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Mott, James A. (ed.) / 1971 Wisconsin football

1971 Wisconsin football,   pp. [1]-[56] PDF (33.9 MB)

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Freshman Coach - 3rd Season 
Stan Kemp, 26, is in his third year on the Badger 
coaching staff following three years as a player and two 
years as a coach under Chalmers 'Bump' Elliott at the 
University of Michigan. He 
has worked with the wide 
receivers and the punters at 
Wisconsin and this year will 
be handling the duties of 
freshman coach. 
Stan was born in Honolulu, 
Hawaii and went to high 
school in Greenville, Michi- 
gan, graduating in 1963. He 
then lettered three years as 
an end and punter at the 
University of Michigan in 
1964-65-66, playing on the 
Wolverine team that won the 
Big Ten title in 1964 and 
defeated Oregon State 34-7 
in the 1965 Rose Bowl. 
Kemp               His three-year punting 
average was 37.5 and he was 
the Big Ten's leading punter his senior year with a 39.6 
yard average on 36 punts. 
Kemp tried out with the Green Bay Packers in 1967, 
making it until the final cut, and then returned to Michigan 
in 1967 and 1968 where he was in charge of the Woverines' 
kicking game and worked with the offense. 
Kemp accepted a coaching job at Wisconsin in January 
of 1969 and was retained on the coaching staff when John 
Jardine became head coach in 1970. Stan is married to 
the former Marcia Volk of Wauseon, Ohio. 
Gordon Stoddard, certified athletic trainer is starting his 
third year with the Badgers. The 37-year-old native of 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa is a graduate of Rocky Mountain 
College in Billings, Montana and Kent State University. 
He spent four years as head trainer at Central Michigan 
University before coming to Wisconsin in 1969. Gordy 
served an apprenticeship under Otho Davis, currently 
associate trainer of the Baltimore Colts and also executive 
director of the National Athletic Trainers Association, 
before entering the college ranks. 
Stoddard, married and the father of three daughters, 
is membership chairman of District Four of NATA and 
is a member of the national audio-visual committee. 
Tom Carter, certified athletic trainer is beginning his 
third year on the Wisconsin staff. The 28-year-old native 
of Greenville, Michigan is a graduate of Central Michigan 
University where he served as a student trainer under 
Gordon Stoddard. 
He was head trainer at Flint, Michigan Northwestern 
High school before joining Stoddard here in 1969. Tom is 
married and the father of a baby daughter. 
Dr. Allan J. Ryan is beginning his seventh year as team 
physician for Wisconsin athletic teams. 
The Brooklyn, N.Y., native is a 1936 Yale graduate and 
a 1940 graduate of Columbia University's College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 
An a s s o ci at e professor of physical education and 
rehabilitation medicine, Dr. Ryan received the National 
Physical Fitness Leadership Award for his contributions 
and achievements in this area of sports medicine this 
past spring. 
He and his wife Agnes are the parents of three sons. 
OUTLOOK FOR '71 . . . 
(continued from page 9) 
candidate for the starting right corner spot in 1971. 
Johnson is still learning and will make mistakes but 
has enough sheer speed to recover from most miscues. 
At the other corner junior Milt Habeek, number two 
man behind Crooks last year, appears to have the edge. 
Pushing him for a job will be sophomore Chris Davis 
while junior Randy Freis will be waiting to step in if 
Johnson does not accomplish the task adequately. 
The Badger kicking game will again be strong in 1971, 
as Jaeger and Krugman return to placekicking and 
punting duties, respectively. In two years Jaeger has 
converted 34 of 39 extra points and has made 12 of 20 
field goals attempts for a total of 70 points. In 1969 he 
scored 46 points by kicking to set a school record and he 
also has a modern record 48 yard field goal to his credit. 
Krugman punted a school record 63 times last year for 
a 39.5 yard average and had a long of 55 yards. 
The Badgers have scheduled 11 games for 1971, eight 
of them against Big Ten foes. They will open at home 
September 11 against Northern Illinois and after traveling 
to Syracuse the following week-end will return home to 
face powerful Louisiana State to close out the non- 
conference schedule. 
The Badgers will also make appearances in Camp 
Randall against Indiana, Michigan State, Purdue and 
Illinois, meeting the Spartans for the first time since 1968 
and the Boilermakers for the first time since 1966. The 
Badgers will also see road action at Northwestern, Ohio 
State (on regional television), and Iowa and will close 
out their 1971 schedule in Minneapolis against traditional 
rival Minnesota. 
Kuckkahn and Bell 
Join Badger Staff 
Wayne Kuekkahn and Bob Bell are the newest 
members of Wisconsin's athletic department staff. 
Kuckkahn, who had been Director of Alumni 
Programs for the Wisconsin Alumni Association, 
joined the staff in early June as Program Co- 
ordinator with primary duties in ticket promotion 
and fund raising for the Wisconsin Student Aid 
Foundation. Wayne is 42 and a 1955 graduate of 
Bell                 Kuckkahn 
WSU-Whitewater with a degree in education and 
a 1962 master's degree in educational administra- 
tion from Wisconsin. 
Bell, 38, comes to Wisconsin from UCLA where 
he has served as assistant athletic director since 
1965 and will be succeeding Bill Aspinwall as 
business manager when the latter retires later this 
Bob is a native of Pittsburg, Kansas and he 
received his bachelor's degree in economics and 
history from San Fernando Valley State College in 
1959, his master's degree in history from Kansas 
in 1963 and his doctor's degree in history from 
UCLA in 1968. 

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