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1969 newspaper article featuring the Cradle of Coaches.

A 1969 newspaper featuring the Cradle of Coaches.

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Announcement and photographs of Bob Schul's, a 27 year-old Miami student, shock victory at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Schul won the gold medal for the 5000 m distance run, and remains the only American to have done so. From "Miami University" by Dan…

Bill Mallory (1969-1973) went 39-12-0 at Miami including an undefeated season in 1973. He later coached at Colorado, Northern Illinois and Indiana.

Bo Schembechler (1963-1968) led Miami to a 40-17-4 record with one conference championship. He would later coach Michigan for 21 seasons and is a member of the NCAA Hall of Fame.

John Pont (1956-1962) led Miami to a 43-22-2 record with three conference championships. Pont later coached at Yale, Indiana, and Northwestern.

Front page of the Miami Student October 20, 1964, announcing a win for the Miami football team over Northwestern and a win for Miami student Bob Schul at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.

A program from the 1968 game between Miami and Kent State.

Bo Schembechler's 1968 coaching staff. One could argue this is one of the greatest coaching staffs ever assembled. They combined for 621 wins: Jim Young (Purdue, Army, Arizona), Larry Smith (USC, Missouri, Arizona), Gary Moeller (Michigan, Detroit),…

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Photograph of the Women's Recreational Association (WRA) Cabin, which was build with funds raised by the WRA's bake sales and car washes.
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