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'Is football playing
Along the river shore,
With lads to chase the leather,
Now I stand up no more?'
Ay, the ball is flying,
The lads play heart and soul ...

From: "Is my team ploughing..."
A. E. Housman (1859-1936)

     
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From ...eduardo (12/19/2014)
Great weekend in NYC and Yankee Stadium 2014
From ...milton (10/12/2010)
big 50th reunion scheduled for sept30-oct1 of 2011; make plans, spread the word,and get fired up
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Has-Been tales: "Into the Breach" by Milton
Morning of a home game, loafing around the frat house listening to Larko. There's time for one more story, or two, before reporting to Taylor Stadium. Maybe the one about Joe Boyle, or the Dearbot fly, or some other denizen of The Valley.
Time moves ahead - fast it seems. Soon it is time to go. We pile into Andy's yellow Plymouth, which we call "The Halftrack." *

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1961 Lehigh Engineers       Add a comment

A "roll," handed out by Gene Sheska consisted of two of these socks, plus a jock, Tee shirt (also with bulls eye logo) and towell. The idea was that the "bulls eye" would discourage theft. It didn't really work out, because it seemed that adolescents in the early sixties thought it cool to parade around campus with "team issue" Tee shirts and socks, even if they did have a circle with a dot. Who'd have thunk it?



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