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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa _A The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Sun., Oct. 20, 1971 Coe Homecoming Honors Kohawk Stricken with MS There will he. ;m won't he, a Hoiiu qui'iMi during (lie lilst annual lionu'i'imiiiiK fclehratiiui al Cnc college in Cedar Rapids nexl weekend. The student senate viiled not In have a Hnmcnmiini: queen fur the second year in a nw. and instead will have a fund drive to raise money to aid the fmht against multiple sclerosis, a neurological dis- ease primarily of vomit; adults. The fund drive this year is a trihute to former Coe student and football star Harold Cum tilings of Walerville. who was first hospitalized with MS last April, just a month before his scheduled graduation. Several Events I-hrry was a member nf the Kohawk [nothall team, a member of the Letter-man's club and Phi Kappa Tan social fraternity at Coe. Several fund-raising events are planned, including a "Ca- sino Royalc night" for Coe students, faculty, staff and alums, and a flea market and art sale un the campus on Fri- day and Saturday. In addition, four male anil female students will he col- lecting "votes" at 25 eents each during the week with the two top money collectors presenting a check [nr (he monies collected to local MS officials during the half-time ceremonies at the Coe-Bcloit football game Saturday at Kingston stadium. The Coe Letterman's club has decided to sponsor its own Homecoming queen, however. to keep up with the traditions of homecoming as the alums know it. The lettermen have selected four Coe coeds: Lindscy Bou- ton. Hinsdale. 111.: Suzanne Dimmcl, Independence. Mo.: Malic Letuli. American Sa- moa, and Teresa Touch. DCS Moines, as finalists for their queen. Voting is continuing throughout the week, and the winner will be crowned during half-time ceremonies al the football game. The first signs of the begin- ning of the celebration hap- pened this weekend with the decoration of the Student Un- ion tn reflect this year's home- coming theme: "The Way We Should Have Begin Thursday Homecoming activities begin Thursday night with the first Coe College Players' performance of the season. "She Stoops To a comedy by Oliver Goldsmith. Performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. in the theater in the Dows Fine Arts center on Thursday. Friday and Satur- day nights, and on Oct. :il. Nov. 1 and 2. Tickets may be purchased from the Gage un- ion box office. The fall meeting of the Board of Trustees will bo held Friday in Hickok hall. The Student Activities committee is sponsoring a Flea Market-Art Sale in Gage union all day Friday and from 9 a.m: to I p.m. Saturday. Several Coe student groups will be sponsoring tables of items, with proceeds to go to (he MS fund drive. Nine former college athletes and coaches will lie inducted Groups Try To Help Save Rare Whooping Crane The whooping crane has a voice that only a French horn player could love, but many people are concerned that it's getting fainter. The whooper's "kerlon. ker- lee-oo" call bursts from a five-foot windpipe coiled like a French horn. In recent years the sound has become increas- ingly rare. Only about 48 of the himd- birds survive in the ,iiki, the National Geographic Sdcic'l.v says. ID a continuing effort to SAC the cranes from e.xtinc- lion, biologists from the Cana- dian Wildlife Service and the I S. Fish and Wildlife Serv- ice recently gathered eggs from nests in Canada's Wood Buffalo National park in the .Northwest Territories. Tin' eggs were flown by jet In Hie I'atnxcnl Wildlife He- search Center near Laurel. Md Of the 13 arrivals, nine hatched in incubators and four survived. The hatchlings increased the captive whoopcr (luck In 21. as members in Coe's Athletic Hall of Fame with a 7 p.m. dinner in the Cabaret room nf the Flmcrest Country club. The dinner will be preceded by a reception at fi p.m. At 8 p.m. Friday, the Home- coming concert will feature the folk sound of Brewer and Shipley, and pup singer David Loggins in Sinclair audito- rium. A few tickets are still availabhvby calling extension al the college between and p.m. weekdays. Saturday morning the Coe Parents Association will hold its annual meeting, followed by demonstration seminars for students and parents using reading materials assigned In freshmen in Coe's Introduc- tion to Liberal Arts program. The seminars will be held at a.m. in Hickok hall, rooms and :in5. Coffee After Hie seminars, parents, faculty and alumni are invited to a coffee in the Armstrong- Douglas Residence Hall lobby. A brunch for members of the C club will be held at 111 a.m. Saturday in the Kby fieldhouse. and the l.luyd C. Harper Memorial Trophy Case will be dedicated in the main corridor of Kby fielrlhouse at II a.m. At noon on Saturday, weather permitting, there will be a hot air ballooning demon- stration on the campus quadrangle, and the public is invited to attend. Al 'I p.m., Coe takes on the Beloit college football team al Kingston stadium, and after the game there is an all-al- umni, parents and students post-game get-together al the Ramada Inn. Al 8 p.m. Saturday, the Coo Concert and bands will give a joint concert in Sinclair auditorium. Jean Lansing, a 1971 graduate of Coe, now working on her master's degree in hoth classical music and at the University of Indiana, and the first female to he a graduate teaching as- sistant and member of the In- diana Jara band, will be (he guest soloist. The student-sponsored Homecoming dance is sched- uled for !l p.m. Saturday al the Town House Motor Inn. with the band, the "Fourth F.stale" playing songs from Ihe 19511s. and limits eras. On Sunday. Hie Cue Chamber orchestra and Con- cert choir will give a joint concert at p.m. al the Westminster Presbyterian church. 1285 Third avenue SK. At 7 p.m. there will be an informal worship service by Cue Chaplain David Hay in room B of the Gage Memorial union. HAROLD CUMMINGS Jewelry Dept., Main Floor Open Monday 9 am 'til 9 pm Silverplated 3-Pc. Salad Set Reg. 1.95 Special Man. only This lovely 3-piece salad bowl set makes an ideal gift or buy for yourself. Set includes crystal salad serving dish with Silverplated trim, and a silverplated serving fork and spoon. Buy .several and save! The Special Gift for Ihe Special Occasion Open Monday .Night 'til 9 Three acres Magic YOUR AUTHORIZED KEEPSAKE JEWELER Smuletoffs Draoerv Deot.. 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