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Harvey Nual "Rusty" Russell -The Man who ruled Texas Football

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The man who ruled Texas football

The man who ruled Texas football

Harvey Nual "Rusty" Russell was passionate about football and had a mission to take Fort Worth Masonic Home Mighty Mites to the top.

Jim Dent, author of Twelve Mighty Orphans

Mr. Dent spoke to a public gathering about Twelve Mighty Orphans, our 2012-2013 Read Through the Valley book selection, as well as about his other books.

Jim Dent on Bryan Houston's Sports Radio Live .wmv

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Former TCU professor, Masonic Home Mighty Mite dies

For the next 75 years or so, Mr. Moseley, who died Wednesday at age 92, would make a prophet of his mentor. A talented mathematician, he was valedictorian of his class at the Fort Worth Masonic Home, then went to TCU on scholarship and finished at the top of his class there, too.

The Mighty Mites

Texas Co-op Power delivers the best of Texas culture--people, food, travel, and energy news--to 1.3 million electric cooperative members each month.

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Rusty Russell and The Mighty Mites

Rusty Russell and The Mighty Mites

1940 Team (UTA Libraries Archives)

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The Mighty Mites 1st Football Team

The Mighty Mites 1st Football Team

UTA Libraries Archives

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Dewitt (left) and Ray (right) Coulter, as shoeless orphans in the late 1920's

Dewitt (left) and Ray (right) Coulter, as shoeless orphans in the late 1920's

UTA Libraries Archives

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Harvey "Rusty" Russell

Harvey "Rusty" Russell

UTA Libraries Archives

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Doug Lords Letter Jacket-The Mighty Mites

Doug Lords Letter Jacket-The Mighty Mites

Stockyard Museum, Fort Worth, TX

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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