* W.D. Murray  1966

Football player and coach at Duke. As tailback, rushed for over 1,000 yards in 1930. All-SC and team MVP that year. Principal and coach at Methodist Children’s Home, Winston-Salem, 1931–1940. Head coach, University of Delaware, 1940–1950. Record 49-16-2. Athletic director, 1940–1945. Returned to Duke in 1951, replacing legendary Wallace Wade. Coached through 1965 season. Record 93-51-9. Teams won SC championship, 1952, and ACC titles, 1954, 1960–1962. ACC cochampion, 1953, 1955. SC Coach of the Year, 1952. ACC Coach of the Year, 1954, 1960, 1962. His Duke teams ranked in final AP top-twenty eight times. Played in three bowl games. Executive director American Football Coaches Association, 1965–1982. Member of National Football Foundation Hall of Fame and Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame. In 1972 awarded Amos Alonzo Stagg Award by American Football Coaches Association for lifetime contributions. Born 1908, Rocky Mount. Died 1986.