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HAGEMANN ST 'VENSON TAYLOR LINDBIQRG
VICTOR HAGEMANN QU ljngf' 7 CORDYE BROWNLEE
Sport Editor High School Weekly, Oak' Staff, Senior
Play. The kind of a boy we all Want to have arounld,
even, if he does like 'tsnipe hunting." He always in-
tended to be a business man until after the Senior play
but now he is slipping toward the White lights of Broad-
way and reads all he can find about john Barrymore.
Captain R. O. T. C., High Y Club. Good natured.
believes in trying for anything even if you don't succeed
as in the lSenior Playl. 'Tis said he loves the name of
Abner as well as ,thc curly hai d ladylwho lives across
theway. Q1 I- ' 2, ,l,6G
YIYIAN STOKES 6
Sevior Play ,231 HA Wild' irish Roses, can easi -.ff 5 9, ' '- ' ' d little delicacv just made to fit the heart of a
of our Irene, minus the wild. A little Wild at ' ', '-- ut itvs get to be a big heart Controlled by a red
now and then Just so it 1sn't carried too f an gut heads 1 wounded by gold dollars'
handsome friend never goes too far--even . V' dn I.:
by moonlight she always gets back at an A rly . ,,. DOROTHEA ELZEY
DIXIEITAYLOR , ' ls' "Faithful to duty, successful in under
Girls Club. Oak Staif, Senior Play. The :T gg: ll ar , ,L ings, fu e to fricnds, loyal to ideals." We don't think
girl wc know, even if she is far around. "Ulf fun and that iff-tends to be an undcrtakcr. She dances too
fiiiiiiliilgtlif ifiigliig is 2223512 awgys i f ff- T t' '
'a' 4' JACK SPEARS
Scholarship Club, Catalogue and Pennant Committee,
Senior Ring and Invitation Committee,Treasurer Jan.
Class. Acorn Staff, Senior Play. Earl is a help to all.
ln fact, we don't know what the Senior play could have
been without him. Shh! Some think it might have
been more successful if Earl had loved a little more
Five minute talk Contest, Di-hating Society, Vice-Pres.
of Jan. Class. Speed-spt-cd! That's jack's middle
name when it comes to talk. "In my youth," said
Jack, "I took to law and argued each case with my wife."
Of course I have no wife so l iust imagined hcr. If I had
one l'd talk her to death--anyway.
5 Bnowxuiig STOKES
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Football Captain, Basketball. Most Popular Boy,
Acorn Stalf, All City Half '22, All Southern
Full '22, Sec't. "O" Association '22. The name of
Pzitricio, the Great will never be forgotten in Oak Cliff,
for he stands for all that is best and finest in sportsman-
ship. He stayed with us long enough to win half the
feminine hearts and to supply almost a third of the
Football '22. Unlike the other Dallas Parks-Jack does
not close at 11 p.m. He frequently sleeps during class
but is said to be a regular night owl at the P. 8: P. Club,
ALICE PREYYITT T
Girls' Club, Acorn Staff, Library Swimming Club,
ladies with Sweaters' ,7f, ,111 y- Basket Ball Team, Scholarship Ciub. A I l
EVELYN VVEAVERM .. fi - - -A '7 :T H 115 ,girl with lots of sense and non-sense. A V
gicremry of Scgior C1153 Eesfwesid l Kats are z d ckzur gqtgiikcg H153 two will accomplish wonders--
ub, Assistant ditoro ig c oo ee 'V 1 'f1"""'l' ' if .5 ' i i
student whose Geometry and Chemistry 1,11 edge ,ff R 1'
been a, marvel of the age, at East to fl? QQ li ts ,.' MARY JO STROTHER 0
' Z ' . -I 1 1 , ' V -- '-f. - ' A
that Inhibit tin Mme CLASSLS nyway S e Hfjenero fi Giiils' Clubg Scholarship Club Orchestra, Senior Play,
CATHERINE NELMS in V A I yiQQQ..P1-gsident of Class. This little 'piecc-of femininity
Journalism Staff. Girls' Club. "Dark and '?gEfNiiiiQ5B'lQi?5-fileChild,H1fh0HghShSEO9S1HH rm:-a-vat man-
strangely sweet." C. N. got a late start in Oak Cliff but
she helped make history while she was there!
' DAVID WOOLF
Senior Play. "A friend in deed is a friend in need."
Going to be a famous tennis player. He found out what
"racquet" meant Senior day-- and he likes the way they
ner. Must have heart trouble or at least causcs it!
Football, Public Speaking Society, "If he may try
and try, he may succeed, by and by." The way he mis-
treated the English Language we think he aspires to be
a prize fighter.
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JQE CRAFT ' ' mm RICHARD WILLIS
Cheer Leader, OFFicer R O. T. C., Anti-Cuss League,
Senior Play. He makes a wonderful hero in a play. Not
only that but he can work geometry problems--with a
Richard is one of those goorl-nnturcd happy-go-lucky
chaps that the senior class boasts of. Richard, so we
hear, is quite tricky with the young ladies. You'd better
KLEO ADA CHOLLAR -- --I-1:1-I-K-1-'-.. - fy-Q-E52 CLARISSE GILLILAND
Girls' Club. She paints Well--Now this does efer to PCP qua' it HQ?metimQS Shy' yet full of Surprises' in
hi-'fomplexion--although she does touch it u he K Y gmc ayd 'H d- Hilsfl t She 21 thfllllng Name f0f the
W le' BE A R i LEONA ROBERTS
RNITA DITTM N ,Q A Clu cholarship Club. Real Worth and merit
Girl Reserves. "A charming girl in whom all . ve Con- never rewarded. "Such at friend is worth all
fidencef' But that doesn't mean that sh if HL! ,jbgjhj run." Even to that of using her Latin
"confidence" game. HK -icumiii "'- Ying her book reports.
Camp Dallas Medical Officer, Commissioned Oflieer
R. O. T. C. Harold is in all respects ri true blue gentle-
man. Even if he Wouldn't have his picture made at
the right place! He wears spectacles a la Harold Lloyd.
Music Memory Contest, Captain Swimming Team. A
jolly, good natured chap, quiet and reserved except
when on fishing trips when he is said to be quite fi rival
to the Queen of May.
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