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A little bit of everything . 4 Gumbo
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Gumbo Roux 8a Main Ingredients . . , 120a Seasonings 264a (to taste) I I. Students, equipped with tents, chairs, and cool- ers, camped out by the stadium to purchase the limited supply of date tickets for home football games. (Thomassie) 2. Despite occasional contra- dictory times, students relied on Memorial Tower and its chimes to signal the end of class. The cam- pus was also entertained by the bells of the tower which played the Alma Mater on home football game weekends and Christmas carols preceding the holidays. (Baroody) 3. Students crammed study time between classes wherever they could find a place. (ZieU) Introduction 3
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Dorms filled to capacity and stu- dents opposed the proposed new Student Bill of Rights. Margaret Jameson received her official title of Dean of Students in spite of opposition by many stu- dents. Paul Grosser was fired and rehired by the board after a hot debate on the University ' s publish or perish policy. Parking tickets were upped to S10 with more than 27.000 cars reg- istered for 10.321 hard-surfaced spaces. Fires plagued the campus, one destroying a wing of the University Lab School. 1. The televised LSI -Alabama game provided a pleasant snitch for students. The game was held in mid-afternoon in contrast with the usual 7:30 scheduling. (Scbultz) 2. Kappa Kappa Gamma sororit) won the chant contest at the Homecoming Pep Rally iRa ner) 3. The Beaux Arts Bail, held at the Dock lounge, provided students with the ooponunit) to tr out their Halloween garb as well as raise roone) for the .Art Students Association. (Badeaux) 4. the Royal Uchteostein Circus, held on the parade ground, attracted, as usual, as mam students as kids. (Barood i Introduction 5
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