The Yucca, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1964 Page: 53
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Stage show talent came from all sources, and Steve Fromholz, Patti Lohman and Mike Mur-
the majority was in the form of folksingers like phey, who sang "Man of Constant Sorrow."
Even the old-timers didn't real-
ize how tired they were until after
the game. When they stood in
line for the barbecue in the Men's
Gym, their shoulders drooped a
little, and they didn't seem quite
as boisterous as before. They
shook hands with other exes and
reminisced a bit. "Saw J. C. Mat-
thews while ago," someone said.
"He was a sophomore when I
graduated . .."
A few hours later, exes and
present students viewed 'Fessor
Floyd Graham's stage show. Gui-
tarists and folk singers monopo-
lized the show, but a magician
and a ventriloquist sneaked on-
stage between bursts of music.
For some exes and many stu-
dents, a dance and a few parties
were the next projects. Exhaus-
tion and heavy sleep followed.
Banjo strings glisten in the glare of the spotlight as folk-
singer Joe Downs presents a lusty "Rock Island Line."
"He's the woodenhead in this
crowd," Baylor University ven-
triloquist Lee Dean's dummy
confides to 'Fessor Graham, left,
and the snickering audience.
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