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Homecoming 9 1 Spirits were high during Homecoming week, even though the rain and the loss to Vanderbilt attempted to damper the weekend. The Rebel team fought a gallant battle, while students and alumni cheered throughout Vaught-Hemingway stadium. Each year Homecoming brings to campus a variety of age groups who all share in the love and traditional pride that make Die Miss a special place to come home to. With school-age children tossing miniture footballs in the Grove, to the alumni band playing, to the crowning of the homecoming queen, Ole Miss homecoming allows everyone to experience some- thing to remember. Wi th the Student Programming board promoting events throughout the week, homecoming week of- fered events to cover almost everyone ' s interests. Monday — volleyball in the grove and spades tour- nament in the Union. Tuesday — acoustical guitarist David Kincaid at lunch on the Union plaza and a nine-hole shotgun golf tournament at the University golf course. Wednesday — Ole Miss dunkin ' booth and " Casino Night. " Thursday — David Kincaid at lunch on the Union plaza and Homecoming Parade through Oxford. 1. Unique to Ole Miss, the Grove is alive with activities during home games, but is always extra special during homecoming. 2. Grenda native Amy Harrison accepted the homecoming crown at halftime. 3. Born and bred Rebels. 4. Warming up before the game, the Rebel football team swung into action against Vanderbilt. A 4 Photo by Arne Cast 18 — Student Life
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1. Rebs break through a " Spirit of the South " banner on game day. 2. Johnny Reb struts down the field commanding attention. 3. The cheerleaders did their part to involve the crowd, this year passing out pom-poms as an alternative to the Rebel flag. 4. Generations of Ole Miss alumni and future alumni can be seen in the Grove on game Saturdays. Student Life — 19
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