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Loveliest of the Plains—A Constructive View of Haley Center

Speaking of erecting Haley Center, with Melissa Melton’s legs hanging around, it’s a wonder they finished the thing.

From the front page of the Oct. 10, 1968 issue of The Plainsman.

Haley Center did indeed open for academic (and other) business 8 months later. The confusion was immediate.

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Related:  The A.U. Squirrel Club sign at Haley Center.

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