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Page 124 text:
The Ri e Team
Capt. George H. Moore
Lieut. Seth Steele
Capt. J. W. Pope Private Bryan Shops
Capt. W. B. Pope Private E. Tarkington
Lieut. Jack Rudd Private Chandler Shackleford
Lieut. Joe Steger Private Edwin Miller
Lieut. John W. Gates Private
Capt. Robert Burgess C. Brown
Capt. Roger Morris R. Busse
Lieut. Orville Kiker
Sergeant, Royal Minor
have been rewarded for their efforts for win-
lVlembers of the rifle team
ning the City Rifle Meet, Dec. I2, by being presented with sweaters. The
sweater is white with a military emblem on the left breast. The emblem is
adopted from the Regimental Shield, which forms the background of the em-
blem, consists of thirteen stripes, seven red and six white, representing the thir-
teen original colonies. The center of the shield is composed of the Oak Cliff
"Ov and the numerals of the year 724 in the center. The Infantry Cross Rifles
appear, muzzles projecting from the top of the shield and the stocks from the
bottom. This award is a purely military design with the exception of the
school letter "Of As only the riHe team winning the city championship is pre-
sented with awards, it is naturally a very high and cherished honor, and we
might add, a very exclusive one, as only twelve are given each year.
Those who received them were: Lt. Jack Rudd, Captains George Moore,
Robert Burgess, W. Pope, W. B. Pope, Lieutenants Howard Napier and John
W. Gates. Sergeant Bryan Shope, Privates Edward Miller, John Miller,
Charles Busse and Carl Hardy.
Page One Hundred Twelve
Page 123 text:
The Crack Company
Whenever an Oak Cliff student sees the wonderful loving cup won
by our R. O. T. C. Crack Company, he thrills with pride-for that cup
means not only thc best company in Dallas-it means the best company
in the Whole state of Texas.
Gates, j. VV., Ist Sergeant
Rees, G., trumpetcr
Anderson, L. W.
Bon ers, D.
Holloway, W. R.
johnson, B. F.
Ward, C. D.
Page One Hundred Eleven
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