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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 8, 1965, Chester, Pennsylvania                              1 A DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.) DAILY' TIMES ____________Friday. January IMS_____________ Another View Bv Kd Gebhart Harry Gilmer Named Coach of Detroit Lions JACK CORDON. All-Delco gridder from Sprinjc- I'icld escaped injury throughout the football season but really ifot banged up in the Kiwanis Bas- ketball Tournament. Against Lansdowne-Aldan, Cordon .suffered a giish near his right eye which eighl required eighl stitches to close. He's expected to rejoin the Cougar lineup for to- night's game ex-Spring- field High basketball great Ted Crary is starting o r Michigan State in the Big Ten and getting his share of points. He's only a soph All slate quarterback John- ny Waller snorted a Syracuse the man to beal on the YMCA handball court. He gave Floyd Furniss, the Sun Vill- age grid mentor, a real going over the other nighl Luke Howard says there still are a few Old Timer banquet tick- els available but to act fast if you don't want to be disap- pointed. The fact that the al- jersey while watching the Ki- i fair will be held on Saturday wanis tourney, but he's still (Jan. 30) this year will permit listening to offers. Ridley even more out-of-town guests Township All Delco team- mate Kenny Bosacco received a Connecticut U. jersey from Buyer who would very much like to recruit both Bosacco and Waller lor the Uconns Mike Flan to attend Barry Shane, standout guard at Lehigh, made the All-Opponent team selected by Bucknell U. Shane is a Springfield High grad who catches in the Delco i League each summer. Lans- the ormer Si. James j downe.s steve s d ireballer. skipped foot- (m Temple> team honors from the Bisons Ron Rainey, the Chester High court coach, is the clos- est thing we've seen on the sidelines to Jack Ramsey, the St. Joseph's College coach. Like Ramsay, Rainey spends Ihe entire game squatted or leaping on the sidelines. And, like Ramsay, his Clippers are bowling over all comers. ligh fireballer, ball at North Carolina U. and went out for fall baseball prac- lice. Mike reports that he lost 15 pounds but gained back a lot ol the old zip on his fast- ball Kiwanis spectators were greatly impressed by the ambidextrous shooting of L- A's John Rossi, rated by Coach Bill Radcliffe as one ol the hardest workers he's ever coached. CHUCK POOLE, the hot shot pinochle player from Sinclair, tried his hand at basketball the other day and hobbled off with a busted ankle Bas- ketball's loss is going to be of- ficiating's gain: George (Hawk) Ricci, the old Chester Rec League immortal, will forsake the pivot for a whis- tle looter's job this season Vince Renzulli, former classmate of Tom (iola at La- Salle College, has perfected a new shot which he claims will carry Nether Providence to the Delco Teachers League title this season. On that same team, local favorite Harry Miller has been benched aft- er losing a head to head game with a local snortswrit- er whose name I'm too mod- Palmer Is LA Open Choice Cntck Held Faces A rule LOS ANGELES (AP) Open up them golden gates, men, here come the professional golf- ers in the first of 1965's long and rich schedule of tournaments, jlhe Los Angeles Ope.i. It is the 39th edition of the ivent which traditionally aunches the winter circuit, and arries the largest purse in its listory. Guess who is the favorite. You are thinking maybe J. C. Goo- sey? Possibly James Black? Roger Ginsberg? No. Fellow name of Arnold Palmer. U.S. OPEN KING Along with Palmer are such luminaries o' the game as the U. S. Open champion, Ken Ven turi, who won this one in 1959; Champagne Tony Lema, the British Open champio.i; PGA chamoion Bobby Nichols, and virtually all the other top money winners of 1964. ANGELO TIBURZI, the est to mention. Green- halgh Piping's Johnny McKen- na, realizing he may have lost a step or two over the years, already has started working out for the J965 Softball sea- son under the watchful eye of trainer Johnny McCloskey Speaking of Softball, the Del- no Invitation League has its j seemingly indestructible vet- eran Delco League standout, collapsed at his place of em- ployment Thursday and was rushed to Chester Hospital. Ange recovered later in the day but will be laid up for sometime until the exact na- ture of his ailment is known. Bob Paries, AH-Delco quar- terback from SI. James High, is the object of a three-way battle between (he Navy and Air Force academies and Maryland U., each of which would love to put Bob in a football uniform .Bobby Ewlng, who is running neck- and-neck with Artie Waldron for the title of Mr. Notre Dame in this area, has among his most prized posses- sions a 1929 Notre Dame yearbook. Included is the Fightin1 Irish all opponent football team for that year. .Listed at tackle is Tank High- berger of Carnegie Tech. Tank, of course, is the for- mer NFL official who works at Sun Oil .Butch Linden, The Rancho Municipal Go] Club course, par whose yards have beei well drenched by recent rains, s the tournament site. j Whether the other pros like it or missing are Jack Micklaus, whose only major win last year was the most money, and Gary Player of South Africa is the general pick to pocket the winner's purse next Monday. Paul Harnev was a surprise winner here last year, with a 72- hole total of 280. Palmer thinks it will take 275 to do it this year. LITTLE LOW "I know that seems a little he said, "especially si'.ice Harney won with 280, but you ask what I would take and I say first meeting set for Feb.' 1 at i lhe ex'Sl- James great> is sporting a brand new car which has among its extra equipnvint a compass so Butch won't gel lost Swarthmore High grap Ron Herbster is rated by Duke bas- which time the loop may split into two divisions, an "open" and a "county" setup. LOU ORONZ10, whose gridiron comeback was cut short by an attack of com- mon sense last fall, looks like Ex-'Bama Great Gets Viking Aide Is Promoted DETROIT (AP) Harr Cowboy Hat) Gilmer, onetim ilabama collegian forwar assing sensation, is the ne oach of the Detroit Lions of th National Football League. The Lions and millionai wner William Clay Ford sigm Jilmer Thursday to a reporte contract al ecret meeting at club head-! quarters. Gilmer, lured away from the Minnesota Vikings where he was a top aide to coach Norm Van Brocklin for four years, succeeds the resigned coachj Jeorge Wilson, victim, of Ihe .ions' coaching upheaval last month. 'BAMA GREAT The 38-year-old Alabaman, star of the great Crimson Tide teams of the middle and late 1940s and who set records ga- lore for his era, was grabbed up by the Lions less than three weeks after Wilson's resignation following the firing of all his five assistant coaches. Ford, of whom fans here were critical for his handling of the pre-Christmas coach removals, said he was happy to get Gil- mer. The Lions reportedly received the approval of the Vikings be- fore they made their tender to Gilmer. The clubs were said to have talked together beforehand and the Vikings gave the Lions a go-ahead in their effort. On one score surely the Lions have added to club luster. HORSE LOVER Gilmer, a horse lover with a (stable of his own, is apt to wear By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Committee on Pro-Cpt-fhis 10-gallon hat and cowboy !lege Relations headed by Jim boots out in public as well as on Corbett of Louisiana State, will the football sidelines where his getup is a familiar sight to NFL HARRY GILMER new coach NCAA Target Is AAU, Pros THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Committee on Pro-C CHICAGO (AP) The Na- 'ege Relations headed by Jim ONE FOR WARREN lona's Warren Isacc out- reaches DiKiuesne's Jim McNulty (front) and Wall i Lmitseh for rebound in first half of Thursday night's game at Madison Square Garden, lona's Kevin Jlc- Culloch (left) watches, lona won, 63-61. New Mexico U. Has 11-1 Mark By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS downing NYU 8273 in the Tea- l'ra Harge has graduated. So uire of a doublehcader at New ive Claude Williams and Mike [York's Madison Square Garden. tional Collegiate Athletic Asso- ciation opens it 59th annual con- meet with pro representatives vention today, a convention thatjas well as the NCAA's Legisla- have Lucero. Nevertheless the New And fourth-ranked St. Jo- fans. Mexico Lobos again are in thc.scPh's of Philadelphia similarly forefront of college basketball "s record n-' Dv crushing te.lnls Lehigh 85-55 at Beihlc-hcin, Pa. Coach Bob King's boys from 'rhe Hawks and Davidson were is expected to center around the1 live Committee and the Ameri- Detroit won't be new to won loth the only teams in the AP Top Later he admitted with war wilj, tne Amateur can Football Coaches counter-imer. He played quarterback and upped their record Ten to see action. smile that he had a practice Aihletic Union over control of Part committee before drafting round of 66, five under par, atjamateur athietics in this coun-jany recommendation. the Los Angeles Country Club s Byers expects stroi rv i Another major item on the of the proposal to put teeth and seldom saw any ac- i- .-_ xrr- A A mar the NCAA's oolicv backinc the agenda is NCAA concer.i over the NCAA's policy backing the Angeles Country north course, one of the tough- est in the nation. 'That was pretty good, I he conceded. Incidentally, J. C. Goosey, Jim Black and Rogtr Ginsberg are not fictional golfers by any same penalties for failure to premature signing of collegiate u-s- Track Field Federa- athletes by professional four-year-old squabble means. J. C. cut a pleasant figure out here a few years back but golf writ- ers in C. has the Lions in 1955 and 1956. n_i whipping Arizona! Davidson had to come in those seasons he was in the Byers expects strong support shade of the illustrious Bobby leagues. with the AAU. tion The Lions traded him, to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1957. The Lions signed Gilmer in a private session at club head- The convention proper opens, The amendment would invoke Quarters where he talked svith keball fans "The best sixth Jed into obscurity and his native national tournaments. man in the country." hills of Tennessee. Recruiting Is First Odell Job PHILADELPHIA (AP) Bob Eastern small-college football Odell. the new head AraGets Neiv Pact FromND SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Ara Parseghian, who rose to Contract terms were not im-1 national fame as Notre Dame ;ely disclosed. [football coach in 1964, has re- 42-year old Odell, formerjceived Ihe inevit ule fruits of Uw. delegates was oniboycotl AAU competition as hand for today's openhg ses- prevails for NCAA recruiting sion involving registration and violations. These incilude proba- meeting of college track and'tion and bans fromjxwl games baseball coaches. Main issues when the 500-plusu voting delegates mostly ath-j letic directors and faculty rep-j resentatives get dowo to busi-! ness, involve what to do about !lhe eager-beaver pros, the NCAA-AAU feud, and an aca- demic standard for sored competiton. The way will be cleared for action on the premature pro signing of football collegians at a Sunday sessio.i of the Corn- on College-Professional ons. Raceway Appoints Ed Hogan Ford, General Manager Edwin J. Anderson, personnel boss Russ Thomas, and Bud Erick- son, assistant general manager. Ford said Gilmer was the Lions' first choice "from the start" and was the only man to be offered the job. The list of reported possibiities had includ ed at least 20 men. 4TH IN WEST The Lions finished fourth in the NFL's Western Division last year after being crippled through much of the campaign by the loss of key players through injury, including passer Earl Morrall. Wilson, coach for seven years, from slate" 69-48" Thursday0night'" t.i Ihe second half to beat his rate the Lobos may better NYU. The Wildcats, down by 53- heir 23-G record of last season 47, were rallied by big 1-red vhen they tied for the Western.lletzcl. Held to iwo points in the Athletic "Conference champion-ifirst half, led on ll-point shin arid finished runner-up to spur! thai put Davidson on top. Bradley in the NIT. He finished with 12 points. Dick Ellis, a junior from liuli- lona uset Duqucsne 61! Oil PI led the Lobos to their the Garden first game lome-court victory with 16 Warren Isaac's -lO-Iool long shot with just two seconds lett to coach at the University ol Penn- America back in 1943, says onelassistant at Yale, Temple and 1 glory from Ihe university. of his first tasks will be an "ag-'Wisconsin, said his first task Notre Dame has spiked his >t would be to acquaint himself four-year contract and given gressive recruiting piogram. with tkE at Penn, toihim a five-year pact. Terms Odell, who planned to come get organized with his staff, and here today for the contract for- then "start recruiting." malilies, said Thursday at Lew-; Odell will inherit a reportedly isburg, Pa., that he had powerful freshman team re- F.d Hogan, public relations dHresigned two days after his five Irector for the Eagles' footballlassistants had been fired. Ford Walter Byers, NCAA execu-jclub the last 18 years, today said the firings were effected in Davidson, No. 10 in The Asso-lplav. ciated Press poll, also made it1 Bradley, Utah Slate and Ari- 10 in a row and 11-1 all came through on the road. Bradley came from 10 poims back to edge 71-fi.'l helped by Chuck Buescher's 10 points in the clinch. Albert Johnson's dunk basket with two seconds left gave Ari- zona a 02-60 overtime triumph over Wyoming. Roy Walker's 20-foot jumper with 17 seconds left gave Ulah State an 86-84 victory over Utah Rick Barry, the nation's lead- ling scorer, lossed in 45 points 'against Jacksonville as the Mi- ima, Fla. Hurricanes overcame) ir an by John Stiegman, who eJ the head coaching post aii seven seasons at Bucknell dismissed last Dec. versity, which he built into an; live consecutive losing seasons. :tor, said the NCAA's'was named to a similar capa- an effort to get a against pros jumping at Liberty Bell Park, Phila- ing start" for the 19 live directo program Ihe gun in signing collegiansjdelphia's harness racing track. probably will be aimed al ai Hogan's appointment was an- fresh coach- 1965 season. "reasonable course" of action. Byers said the solution ob- viously was to convince the pro leagues that player drafts should be conducted after bowl games. were not "sclosed by Athletic Director Ed Krause, who made Ihe annoacement Thursday. It was not indicated if any other S ili around a year. jwas al! Writers Association ofl America. i League game. 1 1 Tricomi 0 2 Chridge 1 '1 Baljlcv 0 2 Prsger 3 b Lelerver Damora Donev Former Virginia Military In- able addition to the track's ,standout Gu.y sank erations. He will be the with Mori Berry who has done 18 field goals in Ihe first 12 wilh games played Friday minutes and led 42-18 at f at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. at if the first period. i Brookhaven Junior High, and Elsewhere in the NBA, and their coiiches arc: V. .1. pace (John Loufjhery scored a career al Coeburn School. of 31 points in leading the Balii- e'' n s and more Bullets to a 110 -105 victory! ver the Detroit Pistons at Bal- G F P t a a I 'Ian outstanding job as j o publicity director sincejouy I opening in 1963." Hogan worked for Ihe Phila- j isidelphia Record for 20 years G F P 2 It 0 Smith 1 Gilcress 4 IB Schol'ger D 1 I 5 13 G F P 13 I 3  Pointi. BODY FENDER REPAIRS MICHAEL'S sXy 2M3 Concord Hi., Cht.ltr I a.m. h> 7 p.m. TR <-788S   

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