Cumberland - Bibliography


Allen, George E. Presidents Who Have Known Me. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1950

A.P. I. Dramatic Club. “David Garrick.” Playbill. November 9, 1897.

Armstrong, O. K. “The Funniest Football Game Ever Played.” Reader’s Digest, October 1955.

Armstrong, O. K. Letter to Hon. B. F. “Bird” Paty. November 6, 1955. Cumberland University archives.

Armstrong, O. K. Letter to George E. Allen. March 5, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Armstrong, O. K. Letter to George E. Allen. October 2, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Armstrong, O. K. Letter to Gentry Dugat. October 2, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Armstrong, O. K. Letter to B. F. Paty. October 2, 1956. Cumberland University archives. 

Associated Press. “B. F. Paty Dies In Florida.” B. F. Paty obituary. AP, August 2, 1965. Cumberland University archives.

Associated Press. “Presidential Friend George Allen Dies.” George Allen Obituary. AP, April 26, 1973.

Astor, George. “Football’s Glorious Slaughter.” Sports Illustrated, November 27, 1961.

Athletic Association of the Georgia School of Technology. J. W. Heisman coaching contract. November 25, 1904. Georgia Tech University archives.

Athletic Association of the Georgia School of Technology. J. W. Heisman coaching contract. July 20, 1907. Georgia Tech University archives.

Athletic Association of the Georgia School of Technology. J. W. Heisman contract agreement. March 23, 1908. Georgia Tech University archives.

Athletic Association of the Georgia School of Technology. J. W. Heisman coaching contract. June 29, 1918. Georgia Tech University archives.

Game announcement. The Atlanta Constitution, Georgia, October 7, 1916.

Bauman, Richard. “A Game for the Record Books.” The Elks Magazine, November 2011. Georgia Tech University archives.

Beck, Ken. “Author/Fan Tracks World’s Worst Football Defeat.” The Tennessean, October 12, 1980.

Belson, Ken. “Ivy League Moves to Eliminate Tackling at Football Practices.” The New York Times, March 1, 2016.

Blake, Morgan. “World’s Record In Total Points Made by Tech.” The Atlanta Journal, October 8, 1916. Georgia Tech University archives.

Bone, Winstead Paine. A History of Cumberland University, 1842-1935. Published by The Author. Lebanon, Tennessee. 1935.

Bradberry, John. “Everett Strupper Dies, Old Tech All-American.” The Atlanta Constitution, February 5, 1950. Georgia Tech University archives.

Burns, G. Frank. Phoenix Rising! The Sesquicentennial History of Cumberland University 1842-1992.  

Burns, G. Frank. “Sometimes it’s not who wins; but, who rehashes the game plan.” Nashville Tennessean, January 3, 1988.

Burns, G. Frank. “The Story of The Game of the Century.” Cumberland University website (via archive.org).

Burns, G. Frank. "Cumberland University School of Law,” Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, 2009. Retrieved: 16 October 2012.

Butterfield, Roger. “What’s Funny About George Allen?” LIFE Magazine, September 9, 1946.

Camp, Walter. “Ask Yourself What Went Wrong?” Collier’s The National Weekly. P. F. Collier & Son Company. April 15, 1922.

Carroll, Frank. “222-0 Proved It Didn’t Pay To Mess With Tech In 1916.” Orlando Sentinel, May 6, 1990.

Cart, Julie. “Heisman's Revenge: 80 Years Ago Today, Georgia Tech Coach Got Even for a Loss in Baseball by Beating Cumberland, 222-0.” Times Staff Writer. October 07, 1996.

Chicago Tribune. “Football Year’s Death Harvest.” Chicago Sunday Tribune, November 26, 1905. 

Clark, Bill. “The John Heisman Nobody Remembers.” Atlanta Magazine, December 1964.

Clark, Bill. “Did Tech’s Heisman Start ‘I’?” The Atlanta Journal, November 21, 1968. 

Collins, Winthrop I. “Winnie”. “Winnie Collins Recalls the Thrills of Heisman Era At Tech.” Letters to the editor. Tech Topics, March-April 1982. Georgia Tech University archives.

Cumberland University. The Phoenix, class of 1915. Published by the Students of Cumberland University. Lebanon, Tennessee.

Cumberland University. The Phoenix: A Year Book, class of 1916. Published by the Students of Cumberland University. Lebanon, Tennessee.

Cumberland University. Cumberland University Bulletin, March 15. Register, 1914-15. Lebanon, Tennessee.

Cumberland University. Cumberland University Bulletin. Register, 1916-17. Lebanon, Tennessee.

Danforth, Ed. “More About the Cumberland Massacre.” The Atlanta Journal, January 19, 1943.

Dinich, Heather. “Playoff plan to run through 2025.” ESPN.go.com, June 27, 2012. 

Dugat, Gentry. “Cumberland Men Out-Talk Tech Gridsters Who Licked Lawyer Squad 40 Years Ago.” Beeville Bee-Picayune, October 25, 1956.

Dugat, Gentry. Letter to O. K. Armstrong. November 29, 1955. Cumberland University archives.

Dugat, Gentry. Letter to O. K. Armstrong. January 7, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Dugat, Gentry. Letter to O. K. Armstrong. January 29, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Dugat, Gentry. Letter to O. K. Armstrong. November 2, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Eliot, Charles W. “The Evils of Football.” Success Magazine, Volume 8, November, 1905.

Eliot, Charles W. “President Eliot on Football.” The School Journal, Volume 70, United Education Company, New York, Chicago, and Boston, February 18, 1905, p.188.

Felkins, Jared. “Cumberland adopts Phoenix as its new athletics nickname.” Lebanon Democrat. January 4, 2016.

Ferguson, Henry N. “Football’s Funniest Fiasco.” October 1968. Cumberland University archives.

Fox, Larry. “Memories of a Rout: Longest Gain For Cumberland Team? Five-Yard Loss Around End, Says FB.” The Atlanta Constitution, October 13, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Fox, Larry. “Tech 222; Cumberland 0: Funniest Football Game Ever Played.” The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, November 11, 1956.

Georgia School of Technology. Football announcement. 1904. Georgia Tech University archives.

Georgia School of Technology. The Blue Print, 1916. Published by the Student Body Georgia School of Technology. Atlanta, Georgia.

Georgia School of Technology. Football Banquet Program, December 16, 1916. Georgia Tech University archives.

Georgia School of Technology. The Blue Print, 1917. Published by the Student Body Georgia School of Technology. Atlanta, Georgia.

Georgia Tech University. “Ramblin’ Reck Club Presents List of Freshman Regulations.” The Technique, October 4, 1947. Atlanta, Georgia.

Georgia Tech University. “Freshman Survival Guide.” The Technique, August 23, 2002. 

Georgia Tech Athletic Ass’n. Play By Play: Georgia Tech 222, Cumberland 0. January 8, 1974. Georgia Tech University archives.

Griessman, Gene. “The Coach.” Magazine article. Georgia Tech University archives. 

Hale, Leon. “222 to 0!!” The Houston Post, April 25, 1963. Cumberland University Archives.

Harper, William Arthur. “How You Played the Game: The Life of Grantland Rice.” 1999. 

Heisman, John M. & Schlabach, Mark. Heisman: The Man Behind the Trophy. Howard Books. October 2, 2012.

Heisman, J.W. “Inventions in Football.” The Baseball Magazine, October 1908.

Heisman, John W. Principles of Football. Sports Publishing Bureau. St. Louis, U.S.A. 1921

Heisman, John W. “Strupper’s Sparkling Dash Against Auburn Greatest of All Plays, John Heisman Says.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, October 12, 1924.

Heisman, John W. “Signals.” Collier’s, October 6, 1928.

Heisman, John W. “The Thundering Herd.” Collier’s, October 13, 1928.

Heisman, John W. “Fast and Loose.” Collier’s, October 20, 1928.

Heisman, John W. “Rough Humor.” Collier’s, November 9, 1929.

Heisman, John W. “Here Are Men.” Collier’s, November 16, 1929.

Henderson, Jeremy. “John Heisman’s 1899 Letter to Auburn Students.” The War Eagle Reader, December 9, 2011.

Horn, Blinkey. “Rabbit Curry Lifts Black and Gold Above the Purple Banner.” Nashville Tennessean and The Nashville American, November 26, 1915.

Hudspeth, Ron. “Cumberland’s Revenge.” The Atlanta Journal, May 10, 1974. Georgia Tech University archives.

Isaacson, Melissa. "Theismann as in Heisman." espnW.com, Oct 28, 2011.

Jemison, Dick. “Yellow Jackets Southern Champs On Their Record.” The Atlanta Constitution, November 28, 1915. Georgia Tech University archives.

Jemison, Dick. “Tally Johnston Named Captain 1916 Jackets; Carpenter Is Alternate.” The Atlanta Constitution, December 5, 1915. Georgia Tech University archives.

Jemison, Dick. “Golden Tornado a Real Southern Eleven; Atlanta Has Right to be Proud of Team.” The Atlanta Constitution, November 4, 1917. Page 3.

Koppelman, Sam H. “Shut Down Harvard Football: A football fan’s case for why the sport has no place on campus.” The Harvard Crimson, October 28, 2015.

Litsky, Frank. “In 1916, a Blowout for the Ages.” The New York Times, October 7, 2006.

McFarlan, Donald. The Guinness Book of Records. Facts on File. 1992.

Merriam, Lucius Salisbury. Higher Education in Tennessee. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1893. Page 196.

Miles, Ed. “Strupper Era Saw Tech Unconquered.” Newspaper clipping. Georgia Tech University archives.

Miller, John J. The Big Scrum: How Teddy Roosevelt Saved Football. Harper Collins, 2012.

Mink, Ken. 222-0: The Story Behind America’s Zaniest College Football Game. Kindle Edition. Published August 15, 2011.

Nash, Bruce and Zullo, Allan. “The Most Crushing Defeat in the History of Football.” The National Enquirer, September 30, 1986. Cumberland University archives. 

Neal, Willard. “Old-Time Football Was No Game for Softies.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution Magazine, September 18, 1960. Georgia Tech University archives.

The New York Times. “Football: College; Female Kicker Breaks Gender Barrier.” The New York Times, August 31, 2001.

Ole Timer. “First Forward Pass Was Thrown in Atlanta.” Atlanta Journal Magazine, Georgia Tech archives.

Paty, B. F. Letter to O. K. Armstrong. October 5, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Paul, Jim. You Dropped It, You Pick It Up. Ed's Publishing Company. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 1983.

Pennington, Bill. “John Heisman, the Coach Behind the Trophy.” The New York Times, December 8, 2006.

The Rambler. “A Game to Remember: The Record Breaker to End Them All.” Cumberland University archives.

Reynolds, Hal. “Yellow Jackets Roll Up Over Two Hundred Points in Beating Cumberland.” The Atlanta Constitution, October 10, 1916. Georgia Tech University archives.

Russell, Fred. “True Story of That 222-0 Game.” The Nashville Banner, October 23, 1956. Newspaper article. Cumberland University archives.

Russell, Fred. “A Survivor’s Inside Story of Football’s Famous Mismatch.” Newspaper article. November 10, 1967. Cumberland University archives.

Sahlberg, Jacqueline. “Memorable Games in Harvard-Yale history.” Yale Daily News, November 18, 2011.

Searcy, Jay. “220-0-the Infamous Cumberland Gap.” Chicago Tribune. September 16, 1990.

Sugiura, Ken. “Tech alum returning 222-0 ball to ‘rightful place.’” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 25, 2014.

Sullens, Frederick. “Allen, State Native, Important Figure as Capitol Commissioner.” Newspaper clipping. Cumberland University archives.

Tierney, Mike. “Big Score for Georgia Tech, After Alumnus Wins Bid for a Relic.” New York Times. October 6, 2014.

Traughber, Bill. Vanderbilt Football: Tales of Commodore Gridiron History. The History Press. 2011.

Umphlett, Wiley L. Creating the Big Game: John W. Heisman and the Invention of American Football.

Underwood, George B. “Georgia Tech and Georgetown Lead.” The Sun, December 3, 1916.

United Press International. “Former Political Aide G.E. Allen Rites Thursday.” George Allen obituary. UPI, April 26, 1973. Cumberland University archives.

United Press International. “Presidents’ Comforter Dead at 77.” George Allen obituary. UPI, April 26, 1973. 

Vanderbilt University. Vanderbilt University Quarterly, Volume 15, Published by Vanderbilt University, 1915.

Walsh, William S. A Handy Book of Curious Information, copyright 1913. J.B. Lippincott Company. Philadelphia, U.S.A.

Warwick, Wm. H. Letter to Coach Robert E. Lee Dodd. October 11, 1956. Cumberland University archives.

Weiskopf, Herman. “Heisman Trophy or Bogart Cup?” Sports Illustrated, January 4, 1971.

Wilkinson, Jack. “John Heisman Bio.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, RamblinWreck.com.

Woodruff, Fuzzy. “Everett Strupper Is Most Feared Player on Tech Team. Best Sidestepper in South in Second Year of Career.” The Atlanta Georgian, October 29, 1916. Georgia Tech University archives. 

Unknown author. “An Exciting Game: The White and Blue of Carolina Triumphs Over the Crimson and Black of Georgia.” Newspaper clipping. Georgia Tech University archives.

Unknown author. “Catholics Down Army Squad, 35-13.” Newspaper clipping. 1913. Georgia Tech University archives.       

Unknown author. “Jim Preas won acclaim nationally as gridder.” Jim Preas obituary. Press-Chronicle, February 1, 1965. Cumberland University archives.

Unknown author. “Preas, of Tech Game Fame, Dies at 71.” Jim Preas Obituary. February 18, 1965. Cumberland University archives.

Unknown author. “Thomas Spence Killed in Airplane Accident.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Wednesday, December 18, 1918.


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