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Football

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Wayne Chenoweth Scrapbook, 1911-1987

 Collection
Identifier: L 378 V-C518- 1913-1975
Overview This scrapbook of Albert W. Chenoweth, Lehigh Class of 1917, contains material documenting his high school and Lehigh athletic career, and his professional career at the Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Anyone interested in Lehigh football history will enjoy perusing this collection which contains many interesting articles about Lehigh football greats.

George Evans and Tom McGeoy. “Demise of a College Football Classic”. Interviews with John Breidinger, Brian Greorek, Joe Sterrett, Mark Fetterman

 File — Box 0112, Box: 03, Folder: 06
Identifier: 0112.03.06
Scope and Contents 6. Evans, George and Tom McGeoy. “Demise of a College Football Classic” Agreements (Yes) John Breidinger (11/28/03) Brian Greorek (11/28/03) Joe Sterrett (11/12/03) Mark Fetterman (11/20/03) 4 VHS tapes

James Niemeyer Collection of Lehigh University Related Documents and Memorabilia

 Collection
Identifier: SC MS 0221
Overview James Niemeyer Lehigh Class of 1943 Executive Director of Lehigh Alumni Association Fan and supporter of Lehigh Athletic teams

Oscar Guerrero and Lawrence Williams. “National Championship Season”. Interviews with Thomas Stoke, David Rarig, Greg Clark, Michael Rieher.

 File — Box 0112, Box: 07, Folder: 14
Identifier: 0112.07.14
Scope and Contents Guerrero, Oscar and Lawrence Williams. “National Championship Season” Agreements (Yes) Thomas Stoke 11/20/03 David Rarig 11/10/03 Greg Clark 11/24/03 Michael Rieher 11/20/03

Sports History at Lehigh University Collected by H.R. (Bosey) Reiter in 1941

 Collection
Identifier: SC MS 0015
Overview A collection of letters written in 1941 to Professor H.R. (Bosey) Reiter in response to his request to alumni for reminiscences of their undergraduate experiences in athletics. The material was to be used in a publication for the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the University, but there is no record that this was ever done. Responses came from graduates from the 1880s through the 1930s, including a few who also sent photographs.