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`     E .   I. 5: ` `/ I |'€|T|€|'T\b€|" Saturday night fraternity partiesffhat
  _" t ‘ ·§;— if _ {5,3 was back in the days when a couple of kegs and a Motown
{     CE;]  Q   ¤¢T__ H ` _[ *5*7;   band reigned supreme! I remember how everybody would
  ‘ 3.   — , — l     il   be dancing to the songs of the Four Tops, Wilson Picket,
  ' ·   of '‘—`- · fTi;_ A“7_ ,,_   Otis Redding, Sam & Dave (I could go on and on) and the
  ip W   _  _ ’ ~ night just continued to build to an absolute fever pitch!
  .»_;   _ "f ‘’4p j   J i And I also remember the guys who would get the most
Smdgm Umm I .}"·‘ ·“* "" "out—of—control" and be the one to jump in the middle of
._ the beer-soaked dance floor to do the ‘“al1igator." By the
A end of the evening, we would all be standing right in front
I !'€I'I1€I`hb€I‘ walking across Euclid Avenue from _ 4 N [ of ih6 band
Jewell Hall in September 1960. This was my first day on I ‘ · Q   .¢ (SOIU6 Of Us W6Y6
campus. When I stepped on the curb on the opposite side TL ’, i`   lg  _ I \ 6V6¤ QWU?16 j
of the street, and onto the sidewalk next to the old A YY" ri z    "· - ‘ ¤;. ‘ `T 5%*26 Wit OUT ’
Alumni Qoliseum, I noticed the ivy covering the walls of = _» .    l  §• ’   arms around 6361*
that building and the Student Union next to it, The  _' \ ""\* X K ‘· I other singing the
“Halls of Ivy!" I was actually going to college at · N _' I 1 SUITES W6 ¤l¥l0V6d .
UK. More than 40 years later, when I pass that way on ‘ i at t 6 WP 0 OUY
a very changed campus, the nostalgia is overwhelming. ;,   — . ‘ V0i66S- It Was
I can see the campus as it was on that day still — in my 1  g 1 awesome! (
mind’s eye. I was the first of my 10 siblings who was ,  \__ l I _ Ph1lTh0mpS<>¤ i
going to college and I was so proud that I almost burst! _ ____ ,___ • _, A _ ,71
4 I knew that only three other students from my high t ' { I "~
school would be there, two boys and one girl whom I i j
had not known well. She and I met for dinner that . _   _    ‘·—_ y. _,  y A ‘
evening and have been best friends for 43 years. F i   P M i A ,
— Alice Tucker ’65 V`6l?6!`!l'l?V 8!`l?!6S A
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II1 my IISI I would have the friends and education I received at the Reynolds ‘ · ei ‘2— A
Building and Pence Hall in the College of Architecture. I spent more hours in . Kt E, ,_
those buildings than my own dorm room or apartment for five years. The school _ - ’
taught me to be rational, to think, to have perseverance, time management and { ‘ gtlmm I, · \
design which I have used throughout my career. The school built "character" and ~
“tenacity" in the graduates of my class, a valuable trait in my chosen profes- ‘ `§\ ‘
sion."— Patrick Fugeman ’69 _f M i _
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    Two ITI€I"I'\0I"I€S that take me back to my t I   . _
., j   *4 days at UK in the late 1960s: National Guard on   ' 3 `__"
=  V Q   campus after the ROTC Building burned down ' { _ - ’ ` _
i- ,31  ·;;,_ (Particularly memorable because some of the S _  ~ ¤ {
.   guardsmen were students I had class with at UK) fr •* `l(  gl { ._
_ I   We and everyone dressing up for football games and _  I Q _ gi · X; _ A
°    eg? ‘: the mums girls wore to Homecoming. Another °   r { MQ.}, W/` gh
‘ l jj? .  ·   thing along with the mums was the students V _ Q
, [  l" standing for the last quarter of the football games. » L} K Q ’ '
I   ` I remember how cold your legs would get by the ‘_/ \ 4  I \ 6
  ‘ ”    end of the game because you didn`t wear slacks, » ‘ ‘
° . much lessjeans, to the games.- Ann B. Eads ’7O ) ` ‘ ` I
, Homecoming Mums I
• Trips to HaII’s and johnny • Walking "downtown" f,
AIIman’s at the river to shop at Stewart’s  
• French fries at The Greasy • Panty raids f pj; =
Spoon (where the Boone • Greek Serenading __ " _li _ ' ___ \
Center is now) • $t¤|| Field   jd
— Jane Miller Haase ’72 K CKY ALUMNI 19
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