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  • Black Players In The League
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    Jackie Robinson was born on January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia, the grandson of a slave. Jackie was the youngest of five children. When he was six months old, his father deserted the family. His mother moved them to California where it was easier for blacks to live and get work. In those days, life was very hard for black people in the South. This upset young Jackie. He became very involved in sports. He played football, basketball, baseball and ran track. In college he was a top football playe...
  • Far As The Marketing Plan
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    Wayne R. Martin International Marketing Management Tack Pack Assignment: Clarion AM / FM CD Player March 14, 2002 The Clarion AM / FM CD Player w / CD Changer Control that I purchased was manufactured in China. The country of origin shouldn't be all that surprising to me, since China and Japan are probably the two leading manufacturers when it comes to audio technology in the world today. China has long been ahead of the United States on entertainment technology such as audio players or televisi...
  • Tribute To Jackie Robinson Major League Baseball
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    Throughout history many different minority groups have been discriminated against. Although some of these minority groups are hated many members of these groups continue to make positive contributions to American society that help shape our country. One of these individuals is Jackie Robinson. His influence on the game of baseball has set standards for all of baseball fans to admire. The message he made Americans realize is that Blacks are just as capable of doing things as whites are, and any o...
  • Only Black Player In The Major Leagues
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    Today African American athletes dominate almost all professional team sports. In basketball some of the record holders were Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, Magic Johnson, and Michael Jordan. In football Walter Payton, Jim Brown, Jerry Rice, Erik Dickerson, and Jim Marshall set records. Baseball's Ricky Henderson held the stolen-base record at 939 in 1991. From Joe Louis in the 1930's until E vander Holyfield in the 1990's, black Americans have almost monopolized heavyweight boxing. Arthur...
  • One Myth About Blacks
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    Reaction Paper on Social Stratification Article: Halberstam, David. "The Myths and Realities of Blacks in Professional Basketball". Sport in Contemporary: An Anthology. Edited by D. Stanley Eit zen. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989,315-323. The article primarily talks about one individual throughout the article. The individual talked about is legendary Lenny Wilkens. David Halberstam, author of "The Myths and Realities of Blacks in Professional Basketball", discusses Lenny Wilkens' playing car...
  • Eight Of The Black Sox Players
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    The Black Sox Trial - 1921 The Black Sox scandal was a baseball betting scheme involving a group of baseball players and gamblers which led to the Chicago White Sox intentionally losing in the 1919 World Series. As a result this scandal led to the banning of eight players from the 1919 Chicago White Sox team, Joe Jackson (better known as Shoeless Joe Jackson), Eddie Cicotte, Chick Gandil, Oscar Felsch, Fred McMullin, Swede Risberg, Buck Weaver, and Claude Williams. This event also introduced a n...
  • Same Effect With Different Months
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    Good reason exists to doubt whether genes advantage black Americans at sport as Jon Engine claims -- the phenomena of the birthday or age cut-off effect. There is nothing genetic about being born in August rather than September but it can profoundly change the odds on becoming a professional footballer or tennis player [as well as being treated for mental sub normality or dyslexia]. The cut-off effect shows that big population differences need not be genetic since they can arise from apparently ...
  • Arthur Ashe As A Black Man
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    Arthur Ashe did many things in his life; he was a great tennis player, father, son, role model, and social activist. It is amazing to think that Arthur Ashe as a black man was able to achieve all he did coming from where he did, and that he was able to do it in a society dominated by white people. Born in Richmond, Virginia to a lower class black family, Arthur Ashe had to deal with many hardships at an early age. Despite the hardships he was able to succeed in the game of tennis, and won many m...

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