Vol. 3 No.01

 

Frank "Shorty" Longman, conquerer of mighty Michigan.

 

REFLECTIONS FROM THE DOME
Reflections will feature excerpts from books with stories and memoirs about Notre Dame.

This month's Reflections From the Dome will tell the story of the of 1909 Notre Dame - Michigan game in Ann Arbor. It is excerpted from his great book on the ND-UM series called Natural Enemies, The Notre Dame - Michigan Football Feud, by John Kryk.

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OUT OF BOUNDS
Irish Legends will feature monthly excerpts from Out of Bounds, the anecdotal history of Notre Dame football. They are reprinted here with the permission of authors Larry Weaver and Mike Bonifer.

This month's edition of Out of Bounds will feature anecdotes about Shorty Longman and his 1909 band of roughneck Fighting Irish.

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SHENANIGANS
Shenanigans will feature humorous stories from the gridiron and campus.

Shenanigans will feature stories from the 1909 season.

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CAMPUS LIFE
Campus Life will feature inspirational stories from the past and present about the spirit of the Notre Dame community.

Campus Life will feature a short article from the South Bend Tribune about the student celebration after the victory over Michigan

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SEMPER VICTURUS

This newest column of the Irish Reveries newsletter will feature excerpts taken from the archives of Notre Dame's campus magazine, The Scholastic.

Semper Victurus - This newest column of the Irish Reveries newsletter will feature excerpts taken from the archives of Notre Dame's campus magazine, The Scholastic. This month's edition will feature articles from the September, October and November 1909 Scholastic's.
Joe Madonia has done his usual great job on researching the Scholastic's and also suggested the "Shorty" Longman theme for this month's newsletter.

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