Traditions of Texas A&M University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some of the school traditions date to the 1890s, shortly after the opening of . university yell leaders host yell practice, similar to other schools' pep rallies. . which consists of high ranking military and university officials, for inspection. . to liability insurance), led A&M president Ray Bowen to postpone Bonfire indefinitely.
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Tragedy befalls two with South Belt ties
Dobie pep rally, bonfire set. Dobie High School will hold a homecom- ing pep rally and bonfire Thursday, Oct. 7, at. Dobie. Admission is free and the community .
http://www.southbeltleader.com/Leader10-7-10.pdf

Ring of Fire :: Texas Monthly
The Bonfire Memorial, located on the A&M campus at the site of the collapse, . He is a high school social studies teacher and coach in Eustace. . But Bonfire was more than just an aggregation of logs that was burned for a pep rally. . Bonfire with the proper oversight and liability insurance could run as high as $2.5 .
http://m.texasmonthly.com/id/14404/History/

Skip Hollandsworth :: Texas Monthly
A violent tackle in a high school football game paralyzed John McClamrock for life. . How an East Texas attorney spawned the most massive products-liability case . the crowning of a queen, parades, pep rallies, barbecue, a bonfire, and so .
http://www.texasmonthly.com/authors/skiphollandsworth