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Hosas GOOLD ALLEY DOWNINJG KAMBAI4 BACA
GRAM FIELDS HENKLE BARR HAMILTON MMS
HOSTETLER HARDEN GALLAGHER s. BARTELS WHITE FRYREAR
The T946 version of the L. H. S. football team again proved to be the hard fighting
outfit. The Warriors came through a hard fought schedule with a record of 2 wins, 5
losses and l tie.
This record is not as bad as it sounds considering that out of the 90 would-be
players that greeted Coach Bud Page only 7 were returning lettermen, but by using
these seven as a base on which to build, Coach Page evolved a tough but inexperienced
squad. The lineup was ever changing as new material gained needed experience. At
the close of the season the lineup found line-busting Bob Downing at the fullback post.
He,was aided by the capable blocking of Elmer Fields, and swivel-hipped Don Hebert,
at right and left half respectively. The quarterbacking was handled very efficiently
by Joe Baca. Though not noted for scoring we nevertheless had a wildcat line anchored
by Co-Captain Bud Goold. Hard-hitting Jim Fryrear was our mainstay at center, with
Leon Kambak, watch charm guard, finishing out the center trio. The tackles slots were
filled by Bob Henkle, one of the counties most aggressive tackles, and Dick Gallagher,
who gave a good account of himself for his first year out. The end positions were
filled by Co-Captain Dick ISticky Fingersl Hobbs and J. T. Hamilton who played a
rugged hard-hitting game whether on offense or defense.
Reserve backfield men were headed by Paul ltissue paperl Alley, who because of
many iniuries saw very little action. Gene Tanner, another hard-hitting backfield man,
saw action in almost every game. Al Thexton, punter supreme, handled these duties
very effectively. Chuck Gram was one of our hardest fighting backs and was always
ready to carry a practice game out for another half or so. Though a bit smaller than
his rival, Bob Downing, Bob "Red" Osterman saw a lot of action at the fullback post.
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At quarterback Allen Frum proved that he was a bay to be watched in fcture years
because he was a very capable ball handler. Sid and Jerry Bartels were those twc
small scrappy ends ready for a tight either with each other or any one else who wanted
to step up. Ready to take over in case of any trouble were Bud Barr, Paul Harden,
and Dick Duncan. Guards and line busters all were Bob Miles, Lloyd White, lNally
Campbell, and Jim Warnke. Centers Don Hostetier and Dick Haughton were keeping
Jim Fryrear on his toes. Last and very near to being least were the three managers,
we're only kidding, boys, led by "Speedball" Joe Abbott, with "Lightning" Ken
Gallagher, and "Gluetoot" Hugh Herron right behind him, way behind, that is, but all
joking aside, these boys did prove invaluable when it came to collecting equipment,
rubbing sore muscles, fixing cleats, and all the trivial iobs that a manager has to do.
Highlights for the season may well be the Sweet Home and Cottage Grove games.
ln the Sweet Home game it was proven that Lebanon really could win games and
against a fairly good ball club. ln the Cottage Grove game it was again proven that
Lebanon was an improved team over what they were at the first of the year when they
tied the powerful Cottage Grove Lions, lost year's Tri-County champions.
Lebanon also received recognition on the Tri-County all star team when Bud Goolci
was named an all star guard.
Lettermen this year were: Bud Goold, Dick Hobbs, Charles Gram, Joe Baca, Leon
Kambak, Bob Downing, Elmer Fields, Paul Alley, Bob Henkle, J. T. Hamilton, Dick Gal-
lagher, Sid Bartels, Lloyd White, Don Hostetler, Bob Miles, Paul Harden, Bud Barr, Jim
Fryrear, Gene Tanner, Don Hebert, Al Thexton, Jerry Bartels, Dick Houghton, Wally
Campbell, Bob Osterman, Allen Frum, Dick Duncan, and Jim Warnke.
TANNER HEBERT J. BARtELs ri-iexrom CAMPBELL HAueHtoN
rizuivi DuNcAN WARNKE Assotr GALLAGHER Harereow
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