to Harry "Red" Miller (holding dog) these fighting irishmen
conquered Michigan on November 6, 1909. Included are coach Shorty Longman (next to Miller
wearing his Michigan sweater.)
REFLECTIONS FROM THE
Reflections will feature excerpts from books
with stories and memoirs about Notre Dame.
We bring you the story of Notre Dames first victory
over Michgan in 1909. The text is an excerpt from John Kryks excellent book, Natural
Enemies: The Notre Dame - Michigan Feud. In an Irish Legends exclusive, John has
added some trivia and interesting facts about the rivalry.
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.
One of the most fascinating stories to come out
of the 09 Michigan game was the tale of how halfback Pete Vaughn broke the goal post
on his touchdown run. Also, one of the first newspaper mentions of the nickname
Shenanigans will feature humorous stories from the gridiron and campus.
Irish football lore about the UM-Notre Dame rivalry.
Campus Life will feature inspirational stories from the past and present about
the spirit of the Notre Dame community.
Mike McCoy, a star on Ara Parseghians 1969 team, is head of a youth outreach
program called Champions For Today which help's young people deal with
drug, crime and moral problems. Mike talks about his terrific progam and how you can bring
his team and message to your school in an article from the Spring 1999 issue of Goalposts
IRISH LEGENDS LETTERS
Letters from the Notre Dame family. We welcome you to send letters about your experiences
and reminiscences about Notre Dame. If you would like to contribute a story for any of the
headings on this page please use the email link firstname.lastname@example.org
for your submission.
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To view previous volumes of Reflections From
The Dome select the desired volumes from below:
No. 1 September 1998
No. 2 October 1998
No. 3 November 1998
Vol.1 No. 4 January 1999
No. 5 March 1999
No. 6 May 1999
No. 7 July 1999