Nicknamed "Doggie," Coach Julian was known for his disciplined style of play. In his 41-year career, he coached Albright, Muhlenberg, Holy Cross, Dartmouth, and the Boston Celtics. In 1947, Julian led Holy Cross College as the first New England team to win the NCAA title. After two years coaching the Boston Celtics, he made Dartmouth Ivy League a power to be reckoned with, winning titles in 1956, 1958, and 1959. Altogether, Julian coached his teams to five NCAA tournaments and two National Invitational Tournaments. He also wrote the popular book, Bread and Butter Basketball.
Died July 28, 1967