Edward Morris Orrill Jr.- more state finals2

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Edward Morris Orrill Jr.- more state finals2 - Cage Crotyn As Usual" To Balanced CHAMPIONSHIP...
Cage Crotyn As Usual" To Balanced CHAMPIONSHIP GAME , MADISON' (61) FR. Ft.rf. Monroe, f M Orrlll, f > 1 Schnaitter. c S Server, p 1 Werbe. g 0 Cheatham. R Johann, f 0 By JIM MITCHELL Tribune Sports Editor . Jasper's irrepressible Wildcats—for all their nine deli feats in the regular season and their hairbreadth escapes in the regional, semi-final and final phases of the tournament—are the 39th occupant of the Indiana high school basketball championship dais and the next few weeks should be field days for the!" moralists. -J i Undoubtedly the achievement al- • Monroe f 14 8 ready has been heralded through-; ~ prin j, '."".[ i 2 ! out the length and breadth of the hand as the final triumph of true: {devotion to purpose through thick. Sand thin. And, undoubtedly, the 1 Wildcats' astounding parade past Auburn. Madison and Dee Monroe \ at the Butler fieldhouse last Sat-: urday was all of that : But in the books of the coach-; ing fraternity, the 53-4S victory: the Jaspers scored over Auburn; In the afternoon and the stizling. j 62-61 decision they wrung from; Madison in the second highcst-scor- j ing finale game on record are being written up from a different angle. ; TILE COLLEAGUES of Jasper's; Cabby O'Neill who were present; among the 15,000 onlookers at the! finals are underlining two facts! about the Jasper ball club—its ex-] ccllent balance and its perfect psy-j chologlcal preparation for the job j at hand And brother O'Neill, who) , h , mlnutes an d seven seconds unhesitatingly ranks this bunch of| . . Totals 23 15 It JASPER (62) FR.Ft.Vf. Utchrield. f . ... J. Stenftenagel. Rumbach, c White, g Schuta, g Allen, g Berg, f Totals 27 8 15 Halftlme Score—Jasper 31, Madison 2S. Free Throws Missed—Monroe, Schniatter 2, Chentham 2. Server. Lltchfield, J. Stenftenagel 2, Rumbach 2, Berg. Wildcats below several of "• nine; previous Jasper varsities probably, counts from the boys in the busi-| less. Jasper, the smallest of the final ch, tallied to make it 50-47 Orrill's two froo throws to one point again with 5:13. White hit a charity on Cheatham's fifth personal to make it 51-49 and Litch-

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  1. The Kokomo Tribune,
  2. 21 Mar 1949, Mon,
  3. Page 25

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