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Becky Smith and Terry Williams command the Junior Army. Meredith College CornhuskirY 1985 was a hugh success. The sopho- more class of 1988 broke-in the new freshmen with lovely morning " wake-up calls " and midnight " lullabyes. " The clanging of pots and pans, screeching whistles, and loud voices was enough to get the freshmen on their feet to fight back. The week continued with water fighting, courtyard rolling, and even late night phone calling. Amidst all the class competi- tion, Big Sisters and Little Sisters expressed their feelings, serenading each other by candlelight. The real competition started around four o ' clock Thursday, November 7. Each class paraded into the courtyard yelling their theme songs in their loudest voices. The freshmen entered alone believing that " One Thing Leads To Another. " The sophomores entered the courtyard by taking a " Walk on the Wild side. " The juniors chose a more organzied entry chant- ing boot camp phrases to back their theme, " Be All You Can Be. " Finally, the seniors made a grand debut carrying balloons before a procession of moving history. It began with man ' s invention of the wheel and proceeded through time to the airplane that flew overhead trailing their theme " Nothing Lasts Forever ... It Only Gets Better. " After a tremendous picnic, everyone headed for Jones Auditorium for the final competition of Cornhuskin ' 85. This year ' s hostesses were Beth Cunningham and Karen Mann. They dressed up as Pebbles and Barn- Bam and helped carry out the overall Cornhuskin ' theme — " Back to the Future. " As each class gathered in the auditorium, cheers and songs grew louder and louder. The competition started and the auditorium echoed with chants before and after each event as the classes anticipated victory. Benefiting from their previous experience, the seniors ' program ran smoothly from event to event. The freshmen and sophomores, on the other hand seemed to be still trying to get their programs going. The juniors presented great competition against the seniors. It looked like the judges should have a tough time choosing a winner. With the reading of the judges results, the evening came to a climax. Every class was a winner in at least one event. The victory was once again rewarded to the senior class, and spirits soared. Everyone left the auditorium to continue celebrating at Cody ' s on Western Boulevard, fraternity row, and other places off campus. Another Cornhuskin ' that we would never forget was complete. It was great! But to appreciate how great it really was, you had to be there. You were! Freshmen in the courtyard wait for others to follow their lead.
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