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October 2001

Release Date: October 16, 2001

Homecoming King, Queen Finalists Named at ASU

Ten finalists have been announced by the Angelo State University Student Senate for 2001 Homecoming king and queen at the university.

ASU students will vote for their choices Wednesday and Thursday. The election results will be announced at halftime of ASU's 7 p.m. Saturday (Oct. 20) game against Northeastern State.

Nominees for Homecoming Queen are:

Sophomore psychology major Jennifer L. Bartz, daughter of Bobby and Janice Bartz, San Angelo, and nominated by King's Head Rugby;

Junior interdisciplinary studies major Sandra "Brooke" Hollingsworth, daughter of George and Vickie Hollingsworth, Abilene, and nominated by College Republicans;

Junior communication major Jennifer Diann James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucky and Beverly James, Andrews, and nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha;

Junior chemistry major Desiree Carol Moss, daughter of Brant and Brenda Moss, Odessa, and nominated by Massie Women's Association; and

Sophomore accounting major Gergana Pramatarova, daughter of Veselin and Maria Pramatarova, Sofia, Bulgaria, and nominated by International Students' Association.

Homecoming King nominees are:

Senior finance major Steven "Brice" Foster, son of Steve and Pavlette Foster, Lazbuddie, and nominated by College Republicans;

Junior government major Anton Xavier Malkowski, son of Xavier and Grace Malkowski, San Angelo, and nominated by Air Force ROTC, Detachment 847;

Sophomore communication major Matthew Mbanga, son of Wilf and Trish Mbanga, Harare, Zimbabwe, and nominated by King's Head Rugby;

Sophomore communication major Sylas Timan Politte, son of Roger and Carol Motsenbocker, Lubbock, and nominated by Baptist Student Ministry; and

Junior Roscoe the Ram, son of Buck and Ewenice Ram, San Angelo, and nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha.

The Homecoming Court will be featured at the major ASU Homecoming activities, including the parade at 2 p.m. Saturday along Vanderventer Avenue and Johnson Street on the ASU campus. Activities will culminate with the homecoming game at 7 p.m. in San Angelo Stadium