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Closmg w1th an overtime vlctory over Wabash the Tlglf Cubs f1f11Sl16d
thexr season record at 7 w1ns and 11 losses
The Cubs w1l1 provlele plenty of good materxal for next years varslty
team They galned valuable evzperlence when playlng such teams as Adams
of South Bend and Peru Small but stmll a sharp shooter Rlchard Baker
was a hlgh scorer Baker was followed closely m the scorlng by Wayne
Couch a fellow sophomore
Coach Don Drck also led th1s team
Adams S B
1949 50 SCHEDULE
WE THEY W THEY
S1gler, MUS1Ck, Peck, Wood, Gross, Locke, Fuller, Montgomery. Couch, Hughes,
Baker, student manager Donahue
Forly Ill ree
O . 26 28 . 20 28 30
11 26 19 . 6 ' 39 34
18 Plymouth 20 29 13 Dunkirk 23 22
19 . . 23 26 17 ' 33 25
23 28 40 20 ' 34 25
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9 ' 27 29 b. 3 ' 38 41 o.t.
13 37 39 10 31 37 o.t.
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Townsend, Pierce, King, Street, Ringer, Bowers, McGill, Morton, Garner,
Tomlinson, Haron, Sayre, student manager Brewer
1949 - 50 SCHEDULE
We They We They
Royerton 36 40 Dec. 20 TOURNEY
Frankton 42 52 Burris 41 60
Plymouth 32 38 Hartford City 27 38
Adams S. B. 38 58 Jan. 6 Monticello 38 51
Peru 28 56 13 Dunkirk 25 36
Tipton 39 42 17 Noblesville 33 35
Winchester 33 45 20 Burris 2 5 62
Elwood 34 41 2 7 Summitville 39 55
Huntington 36 38 Feb. 3 Hartford City 34 59
Hagerstown 45 50 10 Elwood 36 46
17 Wabash 35 48
Though defeated continually, our varsity played fine ball through the
season of 20 games.
Called the 'tFang1ess Tigers" they were within sight of victory several
timesg once with the powerful Huntington Vikings and once with Noblesville.
Both were lost in the last seconds of play.
The Tigers participated in the tourney at Elwood on the 30th of
December. In a hard fought battle, Burris of Muncie defeated the Tigers
during the second game of the afternoon. In the first game of the evening the
Tigers were defeated by the Hartford City Airdales.
Let us say the Tigers were down but never out, for we are sure they
will spring back in the near future with a bigger, stronger team that will surpass
many of our rivals.
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Playing 12 regular games and 3 tourney games the freshman team had
a record of 7 wins and 8 losses. The team participated in two tournaments
this season. The first at Frankton where they were defeated by Frankton
26-10. The second was at Markleville, where the freshmen beat Pendleton
26-25 in the first game. and lost to Markleville 32-33 in the championship
The team was strengthened by material from Cunningham and Orestes
along with Alexandria junior High boys. Bill Foster with 86 points and Jack
King with 49 points led the scoring attack.
Lyle Harding was the coach of this yearls team.
WE THEY WE THEY
Front row Manager Goettel Watson Hartley Wehsollek Tobey Grose May
Oliver Foster Tillman Haas King Fr1x Matney Chambers
IN THE SPRING OF 1949 the following boys that are still in school
won letters in baseball joe Mack David Ellis Jay Ringer john Haron Dale
Stmefield Bill Sayre Virgil Patz jim Laws and Jack Musick During the
season the team won three games and lost seven
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29 19 18
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20 37 27 1
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10 Markleville 36 38 31 Lapel
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