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August 16, 1974 - Image 11

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AICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven
EW ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Northwestern hires Pont

remaining eight years and then
retiring . . . I feel, however,
that I now can retire without
any reservation on my part
about turning over the program
to others."
"Under Pont, I think North-
western will start a winning
tradition, I hope," Dye told a
news conference. "I want to
get back this fall for at least
one game . . . I want to see
Northwestern beat N o t r e
Dame, or Nebraska, or both."
Pont, who succeeds Dye offi-
cially on Sept. 1, said he ex-
pects to name an assistant ath-
letic director in about two
weeks. Waldo Fisher is retiring
as assistant after a 5-year stay
at the university.
"I'm pleased and sorry to
see Tippy leave because of a
professional reason and a per-
sonal one," said Pont, who in
his first season as Wildcat coach
last year compiled a 4-7 record.
"The word 'dignity' is the best
one I can find to describe him.
"I hope to keep the team
competitive. There was no

problem in the transition. I
have never been hindered or
hampered in any sense of the
word as head football coach."
Announcement of the change
was made by President Robert
H. Strotz of the university who
said, "Tippy's contributions to
Northwestern's intercollegiate
athletic program have been
many in the past seven years."
"His retirement came as no
surprise to me," Strotz said.
"It was Tippy who initiated the
question with me for retirement
this year rather than at the end
of the next academic year."
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