Two Students in Large Hats holding Boxer


Two Students in Large Hats holding Boxer


A photograph of two male Pacific University students holding the Boxer mascot. They are wearing large hats. A person in the background is holding the Senior Blanket. This could possibly be at the Senior Breakfast in October, 1928. Held at the faculty cabin. The original Boxer mascot was a gift to the school from a missionary named Reverend J. E. Walker. He acquired the Boxer while on a mission trip to China. The Boxer went missing after a Boxer Toss in 1969. This photograph appears in an album that was compiled by Edith Hansen McGill, a 1930 Pacific University graduate.