Sport and the Color Line: Black Athletes and Race Relations in Twentieth-Century America

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INDEX

a
Aaron, Hank, 297 , 312 -13
Abbott, Clive, 216
Abbott, Jesse, 216
Abbott, Robert, 37
Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem, 293 , 297
Acosta, Merito, 77
Agassi, Andre, 302 , 317
A Hard Road To Glory:
A History of the African American Athlete (Ashe), 284 , 337
Air Jordan, 318
Alcorn A&M College, 2 , 216
Alemendares (baseball team), 35
Alabama State College, 216
Alexander, Charles, 67
Alexander, Grover Cleveland, 68
Alexander, Sam, 21
Algona Brownies (baseball team), 32
Ali, Muhammad, x , xii , 270 , 310 , 322 ;
as symbol and representative of the Vietnam Era, 289 - 302
All-American Basketball Tournament, 238
All-Americans (baseball team), 70
"All Coons Look Alike to Me" (Song), 58
Allen, Maryrose Reeves, on femininity and women athletes, 91 , 94
Allen, T.W., 37
All-University Committee, and the Leonard Bates Affair at New York University, 149 -52, 161
Almeidau, Rafdel, 66 , 77
Amarillo Junior College, 241
Amateur Athlete (magazine), 222 , 226 -28
Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), 11 ;
and the involvement of African American women in track and field, 213 -17, 220 , 281
American Association (baseball league), 63 , 70 , 75 , 78
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD), 271
American Bandstand (television program), 220
American Football League (AFL), 254 , 259
American League Park, 72
American Nazi Party, 258
Ames, Jesse Daniel, 104 , 119
Amherst College, 271 , 274
Ammon Track Club, 19
Amusements and Sports in American Life (Weaver), 279
"An Assessment of Black Is Best" (Kane), 297 , 335
Anderson, Roxy, 226 , 229
Anderson High School, and basketball game against Crispus Attucks, 197 -98
Andrews, David, 311
Annals of American Sport (Krout), 279
Anson, Cap, 64
Arlington National Cemetery, 144
Armstrong, Henry, 148
Armstrong, Samuel, 276
Army Relief Fund, 128 , 141
Ashe, Arthur, 284 , 297 , 337
Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, 282
"Athletics in New York City" (Norman), 273
Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), 243
Attell, Abe, 54 , 57
Attles, Al, on CIAA basketball tournament, 116
Auburn University, 247
Avendorph, Julius, 39

b
Bacharach Giants (baseball team), 72
Baden, Dodo, 17
Badger, Philip O., 156 , 158 , 161 -62
Baer, Buddy, 128 , 142
Baer, Max, 128 , 132 -33
Baker, Josephine, 221
Baker, William, 69
Baldwin, James, and the Floyd Patterson and Sonny Liston bout, 200 -01
Ballard, Lula, 280
Ball, Walter, 35
Baltimore Afro-American (newspaper), 74 - 75 , 77 , 92 , 151 , 157 , 251 , 254 -55, 257 , 263 -64, 279
Baltimore Black Sox (baseball team), 72 , 75 , 77 , 79
Baltimore Bullets (basketball team), 318
Baltimore News (newspaper), 79
Baltimore Orioles (baseball team), 66 , 77
Bancroft, Frank, 65
Bankhead, Dan, 183 -84
Barber, Red, 187
Barber-Scotia College, 83
Barkan, Elazar, 330
Barnstorming, in baseball, 35 , 64 - 66 , 68 - 71 , 75
Baseball: and the Negro Leagues, 25 - 40 , 63 - 79 ;
and Jackie Robinson's entry into major league baseball, 167 -87
Baseball: Between The Lines (Honig), 175
Baseball Magazine,73
Baseball Writers Dinner, 67
Basketball:
and participation of women at Bennett College, 83 - 96 ;
and the CIAA Tournament, 114 -16;
and the Crispus Attucks Tigers of Indianapolis, 191 - 204 ;
and integration in southern colleges, 233 -48;
and Michael Jordan and the Sports Spectacle, 305 - 323
Basketball Hall of Fame, 115
Bates, Leonard, and the protest at New York University over intersectional football contests, 147 -64

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