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- Alan Page: Alan Cedric Page is an associate justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court and a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1963 and received a A.B. in political science from the University of Notre Dame in 1967 and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1978. Page is married to Diane Sims Page and is the father of four children, Nina, Georgi, Justin and Kamie.
- also known as Alan Cedric Page
- born on (70 years ago) in Canton
- ethnicity: African American
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Lawyer, american football player
- Marriage with Diane Sims Page
- parent of
- AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award
- AP Most Valuable Player
- Alan Page was an actor.
Alan Page is a fictional film character.
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Surviving the NFL by James A. Holstein, Richard S. Jones, George E. Koonce, Jr.
Ex-Viking Alan Page is a justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Jack Kemp, formerly of the Chargers and Bills, was a nine-term congressman from New York and U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Steve Largent and Heath ...
The Front Nine (2008)
Golf's 9 All-Time Greatest Shots by Barry LeBrock
Alan Page is an associate jus- tice of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Byron White sat on the United States Supreme Court. Magic Johnson's foundations help develop inner-city communities and offer scholarships for disadvantaged youth.
by Michael R. Steele
The great 1964 defensive front: Alan Page, Kevin Hardy, Tom Regner, and Don Gmitter — who helped the Irish register four shutouts and give up only 77 points in the season. sophomores Paul May and Rocky Bleier score the final ...
4th Edition by Michael R. Steele
Alan Page tackled Zeno and Costa recovered another fumble. Farrell scored the final touchdown. The great 1964 defensive front: ...
Running Encyclopedia (2002)
by Richard Benyo, Joe Henderson
Ralph Page, Alan Page, Diane (See Page, ...
1992-1995 supplement for baseball, football, basketball, and other sports by David L. Porter
mention, including Nick Eddy,* Tom Regner, Alan Page (FB), Pete Dur- anko, Paul Seller, Kevin Hardy, Jim Seymour, Tom Schoen, George Goed- deke, and Larry Conjar. Lynch also received the Maxwell Award as the top College Player of ...
From the Age of Segregation to the Twenty-first Century Five-volume Set by Paul Finkelman
One star football player with the Minnesota Vikings, Alan Page, became a member of the Minnesota Supreme Court, as well as a member of the National Football League Hall of Fame. The Minnesota black community—small in terms of both ...
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey, Soccer by David Blevins
front four, popularly known as the “Purple People Eaters” (end Jim Marshall, end Carl Eller, tackle Gary Larsen, and tackle Alan Page). When coach Norm Van Brocklin left the team in 1967, Finks hired the relatively unknown Bud Grant, who ...
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