"The former captain of the Browns, he was a combative linebacker for four years before starting his coaching career at Case in '50. He was an assistant at the U. of Washington and head pilot at Northwestern and Western Illinois.
Lou started his AFL life at Boston in '60 only to leave in mid-'61. He came to the Bills as director of player personnel and then replaced Buster Ramsey as coach for the '62 campaign.
Born in Brookfield, Illinois, he was a quarterback at Indiana. Lou speaks Chinese well, serving as a language interpreter during World War II."
-Don Schiffer, Pro Football 1963