*Glen S. (Pop) Worner, the fobled Footboll Cooch William (Billy) Conn: the light cham. of the Corlisle Indions, , ond pion who was for ahead of Joe Lewis before being Stanford University whose career spanned parts of knocked out in the 13th round for the heavyweight two centuries, as one of the great Football Coaches title in 1941. of 011 time.

Charles (Charley) Gelbert: Native of Ambler, *Dr. John Bain (Jock) Sutherlond, 0 former Warner Penna. One of the greatest all-round, three.letter pupil, started his coaching career at Lafayette athletes in College history. Rated College ond the going to the Universi ty of Pitts­ as one of games best shortstops with the St Louis where he coached his teams to national Cardinals in the early '30s. Gunshot accident while prominence. interupted hi 5 Maior League career. Nearly lost leg, but returned to Cardinals and helped to win . Named Sports Writers Most Courageous Athlete. Still head Base. boll Coach at . Art J. Rooney: President, owner of the Steelers. Pioneered pro-football. Was an outstand. ing athlete. Played football at Indiono, and Du­ quesne, minor teague player and manager James J. Daniell; A resident of Mt. Lebanon, ot Wheeling West - . Wos olso on excellent Pennsylvania for 44 years. Educated in the boxer. Mt. Lebonon Public Schools, Kiski Prep School and graduoted from State University in 1942. Mem­ ber of the Koppa Sigmo froternity. In Athletics, wos Captoin of the 1935 Mt. Lebanon High School team. Captain of Kisimentas School, 1937; Ohio State Robert (Bob) Allmon: lost his eyesight at the age 1939-40-41 - selected on several All-American of four os the result of on occident. Bob attended teams. Played in the Shrine East-West game in School for the Blind in Philadelphia 1942. Played at Naval training Station, where his academic and athletic achievements won 1942. Joined the Bears in 1945. Captoin of him 0 scholorship to the University 0 Pennsyl. the First Brown Team, 1946. vonio. Won the Middle Atlantic A.A.U. . ship Finalist in the Eastern Intercollegiate Cham­ pionships for three years. Elected Cop ain of the University Wrestling team, and was awarded the Phi Beto Kappo key for academic achievement.

George Munger: who coached the University of Pennsylvania to seven football Chom~ Thomas (Tommy) Dovies: pionships from 1938 until he gave up the position All American, 1918-1920-1921 goined 4,620 yards in 1953. One of the great leaders of young men. running. Coached at University of Penno. Assis_ tant, Head coach at Geneva, Coach at Allegheny, Richester University, Scranton University, and Western Reserve.

Robin Roberts: Winner of 286 Major Leogue base­ ball games in a career that storted with the Phil· John (Johnny) Woodruff: Connellsville, Pennsyl. lies. Greatly responsible for the success of the Whiz Kid team in 1950. Sold to the Yankies, then to vania. Gained fame when he was 18 and a freshman ot the University of Pittsburgh. wos at the 1936 Houston, and Chicago Cubs. One of the diamond great's of AII.Time. Olympic games in Berlin l Germany when he won the 800 meter in record time of 1.52.9 and when he won it was the first time in 34 years that an Ameri­ can hod accomplished thot fete. Considered one of the greatest half milers of all time. Henry (Hinkey) Haines: Groduated Red Lion H.S. ­ 1916 - Baseball, and Track (had no football in those days.) Two years at Lebanon Val­ iey .Basketball-Baseball-Track. Lester R. : Life-time resident of the City of Two years at Penn State University-Football-Base­ Harrisburg. Started his Baseboll career in 1922 in ball.Basketball. All (Walter Lansing, . 1923 storted with Houston, Comp) also All-American Baseball selection 2 , was brought up to the St, Louis Cardinals, years. Batted 406. Signed with the Yonkee's after 1924 started with the Cardinals however was ship. graduation. Played on the 1923 teom which won the ped out to the Mi Iwaukee team in the American As. 1st World Series. 1921 - Asst. Football Coach, sociation. 1925-26-27 - St. Louis Cardinols. In , Asst. Football Coach Penn 1926 was 0 member of the s when they de­ State, 1922-23. Professional Football - Old Philo. feated the Yankees four games to three delphia 1921, in the World Series. 1928 - sold to the 1923. - 1924. 1925 Signed with the Broves. 1930-31 with the Chicago Cubs. Hos 0 life.time Mojor Leogue Batting Average of .290. . (How in the hell can you be modest at a time like this). Hinkey. More to come.

Edward (Eddie) Gottlieb: Mr. Professional Basket. boll of Pennsylvania. Eddie as he is known to the Thomas (Tommy) Loughran; who fought a dozen bosketball world, is responsible for building the champions in various classes and held the light game of basketboll to the heights thot it has heavyweight championship from 1927 until 1929; a reached today. Former owner-coach of the Phi 10' tru Iy Great Champion and one who never forgot the delphia Warriors, ond hos played a port in the de. children in his old neighborhood. velopment of the gome for over 50 years.