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An Ounce of Function is Worth A Pound of Cure
Dr. Patrick Healey '76 brings deep respect and attainable goals to healing and helping the aged

Two Against the Clock
One of the nation's top female College basketball players and her Wabash man push the 24-hour-day to its limits

The Team that Tackled Jim Crow
Samuel S. Gordon '06 steps onto the football field at Wabash in the midst of America's apartheid era

Roundin' Up Wabash Men in Texas
One of Wabash admissions team's most valuable players teaches science and preaches higher education in a town in south Texas

Today's Chapel Sing may look different than the event of Dr. Robert's day but the bonds formed between brothers continue to be strong- and loud!

The Great Bell Heist of 1965
From the 1966 Wabash

A Hall of Fame Friendship
Max Servies '58 and Chick Clements 'H77 talk about sports, the college, and the work that is labor of love

Partners in the Field
by Steve Charles

It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing"
John Hill's mood and movements are lively, with syncopation­ a perfect match for the Duke Ellington tune his band is playing

Shades of 'That 70s Show'
by Jim McDaniel

Taking Indianapolis by Storm
A glimpse at Wabash fans and the forerunner to the current Pep Band as they were in the 1920s

Leave Your Ego at the Door
Team teaching in the Wabash chemistry department results in a rich combination of wisdom, enthusiasm, creativity, inspiration, and a touch of humility

A Promise Kept
Professor Aus Brooks '61 was anxious to oblige his dying friend's request that he oversee the completion of his work

Healing a Community
Volunteers in Medicine board president, Dr. Sherman Franz '59

Clearing a Path for Others
Jamie Bowers '99 takes to the field with his Little Giant teammates and takes to the classroom at Crawfordsville High

By Two or By Twenty
Whether inspiring two students to get a radio station off the ground, or two dance bands to "compete" during the dance-crazy days of the swing era, team spirit has always led Wabash men to accomplishments they'd never before imagined

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