Columbia Lions coaches: Columbia Lions football coaches, Columbia Lions men's basketball coaches, Columbia Lions men's soccer coaches

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9781158074440: Columbia Lions coaches: Columbia Lions football coaches, Columbia Lions men's basketball coaches, Columbia Lions men's soccer coaches
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Columbia Lions football coaches, Columbia Lions men's basketball coaches, Columbia Lions men's soccer coaches, Elton Wieman, Tom Penders, Chip Kelly, Frank "Buck" O'Neill, Seth Greenberg, Cliff Battles, John Audino, Dan Mullen, John Toner, Fred Dawson, George Sanford, Ray Tellier, Cyrus C. Miller, Dave Rice, T. Nelson Metcalf, Aldo Donelli, Sean McDonnell, Joseph W. Brooks, Tom Gilmore, Norries Wilson, Ed Walker, Aaron Kelton, Joe Jones, Herb Kopf, Bob Shoop, Lou Little, Paul Withington, William Campbell, Elmer Ripley, Dennis Fryzel, Jim Garrett, Larry McElreavy, Bob Naso, Armond Hill, Tom Radulski, Jim Engles, Percy Haughton, Dieter Ficken, Mike Miello, Kyle Smith, Hal Hunter, Harry Fisher, Charles Crowley, Jack Rohan, Frank Navarro, Marty Brill, Jack Depler, Bill Morley, Katie Kauffman, Lou Rossini, Gordon Ridings, Wang Yi. Excerpt: Elton Ewart "Tad" Wieman (October 4, 1896 - December 26, 1971) was an American football player and coach and college athletic director. He played football for the University of Michigan from 1915 to 1917 and 1920 under head coach Fielding H. Yost. He was a coach and administrator at Michigan from 1921 to 1929, including two years as the school's head football coach. He later served as a football coach at the University of Minnesota (1930-1932), Princeton University (1932-1941), and Columbia University (1944-1945), and as an athletic director at the University of Maine (1946-1951) and University of Denver (1951-1962). He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1956. Wieman was born in Tulare County, California, and raised in Los Angeles. His father, William H. Wieman, was a native of Missouri and a Presbyterian minister. Wieman was the seventh of eight children born to William and his wife Alma. At the time of the 1900 United States Census, the family lived in Orosi, Cali...

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