Glenn Curtis Marker

109 E Garfield Ave Martinsville IN 46151

Morgan County native Glenn Curtis coached Indiana basketball teams for over thirty years. He led Lebanon High School to a state title in 1918 and Martinsville High School, where he coached from 1919-1938, to state titles in 1924, 1927, and 1933. 

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