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    • Butch II, 1938

    • 1938
    • 1 printed page: 9 x 12 inches. The first live cougar to serve as a Washington State College mascot, Butch I, died January 19, 1938. Immediate plans were made to replace him, and on September 24, 1938, the student body was presented with Butch II. ...
    • New Fight Song Scores Big Hit

    • 1919-02-26
    • New Fight Song Scores Big Hit. New Composition by Co-eds Wins Favor of Student Body – Fills Long Felt Want. The new college song, composed by Phyllis Sayles and Zella Melcher was sung for the first time at the Associated Students assembly February...
    • Rose Bowl Telegrams, 1916

    • 1916-01-01
    • These 5.5" x 8" telegrams provide coverage of the January 1, 1916 Rose Bowl game between Washington State College (later Washington State University) and Brown University. These are the original telegrams used to report the game's progress to the...
    • Cougars banner, 1919

    • 1919-11-01
    • 1 photographic postcard; 13 x 8 cm. On October 28th, 1919, the Washington State College student body elected the Cougar as their official mascot. A few days later, on November 1st at a game at the University of Idaho, the college Yell Leaders...

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