Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1925

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9 IRA HOPPER 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. HOPPER TOM MAYES 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. SAssE HENRY SASSIC 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. HORACF NEWMAN 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. MAYES Nr-:WMAN Page One Hundred Twenly-six

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HOWARD BAXTER in the basket with uncanny accuracy. BAXTER -IIMMIIC HIGGINS jitnniie is a man we can always depend on in a pinch. Ile plays steadily and consistently and can be depended on to go in and fight to bring home a victory to Oak Clif. lloward Baxter is a synonym for ac- tion. When he enters a game, the speed picks up, and the going gets rough for the opposition. He plays all over the floor, is in every play and drops the ball KEIBBS xIOHN GIBBS Playing at guard, john Gibbs is Z1 very reliable and consistent player. Ile plays steadily and is aggressixe to the extent that a chance to intercept the ball or mess up a play of the opposing team rarely es- capes him. Taking him all in all John is a player that would be hard to duplicate. CHARLIE KING Oak Cliff is a democratic community but she sure loves her l'kings"-last, but not least of whom is Charlie-an accurate, fast, little basketeer who has worked hard and faithfully for the Blue and White. On more than one occasion his dependable goal shooting has saved the day and the big end of the score for Oak Cliff. llicoxxs Kms Page One Hznzdrell Tfccnly-sefwn

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