Calling his play

Rogers, Patrick; Harmes, Joseph
March 1997
People;3/24/97, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p141
Highlights football hero J. C. Watts as a Congressman for Oklahoma. Watts regarded to as a man with a mission; Comments from Watt's and his wife, Frankie; Watts' conservative positions; Background on Watts.


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