ready for the 1920 season, his best and last. It was almost the
season that never was...
REFLECTIONS FROM THE
Reflections will feature excerpts from books
with stories and memoirs about Notre Dame.
month's Reflections From the Dome will continue our
tradition of dedicating the February newsletter to George Gipp, one of
Notre Dame's greatest legends and icons. The highlight of the newsletter
will be an excerpt from Robert Burns' recent book Being Catholic,
Being American. The excerpt tells for the first time the fascinating
true story of Gipp's explusion from the University and his subsequent
reinstatement. It's an interesting look at the inside workings of the
school administration at the time and their relationship with the
leading political, business and industrial figures in South Bend.Full story
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 a humorous anecdote about Gipp.
Shenanigans will feature humorous stories from the gridiron and campus.
Shenanigans will feature humor
about the Great Gipp.
Campus Life will feature inspirational stories from the past and present about
the spirit of the Notre Dame community.
The Campus Life segment of the newsletter will feature a
story about Scott Delgadillo, the young man who lost his battle with
leukemia, but never his desire to one day attend Notre Dame.
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 about George Gipp's last game against Northwestern and the
eulogies printed after his death. Written by Joe Madonia.
IRISH LEGENDS LETTERS
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