Bob Santos’ dignity and quaff is exemplified by this photo, says his buddy Larry W. Gamble of Clovis. Even in later years, Santos displayed an outcropping of thick, silvery hair that made the bald-headed Gamble green with envy.
Bob Santos’ dignity and quaff is exemplified by this photo, says his buddy Larry W. Gamble of Clovis. Even in later years, Santos displayed an outcropping of thick, silvery hair that made the bald-headed Gamble green with envy. Special to The Bee
Bob Santos’ dignity and quaff is exemplified by this photo, says his buddy Larry W. Gamble of Clovis. Even in later years, Santos displayed an outcropping of thick, silvery hair that made the bald-headed Gamble green with envy. Special to The Bee

He refused to cut his long hair in 1961 and was banned from graduation. But his principles led him to the Navy and a distinguished life

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