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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
Page 44 text:
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.
Page 46 text:
44 THE WARRIOR
GIRLS, ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
Iuwrsitleiit ...........,.......,. G. Millvi'
Vim--Piwrsiilvrit ... ..., IG. Randle
HL'I'1't't?ll'Y ...,.. . . . I". .-Xntlersvn
'l'i'izisu1'i-1' ..... li. Falls-1'
Adviser' .. IJ. Taylor
Girls' Athletic Association
The Ciirls' Athletic Association was organized this year for the first time. Last
year an amendment was made to the Constitution of the Associated Student Body that
athletic associations be organized for all those interested in athletics. The dues are
fifty cents for each member during the school term. In this way the cost of the student
body tickets was reduced.
There are about twenty-five members in the association. A lively interest was
shown by the girls during the basketball season. Although some were not able to make
the team this year, they came out regularly and helped build up a winning team, and
they will be experienced and ready to put out another winning team next year.
The Lebanon I-Iigh girls won all the games but one which was lost to Corvallis.
They won the championship of Linn County. .
Two of the girls who play on the team and who were two of the best players
are graduating this year. They are Georgia Miller, jumping center, and Frances An-
dersen, side center. We are all sorry to see them leave. Some of the other players
are Velma Carter and Mary Elizabeth Summers, forwards, who played good games
all season, and will be back next year. Two guards, Audrey Liska and Marjorie Lier-
ley, both who played well all season, will be back next year.
The financial part of the basketball season turned out very prosperous. The total
sum left in the Student Body treasury is fourteen dollars and fifty cents.
Summing it all up, the basketball season has been a success for the girls.
There has been some talk of baseball for the girls this year and there may be a
team, although it is not probably.
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