Cochran Receives Crocker Prize; White Selected as 'Unsung Hero'

Senior end Bob Cochran of Natick, Mass. and Adams House became the second recipient of the Crocker Award for "perseverance and selflessness" on the football field by a vote of his teammates. The annual award in memory of Frederick G. Crocker '34 was given for the first time last year.

Cochran earned a varsity letter his sophomore year as an offensive end, but missed all of last season except four minutes of the Yale game because of a twice-broken leg. He played four years of school football, three at Natiek High and one at Cheshire Academy.

Wingback Frank White, who threw the game-winning pass to Cochran Saturday, was named one of the week's "Unsung Heroes" by the Eastern College Athletic Association for his performance against Yale.