Th l rly
Ruth M. McCann
Mary jean Kelley
Virginia Van Blair
Mary rl, Quick
Anna L. Armstrong
LITTLE BUT MIGHTY
Some wise guy said "Valuable articles come wrapped
in small packages," This lits the class of 1939 to the
proverbial There were only one hundred in the
class, but, me, oh my, what those one hundred did dol
To start the hall afrollin', they threw a, party in the after'
noon and entertained themselves right well, I'd say off'
hand. They danced, dined, and were diverted by a
program, and who, I ask you, could want more?
The hoys ol, the class did themselves proud in hasketf
hall and softball. ln fact, when the softball season was
Lemuel Ca mpbell
Tfdrtf Ru 14'
over, they ranked high in the junior High division. and
in basketball, they finished up second.
The gals learned during the year that the quickest
way to a manis heart is through his stomach, sn, with
Miss Maples help, they became practically perfect cooks
-f-I said practically.
In the May Fest. the femmes of the class went back
to Nature or somethin' and did an aesthetic dance with
Taken all in all, this class hasnt done had this year,
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Second Row: Winford Groover, manager: Alfred Merriohh G5 Wayne Williams, Cp William Luslr, C:
Richard Whi+e, F: Ora MerrioH, F: William Rogers, G.
Firsl' Row: Ben Hershberger, G: Charles Carr, F: Rober+ Laflin, G7 Harold Havens, 6:
Russell French, F.
SUMMARY OF REGULAR SCHEDULE
Lebanon Wiiigiite ..,,77,...,.A77A7,...,.............,,....,...... 4?
Lebanon -West Lafayette ..A. .... 3 4
Delphi Lebanon ..,............ ,... 2 7
Lebanon-Anderson ,7,,, 33
Lebanon' -Frankfort .,... . 33
Lebanon' -'Flora ....,... .... 2 2
Mulicie Lebanon .,... .,.. 4 2
jelfersonf' Lebanon . 3
Shortridge--Lebanon . Sl
Frankfort-WLebanon ..... .... 3
Newcastle Lebanon .... .... 2 S
Lebanon' -Lapel ......... .... 2 0
Technical' --Lebanon .... .... 3 3
Logansport fLebanon ..,. .... 4 7
Tiptonf -Lebanon ......... . 33
LebanonfKokomo ............. .... 3 6
Lebanon-eACrawfordsville .,.... ,... 4 9
Richmond- -fLebanon ........,.,......,.,...,..... . .
Lebanon- 'Pinnell ..,.,.,,,................,,........ .... 2 1
Lebanonfvxfhitestown ........ .. .... 56
Lebanon fAdvance fFinall .,.......,. ,.e, 2 6f
Frankfortn-fLebanon .ee... ..., 2 6
The Tigers, during their '34735 basketball campaign,
won eight and lost 11 bang-ups on their regular schedule.
This is a good showing for "Butchers" Tigers.
Besides the schedule victories the boys won the secf
tional tourney but lost the hardest fought game of the
year at the Regional when Frankfort's Hotdogs pulled
two points over the team in the last secondfa mem'
orable game in Tiger history.
The points for the Tiger season totaled 479fan av-
erage of about 23 points per game. The team's
opponents averaged ll points in the "heartfbreakers,"
over the Tiger score while the Tigers averaged 9 over
their opponents' score in the winning games. They lost
three games, including the HotdogfTiger mixer during
the Regional, by one point.
To lay hand on the outstanding player of the season
would be impossible. At each tangle, a different team'
mate showed greater improvement than the rest, or was,
by far, high point man. Opinion follows, however, that
the Anderson game displayed the best team work of the
Next year's turnfout will be without the five grad'
uates, Ora Merriott, Robert Laflin, Ben Hershberger,
Richard White, and Williaiii Lusk.
Fast break or delayed fast break style of basketball
was the chief ball playing style of the "Buteherites"
used this season. The ball in the fast break style was
worked quickly down from the center to a man on
pivet fusually "Red" Lusk or Ora Merriottj. A lot of
Confirmed on Page 37
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