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40 THE WARRIOR
HARRISBURG AT LEBANON, OCTOBER 10
Lebanon High won the first game of the season from Harrisburg High 25 to 2.
Early in the first quarter Harrisburg scored 2 points on a safety before Lebanon got
started. During the remainder of the game L. H. S. displayed fine teamwork and
scored four touchdowns.
STAYTON AT STAYTON, OCTOBER 17
The second game was played with our old rival, Stayton, on the Stayton field.
It was ideal football weather and many loyal rooters and fans accompanied the team.
Stayton was the first to score, making a touchdown in the second quarter, but failed
to kick the goal. The Lebanon team made a touchdown immediately following a
forward pass. Randle kicked the goal and gave L. H. S, a 7-6 lead. In the last
half neither team was able to score. The Stayton team out-weighed the Lebanon
team, but the Lebanon team's spirit and teamwork was well displayed and the game
ended with another victory to our credit. The score was 7-6.
INDEPENDENCE AT LEBANON, OCTOBER 24
The next game, which was won from Independence High, made three consecutive
victories for L. H, S. High. The field was in perfect condition. This enabled Lebaf
non to display her forward passing system, The game was fast at all times and
well played by both teams. The final score was, L. H. S. 14. Independence O.
JUNCTION CITY AT JUNCTION CITY, OCTOBER 31
Lebanon High took the next game from Junction City High by a score of I2
to 0. The game was slow and uninteresting on account of the field which was nearly
submerged in water. The Junction City team threatened the Lebanon goal in the
third quarter but was unable to score any points.
SILVERTON AT LEBANON, NOVEMBER 7
The hardest fought game of the season was played with Silverton High on our
field and ended a O-0 tie. L. H. S. had her opportunity to score in the first quarter
but fell short only by a few inches. In the third quarter with a severe wind against
them the crimson-blue were backed up in the shadows of their goal. For eight downs
with only two yards to the goal L. H. S. team held the Silverton team from scoring.
The last quarter was a punting duel with the ball in the center of the field.
MclVIINNVILLE AT IVICIVIINNVILLE, NOVEMBER ll
Lebanon High won the Armistice Day game from McMinnville l2-0. L. H. S.
scored both of her touchdowns before the game had been played ten minutes. The
first came from a blocked punt and the second from an intercepted pass followed by
a 20 yard run through the entire McMinnville team by Mickles. Ater these scores
neither team was able to cross the others' goal.
COTTAGE GROVE AT COTTAGE GROVE, 7-O
The crimson and blue suffered but one defeat during the season. This was at
the hands of Cottage Grove High by a score of 7-O. In the opening quarter Lebanon
had her chance to score when they kept the ball within scoring distance the entire
period. For nearly three quarters the teams battled evenly, neither being able to score
at all. Cottage Grove showed their advantage of weight and in the third quarter
Cottage Grove completed a forward pass which placed them within scoring distance.
L. H, S. fought and held stubbornly but Cottage Grove succeeded in making the lone
score of the game.
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THE WARRIOR 39
VOOTBA1. I. GROUP
The 1924 football season was one of the most successful in the history of the
school. A schedule of eight games was played. l-. H. S. being the victor in six. L. H. S.
played a O-O tie with Silverton High, and was defeated by Cottage Cirove High 7-0.
The crimson-blue goal was crossed but twice during the season. Stayton and Cottage
Grove accomplished this. During the season Lebanon High scored a total of lO5
points to her opponents' 15.
Vklhen Coach Pepper issued the first call for football, thirtyhlive men turned out,
but on account of a scarcity of suits only twenty-live were litted out, Of this squad
of twenty-live who worked out regularly all season, only nine graduate,
XVith fifteen of this years squad nine of which are lettermen returning next year.
the 1925 team should be even stronger than the 1924 machine.
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THE WARRIOR 41
DALLAS AT LEBANON, 35-O
The last game of the season was won on Thanksgiving Day from Dallas High,
with a score of 35-0. The Held was in good condition and a large crowd witnessed
the game. Lebanon started scoring in the first quarter and rolled up six touchdowns.
Coach Pepper used practically the entire squad in this game. Captain Randle, Mickles,
Baynes, J. McCrae, Cox, Arnold, McLeod, K. McCrae, and Helfrich played their last
game for the crimson and blue, as they graduate in June.
Faptain YVarren RandlefQuarterbaiek. 130 lbs.. althou,L:'h he was the lightest man on the
team he made up his Weight in light. His eneourzlging chatter and fight will be
missed next year.
l'aptain-els-et Raymond Mic-hels-Cfenter. 155 lbs. Ray proved to be one of the most Con-
sistent eenters who has ever worn a crimson-blue jersey. He will Captain the 1925
Bernard Miehels-Fullbaek, 160 lbs. "Linz" played his third and last year for Lebanon High.
He lmeked up the line well and was always good for a gain through the line.
James Mi-CraeYTaekle. 125 lbs. 1Yhen anybody fights harder than 'tHappy" we want to be
introdueed to him. "Happy's" plaee will be hard to till next year.
Charles Crover-Guard, 150 lbs. Charles played good ball this year and will be back to
tight again next fall.
Norman Anderson-Halfbaek. 148 lbs. His speeialty is running around end. Yvateh him
go next year.
Louis Baynes-End. 150 lbs. Opposing' backs found it hard to get around "Louie" He
played his first year for the crimson-blue and will be the main stay of the baek
George Alleghar-Tackle, 160 lbs. This was 'tGeorge's" first year but nevertheless he
proved that he was the man for the plaee. He has two more years to play for L.H.S.
Lyle Arnold-Ytility, 165 lbs. "Bennie" is capable of playing practically any position on
the team. He proved to be a valuable man and we will miss him next year.
Dick Burleson-Halfbaek, 150 lbs. "Dick" is the man who boots those long high spirals. He
played his first year for the Crimson-Blue and will be the main stay of the baek
field next year.
Corwin Follet-Guard, 175 lbs. "Hind" says that it takes the biggest man on the team to
play left guard. That's why he's there. Bud has one more year to play.
Reed Clark-End, 145 lbs. Reed played the other end, and helped Louis run down punts. Hu
has another year to iight for L. H.
Gale Evans-Guard, 153 lbs. Gale was a good lineman, and will be back to fight for a posi-
tion next year.
Rolland Cox-Halfbaek, 142 lbs. Fox was one of the fastest men on the team. He had a
habit of running' around end for 20 or 30 yds. Cox is a senior.
Albert Jenkins-End, 135 lbs. "Al" proved himself able to fill the end position, and always
gave all he had.
The following' men deserve a great deal of credit. Although they did not play long
enough for il letter, they helped niuke the season a sueeess. K. MeCrae, McLeod, Helfrich,
who graduate, and Gatehel, Horne, Lutz. Fort and Larson, who will be back next year.
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