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, Johann, f 0 By JIM MITCHELL Tribune Sports Editor . Jasper's irrepressible Wildcats—for all their nine deli deli feats in the regular season and their hairbreadth escapes in the regional, semi-final and final phases of the tournament—are 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 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. 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 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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