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Page 106 text:
THE golf team of Oak Clill High School ended the City series
on March 19th when they defeated Forest with a score of
IO to 8.
The golf team Was handicapped at the beginning of the year
by the lack of experienced players3 but under the leadership of
Nlr. L. C. Leftwich, sponsor, and Author Jordan, captain, they
After the team had lost the' City Championship, they showed
their grit by continuing their playing up to the last play.
Oak Clif won third place in the city contest which was some
improvement over their Work of last year.
The team is Composed of: Nlr. L. C. Leftwich, sponsor3 Au-
thor llordan, captain5 D. Sidman, Sidney Stockton, Nat VVest,
Billy Allen, Chester Fitzgerald, XVilliam Beck, Everett Cook,
Allen Meckleiiburg, and Harold B. VVright.
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The Leopards in Track
THE Oak. Clit? Relay Team distinguished itself with several
excellent races during the current year. At the Stock Show
Meet in Fort VVorth, the team composed of Griffin, Smith, Hil-
liard, and Prather won second place in the mile relay. Fay Hil-
liard won the half-mile relay.
ln the Burleson Meet at Greenville, the Blue won a cup for
first place in the medley relay, with Hilliard, Prather, Cayton,
and Grifhn running. A team composed of Hilliard, Prather,
Griflin and Smith also took second place in the mile relay and
44.0 yard relay. Fay Hilliard again won the half mile run.
In the Texas Relays at Austin, the same team won second
place in the medley. At Houston in the Rice Relays, this team
won first place in the medley and third in the 880 yard relay.
The medley record was lowered by four seconds.
The Denton and Austin Meets have not yet been held, but
the Leopard followers are looking forward to some more wins
from these fast fellows.
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not find her entirely bereft of material, Doe Barr, who played doubles last
GH Oak Cliff! two state ehampions lefit last year, this season did
year with klimmie Quick, readily stepped into the position' of Oak Cliff's star
player. His experience and general tennis ability make him a valuable man.
Harvey Chamberlain, doubles player, is a fast steady player whose invincible
spirit will mean much toward tennis laurels.
lflloise Hartman, having had the valuable experience of previous years stands
Out not only as Captain of the girl's team but as one of its best players. Nlar-
gueritte Pierson is an are in serving, with a good firm return. She is indeed a
valuable asset and Oak Cliff need not worry for its victories with this steady
player in view. Rose Nlary Piekney, a former student of Denver Alunior High
School is indeed a pleasant discovery for Oak Cliff. lt is unusual, indeed, for
such a little girl to wield sueh a wicked racket.
Although the tennis season is hardly begun, victory has already perched on
our banners. Oak Cliff girls have defeated Bryanls doubles, while our boys,
doubles team defeated the Forest players. Doc Barr has begun the season by
winning his first mateh against Charles lflwell, the fast Sunset player. VVith
such a beginning Uak Cliff eagerly looks forward to a brilliant season.
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