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tough man to oppose, but was was the largest football player some of the other boys, was al-
handicapped by lack of exper- in the district, takes to football ways in the open when a pass
ience. His ambition to make the like a Ford takes to a ditch.lHe was thrown his way. He was a
team was fulfilled. J. C. played is a smart player and knew good pass receiver, a good block-
his best game against Highland practically all the signals for er, and tackler. Robby was at
Park. His friendly nature and each position on the lineb. He his best in the Palestine game
true sportsmanship was an as.. was the star of the Leopard line when he caught two passes for
set to the team. until slowed up by a. knee in- touchdowns in the last two min-
jury. utes of play.
LEoN GEISER, Tackle HARRISO'N HAYSLIP, Guard
Leon was the hardest tackler on the Oak Harrison finished his first year with a boom,
Cliff team and he stopped many ambitious although he was handicapped by size and lack
backfield men who were inspired to cross the of experience. Because of Harrison's determi-
Leopard goal line. He was a good blocker and nation to whip all of his opponents, he was
opened many holes for the backfield men. He given the name of "Tuffus." This was Harri-
takes everything seriously and this may be the son's first and last year,on the team, but his
reason for his success. fighting spirit will not be forgotten.
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John could catch passes with
one hand almost as well as he
could with two. He was excep-
tionally fast for a man of his
build, and this, combined with
his sure tackling, made it hard
for his opponents to circle his
end. He was friendly, a heady
player, and a good sport.
CLARENCE IVIE, End
Clarence has practically all
the good qualities necessary for
a player on the Leopard squad.
He is fast, a good defensive man
and an excellent pass receiver.
This is Clarence's first year on
the team, and he is worthy of
wearing the letter HD." He
should be a sensation in the next
CARLOS JON ES, Tackle
Carlos is a newcomer from
Amarillo but has gained quite a
reputation as a football player
on the Leopard team. He is
powerful and fast. He stopped
many ambitious plungers of the
opposing teams and should make
a great player in the next two
years at Oak Cliff.
JIM KELLY, End
Jim, although handicapped
most of the football season with
an injured shoulder and sprained
ankle, exhibited some of the best
brand of football seen this year.
At a Wing' position, Jim was ex-
ceptionally good on the defense
and knew the art of catching
passes. He was awarded a posi-
tion on the all-city selection.
WALTER IRWIN, Center
"Boots" was handicapped
throughout most of the season
with a broken arm. He received
this injury in the second game
of the season and was out until
the last three games. "Boots"
always gave his best, and he
was admired for his wonderful
OVED ESSARY, End
Oved was a fine end who had
the fighting spirit and every-
thing that goes with it. Although
rather small, he was an excel-
lent tackler and a good pass re-
ceiver. Playing his first year for
the blue and white, he showed
an admirable spirit and good
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Gordon was the best goal
shooter on the team. He could
hit the goal from any angle on
the court. He was fast and a
fine passer. Although quiet in
speech Gordon made himself
known by his scrapping spirit.
Gordon was handicapped in size,
but his admirable sportsmanship
made up for this shortcoming.
This was Gordon's first year on
the team, but such a player will
live long in the hearts of his
CHARLES GRUNEISEN, Guard
"Tiny" played his first year
for the blue and white. He was
fast. a good dribbler and the
possessor of an excellent over-
hand pass tht went straight as
an arrow to its mark. "Tiny"
was handicapped by his arm
that had recently been broken.
"Tiny" had the spirit never to
give up and such an athlete and
honor student will be greatly
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SCORE FIRST HALF
WALTER GOODENOUGH, Guura'
Walter, playing his second
year for the blue and white was
the spark plug of this year's
team. He was one of the best de-
fensive guards in the city, al-
though handicapped by an in-
jured knee. Because of his fight-
ing spirit and keen thinking he
was the acting captain during
the 1932 season. Such aii excel-
lent guard will be hard to
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