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USask Library and Archival Resources: Secondary Sources about USask History

A select bibliography of secondary sources on the history of the University of Saskatchewan.

Sports and Student Activities

Athletic Wall of Fame. University of Saskatchewan, 1984? University Publications fonds, RG 2129, Physical Education.

Ferguson, Les. The Rusty Macdonald Athletic Award, A History of Recipients. University of Saskatchewan, 1997 University Publications fonds, RG 2129, Physical Education.

Heiber, Karen. The Greystone Review '84: 75 Years of Students at the U of S.

Kennedy, Michael P.J. Dogs on Ice: A History of Hockey at the University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and "Friends of the Huskies", 2006.

Lamb Drover, Victoria. "ParticipACTION: How 'Video Killed the Radio Star'. The Rise and Fall of Health Promotion in Canada, 1971-2001." Paper presented at meeting of Canadian Historical Association, Congress 2012, Waterloo, Ontario.

Ore Gangue. The Concentrates: University of Saskatchewan, 1909-1959, Golden Jubilee. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1959. MG 135, Ore Gangue fonds

Ransom, Diane. Pioneers and Performers: Sport 1909-1984, University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1984.

Rempel, Richard. Academics, Athletes and "All-Rounders": Some Distinguished Students from the Classes of 1928-1932 at the University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon History Review 18 (2004): 6-15.

Robertson, D.F. The University of Saskatchewan Contingent, Canadian Officers Training Corps. University Essays, 2006.

Spafford, Duff. Stop the presses! Looking back on 100 years of Sheaf alumni in the media. From Sheaf centennial site, May 2012.