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A female student holds the ankles of a male student as he carves his name into wet cement. Other people can be seen in the background also signing their names. This is part of the annual tradition where new students sign their names on the sidewalk.

A Group of Freshmen carve their names into the concrete sidewalk as part of the New Student Week Activities of 1961.
From the Grove yearbook, 1962, page 125.

New students signed the Freshman Walk during fall orientation. Traditionally, all first year students were required to wear the beanie during their first year at school. This practice was discontinued by the 1970s.
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