Tomorrow's Legends

1998 Homecoming and Family Weekend Draw Capacity Crowds

It's the biggest event of the year for alumni and families of students. And the 1998 Homecoming and Family Weekend, held February 6-7, attracted people from all over the world. Coming together to celebrate "Legends in Time," they created some legends of their own.

Row one, left to right: Jason Holstrom of "The Lincolns" at the Talent Show. SPU's Cheer Team pumps up the crowd in Brougham Pavilion. The stage crew for this year's Homecoming play, Unspoken for Time. Brian Hope holds his son, Logan, while daughter Michaela looks on during the class of '93 reunion.

Row two: Orangeman Dexter Sobrepena cheers the Falcons. SPU's Shauna Ray helped the Falcons crush the Carroll College Saints, 107-79. The Class of '58 held their 40-year reunion. Joy Ann Mayhle Wise '78 enjoys her 20-year reunion.

Row three: More than 200 gathered at the President's Luncheon to hear Philip Eaton outline his plan for SPU in the 21st century. Clarence and Dorothy Williamson (left), and Constance Davis attended the Founders event. Sharon Wortman (left) and Julie Lewis at the Class of '63 reunion. SPU Unlimited's Josh Ottom (left), Marcus Shelton (center) and Jeff Mattson perform after the game in Gwinn Commons.

Row four: SPU's Ben Scheffler helped the Falcons beat Montana State Billings, 107-104. It was reunion time for Class of '63 grads Jerry Teel (left), Glenn Settle (center) and Larry Hemry. SPU gymnast Callie Field competes against UC Davis in Brougham Pavilion. Thalia Symphony's Kayla Jo Walker (left) and Kris Olson (right).

Row five: 1978 Homecoming Queen Pixie Paris Rowe (right) and her mother enjoy the Homecoming basketball games. 1998 Alumnus of the Year David Wong and SPU President Philip Eaton. Homecoming Queen Elizabeth Kellogg and King Jeremy Bolles. At the President's Luncheon, Walter Lee (left), brother-in-law of Alumnus of the Year David Wong, converses with Frank Yen '58 and Mrs. James Hsu.

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