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Page 134 text:
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Bennie hurt his ankle the second
week of practice and was haadi-
capped the entire season. Bennie
was a fair blocker, a good defensive
end, and a fair pass receiver. Ile
alternated at center, played at tackle
a while, and finished at end. He
has an admirable spirit and is a
JULIUS Qjuovj Tkurrsox
judy played end during the sea-
son with an advantage of height
over most boys. He developed into
an excellent pass catcher and a good
blocker. At the end of the season
tludy began to get the big idea and
played some good football.
PAUL Haiutrv D115'ff7'Z'Cl'
Paul is one of our speediest men.
Although he didnlt get to play
much at the first of the season his
ability was noted quickly and he
became one of the best runners in
the city. Big things are expected
of Harkey next season.
KIAMES QJIMD KLLLLY
.lim was an excellent end. He
was on several all-city football teams
and got honorable mention on the
all-state, He was unusually good at
catching passes and was a fair
blocker, The team loses one of the
best ends the school has ever pro-
duced when Alim Kelly leaves.
Tom was an all-city quarterback
and was on the team two years.
He is an excellent passer, a fair
blocker, and a good runner. Tomls
passing ability was phenomenal, and
Oak Cliff hates to lose a player
like him. Tom is a good sport and
a square shooter.
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'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
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.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.
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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.
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-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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Harold was a fine end, who had
the spirit never to give up. lle was
rather small and was handicapped,
but he was an excellent backer and
defensive end. He was weak on
catching passes, but his other ability
more than made up for this short-
Frank was a ine center who was
one of our best defensive men. He
was the only man in the City who
played brilliantly against the eenter
at Tech, lfrank's ambition was to
make a touchdown, but the best
he could get was a safety on a
Gi omni CRCDl"'I'
George played in the baekiqeld at
the first of the season and showed
he was a fine defensive plaver. Mr.
Noah had so much baekfield ma-
terial that he shifted George to
taekle. George, although it was in
the middle of the season, learned
rapidly and was an excellent tackle.
lhlll t.i.xit11 hlURRIS
Hilliard, commonly Called llilly,
was under a handicap because of his
size, but he showed that he had the
spirit and all that goes with it.
llilly is a very good passer and
played his best ganie against lforest.
Itovn R Ussifu,
Lloyd is another halfbaek who
was handicapped by size but had the
spirit. He is a very good line
plunger and ci good blocker. Lloyd
has two more years and should be
a great player the next two years.
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