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Reminiscing on the 04-05 Illini

The 2004-2005 Illinois Fighting Illini men’s basketball team may be one of the rare teams that is remembered more than the national champion from that year. 574 more words

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This Day in Padres History -- July 3

July 3, 1973 – Left-hander Randy Jones allows an unearned run on four hits over nine innings in the Padres 4-1 win at Dodger Stadium. It is the first of a franchise-record 71 complete games for Jones. 215 more words

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Dee Brown

Nothing lives long
Only the earth and mountains

— Dee Brown, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West. (Holt Paperbacks; 30th Anniversary edition January 23, 2001) Originally published 1970.


Former Pirate Dee Brown Joins Illini Coaching Staff | Retired East Wrestling Coach A Hall Of Famer

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 || By Michael Romain 

Former Proviso East basketball standout and star University of Illinois Fighting Illini point guard Dee Brown, 31, will return to his college alma mater as the first-ever director of player development and alumni relations. 608 more words

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Dee Brown's book, "Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee"

“We rarely know the full power of words, in print or spoken.  It is my hope that time has not dulled the words herein and that they will continue through the coming generation to be as true and direct as I originally meant them to be.”  -Dee Brown in the forward to his 2001 edition of “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” which he first wrote and published in 1971.   384 more words