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L, x.- ,i . .1 x'Lebanon18-Gallatin 0
'A ,X lx J ' XJ NOvember 23 at Lebanon
4 Displaying a' eizgr sayiidie spirit, the Blue Devils came from a short ended score
A Yne week geiforgto upset the Green Wave by three touchdowns, scoring in the first,
tsccond am hirdiquarters, by All-Conference Buster Jennings and T. J. Bell. The
3 greatpassing attack of the Gallatin team was completely halted by a mad charging
2Blue Devil line. The game ended with three injuries on the Green Wave team.
The Blue Devils in winning this game also Won the C. V. C. Championship making a
total of three Championships out of four in the past four years dating from 1941-44,
also putting four linemen up for All-Conference bid.
Lebanon 37-Watertown 0
November 27, at Lebanon
The Blue Devils ended their most successful season in the history of Lebanon by
defeating Watertown 37-0
Watertown received the opening kickoff but failed to gain much ground. After
the ball was kicked out of bounds on the Lebanon forty. Buster Jennings skirted
left end and ran 60 yards for a touchdown. Nine plays later, Lebanon had scored
with Jennings once more going across. Lebanon's third touchdown came when, after
a 45 yard drive sparked by Bell and Hughey, Bell went over from the 13 yard line.
A Panther fumble a few minutes later resulted in another Lebanon score, made by
Settlers who crashed through the center.
Taking the second half kickoff on their 23, Lebanon did not relinouish the ball until
they had scored their fourth touchdown. Settlers' long pass to Bell put the Blue
i Devils on the one, and Settlers plunged through the line. Scoring for the day ended
' in the fourth quarter when Settlers passed to Bob Jennings who galloped 40 yards.
Six seniors played their last game. They were Ben Driver, Thomas Haralson, John
Brooks, C. C. Prowell, Bob McCown, and Bass Wright.
140 Lb. Back
J IM WARD
140 Lb. Back
145 Lb. Guard
135 Lb. Back
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145 Lb. End
135 Lb. Back
140 Lb. Back
Driver 173 lbs. All-Conference guard, placekicked
the extra point.
Murfreesboro threatened twice with sustained
drives to the two yard before they lost the ball on
downs and a fumble over the goal line on the
second down for a touchdown, giving Lebanon the
ball on the 20 yard line.
Lebanon 7-Gallatin 7
October 27, at Gallatin
In a toss-up game October 27, the Blue Devils
came home with a 7-7 tie to go on their record of
Stopping the initial drive of the Blue Devils,
which had carried them to three successive first
downs, Webster snatched a fumbled ball out of
mid air, after Bass Wright was tackled on the
Gallatin 10 yard line, and ran it back to mid-field.
From there the Waver rolled on a beautiful choice
of passes and runs by Jenkins, Webster and Gour-
ley, It was Webster who finally struck pay dirt,
on fourth, from the Lebanon two yard line.
Jenkins converted with a dropkick.
In the fourth Hoyal Johnson's eleven cut loose
with a fancy passing attack featuring quarter-
back T. J. Bell. Settlers, finally got away a 30
yard heave to All-Conference end, and Bob
Jennings caught it on the 50 and continued until
he scored. He also added the extra point to the
game. Ben Driver and Thomas Haralson were the
outstanding linemen of the game.
Lebanon 33-Mt. Juliet 0
November 3, at Lebanon
A strictly offensive-minded Blue Devils team
played host to the Mt. Juliet team before a crowd
of upward 2,000. Scoring commenced early in
the game when Buster Jennings, Devil tailback,
scampered 45 yards for a touchdown during the
first quarter. Other touchdown were made by
Wright, Settlers, Bell and Bob Jennings.
The great purge continued through the game,
so naturally the substitutes saw a great deal of
Lebanon 0-Litton 20
November 17, at Lebanon
The Blue Devils fought back gamely but were
unable to match the tactics of the visitors. Billy
Thompson, writing in the Nashville Banner, said,
Hlt was a sad day for the Lebanon Blue Devils,
but they took it like men." After the game, the
Lebanon players entered the Lions' dressing room,
ni ,' expressed appreciation for their fine sportsman-
M 5 ship even though their hopes of an undefeated
.' season had been blastedf' The Blue Devil line
'A,, , played one of their best games of the season with
3 the help of John Brooks, Driver, Hughey and
T, , al others.
LEE SHANNON BUDDY JENNINGS BILLY RAY HARRY TURNER
165 Lb. Tackle 140 Lb. Center 130 Lb. Guard 155 Lb. Tackle
Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman
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