Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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Soplaomores Herndon, Bob Herren, Marcom Heyen, Bruce Hiatt, Sandi Hilgers, Heather Hill, Martin Hillman,-Iill Hillyard, Debbie Hines,-James Hines, Melanie Hiscock, Melinda Hodges, Michelle Hogan, Tani Holden, Dave Holeman, David Holifield, Deanna Holloway, Glenda Holt, Eddie Home, Ricky Howard, Ann Howard, Bonnie Howard, Lance Huddleston, Valerie Huff, Michael Gut of the dorm and into .gl Pew sophomores who wanted to move off campus remember exactly when they reached the conclusion that dorm life was not for them. Most agree, though, that ir wasn't long after Mom and Dad pulled out of the parking lot. Some managed to enjoy it until the first community shower. Some made the break after their freshman year. Others stuck it out a while longer. The one thing nobody really paid attention to was the fact that housing around the Hill was notoriously scarce. "I started a list in january of people who wanted a house the next December," said Debby Welborn, a. , , who along with husband Gaston Welborn, university at- torney, maintained several rentals near school. However, many people griped about the fattening car- bohydrates they got from the Bean. However annoyed they were about having to rush straight back to the dorm after a concert to make curfew, they still put very little time and ef- fort into finding a place to live. The majority of sophomore girls preferred to line up at 3 a.m. for a shot at Sherrod Apartments. As a rule, more men APPKTMENTS Foil RENT D QD fn A -3 4,72 - 7-44 78 3' A- - i , . . 5.2.4 Q .,g"v.:,gfQ', 1 'Ci-'il' A , a ' I , 1' h'.f:,5, 15' 2 J" , I J "W I, W -1 - i.,, 'ff' 'lil ,. 0 Illll "' 'illflg f '--...,,,g1" mega V. I 5 3,514 H,,W,,,M-,M,,,,-m,q- 'JH if T a Xi,-,g i .J 'vb h l i ' g'+"-" v' 'Y' gi V ,,,l- ' si 'X' . rllllljj ,Z .4 , 7, . Ill lil . r , 86 f Sophomores opted for a house than university housing. i For those going for Sherrod, the pressing question wa not so much where they would live, but with whom. T "I had so many offers it's not even funny," sighed Donri Turner, sophomore from Plano. "If I lived with one grouj I'd hurt another's feelings." By the second year here some pretty close friends can bl made. Was all the fun of living together we-rth the gambli that it also may have destroyed a friendship. "Yes, I admit it, I'm paranoid," stated Suzanne Balfour, Q sophomore from Cleveland Heights, Ohio. "I really wantet to get along with my roommates." Balfour said she fearei she'd move in with people she liked and they wouldn't gd along. l Those who just talked about living in Sherrod assume: they would get their reservations. Not a second thought wa given to the possibility that they might wait too long tr sign-up and end up being 10 minutes shy of a reservation. Preferring to face the cold world on her own, Melody Townsel, sophomore from De Soto, quickly tripped rumor, that she might stay another year in the dorms. "Offl Offl' she said. Townsel said her living accommodations were fairly sure since she and another sophomore were moving in Maj and staying through the summer. Although she didn't plan to beat the rush, she did thi right thing. Mrs. Welborn said many of her tenants left a pet son or two to hold the place for the summer. Kelly Turner, a sophomore from Austin, said she had at apartment but would have liked a house. She admitted she should have looked before spring break, but said confidently she'd seen people come to school and "grab something ai the last minute," so she wasn't worried. The men seemed even less concerned. "If I fini something, I find something," Kevin Russell, a sophomorj from Rome, N,Y., said. Along that line, Greg Poster, a sophomore from Wichita Falls, had vague plans about living in a house. But no, they werent looking yet. What were they going to do in August if they were houseless, dormless and hopeless? Camp out? "That could be fun," he said. "Might be smelly about midterm. But no! We could shower in the gym . . Talk about taking no thought for the morrow. -- Amy Hayield

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