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Your team is shot to pieces
Your good men gone
The rest can't last long.
You're dead ere the season commenee
You're pretty good. Forest will clinch.
More than you should Aye! centrainly cinch
But your team is shot to pieces! The title for which she wishes.
We can't see how. YeahYOak Cliffs doomed
As we haven't now. Look! Forest swoons:
That you've found such ops-n breaches. lt's lzer team lhat's shot lo pit-ees
Look out Oak Cliff! For Blue is true.
lAw what's the diff! Thut's what Forest knew
Her team is shot to pieces When recovering on the benches.
We've always said
'Twas the Blue that lead.
How we've ever adored her playing!
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BASKET B A L L
Joi: KING -
HOWARD ALLEN -
P. M. KIJNLIQY -
- - Manager
J oi: KING - -
En. SAssI: -
- - Center
- Left Guard
- Left Forward
W. C. LYNCH
Ouus LEE PARKS
When the basket hall season opened, Coach
Allen had only three letter men as the nucleus
for his teamg Joe King, center, Bill Schroeder,
forward, and Clen Higgins, guard. Never-
theless when the call went out a wealth of new
material responded. Dick Garvin, Orval
Rhoads, W. C. Lynch, Edward Sasse, .lim
Anderson and Odie Lee Parks were the most
promising of the new stars.
OAK CLIFF 55, LANCASTER 4
The first game arranged by Manager Kenley
was with Lancaster High School. The day
preceding the fray Joe King was elected cap-
tain. ,Ioe was so proud of this honor that he
really surpassed himself in the art of accurate
goal-shooting and Oak Cliff began to think
that maybe some of the last year's team would
not be missed so badly after all.
OAK CLIFF 50, RED OAK 4.
Somewhat elated by his initial victory the
Oak Cliff Leopard scented new victoriesg ac-
cordingly he left his lair on the west bank of
the Trinity and journeyed to Red Oak and
came back with "half a century" score to its
OAK CLIFF 38, DENISON 6.
Pleased with the results of his first foreign
trip, the Leopard hied himself to Denison and
forgetting all about his good manners again
came home with a nice large score and rolled
his eyes looking for new worlds to conquer.
OAK CLIFF 44, DENTON 4.
OAK CLIFF 30, IRVING 6.
OAK CLIFF 34, HUEY SI PHILP 32.
In these three games, the Leopard again
proved his power and got himself into perfect
condition to go hunting for his favorite' diet-
the Dallas City Championship. The work of
Higgins and Sasse at guard became very
brilliant about this time and Allen's Leopard
was in perfect condition when the city series
OAK CLIFF 31, FOREST AVE. 23.
This game was hard fought throughout but
the Oak Cliff team work was a little the
smoother, and the Oak Cliff Leopard a little
the more determined and tlIerefore carried
home the first victory in the city series.
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