Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1923

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E1 5 i' 3 El 'GTHE UNDEFEATED LEOPARDS OF 192277 O. C. Opponents Sept. 22-Leopards Denton Normals, Second Team at Dallas ....... ,,,,,,. 0 0 Sept. 29!Leopards Grubbs Second Team at Dallas ..............,,,..... ,,,,,,, 3 3 0 Oct. 6-Leopards Celeste at Dallas .......,,,,......,....,........,,,,., ,,,4.,, 2 0 6 Oct. 13ALeopards Central Ft. Worth High at Dallas ......., ..,.... 7 0 Oct. 20-Leopards McKinney at McKinney .,,.......,,........ ..,,.,. 1 4- 0 Oct. 27-Leopards Sherman at Dallas .,............. ....... 46 6 Nov. 3ALeopards Denton High 'at Denton ..,..,.. ,...... 4 l 26 Nov. 9-Leopards Bryan Street High ............ ......, 3 4- 0 Nov. 20-Leopards North Dallas .,............... ....... 5 3 6 Nov. 29YLeopards Forest Avenue High .......... ,.......... 2 O 7 TOTAL .....................,..,....... 51 The team has had a most successful season having won every game played with the excep- tion of one, tying Denton Normal 0-0. This should mean much to Oak Cliff for it is the first time in the history of the school that an Oak Cliff Team has finished a football season Umlefeated. The opposition encountered and the practically green material that Coach Allen had to pick his team from make these results the more remarkable. SUMMARY OF SEASON For the first time in the history of the school Oak Cliff is undefeated in the football world of sport. Such a record was made by the wonderful coaching of Mr. Allen, the de- termination to "do or die" for our principal, the backing given by the faculty and the student body, and outside loyal supporters, who are only connected with the school in heart and soul and the entire football squad. The prospects were rather gloomy when Oak Cliff entered the field this year, for practically all the fifty men were raw material, but all the gloom soon dispersed when they got down to We game game score heavy practice. met Denton Normal's second team in a which was a scoreless tie. Our second was with Crubb's second team. The was Oak Cliff 33, Grubbs 0. Then the team from Celeste was defeated to the tune of 20-6. An exhibition game was played at the fair with Central Fort Worth High, which the latter lost 7 to 0. This was the closest scare of the season in a regular game. The trip to McKinney proved fatal to the Hosts as the result here was Oak Cliff 14-, McKinney O. Upon her arrival in Dallas, Sherman High found that due to some mistake her opponent had another game scheduled. but she found a willing team in Oak Cliff and was our last game before the opening of the City Series. Unfortunately for her, Sherman received the small end of a forty-one to twenty- six score. Then began the annual struggle for the City Championship. XVe met Bryan High at Gardner Park where Bryan met its annual defeat 34-0. The North Dallas team scored 6 points while the Leopards ran up 53. The Oak Cliff Leopards won their fourth con- secutive City Championship by defeating the strong Forest High Lions by a score of 20 to 7 in a hotly contested game. Out playing their opponents throughout the game the Leopards crashed through the line, circled the ends, and opened up a passing game which gave the spectators a thrill as heretofore never ex- perienced at a local high school football fame. There is always a time and place for every- thing and we feel that here and now the names of the coach assistants should be mentioned and praise unlimited should be given to the loyal support and dependable service rendered by Messrs. Duncan and Lipscomb in the field activities. lt is always gratifying to have the loyal support of those that have been, but are not now, in school and those two boys have always been IOOW Football, having been trained in this activity from its infancy in Oak Cliff High. Mention should be made of our trainer, Dr. Denton, who, with his careful watch over our boys, has brought the team through the season in perfect trim. His medical knowledge, along with his loyal sup- port has been a great asset to Oak Cliff. ml as r 1 Page N mety F we



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