f » amksa * umch ' franks a bunch T H E C O L L E G E O F T H E A D I R O N D A C K OK, we groused, we m o a n e d , w e com p lained (How many skips do I have left? Where did they get that guy, anyway?), but Hotel Lecture was a regular fixture for most of us. (How to negotiate the frozen tundra in those Thursday high heels was a lesson not listed on ahy resume . . .). THE U.S. OPEN. THE KENTUCKY DER BY. THE BREEDER'S CUP. Hotellies and Cheffies staffed all of these events a n d others this year, working both in food preparation a n d sales, track- side an d infield. It g a v e us a ch a n c e to see exactly w h a t a REALLY high volume business is like (no, the Hot Sara does not take In $40,000 a day!), It also g a v e us a c h a n c e to build our resumes, occasionally take in a little tennis or horse racing, and spot some celebrities (is that REALLY Marla M aples?) while m a k ing a little extra cash as well. Recruiters ca m e to speak, alumni ca m e to speak, professors cam e to speak . . . a n d some of them led to some g o o d job or school opportuni ties as well as giving us a glimpse inside the Industry we're trying to ge t into.