SWOSU Homecoming Winners Announced


Winners of the various competitions held during Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s homecoming celebration on September 24 in Weatherford have been announced.

At the parade, SWOSU’s Psychology Club won first place and $1,300 in the float competition. The Society of Manufacturing Engineers won second place and $800, while Residence Life finished third and won $500. The prize money was sponsored by the SWOSU Alumni Association, SWOSU Student Government Association and several Weatherford financial institutions.

In the marching band contest, Weatherford High School was named the outstanding band in the high school competition, and Watonga Middle School won top honors in the junior high band competition. Each band won $250 from the SWOSU Student Government Association.

Other band winners were: Junior High Class 8-2A—Watonga Middle School, first place; Class A High School—Bray-Doyle High School, first place; Pond Creek-Hunter High School, second place. Class 2A High School—Hinton High School, first place; and Mangum High School, second place. Class 3A High School—Weatherford High School, first place; and Kingfisher High School, second place.

In the always popular bed race, Rogers & Jefferson Hall won top honors, while Stewart Hall won the best decorated bed contest.

Oklahoma Hall won first place and $300 in the Residence Hall decoration contest. Stewart Hall finished second and won $200 and Rogers & Jefferson Hall finished third and won $100.

In the outside decorations competition for organizations, the Biology Club won first place and $300. The Technology Education Collegiate Association finished second and won $200, while SWOSU Student Nursing Student Association finished third and won $100.

The Business Affairs Office won the staff/faculty contest with their impressive office display.

And, Marce Muller of Oklahoma City (Classen) and Zac Dumas of Watonga were crowned Homecoming Queen and King during halftime of the SWOSU football game. Muller was sponsored by Oklahoma Hall, and Dumas was sponsored by Kappa Gamma Beta.