Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
This small collection contains the program from the November 31, 1931, University of Omaha Homecoming football contest against Wayne; two copies of the Municipal University of Omaha Student Council Constitution; and a few newspaper clippings.
Six films containing portions of UNO football games: UNI 1978 offense, UND 1980 defense, NDSU 1980 defense, Drake 1980 defense (black and white, 2 reels), and Augustana 1979 defense (black and white).
The Crete Relay was organized by the OU Alumni Association after an invitation from the Mayor of Omaha to the Mayor of Crete to sit with him at the OU Homecoming game against Doane College. OU alumni and students ran a 102-mile relay to hand-deliver the event ticket to Crete. The scrapbook includes news clippings, copies of the letters exchanged, and related material.
The papers consist of materials related to Debra White's book, The Spirit of Nebraska: a history of Husker game day traditions, the tunnel walk, mascots, cheer, & more. The materials include drafts of the book, notes, sources and quotes, research files with photocopies of source material, photo and quote permissions, photos, news clippings, bibliography, and book promotion.
Football helmet of Melvin Boldenow, class of 1938, and description of helmet's use also provided by Boldenow.
University of Omaha white football jersey #75 worn by James E. Herren in the 1960 season.
One UNO letter jacket earned by Ed Cook for playing football.
One UNO letter sweater earned by Ed Cook for playing football.
The records consist of programs from University of Nebraska-Lincoln football games. It is not a complete set.
Football trophy given to President Milo Bail.
The collection contains photographs taken by Frank O'Neill for the Lincoln Journal Star. The photos cover a wide variety of topics and were all take in Lincoln, NE. photos include holiday celebrations, football games, tragedies like fires and plane crashes, local businesses, the state fair, political and court events, portraits of local people, infrastructure projects, political protests, local youth activities, and military bases.
This collection contains photocopies of articles written about Flippin. Those items that specifically relate to his time at the University of Nebraska are articles or small notes in the Hesperian, the student newspaper at the time.
The papers of Harold Johnk document his student athletic career at the University of Omaha, his time as an assistant Football coach, and induction into the UNO Athletics Hall of Fame in 1980.
16 mm Reel-to-reel film. The film is labeled: "Omaha U Football – Wide Screen; 11/19/57 UNO Football vs. N. Illinois? Football – Wide Screen; Horses – Halftone—H. C. Ragalty."
Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine. Box describing item as action figure not included. Plastic figure is painted gold, with a wash of black paint to highlight details. A white plastic advertisement is broken off the base. A sticker on the bottom of the base identifies the manufacture date as 2009.
Omaha University vs Drake University Football Game, November 10, 1965, November 10, 1965, February 10, 2016
A silver trophy in the shape of a football mounted on a stand honoring the 1934 Omaha University Football team for winning the NAIA championship. The names of team members are engraved on the football. The trophy was dented upon arrival in UNO Libraries' Archives and Special Collections.
Collection of UNO football memorabilia and related materials, collected by T. Patrick Ryan, UNO football player (class of 1973). The collection includes UNO Football Media Guides (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, and 1972); selected game programs (1968, 1969, 1970, and 1972); two 1968 national football magazines; 1968 & 1969 UNO football team photographs; a UNO football duffel bag; and a football commemorating the 2000 UNO North Central Conference Championship.
Audio recordings of the January 1, 1955, Tangerine Bowl of the University of Omaha vs. Eastern Kentucky football game. OU won 7-6.
Material from the celebration of the 1955 Tangerine Bowl Championship football on April 12, 2014, including photographs, news clippings, copies of the game film and audio, and other material.