Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 67
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 67

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
Page 67
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5F --August 24,1975 GUIDE M.U. UNIVERSIl TH«R!NG HERD ay. Think of our hot sandwiches Marshall's new head football coach, Frank Ellwood (right), poses with his staff. It is composed of, from left: Arnold Jeter, Don Arthur, Bill Gary, Bob Brown, Carlin Carpenter and Lee Thompson. ··· MIVW W bleachers. And after the gome, come fill yourself with warmth. BIG BOY SANDWICH SUM JIM SANDWICH STEAK SANDWICH BAKED HAM SANDWICH There's something good for everybody you love at Look At Herd's New Coaching Staff BIG BOY RESTAURANT "'" "I'm out of the Woody Hayes-Bill Hess '' "mold of good! consistent football that -· "makes no mistakes." says Frank Ellwood. But will the new Marshall University football coach be able to generate winning · programs like the veteran Ohio State and "" Ohio University coaches he's worked un- '''der? '··" Only time -- and in the case of a losing program like Marshall has had. time -""".'means more than just one or even two sea" sons -- will tell whether Thundering Herd v : football can plow its way out of the wilderness. The Ellwood Era began Dec. 30 of last I-Iyear, two weeks after Jack Lengyel re^signed and later entered the lumber busi- £*ness. Lengyel in four years of building afl- ·;'; -er the 1970 plane crash, had a 9-33 record. o! If anyone should know about the "Woody £; Hayes-Bill Hess mold of consistent foot- »- ;ball" it's Ellwood. After starring at Dover v 'High School in Ohio, he was the quarterly '.back on the Ohio State team that won the ;Big Ten in 1956 with the help of Heisman Trophy winner Howard "Hopalong" Cassidy. f "We didn't pass much when 1 was at !0hio State because I couldn't throw the ;ball." smiles Ellwood. who promises hi? J ;Marshall teams will throw more often f 'than the Buckeyes. £ ; He was~All-Arnericah Academic'arid All £ ;Big Ten Academic for OSU, and wa r. i called back as an assistant coach under 5 \ Hayes in 1958 and again from 1962 to 1964. £ )He was an assistant at his old high school *· ;for one year, and a three-year stint in the w · Air Force broke up his time at Ohio State. £ '. While at the Air Force Academy, he was a ; first lieutenant and an assistant to head coach B^en Martin. 5 : In 1965 he joined Hess at Ohio University '? -where he stayed until Marshall beckoned. £ '.Hess calls Ellwood "the greatest person £ ) I've ever worked with in football. When he £ ' was in charge of our offense at Ohio Univ- f-. i.ersity we had one of the best offenses in p \ the conference. When he was in charge of £ ) our defense, we had one of the best defen- r 'sive teams in the conference." *'.' The role of a head coach is a challenge i, ;to the 40-year-old Ellwood."The biggest i- · adjustment I've had to make is that now ^ ' instead of making recommendations, I'm M1 making the final decisions about a football ?;'; program." he said. ~V- Ellwood has moved his wife and three r '. teen-aged children to Huntington, where '*'· he's acquired another family -- a brand new six-man staff of assistant coaches. The staff includes a Kanawha Valley high school coach of last year, a former head coach from another school, and others Ellwood worked with at Ohio U. DON ARTHUR came to Marshall after five years as head coach at East Bank High School, where he compiled a 33-18-2 record. Arthur coached The Bank' to the Class AAA championships in 1971 and l!V?:t. and was West Virginia High School Coach of the Year in '73. He lettered at West Virginia University in 1964, and has received bachelors and masters degrees from WVU. A native of Montgomery, he was an all-state football player at East Bank. He'll be in charge of the defensive interior line at MU. BOB BROWN, the offensive backfield and receivers coach, played football at Ohio University, graduating in 1967. For the past six years he's been head football coach at Sylvania, Ohio High School. CARLIN CARPENTER, like Ellwood, comes directly from Ohio U. Marshall's new defensive coordinator and linebacker coach was with the Bobcats for four years after serving as an assistant for three seasons at Defiance College. BILL GARY, the only 1,000-yard ground gainer in Ohio University football history, has been a graduate assistant at the school since his playing days ended in 1972. He's in charge of the defensive secondary. ARNOLD JETER was head football coach at Delaware State for the past eight seasons. A 1962 graduate of Kent Stale, he coached Harding High School in .Warren, Ohio before going to the U n i v e r s i t y of Iowa as a graduate assistant. He will coach defensive ends. LEE THOMPSON has been an assistant the last two years at Albion (Mich.) College and before that was a grad assistant at Ohio. He played at Western Michigan, and is now the Herd's offensive line coach. HP-258/SS-250 FM STEREO, FM/AM RECEIVER, RECORD PLAYER, 8-TRACK CARTRIDGE PLAYER/RECORDER FEATURES -- «8 track cartridge player/recorder* Sonymatic recording sys- temOAutomatic/manual program selector switch»End-Stop automatic shut-off»BSR auto/manual turntable with cueing lever and antiskating cornpensationoSony high- compliance ceramic cartridge and diamond stylus«Automatic FM mono-stereo switching with indicator lighttFET front-end FMtuner«Two 2-way speakers, each containing a 6 W woofer and 2" tweeter. "IT'S A SONY." 304 Washington Street, W. "We Service What We Sell" Sodaro's Electronic Sales Phone 344-3536 :\ THE WINNER! Enjoy It's the real thing Coke. 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