Louis Nathan Blair (1910–1996) was an American Major League Baseball infielder. He played for the Philadelphia Athletics during the 1942 season. In college, Blair was named to the All-Tournament Second Team in the very first SEC Men's Basketball Tournament in 1933. He was a forward for Louisiana State University which made it to the semi-finals in the tournament. Blair played on the 1935 team that won the American Legion Bowl in Atlantic City which the team claims the National Championship for. They beat the Pitt Panthers 41-37.

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  • Louis Nathan Blair (1910–1996) was an American Major League Baseball infielder. He played for the Philadelphia Athletics during the 1942 season. In college, Blair was named to the All-Tournament Second Team in the very first SEC Men's Basketball Tournament in 1933. He was a forward for Louisiana State University which made it to the semi-finals in the tournament. Blair played on the 1935 team that won the American Legion Bowl in Atlantic City which the team claims the National Championship for. They beat the Pitt Panthers 41-37. (en)
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  • Louis Nathan Blair (1910–1996) was an American Major League Baseball infielder. He played for the Philadelphia Athletics during the 1942 season. In college, Blair was named to the All-Tournament Second Team in the very first SEC Men's Basketball Tournament in 1933. He was a forward for Louisiana State University which made it to the semi-finals in the tournament. Blair played on the 1935 team that won the American Legion Bowl in Atlantic City which the team claims the National Championship for. They beat the Pitt Panthers 41-37. (en)
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