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Bob Brodrick

Inducted in 1967 as an Athlete

Institution: Loyola

Graduated in 1943

DR. BOB BRODRICK's football career at Loyola extended from playing as a bantam in 1935 high school competition to coaching in 1942. His hockey record, also starting in 1935, went through high school and college to the 1939-1940 Dominion title team, with the junior and senior Royals, several McGill and service teams, the Lachine Rapides and concluded as playing coach of the Streatham team in the English National League, 1949-50. He authored a book, "Ice Hockey", which was used for hockey entries in the Encyclopedia Brittanica. First winner of the Loyola Sportsmanship Trophy in 1942 he filled all executive roles in the Loyola College Athletic Association and later served two terms as president of the Loyola Alumni Association.