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Chase, Crean named Red Coats

Daly to play in Mad Anthonys event

Indiana men's basketball coach Tom Crean and Komets announcer Bob Chase will be Red Coats recipients as part of the 2010 Mad Anthonys Charity Classic for Children.

The Red Coat dinner will take place June 13 at Ceruti's Summit Park.

The Charity Classic golf event will take place the following day at Sycamore Hills Country Club. John Daly will headline the field. Former Masters winner Larry Mize, Western Open winner Russ Cochran, Scott Simpson, Don Pooley, Jenny Gleason and Bubba Dickerson will also participate, with more names coming at a later date.

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