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Hispanic Basketball Letterman - Mike Garcia
Posted By: jim mcguire
check out Mike Garcia on the Basketball team in the 40s. Starter at guard for 3years I think. From SanAntonio
 

 

 
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Posted By: Tomas Martinez
The website "Siempre" is amazing. This shows important information about the role of Hispanics at Texas A&M. One of the things I did not like was the fact that in the map "impacting the world", there is an error including Mexico in Central America. I might think that the website was reviewed by Hispanics who should have known that Mexico IS part of North America. I hope you can fix this detail.

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Mr. Martinez,

Thank you for pointing this out, in our efforts to get the site up, this got past us, We have fixed it.

Miguel

 

 
Bernard Sbisa
Posted By: Barbara Sbisa Alsheikh
Where did you get the information that Bernard Sbisa immigrated from Czechoslovakia? He was my great uncle, my grandfather bore his name and he came from Rovinj/Rovigno which was then in Austria. It is primarily an Italian town and historically part of the Venetian Empire (from the 13th C. until mid-18th C.) I'd be interested in any other history about Bernard.
 

 

 
1969-1970
Posted By: Jimmy Lowe
I was on the Fish Drill Team in 1969-70 with Leonard Hernandez. We won in Washington DC in 1970. It was an unforgetable time.
 

 

 
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Posted By: Hector Cabello
I wanted to obtain some information on all Hispanic graduates of 1946-48. I have a brother named Jesus Cabello who graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering. If you can get me some Info I would greatly appreciate it.

HC

 



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