Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|Named Person:||Jesse C Harper; Knute Rockne; Jesse C Harper; Knute Rockne|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frank P Maggio
|Description:||278 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||A university is born on the frontier --
A history of the early game, 1869-1905 --
Injuries and death lead to a crisis, 1906-1913 --
Jesse Harper before Notre Dame --
Jesse Harper's first year at Notre Dame, 1913 --
The game that changed football : Notre Dame vs. Army, November 1, 1913 --
The final games of 1913 --
1914 : mighty Yale is on the schedule --
1915 : the University of Nebraska makes its Notre Dame debut --
1916 : undefeated and never scored upon until Army turns the tables --
1917 : Harper's final season --
Jesse Harper and Knute Rockne, 1918 to 1931 --
Jesse Harper returns to Notre Dame : 1931-1933 --
|Responsibility:||Frank P. Maggio.|
"The 1913 Notre Dame-Army football game was one of the most important games in college football history. The play of this game was crucial to the development of the forward pass. Jesse Harper is also
- Harper, Jesse C., -- 1883-1961.
- Rockne, Knute, -- 1888-1931.
- Football coaches -- United States -- Biography.
- Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Football team) -- History.
- University of Notre Dame -- Football -- History.
- Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Football team)
- University of Notre Dame.
- Football coaches.
- United States.