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Oak Cliff vs. Vernon
Oak Cliff added another name to their long list by defeating Vernon 39-O.
Lynch made many long runs, and Hopper tore through their line consistently.
Lumpkin Was used in the back field for the first time and showed up fine.
Lumpkin uses the "tank" method and is hard to stop. Balcom, Dunn, and
Rhoads starred on the line.
The Vernon team was too light to cope with Oak Cliff, but they are good
fighters, and We Wish them luck. Cooper, Walker, and Gilhausen starred for
Oak Cliff vs. Cisco
ln a Whirlwind of Blue and White the Cisco Loboes Went down to defeat.
Coming to Dallas with a line said to be the strongest in the state, it Was sup-
posed that Oak Cliff would resort to the aerial route. Coming as a surprise,
Lumpkin and Hopper were thrust through the tackles of Ciscols line and reeled
off yard after yard. Coach Allen's strategy was apparent here. Oak Cliff beat
Cisco at their own game, their line was beaten and thrown back, and Oak
Cliff marched down the Held. The score-Oak Cliff 52, Cisco 7.
Oak Cliff vs. Waco
With the ground frozen solid by an icy north Wind, Oak Cliff and Waco
went on the field to battle for the State Championship.
W. C. Lynch, the wonder man of Oak Cliff, did all sorts of tricks on the
frozen field, sometimes making five or six yards by simply sliding on his back
on the frozen ground.
Lumpkin, Hopper, Clements, and Rhoads were there big. Lumpkin ex-
celled even himself in the use of his notorious stiff arm. Hopper went through
the line for many gains, and Clements and Rhoads snatched passes from all
directions. Balcom, Hood, and Allen played a fine game on the line. The
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With the stamina to play a fast game,
the speed to be aggressive, and an accurate
eye for the basket, Hopper plays a won!
derful game of basket ball. In addition
he has the experience and head necessary
and consequently is the leader of our team
and a star among stars.
It would be hard to find a man that
played harder, fought harder, or played
a better game than Tom Mayes. He is
fast on the floor and throws himself into
the game with all abandon. Tom can
also ring baskets with the best and is a
mainstay of our team.
Dubby plays a sure and cautious game
of basket ball. He never plays slap dash,
hit or miss but waits for his chance and
takes full advantage of it. As this type
he is always dependable in every play and
ranks as one of our best players.
A new comer to our school, Newman,
has proved himself to be Il true Cliff-
dweller. He plays a fast, easy game and
is always on hand when needed. He
plays seemingly without effort. His
smoothness of action and ability to be at
the right spot at the right time ready to
receive or intercept the ball make him
very valuable to our team.
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