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Off To A Great Start
Outlook on Upcoming
HI would like to enjoy quality
time with my friends and also
make new friends." - David
"Beginning of School"
For many students it is an-
other year at F-HC, but for the
freshman class and transfers,
it is the beginning of a whole
new way of life. Many activities
headed the year in the right
direction: interface, moving in
the dorms, and club mixers.
Interface was a great way to
keep the freshman and trans-
fers busy enough not to have
time to get "homesick." Some
of the fun ranged from a day at
Mid-South Youth Camp to eat-
ing pizza with other Interface
groups at Pizza Inn. Other ac-
tivities included spending a
day at the Memphis Mall, ca-
noeing, eating a meal in the
home of faculty members, and
going through registration to-
"Home Away From
Telephone bills . . . quarters
for laundry . . . ironing clothes
. . . just some of the responsi-
bilities that come upon new
students as they leave their
homes and move into their
new, temporary homes.
"lt tlnterfacel is a great way
tor everybody to get to know
each other." - Kelly Smith -
llnterface Group Leaderl
"lt was the funnest time l
think l will ever have within my
four years at Freed." - Alison
Moore - Freshman
Freshman take a break at Mid-South Youth Camp after a morning ot organized events and games. Interface traditionally
employs the camp for the site of much of freshman orientation.
Freshman experience college life to its fullest as they trudge through the dreaded reglstratlon line.
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Alumni Mary Rose Threet brings her future Lions to Saturday's game. Cur- Philo social club splish-splashes their way to third place in the Homecoming
rent Student Frank Kemp visits along with her. - parade float competition.
Belmont Reasons, all fourteen of them, perform in Bader Gym. PKA's Hoote-
nanny is the traditional close to Homecoming festivities.
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Freshmen and interface leaders join in a game of 'Simon Says, " conducted by
Dean James Selbe.
Janet Howell, a sophomore, appears very excited about beginning a new se-
mester at her "home-away-from-home. "
The TradHion Con-
One of the greatest benefits
of attending Freed-Hardeman
College is learning to develop
in all aspects of life. An individ-
ual must learn to grow and ex-
pand if he is to accomplish his
goals in life.
"Teaching how to live and
how to make a living" is the
philosophy of Freed-Harde-
man College. This philosophy
has become a tradition
throughout the years. As seen
by the successful alumni that
pass through Freed-Harde-
man, this ideal has become a
great asset to the college.
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