Dennis Remmert Papers, 1947-1987
Title: Dennis Remmert Papers, 1947-1987
Record Series: 18/01/02/01
Creator: Remmert, Dennis
Extent: 1 box (0.21 linear feet)
Repository: Special Collections & University Archives at Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
Language: Materials entirely in English.
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Dennis “Denny” Remmert was a faculty and coaching faculty member at the State College of Iowa (later renamed UNI), and held several positions during his tenure including scouting coordinator, freshman football coach, defensive coordinator, and assistant head coach between the years of 1964 and 1988. Remmert attended the Iowa State Teachers College (ISTC) where he played for the ISTC Basketball team during the 1956 and 1957 seasons, and played for the football team as a defensive tackle between 1957 and 1959. Remmert graduated from the ISTC in 1959, and he played as a linebacker for the Buffalo Bills in 1960 before returning to the ISTC (since renamed to State College of Iowa) to coach.
Scope and Content
This collection contains print booklets and programs relating to football at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), State College of Iowa (SCI), and Iowa State Teachers College (ISTC) in Cedar Falls, Iowa, from 1940 to 1987. These materials belonged to former professor, scouting coordinator, freshman football coach, defensive coordinator, and assistant head coach of the State College of Iowa and University of Northern Iowa, Dennis Remmert. He collected some of these materials himself and others which were given to him by former athletes and community members. Materials include season guides, game programs, and promotional literature primarily originally published by the athletics department and other athletics organizations for fans and game attendees, plus one item documenting their coaching methods and faculty and one item documenting the planned construction of the UNI Dome.
Folder 1 - 1940s
Panther Dope Book for Press and Radio Fall 1947 - Iowa State Teachers College Bureau of Publications, booklet
The Coaching of Champions - Iowa State Teachers College, approx. 1948, booklet
A Tribute to the Champions, 1948, booklet
A Tribute to the Champions - Iowa State Teachers College, North Central Conference Football Champs Seven Consecutive Times;1st College in Nation to Win 7 Consecutive Football Titles - A New National Collegiate Record- Don Scannell, Sports Information Editor, 1949, booklet
Athletics and Physical Education,1948 & 1949 - Iowa State Teachers College, booklet
Folder 2 - 1950s
The Prowl - I.S.T.C. vs. N.D. State Official Program - September 27, 1958
The Prowl - Iowa Teachers vs. Augustana Official Program (Dad’s Day) - October 12, 1957
Folder 3 - 1960s
The Prowl - Homecoming S.C.I. vs. Morningside Official Program (Homecoming) - October 20, 1962
Pecan Bowl, State College of Iowa vs. Lamar Tech, NCAA Midwest Football Championship - Abilene Texas, December 12, 1964, spiral bound booklet
Pecan Bowl, Lamar Tech (Lamar State College of Technology), Southland Conference Champion: 1964, Beaumont, Texas - December 12, 1964, booklet
NCAA Pecan Bowl - Lamar State College vs. State College of Iowa - December 12, 1964, souvenir program
Folder 4 - 1970s
The Prowl - Northern Iowa vs. North Dakota State Official Program (Dad’s Day) - October 24, 1970
UNI DOME University of Northern Iowa - approx. 1974-1976, booklet
Folder 5 - 1980s
Northern Iowa vs. Eastern Washington - NCAA 1-AA Quarterfinals - Dec. 7, 1985, program
Northern Iowa vs. Georgia Southern - NCAA 1-AA Semifinals - Dec. 14, 1985, program
Northern Iowa vs. Youngstown State - NCAA 1-AA Championships - November 28, 1987, program
Northern Iowa vs. Arkansas State - NCAA 1-AA Championships - December 5, 1987, program
Indian Illustrated - Northeast Hosts Northern Iowa for a Berth in the Diamond Bowl - December 12, 1987, magazine
Processed by Keegan Little, February 2018. Updated by Jaycie Vos, February 2018. Updated by Library Associate Dave Hoing, April 2018.