- 5 months ago
Remembering Vincent Scully, Johnny Hallyday, Tracy Stallard For nearly 60 years, Vincent Scully was the Yale architecture professor who mesmerized students with his erudite lectures. His classes were legendary, mixing architecture with art history and a philosophic approach to his subjects. Johnny Hallyday was the prominent French rock star known as the “French Elvis”. Though he never attained stardom in the English-speaking world, he was a legend in his homeland. Tracy Stallard was the pitcher who became known for surrendering home run #61 to Roger Maris in his record-breaking 1961 season.