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The Little Brown Jug

Author : Ken Magee
ISBN : 9781439647011
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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When the Michigan Wolverines arrived in Minneapolis to battle the Minnesota Gophers in 1903, a simple 30¢, five-gallon Red Wing stoneware water jug began football’s first rivalry trophy game. The “Little Brown Jug” has been the subject of conspiracy theories, theft, national championships, and most of all pride, with each game’s victor prominently displaying the jug on its campus—until it is fought for again.

The Game

Author : Ken Magee
ISBN : 9781439653371
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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With a history that stretches over a century, the Michigan–Ohio State rivalry is one of the oldest in college football. The two teams claim a combined 19 national championships, hundreds of All-Americans, and 10 Heisman Trophies. Each year, millions of Buckeye and Wolverine fans watch the two teams battle for an opportunity to win the Big Ten championship in a contest simply known as “the Game.”

College Sports Traditions

Author : Stan Beck
ISBN : 9780810891210
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 46. 29 MB
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College sports fans number almost 175 million strong, and each has a loyalty to their team and the traditions they share. From the crazy and eccentric to the touching and meaningful, these traditions connect fans and athletes across generations. College Sports Traditions details not only the well-known traditions of major universities, but also the obscure customs of smaller schools. Approximately 1,000 traditions are captured in this volume, covering hundreds of universities and colleges and almost every college sport. Featuring 75 photos that bring many of these events to life, College Sports Traditions will be an entertaining read for every sports fan.


Author : Edward Gruver
ISBN : 1589791274
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 61. 3 MB
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Nitschke describes impressive statistics and football feats; it provides an intimate look into the life of a man who conquered his own emotional demons with alcohol abuse and aggression.

Stagg Vs Yost

Author : John Kryk
ISBN : 9781442248267
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This book brings to life the story of two college football coaches in the early 1900s who would do almost anything to win—Amos Alonzo Stagg of the University of Chicago and Fielding H. Yost of the University of Michigan. It recounts their bitter rivalry and the lengths each went to in order to gain victory on the football field.

Historic Photos Of University Of Michigan Football

Author : Michelle O'Brien
ISBN : 1596524529
Genre : History
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The images in this book, Historic Photos of University of Michigan Football, depict 100 years of gridiron action and the players and coaches who competed on three historic fields. The first football team at the University of Michigan was established in 1879. From winning the first-ever Tournament of Roses game, to back-to-back national championships, Michigan football created an unparalleled tradition during its first century. Selected from the extensive collection at the University of Michigan’s Bentley Historical Library, the dramatic photos in this volume include rarities from games in the early 1900s, classic showdowns between Michigan and Ohio State, and All-American athletes such as the first Michigan Wolverine to win the Heisman Trophy. In vivid black and white, the first hundred years of Michigan football unfold in these remarkable images of the players, coaches, and fans.

Espn College Football Encyclopedia

Author : Michael MacCambridge
ISBN : UOM:49015003142883
Genre : Reference
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Presents scores, schedules, fight song lyrics, distinguished alumni, and bowl records for each school, and includes essays by sportswriters.

Plymouth S Air Rifle Industry

Author : Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens
ISBN : 9781467110464
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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In the late 19th century, the Rockwellian city of Plymouth, Michigan, became the breeding ground for competitive air-rifle companies, putting this still-thriving suburban Detroit community on the map. Plymouth's Air Rifle Industry hones in on the three air-rifle companies and the spin-off .22-caliber rifle company that dominated the Plymouth landscape for years. William "Philip" Markham and his company, the Markham Air Rifle Company, first received an air-rifle patent in 1887. The Plymouth Iron Windmill Company entered the competition in 1888, when founder Clarence Hamilton introduced his prototype to the board of directors. After firing the rifle, general manager Lewis Cass Hough declared, "Boy, that's a Daisy," and the Daisy air rifle was born; the company was renamed in 1895. The Plymouth Air Rifle Company opened in 1888 and ceased to exist after its building burned in 1894. Hamilton went on to develop a .22-caliber rifle and started the Hamilton Manufacturing Company in 1898. The rifle era ended when the last of the competitors, Daisy, moved to Rogers, Arkansas, in 1958.

Natural Enemies

Author : John Kryk
ISBN : 9781589793309
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The football fates of Michigan and Notre Dame have been intertwined since that cold November day in 1887 when the Wolverines literally taught football to an eager group of Notre Dame students. Much more than a mere recounting of old games, this is the definitive history of college football's greatest rivalry.

Sports And Entertainment Marketing

Author : Ken Kaser
ISBN : 9781305445147
Genre : Education
File Size : 74. 17 MB
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SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING, 4E has expanded coverage, updated content, and exciting new features. Popular sports and entertainment topics continue to be the foundation for teaching marketing concepts. Throughout the text, each marketing function is highlighted with an icon to indicate how it is used in the marketing process. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

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