January 1, 2014

Many thanks for what transpired this past year... the finishing of my father's book, "The Single Wing and a Prayer". Dad was the head football coach at Denison University from 1954-1992. He had a record of 200 wins against 142 losses and 19 ties. The book is a detailed description of his unbalanced line single wing offense, complete with many of his hand drawn plays. Many photos and anecdotes, from players and coaches who played and coached with and against him, weave throughout the entire book. A 70 minute DVD is included in the purchase. Over seventy former Denison football players came forward and funded the first print of the book, which was released this past September at a celebration put on by Denison University in Granville, Ohio. George Hill (DU '58), a longtime professional and college football coach, spoke, as well as Denison President Adam Weinberg and Head Football Coach Jack Hatem. You can order a copy of the The Single Wing and a Prayer, by Keith Piper and David Piper, by going to the Denison University Bookstore website, denisonbookstore.com. Cost is $38.95 plus shipping. All proceeds from the sales of the book will go toward the Denison University Football Program.

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