Archive for: Harley Clark

 

Longhorn Who Popularized Hook ‘Em Hand Sign Dies

On a cool Friday evening in November 1955, then-Dean Arno Nowotny was upbraiding UT head cheerleader Harley Clark. What gives you the right to call something an...

 
 

The Tradition Continues: ’Horns Hex Horned Frogs

Since 1941, Longhorns have lit red candles in front of the UT Tower to hex their various Thanksgiving Day football opponents, including Baylor, SMU, and of course,...

 
 
The Doctors (Could Be) In Austin…

The Doctors (Could Be) In Austin…

UT missed its chance at a medical school more than a century ago. Now our time has come again. Here, see the resources UT already has in place and the successes...

 
 

Camp Texas Celebrates 20th Year [Watch]

On Tuesday, Harley Clark told 170 UT freshmen how he popularized the Hook ’em Horns sign in 1955. “The Aggies had that Gig ’em thing for years, and we...

 
 

Hook ’em Horns Hand Sign Turns 55

The Hook ’em Horns sign turns 55 years old today, and there’s a funny story behind its creation. This now-legendary hand gesture debuted in 1955, when the...

 
 
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