Jeremiah, Edward, 1905-1967
- Existence: 1905 - 1967
Edward Jeremiah was born on November 4, 1905, in Worcester, MA. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1930. Jeremiah entered the professional hockey ranks as a member of the New Haven hockey team of the Canadian-American League. He played until 1935, when he became the coach of the Boston Olympics hockey team and guided them to the National Amateur Athletic Union Championship in 1936. He became varsity hockey coach at Dartmouth College a year later and held that position until his retirement in 1967. Dartmouth hockey flourished under Jeremiah. As Dartmouth's head coach, Jeremiah directed his teams to 308 victories, 247 losses and 12 ties. Jeremiah died on June 7, 1967.
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Overview Edward Jeremiah (1905-1967), Dartmouth College hockey coach. Dartmouth College Class of 1930. The collecion consists of the typescript "The Secret of Dartmouth' Passing Attack" written by Jeremiah as well as a Hockey Play Book, newsletter, scrapbooks, articles, clippings, flyers, photographs and testimonials on the occasion of his retirement.