U-M And Northwestern Football Honor Their First Black Letterman With New Rivalry Trophy
In the late 19th Century, George Jewett came to the University of Michigan to play football. He would later continues his playing career at Northwestern University. It wasn't long before he cemented his place in academic and athletic history, and now, there will be a new trophy named in his honor. David Fair speaks to Jewett's great-grandson, WEMU jazz host Michael Jewett, about the personal and historical significance of this announcement.
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