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  • Author:
    Eleanor Olson
  • ISBN:
    0962831700
  • ISBN13:
    978-0962831706
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    Eleanor Olson; Autographed Edition edition (June 1, 1991)
  • Pages:
    147 pages
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    Regional U.S.
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780962831706. Release Date:June 1991. Publisher:Olson, Eleanor.

Wayne Estes, a hero's legacy. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Wayne Estes, a hero's legacy. one of the West's all-time greats in collegiate basketball. Published 1991 by Olson Pub. in Ogden, Utah.

Eleanor Estes (May 9, 1906 – July 15, 1988) was an American children's author and a children's librarian. Her book, Ginger Pye, which she also created illustrations for, won the Newbery Medal. Three of her books were Newbery Honor Winners,. Three of her books were Newbery Honor Winners, and one was awarded the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award. Estes' books were based on her life in small town Connecticut in the early 1900s.

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Wayne Vernon Estes, a larger-than-life figure in his native Anaconda even at age 21, had just .

Wayne Vernon Estes, a larger-than-life figure in his native Anaconda even at age 21, had just scored 37 points for Utah State’s basketball team against arch-rival Brigham Young. Estes, the nation’s No. 2 scorer, was 47 points shy of becoming the first Aggie to score 2,000 in a career; earlier that day, the soon-to-be first-team All-American had been told by a Los Angeles Lakers scout that he would be their first pick in the upcoming NBA draft.

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Bruce Wayne is the young son of Thomas and Martha Wayne. While at his home at Wayne Manor, Bruce is visited by Arthur Fleck who sticks his fingers in Bruce's mouth to form a smile. Bruce's butler Alfred Pennyworth then sees Arthur off, warning him to stay away. Bruce exits the theatre with his parents when rioting is carried out in Gotham City by protesters who look up to Arthur Fleck, who is now calling himself Joker.

The author integrates new stories, personal recollections, letters and interviews of Wayne which recreates the extraordinary life story of a remarkable young man on and off the basketball court. He truly was a fun-loving, one-of-a-kind athlete who earned the respect of his fellow piers and fans alike with his kind and unselfish attitude toward life and others. His tragic death in 1965 at the young age of 21 shocked the collegiate community and he will not be forgotten.

Nalmetus
Remembering Wayne Estes well, I believe I need to write a book so the total and accurate story is recorded. This book was OK. Seems to me the author was in love with Wayne. Seemed like a love story rather than a biography of one of the greatest basketball players ever.
Dranar
"Wayne Estes: A Hero's Legacy" is a great read for sports fans or anyone who enjoys a gripping biography. The book is about Wayne Estes, a 1960's college basketball star at Utah State University, who died tragically in a freak accident. Although the book focuses mainly on Wayne's athletic achievements, it also portrays him as a son, friend, student, boyfriend, and brother. Readers end up admiring Wayne as a person, rather than just as a basketball star. The book is well written, fast-paced, and doesn't dwell on the unimportant the way most biographies do. It's also very entertaining, a quality that most other biographies often lack. I liked how the book seems to take readers back in time to when the events actually happened. I've read the book several times and wish that I could have watched Wayne in action. I consider him one of my favorite basketball players, even though I've never seen him play. I have no doubt that he would have been an impact player in the NBA and would be very well-known today, had he not died so young. The book contains a section with photos in it which add greatly to the reading experience. This is a great book. Read it!
Delirium
Growing up in Utah as the son of Utah State graduates, I had heard of Wayne Estes. I knew a little about him even though he had died nearly 2 years before I was born.

This biography is a good read about this Utah State sports legend and the tragic, avoidable accident that led to his death right after one of his greatest basketball performances. His birth, life, athletic prowess and tragic end is a story worth telling and preserving. I certainly wish I could have grown up cheering for this USU grad in the NBA instead of reading of a life cut short.

Thanks to the author for her telling of this sports legend's life.
Lailace
After reading "Wayne Estes: A Hero's Legacy" I had learned so much from it. Even though Wayne was originally from Anaconda I did not know very much about him. Olson does an excellant job with details, there are so many, that you can almost picture yourself at the scenes in this book. Such as the basketball game, and when Wayne walked right into the live wire. I have read the book twice now and I am writing a research paper on it now in my English class. It is an magnificent reference and has a lot of information. If you haven't read this book yet I really encourage you to do so if you are interested in basketball.