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Where in the World is Smokey?

Standing Along the Ohio River in Newbugh, Indiana

Caitlyn Foye and her grandfather, Jack D. Bland, enjoy a beautiful fall afternoon in their "Smokey" shirts along the scenic Ohio River in Newburgh, Indiana. Her mother Cindy Foye wrote:

"While completing a sixth grade language arts assignment at Sharon Elementary School in Newburgh, Ind., Caitlyn had the opportunity to communicate with the UT Office of Media and Internal Relations and was happy to receive a 'Where in the World is Smokey?' shirt for herself and her grandfather, a retired family practice physician, who played baseball at UT while working on his pre-med degree from 1955-1957."

"A longtime Volunteer fan, Jack Bland has passed along his love of the university to his children and grandchildren. Cailtyn looks forward to being a future member of the UT graduating class of 2018!"


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