Learning to Win: Sports, Education, and Social Change in Twentieth-Century North Carolina

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INDEX
AAU. See Amateur Athletic Union
ACC. See Atlantic Coast Conference
African Americans: and racial issues, 8, 23, 28–29, 35–36, 137–38; and social order, 11, 12–13, 54, 184–85, 260, 284; and education, 14, 34–36, 54, 60, 138, 161–63, 167, 179–80, 185, 186–87, 267, 315 (n. 13), 325 (n. 8); and politics, 26, 29, 92, 136, 185; and economics, 32, 133, 160, 172, 186; and Darwinism, 34; and equal rights, 93, 136, 137–38, 161, 187, 284; and communities, 160, 166, 167, 169, 171, 172, 173–75, 176, 179–81, 184, 186, 234, 235, 239; and employment, 187. See also Integration; Jim Crow; Race
—and collegiate athletics: and baseball, 10–11, 18, 33, 53; and character development, 14, 15, 16–17, 46, 53, 54, 62, 160; and football, 18, 23–24, 31, 32–34, 36– 38; and politics, 32; and segregation, 158–59; and coaches, 158–60, 172, 187– 88; and scholarships, 176; newspaper coverage of, 176, 177, 183–84, 188, 194, 329 (n. 4); and basketball, 158–60, 176– 79, 181–84, 187–89, 190, 194, 198, 242– 43, 248, 249, 256, 327 (n. 46); and physical education, 234–35, 237–39; and cheerleaders, 255–56
—female: and collegiate athletics, 41, 44, 51, 52, 53, 63, 64, 65, 136, 139–40, 142, 143, 144, 149, 153, 237–39, 255–56; and white supremacy, 54, 63; and social order, 60, 155, 156–57; and high school athletics, 76–77, 144, 146, 164, 165, 175, 257; and appearance, 134–35; and identities, 153; and physical education, 234– 35; and education, 235; and civil rights movement, 282; as cheerleaders, 286; and athletics, 305 (n. 13)
—high schools for: and competition, 6–7, 31–32; funding for, 75, 161, 164, 181, 187, 325 (n. 8), 328 (n. 66); and basketball, 76, 80, 81, 90–91, 95, 132–33, 142, 164, 167, 176, 177, 179, 184, 239, 327 (n. 43); and athletics, 76, 162–64, 167; and politics, 91–92; and social order, 94, 95; and coaches, 163, 164, 166, 167–74, 176, 187; and football, 165, 166, 169, 180, 181; and cheerleaders, 174, 286
Aldrich, Douglas, 280
Ali, Muhammad, 290, 291, 292
Allen, Bucky, 205
Allen, Maryrose Reeves, 230–32, 237, 251
Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), 147–50, 157, 241
Ames, Jesse Daniel, 130, 154, 161, 189
Anderson, Carl, 242
Anderson, Marian, 236
Angell, James, 125
Anthony, Susan B., 43
Appearance: and collegiate women's athletics, 56–57, 246; and Southern society, 59–64; and women, 59–64, 134–35, 138, 232, 247, 255–56, 322 (n. 23); and high school women's athletics, 131, 132–33, 135, 150–51, 152; and African American women, 134–35; and postwar society, 223–24; and cheerleaders, 247, 287
Ardrey, Sam, 82
Arledge, Missouri, 157
Arnell, Jesse, 264, 265, 266
Ashe, Jesse, 97, 98, 124
Asheville High School, 86, 287

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