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BOB MCCOWN PEE WEE SETTLERS
173 Lb Tailback 178 Lb. Fullback
Since 1941 Lebanon has
played 40 football games win-
ning 29, losing 9, and tying 2.
The Blue Devils have scored
655 points to their Opponants
Since 1941 Lebanon has Won
the C.V.C. Championship three
13 ..... Shelbyville
38 , . . , Donelson ,
7 ,...,. Portland ,
25 .,..., Carthage ,
24 ..... Hartsville .
7 ..., Murfreesboro
7 ....., Gallatin .
33 ...... Mt, Juliet
0... .. Litton ..
18 ....... Gallatin . ,
37 ,.... Watertown
156 Lb. End
BEN DRIVER JOHN BROOKS THOMAS HARALSON C. C PROWELL
173 Lb Guard 154 Lb. Center 165 Lb. Guard 175 Lb Tackle
Semor Senior Senior Semor
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For three years HHoliield" as he is affectionately
called, has guided the destinies of the Blue Devils.
This year has been one that could be called a
"success" with victories over Shelbyville, Donel-
son. Carthage, Murfreesboro. Portland, Hartsville,
Mt. Juliet and Watertown, not to mention a
trouneing and a tie with the Green Wave of
Gallatin. Johnson realizes that success does not
mean the number of games won and lost on the
gridiron, but how you play the game of life to-
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Fiist Row Left to Right Wayne Hodges, Red Ballinger, Billy Hugliey. Charles Morgan, Wallace Jackson.
Sncond Row Mac Smith J. W. Brown, Lee Shannon. Bulldog Turner, Bob Jennings, James Andrews, Earl
Barboui Buddy Jennings Manager Robert Gilbert.
Thiid Row Coach Johnson Alton Carter. Buster Jeniings, Ben Driver. Bob McCown fcaptainb, C. C. Prowell,
John Brooks Bass Wright Thomas Haralson, CharlesDoak.
Not in the Picture Edgar Settlers, T. J. Bell, Howard Lannom.
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160 Lb. End
158 Lb. Tailback
T. J. BELL
155 Lb. Quarterback
Lebanon 13-Shelbyville 7
September 17 at Lebanon
The Blue Devils opened their season with the
Shelbyville High School. Both teams made a
good showing considering the fact that they had
had only fourteen days of practice.
Toward the end of the first quarter the Blue
Devils began a march which ended in a touch-
down for the Lebanon team. During the first
minutes of the third quarter the Blue Devils,
combining a passing and running attack, rushed
S. H. S. for another touchdown and an extra point
to lead, 13-0. In the fourth quarter Shelbyville
made a touchdown and the extra point, ending
the game with a score of 13-7.
Lebanon 38--Donelson 0
September 24, at Lebandn
The Blue Devils did justice to the occasion by
defeating Donelson 38-0 in the second home game
of the year. Donelson fumbled on their own ten-
yard line, Hughey recovered, and Jennings went
over for the first touch-down. Lebanon scored
again when Hughey crashed over for another
touch-down. Both teams fumbled frequently
throughout the entire game.
Donelson's passing attack fizzled and they were
forced to resort to punts several times. Lebanon's
preponderant team resumed its march in the third
quarter by taking the ball on the Donelson 45,
pushing it to the 25 and then over the goal line.
In the fourth quarter Bob CShagD McCown, All-
Mid State Back tore down the field behind ex-
cellent interference to push the score 32-0, the
reserves in the final minutes of play made six
more. points. The powerful line made a great
showing with the wonderful blocking and tackling
of Lannom, Driver, Prowell and Doak.
Lebanon 7-Portland 6
September 30 at Portland
The Blue Devils' passing, running and blocking
attack spelled defeat for Portland. Although the
first half of the game seemed rather dull, the last
half was very exciting.
In the last moments of the third quarter the ball
was carried to Within a few feet of the goal.
With the change of goals there came a change in
our fortune, as 183 lb. fullback Pee Wee Settlers
went over for a touchdown and also made the
extra point. This made the score 7-6 in our favor
and it remained that way until the game ended.
The outstanding feat of the game was the hard
charging of the Lebanon "Seven Mares" line in
the mud and water up and down the Tiger Field.
Lebanon 25-Carthage 0
October 6, 1944 at Lebanon
The Blue Devils duplicated last year's defeat
of the "Owls" by rolling up a score of 25-0. The
team started their drive early in the first quarter
and crossed the Carthage goal line after two
minutes of play.
Captain Bob McCowan ran the Carthage ends
and later the Tackles to prove himself a real
mudder in L. H. Sf 25-0 win in rain and mud to
keep the Blue Devils in the undefeated column.
Max Smith made the last touchdown while
Lebanon's hard charging line kept the mad Carth-
age Owls on their side of the goal line, with the
brillant playing of Ben Driver and Red Haralson.
Lebanon 24-Hartsville 7
October 13, at Hartsville
The Blue Devils playing host to the Hartsville
griders, emerged on the long end of the 24-7 score.
Captain Shag McCown was injured in the first
quarter with a broken shoulder, while Pee Wee
Settlers, All-Mid State fullback, went over for the
-0. Two touchdowns were scored in the third
quarter by All-Conference Buster Jennings and
Co-Captain Settlers making the score 19-0, with
the help of the strong Blue Devil line.
Lebanon 7-Murfreesboro 0
October 20, At Murfreesboro
Racking up their sixth straight win of the sea-
son, Lebanon defeated the Central High Tigers
7-0 before some 1800 fans on Jones Field. The
Blue Devils punched across a touchdown midway
of the second quarter and then settled down to
Qxgouchdown in the first quarter, making the score
Bell, 155 pound quarter back took a pass from Pee
Wee Settlers for the six points. After a pass to
Bob Jennings, a Junior All-Conference End, Sett-
lers put the ball on the two yard line. Ben
BILLY HUGHEY CHARLES DOAK
146 Lb. Guard 160 Lb. Tackle
ig efens1ve playing for the rest of the game. T. J.
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