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.