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Leading the Oak Clitl' teammates in points
scored with 51, LroH'ord was recognized as ll
real forward ln' the other eitj' players. His ac-
curate throw and kee
n eye accounted for many
lwaskets which otherwise would have gone to
naught. Nlueh will he expected of him if he
remains to play next
hlcliride also played a line game at guard
for the Leopards, and should be given some
Credit for what success the team enjoyed
during the past season. He apparently has
Ll natural instinct for Covering players, and
used his knowledge of the game to an ad-
vantage all of the time. His presence in
the lineup next year will mean another
spoke in a perfect wheel of harmony.
The tall, blond forward, Bill Roberts,
played a fairly good game for Coach Al-
len's lwasketeers. Roherts is perhaps capable
of hetter hasketlwall, but lie really never
quite got started. Should he play neXt
year he will in all prolwalwilitj' he a star.
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AK CLIFF Won the city championship track meet at Lake Cliff
Park, with 46 points to Forestls 43 points. Sprague set a new record
in the discus with a heave of I2j feet and II inches. Meinhers of the
Oak Cliff track team Who placed in the tourney follow:
100 yard dash: Davis
Shot Put: Sprague, first place
220 yard low hurdles: Hardy
High lump: VVright
One mile run: Lumpkin
Discus: Sprague, tirst place
220 yard dash: Davis
880 yard dash: McBride, lirst place
440 yard dash: Young
In the district track meet at Denton held Saturday, April 14, Oak
Cliff placed in the following events:
Shot put: Sprague, lirst place, Cain,
Discus: Sprague, first place, Hall,
-layelini Cain, second place.
100 yard dash: Davis, third place.
440 yard dash: Young, fourth place.
220 yard dash: Davis, second place.
lXf'Iile run: Lumpkin, fourth place.
lVlile relay: Oak Cliff, fourth.
Oak Cliff Won the interschool competition between the individual
schools. The Leopards defeated every high school track team in the
city in the separate meets.
The Leopard trackmen who competed in the interschool track meets
follow: Lumpkin, Kelsey, Sprague, Cain, Davis, Mayfs, McBride, Ridley,
Young, Hays, Hall, Hardy, W1'igl1t.
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