Edward Morris Orril Jr. to fight decision
was Cubs' Ritter To Fight Suppression MADISON, Ind. (UPI)-A ;chool basketball coach and assistant, facing possible firing cause of their financial interest bowling alley cocktail lounge, will fight the dismissal. Juliue (Bud) Ritter, coach at Madison High School, said Thursday Thursday he will appear at a school ooard meeting next week to :he move to force him to either give up the cocktail lounge or coaching job. Ritter and assistant coach Edward Edward M. Orrill Jr. were the objects of a resolution drawn up a special board meeting last Tuesday. The resolution would establish establish a -policy against the re-employment re-employment of any teacher holding or connected with organizations at of holding alcoholic beverage permits. Ritter, Orrill and Dr. Robert Zink are owners of a S500.000 bowling alley scheduled to open here next month. The alley in- eludes a cocktail lounge. [ H o f Ritter said "We are stockhold-! ers in the Madison Bowling A manager is going to run o f entire show." He said the lounge, which will open three four weeks after the bowling will be separate from the lanes and will not be visible from He said that if the board e i lowed its policy to the letter m would have to fire every teacher who belonged to a country Supt. George Cook said the situation situation is a "policy matter for O school board to decide. Ritler became head coach n 1954 and has had two undefeated undefeated teams.