Edward Morris Orrill Jr.- lose to wildcats

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Edward Morris Orrill Jr.- lose to wildcats - Mere’s How The Wildcats Took Madison Into Camp...
Mere’s How The Wildcats Took Madison Into Camp i. ADISON — JASPER FIRST QUARTER J M V.'hite, one hand ............................. ~ 0 Mtnihach, one hand ...................... 4 0 White, fast break .......................... <3 o ¿•ehutz, fast break ...................... 8 0 Monroe, free throw ...................... 8 1 an me .................................................. 8 Lnmp. follow .................................... 10 Sehnaitter, follow .......................... 10 4 Vhite, one hand .......................... 1~ 4 • umbach, foul circle ................... 14 4 .tump, free throw .......................... 15 4 lion roe, free throw ........................ lo 5 f-.ime ..................................................... 15 t! Sehnaitter, tip-in .......................... 15 8 SEl'MM) QUARTER Monroe, one hand .......................... 15 10 Vhite, free throw .......................... 10 10 r on roe, under ............................... 10 1‘- Dmip, corner .................................... 18 12 ,V‘hnaitter, free throw ................. IK 13 i imp, other corner.................... . 20 l.'l V.'hite, overhead ............................. 22 13 White, five throw .......................... 23 13 Cheatham. free throw ................. 23 14 .Schütz, corner ............................... 25 14 ‘Monroe, free throw ...................... 25 15 came .................................................... 25 10 Monroe, follow ............................... 25 18 Monroe. fa.M break ........................ 25 20 M luilz, lonsr 1 hand ...................... 27 2<* i>unu. follow .................................... 20 20 Monroe, foul circle ...................... 20 22 Monroe, follow ............................... 2!* 24 i >‘r-. looper .................................... 31 ‘.’4 .Monroe; follow ............................... 31 20 "Monroe, fast break ..................... 31 28 TIIIRI) ({I ARTER rycr, free throw.......................... 31 20 V hite, fast break .......................... 33 20 8<*hutz, corner ............................... 35 20 Monroe, under ................................. 35 31 White, fast break .......................... 37 31 Seluttz, follow ............................... 35> 31 lump, jump pivot .......................... 4 1 31 Monroe, drivinsr ............................... 41 3.3 ¡•'•hnaitter, follow ........................ 4 1 35 hnaitter, under .......................... 41 .37 ( heatham. fast break ................... 41 3!» i it-'hfield. free throw ................. 42 30 1 um hitch, free throw ................. 43 .3!* Schnaitter. free throw ................. 43 40 Rumbach. follow ........................ • FOURTH QUARTER Sehnaitter, tip-in ........................ Cheatham, one hand long.......... Cheatham, free throw .............. White, driving............................... White, free throw ........................ Monroe, driving............................ Rumbach, follow ........................ Orrill, free throw’ ........................ _ same ................................................ I White, free throw ........................ Litchfield, under .......................... Pimp, long one hander . ............ Schnaifter, follow ........................ Monroe, one hand ........................ Monroe, free throw ................... same .................................................. I)imp, pivot ........................................... Berg, under .................................... Berg, free throw .......................... Server. Ions' one hander.............. Monroe, long one hander .......... White, lousr one hander.............. Monroe, driving............................ 43 40 45 4*2 45 44 45 45 47 45 48 43 4847 50 47 50 48 50 40 51 40 5.‘l 40 53 40 5351 53 53 55 34 53 53 57 55 59 65 00 55 (50 57 00 50 0*2 50 OM 01 Hark The Herald (Concluded from Page 1) is due for a year (or years) of real progress and achievement. Let’s all enter into the spirit of “Wildcat Week”, March 21-27. FAZOLA DEAD New Orleans, March 21 —(INS)— The world of jazz today mourned one of its greatest innovators — Irv Fazola. Fazola, a clarinetist known as one of the greatest of second generation New Orleans jazz men, died yesterday yesterday at his New Orleans home as the result of a heart attack. He was 36. Fazola, whose real name was Irving Irving Prestopnik, had played with such famous bands as Louis Prima, Glenn Miller, Bob Crosby, Ben Poliak, Poliak, and Horace Heidt.

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  1. The Herald,
  2. 21 Mar 1949, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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