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Berg Trophy

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1 New award to be given
Alumnus 18:1, p.20
1/1/1934 Berg Trophies discontinued; new award will be made on basis of value to team and for "exceptional attainment".
2 Athletic Board announces new trophy award
College Eye 25:25, p.1
12/21/1933 Feel need for award after discontinuation of Berg Trophy; will be made on basis of value to team or "exceptional attainment".
3 Athletes awarded honors at special program
Alumnus 17:3, p.19
7/1/1933 Honored at all-student assembly; Roger Willert wins Berg Trophy; winners of other MVP awards noted; roster of letter winners; photo.
4 Trophy winners are announced; Gooden, Willert, Hulin and Johnson receive awards
College Eye 25:1, p.1
6/5/1933 Berg Trophy winners announced.
5 Letter and award presentation
Public Relations News Release 1932:316, p.1
5/15/1933 The varsity and freshman basketball and wrestling teams, last falls freshman football team, freshman baseball, and numeral winners from track and tennis were honored in a special all-student assembly.
6 Three-sport star gets Berg Trophy
College Eye 24:24, p.4
3/17/1933 Willert is voted the most valuable man on the 1933 Panther basketball team.
7 Art Olsen, is one of the Panther cagers at the Iowa Conference game
Public Relations News Release 1932:222, p.1
1/27/1933 Art Olsen, veteran guard, will appear in an Iowa conference game against Parsons on January 27.
8 Gooden chosen as most valuable
Alumnus 17:1, p.20
1/1/1933 Donald Ray Good makes all-state and all-conference teams; selected MVP for football at ISTC; wins Berg Trophy.
9 Gooden makes All-State team; veteran tackle also chosen for award of Berg Trophy
College Eye 24:13, p.4
12/9/1932 There were only six Iowa colleges represented on the team. Gooden is a right tackle of the mythical all-state college first eleven selected by the Des Moines Register; photo.
10 Donald Gooden, Bedford
Public Relations News Release 1932:131, p.1
11/30/1932 Received Berg Trophy.
11 Berg trophy is to be presented; award made each year to most valuable player on panther squad
College Eye 24:12, p.1
11/28/1932 Award will be given at the football banquet hosted by the president and his wife at their home.
12 Out for full
College Eye 24:2, p.5
9/16/1932 Art Olsen is considered one of the best passers on the football team. He also played basketball where he won the Berg trophy as the most valuable member on the team; photo.
13 Trackmen win fifth conference victory
Alumnus 16:3, p.20
7/1/1932 1932 season wrap-up; Paul Grier is Berg Trophy winner; roster of letter winners; team photo.
14 Schrody, Grier are winners Berg trophies; baseball catcher and broad jump champion chosen as best men
College Eye 23:44, p.4
6/1/1932 Raymond Schrody and Paul Grier received most valuable player honors and the Berg trophies for baseball and track, respectively.
15 Athletic Board picks Art Olsen for Berg award; trophy is awarded for most valuable service during basketball season
College Eye 23:36, p.4
4/1/1932 Junior guard Arthur Olsen was awarded the Berg Trophy for his performance on the 1931-32 basketball team.
16 Burl Berry is most valuable; Berg Trophy presented to veteran center at banquet
College Eye 23:24, p.4
12/11/1931 Burl Berry received honors for most valuable player on the 1931 football team; brief profile included.
17 Burl V. Berry, Wellman
Public Relations News Release 1931:130, p.1
12/1/1931 Awarded football team's Most Valuable Player at President's Banquet; brief profile included.
18 Berg Trophies awarded to Heintz and Stapley as most valuable men; Heintz also voted the best all-around athlete and scholar
College Eye 23:1, p.3
6/6/1931 Wayne Heintz and Keith Stapley receive MVP awards for baseball and track, respectively.
19 Baseball lettermen
Old Gold 0:0, p.161
6/1/1931 Letter winners and Berg trophy winners; photos.
20 Haberichter awarded Berg Basketball Trophy
College Eye 22:25, p.4
4/3/1931 Lloyd Haberichter earns most valuable player honors for the 1930-1931 basketball season.
21 Lloyd Haberichter, La Porte City
Public Relations News Release 1930:301, p.1
4/1/1931 Receives Berg Basketball Trophy.
22 Cooper named most valuable player
Alumnus 15:1, p.24
1/1/1931 Stewart Cooper named football MVP for 1930.
23 Alumni see Berg trophies on display
College Eye 22:5, p.8
10/10/1930 Now in second year; will be awarded to men and women athletes.
24 Athletic honors go to woman student
Alumnus 14:3, p.22
7/1/1930 Catherine Grisier honored as most representative female athlete by women's physical education faculty; receives Berg Trophy.
25 Berg Trophy for women athlete won by Grisier
College Eye 21:35, p.1
6/4/1930 Catherine Grisier honored; roster of other outstanding women athletes.
26 High honors went to Catherine Grisier, Jefferson
Public Relations News Release 1929:535, p.1
5/31/1930 Grisier is the first woman to recieve Berg Trophy; other women athletes highlighted.
27 Fritzel wins trophy
College Eye 21:25, p.4
3/28/1930 Melvin Fritzel wins Berg Trophy.
28 Woman who leads in campus sports to receive trophy
College Eye 21:25, p.1
3/28/1930 Criteria for winning the Berg Trophy for women.
29 Berg Trophy awards are made in chapel Wednesday
College Eye 21:8, p.4
10/31/1929 Shorty Weyant and Red Luke honored; photo.
30 Varied program features assembly
College Eye 21:8, p.1
10/31/1929 Students listen to music; Berg Trophy presented.

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