November 14, 1970

7:36 PM

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Marshall University Memorial Fountain HistoryPresent

On this day, we, the daughters and the sons of Marshall, remember 75 people. These 75 people were football players, coaches, and trainers. They held positions in the Athletic Department. They were fans. They were members of a flight crew, a pilot, a co-pilot, a Charter Coordinator. Two were flight attendants. They were husbands and wives. They were parents. They were sons and daughters, brothers and sisters. These 75 people, are daughters and sons of Marshall.

The Memorial Fountain consists of 75 pipes. Every November 14th, the fountain is turned off for winter.

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From Marshall University Special Collections 

Memorial Home Page: http://www.marshall.edu/special-collections/memorial/default.asp

Information on Team, Coaches, and Staff: http://www.marshall.edu/special-collections/memorial/teamphoto.asp 

Information on Fans: http://www.marshall.edu/special-collections/memorial/fans.asp

Information on Flight Crew: http://www.marshall.edu/special-collections/memorial/crew.asp

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