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THE WARRIOR 45
GIRLS' lil-XSKl2'l'BAl,L GROUP
The l.ebanon Girls' Basketball Team ended the season by being l.inn County
champion. During the whole season it won seven games. tied one. and lost two.
XVith the excellent material that the coach will have to select from next year, this
championship should be retained. The season opened with six girls who had won
their letters for Lebanon High, and one. Marjorie Lierly, who had earned her letter
at Tolt High School in Vklashington. XVith this nucleus. steady practice. and good
coaching. the girls were able to run up a total score of l58 points as compared to the
84 points of their opponents.
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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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Girls' Basketball---continued l
Betty SLlllllllK'l'SiRlQ'llt forward. May she be our n1ana,9,'er another year. Betty was the
high scorer of the team. Her total number was 1015 points. Steady and dependable,
she eould be relied upon to get the ball and seore.
Velma Carter-Left forward. Velma knew the seeret of basketball. good passing co-0pe-
ration with her forward. and if the opportunity came. the making' of a basket.
Georgia lvliller-Jumping' eenter. Heres to our eaptain, Georgia Miller! Georgia took tn
basketball like a dnek to water. She always tipped the ball out of the air and played
a eool, steady game. Georgia will have an honored plaee among' Lebanon High ath-
Franeis Anderson-Side 4-enter. Her suit was a long dribble, the Width of her whole pl'1v-
. , . .
mg' area. 'I his, eoupled with her passing, made her a player of sterling' worth,
Audrey lliska-lli,:.:'ht :.:'uard. Audrey, Our fighting guard. played elose and never lost her
head or her forward. Her technique of basketball playing' was the 2l41lllll'?lt,lOll of the
erowd and the worry ol' her forward. Her superhuman guarding' of the Corvallis fo-
ward alone proved her worthy of he1' stripe, During' the whole basketball season she
allowed her forwards to make only the measly' little sum of four peints. Numbers tell
the tale. XYe will need her next year.
Marjorie Lierly-Left :.1'uarrl. "Oh gosh kid, let's go, l'm hot." She Was a Valuable asset
to our team, this being: Marjol'ie's first year for Lebanon. but always quiek and on
the spot to reeeive the ball. She was handicapped during the last of the season by
an injury reeeived in the Corvallis f.22llllt'. but the best of all is that she is onlx' a
Nina Snyder-Sub guarcl. Nina never failed to fight.
flleda Riekels-Sub ,L:'uard. She is also a "Soph" and Johnnie on the spot. She had one
ainbition, and that was to earn a letter.
Erma Randle-Sub side center. Erma was a Whiz as side eenter but a real whirlwind
When if Villlli' to playing' real ball. She will have a permanent berth next year.
Verna llensmore-Sub forward. A ilQllllll't' little miss, always gay and happy. and proud
to win her letter and iight for dear old Lebanon High.
Rose Anmlerson-Sub f0l'YV2ild. Quick as a Wink and sly as a mouse.
Helen Clem-Sub jumping eenter. Helen plays good team work and is eonsistent and de-
pendable at all times and next year Will be of great value to our team.
The girls piled up tl1e following' score for
Lebanon as eompared with their oppo-
Lebanon vs. Opponents
Lebanon-Seio .... ........... . .24- -1
" -llalsey . . 19- 5
" --Stayton ... ..12- 6
-Sweet Home . . .l7- 5
-Corvallis . . . . .l0-lT
-Srio .... '. .. .. 9- SJ
-Sweet Home . . . 22-13
-Corvallis . . . T- X
-Stayton . .2l- 6
fllI'2ll1tl'lP . .17-ll
Total . . .158 N4
The girls played the following' number
Georgia Miller .
Audrey lliska . .
Velma Carter . .
Nina Snyder ...
Ulerla Riekels ..
Rose Anderson .
lflrma Randle . .
Helen Clem . .
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