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game rollmg up a total of l70
gunned All Lumanres
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
other tally. Although this was plenty
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blasted across another
DICK BINTLIFF C613 JACK CARSON C441
mu. BULLEN 4573 BILL cHANsLoR 4379
JOHN CARPE 4523 sosBY coss 4601
LAMAR ROB ERT E. LE
The hustlmg Redskms surprised a
favored Gander squad by holding them to
cr sax to sux deadlock The Ganders boast
mg a much heovrer roster were paced by
Tom Stolhandslu one of the best backs on
the state. The lndians, spdrked by an
alert llneeand Baytown fumbles, showed
flashes of theform the reachedin mid-
Lamar fielded a devastating ground
was only ten more fhan the
punchless Carter Team
Lamar penolhes The
rn this game allowing
V Lamar and Wilson played ,ban even game
speedy lndmns were not mashed. They
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"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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JACK COLE C363
LEWIS CUTRER C533
NICK ELLIOTT l54J
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LAMAR vs, PASADENA
Lamar started the ball rolling with a
touchdown on their first possession at the
ball. Lamar fans got theirthrills from this
game when Bill Frazier, Pasadena scat-
bock, raced 35 yards on the second play
of the game, Lamar did not play too im-
pressively' throughout the game. Sandy
Sanderson and Don Olsen were offensive
and defensive sfandouts of the game.
AMAR vs. SAN JACINTO
Lomar took advantage ol' every break
'to smash San Jacinto. Playing one of his
best gamesol the year. Tommy Jax sparked
the attack. George Pontikes, all state end,
led the - defensive. Herb Eubanks J scored
the lone San'Jacinto touchdown on a gallop
at 65 yards. Bill Chanslor's run of 94 yards
without scoring will long be remembered by
LAMAR vs. SAM HOUSTON
Lamar had little trouble in drubbing the
aerial-minded Bengals. The game was
filled with thrills because of the many'
passes by Joe Fuentes, passing star. Sandy
Sanderson accounted for all the Lamar!
touchdowns. Sammy Hamilton, injured in
the Robert E. Lee game, came back into
form to inspire theilledskins' drives.
JAY GARTH KSU
JIM GRAFTON C495
BILL GWIN C345
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