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Page 35 text:
Second Row: James Honan, G: Jack Click, Cp Charles Broshar, Fg William Neese, G3 Donald Smiih, F.
Firsi' Row: John Darnell, F1 Joe Wilt, Cp Harry Hawkins, F5 Richard Lenox, G: John Miller, G.
Lehanon Wiiigzite .,...........,A,.....,,.A.........,, 33 ' 9
Delphi- Lehanon ,..,,,. 22--10
Anderson Lehanon ..... ..... 'l 3-f 30
Frankfort' Lehanon ,..., 40- '19
Lehanonf Flora ..., 19 14
Muiieic' - Lehanon .. 33 E32
C'ville Lehanon ,,,. 16 '14
Lafayette Lehanon Fl -'19
Shortridge- Lehanon 31- 17
Frankfort Lehanon .... ...., 2 S -'26
Lchanon Newcastle ..... 2'Tf19
Lapel Lehanon ......,,, ..,.. 2 4-Q1
Lafayette Lebanon ..... 23- H16
Lehanonfff -Tech ,,,,..,,,.,. ..... 2 4 ' - 'Z 3
Logansport Lehanon .,.. .,.., 2 5-A16
Tipton Lebanon ,..,.., ..... 2 Q- -24
Kokomo Lchanon ..,.. 13-16
Lehanon C'ville .7,,,.....,........7..,...,.,.................,... 26- 21
During the past season, the Tiger Cubs won nine out
of their nineteen games. Although this is not a good
showing for victories, the schedule shows many close
The Cuhs averaged Z1 points per game hut seven of
the games were lost hy one or two points. Of the vie'
tories, the culws average a seven point gain over the
A promising hunch of Tiger Cuhs for '3if'3o and
F6737 came on the screen this past season. Possihilif
ties are exceedingly high for a future hall cluh. Even
though L. H. S. was put out of the North Central Conf
ference, the Cubs will have just as good schedule play'
ing the teams of the southern part of the state.
None of the Cubs graduate and a large per cent of
them are Freshmen and Sophomores.
Following are some liners taken from the Pennant
and reporter ot outsiders' and personal opinion of our
L. H. S. Tigerettes have shown that they, too, have
claws. QAtter the jet? and Lehanon Cub inixeiij
The Tiger Reserves lost to the Anderson Indians
23-20 after leading three quarters and really playing
The opener was a thriller and went to MLllTCiC'S
reserves hy a count of 3382. The Tiger Cuhs gained
an even draw in the first two periods. The score at
the half heing 11 all. The Bear kittens pulled away in the
third period lor a 2649 lead during which Hawkins,
Lebanon forward, spun around in seriniinage several
times, lost his sense of direction and plunked the hall
through the Muncie hoop. The Culis closed last hut
the kittens closed in on their thirdffame lead, "Red"
Broshar was the Cuh hobshot snaring six huckets,
An increase of 244 sales of sectional tickets over last
year's sale was indicated in February.
The sale ol' season tickets for the past season out
nuinhered any sales lor the previous five years.
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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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