October 9, 1912

On this day a hundred years ago, they were putting the final touches on things before the opening ceremonies.

We’re doing the same today.

Bonus: Seriously, the campus is absolutely immaculate—much cleaner than it was in 1912. Even this thing is working.

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3 Responses to October 9, 1912

  1. effegee says:

    A lot less grass to mow today….

    • Grungy says:

      I would venture a lot more, as most of what was there was mud and scrub growth.
      It wasn’t as if they sodded the entire property for the opening ceremony.
      There are a lot more trees today.

  2. Leoguy says:

    Makes me wonder what Rice will look like on October 9, 2112.

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