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SAMMY HAMILTON C301
KENNY HORTON C381
TOMMY JAX C401
vs. JEFF DAVIS
The Redskins were terrific in
the famous Davis aerial game Lamar
gumpd to on early lead and scored
every period but the second The lndran
line shined as they got the jump on
Davis line at every snap Spencer Stone
turned in the gem of the game with a 90
yard touchdown gallop.
LAMAR vs. REAGAN
Bull Chanslor paced the lndlans to their
seventh straight victory by tallying both
touchdowns. The Lamar lme played
DON OLSEN C3l1
KEN PAUL C581
GEORGE PONTIKES C351
ball In most parts allowing the Bulldogs
to reach only the 29 yard line. Lamarrtes
will remember the foul weather as this was
the only game played under such conditions.
LAMAR vs. AUSTIN
Lamar in downing Austin made the Milby
game the all important game. Austin as
a whole was very unimpressive, Once they
drove to the 4 yard line but again the regu-
lars took hold and stopped them. Sammy
Hamilton with his iorring tackles shined
in the Redskin defense.
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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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BERNARD RIVIERE C505
SANDY sANosRsoN assi
GERHART SCHULTE C465
LAMAR vs. MILBY
ln this game, the final of the Houston
Conferencefthe Indians released a fine
offensivegame the first half and a stalwart
defense in the second. Lamar scored both
touchdowns in the 'second period, then
turned the ball over to Milby.VJack Carson
ond Bobby Cobb were defensive standouts
in the second half. Milby ace, Don Carpen-
ter, was held in check the entire evening.
LAMAR vs. THOMAS JEFFERSON
Lamar barely slipped ,by the Thomas
Jefferson Mustangs to advance to the'Big
City Finals. Hamilton on a 'brilliantlyexef
cugted lateral ploy from Pontikes scoredithe
first Lamar touchdown. Lewis Cutrer took
a pass for the second after the Ponies had
knotted the count. A 73 yard iaunt by S. M.
Meeks gave the Mustangs their second
touchdown. The important. try for extra
point was blocked by Tommy Jax, -
LAMAR vs. ARLINGTON HElGHTS
Dropping the only game of the season to
the powerful Yellow Jackets, Lamar failed
to bring home the State Championship.
Hiindered by injuries received in the Jeffer-
son game, Lamar's offensive was subnor-
mal. The Redskin line played great ball,
but breaks gave Arlington a two touch-
down lead. A terrific wind making it diffi-
cult to pass and punt, put the lndians in
serious trouble more than once that after-
noon. A ' ,
JOHN SHUDDE C475
HARVEY SMITH C455
SPENCER STONE C425
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