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Hmmm...where to start...
•JEROME P. HORWITZ, PhD'50, was an organic chemist who synthesized AZT in 1964, a drug now used to treat AIDS.
•WILLIAM J. MAYO, MD1883, is the co-founder of Mayo Clinic.
•ANTONIA NOVELLO, '74, HLLD'94, was the first female US surgeon general.
•JOHN CLARK SHEEHAN, MS'38, PhD'41, was a chemist who pioneered the first synthetic penicillin breakthrough in 1957.
•JIM ABBOTT, '89, was a one handed Major League Baseball pitcher.
•TOM BRADY, '00, is a former U-M quarterback and now plays for the New England Patriots. Also had two supermodels impregnated simultaneously
•BRANCH RICKEY, '11, is a former president and general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Rickey was instrumental in bringing Jackie Robinson to the major leagues.
•GERALD FORD, '35, HLLD'74, was the president of the United States from 1974 to 1977.
•MADONNA, '78-'79, is a singer. She also appeared in "Evita," "A League of Their Own," "Dick Tracy" and "The Next Best Thing."
•IGGY POP, '63-'64, is a rock singer.
•GILDA RADNER, '64-'70, was on "Saturday Night Live," where she played many memorable characters, including Baba Wawa, based on Barbara Walters.
•MIKE WALLACE, '39, HLLD'87, was a TV journalist for "60 Minutes."
•JOHN PAPANEK, '73, is managing editor of Sports Illustrated.
•ARNOLD GINGRICH, '25, was a founder/publisher of Esquire magazine.
•LARRY PAGE, '95, cofounded Google.
•IRVINE O. HOCKADAY, LLB'61, is the president and CEO of Hallmark Cards Inc.
•TONY FADELL, '91, invented the iPod.
•JOEL MARVIN DORFMAN, '51, is the president and CEO of Thorn Apple Valley Inc.
•HENRY W. BLOCH, '43, was the president of H&R Block Inc.
•THEODORE FREEMAN, MS'60, was an astronaut.
•KARL HENIZE, PhD'54, was an astronaut.
•JAMES B. IRWIN, MS'57, HSCD'71, was an astronaut.
•JACK R. LOUSMA,'59, HSCD'73, was an astronaut.
•JAMES A. MCDIVITT,'59, HSCD'65, was an astronaut.
•DAVID R. SCOTT, '49-'50, was an astronaut.
•EDWARD H. WHITE, MS'59, HSCD'71, made the first US space walk.
•ALFRED WORDON, MSE'63, HSCD'71, was an astronaut.
•Apollo 15, an all U-M space flight, flew to the moon from July 26-August 7, 1971, with astronauts Col. DAVID R. SCOTT, '49-'50, commander; Maj. ALFRED WORDEN, MS'63, command module pilot; Col. JAMES IRWIN, MS'57, lunar module pilot. It was first expedition with a lunar rover vehicle (used by Scott & Irwin who went to the surface of the moon) and the first flight in which all three astronauts were from the same university. They carried three U-M items: a miniature of the U-M flag, a miniature of the U-M Dept. of Aerospace Engineering seal, and a charter of the U-M Alumni Club of the Moon, which was left on the moon.
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Neil Armstrong is notoriously a very private man....yet, he has made several speaking appearances at USC, and is proud of his association and degree from USC.
Dr. Jerry Buss received his two graduate degress from USC, yet considers himself a loyal and die-hard Trojan of 50 years, over Montana where he received his undergraduate degree. As well as his generousity to the academic programs, he is one of two boosters who breaks out his checkbook for the football program - he wrote the check to Tennesse to buy out Lane's contract. Go Lakers!!
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"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
Michigan is an awesome university, with a stellar list of alums. No argument there.
We have a pretty great bunch as well...and it's not just in the film industry..
What was I thinking?
Looks like another perfect day.
Curb Your Enthusiasm and Seinfeld (Larry David), The Muppets (Jim Henson), The Wire (David Simon), Google (Sergey Brin), Under Armour (Kevin Plank), Outback Steakhouse (Robert Basham), Sirius Satellite Radio (Robert Brinksman), The Washington Redskins sucking balls (HOF Dan Snyder), Pam Ward, Tim Kurkjian, Bonnie Bernstein, Scott van Pelt and a crapload of other reporters, writers and TV personalities.
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
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Ahhh, you have quite a few more than that...."Meathead" comes to mind...!
End of discussion.
Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or it may last a year. But eventually, it will subside. If i quit, however it will last forever.
Hes not happy though
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Invented by FSU.
Thread is not "what has your school stolen"
Gatorade is a brand of sports-themed food and beverage products, built around its signature product: a line of sports drinks. Gatorade is currently manufactured by PepsiCo and distributed in over 80 countries. The beverage was first developed in 1965 by researchers at the University of Florida, to replenish the combination of water, carbohydrates, and electrolytes that the school's student-athletes lost (in sweat) during rigorous athletic competitions. Its name was derived from the collective nickname of the university's athletic teams, "the Gators".
I didnt know the "university of florida" = florida state.
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Jack Black, Jessie Spano, Samwise Gamgee, the Bridges Bros, Carol Burnett, James Coburn, Francis Ford Coppola, James Dean, James Franco, Will Forte, Giada, Mark Harmon, Mila Kunis, Heather Locklear, Rob Reiner, Tim Robbins, Dax Sheppard, Ben Stiller, Sulu from Star Trek, Gabrielle Union, Urkel, Daphne Zuniga
Sara Bareilles, Dido, Anthony Kiedis, Jim Morrison, Randy Newman, Shakira
Marcia Clark, Johnny Cochran Mitch Kupchak, Michael Ovitz, Robert Shapiro, Judge Joe Brown
Lulz, sounds like somebody doesn't know the " real " story
Fact is you stole the idea and we are morons for not knowing what we had at the time and getting a patent
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The huge win, right there.
Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and The Wire
why didnt FSU sue if it was stolen from them? Seems like they would have a case.
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Bama wins. Again.
The answer is D:
All of the above.
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