The Dartmouth has a story about David Shula returning to Hanover as wide receivers coach HERE.
The Valley News writes HERE about the late Ernie Gour, a member of the Dartmouth equipment room staff who was a familiar presence on the football sidelines until he got sick. Said football coach Buddy Teevens of Gour, who died in December:
“He was the nicest guy, never got excited or depressed. He was a level person and a good man.”
|Among the awards handed out were game balls for each win.|
Award winners at the annual Dartmouth football banquet yesterday:
Earl Hamilton Freshman Award – Presented to the member of the freshman team who has been selected by the coaching staff as the player who has made the most outstanding contribution to the team.
Jake Crouthamel Award – Presented to the member of the varsity offense who is an
underclassman and who, by the vote of the coaching staff, has made the most significant contribution to the success of the team.
Kenneth T. Young Award – Presented to the member of the varsity defense who is an underclassman who, by vote of the coaching staff, has made the most significant contribution to the success of the team.
Doten Award – Presented to a member of the sophomore class who has made a significant contribution to the success of the team.
Offensive Scout Award – Derek Kyler
Defensive Scout Award – Caleb Martin
Special Teams Award – Emory Thompson
John M. Manley '40 Award – Presented to the member of the football team who has demonstrated the most improvement through his efforts in the weight room.
12th Man Award – Presented to the member of the football team who has demonstrated hard work and dedication regardless of playing time.
Lester R. Godwin Award – Presented to the senior team member who, through extraordinary perseverance, has risen above personal disadvantage to contribute measurably to the team. The award is a wristwatch, suitably inscribed.
The Hewitt Award – Presented to the player who best epitomizes athletic performance with academic achievement.
Gordon P. Bennett Award – Presented to the member of the team who has been selected by the coaching staff as the outstanding offensive or defensive lineman and who exemplified the high degree of performance, sportsmanship and character exhibited by Gordon P. Bennett '37.
Frank Hershey Award – Presented to the senior player who possesses a genuine zest for life, has maintained a strong, positive attitude and has displayed a sincere desire to win, which were the qualities of the late Coach Hershey.
The Coach Bob Blackman Trophy – Presented to the member of the varsity team selected by the football coaching staff who has contributed most to the success of the team.
Stubby Pearson Award – Presented to an underclassmen on the team whose character, leadership on campus, high academic standing and performance on the playing field most resembles that of Charles (Stubby) Pearson '42, captain of the 1941 football team who died while serving in the U.S. Navy in World War II. He also was captain of basketball and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and valedictorian of his class.
Manners Makyth Man Award – Presented to the member of the team who, in the judgment of his teammates, has best conducted himself to the advantage of the college and displayed good manners in the sense of William Wickham's phrase, "Manners Makyth Man.”
Reggie Williams Award – Presented to the member of the football program who through leadership in action and word has made Dartmouth a better place.
|The morning started with a buffet breakfast.|
|New receivers coach David Shula presented the Frank Hershey Award.|
|Even Ryder Stone was touched by Curt Oberg's heartfelt presentation of the Earl Hamilton Award.|
|At the end of the banquet the seniors gathered up front to sing the Alma Mater.|