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‘Govs Go Hollywood' during Homecoming 2004

Lights, camera, action!

A full slate of activities is planned for Austin Peays Homecoming, with a Govs Go Hollywood theme.

Homecoming kicks off with online student voting Oct. 23-28 for Homecoming Queen, King and court. Below is a full calendar:

Monday, Nov. 1
•7 p.m.–APollo Variety Show, Clement Auditorium. $1 non-students.

Tuesday, Nov. 2
•6 p.m.–International Night, UC Ballroom. Free.

Wednesday, Nov. 3
•11 a.m.–Chili Cook-Off, UC Ballroom.

•6 p.m.–Cookout/War of the Wings/Chariot Races (students only).
Lights, camera, action!

A full slate of activities is planned for Austin Peay's Homecoming, with a “Govs Go Hollywood” theme.

Homecoming kicks off with online student voting Oct. 23-28 for Homecoming Queen, King and court. Below is a full calendar:

Monday, Nov. 1
•7 p.m.—APollo Variety Show, Clement Auditorium. $1 non-students.

Tuesday, Nov. 2
•6 p.m.—International Night, UC Ballroom. Free.

Wednesday, Nov. 3
•11 a.m.—Chili Cook-Off, UC Ballroom.

•6 p.m.—Cookout/War of the Wings/Chariot Races (students only).

•7 p.m.—Bonfire, Intramural Field.

Thursday, Nov. 4
•7 p.m.—Lights, Camera, Action Comedy Show, Clement Auditorium. $10 general, students free. Tickets on sale at UC Information Desk. Performers are Pat Brown, Dan Mengini and Prescott.

•9 p.m.—Hollywood Lounge, Java City. Admission is two canned goods, APSU students free. Free mock-tails and live music by Butter and Sugar.

Friday, Nov. 5
•8 a.m.—26th Annual Homecoming Golf Tournament, Swan Lake Golf Course. $55. Sponsored by Ajax Distributing Co. and Miller Lite. Fee includes ditty bag, refreshments and light lunch.

•10 a.m.—Alumni and Friends Card Party, UC. $10. Advance reservations required.

•Noon - Cookout/Pep Rally/Step-Off, UC Plaza. Free.

•1 p.m.—Alumni-Varsity Golf Match, Clarksville Country Club. Men's varsity golf alumni vs. current men's golf team.

•6 p.m.—13th Annual Dave Aaron Reception, Riverview Hotel (restaurant), 50 College St. Free. Friends and former players for the late Dave Aaron are encouraged to attend. Visit the Hospitality Suite, room 402, on Friday or Saturday.

•6:30 p.m.—Baseball Alumni Game, Raymond C. Hand Park. Free. The 1994 OVC Championship Team will be honored at the Homecoming Football Game.

•7 p.m.—“Sepia” Fashion Revue with Vogue-Esquire Models, MMC concert theatre. $25.
Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha.

•7 p.m.—Lady Govs vs. Samford (volleyball), Dunn Center. Free.

•8 p.m.-Midnight—Homecoming Street Dance, Franklin Street. Free. Dance the night away to music by Mike Robinson. At 10 p.m., catch the "star style" fashion show presented by Posh. Food and beverages for sale, sponsored by Budweiser of Clarksville along with the Blackhorse Pub and Brewery and Front Page Deli.

•9 p.m.—Former Athletic Letter-Winners Reunion, Front Page Deli, 105 Franklin St. Free (cash bar). Hosted by APSU Athletics Office.

•10 p.m.- 2 a.m.—NPHC Black and White Affair, The Down Under at the Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center, 430 Warfield Blvd. $10 single, $15 couple; tickets in advance at the Morgan University Center Information Desk. Advance ticket purchase required.

Saturday, Nov. 6
•8 a.m.—Homecoming 5K Run. $20 in advance, $25 day of race. Fee includes T-shirt and continental breakfast.

•9:45 a.m.—Homecoming Parade, downtown Clarksville. Free. Open to public.

•10:30 a.m. - Alumni Awards and College of Professional Programs and Social Sciences Reunion Brunch, UC Ballroom. $20, reservations required. Highlights include the presentation of the 2004 alumni awards and recognition of graduates from the College of Professional Programs and Social Sciences.
•10:30 a.m. - Hollywood Boulevard Street Fair, Armory Lot. Food for sale by a variety of vendors; APSU students eat free with vendor tickets. Live music, face painting, Kiddy Land.

•11 a.m-12:45 p.m.—Alumni Hospitality Tent, Armory Lot. Free.

•11 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.—Governors Club Reception, Armory Lot. Free.

•1 p.m.—APSU vs. Davidson Homecoming Football Game, Governors Stadium. Special activities include recognition of members of the 1994 OVC Championship Baseball Team and presentation of the fifth annual National Alumni Association Wyatt Award.

•2 p.m.—Lady Govs vs. Jacksonville State (volleyball), Dunn Center. Free.

•4-5:30 p.m.—Nursing Reception, McReynolds Building. Free. Sponsored by the Nursing Alumni Chapter.

•4-5:30 p.m.—African-American Alumni Chapter Reception, UC. Free.

•7 p.m.—NPHC Step Show
—Dennie Burke