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s tudents Enjoy Varied Activities Rest and relaxation were al- ways a necessity following a long day of classes, and the University of Georgia provided a wide variety of ways to rest and re- lax. The Georgia Museum of Art. lo- cated on North Campus, was always open, and housed a wide variety of art exhibits each month. Additional- ly, a new art gallery opened in the Tate Student Center this year. The University Theatre put on quarterly productions, which were open to participation from any UGA student. The School of Music pre- sented weekly programs featuring faculty members, advanced stu- dents, and guest artists. The Men ' s Glee Club. Women ' s Glee Club. Uni- versity Chorus, and University Band also put on quarterly shows. Lake Herrick. which opened last year, became a popular area for stu- dents to relax in the sun. A year round schedule of intramurals kept many students busy playing such sports as football, volleyball, basket- ball, soccer, softball. golf, track, and swimming. The University Union sponsored a wide variety of activities, from the REM concert, weekend backpack- ing trips, movies, and lecturers, to such things as art exhibits. Some students found relaxation participating in religious activities. All major faiths and denominations are served in the Athens area. No matter what kind of activity a UGA student is interested in, he can probably fmd an outlet for it right here on campus. / The auloninlic Idlers localcd on the S(^iith side of the Bookstore was alwa vs a busy place on Friday afternoons. (ABOVE RIGHT Photo by Greg Peters.) Fred Muse studies psychology in one of the study lounges located in the Tate Student Center (RIGHT. Photo by Bob Bolden.) 8 INTRODUCTION
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Sometimes ,you just need n little privacy when yoLi ' re on the phone, but out in the hall of vour dorm ig usually not the place to find it. (LEFT. Photo by .^loiiya Nicha Nicholson.) The arches, located on Broad Street, have been the mam entrance to UGA for almost 200 years, and have been the traditional sym- bol repre. ' :cnting our school. (BELOW. Photo bv Bob BoldenJ INTRODUCTION 7
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s Jeff Dendy and Laurel Kemp make friends with the Coke bov at the UCLA game. (TOP. Photo by Bob Bolden.) Playing pool in the gameroom is a popular way to spend time between classes. (LEFT. Photo by Sonya Nicholson.) Hairy Dawg knows who ' s the number one team in the country — the Georgia Bulldogs. (ABOVE. Photo by Greg Peters.) INTROD UCTION/9
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