Edward Morris Orrill Jr- Madison Cubs Basketball

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A / f ^ 7 TT77 · Kai Monroe Cracks Whip To On Cubs' Fast Break Madison Trail «: 31 58 MitchiU O so SI 4; us Club Features Aggressive Play By DALE BtTKGKSS : iladison, lad., March 15.--L=) -You -You can tfcro-^v a baseball from : Erowa Memorial ,tmx:n3.-!:u.-n ;=:o . the Ohio river, but not a fishing line. It's Kentucky's river, rti^ht up to tht^ ifadison shore, ai-.d you have . t o trot over to Millar., Ky,. for s license license ro go after thc Fiddler cat-, 1 -i^h. i Undoubtedly, it's a f r u s t r a t i n g ' situation for 'Madison's small fry--; ' j u s t ns it hrts become rr.oriotonous ; . f o r Coach Kay Kddy of Madison' Iliph school ;o he. stopped j u s t ' short of ;hc state hirh school ba--i-' ktitbail ch:Lmpionship. : ilddy. whoso high-scoring Cubs- niect South Bend Central in the! state finals Saturday, was a playar- in the "Sweet Sixteen" with t h c : Columbus Bu!ldoi,-s. H.-.s team los; i to Washington in 192S, 22-20. j ^ w Frankfort's champs did it the eovt I _. ' "''·""· urg year. 2S-21. Then Eddy went to Purdue and learned about the fast' 11 "cat 9.S points a frame. b.-c.-ik. | Schnaitter ha.s 195 pounds N E W A U B A N V S B C T I O N A l , K » i r l » Sitm ItEGlOXAL SKMI-F1.VALS i t v i l l , . . . . . . . . 0 * fin.- '· ^' [ · 1 J i | ' 1 ~ Coming- to Madison, a f t e r conch- distributed over his six-foot, ir.;: Toll City six seasons. Eddy h a d ' I n c l 1 f^anio and Is art a!i-:iround the Cubs in the championship game'- :Uh3l -' te - * Ic pitched Madison'.vi field. Cd in ism. They couldn't 'handle! American L.- K ion Junior baseball I "'··"'·- -'· L "'TM- -M'«iKm a n d i ^ ^ . ^ ^ ' l / o u r - c l u i o r s - Wayne. n,,ii, ,,-,,,, ?-,"5 ,:l-_.° r . :^ and Ted 1 n . lost. ,,D-3J Since t h e n . Madisun has i dropped t h r e e s c m i - f i n o l s ;:a mos bv u K'-and lot.il of ciyht points. It Crawfordsvillc in 194:!. 38-29; ;B;,tesvi11c 33-13, 26-20, and AII-! - ^v« la «^: ^- cubs ! t h e i r second 1 belting Suminitvillc, title 53-3S, (/1 , "°- orc , ns ns f.rst baseman covered second. Ser%-er, whose last name seems Jo h c a permanent fixture in Mad- ison lineup, is the lad who P^ys and generally holds bv Cubs together. He w.is preceded , , and ! *· the team by brother Juck. n st ^ 1-awrencburg, 47-10. at Purdue, and Don, tho 1941 Gim! Gim! Mun ='O scml-fmal This time, Eddy and 3,000 oth-r be! prize-winner, who is a Madison fans hope they have thelsional baseball plavor with SL 1 P'^TM " ' ,als crsburp. Fla. Their father. l i t t l e j u n i o r Dee Monroe. Monroe, n shnrp-f.iced. wol!-built . . . p (Ced) Server, was a Madison ketball player in 1915 and 1B16. Gu.-u-d Jim Wcrbc, the f i f t ( y o u n g s t e r . !s only rive-nine, but the Gu.-u-d Jim Wcrbc, n , na a t u Ki-eaU-at basketball marksman ever j starter, also is a second-pencration turned out in this MO-year-old river I cub. His father, Earl, played scnlors port. He can hit from any place' 19-S. "nd bas the quick-stopping ability [ The Madison rosier: t h a t .maltffs bifr guards look bad' J'os. Jlt- m a pel!-mo!l j;:inio. j Dee Monroe J-^ 1'' J^ | Monroe set a new school record M' :J Orrill l o t -JO-I points last year and attracted I S. Schnaltttcr C j c o n s i d e r a b l c attention. This yoarJTcil Scrvor Ci Ci he proved h e ' w a s just warning- up'-""' Wnrbe ^', ' Uill Johaitn !·' Doii JlcCauley G Ed Cheatham (i I last season. He has had 198 field 13--'goals and 10-1 free t h r o w s in 27 for an even 500 points, an average o£ 13.5 points a game. I Stan Weber I? Madison, a school of 20S pupils--| Charles Browne C short on reser\'o strcnRth. its starting five can match And it plays- aggressively. T H E CUBS UNDOUBTEDLY amor.c; the "hip four" -9 6-2 0-1 5-10 .'i-ll 5-H 5-JO 5-11 6-1 W(. Class 1-10 Sr, : 100 Sr |P ln ; jar, 155 ,)r. 155 ,J r. Sr _ Sr Jr. So. Jr. 19-S , , 1947 world I l 4 Quintets Survive In Grade Tourney without Honroe, but it's just as true that they wouldn't be t h e r e ! the r u n n i n g as T , -., , ,, - ,, , wl!1 P ]av . 18 games Jackson, Howard, New London .nd Darrough Chapel still were without Spence Schnaitter, Ed Orrill Orrill and Ted Server. Schnaitter, only really big ruan grade school basketball tournament tournament squared away Tuesday for semi-final round at Greeiitown's on the team, probably has caused gym Wednesday evening. more tempers among- opponents') Jackson, 24^20 conqueror of Ervin fans than any other player on t h e ' i n the opener Monday squad. A terrific jumper, he hasn't clash with Howard in the 7 been out-rebounded or out-pushedjsemi-final opener Wednesday. this season. And he has averaged! London, which dropped

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  1. The Kokomo Tribune,
  2. 15 Mar 1949, Tue,
  3. Page 10

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