The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

Finding Aid

Joseph R. Scalzo Papers, 1944-1986

MSS-083

Size: 16 linear feet

Provenance: received from Edith (Gyer) Scalzo, wife of J.R. Scalzo.

Access: open

Collection Summary: This collection primarily concerns Scalzo's activities in national and international amateur wrestling organizations. It includes correspondence, publications, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other materials relating to the Amateur Athletic Union, the United States Olympic Committee, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, World Cup wrestling tournaments, and other sports-related organizations such as the YMCA.

 

Subject(s): Business and Commerce

Related Collections: Mark Camp Papers, UM 97

Processing Note: Some of these materials were microfilmed by the International Amateur Wrestling Federation

 

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

 

Completed by:Laura Micham and Abbie Stucke, 1998; last updated: June, 2014; revised by Tamara Jones, April 2016

 

 

 

Biographical Sketch

 

Joseph Ralph Scalzo was born June 18, 1920 in Newton, New Jersey, where his father owned a monument company.  Although his mother died when he was only three, he and his six sisters had a happy family life centered around music.  By the eighth grade, Scalzo could sing and play the violin and all the brass instruments between the coronet and the tuba. His wrestling career, which came to consume much of his life, began in the third grade.  Throughout high school and college, he was active in wrestling and other sports, as well as the glee club, band, orchestra, and a fraternity.  Scalzo graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in chemical engineering in 1941 and immediately became a full-time employee of Sun Oil in Philadelphia. 

 

In 1944, Scalzo was transferred to Sun Oil in Toledo, and shortly thereafter married Edith Gyer of Pennsylvania.  They had six children, four girls and two boys. Within Sun Oil, Scalzo was promoted several times, retiring in 1978 with the position of Manager of Employee Relations and Plant Services. 

 

Scalzo's love of wrestling and commitment to creating a local program led him to establish and coach a YMCA wrestling team in Toledo from 1944-1951.  During this time, he enrolled in the University of Toledo’s School of Law, graduating in 1948 with a Doctor of Jurisprudence (cum laude). Scalzo’s association with the University led to his founding and coaching the university wrestling team (1949-1968), which never suffered a losing season under his direction.

 

In 1952, Scalzo began his national and international career in sports outside of his full-time job at Sun Oil.  He served as a referee, a judge, or as a coach at several Olympic Games including Helsinki (1952), Melbourne (1956), Rome (1960), Tokyo (1964), and Mexico City (1968), and became a member of the Olympic Board of Directors Executive Committee in 1973. 

 

Scalzo’s interest in amateur athletics also led to his involvement in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU).  In this capacity he directed two world championship tournaments (1962 and 1966) in Toledo.  From there he became president of the Ohio AAU, and eventually in 1973, president of the National AAU.  At the same time, Scalzo also represented the U.S. in the International Amateur Wrestling Federation (FILA).

 

Wrestling and Sun Oil were not Scalzo's only interests.  Among his other pursuits were his service as president of the Board of Trustees of the former Parkview Hospital and president of the Toledo Opera Association. He was a member of the boards of other civic organizations, including the North Toledo Old Timers Association and the Lake Erie Machine Co., Inc. He also served as a member of Toledo City Council from 1958-1960. In addition, Scalzo had an ongoing interest in furthering his education, graduating in 1961 from Columbia University's Executive Business Administration graduate program.

 

In 1978, Scalzo retired from Sun Oil but did not stop working.  He continued to inspire young athletes through the motivational speeches he gave and his continued efforts toward improving the AAU.  Late in his life, Scalzo also became a Senior Partner in the Law Firm Scalzo and Scalzo, and was President of the management and consulting firm Scalzo and Associates. 

 

Joseph Scalzo died in 1986.

 

 

Biographical Outline

 

 

1920

Born on June 18 in Newton, New Jersey.  Son of Joseph, Sr. and youngest of seven children.                

1929

Began his wrestling career in elementary school.

1934-1937

Attended Newton High School.  Participated in Football, Wrestling, Baseball, Orchestra, and Glee Club.

1936

New Jersey State High School Wrestling Champion

1937

Attended Pennsylvania State University.  Participated in Band, Orchestra, Glee Club, Football, and Wrestling.

1941

Graduated from Penn State with a degree in Chemical Engineering.

1941

Began career at Sun Oil in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1944

Transferred to Sun Oil in Toledo, Ohio.

1944-1951

Founder and coach of Toledo Central YMCA Wrestling Team.

1944

Attended the University of Toledo School of Law.

1945

June 23: Married Edith Gyer. (had six children: two boys, four girls)

1948

Graduated from the University of Toledo with a Doctor of Jurisprudence

(J.D., cum Laude) with a specialization in Labor, Corporate, and Patent Law.

1949-1968

Founder and coach of University of Toledo Wrestling Program.

1952

Olympic Wrestling Official, Helsinki, Finland.

1952-1955

Secretary of NCAA Coaches Association.

1952-1972

Internationals Referee and Judge.

1953

Founder of Greco-Roman Wrestling in the U.S.A.

1953-1962

National AAU Greco-Roman Chairman.

1954

Delegate to the AAU National Convention.

1955

Selected as Toledo's Outstanding Young Man of the Year.

1956

U.S. Olympic Greco Roman Coach, Melbourne, Australia.

1956

Selected as one of Ohio's five Outstanding Young Men of the Year.

1957

Selected as University of Toledo's Outstanding Alumnus.

1957

Promoted to Administrative Assistant to the Manager of Employee Relations.

1957-1961

National Chief Justice of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity.

1958-1960

Elected Toledo City Councilman.

1960

Member of Wrestling Officials Jury of Appeals, Olympics, Rome, Italy.

1961

Graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School in Executive Business Administration.

1962

Managing Director of World Amateur Wrestling Championships, Toledo, Ohio.

1962

FILA Highest World's Merit Award.

1962-1966

Elected National AAU Wresting Chairman.

1964

Wrestling Official, Olympics, Tokyo, Japan

1965

Member of the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame.

1966

Promoted to Manager of Employee Relations.

1966

FILA Highest World's Merit Award.

1966

Managing Director of World Amateur Wrestling Championship, Toledo, Ohio

1966-1973

Elected U.S. Representative of FILA.

1968

Wrestling Official, Olympics, Mexico.

????

Elected President of the Board of Trustees of Parkview Hospital.

????

Elected Secretary of the Board of Directors of Lake Erie Machine Co., Inc.

????

Elected President of the Ohio AAU.

1969-1973

Elected Vice-President of the National AAU.

1970

Promoted to Manager of Employee Relations and Plant Services.

????

YMCA National Committee Chairman.

1973

FILA Highest World's Merit Award.

1973

Director of the World Cup of Amateur Wrestling, Toledo, Ohio.

1973-1977

National President of the AAU.

1973-1977

Elected U.S. Olympic Board of Directors, Executive Committee.

1978

Retired from Sun Oil.

????

Senior Partner of Law Firm Scalzo and Scalzo.

????

President of the management and consulting firm Scalzo and Associates.

1986

Died in Toledo, Ohio

 

  

 

Scope and Content Note

 

This collection is divided into eight series: S1. Sun Oil; S2. University of Toledo, S3. Civic Interests, S4. YMCA, S5. Audio Cassettes, S6. United States Olympic Committee (USOC), S7. Amateur Athletic Union/USOC; and S8. Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). The bulk of the materials are related to Scalzo's commitment and contributions to amateur wrestling on a local (series two and four), national, and international level (series five through eight). The remaining materials pertain to Scalzo's interest in music, motivational speaking, and civic organizations (series one, three, and five), as well as his career at Sun Oil (series one).

 


Series List

S1

Sun Oil
1944-1975, 1.2 linear feet.
arranged alphabetically and by type   

Divided into two subseries, Sun Oil Glee Club and Miscellaneous Office Files. The first subseries contains sheet music and song books and one musical program. The second subseries consists of materials maintained by Scalzo relating to human relations, employee procedures, company policy, the field of industrial engineering, and his work at Columbia University in the Executive Business Administrative graduate program.

 

 

S2

University of Toledo
1952-1977, and undated, 2 linear inches.
arranged alphabetically and by type 

Newspaper clippings, brochures, pamphlets, match results, and correspondence pertaining to the wrestling program established by Scalzo.

 

 

S3

Civic Interests
1953-1983, 6 linear inches
arranged alphabetically  

Documents relating to the various organizations of which Scalzo was a member, the events in which he participated, and the local and regional awards he won. The bulk of the materials relate to the contribution Scalzo made to the Toledo Opera Association.

 

 

S4

YMCA
1953-1974, 5 linear inches
arranged alphabetically and chronologically 

Comprised of materials relating to the founding and development of the wrestling team including a lengthy run of correspondence, wrestling tournament reports, legal documents, and meetings proceedings.

 

 

S5

Audio Cassettes
1985 and undated, 8 linear inches
arranged in creator order 

Consists of nine cassette tapes, primarily recordings of motivational speeches and lectures given by Scalzo, but also including various national anthems, music, athletic events, and an anniversary recording given to his wife, June 23, 1985.

 

 

S6

United States Olympic Committee (USOC)
1948-1982, 3 linear feet
arranged by type, alphabetically, and chronologically 

Divided into seven subseries, Correspondence, Ephemera, Financial Documents and Reports, Legal Documents and Reports, Printed Materials, Proceedings, and Reports, this extensive series documents nearly forty years of Olympic history as made and observed by Scalzo. The correspondence addresses the issues and concerns involved in creating a successful team such as fundraising, travel arrangements, tryouts, paid leave for athletes, and disputes. Financial documents consist mostly of materials relating to grant writing and other fundraising efforts. The Legal Documents subseries is noteworthy for its congressional hearings and bills relating to the U.S. Olympic program. Also included are USOC constitutions, by-laws, and other committee-generated documents.  Printed Materials is comprised primarily of newsletters, handbooks, and guidebooks for most of the games in which Scalzo was involved. The Proceedings subseries documents the intricacies of administering the Olympic Games. It includes meeting minutes from a variety of groups such as the Junior Olympics, the Wrestling Committee, the Pan-American Games, and the Executive Committee. The Reports subseries includes reports that Scalzo kept separately from financial and legal reports, though they may contain financial or legal information.

 

 

S7

Amateur Athletic Union/USOC
1963-1977, 6 linear inches
arranged by type, alphabetically, and chronologically 

The materials in this series are separate from the USOC and AAU series as they involve both organizations equally. The bulk of the materials consists of correspondence spanning the years 1963-1977 that documents the evolution of the relationship between the two organizations. The only other materials in this series are related to a senate hearing before the Committee on Commerce on February 1, 1968. The result of the hearing was "Pearson's Bill," a piece of legislation that mandated that an independent board of arbitration be established in order to consider disputes among the AAU, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and other amateur athletic associations for the purpose of protecting amateur athletics.

 

 

S8

Amateur Athletic Union (AAU)
1950-1986, 11 linear feet
arranged by type, alphabetically, and chronologically

The largest series in the collection, this record group consists of eight subseries: Correspondence (1951-1986), Financial Reports (1958-1985), Legal Documents (1958-1981), Photographic Material (1952-1983), Printed Material (1950-1986), Proceedings (1954-1985), Reports (1951-1981), and Subject Files (1951-1983) all relating to the many contributions Scalzo made to this international organization. The primary focus is wrestling, although swimming, gymnastics, and judo are among the sports that reaped the benefit of Scalzo's efforts.

 

Folder List

 

Box

Folder

Folder Title

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 1: SUN OIL

 

 

Subseries A: Sun Oil Glee Club

1

1

Fight Songs (Lyrics only)
1
2
In the Good Old Wintertime, Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Lyrics Only)
1
3
Information on Verna Canto, 1965
1
4
Music – American Airs
1
5
Music – Bells of St. Mary
1
6
Music – Christmas Music
1
7
Music – Cornell Alma Mater
1
8
Music – Dear Land of Home
1
9

Music – Jolly Sunmen 

1
10
Music – Kentucky Babe
1
11
Music – Land of Hope and Glory
1
12
Music – Navy, Blue, and Gold
1
13
Music – Sleepy Hollow Tune
1
14
Music – Stouthearted Men
1
15
Music – The Lost Chord
1
16
Music – The Wood Collection of Christmas Carols
1
17
Music – Whiffenpoof Song
1
18
Music – White Xmas
1
19
Music – Winter Song
1
20
Program of the Sun Oil Minstrel, 1947
1
21
The Corned Beef and Cabbage Songfest (Lyrics Only)

 

   

 

  Subseries B: Miscellaneous
1
22
Columbia University, 1961
1
23
Employee Handbook, 1960
1
24
Human Relations, 1944-1959
1
25
Industrial Engineering, 1960
1
26
Policy, 1963-1965
1
27
Reports by Scalzo, 1947-1953
1

28 

Sun Oil Directory, 1975

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 2: UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO

1
29

Brochures, Pamphlets, Wrestling Results, 1953-1977

1
30

Wrestling Clippings, 1952-1964

1
31

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1953-1977

1
32

Miscellaneous Printed Materials,  n.d.

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 3: CIVIC INTERESTS

 1

33

Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity, 1969-1970

 1

34
Banquet of Champions Programs, 1957-1968

 1

35
Banquet of Champions, 1964-1969

 1

36
Boy Scouts – Explorer Olympics, 1975

 1

37
Boy Scouts – Fundraising, 1967-1968

 1

38
Christopher Columbus Membership, n.d.

 1

39
City Council Elections, 1957

 1

40
Communism in the United States, 1960-1962

 1

41
Man of the Year, 1953-1955

 1

42
Ohio Society of  Directors of Volunteer Services, 1978-1981

 1

43
Parkview Hospital, 1972-1982

1

44
Special Olympics, 1975
2
1
Toledo Area Sportsmen Association, 1960-1962
2
2
Toledo Opera Association: A-E, 1982-1983
2
3
Toledo Opera Association: F-N, 1981-1983
2
4
Toledo Opera Association: O-Z, 1981-1984
2
5
Toledo Swim Club, Inc., 1968, 1973

 

   

 

 

SERIES 4: YMCA 

 2

6
Correspondence, 1953-1962

 2

7
Correspondence, 1963-1966

 2

8
Correspondence, 1967-1974

 2

9
Legal Documents, 1960s-1980s

 2

10
Printed Material, 1954-1974

 2

11
Proceedings, 1953-1969

 2

12
Toledo Branch, 1962

 2

13
Wrestling Tournament Reports, 1954-1970

 

   

 

  SERIES 5: AUDIO CASSETTES

 Small box in Box 2

*

 Tape #1- “My Anniversary Gift  To Edie With Love, June 23, 1985”

 

*
Tape #2 – Illegible Title; music with Scalzo speaking and singing

 

*
Tape #3 - “Dream”- Speech beginning “Have you ever lived a dream? I have.”

 

*

Tape #4 – “Music- 1-Peg of my heart   2- This time” – All Music, Side 1 & 2

 

*
Tape #5 Side 1 - No title - University of Toledo/ Bowling Green basketball game (partial game coverage)

 

*
Tape #5 Side 2 – “11/10/66  Am Legion Speech  15 min” – Speech to the American Legion

 

*
Tape #6 - Side 1- “Engineering & NAW for TV Lecture  11/1985”

 

*
Tape #6 -  Side 2- “FILA 1-A” – Speech to City Council, and Scalzo running a FILA meeting

 

*
Tape #7- “Alphabet to Success Radio Program” – Speech given by Scalzo (tape 1; recorded on both sides)

 

*
Tape #8- “Alphabet to Success” (tape 2)

 

*
Tape #9- “ Side 1- National Anthems, various (see tape insert for list of countries on sides 1 and 2 of this tape)

 

*
Tape #9- “Side 2 – National Anthems, various

 

 

                                       

 

 

SERIES 6: UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (USOC)

 

 

Subseries A: Correspondence

2
14
Correspondence: A-L, n.d.
2
15
Correspondence: M-Z, n.d.
2
16
Correspondence: from Joe Scalzo, 1970-1972
3
1
Dean Rockwell, 1962-1963
3
2
Fundraising, 1963-1964, 1968-1969
3
3
International Sports, 1963-1973
3
4
Junior Olympics, 1962-1974
3
5
Olympic Boxing Tryouts, 1968
3
6
Paid Leave for Athletes, 1974-1976
3
7
Paid Leave for Athletes, 1974-1978
3
8
Paid Leave for Athletes, 1975-1978
3
9
Paid Leave for Athletes, 1976-1979
3
10
Pan-American Games, 1963-1977
3
11
Pan-American Games, 1975
3
12
Regional Wrestling Tryouts, 1964
3
13
Special Hospitality – Montreal Committee, 1976
3
14
Tokyo Trip, 1964
3
15
United States Wrestling Federation (USWF), 1968-1973
3
16
US Congressional Hearings, 1973
3
17
USOC Tax Exemption, 1976
3
18
USOC Wrestling Committee, 1964-1970
3
19
USOC Wrestling Committee, 1972-1976
3
20
Wrestling Committee, 1959-1960
3
21
Wrestling Dispute, 1980
3
22
YMCA Wrestling, 1969-1978
3
23
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1963-1973
3
24
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1972-1975

 

   

 

 

Subseries B: Ephemera

 3

25
Metal Coins from Moscow Olympics, 1980

 3

26
US Olympic Team Contributor Plaque, n.d.

 

   

 

  Subseries C: Financial Documents and Reports
3
27
Development Fund Grant, 1977
3
28
Junior Olympics, 1971
3
29
Special Hospitality – Montreal Committee, 1976
3
30
USOC Development Fund Grant Applications, 1973
3
31
Miscellaneous Documents, 1973
3
32
Miscellaneous Reports, 1969-1976
3
33
Miscellaneous Reports, 1973, 1977

 

   

 

 

Subseries D: Legal Documents and Reports
3
34
Amendments – Information for 12/74 Meeting, 1974
3
35
Amendments to USOC By-laws and Constitution, 1975
3
36
Constitution, By-laws, and General Rules of USOC, 1969-1974
3
37
Sports Budget/Development Committee Meeting, 1974
3
38
Sports Budget/Development Committee Policy Statement, 1975(?)
3
39
US Congressional Hearings, 1973 (1 of 2)
3
40
US Congressional Hearings, 1973 (2 of 2)
3
41
US House of Representatives and Senate Bills, n.d.
3
42
USOC Constitution and By-laws, 1981
3
43
USOC Constitution and By-laws, n.d.
3
44
Wrestling Dispute, 1980

 

   

 

 

Subseries E: Printed Materials
3
45
Certificate of Appreciation for Service for the Years 1969-1973
3
46
Draft Environmental Impact Statement – 1980 Olympic Winter Games: Lake Placid, NY, 1976
4
1
Fundraising, 1964
4
2
Handbook on the Biathlon, 1972
4
3
Junior Olympics, 1963-1975
4
4
“News from the USOC” Newsletter, 1971-1975
4
5
News Releases, 1976(?)
4
6
Newspaper Clippings, 1972-1974, 1977
4
7
Official Olympic Guide by John V. Grombach, 1980
4
8
Olympiad Speech, 1964
4
9
Olympic Boxing Tryouts, 1968
4
10
Olympic Rules and Regulations, 1974
4
11
Olympic Summer Games: Montreal, Canada, 1976
4
12
Olympic Summer Games: Munich, Germany, 1972
4
13
Olympic Summer Games Handbook: Montreal, Canada, 1976  (1 of 2)
4
14
Olympic Summer Games Handbook: Montreal, Canada, 1976 (2 of 2)
4
15
Olympic Winter Games: Innsbruck, Austria, 1976
4
16
Olympic Winter Games Handbook: Innsbruck, Austria, 1976
4
17
Pan-American Wrestling Tryouts, 1959, 1963, 1971
4
18
President’s Commission News, 1976
4
19
President’s Commission on Olympic Sports: 4th Commission Meeting, 1976  (1 of 2)
4
20
President’s Commission on Olympic Sports: 4th Commission Meeting, 1976 (2 of 2)
4
21
Regional Wrestling Tryouts, 1964
4
22
Speeches and Speech Material, 1954-1977 (1 of 2)
4
23
Speeches and Speech Material, 1954-1977 (2 of 2)
4
24
Tokyo, Japan, 1964
4
25
United States Wrestling Federation (USWF), 1973-1975
4
26
US Congressional Hearings, 1973
4
27
US Olympic Association Newsletter, 1959-1970
4
28
US Olympic Track and Field Program, 1956
4
29
USOC – IOA (International Olympic Academy), 1973
4
30
USOC Newsletter, 1971-1974
4
31
USOC Wrestling Committee, 1972,1976
4
32
Miscellaneous Programs, Pamphlets, Entry Forms, and Regulations, 1969, 1974-1976, n.d.

 

   

 

 

Subseries F: Proceedings
4
33
Committee Meeting, 2/1974
4
34
Committee Meeting, 6/1974
4
35
Executive Committee Meeting,  9/1974
4
36
Executive Committee Meeting, 12/1974
4
37
Executive Committee Meeting,  3/1975
4
38
Fundraising Committee, 1963
4
39
General Committee Meetings, 1965-1966, 1971, 1973
4
40
Junior Olympics, 1948, 1970-1982
5
1
Meeting Agendas and Schedules, 1974, 1976-1978
5
2
Meeting Minutes and Summaries, 1974 (1of 2)
5
3
Meeting  Minutes and Summaries, 1974 (2of 2)
5
4
Membership Records, 1971-1980
5
5
Olympic Boxing Trials, 1968
5
6
Pan-American Games, 1975, 1978 (in Spanish)
5
7
Pan-American Trials, 1971
5
8
Programs and Agendas for Biennial Meetings, 1971
5
9
Restructuring Meeting, 6/1974
5
10
Sports/ Development Committee Meeting, 1975
5
11
USCSC Wrestling Games Committee Minutes, 1972
5
12
USOC Meetings, 1975
5
13
USOC Officers’ Meeting, 1/1974
5
14
USOC Officers’ Meeting, 6/1974
5
15
USOC Wrestling Committee Agendas and Minutes, 1970, 1972-1975 
5
16
USOC Wrestling Committee Minutes, 1959, 1963-1964, 1968
5
17
USOC Wrestling Committee Meeting Minutes, 1973-1974
5
18
Miscellaneous Proceedings, 1969-1975

 

   

 

 

Subseries G: Reports
5
19
Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Reports for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) 1973-1974
5
20
Development Committee Actions, 4/27/1973 and 11/16/1973
5
21
Development Committee Objectives for 1977-1980, 1977
5
22
Junior Olympics – Chicago International Tournament, n.d.
5
23
Miscellaneous Reports, 1953-1976
5
24
Miscellaneous Reports, 1973
5
25
National Coach Concept Report, 1974
5
26
National Federation Survey (Conducted by Budget/Development Committee), 1971-1973 (1 of 2)
5
27
National Federation Survey, 1971-1973 (2 of 2)
5
28
Pan-American Games, 1963
5
29
Soviet Union/ Poland Development Trip, 1974
5
30
Sports Budget/ Development Committee, 1973-1975
5
31
Survey of Wrestling Rules, n.d.
5
32
Tournament Results, 1964
5
33
USOC Committee Meeting, 1976

 

   

 

  SEREIS 7: AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION (AAU)/ USOC

 

 

Subseries A: Correspondence

5
34
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1963
5
35
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1965-1966, 1969-1971
5
36
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1972-1973
5
37
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1974
5
38
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1975-1977

 

   

 

  Subseries B: Printed Materials
5
39
S-3500, Pearson’s Bill, 1971-1973

 

   

 

  Subseries C: Miscellaneous Materials
5
40
Miscellaneous, [1973-1976]

 

   

 

 

SERIES 8: AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION (AAU)

 

 

Subseries A: Correspondence
5
41
AAU – Federation Negotiations, 1970
5
42
AAU – US Wrestling Federation Conflict, 1969-1970
5
43
AAU & NCAA, 1974
5
44
AAU Annual Convention, 1975
5
45
AAU Assistant to the President, 1974-1975
5
46
AAU Basketball, 1975
5
47
AAU Boxing, 1961, 1973-1976
5
48
AAU Personnel Committee, 1971
5
49
AAU Swimming, 1969, 1976
5
50
AAU Thank You Correspondence, 1972-1973
5
51
AAU-US Wrestling Federation Conflict, 1968-1969
6
1
Alex Romaniuk, 1966-1972 (correspondence to and from)
6
2
Amateur Basketball Association Correspondence and Constitution, 1975
6
3
American Athletic Association for the Deaf, 1963
6
4
Annual AAU Meeting: Phoenix, Arizona, 1976
6
5
Basketball Associations, 1976
6
6
Bicentennial Project: Houston, Texas, 1975
6
7
Bill Ferrell, 1972
6
8
Bobby Douglas: Arizona State University, 1977, 1984, 1986
6
9
Canadian Amateur Wrestling, 1963, 1976
6
10
Cancellation of Junior World Championships: Bulgaria, 1967
6
11
China Tour, 1975
6
12
Clubs and Organizations, 1975
6
13
Complaints, 1974-1975
6
14
Compliments on the World Cup Tournament, 1962
6
15
Congratulations on Appointment as AAU Wrestling Chairman, 1962
6
16
Convention in Spain, 1974
6
17
Corporate Sponsorship: National Wrestling Coach, 1978
6
18
Correspondence re: Budgets and Bills for World Cup Wrestling Tournament: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
6
19
Cultural Exchange Team to Europe, 1976
6
20
Dale Thomas – Oregon Wrestling Cultural Exchange, 1976-1978
6
21
Dominick (Dick) Torio – Torio Health Clubs, 1961-1978
6
22
Dr. Albert DeFerrari, 1962
6
23
FILA, 1972-1976
6
24
FILA, 1977
6
25
FILA, 1979-1981
6
26
FILA – AAU-Federation Dispute, 1970-1971
6
27
FILA – AAU-USWF Conflict: Beograd, Yugoslavia, 1972
6
28
FILA – Annual Meeting: Mexico City, 1978
6
29
FILA – Calendar Meetings, 1972-1978
6
30
FILA Congress, 1969-1970
6
31
FILA – Correspondence from John Dustin, 1975-1977
6
32
FILA – Correspondence from Milan Ercegan (FILA president), 1970s (1 of 2)
6
33
FILA – Correspondence from Milan Ercegan, 1970s (2 of 2)
6
34
FILA – Correspondence from Milan Ercegan, 1971-1985
6
35
FILA – Correspondence to Milan Ercegan, 1970-1980
6
36
FILA – General Correspondence, 1970-1985 (1 of 2)
6
37
FILA – General Correspondence, 1970-1985 (2 of 2)
6
38
FILA – General Correspondence, 1973-1978
6
39
FILA – International Correspondence, 1966-1984
6
40
FILA – Meeting: Lausanne, Switzerland, 1977
6
41
FILA – Werner Holzer and James Scott, 1985
6
42
Foreign Relations Committee, 1963
6
43
Formation of Wrestling Federation Apart from the AAU, 1968
6
44
Friends from Turkey, 1971-1972
6
45
From Joe Scalzo, 1963, 1970-1972, 1974-1975
6
46
From Joe Scalzo, 1968-1970
6
47
Fundraising, 1973-1977
7
1
General Correspondence, 1961, 1963, 1965
7
2
General Correspondence, 1963
7
3
General Correspondence, 1963-1978
7
4
General Correspondence, 1967-1969
7
5
General Correspondence, 1970-1971
7
6
General Correspondence, 1972
7
7
General Correspondence, 1973
7
8
General Correspondence, 1974 (1 of 2)
7
9
General Correspondence, 1974 (2 of 2)
7
10
General Correspondence, 1975
7
11
General Correspondence, 1976 (1 of 2)
7
12
General Correspondence, 1976 (2 of 2)
7
13
General Correspondence, 1977
7
14
General Correspondence, 1978
7
15
General Correspondence, 1978-1980, n.d.
7
16
General Correspondence, A-B (Last Name), 1973-1975
7
17
General Correspondence, A-B (Last Name) – Addressed to Scalzo, 1973-1975
7
18
General Correspondence, A-C (Last Name), 1968-1970
7
19
General Correspondence, A-D (Last Name), 1974-1985
7
20
General Correspondence, C-E (Last Name), 1973-1975
7
21
General Correspondence, C-E (Last Name) – Addressed to Scalzo, 1973-1975
7
22
General Correspondence, D-I (Last Name), 1968-1970
7
23
General Correspondence, E-I (Last Name), 1974-1978, 1985
7
24
General Correspondence, F-H (Last Name), 1973-1975
7
25
General Correspondence, F-H (Last Name) – Addressed to Scalzo, 1973-1975
7
26
General Correspondence, F-H (Last Name), 1974-1975
7
27
General Correspondence, J-N (Last Name), 1968-1970
7
28
General Correspondence, J-N (Last Name), 1972-1974
7
29
General Correspondence, J-N (Last Name) - Addressed to Scalzo, 1973-1975
7
30
General Correspondence, J-N (Last Name), 1975
7
31
General Correspondence, J-N (Last Name), 1976-1977
7
32
General Correspondence, O-R (Last Name), 1968-1970
7
33
General Correspondence, O-R (Last Name), 1973-1975
7
34
General Correspondence, O-R (Last Name) – Addressed to Scalzo, 1973-1975
7
35
General Correspondence, O-R (Last Name), 1975-1977
7
36
General Correspondence, S-W, (Last Name), 1965-1970
7
37
General Correspondence, S-Z (Last Name), 1964, 1974- 1977, 1985-1986
8
1
General Correspondence, S-Z (Last Name), 1973-1975
8
2
General Correspondence, S-Z (Last Name) - Addressed to Scalzo, 1973-1975
8
3
General Correspondence, from Jim Stevens, 1973-1975
8
4
General Correspondence, from John Dustin, 1974-1975, 1977
8
5
General Correspondence, from John Dustin, 1975 (includes clippings)
8
6
General Correspondence, from Joseph Scalzo, 1973-1975 (1 of 2)
8
7
General Correspondence, from Joseph Scalzo, 1973-1975 (2 of 2)
8
8
General Correspondence, from Joseph Scalzo, 1975
8
9
General Correspondence, from Joseph Scalzo, 1976
8
10
General Correspondence, from Joseph Scalzo, 1977-1980, 1985-1986
8
11
General Correspondence, from Newt Copple, 1973-1975
8
12
General Correspondence, from Newt Copple, 1974, 1976-1977, 1985-1986
8
13
General Correspondence: from Steve Evanoff, 1976-1977
8
14
General Correspondence, No Last Name, 1973-1975
8
15
General Correspondence, No Last Name or Source n.d.
8
16
General Correspondence, Ollan Cassell, 1970-1976
8
17
General Correspondence, Ollan Cassell, 1973-1975 (1 of 2)
8
18
General Correspondence, Ollan Cassell, 1973-1975 (2 of 2)
8
19
“God and the Soldier” Festival: Houston, Texas, 1975
8
20
Greco-Roman Wrestling, 1963-1978
8
21
High School Wrestling Foreign Exchange Programs, 1964
8
22
International Correspondence – Junior World Wrestling Championships, 1972-1973
8
23
International Correspondence – Wrestling World’s Championships, 1962
8
24
International Section of AAU, 1963-1964
8
25
International Travel – Korea, Japan, 1973-1975
8
26
International Wrestling, 1963-1978
8
27
International Wrestling, 1974, 1978
8
28
International Wrestling and Athletics, 1975
8
29
ISPEDS (International Sports Dept. of State) – Al E. Smith, Sports Officer, 1975-1976
8
30
Jim Stevens, 1968-1976 (includes resume)
8
31
Jim Stevens, 1969-1980
8
32
Jim Stevens, 1978
8
33
Joe Henson, AAU Wrestling Committee, 1963
8
34
John Dustin, 1984-1986
8
35
Judo, 1974-1976
8
36
Junior World Wrestling Championships: Mexico, 1969
8
37
Letters of Condolence – Richard Sanders and Alfred DeFerrari, 1972, 1976
8
38
Medical Seminar on Wrestling Speech: New Jersey, 1978
8
39
Mexico Wrestlers’ Visit to Toledo, 1974
8
40
Mike DiSalle and Congress, 1975-1977
8
41
Milan Ercegan – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
8
42
National AAU Basketball Committee, 1970
8
43
National AAU Convention, 1969
8
44
National AAU Convention, 1970
9
1
National AAU Convention: West Yellowstone, Montana, 1973
9
2
National AAU Tournament, 1962
9
3
National AAU Wrestling, 1974
9
4
National AAU Wrestling Committee, 1962-1970
9
5
National AAU Wrestling Committee, 1972
9
6
National Executive Committee Meeting: Indianapolis, Indiana, 1974
9
7
National Sports Organizations, 1973, 1975
9
8
National Standing Committee, 1963-1970
9
9
National Track and Field (Women’s), 1969, 1975
9
10
National Wrestling Championships, 1963-1968
9
11
National Wrestling Championships: California, 1963
9
12
NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association)-AAU Conflict, 1978
9
13
NCAA-AAU-Federation Conflict, 1970-1973 (1 of 2)
9
14
NCAA-AAU-Federation Conflict, 1970-1973 (2 of 2)
9
15
NCAA – Athletics and Wrestling, 1962-1964
9
16
NCAA – John Fuzak (President), 1975
9
17
NCAA – Mexico Trip, 1978
9
18
NCAA and USGF (US Gymnastics Federation), 1975
9
19
Nomination of  Henry Boresch for National Wrestling Hall of Fame, 1973-1975
9
20
Northwestern Ohio AAU Commission, 1968-1974
9
21
Offer to Scalzo from Army, 1970
9
22
Ohio AAU, 1958-1984
9
23
Ohio Wrestling, 1971, 1973
9
24
Polish Wrestlers’ Visit to Toledo, 1974
9
25
President’s Commission on Sports, 1972, 1974-1975
9
26
Publicity, 1974
9
27
Restructuring AAU, 1975
9
28
Restructuring AAU, 1975-1976 (includes clippings)
9
29
Robert Chalmers, 1974 (contains correspondence and resume)
9
30
Roger Coulon – AAU-US Wrestling Federation Conflict, 1969-1970 (1 of 2)
9
31
Roger Coulon – AAU-US Wrestling Federation Conflict, 1969-1970 (2 of 2)
9
32
S.2727, HR. 12626 (Amateur Sports Act), 1978
9
33
S-3500 (Pearson’s Bill), 1971-1973
9
34
Sambo World Championships: Tehran, Iran, 1973
9
35
Sambo Wrestling, 1970-1975
9
36
Sambo Wrestling, 1973-1974
9
37
Sarneige Wrestling Mats, 1979
9
38
Scalzo’s Nomination for Ohio Wrestling Hall of Fame, 1973
9
39
Scalzo’s Nomination to FILA Bureau, 1974
9
40
South Africa/ Oregon Exchange, 1976
9
41
Sports Medicine, 1975-1976
9
42
Swimming, 1967-1969
9
43
Swimming Lawsuit – Albert Shoenfield (plaintiff), 1975-1976
9
44
Tax Exemptions, 1951-1976
9
45
Telegrams, 1974, 1977
9
46
To Wes Brown (from Joe Scalzo), 1973
9
47
Toledo Area Wrestling Association, 1961, 1963
9
48
Toledo Area Wrestling Association, 1978
9
49
Toledo Committee – Wrestling World’s Championships, 1962
9
50
Toledo Oldtimers Golden Gloves Association, 1975
9
51
US Amateur Wrestling Association, 1969-1972
9
52
US Amateur Wrestling Foundation, 1962-1963
9
53
US Army Training Clinics for Wrestling Officials, 1968
9
54
US Gymnastics Federation, 1963, 1970, 1972 (includes clippings)
9
55
US International Skating Association, 1978
9
56
US Junior World Wrestling Championships, 1972-1973
9
57
US Wrestling Federation, 1964
9
58
USWF & AAU Negotiations, 1976-1977
9
59
Vincent Zuaro – Arbitration, 1973-1978
9
60
Women In Athletics, 1975
9
61
World Cup of Amateur Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1972-1973
9
62
World Cup of Wrestling – Donations, 1975
9
63
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975 (1of 2)
9
64
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975 (2 of 2)
10
1
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976 (1 of 2)
10
2
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976 (2 of 2)
10
3
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1977-1978
10
4
World Cup of Wrestling – Travel and Team Information, Toledo, Ohio, 1976
10
5
World Wrestling Championships, 1963-1969
10
6
World Wrestling Championships, 1965-1966
10
7
World Wrestling Championships: Edmonton, Canada, 1970
10
8
World Wrestling Championships: Freestyle and Greco-Roman, 1963
10
9
World Wrestling Championships: Madrid, Spain, 1974
10
10
World Wrestling Championships: Tehran, Iran, 1972-1973
10
11
World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1966
10
12
Wrestling World’s Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1961-1962  
10
13
Wrestling World’s Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962-1963 (1 of 2)
10
14
Wrestling World’s Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962-1963 (2 of 2)
10
15
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1965-1981 (1 of 2)
10
16
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1965-1981 (2 of 2)
     
    Subseries B: Financial Reports
10
17
AAU International Wrestling, 1974
10
18
AAU National Meeting: West Yellowstone, Montana, 1973
10
19
Amateur Wrestling Foundation, 1964-1965
10
20
Annual AAU Convention, 1975
10
21
Balance Sheet and Financial Statement, 1975, 1977
10
22
Balance Sheet, TV Distribution, and Revised Budget, 1976
10
23
Balance Sheets and Audit Reports, 1975-1976
10
24

Bills – Wrestling World’s Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962

10
25
Budget – AAU China Tour, 1975
10
26
Budget – World  Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
10
27
Budget and Financial Report – 1962 Wrestling World’s Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1961
10
28
FILA – Invoice for AAU, 1978 
10
29
FILA – Miscellaneous Financial Reports, 1975-1976
10
30
Financial Statements and Supplementary Data, 1974
10
31
International Events on TV – Income and Expenses, 1976
10
32
Junior Freestyle Wrestling Team: Trieste, Yugoslavia and Bulgaria, 1973
10
33
Northwestern Ohio AAU Commission, 1971
10
34
Ohio AAU Financial Reports and Budgets, 1958, 1978-1985
10
35
Sponsorship, World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
10
36
Ticket Sales Records, World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
10
37
World Cup Tournament (1975): Toledo, Ohio, 1976
10
38
World Wrestling Championships, 1966
10
39
Miscellaneous Financial Documents, 1973-1975
10
40
Miscellaneous – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
10
41
Miscellaneous – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
     
    Subseries C: Legal Documents
10
42
AAU National Convention: California, 1970
10
43
Affidavit – AAU, n.d.
10
44
Affidavit and Policy – AAU-NCAA-Federation Conflict, 1970-1973
10
45
Agreement of Cooperation, AAU and USWF, 1976
10
46
Amendments, Proposals, Rules, and Sanctions, n.d.
10
47
Civil Action Report, NCAA and USGF vs. USOC, 1975
10
48
Constitution – Northwestern Ohio Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association, n.d.
10
49
Contracts with Speedo and Phillips Petroleum Co., 1972, 1975
10
50
FILA – Proxy and Proposed Constitutional Amendments, 1976
10
51

FILA Statutes, 1979

10
52
International Amateur Wrestling Federation, 1965
10
53
Laws and Legislation Committee Report – Annual AAU Convention: Lake Placid, New York, 1971
10
54
National AAU Meeting, West Yellowstone, Montana, 1973
10
55
NCAA-AAU Conflict, 1978
10
56
Oregon Wrestling Cultural Exchange, 1978
10
57
Preamble to Constitution, US Amateur Wrestling Association, n.d.
10
58
Preamble to Constitution and By-laws, US Amateur Wrestling Association, n.d.
10
59
Rules and Regulations, 1963, 1976-1977 (includes correspondence)
10
60
Rules and Regulations, National Women’s Amateur Wrestling Association, 1974
10
61
World Cup of Wrestling Tournament: Toledo, Ohio, 1978
10
62
Wrestling – Nebraska School Activities Fund, 1976
10
63
Miscellaneous, 1973-1976
11
1
Miscellaneous Affidavits, Appeals, and Opening Statements, 1973- 1974, 1977
11
2
Miscellaneous Constitutions and By-laws (including Ohio AAU), 1958-1981
11
3
Miscellaneous Contracts, 1974-1976
     
    Subseries D: Photographic Material
11
4
National AAU Convention: San Francisco, California, 1970
11
5
National Convention: Washington, D.C., 1974
11
6
Negatives – World Cup of Amateur Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
11
7
Senior Wrestling Championships, 1961
11
8
World Cup of Amateur Wrestling, 1974-1975
11
9
World Cup of Amateur Wrestling: Toledo Ohio, 1973 (1 of 2)
11
10
World Cup of Amateur Wrestling: Toledo Ohio, 1973 (2 of 2)
11
11
World Cup of Amateur Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976 (1 of 2)
11
12
World Cup of Amateur Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976 (2 of 2)
11
13
World Wrestling Championships, 1969
11
14

World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962 

11
15
World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1963
11
16
Miscellaneous AAU, 1952-1983
11
17
Miscellaneous, 1953-1963
11
18
Miscellaneous, 1960-1982
     
    Subseries E: Printed Material
11
19
AAU and other organizations (Kiwanis), 1975
11
20
AAU Annual Convention: Lake Placid, New York, 1971
11
21
AAU Annual Convention: New Orleans, Louisiana, 1975
11
22
AAU Annual Convention: Washington, D.C., 1974
11
23
AAU Logos/ Badges, n.d.
11
24
AAU Medals – Sales Literature, 1963
11
25
AAU News, 1975-1976
11
26
AAU Newsletters – National AAU Wrestling Committee, 1971-1972
11
27
AAU Notices, 1963, 1965
11
28
AAU Notices, 1963, 1971, 1973-1975
11
29
AAU Pamphlets and Tourist Pamphlets, n.d.
11
30
AAU-USWF Negotiations, 1970
11
31

AAU Wrestling – Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen, n.d. 

11
32
AAU-USWF Conflict, 1969-1970
11
33
AAYOU Newsletters, 1974-1977
11
34
Accounts and Agenda: US Amateur Wrestling Foundation, 1963-1964
11
35
Advertising and News Releases – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
11
36
Advertising, Fundraising, and P.R., 1975
11
37
All About the AAU, 1974-1980
11
38
“Alphabet To Success” Speech by Scalzo, 1981
11
39
Amateur and Scholastic Wrestling Newsletters, 1968
11
40
Amateur Athlete Magazine, 1964, 1976
11
41
Amateur Athlete Yearbook, 1971-1973
11
42
Amateur Athlete Yearbook, 1974, 1976
11
43
Amateur Wrestling World’s Championships, 1962
11
44
American Judoman, 1974
11
45
Annual AAU Convention: Columbus, Ohio, 1977 (includes Law and Legislation Committee Report)
11
46
Annual AAU Convention: New Orleans, Louisiana, 1975
12
1
Annual Convention: Phoenix, Arizona, 1976
12
2
Application and Job Description of National Wrestling Coach, 1978
12
3
Application for Group “A” Membership in the USOC, 1977
12
4
Asian Wrestling Committee Calendar, 1980
12
5
Banquet of Champions, 1979
12
6
Boxing – Dr. Max Novich, 1976
12
7
Calendars and Schedules for Sporting Events, 1973-1975
12
8
Canadian Amateur Wrestling, 1966
12
9
Canadian Amateur Wrestling Association, 1975
12
10
Catalogs for Brochures, Plaques, and Clothing, 1977
12
11
Certificates, 1975
12
12
Championats Du Monde De Lutte Libre Amateur, 1977
12
13
Championship Programs, 1975
12
14
Christmas Cards, Post Cards, and Business Cards, n.d.
12
15
Cincinnati Marlin Swim Team History: The Long Swim to Olympia, 1974
12
16
Clippings and News Releases – Northwestern Ohio AAU Commission, 1973-1979
12
17
Clippings and News Releases – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
12
18
Clippings and News Releases – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
12
19
Clippings and Press Release – President’s Commission on Sports, 1975-1976
12
20
Clipping, Constitution, and Minutes – US Wrestling Federation, 1964
12
21
Clippings – China Tour, 1975
12
22
Clippings – Corporate Sponsorship of National Wrestling Coach, 1978
12
23
Clippings – Mike DiSalle, 1976-1977
12
24
Clippings – Oregon Wrestling Cultural Exchange Lawsuit, 1976-1978
12
25
Clippings – Sullivan Award Winner, 1975
12
26
Clippings – USOC Wrestling, 1961-1976
12
27
Clippings – World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962
12
28
Concerning Joe Scalzo, 1972, 1974, 1976
12
29
Cultural Exchange Information, 1970s
12
30
Directory of the AAU of the US, 1962-1963, 1965-1966
12
31
Directory of the AAU of the US, 1969-1970
12
32
Directory of the AAU of the US, 1971-1972
12
33
Directory of the AAU of the US, 1973-1974
12
34
Election to 1st Vice-President of AAU, 1972, 1974
12
35
Entry Forms for Clinics and Competitions, 1973
12
36
Facts about the AAU and the Physical Fitness Program, n.d.
12
37
Famous Trophies and Trophy Catalog, [1975]
12
38
Federation Wrestler Newspaper, 1976
12
39
FILA, 1970s
12
40
FILA – Basic Wrestling Vocabulary, n.d.
12
41
FILA Bureau Meeting: Kiev, 9/20/1983
12
42
FILA Calendar, 1970
12
43
FILA – International Wrestling Rules, 1973
12
44
FILA Member Lists, 1974, 1976
12
45
FILA News Bulletins, 1971-1972, 1974, 1976
12
46
FILA Official Bulletin, 1977-1978
12
47
FILA – Regulation of Officials, 1970
12
48
FILA Regulations – European Senior Wrestling Championships, 1978
12
49
FILA – Sambo Rules, n.d.
12
50
FINA Official Bulletin, 1974
12
51
FINA Statutes (International Swimming Federation), 1976-1980
12
52
“Goals in their Order of Priority,” 1974
12
53
Greco-Roman Wrestling, 1965-1976
12
54
Handbook and Personnel Guide – Junior Olympics, 1973-1974
12
55
Handwritten material (no author), n.d.
12
56
Hsinhua News Bulletin and Peking Review – AAU China Tour, 1975
12
57
Insurance Committee of AAU, 1975
12
58
International Amateur Wrestling Federation Statutes and Declaration on Sport, 1971-1973
12
59
International and Universal Sports Magazines, 1970-1971
13
1
International Wrestling, 1974-1975
13
2
International Wrestling Rules, 1967-1968
13
3
International Wrestling Rules and Statutes, 1970
13
4
Introduction to Amateur Wrestling by Scalzo, n.d.
13
5
Joel Ferrell for Vice-President, 1976
13
6
Law and Legislation Committee Annual Convention: Phoenix, Arizona, 1976
13
7
Mexico Trip – NCAA-AAU Conflict, 1978
13
8
Military and Sports, 1971-1972
13
9
National AAU Convention: San Francisco, California, 1970
13
10
National AAU Convention: West Yellowstone, Montana, 1973
13
11
National AAU Membership Certificates, 1971, 1974, 1978
13
12
National AAU Tournament Worksheets, 1953
13
13
National AAU Wrestling Championships, 1954-1966
13
14
National AAU Wrestling Championships: Lincoln, Nebraska, 1966
13
15
National Meeting: Kansas City, Missouri, 1972
13
16
NCAA Clippings, 1975
13
17
NCAA News, National Collegiate Wrestling Program, Constitution, and By-laws, 1963-1964
13
18
NCAA News and Official Wrestling Guide, 1968
13
19
NCAA Report on the Sports and Recreational Programs of the Nation’s Universities and Colleges, 1966-1967
13
20
NCAA Wrestling Tournament: Kent State University, 1963
13
21
News Clippings, 1964-1979
13
22
News Clippings – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
13
23
News Clippings – World Wrestling Championships: Edmonton, Canada, 1970
13
24
News Releases, 1960s
13
25
News Releases, 1973-1975
13
26
News Releases – Northwest Ohio AAU, 1977-1978
13
27
News Releases and Reports – AAU and US Wrestling Federation Conflict, 1968-1969
13
28
News Releases, Rules, and Reports – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
13
29
Newsletters and Bulletins, 1954, 1969, 1973-1975
13
30
Newspaper and Magazine Clippings, 1970s
13
31
Newspaper Clippings and Weight Information – World Cup of Wrestling: Tehran, Iran, 1973
13
32
Newspaper Clippings, 1973-1976
13
33
Newspaper Clippings, 1974-1975
13
34
Newspaper Clippings – FILA Dispute (AAU/USWF), 1970-1971
13
35
Newspaper Clippings – NCAA-AAU-USWF Conflict, 1970-1973
13
36
Notebook of Public Relations Activities – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1977
13
37
Notes for Program, World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
13
38
Official Entry Forms for Wrestling Tournaments, 1978
13
39
Ohio AAU, 1958-1972
13
40
Ohio Wrestling, 1971, 1973
13
41
Olympic and AAU Clippings, 1972-1976
13
42
Packet for West Germany, World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962
13
43
Paid Leave for Athletes (clippings and press release), 1974
13
44
Pamphlets – World Cup of Amateur Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976  
13
45
Pamphlets and Flyers – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
13
46
Pamphlets and Flyers – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
13
47
Physical Fitness, 1970s
13
48
Playing Politics With Sports, 1975
13
49
Polish Wrestlers Visit Toledo, 1974
13
50
Poster – AAU Junior Olympics, n.d.
13
51
Poster – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
13
52
Prepared Binder with Publicity, Budget, etc.: World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1979 (1 of 2)
13
53
Prepared Binder with Publicity, Budget, etc.: World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1979 (2 of 2)
13
54
President’s Commission on Sports, 1975-1976
13
55
Presidential Appointments, 1974-1975
13
56
Press Guide, 1975
13
57
Press Release, Itinerary, Clippings, and Expense Report: World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1963
13
58
Press Release: World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1978
13
59
Press Releases, 1972, 1974-1977, 1979
13
60
Press Releases, 1974
13
61
Press Releases and Miscellaneous: China Tour, 1975
14
1
Press Releases, World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962
14
2
Program, Annual Convention: Lake Placid, New York, 1971
14
3
Program, Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Swimming and Diving, 1965
14
4
Program, National AAU Outdoor Women’s Track and Field Championships, 1969
14
5
Program, National YMCA Wrestling Championships, 1965
14
6
Program, Philadelphia Marathon, 1975
14
7
Program, Track and Field Championships, 1975
14
8
Program, Women’s National AAU Basketball Championships, 1975
14
9
Program and Clippings, AAU Bicentennial Project, 1975
14
10
Program and Clippings, Golden Gloves, 1975
14
11
Program and International Rules, National AAU Wrestling Committee, 1972
14
12
Program and Proclamation, World Cup of Wrestling, Toledo, Ohio, 1975
14
13
Program and Final Results, Japanese Foreign Exchange Tour, 1964
14
14
Programs in Chinese, 1975
14
15
Program, Minutes, and Executive Brief, AAU Annual Convention: Miami Beach, Florida, 1969
14
16
Programs, Banquet of Champions, 1973-1981
14
17
Programs, Junior World Wrestling and Indoor Track and Field Championships, 1973
14
18
Programs for Sporting Events, 1974-1975
14
19
Publicity, 1974
14
20
Publicity, World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1966
14
21
Publicity Questionnaire for FILA Representatives and Bureau Members, 1972
14
22
Regulations and Agreements, World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962
14
23
Remarks and Statements, President’s Commission on Sports, 1975-1976
14
24
Requirements for the Good Wrestling Official, n.d.
14
25
Restructuring the AAU, 1975-1976
14
26
Results, Wrestling Championships: Sweden and Bulgaria, 1963
14
27
Results and Clippings, World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
14
28
Rules for Organizations and Sporting Events, n.d.
14
29
Sambo Wrestling, 1972, 1975
14
30
Scalzo Nomination and Election to 2nd Vice President of National AAU, 1970
14
31
Scalzo FILA Bureau Nomination, 1974, 1976
14
32
Scalzo’s Notebook: USSR Trip, 1975
14
33
Schedule and Photograph, World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
14
34
Schedules and Programs, World Cup Tournament: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
14
35
Schedules and Results, National AAU Wrestling Championships: San Francisco, California, 1963
14
36
Scholastic Wrestling News, 1975
14
37
Scholastic Wrestling News, 1976
14
38
Scrapbook, High Altitude Training: Adams College, Colorado, 1965
14
39
Song Lyrics, “Bad Bad Scalzo Joe,” n.d.
14
40
Song Written by Scalzo, “Golden Years,” n.d.
14
41
South Africa/ Oregon Wrestling Exchange, 1976
14
42
Spain Convention, 1975
14
43
Spectator’s Guide to Sports (Contribution by Scalzo), 1975
14
44
Speech Material, Pamphlets, and Clippings, Medical Aspects of Wrestling and Olympic Prospects, 1978 (folder contains audiocassette)
14
45
Speeches, 1975
14
46
Speeches and Messages from Scalzo, 1974-1975
14
47
Sports Illustrated – China Tour Articles, 1975
14
48
Stan Dziedzic (National Wrestling Coach), 1978-1979
14
49
Surveys from AAU Wrestling Charter to Europe, 1975
14
50
Sweden Itinerary, 1983-1984
14
51
Swimming World Magazine, 1976
14
52
Team Rosters, World Wrestling Cup: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
14
53
Tehran Guide, World Wrestling Championships: Tehran, Iran, 1973
14
54
The Blade Newspaper Insert, World Cup of Wrestling, 1973
14
55
“The Soft American” by John F. Kennedy, 1960
14
56
Things To Do – World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
14
57
Toledo AAU, 1978
14
58
United States Wrestling Federation, 1970
14
59
USAREUR Wrestling Coaches and Officials Clinic, 1968
14
60
USWF and AAU Negotiations, 1968, 1970, 1972
14
61
Women’s Basketball, 1974, 1976
14
62
World Amateur Wrestling Championships: France, 1965
14
63
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
14
64
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
14
65
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
14
66
World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1977-1978
14
67
World Cup Of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1979
14
68
World Wrestling Championships, 1960, 1962, 1966, 1970
14
69
Wrestler’s Ear, 1977
14
70
Wrestling Competition: Programs and Registration Sheets, 1956-1986
14
71
Wrestling Events Applications, 1975-1977
14
72
Wrestling in Lausanne, Switzerland, 1977
14
73
Wrestling Magazines and Newsletters, 1969-1978
14
74
Wrestling Officials Manual, Constitution, By-laws, and Report: US Wrestling Federation, 1966-1968
14
75
Wrestling Officiating, 1969-1970
14
76
Wrestling Opportunities for Wrestlers, Coaches, and Officials, 1976
14
77
Wrestling Tournament Applications and Programs, 1953, 1978
14
78
Writings and Reports by Scalzo, [1976]
15
1
Miscellaneous AAU Programs and Magazines, 1970, 1975, 1978
15
2
Miscellaneous Bulletins, etc., 1970s, 1985
15
3
Miscellaneous: Toledo Area Wrestling, 1976-1978
15
4
Miscellaneous, World Wrestling Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1962

 

   

 

  Subseries F: Proceedings
15
5
AAU National Directories, 1961, 1975-1976
15
6
AAU Presidential Nominations, 1974
15
7
Agenda – National AAU Convention, 1970
15
8
Agenda – USWF-AAU Meeting, 1976
15
9
Agendas, 1964, 1974, 1977
15
10
Agendas and Notices of Meetings, 1970-1976
15
11
Agendas, Minutes, and Schedules, National Meeting: Phoenix, Arizona, 1976
15
12
Agendas, Minutes, and Schedules, Presidents Commission, 1976
15
13
Agendas, National AAU Convention: New Orleans, Louisiana, 1975
15
14
Calendars – AAU National and International, 1975-1977
15
15
Calendars – FILA, 1979-1982
15
16
FILA Bureau: Portoroz, Yugoslavia, 1978
15
17
FILA Congress Meeting: Montreal, 1976
15
18
FILA Congress Meeting: Mexico City, 1978
15
19
First Pan-American Meeting of Executive Committee, 1976
15
20
Membership – American Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association, 1963
15
21

Membership – National AAU “3000” Club, n.d. 

15
22
Membership – Ohio AAU, 1958-1978
15
23
Membership – People and Organizations, 1954-1975
15
24
Membership and Calendar – National AAU, 1974-1976
15
25
Membership and Committees – Toledo Area Wrestling Association, 1978
15
26
Membership and Minutes – Northwestern Ohio AAU Commission, 1968-1980
15
27
Membership and Minutes – Ohio and Northwestern Ohio AAU, 1972-1977
15
28
Membership and Schedules – Toledo Area Wrestling Association, 1970-1979
15
29
Membership, Minutes, and Financial Report – Ohio AAU, 1972, 1976
15
30
Minutes – Amateur Wrestling Foundation: Waterloo, Iowa, 1969
15
31
Minutes – Annual AAU Convention: San Francisco, California, 1970
15
32
Minutes – Annual AAU Convention: Lake Placid, New York, 1971
15
33
Minutes – Annual AAU Convention: Washington, D.C., 1974
15
34
Minutes – Coaches Commission, 1977
15
35
Minutes – Executive Committee, 1969, 1971-1972
15
36
Minutes – FILA Bureau Meetings, 1972
15
37
Minutes – FILA Finance Commission Meetings, 1976-1977
15
38
Minutes – FILA Miscellaneous Minutes, 1973, 1976
15
39
Minutes – National AAU Wrestling Committee, 1955
15
40
Minutes – National AAU Wrestling Committee International Section, 1962-1963
15
41
Minutes – National Greco-Roman Coach’s Meeting, 1977
15
42
Minutes – National Meeting: Kansas City, Missouri, 1972
15
43
Minutes – National Syllabus Committee, 1978
15
44
Minutes – Ohio AAU, 1971-1984 (includes some financial reports)
15
45
Minutes – S-3500 “Pearson’s Bill,” 1973
15
46
Minutes – Toledo Organizing Committee, Amateur Wrestling World’s Championships, 1962
15
47
Minutes – USAWA (AAU) Meetings, 1970
15
48
Minutes – World Cup of Wrestling Tournament: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
15
49
Minutes – World Cup of Wrestling Tournament: Toledo, Ohio, 1976
15
50
Minutes – World Wrestling Championships Committee, 1961-1962
15
51
Minutes – Wrestling and AAU Board of Directors Meetings, 1963, 1970, 1975, 1977-1978
15
52
Minutes and Committee Assignments, Wrestling World’s Championships, 1962
15
53
National AAU Wrestling Committee Meetings, 1965-1975
15
54
National AAU Wrestling Committee Meeting, 1977
15
55
National Executive Committee Meeting: Indianapolis, Indiana, 1974
15
56
National Executive Committee Meetings, 1975-1977
15
57
National Meeting: West Yellowstone, Montana, 1973
15
58
Nominations, 1966, 1973-1974
15
59
Reunion du Bureau FILA Meeting: New Delhi, India, 1967
15
60
Rosters and Coach Lists, World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1973
15
61
Schedule and List of Attendants, International Festival, 1972-1973
15
62
Schedule, World Cup of Wrestling: Toledo, Ohio, 1975
15
63
Schedules for Wrestling Events, 1973-1977
15
64
Schedules, Committees, and Calendars, 1966-1985
15
65
Schedules, National AAU Wrestling and Others, 1974-1975
15
66
Sports Arbitration Board Report, 1968
15
67
USWF-AAU Meeting: O’Hare Airport, 1970
15
68
Vincent Zuaro: Arbitration, 1973, 1977-1978
15
69
Weight Class, Amateur Wrestling World Championships: Toledo, Ohio, 1966
15
70
Miscellaneous Minutes, 1962-1975 (1 of 2)
15
71
Miscellaneous Minutes, 1962-1975 (2 of 2)
15
72
Miscellaneous Minutes and Agendas, 1964-1985

 

   

 

  Subseries G: Reports
16
1
AAU-NCAA- Federation Conflict, 1970-1973
16
2
Chairman’s (Scalzo’s) Convention Report, 1965
16
3
Chairman’s Report: Amateur World Wrestling Championships, 1966
16
4
Championats D’Europe, 1976
16
5
China Tour, 1975
16
6
Colorado-Oklahoma Amateur Wrestling Team Tour: Japan, 1962
16
7
FILA Reports, 1980-1981
16
8
Foreign Exchange Programs, 1974-1975
16
9
Fundamentals of Sports Training for Wrestlers; Planning and Controlling of Training Loads in Wrestling, 1976
16
10
Fundraising, 1968, 1974, n.d.
16
11
Greco-Roman Reports and Results, 1969-1978
16
12
Information Compiled to Secure AAU Wrestling in the USA and FILA, 1969-1970
16
13
International Federation of Gymnastics, 1970
16
14
International Wrestling, 1969, 1972, 1975
16
15
Introduction to Greco-Roman Wrestling by Joe Scalzo and Joe Lanzi, n.d.
16
16
Junior Worlds, Greco-Roman Wrestling Team Camp, Goals and Status of Wrestling, 1970-1971
16
17
Law and Legislation Committee Report: AAU Annual Convention, 1974
16
18
Ohio AAU Reports and Results, 1966-1979
16
19
Olympic AAU Reports, FILA Annual Meeting: Mexico City, 1978
16
20
Present Status of a National Sports Medicine Institute, 1971
16
21
Reports for Northwestern Ohio AAU Commission, 1970, 1973, 1979
16
22
Reports on World Championships, 1969-1970
16
23
Request for Federal Funds from Existing or Pending Federal Programs, n.d.
16
24
Results and Report of Pan-American Wrestling Team, 1971
16
25
Results for Wrestling Championships, 1964, 1966, 1975
16
26
Results from Competition, 1973
16
27
Results of AAU Freestyle Wrestling Championships, 1966
16
28
Results of the World Cup of Wrestling, 1973
16
29
Results of Wrestling, including World Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden, 1977
16
30
Review of the AAU, 1973
16
31
Reports Written by Scalzo, n.d.
16
32
Sport in South Africa, 1977
16
33
“Supervisors Should be Coaches” (by Scalzo), n.d.
16
34
Tournament Results – AAU and Olympic, 1964-1965
16
35
USA-Poland-USSR Wrestling Exchange, 1974
16
36
What Does Our National Governing Body for Amateur Wrestling Want? n.d.
16
37
World Championships Report by Scalzo, 1969
16
38
World Wrestling Championships, 1960-1962
16
39
World Wrestling Championships: Edmonton, Canada, 1970
16
40
World Wrestling Championships: Yokohama, Japan, 1961
16
41
World Wrestling Championships Results, 1969
16
42
World Wrestling Tournament Champions, 1975
16
43
Miscellaneous, 1974-1976
16
44
Miscellaneous Reports, n.d.
16
45
Miscellaneous Reports by Scalzo and others, 1974-1976, n.d.
     
    Subseries H: Subject Files
16
46
Bill Farrell: US Freestyle Coach, 1970
16
47
Clippings and Publicity – Scalzo, 1956-1964
16
48
FILA Meeting – Scalzo’s Personal Notes, 1972
16
49
Personal Notes from China Trip, 1975
16
50
Publicity – File by Scalzo, 1951-1957
16
51
Scalzo Biography, 1958-1962
16
52
Scalzo’s Certificates and Awards, 1954-1976
16
53
Scalzo’s Personal Correspondence, 1966-1985
16
54
Stan Dziedzic, National AAU Wrestling Coach, 1978-1983
16
55
World Cup Tournament Organizing Information, 1973