One Small Town, One Crazy Coach: The Ireland Spuds and the 1963 Indiana High School Basketball Season

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents x
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - Gloomsday 1
  • 2 - No Irish in Ireland 12
  • 3 - Neither a Drunkard nor a Bank Robber 21
  • 4 - Baptisms 35
  • 5 - Turkey Run and the White Horse Tavern 48
  • 6 - A Wop and a Wimp and a Moon 55
  • 7 - Too Much Is Not Enough 68
  • 8 - Life under the Knife 74
  • 9 - Ice Man 81
  • 10 - Your Blood, Your Sweat, Your Tears 92
  • 11 - Drill, Baby, Drill! 107
  • 12 - Soap and Towel and Wings of Fire 115
  • 13 - Highway 61 Revisited 125
  • 14 - The Buy in 139
  • 15 - Devil in Blue Jeans 154
  • 16 - Coal for Christmas 163
  • 17 - I’D like to Teach the World to Sing 171
  • 18 - Of Jeeps and Giants 177
  • 19 - The Dude 184
  • 20 - Preliminaries 190
  • 21 - Walk like a Man 200
  • 22 - The Prophet’s Vision 213
  • 23 - Divine Insanity 226
  • 24 - Keep Your Pants on 241
  • 25 - The Axe Just Fell 253
  • 26 - Fame 265
  • 27 - Small Potatoes 277
  • 28 - Invasion of the Little Green Men 285
  • Epilogue 297
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