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The Texan Researchers: Cleaning Out the Row
Well, Jack, all I can recount are my memories -- which may indeed be faulty not so much because of the intervening years but rather due to the inadequacies attendant to my rookie status back in the ASK era and the misconspetions it may have encouraged.

I recall a bus tour -- it was the first ASK year, perhaps 1991 -- led by Howard. He was wearing a gray, 70s style patterned sport jacket. His hair was thin, as was his voice, and his complexion was a sickly gray. The following year I saw him wearing the same outfit, and his pallor was even less robust. It was then that I recall learning that he was very ill with cancer.

I'll defer to your firmer and more intimate recollections. In any event, it is the timing and context of his demise that are of interest vis a vis this thread.

When one considers the Ferrell/Shaw/White vanguard in comparison to what followed from Texas, one readily appreciates the purpose and ultimate success of the row cleaning.

Of course I understand that you're carrying on. Yet consider: How decimated the ranks of your detractors would be if Mary and Messrs. Shaw, Harris, and Howard were at your side.

This is small consolation indeed, but I stand with you.


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The Texan Researchers: Cleaning Out the Row - by Charles Drago - 24-01-2010, 06:07 AM
The Texan Researchers: Cleaning Out the Row - by Myra Bronstein - 24-01-2010, 09:20 AM

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