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House Proceeding 06-16-09 on Jun 16th, 2009 :: 0:15:05 to 0:16:40
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Norman D. Dicks

0:15:01 to 0:15:23( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: no more taxes. no talking on the phone tax and that's just the way it is. . the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from washington rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. dicks: mr. speaker, today in seattle a memorial service is taking place for the university of washington's legendary

Norman D. Dicks

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Norman D. Dicks

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Norman D. Dicks: football coach, jim owens, who passed away on june 6 leaving a legacy that extends far beyond husky stadium where he coached for 18 years. in fact, that legacy extends here to the nation's capital because i was one of the many individuals he recruited, coached, and counseled on and off the field and friends for nearly 50 years. he was a remarkable leader.

Norman D. Dicks

0:15:45 to 0:16:05( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: assuming job of head coach at the university at the age of 29. it was said he brought a work ethic and coaching style that would have intimidate add marine corps drill instructor. that was accurate. i can say that from personal experience. he had high expectations and he could be tough. he once told me i was fine on defense as a linebacker, but i

Norman D. Dicks

0:16:06 to 0:16:26( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: was the weakest weak guard on the team. but most of all he was a real leader. and he was successful. three years after arriving at the university he produced a rose bowl championship team, defeating wisconsin 44-8, in the 1960 rose bowl. i was proud to play for him the

Norman D. Dicks

0:16:27 to 0:16:40( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: rose bowl victory over minnesota, 17-7. he was a great coach and though he will be missed, his lessons will endure long beyond his death. our prayers go out to the entire owens family.

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