Jack Brickhouse: A Voice for All Seasons

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Contemporary Books, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 226 pages
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For decades, Jack Brickhouse's unbridled "gee whiz" enthusiasm, combined with an old-fashioned work ethic and an unstoppable personality, has made him one of the most beloved figures in Chicago sports. Now, to coincide with Brickhouse's 80th birthday, Petterchak has written an authorized biography that spans the renowned broadcaster's 60-year career, from his humble beginnings to his 40-year reign as the voice of the Chicago Cubs. of photos.

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JANICE A. PETTERCHAK is director of the Illinois State Historical Library, a division of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.

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