William E. "Bill" Murphy (November 15, 1917 – May 16, 2005) was an American Championship Tennis player and Coach. In 1938 and 1939, Murphy and his twin brother, Chet, won consecutive Big Ten Conference doubles championships while competing for the University of Chicago. Murphy won the 1939 Singles title at the Western Tennis Association tournament in Chicago. In 1941, he earned a Master's Degree in Physical Education from George Williams College in Chicago. He was a War hero in World War II as a in the Pacific, helping sink the . In 1948, he became the Coach of the University of Michigan tennis team, where he remained for 21 years until 1969. He led Michigan to and the in 1957. In 1970, he became the Tennis Coach at the University of Arizona and retired in 1981. He remained in Tucson an

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  • William E. "Bill" Murphy (November 15, 1917 – May 16, 2005) was an American Championship Tennis player and Coach. In 1938 and 1939, Murphy and his twin brother, Chet, won consecutive Big Ten Conference doubles championships while competing for the University of Chicago. Murphy won the 1939 Singles title at the Western Tennis Association tournament in Chicago. In 1941, he earned a Master's Degree in Physical Education from George Williams College in Chicago. He was a War hero in World War II as a in the Pacific, helping sink the . In 1948, he became the Coach of the University of Michigan tennis team, where he remained for 21 years until 1969. He led Michigan to and the in 1957. In 1970, he became the Tennis Coach at the University of Arizona and retired in 1981. He remained in Tucson and died in 2005 at age 87. (en)
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  • William E. "Bill" Murphy (November 15, 1917 – May 16, 2005) was an American Championship Tennis player and Coach. In 1938 and 1939, Murphy and his twin brother, Chet, won consecutive Big Ten Conference doubles championships while competing for the University of Chicago. Murphy won the 1939 Singles title at the Western Tennis Association tournament in Chicago. In 1941, he earned a Master's Degree in Physical Education from George Williams College in Chicago. He was a War hero in World War II as a in the Pacific, helping sink the . In 1948, he became the Coach of the University of Michigan tennis team, where he remained for 21 years until 1969. He led Michigan to and the in 1957. In 1970, he became the Tennis Coach at the University of Arizona and retired in 1981. He remained in Tucson an (en)
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