College basketball's loss is professional basketball's gain: Frank McGuire leaves the University of North Carolina to become coach of the Philadelphia Warriors of the National Basketball Association. Beyond his remarkable skills, McGuire is a man of immense charm; more important, he has dignity and class, and pro basketball coaches in the past have not been outstanding in these respects. McGuire can be expected to show his fellow coaches how to behave on the bench, and one day, hopefully, we will see the end of the childish outbursts at referees' decisions that demean the sport. If McGuire can get topnotch behavior out of Philadelphia's high-scoring prima donna, Wilt Chamberlain, the Warriors may yet win the league title everyone has predicted for them the past two years.
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