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September 23, 1982

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September 23, 1982 E WU Supplement I Page19 g to span five decades atmos- On Friday evening, the a uni- PUB is transformed into a completing wonderfully-zany, thorough- one is ly-comedic yet impressive the Centen- world of mental machinations of 1982 is a compliments of Tom Deluca. a journey for- Activities Coordinator Art ,s of the Martin says of Deluca, "After his standing ovation perfor- titled "Sil- mances last year, we are Past," this looking forward to a very at East- exciting evening of entertain- University, ment from Tom." Sraorgasboard Returning students who from the caught his show last year will Rough Riders" would make another appearance--perhaps the final outcome on the Port District will be a factor. Following the parade an 11 a.m. brunch in Tawanka Commons is scheduled. Res- ervations may be made by contacting the Alumni Office at 359-2406. At 1:30 p.m., the EWU Eagles kick off to Simon Fraser at the homecoming game. A post-game recep- tion, open to the public, will gh the ............................................... follow at 4:30 p.m. in Alber&apos;s by tradi- events as novel varia- week begins 11 with a live by the "John music from should a.m. for the in the PUB  room. 12 marks the Homecoming Ray Hen- mood with 1930's at 11:30 evening at 7 is invited to Queen's competing be judged ueens who years. ibitions of arid wit, four announced. Taw- Will be trans- SPeakeasy" of III Flappers to 6 p.m. stave off after- will fea- belting or tunes of the a.m. in the rpose room. a late night too tired gala evening music from one up at PUB, the begins at and Break out the peddle first Ball aa.', Fifties after she Will preside evening of a cos- contest. on as "Fire- its rendition Sixties at Homecoming Oct. 16 remember his impressive feats of hypnotism and agree that the $2 charge for stu- dents and $3 price tag for the general public is money well spent. Purchase these tickets early, they go fast. On the final day of Home- coming Week, dorm dwellers sleeping off their hangovers may well mistake the sound of marching drums for head- aches. At 10 a.m. the Home- coming Parade departs from seventh and G Streets and winds its way through Che- ney, finishing at Woodward Field via Elm Street. Prizes will be awarded to first through third place fin- ishers for best float, best marching band and other miscellaneous entries. It was unknown at presstime if Pres- ident Dr. H. George Freder- ickson and his "West Plains Court. Rest up after the afternoon festivities so you're up and raring to go for the Centen- nial Homecoming Dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Davenport Hotel. This year, the free gala evening will feature five decades of music with a variety of bands per- forming tunes from the Thir- ties through the Seventies. With such a wide range of tunes to dance to, everyone from fox-trotters through punk rockers should be able to trip the light fantastic. Concurrent with the home- coming dance will be a num- ber of reunions for groups such as former Associated Student Presidents, ROTC members, the Bachelors Club and the Scarlet Arrows. Per- sons interested in reunion activities can contact the Alumni Office at 359-2351 for details. The Alumni Office can also provide information on special room rates avail- able at the Davenport for those attending the week's events. P ort of E ntry "THE FIRST STOP FOR YOUR FOREIGN CAR" BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL: TU N E-U P $32.95 ALL PARTS INCLUDED OFFER EXPIRES OCT. 1st, 1982 CHECK AROUND: OUR PRICES ,9 QUALITY CAN'T BE BEAT CALL FOR APPOINTMENT. PLEASE 818- 1st, Cheney, WA 235-6843 Fall Rec Schedule Building Hours: 1:}0 C.l!. - JO:00 p ,h. MI)l]ddy thru friday I0:30 a.[n. - 10:00 p.a. Saturday 10:30 a.ln. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday Activity Area Availability Schedule Fail Quarter. 1982 Racque3baU_ (:o_u!_Ls.Phasy II ) bnday & Nednesday: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., noon nour und ai tar 2:00 p.,,. 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