Most Terrifying Easter Bunny Ever, 1976

With a suspiciously enthusiastic Dr. Charles Garside of the History Department standing way too close:

As usual I won’t be posting on either Good Friday. Happy Easter to all my friends who celebrate on the Western calendar and once again we’re a week later:

I know none of us will be doing things the way we usually do but if we’ve learned anything at all from How the Grinch Stole Christmas its that no matter what we do it comes anyway.

Bonus: I’ll leave you with a bit of optimism. Back in August I wrote a post with bonus pictures of new grass planted in the shady strip between Rayzor and Sewall–go here for a look. When I was on campus the other day I was astonished to see that the rye grass that they overplanted for the winter had died off in the heat but this zoysia underneath was still alive! I’m not going to claim that it’s lush or anything like that but it is most definitely not dead and it actually looks pretty good as long as you don’t look straight down at it. I’m taking this as a really good sign!

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7 Responses to Most Terrifying Easter Bunny Ever, 1976

  1. Galloway Hudson. Wiess '60 says:

    Yhat patch of zoysia looks suspiciously like what once was a street when I arrived on campus in 1956.

  2. Marty Merritt (Hanszen '84/85) says:

    I wonder if that is the same bunny suit that David M. Zumwalt wore for the MOB’s Playboy show in 1980. Grungy?

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  5. CLARK BURTON Herring says:

    I recognize the two women in teh picture with the inimitable Dr. Charles Garside. They are Grace Wall Harris (in the middles) Baker 1978 ann Barb Ganzel on the left. The child is more than likely Chris Minter son of David and Caroline Minter. Not enough of the face to be sure who is the rabbit but it may be Mike Parmet Baker 1977. The stocks in the backround means we were near the Baker Shakespearean Fair.

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