|The bookstore was owned by a fellow named L.L. Ivey, I-v-e-y, I believe, and the bookstore, at the time I was a freshman, was in the basement of a dining hall,
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|which they called the [Bull?] Hall on account of the [meat?] agriculture and so forth. He had five or six students and one ex-student who was a graduate who was his first assistant.
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|The rest of us had schedules not conflicting with our classes and so Ivey hired me my sophomore, junior and senior years as one of his—.
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|The first two years I think I did what they called jerking sodas. You get where the students all get there between classes and make coca-colas and everything.
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|The last year he had me in the book department because that’s where the students bought all their books, so that was a little different arrangement from jerking sodas.
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|But L.L. Ivey, he was a first rate fellow and he paid us thirty dollars a month for part time work, which was very helpful in going to school and that worked out very well.
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|Later on he moved to the Y at the ground level, the YMCA, and that’s where I worked the last year that I was there,
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|but then later on I understand they moved it across the road where the basketball—. [inaudible] dormitory was also across the railroad, up the other side of the railroad.
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|But that was a good experience and a very good way to help myself along.
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