By Bob Heenan, Steve Anderson
<P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt" class=MsoNormal>Bobby the Brain unleashes the existence tale of Bobby Heenan, greater often called “The Brain” in wrestling circles. He tells all approximately his reviews with Hulk Hogan, Andre the enormous, Vince McMahon, and all of the different personalities that each wrestling fan understands like a relative. similar to his occupation, this tell-all has no holds barred.
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29 Less is known about W. W. Yates, who served on the Lincoln School faculty before his appointment as principal at the Wendell Phillips School late in the 1880s. Yates returned to the Lincoln School as principal in 1896, remaining in that position for the next fourteen years, until his death in 1910. He was an active voice within the early African American community. He would join forces with G. N. Grisham, James Crews, and others in the founding of the black YMCA. He likely was a member of a black men’s social club, the Attucks Club, and may have joined his friend Richard T.
She was born in Canada about 1860. Her father likely was an escaped slave from North Carolina who had used the Underground Railroad to escape across the border. Canada was a frequent destination for escaped slaves, who feared stopping in the North because of the possibility of their return to bondage under the Fugitive Slave Act. Jones’s mother was born in New Jersey. Where Jones was educated is unknown, and when she moved to Kansas 36. Ibid. 37. Ibid. Coulter bk, pg i-xii, 1-346 40 2/2/06 4:52 PM Page 40 “Take Up the Black Man’s Burden” City is unknown.
167. 41. Greenbaum, Afro-American Community, 59–61. Coulter bk, pg i-xii, 1-346 42 2/2/06 4:52 PM Page 42 “Take Up the Black Man’s Burden” and those who did not uphold their responsibility would be labeled a “traitor” to the race. ”42 Anna Jones also contributed to Voice of the Negro and possibly other publications. In 1905, she submitted an article to Voice of the Negro summing up the educational achievements of African American women in the United States. In the article, which ran in two parts, Jones pointed to Fannie Jackson-Coppin, to the educated women involved in the racial-uplift and charitable activities of the club movement, and to the female principals in several cities across the nation.