Edward Morris Orrill Jr. to fight school decision
Coach To Fight School Decision MADISON, Ind. (UPI)-A high -, •. ... ' „ -i i- , ..t iohool basketball coach Vnd hiS assistant, facing possible firing be- .cause of their financial interest in a bowling alley cocktail lounge, will fight the dismissal. Julius (Bud) Ritter, coach at Madison High School, said Thursday he will appear at a school board meeting next week to fight the move to force him to either give up.the cocktail lounge .or his coaching job. Ritter and assistant coach Edward M. Orrill Jr. were the objects of a resolution drawn up at a special board meeting last Tuesday. The resolution would establish a policy against the re-employment of any teacher holding or connected with organizations holding alcoholic ibeverage permits. RitterJ" Orrill and DrJ Robert O. Zink are owners of a $500,000 bowling alley scheduled to open here next month. The alley in eludes a cocktail lounge. Ritter said "We are stockholders in the Madison Bowling Corp. A manager is going to run the entire show." He said the cocktail lounge, ; which will open threti -or four weeks after the bowling alley, will be separate fromi the lanes and will not-be visible from them. •He said that if the board followed its policy to the letter it would have to fire- every teacher who belonged to a country club. Supt. George Cook said the situation is a "policy, matter for the school iboard to decide."