OU Sixth At Hastings . . . Late Outburst Downs Emporia; Fort Hays Hosts OU Saturday

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Abstract/Description: Even when playing basketball for OU, Marlin Briscoe was known for football. The photo shows OU and Emporia State students playing "football" with the basketball. However, Briscoe was genuinely skilled at basketball as well as football, and the "sparkling floor leader" was credited with pulling an OU victory from the jaws of defeat.
Subject(s): Briscoe, Marlin, 1945-
Tag: African Americans
Tag: Alumni
Tag: Athletics
Tag: Football
Tag: Marlin Briscoe
Tag: Municipal University of Omaha
Date Created: 1965-01-08

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