Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1923

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DJ A ,,.. - ..-.- J.-- ,, is fe D pm-. A -41 ROSS Mounts C. Kim: XVILLIS RALPH Ross, Emi. We've often wondered at nBuliy's" omularitv -hut Ur, Wehstelfs dit-tionarv ex lains it in . . I . p I .1 . ' , i. ' v- - p . that one of Ins definitions says that a 'hully is a "sneetheart or a darling flle te got it on good information that our hackfield will he very ll1lll'll strengthened hy this little darling next year. Romana Mounts, Haljbuck. When "Red" eats in a sinall town restaurant lwithout money! he gets so seared he can hardly eat-prohahly his food pains hilng hut then Charlie got hiiu into it. CHARLIE Knit, Qzmrlwlmclr. Charlie expects to teach letter writing at some later tiine. Ile is a skilled passer and receiver of rnash notes-other than this lns team work with Sassafras collecting athletic supplies is marvelous-he also drives trucks well. espcuially in the early morn. DARRELL W'1LLlS. Haljlmclr. 1 was 'AHack" is very fond of his pitching ahility-so fond that he's gained the name of 'Eleven ' foot dropqfjust how he's gotten as far along, in school as he has is not yet explained because he sleeps and wakes up and sleeps again--However he has not yet heen heard to snore. L -ef-ml i l l f , Page Ninety-Two

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II 5 t 'A' 5 El FOOTBALL REPORTS OAK CLIFF VS. DENTON NORMAL Oak Cliff opened the 1922 season on September the 22 by holding the strong Denton Normal team to a O to 0 score. Oak Cliff played this game after having only about two weeks practice. The teams were evenly matched and fought hard the entire game. The ball was in Denton territory most of the time. The game was played in almost summer weather, it being very hot. Ralph Clift missed a drop kick by inches in the last two minutes of play. The stars of the game were Weekley, Clift and Graham. Score 0 to O. OAK CLIFF VS GRUBBS COLLEGE, ARLINGTON Oak Cliff showed her old time form against Grubbs College winning by a '34 to 0 score. The outcome of the game was never in doubt. To Captain Weekley went the honor of scoring the first touchdown of the 1922 season, Clift and Rhoads showed up well in this game. Cliffs punting was excellent. Oak Cliff proved in this game that rules would not handicap her. Weekley played his usual stellar game. Score Oak Cliff 3443 Grubbs O. OAK CLIFF VS CENTRAL, FORT WORTH. The Oak Cliff Leopards defeated the strong Central Fort Worth team by a score of 7 to 0. A strong drive from the kick off netted Oak Cliff the lone score of the game. After driving the ball to the thirty yard line the Leopards were momentarily stopped when a pass King to Robertson netted twenty-two yards. King, after two line bucks, carried the ball across the goal line. The remainder of the game was a see-saw affair. Central had a strong attack. Oak Cliff proved in this game that she would be heard from in the city series. Score: Oak Cliff 73 Central Ft. Worth O. OAK CLIFF VS lVIcKINNEY. Oak Cliff next went to McKinney and there won a 14- to O victory. The first quarter ended O to O. Ox Higgins blocked and recovered a punt behind lVIcKinney's goal line for the first six points. Joe King placed kicked for the extra point. Wfeekley caught a pass behind the goal line for the remainder of the points. McKinney tightened up in the last half and, although Oak Cliff made large gains on end runs, she was unable to score. Hopper, who replaced Higgins when he Went out with a wrenched knee, was the star of the game. Score: Oak Cliff 14, lVlcKinney O. OAK CLIFF VS SHERMAN. Oak Cliff smothered Sherman by a score of 46 to 6. Everything gained for Oak Cliffg Robertson blocked a kick and recovered on the twenty-five yard line. After an end run by Clift, King carried the ball over for a touchdown. By means of pass, plunges and end runs Oak Cliff ran up a thirty-three to nothing score in the first half. Oak Cliff again scored twice in the last half although using many substitutes E IZLITLT' ,I Q Ml D' Page N mety Three

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