as well as award winning artist-teachers. , October 11 Homecoming Registration 8 a.m. -4:30 p.m., Memorial Union All alumni and friends, especially 1952, 1962, 1977 reunion classes, and Sigma Tau Gamma, Kappa Sigma Kappa, basketball and nursing alumni, should check in at the Homecoming registration desk. It's a great place to visit with other Tigers throughout the weekend and see former classmates' updated biographical sheets. Half-Century Club Induction & Brunch 9:30 a.m., Social, Memorial Union 10:30 a.m., Brunch, Memorial Union The Class of 1952 will join alumni who graduated more than 50 years ago. Get reacquainted at the social, then join old and new friends at the brunch when the Class of 1952 will be inducted into the Half-Century Club. The class of 1952 and guests will receive complimentary tickets. Group photo will commemorate this special Half- Century Club occasion. Oktoberfest 70:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Frontier Park, South Main Street This event has become a yearly tradition for people of all ages. The community tribute to the Volga-German heritage combines delicious food, lively entertainment and unique craft and vendor booths. Forsyth Library Open House 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 1950s Vintage Automobile Show, Forsyth Library 1 p.m., The Nifty Fifties Presentation, Forsyth Library Connect the past to the present as you help the Forsyth Library celebrate the 1950s - midpoint in Fort Hays State University's history. Enjoy photographs and memorabilia highlighting America's changing society as well as advances occurring at Fort Hays State University during this "golden era." . Sigma Tau Gamma Social & Buffet 5 p.m., Social, Memorial Union New 6:30p.m., Buffet, Memorial Union •:• Reminisce with old friends while enjoying an evening social and buffet complete with two cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages. Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event. Hosts: Robert "Bob" Churchill '58 at (415) 883-5558 or Dee Shoemaker at (308) 928-8977. Alumni & Endowment Awards Reception & Banquet 6p.m., Social, Memorial Union 7p.m., Banquet, Memorial Union .A highlight,.,of. leyery, Homecoming weekend is the recognition of individuals who have made exceptional contributions to society and the university. This year's Alumni Achievement Award recipients are Brad Brown '77/78, David Dible '69, Maureen Pastine '67, B.J. Reed '71, '72, and James Rodrigue '84. Tonja Nansel '88 will be honored with the Young Alumni Award. Honored with the Distinguished Service Award is Gail Kuehl. Help us recognize the achievements of these individuals. Basketball All-Year Reunion New 7 p.m., Old-Timers Pick-Up Game, Gross Memorial Coliseum 9 p.m., Reception, Gross Memorial Coliseum Join the first basketball all-year reunion dedicated to those who helped make Tiger basketball a success. Festivities kick off with a friendly pickup game followed by a reception hosted by current Tiger players. Theatre Production: You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown 8p.m., Felten-Start Theatre, Malloy Hall This hilarious but heartwarming production features the ne'er-do-well Charlie, cranky Lucy, blanket-toting Linus, and piano-playing Schroeder. The talents of FHSU students will be showcased in this performance. SATURDAY, October 12 Homecoming Registration 7 a.m.-noon, Memorial Union Stop by the registration area since your pre-paid tickets must be picked up! Enjoy a free beverage while browsing through biographical sheets of old friends. Lewis Field Club Breakfast 8 a.m., Memorial Union The irrepressible spirit of Lewis Field members continues to resonate. Reminisce and relax with other club members during this traditional breakfast meeting - includes group photos. .'.;.T><; ' w .'. mvt- 5K Tiger Run/Walk , v 8 a.m., Memorial Union Circle Drive Start the morning with exercise and camaraderie. iWhethfer you enjoy running or prefer a brisk walk, this scenic 5K route ithrough campus is for all ages. Prizes will be awarded to the firsbmale.'.and female finisher. Entry fee includes a free t-shirt and refreshments. (Sign disclaimer to participate.) Class of 1952 Reunion Breakfast 8:30 a.m., Memorial Union Class of 1962 Reunion Breakfast 8:30 a.m., Memorial Union Class of 1977 Reunion Breakfast 5:30 a.m., Memorial Union Nursing 50th Anniversary Breakfast 8:30-10:30 a.m., Breakfast, Memorial Union 11-11:45 a.m., Tours, Stroup Hall Share good food and conversation while ^enjoying nursing memorabilia from each decade and a video on the life'of Miss Leora Stroup. Designated seating will be available at/'ithe! football game. Then join fellow nursing graduates and friends atithe evening social, banquet and dance. Centennial Rededication Event 9 a.m., McCartney Hall Celebrate FHSU's beautiful architecture at t6&Irededication of historic McCartney Hall, which houses the College bf Business and Leadership. "Enhancing Leadership Skills" -New 9:30 a.m., Tomanek Hall, Room 124 Leadership Studies Department - recognized as the best leadership program in the country by the Association of Leadership Educators - will enable Tigers of all ages to return to the no charge to hone their leadership skills. "CIS: Eyes for Spies and City Builders" 9:30 a.m., Tomanek Hall, Room 106 New See the world from a new perspective - Geographic Information Systems and remote sensing. Gain insight into this technology's capabilities from analysis of world events to breathtaking images from space in a classroom setting at no charge to participants. Homecoming Parade 11 a.m., Downtown Hays You'll cheer to the sights and sounds of the 2002 Centennial Homecoming Parade as floats, bands and other parade entries "rock" in celebration. To participate, contact Carol Brock at (785) 628-5801 or Mindy Lies at (785)628-5355. Residential Life Reunion Noon-2 p.m., McMindes Hall New Former residence hall student staff members can relax over refreshments while rekindling old friendships and viewing memorabilia of dormitory life. Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority Noon-2 p.m.; 4 p.m., 409 W. 8th Sorority alumni, Tiger alumni and friends are invited to a pre- and post-game open house. Refreshments will be served. .,..,,. '.,.:.', ,,.,:., Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority Noon, Open House, Chapter House, 403 W. 6th All visiting alumni may enjoy a post-parade open house hosted by current Tri Sig members. Refreshments will be served. Sigma Chi Fraternity Noon-2 p.m., Lewis Field Stadium Parking Lot Join pre-game festivities at Sigma Chi's tailgate party in Lewis Field Stadium parking lot - just follow the signs. An open house will be held throughout die weekend. Delta Zeta Sorority 11 a.m., Parade Entry Noon, Open House and Barbecue, 410 W. 6th Chapter alumni may ride in the Homecoming Parade on the Delta Zeta float to be followed by post-parade open house and barbecue. FHSU vs. Fort Lewis College Football Game 1 p.m., Pre-game Ceremonies, Lewis Field Stadium 2 p.m., Game, Lewis Field Stadium Relive the good ol' days and cheer your Tigers to victory. At half-time, see the FHSU Marching Band, Tiger Debs and coronation of Homecoming royalty. Order tickets through the Alumni Office to assure a lower cost and opportunity to be seated with classmates. Game tickets not picked up at the registration table will be available by 12:30 p.m. at the east "Will-Call" window at Lewis Field Stadium. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 4p.m., 2766 Thunderbird Drive All TKE alumni and spouses are invited to attend a post-game reception at the home of Dr. Herb Songer '66, '69, Alpha Upsilon Chapter alumnus and current Grand Officer of the National Fraternity. Information Networking and Telecommunications Dept. 4-6 p. m., Heather Hall New 6p.m., Social, G. Willikers Deli & Bar, 507 W. 7th This open house showcases recent television and radio studio renovations and equipment upgrades. Following the open house, relax at a gathering featuring Jack Heather, founder of FHSU radio and television programs. Tiger Post-game Social 5:30 p.m., Memorial Union If you're not ready to go home when the game's over, join other alumni and friends for music and conversation. Snacks and punch available. Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event. Ethnic Students, Alumni & Friends Reception 6 p.m., Memorial Union Celebrate diversity at the annual ethnic reception sponsored by the Offices of the Provost, Alumni Association and Multicultural Affairs (OMA). Help us honor students, alumni, faculty and friends who have made an impact on our university. Campus Tours Meet at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m., Fri., Oct. 11, Registration Table, Memorial Union Join fellow Tigers on a guided tour of the campus. See new sights at a leisurely pace and hear about the latest"happenings" from a student's perspective. Tiger Alumni & Friends Banquet and Dance 7p.m., Dinner, Memorial Union 9 p.m., Dance, Memorial Union Everyone is invited to a classy evening of dinner and dancing. Don't miss the weekend's grand finale. Dress up or wear your black and gold 'and dance the night away as music from all eras is enjoyed. Mingle or mambo - you're guaranteed a great time! Seating will be reserved for reunion classes and other specialty reunions to enjoy cocktails, dinner and dance. Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the banquet and dance. Kappa Sigma Kappa Reunion 6 p.m., Social, Memorial Union New 7/9 p.m., Dinner/Dance, Memorial Union The ties that bind members of the Phi Delta Chapter of Kappa Sigma Kappa remain strong. Take part in an exciting evening by gathering at the Tiger Post-game Social before joining the Tiger Alumni and Friends Banquet and Dance. Complete with two cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages. Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event. A room will be provided for Kappa SigmaJCappa member interaction. Host: Alan Feist '55 at (785) 454-3495. Theatre Production: You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown 8p.m., Felten-Start Theatre, Malloy Hall SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 Theatre Production: You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown 8p.m., Felten-Start Theatre, Malloy Hall MISCELLANEOUS/,' ' ^v^lSt! Sternberg Museum of Natural History Tuesday-Saturday, 9a.m.-7p.m., Sunday 1-7p.m. "Museum Memories: A Centennial Exhibition" will showcase objects from the museum's history, many of which have not been on display in years. Visitors may also view the photography exhibition "Endangered Treasure: Our Alaska National Wildlife Refuge." All alumni members receive a $1 discount off the admission price and a 10-percent discount at the Sternberg Store. Advance Reservations Required - Deadline Oct. 1 Contact the FHSU Alumni Association at 785-628-4430 or toll free 1-888-351-3591 for more information. MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS TODAY! Auto World 722 E. 8th * 625-0050 Golden Plains Trucking 1-70 Exchange & Hwy 183 628-6231 S& W SUPPLY Hays. Colby. Hill City, Plalnville, Lacrosse Osbome, Ness City A Russell Tiger Golf Cart Co. 1500 W. 27th * 877-AKERS54 Makd c Plans To Attend Lewis Chrysler 1000 E. 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