|Otto and Paul Brown at Canton, Ohio Pro Football Hall of Fame standing in front of Otto's bust after Paul's introduction speech at Otto's induction. 1965|
|Otto's high School picture in a collage of successful people who got started by playing basketball, at the basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA.|
|Bogie Buster Hall of Fame Induction for Otto.
L to R: Coach Paul Brown, Otto, Coach Ara Parseghian
|Otto and Paul Brown (AGNN)|
|Accomplished golfer, Otto plays in numerous tournaments each year . . . and usually wins.|
|Otto and Paul Brown, his Cleveland coach of ten years seen with pro-football Hall of Fame bust on day of Otto's 1965 induction into HOF. Otto asked Paul to speak and introduce him. 1965|
|Otto and kids with Hickok Belt, now on display at Hall of Fame.
Otto Graham, the Cleveland Browns great quarterback, now retired, shows the Rae Hickok belt, which he won as the Professional Athlete of the Year in 1955, to his children, in his home at Willoughby Hills, a Cleveland suburb. L to R: 9 1/2 year old Duey, 8 year old Sandy, Otto and 5 year old Davey.
|Otto Graham, former star of the Cleveland Browns, pats the bald pate of New York Giants ace quarterback, Y. A. Tittle after receiving trophy as the greatest professional quarterback of all time. Graham, now football coach at the Coast Guard academy and a Coast Guard commander, was chosen in a poll of sports writers conducted by an oil firm. Tittle placed third in the poll.
Otto named Best QB-All-Time by 1963 Sports Writers. Coach & A.D. at the Coast Guard Academy at the time. Y. A. is in the Hall of Fame.
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