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100 1  Johnson, James W.,|d1938- 
245 14 The Black Bruins :|bthe remarkable lives of UCLA's Jackie 
       Robinson, Woody Strode, Tom Bradley, Kenny Washington, and
       Ray Bartlett /|cJames W. Johnson. 
264  1 Lincoln :|bUniversity of Nebraska Press,|c[2017] 
300    xiv, 292 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-283) and 
505 0  No Bed of Roses in Pasadena -- The Kingfish and Woody -- 
       The High School Years -- The Little Brother -- Obstacles 
       to Overcome -- A Sorry Season -- An Easy Choice -- Fitting
       in at UCLA -- Under-the-Table Help -- Filling the Coffers 
       -- High Expectations -- A Disappointing End to the Season 
       -- Decision Time -- Passed Over by the NFL -- The 
       Indispensable Robinson -- World War II Beckons -- Moving 
       Up in the Ranks -- Making NFL History -- The Negro League 
       Years -- End of the Line at LAPD -- Leaving Athletics -- 
       Movie Star in the Making -- A Promotion Earned -- Blending
       In -- Changing Los Angeles -- The Civil Rights Years -- 
       Their Legacy. 
520    "The intertwined story of five influential African 
       American athletes who came together as teammates at UCLA 
       in the 1930s" --|cProvided by publisher. 
520    "The Black Bruins chronicles the inspirational lives of 
       five African American athletes who faced racial 
       discrimination as teammates at UCLA in the late 1930s. 
       Best known among them was Jackie Robinson, a four-star 
       athlete for the Bruins who went on to break the color 
       barrier in Major League Baseball and become a leader in 
       the civil rights movement after his retirement. Joining 
       him were Kenny Washington, Woody Strode, and Ray Bartlett.
       The four played starring roles in an era when fewer than a
       dozen major colleges had black players on their rosters. 
       This rejection of the "gentlemans agreement", which kept 
       teams from fielding black players against all white teams,
       inspired black Angelinos and the African American press to
       adopt the teammates as their own. Washington became the 
       first African American player to sign with an NFL team in 
       the post-World War II era and later became a Los Angeles 
       police officer and actor. Woody Strode, a Bruin football 
       and track star, broke into the NFL with Washington in 1946
       as a Los Angeles Ram and went on to act in at least fifty-
       seven full-length feature films. Ray Bartlett, a football,
       basketball, baseball, and track athlete, became the second
       African American to join the Pasadena Police Department, 
       later donating his time to civic affairs and charity. Tom 
       Bradley, a runner for the Bruins track team, spent twenty 
       years fighting racial discrimination in the Los Angeles 
       Police Department before being elected the first black 
       mayor of Los Angeles" --|cProvided by publisher. 
610 20 University of California, Los Angeles|xSports|xHistory
       |y20th century. 
650  0 African American athletes|zCalifornia|vBiography. 
650  0 Discrimination in sports|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th 
650  0 Racism in sports|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th century. 
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