Myles S. Friedman
A star football player at Syracuse University in the 1920s, Friedman was given the Syracuse Letterwinner of Distinction Award in 1972. The award is the most prestigious honor a former varsity student-athlete can receive (other winners include Joe Alexander, Marty Glickman, Harry Kallet, and Mort Starobin).
Birth and Death Dates:
b. March 12, 1905- d. January 1976
Friedman played three seasons at Syracuse and was named as New York Times All-America honorable mention in 1925-1926. During Friedman's career, the Orangemen compiled a three-year combined record of 24-4-2.
Friedman played center at Syracuse University from 1924-1926.
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