In addition to football, Mr.Jones also coached track, volleyball and basketball throughout his long 35 year career. Pictured is his 1945 track team from Madison West High School.
Wisconsin State Basketball Winners. Madison West High School, 1945
Mr. Jones efforts were even recognized by the then-current White House administration. Pictured is the White House administration congratulating Mr. Jones on his continues efforts and work towards bettering the Madison community.
In 1932, The University of Wisconsin Hosted the Wisconsin State Basketball Competition. Almost 20 high school teams competed at the tournament only for Beliot High, coached by Jones, to take the championship.
Jones examining his plaque when he was inducted into the Madison Sports Hall of Fame, 1974.
The Jones Leadership Center would not have been possible without the generous contribution and support from Mr. Jones' daughter Dottie and her husband Bob. Dottie wanted a way for her father's contribution to the Madison community to be remembered and celebrated for year's to come. What came after was the modern day Jones Leadership Center and the formation of the Empower Leadership Series: The JLC workshop series dedicated to students who want to develop their leadership style through empowerment and reflection.