Donelli Aides Include Two Coaches Recently Imported to B.U. Scene
Boston University's hopes for victory today may rest with the shrewdness of Buff Donelli, but aiding him in his difficult task are three assistant coaches, two of them newly imported this year to spur on the B.U. athletic renaissance.
Line coach Stephen P. Sinko worked under Donelli at Duquesne and helped him mold his famous unbeaten 1941 eleven. During 1944-45 he coached at Iowa Pre-Flight, returning to Duquesne last year as head coach and athletic director.
John J. Kellcher, who serves as end coach for the Terriers, was a teammate of Paul Governali at Columbia. In 1945 he joined the coaching staff at his alma mater, serving under Lou Little and Donelli.
Russell E. Peterson, assistant line coach, is the only holdover from last year's coaching staff. He was an all New England guard when he played at Springfield College in 1930.