The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 1, 1971 · Page 101
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 101

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SIX COEDS at Hutcliinsou Community College are vying for the title of 1971 football homecoming queen. One will be crowned tonight during halftime ceremonies at the Fort Scott - Hutchinson foot- ball game at Govvans Stadium. Candidates are, from left, Cynthia Simmons, Lamed sophomore; Diana Young, Lamed sophomore; Gee Gee Woodson, Penalosa freshman; Jodie Odle, Cedar Point freshman; Debbie Smith, 804 West 17th, sophomore; and Cindy,Boutrager, 413 South Adams, South Hutchinson. On Saturday HCC Rodeo Team To Buhler Frolic The Rodeo Team at Hutcliinsou Community College will begin its third year with participation in a rodeo Saturday in connection with the Buhler Frolic. The rodeo arena is a mile north of East 30th and Buhler Road, then a half mile west, on the north side of the road. Entries will close at 3 p.m., said sophomore Kay Dobbs, RFD 3, team secretary-treasurer and clerk for the rodeo. The rodeo will start at 4 p.m. and end around 7. The divisions will be Little Britches for children 12 and under, and adult. The entry fee will be $2 plus 50 cents for office charge. Spectator admission will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for children under 12. Money prizes will be given. Events will be bareback riding, bull riding, calf roping, bull dogging, team roping, pole bending, barrel racing and goat tying. The 17 members of the HCC Rodeo Team compete with other teams in the Central Plains Collegiate Rodeo Association throughout the season. Last year club members participated in rodeos at Emporia, Pratt, Saliiia, Garden City, Colby, Fort Hays, Alva, Okla., Chadron, Kearney and Curtis, Neb. The men in the club averaged $400 a weekend in rodeo earnings. Team officers are: Gary Banner, Buhler, president; Chuck Welker, Abbyville, vice president; Debbie Goble, 1003 East 13th, assistant secretary-treasurer; Dennis Jaye, RFD 3, public relations. Sponsors are Edward Martinez, of the HCC faculty; Dave Pauls and Bill Berger, citizen sponsors. The group's motto is "To beat the other teams." The club has been given use of 40 acres in the southeast corner of the South Campus. The grounds will be fixed up during the year. Next spring the club hopes to stage a rodeo on the Fairgrounds and invite other CPCRA colleges in Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Local Coed In Chorale Mary Kline, 106 West 29th, is one of 40 University of Kansas students chosen as members of the Concert Chorale. A highly selective group 'in the school of fine arts, the chorale is composed of sophomores, juniors and seniors who win their places through auditions. Other members from Southwest Kansas are: Howard Leafblad, Ashland; Phillip Llamas, Newton; Kirk McAlexander,., Hoisington; Rod Runyan, Anthony; Bob Stukesbany, Ness City; Doreen Wilhelm, Plainville; and Patricia Wolff, Pratt. The Hutchinson News Kathy Brown, Editor Friday, October 1, 1971 Queen Candidates Homecoming At Hesston Evelyn Dorsey KAY DOBBS, RFD 3, grooms her horse for participation in a rodeo Saturday in connection with the Buhler Frolic. Miss Dobbs, a sophomore, is secretary-treasurer and clerk for the Rodeo Team at Hutchinson Community College. (Evelyn Dorsey is the Young Kansas reporter from Hesston High School. A senior, she is a member of the Swather yearbook staff and writes for (he school newspaper, The Red Wilder. — Ed.) By EVELYN DORSEY Hesston High School HESSTON - Three girls were selected by the Pep Club to be candidates for the 1971 football homecoming queen. They are Phyllis. Kauffman, Jane Kaufman, and Jo Wenz. The football team selected three team members to serve as escorts. They are Don Glenn, Royce Yoder, and Dennis Zehr. From these, the student body will elect a queen and king. Pre, game activities for homecoming include a parade and Pep Club chile supper. The coronation will take place tonight before the game with Fairfield. A homecoming party folowing the game is being planned by the Student Council. HESSTON HIGH School cheerleaders got off to a good start this year by attending a one- day cheerleading clinic in Goddard. Headed by Karen Zielke, varsity cheerleaders are Linda Bainum, Rosie Barge, Bev Goering, and Barb Schmidt. B-team cheerleaders are Leigh Buller, Karen Peters, Melinda Razook and Leona Schmidt. Sponsor, Mrs. Mary Regier, accompanied the girls to Goddard. HESSTON HIGH, along with other schools in the state, expanded its sports' department to include volleyball for girls. The Hesston team will play eight games Uiis year. Mrs. Deana Talbert coaches the team. The Regional Tournament is set for Oct. 23. AN ADDITION to our school this year is a six - lane competition swimming pool. A vinyl, dome-shapsd bubble, which surrounds the pool, enables it to be used as a year - round educational and recreational facility. The bubble is 35 feet high and is kept up by the circulation of warm air.

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