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As a teenager growing up in COmo in the late ‘70s early ‘80s

Posted on: October 11, 2018 at 10:05:52 CT
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I also have many fond not-for-publication memories of the Hearnes Center. Nowell’s, the local grocery king, always had free “D” section tickets and the Hearnes Center was THE place to be for most of Como’s teenagers during the cold winters of those years. Parents would drop off their kids and either go to the game themselves or arrange pickup later. The doors at the top of the D corners were always unlocked and gave free access to the vast back office spaces and stairwells and back corridors of the Hearnes building including the Fieldhouse and often the practice gym and wrestling rooms. No one really cared as long as we weren’t breaking anything. Total freedom. Great times.
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Article on the Hearnes Center - FIJItiger MU - 10/11 09:05:43
     As a kid I loved taking home a piece of those hand-painted - largefries MU - 10/11 23:00:04
     As a teenager growing up in COmo in the late ‘70s early ‘80s - GapDaddy MU - 10/11 10:05:52
          Found open doors on numerous nights and played pick-up - tigertix MU - 10/11 13:59:44
          Agreed. Upper Hearnes was a never ending maze of doors...... - ClassicTiger MU - 10/11 13:51:08
               Been on that roof. Welders were working on some flashings - Tigrrrr! MU - 10/11 17:02:49
                    Also been inside the dome on Jesse and the roof of it - Tigrrrr! MU - 10/11 17:03:15
          My father took classes in those sections of D with desks (nm) - FIJItiger MU - 10/11 10:39:46




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