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FRIDAY, 8 JANUARY 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, 8 JANUARY 1965 TUE 1~IICIIIC.AN BATtY

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EX-VIKING AID:
or m Gilmer Chosen as Lion Coach

By SCOTT BLECH plained. "Oliver (Darden) only possibly pull another victory out DETROIT P} - Harry Gilmer,
had one point against Princeton of the fire, as he had already done former Detroit Lions quarterback
Operation: Rebound. and was not an effective rebound- twice before. and Minnesota Vikings assistantI
The on ursin cages aed k - er . .. We were hurt without Dar- In addition to these difficulties, coach, was named head coach of
ing long hours in Yost Field House I' den under the boards . .. but he'll the officials called intentional the National Football League's
thirws eekin Teparionr ito- Ibe ready Saturday." fouls on Pomey and Larry Tregon- Lions yesterday.
morrow's Big Ten opener with Il-y
linis.Daren issd jg in the last minute of play. Gilmer succeeds George Wilson

There was no elaboration to
Ford's statement except that Gil-
mer would be in Detroit Friday for
a meeting at Lions headquarterst
at 11 a.m.
Presumably the meeting will be;
for Gilmer's formal introduction:
as the Lions' new coach.
In Minneapolis, Vikings Coach
Norm Van Brocklin had nothing E

"Harry has been the kingpin in
developing our defense. With a
guy like Harry, you can give him
a lot more responsibility because
he can handle it. He's got a lot of
pride about his work. You never
have to worry about the job be-
ing done when you assign him
to it."

"We think that we've corrected Without the Wolverine junior
the errors that we committed last under the boards, St. Johns 6'7'
week," Coach Dave Strack said sophomore Sonny Dove was able
yesterday. The Wolverines are to grab 18 rebounds. George Pom-
working to bounce back from their ey played most of the St. John's
75-74 loss to St. John's. game instead of Darden. Pomey
started because of Darden's sub-
par Princeton performance and
Tickets Ieft because of Pomey's consistent play
this season.

"We studiedthe films arnd are
convinced that Pomey just swiped
at the ball and committed a non-
tentional foul," Strack com-
mented. "The second foul could be
called intentional since Tregon-
ing was faced with a two-on-one
fast break."
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who quit recently.
Owner William Clay Ford of the
Lions said Gilmer had accepted a
three-year contract, but terms
were not disclosed.
The hiring of Gilmer followed
the mid-December firings of Wil-
son's five assistant coaches and
Wilson's later resignation.
Wilson walked out on Ford in
a huff, complaining he could not
work under conditions imposed
by Ford. Wilson reportedly had
been deprived of much authority
he previously held.
The announcement of Gilmer's
employment came in a terse state-
ment by a Lions spokesman.

Tickets for tomorrow's basket-
ball game against Illinois and
tonight's and tomorrow night's
hockey games against North
Dakota are still on sale at the
Athletic Ticket Office at State
and Hoover.
The ticket office will be open
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today.
Hockey tickets still not sold
may be purchased at the games.
Any remaining basketball
tickets will be sold Saturday
morning at the ticket office.
Schedule Break
"This is the first week in a long
time that we are able to concen-I
trate on past performances,"
Strack pointed out. "With exams
and our tight schedule, we have
not had much time to practice."
Strack was of course disap-
pointed in the Holiday Tourna-
ment results. His team defeated
Manhattan, 90-77, but squeaked
by Princeton, 80-78. When Prince-
ton All-American Bill Bradley
fouled out with 4:37 to play,
Michigan"trailed by 14 points.
Bradley scored 41 points and was
voted the tournament's MVP
award. "He's a fine ball player
with moves similar to those of
Terry Dischinger (Detroit Pis-
tons)," Strack added.
"We did not play as hard as we
are accustomed to," Strack ex-

M t L~i. iv T myi l z-
The 6' 4" senior is expected to
start against Illinois but Strack n ar
said that Darden would see a lot
of action.

but praise for Gilmer and con- ment for Gilmer as Vikings' de-
gratulations for the Lions. fensive coach, Van Brocklin said,
"Detroit got itself a real guy," "I'd rather you didn't ask me
Van Brocklin said. "It's going to about that."
i sGilmer had been Van Brocklin's
be a terrible loss for us. Harry No. 1 assistant since the Vikings
Gilmer, besides being a great foot- were organized four, years ago.
ball coach, is about the finestn
person I've met in football. Under Gilmer, the Viking de-
"I hope the Lions n12outfense-a conglomeration of mis-
of 14 next year forns win12obutwe fitting parts four years ago-ma-
be out to beat him twice tured into a respectable one which
last year had permitted oppon-
"I sure hate to lose him, but I ents an average of only 21.1 points
sure wish him well in getting the a game. In 1961, the Vikings
job. allowed an average f 9 1 nei+c

Michigan built up a 16-point
lead against St. John's in the sec-
ond half with Cazzie Russell scor-
ing 10 points in four minutes and
Pomey and Bill Buntin combining
for seven more. The Wolverines
stymied the St. John's offense
during that period as they em-
ployed a full-court press. "We had
to stop pressing when we quit
scoring," Strack explained.
Lose Lead
Michigan made mistakes and
had difficulty scoring in the last
part of the second half and saw
their lead disappear. In addition
to their shooting dry spell, Russell
and Buntin each acquired their
fourth foul of the game. Russell
fouled out in the final minute of
play and was thus not around to

Here is next week's public skat-
ing schedule at the Michigan Ice
Rink:
Tuesday, Jan. 12-10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Wednesday, Jan. 13-8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Thursday, Jan. 14-10 a.n. to 12 noon.
Saturday, Jan. 16 - 10:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 17-3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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-Daily-Jim Lines
BIG BILL BUNTIN works his way clear for a jumper against
Wichita in the Wolverines' thrilling last-second triumph at
Cobo Hall in Detroit. Buntin will be seeking to equal his 37
point total that he notched at Illinois last year when the Illini
invade Yost Field House tomorrow at 2 p.m.
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Michigan athletic director H. O.
(Fritz) Crisler has a suggestion
to help prevent college football
players from signing professional
football contracts before their
eligibility has been used up.
A committee of NCAA officialsI
will meet with representatives
from professional teams next week
in Chicago to discuss the problem.
The latest incidents involve four
Oklahoma stars and one from
Georgia who signed prematurely.

ber schools to work for a profes-
sional team in any capacity but
that such rules do not apply in
some conferences.
T h u s coaches working for
schools without such restrictions
are free to be employed in the pro
ranks.
Greatest Ever'
CORVALLIS, Ore. (P) -Coach
Tommy Prothro of Oregon State
said Wednesday a study of the
Rose Bowl game films convinces
him that Michigan is the greatest,
football team he has ever seen.
Michigan defeated Oregon State
34-7 in the game.
"We had some bad luck and we
had some bad lapses, but we hadj
those all year and managed toI
recover," said Prothro.
"This time our opponent was
just plainly superior. I don't know'
if we played better all year, but
I don't think so. If we played that
well in every game, no one else
would have beaten us.
"The pictures are really inter-
esting. There were times when our
players blasted Michigan players
at full speed and only wound up
flat on their backs with the other
people on top of them. I've never
seen such hitting."
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Crisler pointed out yesterday'
that the colleges have no author-
ity to prevent the pro teams from
breaching their own agreements.
But he pointed out, "One possible
answer is to withhold co-opera-
tion with the professionals.
"College teams frequently give
the scouts information and appra-
sials of seniors. The scouts are
also allowed to attend practice
sessions and are given game
films."
Crisler also added that Big Ten
rules forbid the officials of mem-

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