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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: Winning Mount? --- Jockey Willie Shoemaker provides a laugh for the Michigan State football camp by sitting astride Norman Masters, Spartans' 227-pound tackle. Amazed at the proceedings is Bobby Arcaro, 11-year-old son of Eddie, another famous jockey. Coach Duffy Daugherty interrupted the Spartans' workout at Pasadena to introduce Shoemaker to the squad. The Spartans tackle UCLA in the Rose Bowl game Jan. 2. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: Winning Mount? --- Jockey Willie Shoemaker provides a laugh for the Michigan State football camp by sitting astride Norman Masters, Spartans' 227-pound tackle. Amazed at the proceedings is Bobby Arcaro, 11-year-old son of Eddie, another famous jockey. Coach Duffy Daugherty interrupted the Spartans' workout at Pasadena to introduce Shoemaker to the squad. The Spartans tackle UCLA in the Rose Bowl game Jan. 2.December 23, 1955, transparent
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December 23, 1955
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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Winning Mount? --- Jockey Willie Shoemaker provides a laugh for the Michigan State football camp by sitting astride Norman Masters, Spartans' 227-pound tackle. Amazed at the proceedings is Bobby Arcaro, 11-year-old son of Eddie, another famous jockey. Coach Duffy Daugherty interrupted the Spartans' workout at Pasadena to introduce Shoemaker to the squad. The Spartans tackle UCLA in the Rose Bowl game Jan. 2.
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