PRIZED NAMES WHO HAD VISION!
Notables who had vision; Nobel, Pulitzer, Heisman, Perry, Davis. Have you ever wondered why do they have trophies named after them.
Alfred Nobel, born in Stockholm, Sweden, 1833. His father was an engineer and inventor, so it's not surprising that young Alfred had an equally curious mind.
Joseph Pulitzer, in the late 1800s, Joseph was something of a maverick when it came to newspaper publishing.
John Heisman, in his first year as a football coach at Ohio's Oberlin College, he led the school's brand new team to seven consecutive victories.
Mary Antoinette Perry, a highly respected and successful producer/director on Broadway. Tony Awards were given to the finest in 1947, named after one of theatres's most influential women.
Dwight Davis, avid Tennis Player, his "little pot" is known as the Davis Cup.
Nobel's first love was...etc
Pulitzer's will established a fund for...etc.
Heisman coined the use of the word...etc.
Perry made her stage debut at age...etc.
Davis became Secretary of War under...etc.
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