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Title: What It Meant to be a Coyote Book II
Publication Date: 2013
Book Condition: Very Good
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What It Meant to be a Coyote - Book II continues the anecdotal histories of the men who attended Kansas Wesleyan University, a small Methodist college located in Kansas. Their stories going back to the 1920's when Rupel Perkins, the first black man to play collegiate football in Kansas traveled from Athens, Ohio, citing the impact of coaches, teammates, teachers and girl friends are revealed with intimate details about how their lives were influenced through attendance at KWU. Since the Great Depression, World War II, Korea and Viet-Nam, men came from a long way, some to play, some to get away, and some to stay.About the Author:
Jerry (Ol' Coach) Jones retired after seventeen years as Athletic Director/Basketball Coach at Kansas Wesleyan University. As co-founder of the KWU Athletic Hall of Fame, the old coach personally knew many of the alumni old-timers dating back to participation in the 1920's on through the present times. His research during the golden years of retirement have allowed him to pursue the writing career he abandoned back during his collegiate days at Baker University where he studied under the renowned Elsa Hively. Mrs. Hively lamented that Jones would spend the rest of his life wearing a whistle around his neck.
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