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Page 133 text:
BAS KETBALL BOYS
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Page 132 text:
I 9 2 9 Basketball Season
THE Basketball Team of Oak Cliff High School ended
the city series on February 27 by defeating her weaker
rival, Dallas Tech, with the score of 33 to 6.
The Leopard Basketeers began the season in an ideal
way, defeating first North Dallas, then Wfoodrow Wilsoii,
and Dallas Tech, but, just at this stage of the race, Sunset
came along with three all-city veterans and started us on that
long losing streak that wasnlt curbed any by mid-term.
From that first defeat until six more games had been
lost, Oak Cliff just couldnlt seem to shake off the jinx that
hung over her. Finally, the traditional fight of Oak Cliff
came through with a victory over North Dallas and followed
this up by defeating Dallas Tech, thus ending the season of
1928-329 in fourth place.
This yearls team was composed of Carl Crofford, cap-
tain, Lewis Kelsey, Bill Erickson, Nat VVest, Gillon Cole,
Ed VVright and Julius Truelson.
Page 134 text:
OAK CLIFF GOLF TEANI
1929 golf Season
NDER the efficient direction of Coach L. C. Left-
wich, the Oak Cliff High Golf Team advanced to
a tie with VVoodrow VVilson at the end of the first
four matches, which constituted one-half of the season.
Oak Clif? started the golf season this year with three
veterans on the team: Everett Cook, captain of last vear's
team, Gus Nloreland, runnerfup for Texas High School
championship honors, and Charles Gore, of last year's team.
Billy Spencer, Jr., was the new member, and although in-
experienced, he is showing great promise.
The teams are usually paired in the following manner:
Everett and Charles, Gus and Billy. Everett and Charles,
C'-Iakief' as he is popularly known, did not lose a point for
the first four matches.
The annual Higli School golf championship of Texas
will probably be held in the early part of lVlay at the Tenison
Park Course, and the Oak Cliff entries are expected to be
near the top, both in individual scoring, and in team play.
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