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Stanley Henry Arnzen (August 8, 1914 – April 23, 1977) was an American professional basketball player. He played for the Cincinnati Comellos in the National Basketball League during the 1937–38 season and averaged 4.6 points per game. He played baseball and basketball at Morehead State University for two years. Arnzen became a high school teacher as well as a baseball and basketball coach at Newport High School in Kentucky. He did not have a losing season in 22 years as basketball coach. He was the father of NBA player Bob Arnzen.

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  • Stanley Henry Arnzen (August 8, 1914 – April 23, 1977) was an American professional basketball player. He played for the Cincinnati Comellos in the National Basketball League during the 1937–38 season and averaged 4.6 points per game. He played baseball and basketball at Morehead State University for two years. Arnzen became a high school teacher as well as a baseball and basketball coach at Newport High School in Kentucky. He did not have a losing season in 22 years as basketball coach. He was the father of NBA player Bob Arnzen.
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  • Stanley Henry Arnzen (August 8, 1914 – April 23, 1977) was an American professional basketball player. He played for the Cincinnati Comellos in the National Basketball League during the 1937–38 season and averaged 4.6 points per game. He played baseball and basketball at Morehead State University for two years. In 1937, Arnzen signed to play minor league baseball for the Cincinnati Reds organization. He competed for the Welch Miners (1937), Columbia Reds (1938–1939), and the Charleston Senators (1940). He won the Spalding Trophy his first season, given annually to "Outstanding Minor League Player" of that season. A broken leg ended his baseball career before he made it to the MLB. Arnzen became a high school teacher as well as a baseball and basketball coach at Newport High School in Kentucky. He did not have a losing season in 22 years as basketball coach. He was the father of NBA player Bob Arnzen.
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