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Hamilton, Cox, Cobb, Baldwin, Houghton, Wallace, Brown, Ward, Hewett
The Lebanon Warriors carried on in basketball where they left off in football,
and the hoopsters enioyed as successful a season as did the gridsters who preceded
them. The Lebanon team put a stop to the domination of the Corvallis Spartans as I y
leaders in-District 7, and the completion of district play found the local boys on top with ,
the Spartans in second place. In the playoffs with Newberg, district 8 winners, the Q P! ,
Warriors dropped two games 27 to 35 and 25 to 33 and were thus kept out of the state g l
Although the Lebanon team did not represent this district in the tournament at
Salem, the boys did boast a record comparable to any team at Salem. The Warriors L 'X
emerged victorious in 17 games out of a tough 24-game schedule, and scored a total
of 884 points to 731 for the opponents. The red clad local team employed a fast
breaking style of offense which proved to be both interesting and exciting to watch I
from the spectators' viewpoint, and the local gym was always filled to capacity for the rf
many thrilling games played at home. " .
At the completion of the season, Coach Bud Page awarded the varsity "L" to lO 'l vf,
members of this championship ball club and each boy was, in his own right, an asset to , ' 'lf
the basketball team. Cedric Wallace, captain and forward, led his team brilliantly l 411,
and his steadying influence was an important factor in the team's success. Ced was ' ll
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out of bad situations and their errorless playing has been largely responsible for the
victories registered so far.
The veteran Art Cobb, behind the plate, has proven himself to be one of the best
catchers in this district and his skill in handling the pitchers has been an important factor
in the team's winning ways. -
On first base, tall Lynn Hamilton is working like an old timer although this is his
first year at the initial sack. His errorless playing afield and good hitting at bat marks
him as a player who will bear watching in the future.
Ced Wallace, the talkative second baseman, is one of the most improved players
on the team and his leadership in the infield keeps the boys constantly playing heads-up
The third base duties are shared by two boys. Joe Elkins handles the hot corner
while not on the mound, and when Joe makes a throw to first after scooping up a hot
grounder, it always gets to Lynn's mitt with plenty. of gusto. The other boy playing
third is Willis Moody, a transfer from Newport. Willis is coming along nicely and has
shown himself to be a capable replacement when Elkins takes the mound.
At short-stop, red-headed Jess Ingram struts his stuff and there is not a faster in-
fielder in this district. Jess covers lots of ground from his position and has robbed many
teams of sure hits because of this speed. '
ln the outfield, sophomore Paul Alley holds down the left field garden spot and
due to his promising playing this year both in the field and at bat, he is labeled as a
boy to watch in the next two years.
The center field spot is patrolled by Ray Ayers, a fast fielding, hard-hitting senior
letterman. Ray has one of the strongest throwing arms seen on any fielder this year
and very few teams try to get extra bases when Ray has the ball.
The right field iob is handled by three boys-Don Ellis, Tony Solberg, and Dick
Hewett. Because of his power at bat, Don plays in right field when not pitching, but
when he is on the mound, the right field iob is capably take care of by Tony and Joe.
Both are equal in playing ability and although this is the first year of varsity baseball
for both boys, they are doing a swell iob. A
Other boys who have seen action but are not necessarily starters as yet are Denny
Canny, reserve catcher and outfielder, Ron Cox, reserve outfielder, Don Brown, reserve
outfielder, and Elmer Fields, reserve infielder.
The Lebanon Warriors rank as one of the leading teams in the state and at the
present time are on top in district play and should they finish the seasorf in this po-
sition it will be the third district championship annexed by Coach Bud Page's boys this
The scores of games already played and the remaining season's schedule is as
Lebanon 5 - Dallas O Lebanon I7 -Junction City O
Lebanon 25 - Junction City O May l l - Albany at Lebanon
May l5 - Dallas at Dallas
May l8 - Sweet Home at Lebanon
May 22 - Albany at Lebanon
Lebanon 8 - Corvallis' 2
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Lebanon 9 - Eugene l
If yi Lebanon 7 - Sweet Home 2 May 25 - Eugene at Eugene
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f year. Teaming up with Ced at forward was high scoring Dave Powell. Dave was
second high scorer on the team this year with 2i3 points and he culminated the season
by being unanimously chosen on the District 7 All-Star team.
At center was sophomore Ron Cox, third high scorer on the team and an excellent
backboard man. Ron made -most of his points via his accurate left hand, and in future
years Ron is expected to make quite a name for himself on the maple court.
Dean Ward, diminutive guard, played good ball throughout the season and despite
his size he was one of the best defensive players in the league. His speed enabled
him to check closely and his man found it difficult to get shots, away.
At the other guard was Lebanon's high scorer, Lynn Hamilton, who scored a total
of 227 points for the season. Lynn, captain-elect for next year, was the second boy to
make the District 7 All-Star team and like Dave, his choice was also unanimous. Lynn's
height enabled him to be an effective backboard man and great things are expected
X of Lynn in his senior year.
. Kenny Haughton and Dick Hewett, reserve forwards, played outstanding ball
' throughout the season and both boys will be counted on heavily to carry the load next
Bill Peden, reserve center, proved to be a more than capable replacement and his
V ability to come through when the going was toughest made him a very valuable player
RJ on the team. The loss of Bill to the Air Corps at the close of the season crippled the
team a great deal and with him in suit the chances for making the tournament at Salem
would have been much better.
At the guard spots were two husky young reserves who knew their way around
the ma le court. Art Cobb and Ga Baldwin were both ver effective men on the
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maple court. Art Cobb and Gay Baldwin were both very effective men on the back-
board and their entrance into the game didn't hinder the team's winning ways at all.
Two other boys who were on the "A" squad but failed to earn letters were Don Brown
and Willis Moody. A
Bob Olds and Denny Marvin were the highly efficient managers and much thanks
should go to them for their hard work. Bob was cheated out of a chance to play on
l' , L the team this year because of a physical handicap, but he liked the game so much that
I xx he volunteered to be manager and did this iob in a very commendable fashion.
The scores for the season were as follows:
' Lebanon 39 - Chemawa 25 Lebanon 48 - University High 37
glywl, Lebanon 3i - Albany 23 Lebanon 33 - Corvallis 16
A . . Lebanon 19 - Pnnevaue 14 Lebanon 37 - Junction cafy aa
lin Q , Lebanon 32 - Corvallis 29 Lebanon 3l - Albany 29
lx , y Lebanon 29 - Sweet Home i8 Lebanon 32 - Springfield 25
lf El i i Lebanon 37 - University High 37 Lebanon 50 - Toledo 35
Aft. i Lebanon 30 - Sweet Home 33 Lebanon 54 - Dallas 36
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