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yed his position well-fin fact, so well tackle, one must he quick, heavy, and tough,
t he was chosen on the all-city team. lfvans was all of these and then some. He
Xt year's team will miss him. played a clean, fair, lighting game.
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tion. Because of his ability, he was chosen
as captain for 727.
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"Chicken" was here and there and ev- P
erywhere, just where he was needed.
small, but scrappy and quick.
To be a good guard, one must have
strength to hold the line, speed to get the
opposing player, and might to open holes.
Howard possessed all of these qualities,
hence the player he was. He will indeed
be a valuable man for O. C. next year.
" inlcv played his second and last sue-
eessful year with the l,eopa1'ds. Ile is the
I last of the famous Higgins boys. '4Pink"
was quick and a good runner. He was a
hard worker and filled his position to per-
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l I Q him for next yL'Ill'. lxlllfll is expected uf liim. tlie bull his feet started up and on lie nent. llc
5 uns zu good lmrd player.
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I Spence didn't carry the bull muclw, but he was Doss XV2lSlllt a fluslxy player, nm' zi brilliant une,
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l being in O. C. next year will mezm one more at center. Sud to say this uns Duss, first and last
l strong man. year tu play.
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