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Page 128 text:
The I928 Football Squad
YV. B. CLENIENT
Davis, ,luck l'Cotton"
Gore, Charles "kl1il4ie"
He1uphill,VV. R. 'lljill
Hinckley, YV. C., hlr.
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Lear, Toni Van
lVlCCain, Rea B.
Ruisey, lil. D.
Page 127 text:
AK CLIFF was again fortunate this year in having such a
splendid cheering squad. Sportsmanship, the ery heard at all
pep assemblies, was well developed by the cheer leaders.
For the first time in the Oak Cliff pep history, three girls were
elected-and what girlsl Through the leadership of Louise Conner,
Virginia Lee Bouldin, and Louise Tucker, the old Oak Cliff spirit
took a new lease on life.
The boys, James Cole, Alex Cason, and Doe Barr, led hy
George Holdin, were far from being lifeless. In fact, they all proved
that the "Oak Cliff Spirit shall not die.
"ON, ON, LDAK CLIFF Hr"
U11 Oak Clif Hi, Un Oak Clif Highl
Plunge right thru fha! line,
R101 the hall arozlml olrl Fermi,
Tozfelz-flown sure fhix time.
On Oak Clif Hi, On Oak Clif High!
Fighz rm for your fame.
Fight, fellows, jighf and we
TV ill win rhis gamel
Page 129 text:
SPRAGUE VV1cs'1' K11Il.SI41X'
1928 Football Season
HE U. C. Leopards, led hy Captain Howard Sprague and 'lack Davis, were
victorious in their first encounter of 1928 season. The Leopards defeated the
Denton Normal Eaglets I3-O in the first half of the game played Septemher 28th at
Sunset field. The Leopards and the Sunset liisons alternated the game, O. C. play-
ing first half with Sunset playing the second half.
.Xt Denton, the Leopards defeated the Denton scruhs 6-0, although there was a
heavy rain 'liom Cain scored the only touchdown in the third quarter. Kelsey and
Davis were outstanding players.
The U. C. Blue and YVhite juggernaut rolled out a 41-0 victory and also out-
classed Stripling High. The features of the game were the hard, smashing line hucks
hy Cain and Sprague and sweeping end runs hy Davis. Strength on the defense for
the Leopards was shown hy Kelsey, Hill, and Swatek.
Under the guidance of Howard Allen the O. C. team invaded lfort XVorth Uc-
toher 20th and walked off with a 51-6 victory over Polytechnic High of that city. The
game was declared to he a regular track meet hy those who attended. U. C. un-
covered an offensive in the form of a great interference running machine, which swept
H111 ll1l.1,Po'1' lVi:l1:l1'l'
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