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Page 9 text:
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pril, 6 month old daughter of married student
Paul Eikenberry, is amused by receiving a
balloon from a clown at Fall Carnival.
he W'elcome Back Party gives .lo .lo Hendrix, a
freshman from Birmingham, and other students
time to talk to old friends and enjoy' one of their faior-
practiced hour after hour yielding ef-
fects for a spectacular show. After that
campus-wide event passed, studying
and the day-to-day grinds were once
again the standard routine for most
lnspite ofthe monotony of routine,
a smile could he picked out of any
crowd. Samford students have always
heen known for their cordiality and
Christian spirit in helping others.
Building friendships on traditions like
going to see a basketball game or tak-
ing a quiet walk to the Chapel nere not
altered hy the husy scheclules and ac-
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Page 8 text:
All year the environment at the uni-
versity had a relaxed feeling, although
never relenting on the Christian ideals
and values that Samford was based on.
The search for something to occupy a
students time never proved to be a
long one. Often, the road led to Vail
lobby and a Domino? pizza. Aside
from gorging themselves, students
formed study groups that thrived on a
supply of Cokes, loaded with caffeine.
From Wendy? to Baby Does, they
always searched for creative alterna-
tives to dining in the Cafe. Unlike past
,lan-terms, dorm lobbies were sparsely
populated as people looked for outdoor
activities to occupy their time. The
temperature rose to the 60 degree mark
with no sign of snow in sight.
The time came, however, for stu-
dents to attend class, which seemed to
some, a novel idea. Eight a.m. arrived
earlier with each passing day and the
one-and-a-half hour TuesdayfThurs-
day classes grew longer by the week. As
the spring semester approached, it ap-
peared that the only time not exhausted
in class was spent in Step-Sing rehears-
al. lfvery night for three weeks, groups
xcitement is found in many sum-
Emer activities. Brian Lew is, a junior
from Selma, and Sandi Gilbert, a junior
from Ilancemille, find it at a costume
party on roller skates.
Sivrni' students, like W'enzly Nlartin.
a freshman from Birmingliarn, often
find time to study while waiting on a
ride from friends.
Page 10 text:
low ning around
at the Alpha Delta
Pi and Lambda Chi
Alpha "Tie On" Mixer
are Scotty Mitchell
from Valdosta, GA,
Greg Mercer from
Sneeds, FL and
Madison Kay, from
ouble Action means fun
for Carol Vanclcare, a
junior from Columbia, GA,
and Cynthia McKenzie, a
mplmrnnre from Selma, during
mu' nf the hor afternoons of
last year? summer srhnol.
eading a greeting from a
friend, Glen Smith, a
freshman from Harvest, enjoys
the Christmas steak dinner in
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