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8 thoughts on “ Old Oaken Bucket

  1. In a history of the Bucket, IU alumnus J. Frank Lindsey writes that on August 31, an eight man committee comprised of four individuals from IU and four from Purdue met to discuss joint projects involving the two schools. At this meeting, it was proposed that a football trophy be awarded annually.
  2. The old oaken bucket, the ironbound bucket, The moss-covered bucket that hung in the well. How soon from the green mossy rim to receive it, As poised on the curb it inclined to my lips.
  3. The old oaken bucket—the iron bound bucket— The moss covered bucket that hung in the well. 2 That moss covered bucket I hail as a treasure; For often at noon when return'd from the field.
  4. In the citizens of Scituate voted “The Old Oaken Bucket” as the town’s official song. The Old Oaken Bucket House is currently undergoing a restoration process. Early in , volunteers painted and wallpapered the first floor of the house.
  5. This address can also be written as Old Oaken Bucket Road, Scituate, Massachusetts Location: Old Oaken Bucket Rd, Scituate, , MA.
  6. Nov 21,  · Old Oaken Bucket History The two in-state rivals first met in the s, but it wasn't until the the Old Oaken Bucket has been presented to the winner of the game. Here's a .
  7. History of the Old Oaken Bucket In , Dr. Clarence Jones, Indiana alum, and Russel Gray, Purdue alum, were given the task of finding a suitable trophy to represent the rivalry between the two schools. They traveled across the state in search of "the most typical Hoosier form of trophy".

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