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WARRIOR - 1944
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The Pep Club was organized this year under the super-
vision of the adviser, Miss Howard. The purpose of the club
is, to provide more pep at the games, help plan the pep as-
semblies, choose the yell leaders and try new yells. Several
members sold pop-corn and apples at the football games.
The officers this year were: President, Ruth Ford, Vice-
President, Virginia Bowen, Secretary-Treasurer, Lois Gilbert,
Student Council Representative, Carryl Smyth.
- The yell leaders were: Captain, Louise Kruml, Betty lrvine,
Iean Beach, Helen Smyth and Curtis Coe. Ruth Schneider
The Lettermen's Club of Lebanon High School is composed
of letter winners in all sports including managers. The pur-
pose of the club is to make rules and regulations concerning
the actions of its members and to help in any way to further
the betterment of the school.
Initiation of new members was held in Ianuary and at
that time all new football lettermen were taken into the club.
A hilarious evening of entertainment was held and the ini-
tiates truly felt themselves fully initiated when the night ended.
ln an effort' to curb rough house tactics in the halls, the
Lettermen's Club conducted a campaign at mid year to halt
such actions and after a few weeks effort, they felt that con-
ditions were much better and the student body as a whole
recognized the fact that the Lettermen were serious about
this work. It is hoped that in future years the Lettermen can
band together in an organization that will be recognized as
one of the leading groups in the school.
Officers for the year were as follows: Iess Ingram, Presi-
dent, Cedric Wallace, Vice-President, Lynn Hamilton, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Bud Page, Adviser.
A total of 45 football aspirants greeted Coach Bud Page on
the opening day of the 1943 season, but of this group only 6
were lettermen while the rest of the squad was made up of
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WARRIOR - 1944
boys with little or no football experience at all. The returning
lettermen were Don Davidson at tackle, Bob Crandall at cen-
ter, Ralph Cooper at end, Lynn Hamilton at tackle, less ln-
gram at halfback and Erwin Wilkinson at fullback. Of this
sextet, only Davidson was a starter from the championship
team of the year before.
This green but hard working squad of footballers car-
ried the colors of Lebanon through a season of 7 games on con-
secutive weekends and came out of the campaign with a
record of 2 victories and 5 defeats. These figures do not tell
the true story, however, as the Lebanon Warriors played a
thrilling and never-say-die brand of ball all season and gave
the record breaking number of spectators at Newport Field
many an exciting moment in the four home games played this
year. The boys are all to be commended on their fine spirit
and team play and each boy, whether he be a first-stringer
or a substitute on the bench, is deserving of high praise be-
cause of his excellent work despite the handicap of little ex-
Lebanon opened the season with a well earned victory
over Toledo 21 to 15 but the next weekend the Warriors jour-
neyed to Portland to take on the strong and unbeaten Rams
of Central Catholic and the Lebanon boys were soundly
trounced 53 to 0. Not only were the local boys humiliated in
score by the strong Portland team but a number of the boys
were injured so severely that the team was never at its top
strength for the rest of the season. The next weekend an in-
jury riddled but strong-hearted group of Warriors tangled
with the Sweet Home Huskies on the local field and managed
to eke out a 7 to 0 victory over the favored neighboring team.
Dallas high school found Lebanon in a decided slump the
next weekend and proceeded to spank the boys from the
Strawberry City by a 26 to 8 score. ln an effort to find a line-
up that would click, Coach Bud Page shook up his starting
lineup in the week that followed the Dallas game in prepa-
ration for the game with the Tigers of Iunction City. Lebanon
played outstanding ball for three quarters, but weakened in
the last quarter and allowed lunction City to push over two
touchdowns and win 14 to 6. X
The annual battle with the Bulldogs from Albany was next
on the Lebanon schedule and this classic was played before a
record crowd at Newport Field. After a scoreless first half in
which the Warriors more than held their own with the heavy
visiting team, the Bulldogs came back in the last half and by
use of sheer weight and power wore the lighter Lebanon team
down and pushed across two touchdowns to win by a score of
12 to U. The last game on the schedule was with the strong
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