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Max Falkenstien Retires

During his 60 years at KU, Max Falkenstien has become the 'Voice of the Jayhawks.'

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Longtime Kansas University broadcaster Max Falkenstien looks at a display at the Booth Family Hall ...

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Kansas University announcer Max Falkenstien laughs during a conversation with radio cohort Bob Davis, right. ...

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Max Falkenstien, longtime Kansas University broadcaster, signs an autograph for fellow Douglas County Bank employee ...

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A table of KU basketball announcer, Max Falkenstien T-shirts at the new T-shirt shop at ...

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Erin Adams, manager at Joe College store, organizes a table of KU basketball announcer, Max ...

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Max Falkenstien waves to the crowd during his last game as a broadcaster in Colorado.

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KU radio broadcaster Max Falkenstien is recognized by the crowd at the Coors Events Center. ...

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Max Falkenstien, Lawrence, receives a bronze plaque from Tyler Waldorf, president of Alpha Nu Chapter ...

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Fellow employees at Douglas County Bank surprised longtime KU broadcaster Max Falkenstien by all wearing ...

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Former Kansas University basketball coach Ted Owens, left, chats with former players, from left, Bud ...

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Max Faulkenstein waves to the crowd during the second half of his last home football ...

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Kansas coaches, from left, Roy Williams, Joe Holladay, Ben Miller and Neil Dougherty laugh at ...

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KU coach Roy Williams, left, although windblown and cold, gets a warm reception as he ...

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Veteran broadcaster Max Falkenstien, left, introduces the 12 members of Kansas' 1952 NCAA championship team. ...

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Jayhawk Radio Network tandem, Bob Davis, left, and Max Falkenstein, right, share a laugh before ...

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Max Falkenstien prepares for another game.

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Members of the KU class of 1998 presented their class gift Monday, a plaque hung ...

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Max Falkenstien, a native of Lawrence, Kan., laughs as he is introduced during the Kansas ...

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Jayhawk Radio network's Max Faulkenstein calls the game. Richard Konzem is at his right.

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Steven Vinson and Christian Moody look through the media guide with Max Falkenstien during media ...

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Max Falkenstien

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Long time broadcaster Max Falkenstien waves to the Allen Fieldhouse crowd as he is honored ...

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Broadcaster Max Falkenstien laughs with colleague Bob Davis left as Falkenstien is honored before the ...

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Broadcaster Max Falkenstien leans in to hug senior guard Jeff Hawkins prior to his senior ...

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Silhouettes of Jayhawk fans watch as broadcaster Max Falkenstien's banner is unveiled during halftime.

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Kansas broadcaster Max Falkenstien waves goodbye to the Allen Fieldhouse crowd as he is honored ...

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Kansas radio broadcaster Max Falkenstien shakes the hand of Kansas State athletic director Tim Weiser ...

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