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Oct. 12 Lecture/AU Athletics by Ala. author David Housel

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  • Amos J Wright
    ... From: owner-whatsnew-l@listserv2.duc.auburn.edu [mailto:owner-whatsnew-l@listserv2.duc.auburn.edu] On Behalf Of Tim Dodge Sent: Thursday, September 14,
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      LIBRARY LECTURE: INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS AT AUBURN UNIVERSITY

      Sesquicentennial Lecture

      See this link
      (http://www.auburn.edu/communications_marketing/150/lecture.html ) for
      a complete schedule of the Sesquicentennial Lecture Series.

      INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS AT AUBURN UNIVERSITY

      Speaker: David Housel. He graduated from Auburn University in 1969
      with a degree in Journalism, taught in the A.U. Department of Journalism
      from 1972 to 1980, subsequently served the University as Sports
      Information Director and Athletic Director, and is the author of
      SATURDAYS TO REMEMBER (1973) and FROM THE DESK OF DAVID HOUSEL: A
      COLLECTION OF AUBURN STORIES (1991).

      Intercollegiate athletics has long been part of campus life at
      Auburn. In 1892 the school instituted intercollegiate football, which
      has consistently held the highest profile, but sports from women's
      basketball to polo have been part of the Auburn experience for decades.
      Successful athletic teams have generated boundless enthusiasm, while
      unsuccessful ones have had the opposite effect. The story of Auburn
      University cannot be told without a chapter on intercollegiate
      athletics.

      Date and Time: October 12 at 4 p.m.

      Location: The Special Collections and Archives Department located on
      the GROUND FLOOR of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library.

      Sponsored by: The Auburn University Libraries, The Center for Arts and
      Humanities; Auburn University Outreach, and Auburn University
      Sesquicentennial Committee.
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