March to the Brazos - 123
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DescriptionCorps of Cadets: March to the Brazos
photograph date: Unknown
(newspaper caption) Outfit tug-of-wars and taking upperclassmen to the muddy 'grode hole' are some of the events held when the seven-mile jaunt to the Brazos River ends. A sophomore becomes a victim at the 'grode hole.' Underclassmen use it to get revenge on upperclassmen by catching them and dumping them in the hole, face-first. The march is an annual fundraiser for the March of Dimer.
SubjectMarch of Dimes
D. Fisher (2006). March to the Brazos - 123. Digital: Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas; Physical: Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Texas A&M University. Available electronically from