| Wins against Kentucky - 2 | Losses against Kentucky - 4 |
Alma Mater: Emporia 
Hometown: Sabetha, KS
Date Born: August 6, 1889
Date Died: October 13, 1972
Overall Record: 245-88 [19 Seasons]
|2/23/1935||Creighton at Kentucky||W||24 - 13||-|
|2/22/1935||Creighton at Kentucky||W||63 - 42||-|
|1/7/1933||Kentucky at Creighton||L||22 - 34||-|
|1/6/1933||Kentucky at Creighton||W||32 - 26||-|
|1/11/1930||Creighton at Kentucky||W||25 - 21||-|
|1/10/1930||Creighton at Kentucky||L||27 - 28||-|
Obituary - Atlanta Constitution (October 14, 1972)
A.A. Schabinger Dies; Sports Hall of Famer
A.A. Schabinger, a member of the National Basketball Hall of Fame, died in his Atlanta home early Friday morning.
Mr. Schabinger died at 83 of pulmonary emphysema and congestive heart failure. He had been seriously ill since August.
Mr. Schabinger was involved with basketball most of his life until he retired to Atlanta 16 years ago.
In 1946 he founded Official Sports Film Service, which provided graphic demonstrations and official interpretations of the rules of basketball, football and baseball. The films have become bibles of he sports wherever they are played.
Most of the first half of this century, Mr. Schabinger coached and officiated basketball games. He piled up a coaching record of 259 games won against only 96 lost, a percentage of .802.
He was one of six coaches who originally founded the National Association of Basketball Coaches and he served as president of the organization from 1931-1932.
In 1936 he was selected by the Olympic Committee to hold try-outs and choose the first American Olympic basketball team.
While seeking two college degrees, Mr. Schabinger played basketball, football, track and baseball for the College of Emporia, Emporia, Kan., and football and baseball for Springfield College in Springfield, Mass.
He was basketball coach for Emporia Teachers College, Emporia, Kan., Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kan., and Creighton University, Omaha, Neb.
In 1961 he was elected to the Naismith National Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. In 1962 he was named to the Helms Hall of Fame in Los Angeles, which honors figure in all sports In 1963 his name was placed in the Kansas A11 Sports Hall of Fame.
A memorial service for Mr. Schabinger, who lived at 457 Broadland Road NW, will be at 11 am. Monday at the Peachtree Presbyterian Church.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gladys Johnson Schabinger of Atlanta; two daughters, Mrs. R.J. LeFavour, Atlanta, and Mrs. Lou Fockele, Gainesville; and four grandchildren.
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