Perelman School of Medicine at the.
Manier was a prominent fullback on coach Dan McGugin"s Vanderbilt Commodores football team from 1904 to 1906, joining the team in McGugin"s first year as head coach. 1906
Manier scored five touchdowns against Alabama in a 78-0 victory and again ran for five touchdowns over Georgia Technical (37-6) in Atlanta. Atlanta Constitution sportswriter Alex Lynn wrote after the Georgia Technical game, Manier was "the greatest fullback and all round man ever seen in Atlanta." Manier played in the days before two platoons and so also played on defense.
This makes Manier the first Southern player to make any of Camp"s teams.
He received a Bachelor of Arts from Vanderbilt, and his M. Doctorate. from the Penn defeated Michigan, exacting revenge for the multiple losses suffered by Manier to Michigan at Vanderbilt. After his time in Pennsylvania he returned to Vanderbilt as an assistant football coach and assistant medical professor
He practiced in Nashville and gave his spare time to the team Known years with his assistance include 1911–1914 and 1920.
Manier spent the winter of 1911 at the Hospital.
He accompanied the Vanderbilt hospital unit to Fort McPherson in 1917. In 1935 he was president of the Tennessee Medical Association.
He was a "great plunging back" who in which every year he played at Vanderbilt was both a member of Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) championship teams and selected All-Southern.