Tim Lowry

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Tim Lowry
Born:(1905-08-04)August 4, 1905
Died:February 27, 1983(1983-02-27) (aged 77)
Evanston, Illinois
Career information
CollegeNorthwestern University
Career highlights and awards
AwardsChicago Tribune Silver Football, 1925

Timothy G. Lowry (August 4, 1905 – February 27, 1983) was an American football player and lawyer. He played center for the Northwestern University football team from 1923 to 1925. At the conclusion of the 1925 football season, he became the second person to receive the Chicago Tribune Silver Football trophy as the most valuable player in the Big Ten Conference. Red Grange was the first recipient of the trophy in 1924. After graduating from Northwestern, Lowry became a lawyer. He was also the secretary and treasurer of the Illinois Center Corporation at the time the Illinois Center. He was also an alderman in Evanston, Illinois. Lowry died in 1983 at age 77. He was survived by his wife, Virginia Lowry, a son and two daughters.[1]


  1. ^ "Tim Lowry, 77; NU football star, civic leader". Chicago Tribune. 1983-03-01.