Members of the U.S. Olympic basketball team pose with the team's coaches in New York's Madison Square Garden, April 1, 1952, after Peoria Caterpillars defeated Kansas, 62-60, in the Olympic tournament final. Front row from left: Bob Kenney, John Keller, Clyde Lovellette, Bill Lienhard, Dean Kelley, Charlie Hoag and Bill Hougland, all of Kansas. Center row from left: coach Forrest C. "Phog" Allen, who will be assistant coach of the Olympic team; Howard Hobson of Yale, chairman of the Olympic committee; and Peoria Coach Warren Womble, who will be head coach of the Olympic team. Back row, from left: Wayne Glasgow and Bob Kurland of Phillips Oilers, Ron Bontemps, Frank McCabe, Marcus Freiberger, Dan Pippin and Howie Williams, all of Peoria.
Members of the U.S. Olympic basketball team pose with the team's coaches in New York's Madison Square Garden, April 1, 1952, after Peoria Caterpillars defeated Kansas, 62-60, in the Olympic tournament final. Front row from left: Bob Kenney, John Keller, Clyde Lovellette, Bill Lienhard, Dean Kelley, Charlie Hoag and Bill Hougland, all of Kansas. Center row from left: coach Forrest C. "Phog" Allen, who will be assistant coach of the Olympic team; Howard Hobson of Yale, chairman of the Olympic committee; and Peoria Coach Warren Womble, who will be head coach of the Olympic team. Back row, from left: Wayne Glasgow and Bob Kurland of Phillips Oilers, Ron Bontemps, Frank McCabe, Marcus Freiberger, Dan Pippin and Howie Williams, all of Peoria. Matty Zimmerman AP
Members of the U.S. Olympic basketball team pose with the team's coaches in New York's Madison Square Garden, April 1, 1952, after Peoria Caterpillars defeated Kansas, 62-60, in the Olympic tournament final. Front row from left: Bob Kenney, John Keller, Clyde Lovellette, Bill Lienhard, Dean Kelley, Charlie Hoag and Bill Hougland, all of Kansas. Center row from left: coach Forrest C. "Phog" Allen, who will be assistant coach of the Olympic team; Howard Hobson of Yale, chairman of the Olympic committee; and Peoria Coach Warren Womble, who will be head coach of the Olympic team. Back row, from left: Wayne Glasgow and Bob Kurland of Phillips Oilers, Ron Bontemps, Frank McCabe, Marcus Freiberger, Dan Pippin and Howie Williams, all of Peoria. Matty Zimmerman AP

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