U.S. Andersen

U. S. Andersen (1917–1986) was an American football player and self-help author best known for his books Three Magic Words and The Magic in Your Mind. Born in Portland, Oregon, Andersen attended Stanford University, captained its 1939 football team, and was also one of the nation’s top competitors in shot put. He played in the NFL and later became a successful businessman. A student of Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health and Ernest Holmes’s The Science of Mind, he became a teacher and writer himself.
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