Many fans and fellow coaches believe that success lies strictly on the victory side of the ledger. I say there is much more than that, including the moral and academic aspects involved. Victories are important, certainly. That is why someone invented a method of keeping score. But we stress the other values just as much as we do the victory angle. Pride in belonging to and representing a school is of tremendous importance. We are fortunate at Arizona State College. This is an easy relationship to develop. We have a sincere, friendly faculty who will do everything in their power to help the players. If our athletes show an interest, there is not a member of the faculty who will not go more than half-way to help a youngster. After a year with the Lumberjacks, a player has developed great team pride. He likes being associated with such a wonderful group of young men. He is proud to represent his college on the playing field. He is determined not to do anything that will reflect unfavorably on his school or his teammates. He is serious about this outlook. There are many ingredients that go into the mixture that makes for success. Each person has in his mind the ingredients that he feels are essential to his success. As he goes through life, he finds that he adds an ingredient here, cancels one there. Those ingredients that make up the formula we have found successful are included in this book.