|Teams|| NHL |
|Born|| February 5, 1904,|
Ottawa, ON, CAN
|Died|| December 26 1944 (aged 40),|
|Pro Career||1923 – 1931|
Rennison Flint "Dinny" Manners (February 5, 1904 in Ottawa, Ontario – January 26, 1944) was a Canadian professional ice hockey centre who played 2 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Quakers.
Manners first played in the USAHA with the Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets and the Fort Pitt Panthers. In 1926–27 he returned home to play for the senior Montagnards and led the city league in goals two years later.
During the 1929–30 NHL season, Manners scored three goals and was a decent checker for Pittsburgh as an NHL rookie. He became a member of the Quakers when the franchise was relocated In September 1930. Manners only played four games for the dreadful club and spent most of his time with the OPHL's Niagara Falls Cataracts. In 1931 he was reinstated as an amateur and played in a few leagues in the Ottawa area before joining the Ottawa Montagnards for one last season in 1933–34. Manners later coached the Yellow Jackets from 1935 until 1937, when the team folded.