Glory Days by Dick Denny
Catching up with the Legends of Indiana High School Basketball

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Basketball talent in Indiana is probably no better than that found in any other state, yet the richness of tradition is unequalled anywhere else in the country. Author Dick Denny explores the Indiana basketball culture through this wonderful presentation of interviews and stories with Indiana’s greatest male high school basketball stars. These legends include Carl Erskine, Monte Towe, and George McGinnis. Each former Indiana basketballer provides warm recounts of his athletic career, his contribution to the history of Indiana basketball, and how his experiences affected him later in life. This book will help you remember your favorite stars from the past, and introduce you to the ones of the present.
 

About Dick Denny

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Dick Denny was a catcher on the Duke University Blue Devils, a baseball team that went to the College World Series and he earned all-intramural basketball recognition. Denny has also won four first-place awards in national bowling competitions. He earned a degree in journalism and his first job in journalism was reporting for the Muncie Star during the 1956 state high school basketball tournament. Following stints at the Star, the Forth Wayne Journal-Gazette, and the Chicago Tribune; Denny joined the Indianapolis News and wrote about high school sports - particularly basketball - in his Sports Den column. Denny also covered college and professional basketball, as well as hockey, tennis, and bowling in his forth years with the News and Indianapolis Star.
 
Published October 1, 2006 by Sports Publishing. 192 pages
Genres: History, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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