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Nile Kinnick - Death
... On June 2, 1943, Kinnick was on a routine training flight from the aircraft carrier USS Lexington (CV-16), which was off the coast of Venezuela in the Gulf of Paria ... Kinnick had been flying for over an hour when his F4F Wildcat developed an oil leak so serious that he could neither reach land nor the Lexington, whose flight deck was in any case ... Kinnick followed standard military procedure and executed an emergency landing in the water, but died in the process ...
Nile Kinnick
... Nile Clarke Kinnick, Jr ... Kinnick was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951, and the University of Iowa renamed its football stadium Kinnick Stadium in his honor in 1972 ...
Nile C. Kinnick High School - History
... Kinnick High School was first established in the Yamate district during the occupation following World War II ... Currently, Kinnick High School is located by the Main Street Food Court, the Purdy Gym, the Bowling Alley, and the Navy Exchange store on Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan ... Kinnick High School offers its students a wide variety of programs and areas of study, including culinary arts, drama, music, and AP courses ...
1986 Iowa Hawkeyes Football Team - Season - Schedule
... Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance September 13 Iowa State* Kinnick Stadium • Iowa City, IA (Cy-Hawk Trophy) TBS W 43-7 67,700 September 20 Northern Illinois* Kinnick ...
History Of Iowa Hawkeyes Football - 1939 – The Year of The Ironmen
... Main article 1939 Iowa Hawkeyes football team See also Nile Kinnick Iowa football was clearly struggling as 1939 began, and the entire athletic department was in poor financial shape ... Much of the sentimentality surrounding that team is due to Nile Kinnick ... Kinnick was an all-Big Ten selection as a sophomore, when he led the nation in punting average, but he struggled through an injury-riddled junior season ...