Monday, November 30, 2015

Jule Rivlin

Julius Leon Rivlin


Born:
February 2, 1917
Pittsburgh, PA

Died:
September 23, 2002
Los Angeles, CA


Career
1932-33 Tridelphia High School - Wheeling, West Virginia (High School)
1933-34 Tridelphia High School - Wheeling, West Virginia (High School)
1934-35 Tridelphia High School - Wheeling, West Virginia (High School)
1937-38 Marshall University (College)
1938-39 Marshall University (College)
1939-40 Marshall University (College)
1939-40 Akron Goodyear Wingfoots (Independents)
1940-41 Akron Goodyear Wingfoots (NBL)
1943-44 Wyoming Ft. Warren (Military)
1945-46 Toledo Whites (Independent)
1946-47 Toledo Jeeps (NBL) - Player / coach
1947-48 Toledo Jeeps (NBL) - Player / coach
1948-49 Wheeling (AAL)
1949-50 Wheeling (AAL)
1950-51 Wheeling (AAL)
1951-52 Wheeling (AAL)
1955-56 Marshall University (College) - Head coach
1956-57 Marshall University (College) - Head coach
1957-58 Marshall University (College) - Head coach
1958-59 Marshall University (College) - Head coach
1959-60 Marshall University (College) - Head coach
1960-61 Marshall University (College) - Head coach
1961-62 Marshall University (College) - Head coach
1962-63 Marshall University (College) - Head coach

Born to Daniel (1892-1970) and Celia Radbord Rivlin (1895-1956) in 1917. He was from a poor family, and was as good at track as he was at basketball. He turned down a track scholarship at Pitt to go to Marshall. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War 2. After coaching Toledo for a few seasons, he opened a sporting good shop in his hometown before being approached to coach Marshall.
Married Esther Komesor in 1945, and they had a son, Jerry, and four daughters;  Randy Schneider, Sherryl, Susan Wolfe, and Felicia Thayer

Source:
http://www.huntingtonquarterly.com/articles/issue81/rivlin.php

Stats:
http://www.basketball-reference.com/nbl/players/r/rivliju01n.html
http://www.justsportsstats.com/basketballstatsindex.php?player_id=pricepa01

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