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Mike the Tiger: The Roar of Lsu

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Mike the tiger has symbolized the spirit and resolve of Louisiana State University since the 1930s. Fiercely confident, competitive and clever, he reigns nobly from his home outside Tiger Stadium. Combining photographs and anecdotes, this is a history of the five Mikes reigning from 1936 to 2003.
Paperback, 121 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Louisiana State University Press
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Lucy
Mike the Tiger is the only live tiger living on a university campus as its mascot. Currently we have Mike VI.
The book covers the history of LSU tigers from the Civil War company known as the Tiger Rifles to LSU football to having a live tiger.
Much of the coverage is the living conditions of the various Mikes and when and how they came to LSU. The tiger enclosures have ranged from the early cage to the modern habitat with pool & grass & trees. Also pictured are many of the student keepers
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