3 edition of history of Yale athletics, 1840-1888 found in the catalog.
history of Yale athletics, 1840-1888
Richard M. Hurd
1892 in New Haven .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||GV691.Y2 H9 1892|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||55045997|
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What Yale Athletes Have Done in Fifty Years. One of the most interesting books on athletics that has appeared for some time is the "History of Yale Athletics from ," by Richard M. Hurd.
This lively history of Yale traces the development of the college from its founding in by a small group of Puritan clergymen intent on preserving the purity 1840-1888 book the faith in Connecticut, to its survival in the eighteenth century as a center 1840-1888 book intellectual life, to its expansion in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as a major international university.5/5(2).
History of Yale. History of Yale – The Founders The history of Yale College and University begins in the mids when some Puritans broke away from the Massachusetts colony and formed their own Bible-based settlement in 1840-1888 book Hartford area of Connecticut.
By the turn of the eighteenth century, some of these Puritans history of Yale athletics in New Haven. The university traces its roots to the s, when colonial clergymen led an effort to establish a local college in the tradition of European liberal education. In the Connecticut legislature adopted a charter 1840-1888 book erect a Collegiate School.” The school officially became Yale College inwhen it was renamed in honor of Welsh merchant Elihu Yale, who had donated the.
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Chartered by Connecticut Colony, the "Collegiate School" was established in by clergy to educate Congregational names: Collegiate School (–), Yale. The Bulldogs were the dominant team in the early days of intercollegiate football, winning 27 college football national championships, including 26 in 38 years between and Walter Camp, known as the "Father of Football," graduated from Hopkins Grammar School inand played college football at Yale College from to He later served as the head football coach at Yale from Head coach: Tony Reno, 8th season, 47–33 ).
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The Athlete. Vol. 1., No Published Added August Full Book Summary. Men of Muscle (revised essay on James Morrison) Revised Added July Full Book Summary. A contemporary account of an meet between the classes of and is described in Richard Hurd’s “A History of Yale Athletics, ” This particular challenge was never met since by Yale faculty as well as the city of New Haven had banned the play of football.
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Earl G. Graves, Jr. (B.A. ), former NBA player, all-time leading scorer in Yale's men's basketball history (3rd Ivy) Howard (Howdy) Groskloss, was oldest living former Major League Baseball player, when he died aged in . The Yale Bulldogs football team represented Yale University in the college football its first season under head coach Walter Camp, the team compiled a 13–0 record, did not allow a single point, and outscored opponents by a total of to 0.
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Seasons: ( to ) Record (W-L-T): Conferences: Ivy, Ind Conf. Championships: 11 Ranked in AP Poll: 1 Time (Preseason), 4 Times (Final), 30 Weeks (Total) Location: New Haven, Connecticut NFL/AFL stats for Yale Bulldogs Missing: book.
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Hurd was born in New York City and attended St. Paul's School. He graduated from Yale University inwhere he was a member of Skull and Bones: 36–37 and an editor of The Yale Record.
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