The men's basketball locker room stands ready and waiting for members of the team, 1995. Images of the players and coaches as well as a quote - "that which does not kill us makes us stronger" - are posted on the wall above the lockers.
Tom Ford meets with a student in the academic support center for athletes, while two other students study in the room, 1995. Plaques on the wall behind them recognize Marquette's Academic All-Americans, team grade-point average (GPA), and a wall of...
A sign in the gymnasium features the Golden Eagle logo and the phrase "basketball opens doors, education keeps them open," 1995. Below the sign is a rack filled with basketballs emblazoned with the NCAA logo.
Men's basketball players gather in the locker room and review game footage on the television, 1995. The walls of the locker room are decorated with a variety of motivational quotes, historical statistics on the team's performance in the...
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Tommy Thompson with Milwaukee baseball stars [L to R]: Jim Gantner, B.J. Surhoff, Robin Yount, Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig, Tommy Thompson, and Bob Uecker at press conference; signed by each player; Madison; Wisconsin; 1995.
Hildegarde poses for a photograph during her 89th birthday party. The chocolate cake on the table in front of her is decorated with hearts and reads "Doin' Fine at 89." She is wearing a gold blouse with a black jacket.
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Al McGuire (bottom center) poses for a photograph with Marquette alumni John McGowan, Jack Rusnov, Ed Janka, Jim Foley, and Larry Donald, pblisher of the Basketball Times, in Pinehurst, North Carolina, August 31, 1995.
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Governor Thompson attending dedication of new 8th Street bridge in City of Manitowoc; Manitowoc County; Wisconsin; September 29, 1995. Left to right are Governor Thompson, Mayor Crawford, and Les Farard.