Edward Morris Orrill Jr.- more state finals
Ceased State Cage Cro^vn " As Usual-To Usual-To Balanced Team Ry JIM MITCHELL Tribune Sport? Editor Jasper's irrepressible Wildcats--for all their rung de! de! feats in the regular season *nd their hairbreadth esc/apes Â· in the regional, semi-final and lius! phases of the tourna- ; ment--are the 39th occupant of the Indiana high- school 'basketball championship dais and the next few weeks ; should be fi-ld days for the ~ ---, ---, moralists. ' . Undoubtedly the achieverser-.t already already has been heralded :hrouÂ£l*,- ' o u t thc length nnd oreadth of ij-.o land a.s thc f i n a l t r i u m p h of :rue devotion to purpose through t h i c k linn t h i n . And, undoubtedly, tl-.o . Wildcat.*)' Astounding parade past A u b u r n , NTadi^on nnd Deo Monroe |at the Butler flcldhouse last rtc.t- !urday was all of t h a t . ! But in the books o:" t!ir 'ir.g f r a t e r n i t y , the M-lS lh- Jaspers scorrd over An i i n the afternoon and t h e si :62-61 decision t h e y \vn:nÂ£: jMAdison in the second higliest- ;ing f i n a l e gamn on record nrÂ« 'ing written up from a .lif: 1 ,; CU.VMl'ICXNSHir GAMK MAUISOX Monroe. Orrill. Â£ 'X ((!] ) ... ; . . , 14 1 1 f 1^. Jf . S 1 - 1 - I I '2 (1 0 Johann, | TILE COU.EAGL'KS of Cubby O'Xeill wlio were present among: thc 15,000 onlookers at the finals are u n d e r l i n i n g two facts u b o u t the Jasper ball club-- it-s c.x- i c c l l e n t balance and its perfect -psy- ;cholos-lc.i! preparation, for the job a t hand. And brother O'Neill, who unhesitatingly ranks this b u n c h of [Wildcats below several of his n i n e t o J:\sper varsiiios, probably his share cif credit on bath i c o u n t s fi'om U;c boys in the bus:- CO:IL'!'- Â·iciorv .ubu;-n zzlinp. from r- ho- is per 's J.\S1Â»KK UK) i,'.tphri.-uK : j. SuT.rtouiv^ci. i . . . . Rnrribaeh. c A l t o n , s TotaM 0 0 1 23 15 11 'e. Ft. l-f. Jasper, the smallest of the - f i n a l S Jo Score-- Jaspi-r 31. Madison 2$. Free Throws Missed--Monroe. Schni:i!ter 2, Cheathnm 2. Sorver. Sorver. UtclifleSd. J. Stenftenagel 2. R u m b a c h 2, Berg. ; w i t h six m i n u t e s and seven remaining. Rumbnchi tallied to make it 50-47 but Eii Ori-ill's two free, throw* narrowed to one point acaln with the clock showing 5:13. White hit .-Â» c h a r i t y on Chatham's fifth persons! persons! to make it M--15 nnd Litch- :our as regards t h e physical, heroes Sunday hy thouÂ»-[ B. parade a l w o u n d down Main! truck car-i Jasper, Mayor H. E. Thyen! e ] i n l l thc week Leo (Cabi of Jasper-- day. Jnspcr crtrncd Uiroc poyltJons nnd Madison placed tJirre. South Bftnd juid A u b u r n , the also-runs at tho f'imil*, each worked one man Into t.hc select circle. Here nrc tho sclcrtlon?.: I-'orjv:irdK--Doe Monroe ajid Ted Scrvnr (Madison) and Â«ci'- ome Stfliiftnua^c.'! (Jasper). Con tcrs--.1 Jm Schooley (Aub (Aub u r n ) iind Sptnoc Sftlinftittcr Oiuirds--Hob \\ r hlte and Tom SchuU (.Jasper) nnd .TacU rÂ»r- rical (OntroJ). All hut Server were honoroil :it their ro^ulur pOKitimis. Server Server was moved from j*imrd to That tied it at M-35. Stenftcnafrel j regained the lead for Jasper with a. I bucket and iJer^'s basket and ^freo I toss ran it to 60-53 before Server and Monroe connected for Mnili^ I son. Wliitc's final bucket, finished I Jnr.prr's scoring ^vith 47 seconds t.o KO and Monroe scored for Madi! Madi! son to make it 62-61 with 23 seconds seconds romidninpr. Jasper stalled out the remainder of one of the wildest of al] championship championship sr^nics. Monroe wound up with 14 field Koals on 3?. attempts and he didn't lilt froni the f i e l d before the second quarter. I n that period, however, he cracked civ;ht two-pointers in 13 tries.