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Trice majored in animal husbandry, with the desire to go to the South after graduation, and use his knowledge to help black farmers. In 1984, the stadium was named "Cyclone Stadium" and the playing field was named "Jack Trice Field." My Everyone is expecting me to do
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large ( > 500x500) Full Resolution. In the third quarter, University of Minnesota players forced Trice to the ground and crushed him. He majored in animal husbandry, with the desire to go to the southern U.S. and use his knowledge to help Black farmers. the first real college game of Find out more about the Jack Trice papers at http://www.add.lib.iastate.edu/spcl/arch/rgrp/21-7-23.html,This resource is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library,Welcome to the Iowa Heritage Digital Collections,Digitization Resources for participants in the Iowa Heritage Digital Collections,Dublin Core and Item Type Metadata descriptions,United States -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- The Curtis Hotel,Iowa State University -- Alumni and alumnae.

In 1922, Trice became the first African-American student athlete at Iowa State, participating in track and football.

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Jack Trice Last Letter to Himself Posted on May 9, 2011 by Kumar Vishal Jack Trice was the first black football player from Iowa State College. my part. Contact Us. John G. "Jack" Trice (May 12, 1902 – October 8, 1923) was a football player who became the first African-American athlete for Iowa State College. Page Flip View : View Image & Text: Download: small (250x250 max) medium (500x500 max) Large.