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    • 1964 Cleveland Browns coaching staff

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1964); Heisler, Fritz; Collier, Blanton; Brinker, Howard; Skorich, Nick; Jones, Dub; Ulinski, Ed
    • "[1964] CLEVELAND BROWNS' COACHING STAFF: Kneeling, left to right: Fritz Heisler, Head Coach Blanton Collier, Howard Brinker, Nick Skorich. Standing: William "Dub" Jones, Ed Ulinski." -- photo verso.
    • Ice cream for the Cleveland Browns coaches, 1954

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1954); Brown, Paul E.; Bixler, Paul; Ulinski, Ed; Heisler, Fritz; Brinker, Howard; Football coaches; Ice cream & ices
    • "Paul Brown and his coaching staff in a lighter moment enjoy ice cream cones in a 1954 photograph. From left, Paul Bixler, Ed Ulinski, Brown, Fritz Heisler and Howard Brinker. The total number of years this group went on to serve with the Browns:...
    • Jeff and Lou Groza, Don Colo, and Dante Lavelli 1955

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1955); Lavelli, Dante; Colo, Don; Groza, Lou; Football training camps
    • "Family was always a top priority with Paul Brown. During training camp, he found hotels for the wives and children of his players and coaching staff. Each week, the players, coaches, and their families would all gather for dinner. Here, seen from...
    • Jim Brown new head coach Blanton Collier, 1963 Training Camp

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Brown, Jim; Collier, Blanton; Football training camps
    • Jim Brown conversing with new head coach Blanton Collier. Collier was the Browns coach from 1963 to 1970, with an overall record of 79-38-2. He was an assistant coach to Paul Brown from the team's inception in 1946 through 1953, when he left to...
    • Jesse Owens runs the 100-yard dash

    • Owens, Jesse; Athletes; Track And Field Sports
    • "Ebony Comet attempts comeback. Newark, Ohio: Jesse Owens, the Ebony Comet from Ohio State who stole the show in the 1936 Olympics, is attempting a comeback. Jesse, during an exhibition here, ran the 100-yard dash against time in 9.9 seconds, and...

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