Episode 8 - A Yank on the FootyThis week's episode takes a quick look at last week’s Super Bowl, but the main focus is a little known hybrid game that was developed out of necessity in 1943. A big shout out to Orville Gibson of Russell Island in Queen...
Episode 8 - A Yank on the Footy
This week's episode takes a quick look at last week’s Super Bowl, but the main focus is a little known hybrid game that was developed out of necessity in 1943. A big shout out to Orville Gibson of Russell Island in Queensland, for pointing me in the right direction with some of the questions that I had researching the US military in Australia.
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Here are the links that I used for research into this episode.
Americans in Australia
Build up of Forces in Australia
Austus: the wartime football that blended Australian and American gridiron rules
Queensland goes back to the War
Football History 101 The lost Hybrid Game
12 Jul 1944 - MEDAL FOR "AUSTUS" INVENTOR
The Argus - article 19 July 1943
MacArthur Museum Brisbane: Home
MacArthur's "other" HQ
Mark Podolski: Cedar Point celebrates 100th anniversary of forward pass
Knute Rockne Markers in Sandusky
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