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Homecoming 2005Join 'The Greatest Show on Earth'

APSU presents The Greatest Show on Earth –Homecoming 2005! To make reservations or for more information, please telephone the numbers provided.

Friday, Oct. 21-Friday, Oct. 28
Queen and King Court selection; students vote online.

Friday, Oct. 28-Saturday, Oct. 29
One Night Stand (Dance Marathon)
8 p.m.-8 a.m., Memorial Health Building, free and open to the public. A student-run fundraiser for the Childrens Miracle Network. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Saturday, Oct. 29-Tuesday, Nov. 1
Decorating Challenge APSU presents “The Greatest Show on Earth” —Homecoming 2005! To make reservations or for more information, please telephone the numbers provided.

Friday, Oct. 21-Friday, Oct. 28
Queen and King Court selection; students vote online.

Friday, Oct. 28-Saturday, Oct. 29
One Night Stand (Dance Marathon)
8 p.m.-8 a.m., Memorial Health Building, free and open to the public. A student-run fundraiser for the Children's Miracle Network. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Saturday, Oct. 29-Tuesday, Nov. 1
Decorating Challenge
Student organizations, faculty, staff and departments are challenged to decorate their offices, houses or other designated areas. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Monday, Oct. 31
APSU Apollo (student talent show)
7-10 p.m., Clement Auditorium. Free, public invited. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431
Wednesday, Nov. 2
War of the Wings chicken wing cook-off
7 p.m., Intramural Field, free. Open to students, faculty and staff. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Chariot Races
7:30 p.m., Intramural Field, free and open to the public. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Bonfire and Announcement of Homecoming Court
8 p.m., Intramural Field, free, open to the public. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Friday, Nov. 4
27th Annual Homecoming Golf Tournament
8 a.m., Swan Lake Golf Course, $60 per person. Sponsored by Ajax Distributing Co. and Miller Lite. Includes ditty bag, refreshments on course and light lunch. Nelson Boehms ('86) and Jeff Turner, co-chairs. Open to public. Contact Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979.

Alumni and Friends Card Party
10 a.m., Morgan University Center; $10 per person. Advance reservations. Larry ('67) and Kay ('62) Martin and Margaret Ann Marshall, co-chairs. Open to the public. Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586.

Cookout/Pep Rally
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Morgan University Center Plaza, free to University students, faculty and staff. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Alumni-Varsity Golf Match
1 p.m. shotgun start, Clarksville Country Club; lunch from noon - 1 p.m. Men's varsity golf alumni compete against the current men's golf team in this annual event. Sherwin Clift (‘60) (931) 801-5138, Steve Miller ('65) (931) 648-4195 or Jim Smith ('68) (931) 645-6586.

14th Annual Dave Aaron Reception
6 p.m., Riverview Inn (ballroom), 50 College Street, free, open to the public. Friends and former players for the late Dave Aaron are encouraged to reunite during this special event. Creson Briggs ('51), Glyn Broom ('51), Brandon Buhler ('51), Ben Fendley ('51), George Fisher ('52), Hendricks Fox ('51), Dick Hardwick ('49) and Bill Cashion, co-chairs. Contact the Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586.

Baseball Alumni Game and Other Festivities
TBA, contact the Baseball Office (931) 221-7902, e-mail mcclureg@apsu.edu or check www.apsu.edu/letsgopeay.

Homecoming Comedy Show
7-9 p.m., Memorial Health Building, free to APSU students, $5 general admission. Tickets
available at Morgan University Center Information Desk. Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Homecoming Street Dance
8 p.m.-midnight; free admission. Reunite with friends and dance the night away at the corner of University and Main Streets to music by Mike Robinson. Food and beverages for sale, sponsored by Budweiser of Clarksville, along with the Burrito Bungalow. Terry ('80) and Debbie Griffin, Craig ('85) and Lori (‘87) O'Shoney, Nelson ('86) and Deborah Boehms and Garnett ('83) and Nancy ('80) Ladd, co-chairs. Open to public. Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586.

Athletic Letter-Winners Reunion
8 p.m., Front Page Deli, 105 Franklin Street, free (cash bar). Hosted by APSU Athletics Office. Contact Athletics (931) 221-7903.

NPHC “Black & White Affair”
10 p.m.-2 a.m., “The Down Under” at the Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center, 430 Warfield Boulevard. Sponsored by the APSU National Pan-Hellenic Council. Admission $10 individual, $15 couple, $1 service charge; Tickets available at the Morgan University Center Information Desk. Advance ticket purchase required. Telephone (931) 221-6230.

Saturday, Nov. 5
Homecoming 5K Run
8 a.m., registration $20 in advance, $25 day of race. Fee includes tee shirt and refreshments; prizes and cash awards. Mike ('78) and Lisa ('81) Kelley, co-chairs. Open to the public, all ages. Contact the Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586.

Alumni Band Rehearsal
9 a.m., music/mass communication building, room 147. Band alumni are invited to dust off their instruments and batons for the 2005 edition of the Alumni Band! APSU's band staff looks forward to bringing this great tradition back to campus for a special performance during the Homecoming game. RSVP to Andrea Brown, director of athletic bands, at browna@apsu.edu or telephone (931) 221-6820.

Homecoming Parade
10 a.m., through downtown Clarksville, free.Student Life and Leadership (931) 221-7431.

Alumni Awards and College of Science and Mathematics Reunion Brunch
10:45 a.m., Morgan University Center Ballroom, $20 per person; advance reservations required. Gather early to watch the parade and then move on to the brunch to meet and mingle with other alumni and friends. Highlights include the presentation of the 2005 alumni awards and recognition of graduates from the College of Science and Mathematics. Wayne and Kay ('77) Murphy, David and Kim ('90, '95) Smith, Elvy ('77) and Sandra ('82) Watson and Sue Smith, co-chairs; open to the public. Contact the Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586. Deadline for reservations is Tuesday, Nov. 1.

Alumni Band Hospitality Tent
The University band faculty invites band alumni to stop by for dessert and fellowship from 11 a.m.-1:45 p.m., parking lot in front of Tennis Center, free to all APSU band alumni and their fellowship. RSVP to Andrea Brown at browna@apsu.edu or telephone (931) 221-6820.

Alumni Hospitality Tent
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., parking lot in front of Tennis Center, beverages available, free. Contact the Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586.

Old Fashioned Pig Roast
11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m., parking lot in front of Tennis Center, free and open to the public. Enjoy barbeque and fixings, sponsored by Gait Packagings LLC and Student Life and Leadership Office. Contact the University Advancement Office (931) 221-7127.

APSU vs. St. Joseph's Homecoming Football Game
2 p.m., Governors Stadium, open to the public. Free admission for reunion group. Special activities include presentation of the sixth annual National Alumni Association Wyatt Award. For admission prices, telephone the Athletics Ticket Office (931) 221-7761.

African-American Alumni Chapter Reception
4:30-6:30 p.m., Morgan University Center Ballroom, free. Nancy Washington ('99), Makeba Webb ('00) and Kenny Maddox ('96), co-chairs. Contact the Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586.

Nursing Reception
4:30-6:30 p.m., McReynolds Building, free. Sponsored by the Nursing Alumni Chapter; information on RN-BSN tract and RODP master's in nursing program available. Contact the Alumni and Annual Giving Office (931) 221-7979 or 1-800-264-2586.

NPHC 2005 Homecoming Step Show
7 p.m., Memorial Health Gymnasium. Admission $12 in advance, $15 day of show, $1 service charge. Tickets available at the Morgan University Center Information Desk. Advance ticket purchase required. Contact (931) 221-6230.
—Dennie B. Burke