Monthly Archives: February 2016

Touchdown

I’m talking at an event tonight so I don’t have time to compose anything here. What I do have is another wonderful photograph, this one courtesy of loyal reader Nancy Burch: Nancy, who would know, says it’s David Houser ’78, … Continue reading

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Pointless Musings from My Sickbed

Some of you might have gotten the impression over the years that these posts are essentially random. This is because they are. I don’t have all that much time to spend on hunting specific things down for no good reason … Continue reading

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Up in the Air

I’m still pretty well under the weather today but I maintain high hopes for tomorrow. This is a beautiful photograph that I found tucked behind some bigger things in an R Association box. I believe that’s Dave Roberts, which would … Continue reading

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All Lit Up, 1912

I made it back to Houston but I’m home sick today. The most feverish thing I could think of to post is this weird image of the Administration Building ablaze one night in 1912: I think I’ll have my feet … Continue reading

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Friday Follies: Homecoming King

This one isn’t from 1951. It’s a Tommy Laverne image and it’s stamped 1993 but I’ve learned to be skeptical of those stamps. Cute little fella, though.

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Always Try to Get a Window Seat

I have a long meeting today. Be back tomorrow. Unlabeled, undated. I assume it’s the ’70s and I also assume it’s the gym. Bonus:

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Special Guest Star, Homecoming 1951

Here are two quite unusual images from the file labeled “Homecoming 1951”: Well now. What to make of this? I’ve never seen anything like it. What alumnus could merit a microphone on the tarmac, not to mention special trip out … Continue reading

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