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42 THE WARRIOR
Basketball practice started. following Thanksgiving holiday, in the Armory.
The first practice was answered by 25 men of whom only two were lettermen. After
two weeks of light practice and class games, the squad was cut to 15 men and regular
The team made a good record this year winning eight games and losing five.
Two of the games were lost by one point and one game required a five minute overtime
period before the winner was decided.
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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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Comparative scores show that L, H. S. scored 297 points to their opponents 201,
Of the ten lettermen of this season seven will be in school next year. Lebanon High
should have a great season next year.
1924 'M li.-XSKI-YI' BALL SCORES
Fate H. S. Opponents
Dec. 23.. .... 25. . . . . l'l':tht1'w- ... . . .. . .
Jan. lll. . . ll .... . . Mrmroi-
Jan. lfi... lT.. .. Htayton
Jan. Z2 17 .... ..Allu1ny ..,
Jan. 223. 48 .... . . Swmat lloml-
Jan. 30... 25.. .. M-vnroe
Feb. 4 .
Feb, 13 . .
Feb. l N . .
Feb. 20. ..
. . . . . . Philomunth
. . . . i1l'?liltI'4-'K' .
. . . . . . Sweet Home
Feb. ZS.. ..24,... .. i'm'valIis . .
Mar. IS. . .... ll .... .... -X llzanx' ..
Mar. lil.. .... lil .... . . . Philomolltli ...,
Captain Lylm- Arnold-Guard. "Bvnnil-" plan d his third and lust yi-au' foi l. . ,. He xx..
om- of the- most L-onsistont fl'llZll'1lS who has ew-1' fought fur Lehnnon High. His
plane will he hard to till.
Captain-oleic-t Dick BlIl'lOSUH-FlJI'VV3l'll. "Dirk" will be the main stay of nvxt YUELIES ta-aim.
He is a good drilrbler and is hard tu giiaml. Hi- will wlptain the tl-am m-xt season,
Louis liaynvsaCente1'. "Louis" played flllv lzall at ve-ntl-1-. He got this share of the tip-offs
and was good shot at the basket. XVe will miss him next yi-ar.
Addison XVils0n-Forward. "Ad" was lianclivapped hy entering' sclwol late hut played good
ball just the same. XVO export a lot froni him next yvar.
VVai'1'en Randle--Guard. YVarr4-n only wishes tin-Vw was more football in haske-thall. Hu
Could always ho dr-pe-ndod on to COVVI' his man. XVai'i'+'n graduates in June.
Reed Clark-Guardf Re-vd has played threw years for I.. H. S. and he- will be back again
naixt year. He should play good hall next ye-ar.
Carl Lutz, guard: Norman Anderson. forwaiwl: Hunt Clark, Cr-lite-1'1 :Ind Bob O'Brien,
forward: all played good hall, and with this years expwivxicr-. will lu- the material for next
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