September 18 Custom would dictate that a free day be given to students as soon as the bustle and excitement of unpacking and arranging has subsided. On this day in 1898 students took morning walks into the country, many for the first time seeing a coke oven or mine. The afternoon was spent playing ball and lounging about the campus.—Saint Vincent Journal, Volume 8, Number 1, October 1898, Page 33.
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