Frank Glick, Captain of Princeton Football Team, 1915, reports: ""Here's a book by one of the truly great coaches of all...

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WINNING FOOTBALL

Frank Glick, Captain of Princeton Football Team, 1915, reports: ""Here's a book by one of the truly great coaches of all time, who has turned out championship teams at Minnesota, season after season. For less than the price of a ticket, he initiates the reader into the fundamentals of the game, psychology, strategy and technique that goes to make great players and great teams. He stresses the need of good material, indicates that he considers 'blocking' the foundation of good football, shows how he teaches it, lays a daily program for a season of training. A book for the young coach, the player, the fan -- not for the uninitiate. Written with intimate and informal touch that gives you a glimpse behind the scenes, and breathes the spirit of winning football.

Pub Date: Sept. 27, 1937

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Whittlesey House

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1937