Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1925

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Page 132 text:

HIGGINS Hoon CLEMENTS JIMMIE HIGGINS Following in the footsteps of his brother, Ox Higgins, jimmie has proved him- self to be a player of sterling qualities. He plays his position with all the vim and fight necessary and at the same time keeps a cool head and shoots the passes hack straight and true. Much depends on the center, and he has more than filled that position. MURRELL HOOD To be a good guard a man must have strength to hold the line, the speed to get the jump on the opposing player, and he ahle to open holes. "Tubl, Hood has all of these qualities so you can guess the sort of player he is and the kind of game he plays. DALLAS CLEMENTS Clements is the silent man of the backfield. He rarely carried the ball but he made it possible for the other man to carry it by leading their interference. His wonderful work leading interference made many of the long runs of W. C. Lynch possible. Clements is also fine on the defensive and as a receiver of passes. iffffvw' Qi'.""""' ' 1 ' Page One H'undreil Eighteen

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,, ,, .,.,.v-, vm.. , . Livmrxcm IBUNN MAYES ROY LUMPKIN 'Twas a sad day for the opposition when the K'Wild Irishman" joined the Oak Cliff squad. He showed himself to he a fine linesman and then to show what lie could do became a veritable human tank in the hackfield. He has a stiff arm that cannot be beat and he is very hard to stop. TOM MAYES Tom can grab passes from any direction, outrun an antelopc, and is a hard tackler. In fact, at the end position he is everything we could wish for. In the first Sherman-Oak Cliff game he started the scoring and will always he next to our hearts for this. TOM DUNN Tom Dunn plays a Whale of a game at tackle. He is always on the job and plays a consistent game. He is good at opening holes on the offensive and is a sure tackler of the defensive. , ' ta. SH. Page One Hundred Seventeen



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BALCOM POTTS KING HOMER BALCOM "Lummox', is big enough to play two positions at the same time so when he just plays one, that position is played. He can hold the line against attacks and get tackles that look impossible. He has the fighting Oak Cliff spirit and sure makes it hard on the opposition. CHARLIE POTTS Charlie is a track man as well as a football player and is as fast as a streak of lightning. He plays halfback and when he gets the ball, we are reasonably sure of a good gain. Charlie works hard and plays a clean hard game. CHARLIE KING Charlie King is a hard working, conscientious player and plays a fine game at quarter and at half. He is a quick thinker, fast, and knows football. He comes from a family of football players, being a brother of Joe, B. K., and Gus King and he has shown himself to be worthy of the name. Page One Hundred Nineteen

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