The O Club, from the 1965 Tomahawk Yearbook

Group photo of the University of Omaha O Club from the 1965 Tomahawk yearbook (page 271). The O Club was a lettermen's organization at the University of Omaha, open to all student athletes who lettered in any intercollegiate sport. Marlin Briscoe was a member, and is seen here in the second row, second from the right., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections
Abstract/Description: Group photo of the University of Omaha O Club from the 1965 Tomahawk yearbook (page 271). The O Club was a lettermen's organization at the University of Omaha, open to all student athletes who lettered in any intercollegiate sport. Marlin Briscoe was a member, and is seen here in the second row, second from the right.
Subject(s): Briscoe, Marlin, 1945-
Tag: African Americans
Tag: Alumni
Tag: Athletics
Tag: Marlin Briscoe
Tag: Municipal University of Omaha
Tag: O Club
Date Created: 1965

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