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Tom showed up line in the
track meet. He won first place
in the mile run, second place in
the high jump, and third place
in the 880-yard run. Tom is a
great sportsman as well as a
great runner. Oak Cliff is proud
to have Tom among her number
of athletic stars.
James, alias 'Tightin' Joe
Hooker," is a shining example
of that old fighting spirit of Oak
Cliff High School. He made
the other teams stretch in the
field events and tied with En-
hanks of Oak Clit? for first
place in the pole vault. Much
is expected of 'KFightin' Joe"
this year, and judging from his
work so far, he will not disap-
point us. Do your stuff, "Ioe."
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Charlie was a little but loud
man in Oak Cliii athletics. Be-
sides making the football team
he was a very valuable man on
the track team winning second
place in the 440 dash, second in
the 220 dash and holding down a
place on the one mile relay team
from Oak CliFE that walked off
with first place.
When "Lummox" put the
shot 42 feet and 5 inches, he es-
tablished a city record and lit-
erally hurled himself to fame.
In the athletics of Oak Cliff
High, he is quite indispensable
since he was a member of the
football team as well as the
track team. He will go down
in Oak Cliff's Hall of Heroes
as a good athlete and a clean
When the track meet was
over, everybody in Oak Cliff
realized that we had a George
McLean in school. In the 880
he came out first and he was
also on the winning relay team.
He was second in the mile run.
The track team will miss George
and his winged feet in the 1925
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City Track Meet, ,April I2, 1924
The City Track Meet of ,24 was held at Lake Cliff, Saturday,
April 12. The finals in Weight events and the preliminaries in sprints
were held in the morning. The finals in Sprints and distances, together
With the other field events Were held in the afternoon.
THE RESULTS OF THE MEET
Shot put-Balcom, city record, 42 feet 5 inches. ln all other of the
morning events Oak Cliff was unfortunate in that she failed to place.
Mile run-Mayes, McLean, Burch, 4 minutes 55 seconds.
Pole vault-Three tie for first place, Eubanks and Robinson fOak
Cliffj, McGuire QBryanQ IO feet 9 inches.
440-yard dash-Teague fBryanj, Potts fCliffj, Estes fForestj, 563X5
High jump-Johnson QBryanj, four tie for second, Mayes fClifTj
Simpkins fForestj, Clomer and Coit QBryanj, 5 feet 4. inches.
220-yard dash-Teague fBryanj, Potts QCliffj, 22 2-5 seconds.
880 run-McLean fCliffQ, Estes fF0restj, Mayes fCliffj, Burch
fCliH'Q, city record 2 minutes 8M seconds.
Hop, step, jump-Decherd CBryanj, Meje fBryanj Keahey fCliffj,
41 feet 3 inches.
Relay, mile-Cliff fReynolds, McLean, Robinson, F., Pottsj, For-
est fsecondj, Bryan fthirdj, 3 minutes 45y3 seconds.
Individual men and high point mem
Teague, Bryan 15, Decherd, Bryan 135 Mann, Forest IO, Mayes,
Oak Cliff SM, McLean, Oak Cliff 8.
Final score-Bryan 74M35 Cliff 45W,g Forest 36, North Dallas 8.
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