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  • imgwtw
    Congratulations to Alan Page, winner of the 2003 NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award. Go to www.ncaa.org to read more about Mr. Page s remarkable accomplishments,
    Message 1 of 6 , Dec 9, 2003
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      Congratulations to Alan Page, winner of the 2003 NCAA Theodore
      Roosevelt Award.

      Go to www.ncaa.org to read more about Mr. Page's remarkable
      accomplishments, both on and off the football field.

      The NCAA's Theodore Roosevelt Award is the highest honor the
      Association may confer on an individual, and is presented each year to
      a distinguished citizen of national reputation and outstanding
      accomplishment who was a varsity letter-winner in college.

      I remember watching Alan Page in the 1970s as part of the Minnesota
      Vikings' "Purple People Eaters" defense. An incredible athlete, and an
      inspiring man.

      --Teresa
    • John A. Gable
      Why does the NCAA call it highest achievement award the Theodore Roosevelt Award ? Because President Roosevelt called the White House conference on football
      Message 2 of 6 , Dec 9, 2003
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        Why does the NCAA call it highest achievement award the Theodore Roosevelt
        Award ? Because President Roosevelt called the White House conference on
        football rules that led to the founding of the NCAA. Previous recipients
        include Dwight D. Eisenhower.

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        > Congratulations to Alan Page, winner of the 2003 NCAA Theodore
        > Roosevelt Award.
        >
        > Go to www.ncaa.org to read more about Mr. Page's remarkable
        > accomplishments, both on and off the football field.
        >
        > The NCAA's Theodore Roosevelt Award is the highest honor the
        > Association may confer on an individual, and is presented each year to
        > a distinguished citizen of national reputation and outstanding
        > accomplishment who was a varsity letter-winner in college.
        >
        > I remember watching Alan Page in the 1970s as part of the Minnesota
        > Vikings' "Purple People Eaters" defense. An incredible athlete, and an
        > inspiring man.
        >
        > --Teresa
        >
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      • sherryj@u.arizona.edu
        Good and encouraging story. This should be on what the news (or what passes itself off as the news) ~~ how often do you hear of a pro ball player going to
        Message 3 of 6 , Dec 9, 2003
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          Good and encouraging story. This should be on what the news (or what
          "passes" itself off as the news) ~~ how often do you hear of a pro ball
          player going to law school. Thanks for this "tip off".

          > Congratulations to Alan Page, winner of the 2003 NCAA Theodore
          > Roosevelt Award.
          >
          > Go to www.ncaa.org to read more about Mr. Page's remarkable
          > accomplishments, both on and off the football field.
          >
          > The NCAA's Theodore Roosevelt Award is the highest honor the
          > Association may confer on an individual, and is presented each year to
          > a distinguished citizen of national reputation and outstanding
          > accomplishment who was a varsity letter-winner in college.
          >
          > I remember watching Alan Page in the 1970s as part of the Minnesota
          > Vikings' "Purple People Eaters" defense. An incredible athlete, and an
          > inspiring man.
          >
          > --Teresa
          >
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        • Edward J. Renehan Jr.
          Did Whizzer White ever win this? If not, seems like he should have. Best, Ed Renehan ... http://us.click.yahoo.com/mOAaAA/3exGAA/qnsNAA/2YwolB/TM ... =====
          Message 4 of 6 , Dec 10, 2003
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            Did Whizzer White ever win this? If not, seems like he
            should have.
            Best,
            Ed Renehan

            --- sherryj@... wrote:
            > Good and encouraging story. This should be on what
            > the news (or what
            > "passes" itself off as the news) ~~ how often do you
            > hear of a pro ball
            > player going to law school. Thanks for this "tip
            > off".
            >
            > > Congratulations to Alan Page, winner of the 2003
            > NCAA Theodore
            > > Roosevelt Award.
            > >
            > > Go to www.ncaa.org to read more about Mr. Page's
            > remarkable
            > > accomplishments, both on and off the football
            > field.
            > >
            > > The NCAA's Theodore Roosevelt Award is the highest
            > honor the
            > > Association may confer on an individual, and is
            > presented each year to
            > > a distinguished citizen of national reputation and
            > outstanding
            > > accomplishment who was a varsity letter-winner in
            > college.
            > >
            > > I remember watching Alan Page in the 1970s as part
            > of the Minnesota
            > > Vikings' "Purple People Eaters" defense. An
            > incredible athlete, and an
            > > inspiring man.
            > >
            > > --Teresa
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          • Bruce Holley
            Justice White was honored in 1969. Among other notables receiving the honor are Arnold Palmer, George Bush, Rafer Johnson, and Eunice Shriver. You can view all
            Message 5 of 6 , Dec 10, 2003
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              Justice White was honored in 1969. Among other notables receiving the
              honor are Arnold Palmer, George Bush, Rafer Johnson, and Eunice Shriver.
              You can view all the past winners on the NCAA website.

              Actually there have quite a few pros that went on to legal careers. With
              the average career lasting less than 5 years it becomes quite necessary
              for the pro athlete to prepare for life after football.

              Bruce Holley

              -----Original Message-----
              From: Edward J. Renehan Jr. [mailto:erenehan@...]
              Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 6:24 AM
              To: tr-m@yahoogroups.com
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              Did Whizzer White ever win this? If not, seems like he
              should have.
              Best,
              Ed Renehan

              --- sherryj@... wrote:
              > Good and encouraging story. This should be on what
              > the news (or what
              > "passes" itself off as the news) ~~ how often do you
              > hear of a pro ball
              > player going to law school. Thanks for this "tip
              > off".
              >
              > > Congratulations to Alan Page, winner of the 2003
              > NCAA Theodore
              > > Roosevelt Award.
              > >
              > > Go to www.ncaa.org to read more about Mr. Page's
              > remarkable
              > > accomplishments, both on and off the football
              > field.
              > >
              > > The NCAA's Theodore Roosevelt Award is the highest
              > honor the
              > > Association may confer on an individual, and is
              > presented each year to
              > > a distinguished citizen of national reputation and
              > outstanding
              > > accomplishment who was a varsity letter-winner in
              > college.
              > >
              > > I remember watching Alan Page in the 1970s as part
              > of the Minnesota
              > > Vikings' "Purple People Eaters" defense. An
              > incredible athlete, and an
              > > inspiring man.
              > >
              > > --Teresa
              > >
              > >
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              >
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            • Jeremy Johnston
              The following is a link to the recent issue of Yellowstone Science that contains the text of the speech delivered by Theodore Roosevelt IV during the
              Message 6 of 6 , Dec 10, 2003
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                The following is a link to the recent issue of Yellowstone Science that
                contains the text of the speech delivered by Theodore Roosevelt IV
                during the rededication of the Roosevelt Arch this summer. The speech
                begins on page 17. As I mentioned before, Theodore Roosevelt IV
                delivered an excellent speech addressing the modern problems with
                conservation issues.

                http://www.nps.gov/yell/publications/yellsciweb/images/YS11(4).pdf

                Sincerely,
                Jeremy
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