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Classes were dismissed one day, allowing students and faculty to attend celebration activities.These five major events set the pace for campus activities throughout the year.
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The University will continue to develop and retain traditions long after her Centennial year.
This included a reunion of alumni lllini Achievement Award recipients.
The fifth and final event of the year was a week-long celebration in March of 1968.
Walter Lippmann 17 \o Beauties Photography by Heller's Studio Barbara Handlon 18 Final Judging by Frank Gallo Linda Hoffee 19 \o Beauties Janet Peters 20 Janet Tande 21 \o Beauties Katherine True 22 Sharon Ventress 23 , *** '• ly WKr ".«» HH • Cover a Changes Come Graduation remains a goal of all students (rom the beginning of the University to the present.
you seek his monument, look about you," is inscribed on the grave of the first University of Illinois president.
67 University Queens NANCY SIMS, Plowboy Prom Queen JOAN SCHNEIDER.