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Ol' Mizzou: A century of Tiger football. Bob Broeg: Memories of a Hall of Fame Sportswriter. St. Louis is for families.
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Ol' Mizzou: A Story of Missouri Football Hardcover. Brian Burnes, a St. Louis native and a 1976 graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, has been a staff writer for The Kansas City Star since 1978. He is the author or co-author of several Kansas City Star Books titles, including High & Rising: The 1951 Kansas City Flood, Walt Disney's Missouri: The Roots of a Creative Genius, and Harry S. Truman: His Life and Times.
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Bringing to life pictures and stories from Mizzou's noble (and occasionally ignoble) past. Earlier this month, Mizzou announced the naming of the new Lucile Bluford (a remarkable woman we covered back in June) Residence Hall.
Bringing to life pictures and stories from Mizzou's noble (and occasionally ignoble) past. The building will also feature the Gus T. Ridgel Atrium, named after an equally remarkable man. Gus was the first African-American graduate at Mizzou, and was admitted only after bringing a lawsuit against the university as part of the original Concerned Student 1950. He finished a two-year Master in Economics program in just one year, from August of 1950 to June of 1951.
Broeg's descriptive storytelling and anecdotal style are accompanied by lavish illustrations. In a 1993 article in . Athletics is a defining factor for a region's identity, and for St. Louis, it has always played a significant role in the city's economic and social life
Musick, John R. (John Roy), 1849-1901.
Musick, John R. You can read Stories of Missouri. by Musick, John R. (John Roy), 1849-1901 in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.
Robert William Patrick Broeg (March 18, 1918 – October 28, 2005) was an American sportswriter. Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, he officially covered the St. Louis Cardinals for forty years. He graduated from Cleveland High School (Class of '36) and the University of Missouri before entering the United States Marines. He served in Washington as a result of an eye injury suffered at birth.
"2014 Mizzou Football Records Book" (PDF). Bob Broeg (November 2, 1947). Missouri Finds Nebraska Easy, 47-6; Leads Big Six". Bob Broeg (November 16, 1947). Missouri Upset By Sooners' Last-Period Scores, 21-12". Louis Post-Dispatch. p. III-1 – via Newspapers. University of Missouri. Retrieved November 11, 2016. "Missouri Uses Surprise Plays In Downing Bills, 19-0".