Bob Loupe

Bob & Janice Loupe

Bob’s keen sense of humor and loquacious personality always kept the basketball team in high spirits and the airways of KDET lively.

The Shot Heard Round The Plain

The 1961-62 team was 10-11 but we will long remember how we beat Navy in the Field House. Stew had fouled out and the straw that stirred the drink for the Army offense, Al DeJardin, had also been disqualified. No matter. One of the five players we had on the floor was Bob Loupe — can anyone name the others? — and his famous scoop shot in the last few seconds was all we needed. Absolutely unforgettable. Navy did have one more chance, but I think they threw the ball away. by Dave Phillips

The Howitzer lists Soccer as a Plebe, and Basketball all 4 Years, with Numerals, and a Monogram as a Yearling, Cow and Firstie – We all know there was an Army A for the Navy win.

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