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Page 139 text:
"A" TEAM FOOTBALL
Front row: Kostial, Brodnax, Olsen, Sanderson, Bullen, Hamilton, Peterson, Leslie
Second row: Teas, Porter, Horton, Lomax, Cole, Stone, Carson, Chanslor, Cobb, Grubbs
Third row: Coach Schulze, Shudde, Schulte, Smith, Garth, Jax J., Pontikes, Carpe, Graham, Grafton, Curry, Coach Hartung
Back row: Davidson, Bintliff, Paul, Paine, Ford, Rawlins, Gwin, Riviere, Jax T., Cutrer, Swartz
Lamar's line should be commended for their fine work during the season. They were hard and
vicious blockers, hustling on both offense and defense. Their defensive record for the past season
is especially good.
Lamar started working out during the third week in August. The Dad's Club put up lights so
that the team might work out after the heat of day had gone. The first week after school started,
Lamar got into its regular season. The season was an unusually good one as far as the weather was
concerned. The Reagan game was the only game played on a muddy field.
The coaches, the managers, the cheerleaders, and the student body may find just cause for
pride in the accomplishments of the 1948 footbaal team.
FOOTBALL "B" TEAM
Front row: Clinton, Dingwall, Bullen, Alcorn, Woodman, Beggs, Hooton, Canall, Scherer, Begnaud
Second row: Lee, Barton, Charlton, Selber, Brown, Russo, Howard, Evans, Dickson, Ruhm, Ownby
Third row: Coach Pepper Glidden, Rice, Perry, Barnett, Boyd, Biggs, Collins, Stephens, Heath, Duckett, Brewer, Coach Bussa
Fourth row: A. Brown, Tomlinson, Spillios, Houseworth, Landig, Nix, McMenemy, Porros, Moore, Street, Daniels, Hall
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This hard-working trio spent many afternoons during the fall These are the men who coached the Lamar teams to
issuing equipment, washing jerseys, and taking care of the their many victories. Standing left to right are Bob
football team. They are football managers Hubert Leslie, Ben Schulze, George Hartung, Fred Pepper, and Donald
Kostial, and Bobby Brodnax. Longcope.
This year the Lamar Redskins added another feather to their football helmet. Operating under
their new coaches for the first time, Lamar became the first Houston school to win the City Title
three years in a row. Coaches Bob Schulze, George Hartung, and Fred Pepper were the brains behind
the Indian attack. Besides taking the city crown, Lamar advanced to the first Big City Conference
finals before bowing to Arlington Heights of Fort Worth for the state championship.
When the new coaches arrived, they brought with them a new offensive formation. This was
the "Y" formation as used by S.M.U. This "Y" enabled the team to make a large variety of speed
and power plays.
"ls everybody happy . . .?" Cheerleaders Sue Hastings, Bobby Carsey, Mavis Hardy, Al Hildreth, Clare Williams, and Dale
Fooshee get ready for the locomotive yell. Not in picture is Beech Mott who was injured at the beginning of the year and
was unable to lead yells until later in the season.
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until the fourth quarter'4l4-l4J. Gerhari'
Schulte broke the deadlock
Bill Forrester in the end zone.
that penod the lndmns broke loose for an
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favored Gander squad by holding them to
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Tom Stolhandslu one of the best backs on
the state. The lndians, spdrked by an
alert llneeand Baytown fumbles, showed
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was only ten more fhan the
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