MSS 00103 Guide to Everett N. Case Papers, 1944-1948
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Case, Everett N. (Everett Norris), 1900-1966
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17 March 2010, Updated by Linda Sellars because of addition
Pamphlet, certificate and letters of Everett N. Case. The pamphlet, "The New Pressure Game in Basketball," contains 26 pages of instructions and diagrams that explain how to have a successful team. It also includes conclusions from Case's master thesis, "An Analysis of the Effects of Various Factors on Accuracy of Shooting Free Throws in Basketball." The certificate, 17 August 1946, is a Certificate of Satisfactory Service on active duty in the United States Navy during World War II. One letter, 11 July 1946, from A. W. Radford, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air), to Case commends Case for his superb performance of duty while serving in the Naval Flight Preparatory School, Depauw University. The other letter, 25 August 1944, from Clide E. Wildman, President of Depauw University, to Case, expresses appreciation for Case's work on the DePauw campus and wishes him luck and success in the Navy.
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