"Michigan Local Politicians has a total of 22 pages which are papers from writer 'Books Group Staff, Books, LLC, Books Group'. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 47. Chapters: County officials in Michigan, Mayors of places in Michigan, Michigan city councillors, Bradbury Robinson, Debbie Stabenow, Orville L. Hubbard, Fred Green, George Mans, List of city council members of Saginaw, Michigan, Antoine Ephrem Cartier, Burr Caswell, Mark Grebner, Lyman Frimodig, L. Brooks Patterson, Warren Antoine Cartier, Mark Hackel, Fred Janke, Rudolph G. Tenerowicz, Michael Sessions, George Anthony Dondero, Darryl Buchanan, Brenda L. Lawrence, Craig DeRoche, John Espinoza, Terri Lynn Land, Henry Howard, Mark Meadows, George W. Webber, Patricia A. Lockwood, Shelley Taub, Henry McMorran, Lawrence Kestenbaum, Andrew Coulouris, Charles E. Townsend, Eric Jackson, Stephen Mack, Ruth Johnson, R. James Harvey, Philo D. Beckwith, Robert J. Huber, Robert A. Ficano, Gerald D. Jernigan, Tim Burns, Augustus C. Baldwin, Aldo Vagnozzi, Matt Pryor, Connie Saltonstall, Carey Torrice, John W. Stone, Archibald B. Darragh, Terry Bankert, H. Tom?'s Padilla, Craig Covey, John Munroe Longyear, Faz Husain, Norma Wurmlinger, Alfred P. Swineford, Carmella Sabaugh, Edwin N. Hubbell, Richard J. Notte, Foss O. Eldred, Kathy Kozachenko, Norm Shinkle, Arthur J. Tuttle, Edward H. McNamara, Mark Ouimet, Chauncey Davis, James Damman. Excerpt: Bradbury Norton Robinson, Jr. (February 1, 1884 in Bellevue, Ohio - March 7, 1949 in Pinellas County, Florida) was a college football player for St. Louis University who threw the first legal forward pass in American football history and was the sport's first triple threat. St. Louis Post-Dispatch photograph of Brad Robinson throwing a forward pass, November 28, 1906, from an article previewing the game with Iowa the next afternoon On September 5, 1906, Robinson threw the first pass in a game against Carroll College at Waukesha. Jack Schneider was the receiver for the Blue & White (St. Louis would not... 2010-10 time of publication of the book, [-Books LLC, Wiki Series-]"