The Invisible Man

Bamberger, Michael
December 2000
Sports Illustrated;12/11/2000, Vol. 93 Issue 24, p64
Focuses on Larry Kelley, a former football player at Yale University, who died on June 27, 2000 from a self-inflicted gunshot. Biographical information, including how he won the Heisman Memorial Trophy in 1936, presented annually to the top college football player in the nation; How Kelley presented himself with confidence, which allowed him to hide his depression; Questions of his widow, Ruth, who never foresaw her husband's suicide.


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