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Page 132 text:
1930 Foofball Season
C11.x1u.is f Amt Goin.-CD1 :fain am! Hal bark
klakie has ended a very fine liigli school eareer. He is one of
the best baekfitld men Oak Cliff has ever produced, Z1 wonderful
sport and a very heady football player. Jakie was elected on the
ofheial all-city high school team two years and was the only
triple threat man in the city series. He was mentioned on the
all-state football team.
. . 49 Arlington . 0
. . 6 Athens . 0
. . 6 Ardmore . O
. . 26 Forest . . . 0
. . 39 North Dallas , . 0
. . 32 W'Oodrow Xvilson . 0
. . 14 Sunset . . . 6
. . 0 Tech .... . an
. l 3 Highland Park . 7
. . 0 Corsieana . . 26
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james was the star of the first two games but
broke his ankle and had to miss the rest of the season.
He is fast, shifty and a good blocker. He would un-
doubtedly have made the all-city team this year had
he not been injured. James never complains of any-
thing and is one of the high school heroes.
Page 131 text:
NlILI.I la Noam LDURRFTT
MR. W. E. Nofxu-Coaclz
"Pop" turned out one of the surprises of the city series when he
coached the Oak Cliff Leopards to a city and district championship
without losing a game. Many people said that Oak Cliff had the best
coached high school team they had ever seen. The boys' troubles were
"Pop's" troubles, and he never hesitated to give them his help when he
could. He stood for no back talk and commanded the respect and friend-
ship of every one of the players.
MR. W. P. DURliI2T1'iAXSiXfllI1f Cum-ff
Mr. Durrett coached the second team and made the sorry material
he had into a team that held the team that was second in the city series,
to a tie. Mr. Durrett showed each lineman individually all the pointers
he had learned, and his careful work was instrumental in the team's
success. Mr. Durrett believes in working hard for a short period and
then quitting. Mr. Durrett and Mr. Noah combined their knowledge and
made a wonderful team out of very little material.
Mk. C. C. M11.L1iR-Assixfallf Coarll
Mr. Miller was new to Oak Cliff this year, but he has made a fine
name for himself. He had charge of the scrubs. These boys knew noth-
ing at all about football before he took them in charge, but by the end
of the season he had a bunch of youngsters that will be the nucleus of
next year's eleven.
Page 133 text:
Ia xiul 1. Sruoun
'l'rn'Hi' rllltl Q1ml'lq'1'f1tlt'k
l,em vva-, oflicial all-City tackle
and was piclxetl by the critics to
he the must valuable man on the
team. Ile was mentioned on the
allfstate fntvtball team. Lem is a
fine hlncker, a wonderful defensive
taekle, a gnntl pass receiver, a good
sign.: s tenn He is square
runner, and a heatl man who Called
i l fllll llllf lt . N I
.Intl .1 good spurt.
Lltvnx Klum it
Alnhnny was one of the most
untlerratetl football players in the
city, by everyone except the boys
on the team, the coaches and the
hnys who played against him.
-lnhnny was a good blocker and a
wontlerful defensive man. Ile Con-
cluded his third year on the team
against Stamps of Corsicnna who
can undoubtedly tell you more
Cl xvwox lliu I ll min IQ XYYYAIAN
Buttermilk linisheml his third year
on the team in grand fashion. But-
ter was a lbulwarlc nn the offense
and an extra goutl defensive man.
Ile is small nf stature but is built
lilce a locomotive, anal is as ltarcl
hitting as one when he tackles. He
is a clean sport and was selected
nn several all-city lionlhall teams.
XX Al,'I'I la Cionnl Noumi
Xvalter was selected nn the all-
eity fnntlull team and shnwetl the
penple it isn't sile hut quality than
wins. lle was just so much dyna-
mite, anal shnwecl everything possible
that a small man can eln. He was
extranrtlinarily gnml on the defense
and was an excellent blocker. HC
had lmnnrahle mentinn this year on
the allatate team.
.la ui M CCG Y
-Iaelc made a wonderful name for
himself this year. lle was a ine
blneker, a ramming line plunger,
and a good pass receiver. He was
a hard fighter and will make a
name fnr himself and Oak Cliff
wherever he goes to college.
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