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7 1:30 a. m. BCVVE 203 -Y American Literature students prepare to
cast aspersions iand maybe even textbooksj at instructor Nancy
Bennett. They were smiiing, according to Mrs. Bennett, "because
they didnt have a test." Photo by Nancy Bennett.
Lueverne Lang finds a few moments to
study on the second floor of the Bible-
The time is 8:51 am and students take
the Mother" line for a quick breakfast af-
ter their 7.'30 class. Photo by John Bent-
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October 20 dawned upon
Freed-Hardeman as an "ordi-
nary" day, but its happenings
showed us how unlike any oth-
er one day can be. After an
unusually dry fall, drizzle-filled,
overcast skies obscured faint
sunlight. The day after Black
Monday, so named for the
frightening 500-point stock
market fall, the Minnesota
Twins prepared to square off
against the St. Louis Cardinals
in the third game of the World
Series. On campus, chapel
was held in Bader Gymnasium
due to the visit of 1500 high
school students, who were
meeting in Loyd Auditorium
for Spirit of Freedom Day pro-
grams. The "wave" finally
made its way to Henderson -
in chapel of all places - and
with it the spirit of enthusiasm
that permeated the year.
Brrllrant tall colors contribute to a glo-
rious day for a campus stroll. The sun
came out at 4 pm. to warm the day
for William Durham, Mari Noguchi
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lt's 7: 78 pm., and Shirley Eldridge is search-
ing the shelves of Loden-Daniel Library. Pho-
to by Kevin Perry.
and Delecia Rouse. Photo by Terry
The solitude of afternoon in Chapel Hall affords op-
portunity for Sheri Veregge to enjoy her music and,
perhaps, a little time to herself Photo by Nancy
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Senior art major Richard Claiborne
works on an acrylic lor class. Photo by
Three minutes and fifty-five seconds
into Wendell Bloomlngburgs 7 p.m,
class, students begin to pause from
the rigors of studying history.
October 20 was a special
day, A day like any other, but
as with all, unique to each stu-
dent, faculty, or stall member.
Days like this one soon made
a year, A special time - Days
wrapped into a year.
lt's not her regularjob, but on October
20 Helen Phelps was baking biscuits
- 300 ot them to be exact, Sleepy
but hungry students would soon be in
to devour her work. Photo by Amy
Alter 9 pm Bader Gym stands vigil
over a deserted Commons. Photo by
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Smiling eltishly, Tracy Ring prepares to sur-
prise those unsuspecting students who
check their mail after lunch. Photo by John
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