Monthly Archives: July 2019

“the principle involved is vital,” 1940

This kind of thing was not uncharacteristic. Back in the day the powers that be (or were, I guess) enforced regulations with what looks today like unseemly vigor. In particular there was a mania about keys. I’ve seen people fired … Continue reading

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View from Inside the Stadium, circa 1970

Regarding the picture of the press box the other day my friend Chuck Pool, Assistant AD for Media Relations at Rice, correctly noted in the comments that it must have been taken in the ’60s as there was no R … Continue reading

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Full House, no date

I made it a week and a half without posting, which is better than I expected. I am very far from home and the internet situation is not ideal. But I’ve had lots of quiet time to browse around my … Continue reading

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