Here’s what you need to know for Monday, April 10, 2017:
- Some sled dogs and their handlers will be in Athens tonight. (The Post)
- Arnold Palmer first met Jack Nicklaus at Athens Country Club. (The Post)
Warm weather meant this year’s iteration of Palmer Fest was rowdy, but students weren’t the only ones having fun.
A Post reporter snapped a picture of a whole line of mounted police officers, better known as horse cops, dabbing. Feast your eyes:
Another Twitter user, @taysackett, captured a video of one particular officer dabbing.
Out here dabbing at Palmer fest pic.twitter.com/kfAt2zW6LA— Taylor Jane (@taysackett) April 8, 2017
When they weren’t dabbing, police from various departments were shutting down parties relatively early due to crowd size, APD Police Chief Tom Pyle told The Post. A total of 25 people were arrested during the festivities.
David Descutner, OU’s interim president, visited the fest for the first time Saturday. He said it was “lively.”
Hot today. Sunny with a high of 81 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Sports and Game Times
Baseball dropped a three-game series to Central Michigan during the weekend.
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