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The Leopards played a three-game
series at Amarillo, April 17th, 18th, and
19th. The first and second games were
won by the Golden Sandstorm.
ln the third game of the series the
Leopards came back and beat the Am-
arillo club by the score of I7-7.
The Leopards jumped on the offer-
ings of Basset, a southpaw, from the
start and slapped the ball to all sides of
the lot. Stockton relieved him, but was
also sent to the shower in favor of
Teddy Niehlous, who was also knocked
out of the box.
The Leopards came out of their lair
lighting, garnering three runs in stanza
one. They duplicated this act in the
second frame. The Leopard's big inn-
ing Was the fourth, when they sent five
men across the plate.
Batteries: Oak Cliff: Wilson and
Sanford, Amarillo: Basset, Stockton,
Nicklous, Anderson and Kelley. Um-
pires: Lupher and Winters.
Leopards 8, Forest 1
Playing good ball at all times during
the game, the Leopards won their sec-
ond start in the City Series over Forest
by the score of 8-I.
Both teams counted one each in the
iirst inning and then went scoreless in
the second frame.
The Leopards took the lead in the
third stanza, when Harvey got on by
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four hits out of live times at the bat.
Baxter was not far behind, getting
three out of four. Wilson who was
treated so roughly in the first game,
had the Sandies eating out of his hand.
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Before the baseball season start-
ed in 1924, the "Our Charley"
candy company offered a complete
baseball outfit to the high school
saving the largest number of "Our
Charley" wrappers. The outfit
consisted of twelve complete uni-
forms with shoes, bats, gloves, and
catcher's equipment The twelve
men who were presented with the
new uniforms were: Schroeder,
Joe King, Lynch, Rhoads, Baxter,
Harvey, Kirby, Watt, Cheeves,
Wilson, Sanguinet, and Sanford.
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On Wednesday, April 9th, the Leopards dusted off their spikes, brought
out their favorite war clubs, and journeyed to Rockwall to open the baseball
With five of the Hrst nine having but one day's practice after their
return from the National Basketball Tournament, the Leopards were not ex-
pected to make a good showing, but the natural ability of the players and
the usual Oak Cliff spirit brought them through to an easy 8-2 victory.
Bob Sanguinefs hitting featured, getting a homer, triple and double,
while Wilson was not far behind in this respect.
Wilson held the opposition to few scattered hits and received fairly good
support. Dave Cheeves in left held made a sensational catch of a Hy ball hit
barely over the infield in the sixth inning.
Leopards Beal ':B7'j'6Z7Z 2-1
In a close and interesting game the Blue and White Leopards opened the
city series by beating Bryan 2-I. Both pitchers showed some classy twirling,
but Harvey, the Leopard twirler, pitched a better brand of ball than his
Bryan started off by scoring in the opening round, but the Leopards
came back and knotted the count in the second, when Cheeves reached second
on an overthrow and Baxter singled, scoring Cheeves.
The Leopards scored their other run when Rhoads lined out a three
bagger with King on first base in the fourth frame.
Batteries: Oak Cliff: Harvey and Sanguinetg Bryan: Blassingame and
Blassingame. Umpire: Allen.
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The Leopards annexed another tally
in the fourth and two in the sixth. San-
guinet lcd off with a double in the
sixth, and was followed by a double to
left by Rhoads, but Sanguinet was held
at third. Cheeves then hit a sacrifice
fly to center, scoring Sanguinet and ad-
vancing Rhoads to third. Rhoads scored
on Baxterls infield out, and Kirby
rolled out to second base.
Schroeder hit a homer to right field
with one on in the ninth, running up
the total to eight. Battries: Oak Cliff:
Harvey and Sanguinet. Forestg Fergu-
son and Reed. Umpire: Allen.
Leopmfdx and Wolizs Tie for
After completing their schedule the
Oak Cliff Leopards and the Bryan High
Wolves found themselves tied for the
championship. The deciding game was
played on a muddy field and in a driz-
Zling rain. The Leopards were not in
their usual form, and the Wolves won
the game and the city series by a score
Although our team did not Win, it
played each game fairly and squarely
and fought With the Oak Cliff spirit.
We are proud of the record our base-
ball team made during the season of
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