Flipping Willy: a crew lifts the William Marsh Rice statue in turning the statue back around to face East
Statue of William Marsh Rice being lifted from its pedestal by a crane, as it is returned to its original position. Two workers, one of them standing on a ladder, assist in clearing the statue from its base. The roof of Rayzor Hall is partially visible in the background. Original resource is black and white photograph.
Rice students pulled off one of the most famous Rice pranks by turning the statue of William Marsh Rice around to face Fondren Library on the morning of Tuesday April 12, 1988. Only one student was caught. Turning the statue back around afterwards proved to be a difficult task.
Citable link to this pagehttp://hdl.handle.net/1911/76788
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