Harold Leroy Enarson
Harold Leroy Enarson (born May 24, 1919 in Villisca, Iowa died July 31, 2006 in Washington) was the 9th President of The Ohio State University . Prior to joining Ohio State, he served as the first President of Cleveland State University, from 1966 to 1972.
After leaving the university, Enarson commented that he would be remembered most for his firing of popular Ohio State Buckeyes football coach Woody Hayes after Hayes punched an opposing player in the throat, though events such as Archie Griffin's two Heisman Trophies or graduate Paul Flory's Nobel Prize were highpoints. Ohio State President Karen Holbrook said of Enarson, "Today, Ohio State’s programs are stronger and its reputation more eminent, thanks to Harold Enarson."
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Further reading 
- Past Presidents of the Ohio State University
- Colliflower, Cassandra (2005-07-14). "Program 60 offers seniors free classes". The Lantern.
- Geselbracht, Ray (1996-08-05). "Oral History Interview with Harold L. Enarson". Truman Library. Retrieved 2006-08-01.
- "James F. Zimmerman Award". University of New Mexico Alumni Association. 2006-01-05. Archived from the original on 2006-11-23. Retrieved 2006-08-01.
- Powers, Scott (1997-06-27). "OSU a thrilling challenge, say ex-presidents". Columbus Dispatch. p. 6D.
- Studer, William; Cooper, Donald. "Interview with Dr. Harold Enarson". OSU Oral History Project. Ohio State University Archives. Retrieved 2006-08-01.
- "CSU Through the Years". The Plain Dealer. 2005-02-27. p. 10 (Sunday magazine).
- Carmen, Barbara (2006-08-01). "Harold Enarson; Former Ohio State president right fit in ‘time of change’; Leader from 1972-81 died on Friday in Washington state". Columbus Dispatch. p. 5D. Retrieved 2006-08-01.