The 268-page book is a humorous and heartfelt look at Tom Allan's 61-year journalism career. Allan takes you behind the scenes from his days on the Omaha police beat to World-Hearld fleet vehicle #18 where he toured the Sand Hills and beyond writing his column qNebraska Byways.q Readers will experience his stories of Husker lore, be inspired by his human-interest stories and fall in love with Nebraska's treasures.I was standing alongside the stadium employee who got hit on the back of the neck with a frozen orange and later became paralyzed. ... aquot;We dona#39;t have the music, aquot; said the bandleader despite Marilyna#39;s and Exona#39;s threat to sit on the edge of the ... Husker sports information director and trumpet player, and Bill Fischer, the piano-playing Husker business manager, and the band played a rousing rendition.
|Title||:||To Bucktail and back-- a million miles of memories|
|Author||:||Tom Allan, Paul Hammel|