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Sports Injuries

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Title Date Summary
1 Should I stay or should I go? The Zion edition
Potter--Jacob (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 115:39, p.06
2/28/2019 Potter discusses a basketball game between Duke and North Carolina, player Zion Williamson, and decisions whether to sit out of games to avoid injury.
2 Athletes suffer from CTE
Wauters--Joel (Class of 2018)
Northern Iowan 114:20, p.01
11/2/2017 Writer Joel Wauters talks with UNI head athletic trainer, Don Bishop, about the development of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) in athletes. CTE is caused by repetitive head trauma in sports; photo.
3 No helmets may make football safer
Alvarado--Nicholas Evan (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:12, p.7
10/8/2013 The author considers banning helmets as a solution to the large number of concussions and brain injuries resulting from football. He explains that although a helmet is great protection, it is also used as a weapon on the field.
4 Goebbel ends UNI career
Enderton--Shaun J.
Northern Iowan 95:8, p.16
9/25/1998 Senior quarterback Todd Goebbel ended his football career at UNI after suffering a concussion September 12; photo.
5 Panthers, Cowboys brawl; baseball game called in fifth
Redemske--Bryan (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 94:42, p.13
3/6/1998 Coach Dave Schrage was injured in a brawl during the Oklahoma State-UNI game Wednesday; photo.
6 Common sense, listening to body important in avoiding sports injuries
Public Relations News Release 1996:242, p.1
2/3/1997 Tips offered to athletes to help prevent injuries during practice.
7 Durflinger 'just gets the job done'
Fanto--Morrie J. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 91:27, p.4
11/29/1994 Profile of Scott Durflinger; photo.
8 Joiner regroups, readies for track
Grete--Brian G. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 91:19, p.15
10/28/1994 Cross country runner Jeff Joiner attempts to recover from injury; photo.
9 Hutchison has operation for baseball injury
College Eye 29:42, p.4
7/29/1938 TC alumnus George Hutchison was injured while playing minor league baseball.
10 Coach John Baker is concerned with the number of injured football players
Public Relations News Release 1934:662, p.1
11/4/1934 A few previously injured players will be back this week, but many were injured in Saturday's game.
11 Panthers receive their first loss
Public Relations News Release 1934:645, p.1
10/21/1934 Three men were put into the hospital as soon as they returned from Kalamazoo.
12 The State Teachers grid camp
Public Relations News Release 1932:75, p.1
10/25/1932 Injuries weaken football team.
13 The injury jinx
Public Relations News Release 1932:51, p.1
10/17/1932 Sports injuries change football team's starting line up.
14 The old jinx of injuries
Public Relations News Release 1932:24, p.1
10/5/1932 Two players' injuries are mild enough to allow them to play in the Cornell game.
15 Coach "Munn" Whitford
Public Relations News Release 1931:92, p.1
10/31/1931 Football team plays Simpson this weekend; team riddled with injuries.
16 With one regular backfield man
Public Relations News Release 1931:88, p.1
10/29/1931 Coach Whitford's team plagued with numerous injuries and may be cause for concern.
17 With a gameless weekend
Public Relations News Release 1931:63, p.1
10/21/1931 Football team prepares for game against Luther; some players are injured.
18 Coach L. W. Whitford will send a badly crippled
Public Relations News Release 1931:30, p.1
10/1/1931 Panthers play Grinnell this weekend; some of the players are unable to play due to injuries.
19 Robert Burley, Harris, regular blocking halfback
Public Relations News Release 1931:27, p.1
9/27/1931 Injures left knee during practice.
20 With catcher Ray Schrody, Cedar Falls, out of the lineup
Public Relations News Release 1930:433, p.1
5/27/1931 Team will try to win last game of the season despite Ray Schrody's injury.
21 Raymond Schrody, of this city
Public Relations News Release 1930:94, p.1
11/20/1930 Due to an infected shoulder, Ray Schrody will be unable to play for the remainder of the season.
22 Iowa Teachers meet Simpson
Public Relations News Release 1930:62, p.1
10/31/1930 Football team prepare for game against Simpson College.
23 A determined Tutor varsity squad
Public Relations News Release 1930:53, p.1
10/23/1930 Football team prepares for match against Penn.
24 Iowa State Teachers, with a squad roll again replete with injuries
Public Relations News Release 1930:35, p.1
10/18/1930 Two key players injured during the last week's game against Coe College.
25 Injuries continue to ride hard on the heels of Coach Munn Whitford's grid squad
Public Relations News Release 1930:28, p.1
10/1/1930 The football team sits out key players due to injuries.
26 Iowa State Teachers complete their heaviest week of grid drill
Public Relations News Release 1930:15, p.1
9/20/1930 Football team scrimmages once again; potential line-up given. Several player will not scrimmage because of injuries.
27 Tutor varsity and freshman gridders
Public Relations News Release 1930:12, p.1
9/18/1930 Freshman and varsity football teams scrimmage tonight; injured varsity players will not play.
28 Iowa State Teacher College tracksters approach
Public Relations News Release 1929:411, p.1
4/11/1930 Injuries to three team members will keep them off the field.
29 Parsons football man expresses thanks
College Eye 19:14, p.5
12/7/1927 Football player thanks I. S. T. C. students and college authorities for care and visits while in the College Hospital.
30 Webber injured in practice tilt
College Eye 18:37, p.6
4/6/1927 Donald Webber injured his knee at the first practice game of the season. The team will have to shift its lineup to make up for the loss of Webber.
31 Miss Dorothy Humiston
College Eye 18:13, p.3
10/6/1926 Sprained her ankle during her physical education class.
32 Bertram Woodcock, star relay man, sick; strained his heart in Simpson-Tutor dual meet
College Eye 16:36, p.1
5/27/1925 Bertram Woodcock now has weak heart due to overexertion in track contest; will be moved to his home in Deep River as soon as his condition allows.
33 Lester Meyer
College Eye 16:18, p.8
1/21/1925 Sprained arm in basketball practice.
34 The jinx invades Tutor gridiron; Harshbarger out for rest of season
College Eye 16:7, p.6
10/17/1924 John Harshbarger out due to injury sustained to left shoulder.
35 Eugene Ferguson who was hurt
College Eye 10:6, p.2
11/20/1918 Eugene Ferguson recovering from football game injury.
36 Miss Elsie Kane
College Eye 9:5, p.8
10/17/1917 Injured her foot and is home resting.
37 William Boyer
College Eye 9:5, p.8
10/17/1917 Broke his knee.
38 Peter Jorgenson
College Eye 9:3, p.8
10/3/1917 Fractured his collar bone.
39 Walter Sholtz
College Eye 8:17, p.7
2/7/1917 Missed school due to an injury.
40 T. C. H. S. obliged to cancel games; several men out on account of injuries
College Eye 8:10, p.5
11/22/1916 Due to injuries, the T. C. High football cannot field a team of eleven men and must, consequently, cancel the remaining games on the schedule.
41 Miss Emily Pipal
College Eye 8:5, p.8
10/18/1916 Was injured playing soccer.
42 Mr. Lynne Fortsch
College Eye 7:10, p.7
11/24/1915 Broke his thumb while playing football.
43 At present
College Eye 7:7, p.8
11/3/1915 Wendell Strike received a season ending injury to his collarbone.
44 Mr. Peterson
College Eye 4:19, p.6
2/11/1915 Broke his wrist.
45 Mr. Peterson
College Eye 4:18, p.7
2/4/1915 Broke his wrist in the Gymnasium.
46 The president of the freshman class
College Eye 4:15, p.7
1/14/1915 Was injured doing gymnastics.
47 Marie Simpson
College Eye 4:13, p.6
12/17/1914 Broke her arm.
48 Charles McKinstry
College Eye 4:6, p.8
10/15/1914 Fractured a bone in his wrist during the Training School versus high school game.
49 Helen Hagan
College Eye 2:29, p.6
5/1/1913 Injured foot in Gymnasium.
50 Football fatalities and injuries
College Eye 2:14, p.2
12/19/1912 Rules changes have reduced the number of deaths, but there are still many serious injuries around the country.


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