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We had both scored high on the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) test so it was only logical that we both become engineers.
In the spring of a€™69 I was in Austin for the State Solo & Ensemble competition and auditioned for The Longhorn Band with an assistant band director.
At the UT freshman orientation week, we were told that over half of us would change majors at least once during our time at UT. DiNino came to UT from Minnesota in 1955 as the first faculty status Longhorn Band director. The win at Arkansas earned the Longhorns another trip to the Cotton Bowl as undefeated champions of the Southwest Conference where their surprise opponent was none other than legendary Notre Dame, who had a history of shunning all bowl games.
Besides the rehearsals, the bus trips, and the parties, there were also performances for concerts, basketball games, baseball games, and other special events.
Directly or indirectly, everything we enjoyed about Longhorn Band we owed to Vincent DiNino. Fall 1968 was the beginning of our senior year.A  John and I visited Austin that summer and selected our dormitory for the next year. At the UT freshman orientation week, we were told that over half of us would change majors at least once during our time at UT.A  I was astounded by that statistic, consoled only by the fact that at least I would not be one of them! DiNino came to UT from Minnesota in 1955 as the first faculty status Longhorn Band director.A  He built the band from a 70-member all male musical ensemble into a 300+ member show band with swagger and pride. 1969 was the 100th anniversary of organized college football.A  Ohio State was the defending National Champs and expected to repeat, but when upset by bitter rival Michigan, UT took over #1.
The win at Arkansas earned the Longhorns another trip to the Cotton Bowl as undefeated champions of the Southwest Conference where their surprise opponent was none other than legendary Notre Dame, who had a history of shunning all bowl games.A  This was Notre Damea€™s first bowl appearance since 1924.
Directly or indirectly, everything we enjoyed about Longhorn Band we owed to Vincent DiNino.A  Mr. ZON MIRACL HAND MADE junior class - A Ex1, CW, J-CAC, Best Junior Female, Best Junior in Breed. ZON MIRACL HAND MADE junior class - A Ex1, CW, J-CAC, Best Junior, Best of Breed, Best in Group, 3-rd Best Junior in Show! ZON MIRACL MAKE MY DAY FOR GOLBOURNE A junior dog class - A Ex1, this qualifying him for Crufts 2011!
JCH ZON MIRACL PRINCESS VILONA junior class - A Ex31, CW, J.CAC, Best Junior in Breed, Best Junior in Show!
ZON MIRACL MA ROMANEE CONTI junior class - A Ex1, CW, Best Junior Female in Color, Best Junior Female, J-CAC! ZON MIRACL CASSIUS KLEY intermediate class - Ex1, CW, Best Male in Color, Best Male in Breed, Club Winner, BIS-2! ZON MIRACL PIER junior class - A Ex1, CW, Junior Club Winner, Best Junior in Color, Best Junior in Show, BIS-3! February 21, 2010 First Company Governor's Foot Guard Athletic Association A Dog Show A  Hartford, CT, USA A  Judge Mrs. ZON MIRACL CASSIUS KLEY intermediate class - Ex1, CW, Best Male in Color, Best Male in Breed, candidate to Club Champion. ZON MIRACL MARSHMALLOW junior class - A Ex1, CW, candidate to Junior Club Champion, Best Junior in Color. Consequently, I can only name one person in my life today, other than family, which I have known for nearly five decades. I was accepted, an impressive accomplishment except for the fact that back then they pretty much took anyone who tried out.
In my third year I realized that I was majoring more in Longhorn Band than electrical engineering, so I changed my major to Mus. A special bond forms between the members of any group or team that has to work together to achieve a common goal, but each group experience is unique. I sometimes wonder how different my life would have been had John Tilly not gotten me to UT where I became part of Mr.
This engineering student ended up in education for 32 years teaching band, math, and computers.
I knew UT was a big school, so I assumed that they had a football team and a band.A  I would probably want to be in that band. Someone told us that they had high hopes for the UT football team that year, but after they went 0-1-1 in their first two games, we forgot about them and concentrated on our own Andrews Mustangs. I was accepted, an impressive accomplishment except for the fact that back then they pretty much took anyone who tried out.A  That soon changed. The other interesting memory from that week was the two girls from Houston who met for the first time at orientation then discovered that they had just graduated from the same high school!
In yet another exciting come-from-behind win, Texas finished the season undefeated and the unanimous choice for National Champions.
As an honor student and first chair trombone in the band, I figured I was pretty well set for life. Since we graduated in a€™69, we may have been part of the first administration of the test. I played my trombone next to people who grew up in the Austin area dreaming of the day when they would take their places in the ranks of burnt orange bandsmen.
This country boy from the anthills of West Texas stumbled into, and became part of, an historic college football season with more than enough memories to last a lifetime. I tried to provide my students with some of the positive experiences I enjoyed as a student. Then on New Years Day 1969 I was watching TV and stumbled onto a game called the Cotton Bowl and there was the UT band!
As the banda€™s numbers began to exceed 400, the selection process became much more competitive.
However, after a flu epidemic the week before an OU game thinned the ranks of the LHB, the ladies came to the rescue and have marched ever since.
In 1970 I met Beverly Green, a freshman saxophone player from Austin who was the daughter of a Baptist minister.A  Beverly had made a last minute switch from enrolling in her parentsa€™ alma mater, Baylor, to attend UT. He died this September (2014) at the age of 95.A  Just last year he was still directing the Longhorn Band in The Eyes of Texas at a football game. For the second year in a row they waited until the last game of the year to let Bearcat fans know their playoff fate. While I expected to discover new and exciting things about the wide world beyond west Texas, I had no idea how small the sliver of my experience thus far had been. In a university of 30,000+ students, a tight-knit group of 300 band members became my family. John graduated with a degree in journalism in four years (one of those anomalies) and went on to become a lawyer in Dallas. John was a fellow honor student so we had a lot of the same classes and even double-dated in our later HS years.
Actually, there were two UT bands, because Texas was playing Tennessee, but I was more interested in the burnt orange group. From the marching flags to the fringed uniforms to the beaver Stetson hats, DiNino infused the Longhorn Band experience with personality and pride. In a university of 30,000+ students, a tight-knit group of 300 band members became my family.A  The Longhorn Band was a fine musical organization, but most of the band members were not music majors.
She only tried out for LHB because of the insistence of her high school best friend, Brenda Dees. My freshman band was the first group to rehearse in the new, state-of-the-art band hall.A  In the summer of a€™69 the LHB had moved out of the converted barracks building (outgrown years before) that served as the banda€™s a€?temporarya€? quarters for 20 years. The man had an incredible memory, super human energy, and a larger-than-life personality that inspired the creation of The Showband of the Southwest over half a century ago. Last year, they won their last game but lost out on the playoffs when Granbury snuck in upsetting O.
Back then most people were white, different sexual orientations did not exist, you were lucky to get three channels on your TV, and except for going to church on Sundays, nothing was more important than high school football. Beverly ended up with degrees from UT, A&M, and SMU, or as we like to say, almost half of the old Southwest Conference!


Fortunately for me, John decided that he and I would make great college roommates, and by our junior year we had a plan. It did not matter if one was a business, education, or humanities major, or even an engineer or pre-med student. My only college experience was the Tech-Arkansas football game that another frienda€™s family took me to in Lubbock. To complete the last year of her seminary studies at SMU, Beverly lived with John and his wife Wanda in Irving during the week, making the three-hour journey home each weekend. Texas won the game, consecutive win #9 in what would eventually become a school-record 30 game win streak. In an on-again, off-again relationship over the next few years, we finally got married in 1976 and ita€™s been on-again ever since! Wyatt There would be no such drama this year as Aledo rode the hot hand of junior guard Dawson Gates. He had studied our profiles (with pictures attached) and knew virtually everyonea€™s name on the first day a€“ thata€™s over 100 freshmen band members. One advantage of staying in band an extra year was the fifth-year lettering award a€“ a set of Longhorns. Ia€™ve learned a lot over the years, and Ia€™m grateful to all those who have helped direct my life. One of my treasured possessions is a copy of Terry Freia€™s book, Horns, Hogs, & Nixon Coming. He had an incredible knack for remembering names, even names of former band members from years past. After beginning the season 4-0, they hit some hard times the second half of district with five of seven games on the road.
In fact, by the time my tenure on campus was complete, I viewed four-year graduates as the anomalies. They were huge and created a wall of sound like I had never heard.A  College band looked way cool.
John gave me my copy a€“ autographed by the late James Street, quarterback of the a€™68 & a€™69 teams. Aledo had lost four straight and were 1-5 in the second half of district.The Bearcats reached back and did what they needed to turn back a hot South Hills team. An occasional a€?professional studenta€? would test the limits of this opportunity.A  I think Chuck set the record at 12 years in LHB.
Of our 300+ band, only about 200 got to travel to away games.A  The travel band was heavy on brass because we could make more noise, so I was fortunate to be a trombone player. It was gut check time for the Bearcats and they fulfilled the promise they showed earlier in the year in tough District 7-4A.
The only game I missed that year was at UCLA, and finances prevented the band from making the trip to California. Carl Williams scored 11 and Luke Bishop was also in double figures with ten points.The Bearcats will face District 8-4A Champion (24-3) Everman Bulldogs Tuesday February 18 at Brewer High School. Everman is currently ranked # 14 in Class 4A.It will be a repeat performance for the Bearcats in the playoffs under Coach Steve Smith.
Centre: Charlie Bennett, Les Griffin (trainer), Harry Oxtoby (trainer), Greg Anderson (treasurer), Jack Armstrong (secretary), Bruce Cambridge (president), Ray Hunt (manager), Graham Seymour. This year, Aledo is in the driver’s seat and can control their own playoff fate with just one more victory over surging South Hills. Granbury has been eliminated at 5-8 with a 47-45 loss to South Hills last night. The victory for the Scorpions was their third in the last four games and has propelled them into the do-or-die final showdown with Aledo on Tuesday night. Aledo got off to another slow start against Arlington Heights. The Bearcats could only manage 19 points by halftime and were down 27-19 at the end of the first half. The Bearcats have been a second half team all season and Friday’s Senior Night home finale was no different. Arlington Heights pulled away in the fourth quarter to spoil Aledo’s Senior Night with a 52-43 victory. The game was delayed one day due to bad weather Friday night. It was the final home game for Aledo seniors Josh Bell, Sean Church, Chandler Dean, Matt Dunn, Alex Stockdale, and Carl Williams. Leading Bearcats vs. Southwest (8-5) and Arlington Heights (8-5) are currently tied for second place in the district.
The two teams could still tie.For Aledo (6-7), it all comes down to the final game against South Hills (6-7).
Unfortunately for the Bearcats, these are two teams going in opposite  directions in the second half of district play. Since Aledo beat South Hills at home 56-44 on January 17, the Bearcats are 1-5 while South Hills is 4-2. The Bearcats will be playing their fifth road game out of seven in the second half of district.
With Williams in the lineup for that game, we would most likely be talking about the Bearcats already clinching a playoff spot. It is what it is and what it is isn’t that bad at all. If you recall last year, the Bearcats had to win their final game on Senior Night to have a chance at the playoffs.
Nick Losos will miss the remainder of the season with a knee injury. The Bearcats are already going through a rough stretch on the schedule playing their third straight road game and four of the last five away from home.
On top of the schedule, they had to play undefeated district leader Trimble Tech. This will be the last trip for Aledo to the historic Billingsley Field House in Fort Worth as a member of District 7-4A.
Unfortunately, the Bearcats did not leave on a winning note as the Bulldogs defeated Aledo 64-54. The Bearcats stayed with the quick and athletic Bulldogs in a fast paced first quarter. A  I learned something from every man I met or exchanged emails with, and Lou taught me a few words in Spanish.A  Ole! Carl Williams tipped in the Dunn miss. Moments later, Matt Bishop snaked through the lane and scored on a nice drive through the lane. About Us Contact Us A Tribute to Ben Fisher and Jack Thompson Bill Keato the Lad from Liverpool Old Newspaper stories and photos from the 1960's VALE Laurie Bruyeres VALE Nev Charlton. The Bulldogs scored five more consecutive points giving then an 18-0 run to end the second quarter. The Bearcats have a few games where there have been some offensive lapses, but nothing compared to Wednesday night at Billingsley Field House. VALE Bill Keato VALE Vince Karalius VALE Bob McGuiness VALE Denis Meaney VALE Johnny Mowbray Vale Kel O'Shea Vale Mark "Snow" Patch VALE Bob Sargent Vale Ken "Nebo" Stonestreet. VALE Doug Walkaden 1966 Season 1967 Season 1968 Season 1969 Season Noel's Dream Team What a game Wests Photos from the Old Days Case of the Missing Goal Posts A Visit to Old Pratten Park Peter Dimond Book Launch Interview with ------ Noel Kelly Interview with ------ Tony Ford Interview with------- Mick Alchin Interview with Jim Cody Interview with ------ Colin Lewis Interview with ------ John Mowbray Interview with ------ Noel Thornton Interview with ------- Bill Owens Interview with John "Chow" Hayes Arncliffe Scots 1969 Un-Defeated Premiers Arncliffe Scots 85 years reunion 2003 Pratten Park Reunion 2007 Pratten Park Reunion 2008 Pratten Park Reunion 2009 Pratten Park Reunion 2010 Pratten Park Reunion 2011 Pratten Park Reunion 2012 Pratten Park Reunion 2013 Pratten Park Reunion. Spencer Franklin is a space eater in the lane and an intimidating presence as a shot blocker in the middle.One word this Bearcat team just does not have in their vocabulary is “quit”. Aledo fought back in the second half and solved the relentless full court pressure by the Bulldogs. Braxton McCoy hit three long range bombs in the third quarter and Matt Dunn added another as Aledo won the third quarter 16-14.
In the fourth, Carl Williams came alive with ten points and Dakota Fisher played excellent basketball on both ends of the court. In the jumbled District 7-4A playoff race, all that has really happened is Aledo dropped from second to fourth in the district. It is a dubious position to be in because two games remain on the schedule and five teams have a shot of getting the last three playoff spots.
Trimble Tech has clinched first place. Aledo (6-6) has another huge game at home Friday night against Arlington Heights (7-5). We can take a little walk, maybe get our feet wet, and then lie on a blanket and listen to the waves.
Emotions stayed in check but some Granbury fans acted like they just don’t get out that often. It was at times a rough and ugly game held in check somewhat by the officials. Aledo was fighting from behind the entire game but kept clawing back to almost win the game.
After Bishop’s basket, Granbury scored six of the next eight points with a Nick Losos basket sandwiched in between. Granbury led 13-8 and increased the lead to 15-9 at the end of the first quarter. Aledo started a comeback beginning in the second quarter.
I do the same thing myself, when the mood strikes.A  And how about this for being an "in tune with women" kinda guy?A  A few days after I had ordered myself 2 new green dresses and several in black to add to my collection from a mail order company named Newport News, he sent an email asking:A  "So, what are you wearing right now?
The Bearcats went to work on the offensive end with two free throws by Stockdale. Granbury scored on a nice finger roll after the two Stockdale free throws. Nick Losos scored a basket and Carl Williams got his first basket of the game with 4:29 left to play in the first. Braxton McCoy missed the front end of a one-and- one, but Alex Stockdale got an offensive rebound and scored pulling Aledo within one 21-20. Luke Bishop sank two free throws to give Aledo its first lead of the game 21-20.


Granbury was already in the one-and-one and hit both ends to go up 43-36. Aledo went on a 7-0 run to tie the game at 43-43. Braxton McCoy followed with a tremendous drive down the lane scooping in a left handed layup.
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The good crowd helped the atmosphere for the Bearcats. Granbury scored again to go up by two points. The bad news is there are a lot of teams now who can strip Aledo of a playoff spot. Whoever designed the schedule for the second half of district was a mean person.
The Bearcats have to play five road games in the second half and will play their third road game in a row Wednesday night t Billingsley Field House. Aledo has lost five District 7-4A games by a total of 19 points. Aledo lost that game by six points without the services of their top scorer and rebounder Carl Williams. The Bearcats have a tough schedule the rest of the way. Dramatic, but no drama.A  Short black skirt, or long black dress?A  Heels or boots?A  Camo, or commando?
They return home on Friday to play Arlington Heights who defeated Aledo 57-53 in the first half. The final game is against South Hills who have shown some improvement in the second half of the season. Aledo defeated South Hills 56-44 in the first meeting at home. Here are the remaining games for teams either 6-5 or 5-6 in district.
They play at Granbury on Friday and stay on the road for a Tuesday night showdown with district leading Trimble Tech (10-0) Tuesday at Billingsley Field House. District 7-4A is like a soap opera. All the teams are so evenly matched the games are close making predictions almost impossible.
The loss puts Granbury at 4-6 in district.The game Friday at Granbury is the biggest game of the season for Aledo’s playoff hopes.
It would clinch a playoff spot for Aledo if the Bearcats are tied with Granbury at the end of the season. Arlington Heights is at 5-4 in district.
It was the largest margin of victory so far in district play and the best defensive performance limiting the Cougars to 28 points. Three Bearcats were in double figures scoring led by senior Matthew Dunn with 15 points.
Point guard Luke Bishop had his best game since coming back from football with 10 points. There are no easy wins in District 7-4A. Even though the Cougars are dragging the bottom of the district, they have played some teams tough this season. Western Hills only lost to Granbury by three and played much better in the first game against Aledo when the Bearcats won 54-50. Friday night, the Bearcats made sure there would be no late game drama outscoring the Cougars 28-15 in the first half.
Until then, as in the end,there is much more to come.A A A  Once Upon a Time, a little mushroom popped through the moss covered ground of the Southeast Alaska Rainforest. Al the other teams in district have at least an outside chance at the playoffs. Aledo is currently in second place and control their own destiny at 6-3. The Bearcats are 1-2 on the road this season in district play. This is a huge week for the Bearcats playing two teams on the road who are still in the thick of the playoff hunt. Aledo would own the tie-breaker over both Southwest and Granbury with two game sweeps of both teams. Arlington Heights was in the state tournament last year and are playing strong again with a 5-4 record and tied with Southwest for third place in district.
Last year Arlington Heights, third place in district, made it to the state tournament. Despite losing three senior starters, Aledo had reason for optimism entering the 2014 season.
All-District players Travis Gough, Alex Riner, and Kyle Gromann all graduated off a team that tied for a playoff spot but then lost out when Granbury upset second place O.D. Taylor Johnson also led the team in rebounds, steals, and assists. Coach Smith still had some solid players returning from varsity but replacing Johnson left an unexpected big hole to fill.
A high school team does not usually lose their star player before his senior year. Coach Smith already knew he would be without the services of point guard Luke Bishop until football was over. Little did he know Bishop would quarterback the Bearcat football team all the way to the Class 4A State Championship. The Bearcat basketball team also had another setback when senior Alex Stockdale decided to play football during his senior year. It was a heartwarming story about a player who never played football in his life deciding to suit up during his senior year. With Travis Gough and Matthew Ogden gone to graduation, Aledo was already a little “short” in the post position.
Stockdale is a physical player who has no problem guarding taller opponents using his strength and creating position on taller players with his wide body. Bishop and Stockdale missed the first 13 games of the season including the first two district games.
Grant, Attorney at Law, Juneau, AK From Wedding Bells to Tales to Tell: The Affidavit of Eric William Swanson, my former spouse AFFIDAVIT OF SHANNON MARIE MCCORMICK, My Former Best Friend THE AFFIDAVIT OF VALERIE BRITTINA ROSE, My daughter, aged 21 THE BEAGLE BRAYS! It takes players a few games to transfer from a football mentality to a basketball regiment. Despite all the adversity, the Bearcats finished the first half of District 7-4A in second place with a 5-2 record. It was an amazing accomplishment considering all the obstacles. The key player for Aledo during their renaissance this season has been high flying senior Carl Williams. He leads the team averaging 15 points per game while shooting 64% from the floor and leading the team with a 78.9 free throw percentage. Aledo had to play the first game of the second half of district without their star player. The Bearcats easily defeated the Chaparrals in the first half of district 73-63 with Williams pouring in 31 points.
Every game counts in the tough district race. Coach Smith has found a way to make lemonade out of lemons his entire tenure as the Bearcat head basketball coach. Alex Stockdale is getting his basketball legs back and has averaged 4.7 rebounds per game in six district contests.
Luke Bishop leads the team with four assists per game in district play. Catch the Bearcats at home this Friday at Bearcat Gym against Western Hills. Worth, TX—The Aledo Bearcats went on the road and lost their second close district game in a row 57-53 against the Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets. The loss comes on the heels of a heart breaking loss to Trimble Tech 48-46. Aledo started out the season 4-0 and still is in great position for a playoff spot in District 7-4A especially if they can get back to their winning ways against South Hills at home on Friday night. A win would put the Bearcats in a commanding position for the playoffs with a 5-2 record during the first half of district play. Aledo took a 23-33 lead into halftime before being outscored 19-13 in the third quarter. Aledo’s first basket came on a three-pointer by Matthew Dunn with 4:30 left to play in the first quarter.
He made one of two free throws sending Alex Stockdale to the bench with his third foul. Nick Losos came in and crated some excitement for the crowd with a blocked shot and steal. To make matters worse, a horrible charging call on Carl Williams with 5:36 to play waived off a basket for Aledo. The Bearcats came up with the ball after a mad scramble and a tie ball with the possession going to the Bearcats. Besides being down by two points, the other problem for the Bearcats was the clock. The clock only resets to seconds, not tenths of seconds. In the pandemonium over the clock, fans and some players from Trimble Tech drifted over and would not leave the Aledo bench area. Aledo scored seconds later putting the Bearcats up by three.Bearcats Complete Improbable Fourth Quarter Comeback to Defeat Granbury 41-37Behind by six with under three minutes to play, Aledo goes on 9-0 runBig game vs. Nick Losos kept Aledo in the game with six first quarter points off the bench. Alex Stockdale did the heavy lifting in the third quarter with five points as Aledo’s defense shut down the Pirates allowing only six points. HELL'S BELLS: THE TELLS OF THE ELVES RING LOUD AND CLEAR IDENTITY THEFT, MISINFORMATION, AND THE GETTING THE INFAMOUS RUNAROUND Double Entendre and DoubleSpeak, Innuendos and Intimidation, Coercion v Common Sense, Komply (with a K) v Knowledge = DDIICCKK; Who's Gunna Call it a Draw?
The basket and free throw not only cut Granbury’s lead to one, the foul was on Granbury’s big man Mitchell may sending him to the bench after fouling out.Aledo made a defensive stop and Coach Smith was able to call a time out retaining possession for Aledo before the referee called a jump ball. Matt Dunn put the game on ice hitting one more free throw to give Aledo a 41-37 win.It was a huge win for Aledo to keep them undefeated this season at 4-0. The Bearcats play undefeated Trimble Tech at home Friday night for sole possession of first place in District 7-4A. Arlington Heights is also a factor in district play at (3-1) and still have Aledo and Trimble Tech in the first half schedule. Aledo still has Heights, Trimble Tech, and South hills in the first half of District 7-4A. Trimble Tech Cedar Park- Game 1 Bishop Amat- Game 2 Monterey Tech- Game 3 Joshua- Game 4 Burleson Centennial- Game 5 Everman- Game 6 Crowley- Game 7 Burleson- Game 8 Granbury- Game 9 Cleburne- Game 10 Byron Nelson Scrimmage Tanner Heppel # 3 Sr. Boswell Playoff Game # 3- Canyon Playoff Game # 4- Wichita Falls Playoff Game # 5 Ennis Playoff Game # 6- Brenham Denton Guyer Scrimmage 2013 Game 1-Highland Park Game 2- Stephenville Game 3- Prepa Tech Game 4- Arlington Heights Game 5- South Hills Game 6- O.D.
Wyatt Game 7- Western Hills Game 8- Southwest Game 9- Granbury Game 10- Trimble Tech Brock Parker # 1 Sr.



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