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Old 03-05-2013, 05:01 PM   #26
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Still have no idea where to get the rest. Smog in the noggin
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Old 03-14-2013, 02:48 PM   #27
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Here a better Picture of the Pins

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Source: Picture friendly postet from a User in another Indy Board

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Old 03-14-2013, 02:52 PM   #28
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Danke, Grisu! That's a very sharp image. The best yet.

If you ever come to Neuchatel, let me know.

One of the unidentified pins is a New Jersey state pin. Just for dear ol' Rocket Surgeon! How wonderful is that?
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:53 AM   #29
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Danke, Grisu!
My thanks as well!

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One of the unidentified pins is a New Jersey state pin. Just for dear ol' Rocket Surgeon! How wonderful is that?

I was able to eek out that is was a NJ pin, (and yes it's a warm feeling... ), I was hoping a better pic would reveal more...

....on that note I believe the Lionettes were a "service club" in the 1950's that for a while included athletes.

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Clubs and interest groups then as always were a vital part of school life. In fact, clubs were instrumental in landscaping the new campus. The Classical Club, with 128 members in 1958, was one of the largest organizations on campus. Not only did it continue having a Roman banquet every year, but also in 1950 and 1956 it hosted the state forum attended by eight hundred students from across Florida. The Keyettes and Lionettes service clubs formed in 1950. By1956 eleven service clubs were active on campus. Although these organizations emphasized service, they resembled fraternities and sororities in that membership was by invitation only. A 1958 state law outlawed secret societies in Florida public schools; after that the request for membership came from the student and not the club. The “L” Club continued to invite athletes who lettered in football, baseball, basketball, tennis, track, or golf.

Likely the "dot" on the image of the state is Trenton, or damage...but funny enough it's pretty close to the Six Flags Great Adventure Park.


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