Dr. Emil W. Haury (ASM director 1938-64) with (left to right) land owner Fred Navarette, paleontologist Dr. John Lance, and archaeologist Ken Greenleaf at Naco mammoth kill site, April 14-18, 1952. Eight Clovis projectile points found in the rib cage of a 10,000-year-old Columbian mammoth at this ancient kill site provided the first substantial evidence of Paleo-Indian peoples in this region at the close of the last ice age.
Greg Hansen's Video Notebook ... on Arizona basketball and the first UA football practice
Star columnist Greg Hansen and sports editor Ryan Finley discuss Arizona basketball's new Pac-12 champions title and their upcoming Oregon games. They also get into UA football's first day of Spring practice and what quarterback to watch this season.