Bearcat Box LbNA # 38136
|Placed Date||Feb 16 2008|
|Last Found||Sep 1 2011|
The University of Cincinnati was founded in 1819. It is the largest employer in Cincinnati and graduates 5,000 each year. Graduates from this university have developed the first antihistamine, co-op education, the first electronic organ, the oral polio vaccine, and designed the Golden Gate Bridge! In 1961 and 1962 the basketball team won the NCAA Championship. We think the campus is a very beautiful campus, especially now that they have done the recent renovations.
To find the Bearcat Box, go to the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati. At the corner of Clifton Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, find a parking place on the street. Walk up to the wall with the University of Cincinnati written across it. Stand at the eastern end of the wall. (The left side as you are reading the wall.) Take 25 steps staying parallel to the street. To the right is a very large tree. Walk around that tree until you see the small (not the large one) space between two roots. Under some bark and sticks is the envelope with the Bearcat stamp in it. Exchange stamps, using the red crayon to fill in the empty box to make the stamp look realistic. Please be discrete and rehide the envelope so that it can’t be seen by anyone walking by.
We hope you enjoy this beautiful campus as a lot of improvements have been made lately. Go Bearcats!