Ralph Gilden Address, Announcement of the George Marshall Scholarship, 1967
Ralph Gilden served in virtually every position at Eastern Michigan University in his 40 years at EMU. From organizing a parent’s organization, to faculty member, to administrator and even interim president when Harold Sponberg resigned in 1974, Gilden was a loyal servant to the university and the faculty and students who constituted it. In this audio recording, Gilden pays tribute to George Marshall by announcing the launch of a new scholarship in the former track coach’s name.
George Marshall, athletic scholarship, William Tipton, track and field
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Gilden, Ralph, "Ralph Gilden Address, Announcement of the George Marshall Scholarship, 1967" (1967). Speeches. 40.