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  • '30 Year DU Family Hockey Reunion, 1980

    Record ID: U300.05.0411.00039

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey 30 year reunion program featuring a history of hockey at DU, statistics, records, and a schedule on the upcoming 1980-1981 season.

  • '40 Years of D.U. Hockey' Copy 4

    Record ID: U302.01.0004.00031

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey history.

  • '40 Years of D.U. Hockey' Copy 5

    Record ID: U302.01.0004.00032

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey history.

  • 14th Annual NCAA Hockey Championships D.U. Arena, 1961 March 16-18

    Record ID: U300.05.0410.00010

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Program for the 14th annual NCAA Hockey Championships held at the University of Denver in the Field House Arena in Denver, Colorado from March 16-18, 1961. Program features team rosters, coaching staffs, statistics, and schedule.

  • 14th annual NCAA Ice Hockey Championships, D.U. arena, March 16, 17, 18, 1961, 1961 March 16-18

    Record ID: U300.05.0419.00003

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: NCAA Hockey Championships program from March 16-18, 1961 for games featuring Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute vs. St. Lawrence University and University of Minnesota vs. University of Denver. Program features rosters for all four teams, Chancellor Alter's greeting, greeting note from governor Steve McNichols, photographs of NCAA tournament officials, 1961 tournament committee, essay on the skating, essays on the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), NCAA Tournament Records, essay on the tournament, brief history of University of Denver, championship history, year-by-year records, NCAA tournaments, and welcome note from Mayor Dick Batterton.

  • 17th Annual NCAA Hockey Championships Official Banquet Players Coaches Officials Press, 1964 March 18

    Record ID: U300.05.0410.00012

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Banquet program for the 17th annual NCAA Hockey Championships held at the University of Denver in the Field House Arena in Denver, Colorado from March 19-21, 1964.

  • 17th Annual NCAA Hockey Championships, 1961 March 16-18

    Record ID: U300.05.0410.00011

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Program for the 17th annual NCAA Hockey Championships held at the University of Denver in the Field House Arena in Denver, Colorado from March 19-21, 1964. Program features team rosters, coaching staffs, statistics, and schedule.

  • 17th annual NCAA Ice Hockey Championships, University of Denver arena, March 19, 20, 21, 1964, 1964 March 19-21

    Record ID: U300.05.0419.00006

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: NCAA Hockey Championships program from March 19-21, 1964 for games featuring Providence College vs. University of Michigan and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute vs. University of Denver. Program features rosters for all four teams, Chancellor Alter's greeting, greeting note from governor John A. Love and Mayor Tom Currigan, photographs of NCAA tournament officials, 1964 tournament committee, essay on college hockey, N.C.A.A. championship history.

  • 1954-55 University of Denver Winter Sports Information, 1954-1955

    Record ID: U300.05.0028.00002

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: 1954-1955 University of Denver (DU) Pioneers winter sports information guide for press, radio, and television. Sports include ice hockey, men's basketball, men's skiing, and men's swimming. Contents of the guide include individual sport schedules, rosters, coaching staffs, records, and statistics.

  • 1957-1958 University of Denver Men's Ice Hockey Team, between 1957-1958

    Record ID: U300.06.0069.00067

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: 1957-1958 University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey team poses for a group portrait. Team would go on to become the 1958 NCAA National Champions. Front row (left to right): Alan Cook, Wayne Klinck, head coach Murray Armstrong, captain Ed Zemrau, and Rodney Schneck. Middle row: Murray MacDonald, Gordon Cresswell, Bruce Walker, Con Collie, and Dennis Slinn. Back row: Blair Livingstone, Barry Sharp, John Barnhill, Walt Dingwall, Murray Massier, Jim Brown, John Godfrey, and John MacMillan.