Edward Morris Orrill Jr.- IHSAA caging opens Tuesday
Powers Among Early Starters By DALE BURGESS Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Oct. 29—(/?}—The Indiana High School Athletic assc-j clatton -win-open the gates Tuesday for impatient basketball! teams. There will be no delay,* whatever In getting the hardwood! season started. ' The big schools will be playingj football for several weeks yet but some of the. state's most promising quintets will. be among .the. early starters. ' " " Summitville's Goblins, surprise survivors of the Anderson sec- tional last spring, will'play a borhood game at Gaston on opening! nigjjt. Big Jim Stone is at Purdue! now and Lewis McCord's at but the Goblins figure to be again. ' Centerville, -with a 19-1 record -gram will be topped by Ter ri to Glenn-a re last, season, has another opening night date at Greensfork. THE FIRST Friday night pro•e pro•e Haute! repeat Terre Haute sectional cham- the uie ierre .name aecnuimi cimui- plonship game last March. Glenn lost only two of 28 games son—a three-pointer to State in the sectional and a one-pointer to Attica Attica in the Wabash Valley finals. Other coaches in the area say Glenn probably will be one of the top teams in western Indiana this season and maybe one of the best in the state. Coach Jack Williams has a veteran squad headed by Charles Session, 6-5 54, Ed Graddy. |6-3VJ, and Jack Stute, 6-2. | llonroeville, winner of 22 straight last season, starts Friday night at Hoagland. Centerville, beaten only once in 20 regular games, opens the same night against Brookville. WINSLOW'S ESKIMOS, another! team to watch, will go to work ncxtl Saturday night against Dubois.lA Winslow's only defeat last season was by Jasper's state champions. Practically the entire Eskimo squad is back, including six-foot, three- inch Dick Farley who scored 446 points last year. Coach Kern McGlothlin of Winslow Winslow says his team will be better than it was last year. It may bo a. long hard winter for some of the big schools. Madison's Cubs, runners-up to Jasper for the 1948-49 state crown, will start Friday night at Corydon without Dee Monroe, Ed Orrill, Jim Werbe. TheCubs should be belter than average again with a squad that still includes Spence Schnaitter, Ted Server, Ed Cheattem, Charles Brown, Stan Weber and Don McCauley. McCauley.