Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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If " n.vf.H'0 LLOYD RUSSELL., Captain-Elect Forward Lloyd was one of the leading scorers in the city. He was fast and an accurate shot from mid- court. Lloyd possessed the de- termination to win although his team was on the little end of the score. He has played two years on the Leopard team and unan- imously elected captain for next year. Lloyd is expected to lead in the city scoring race next year. Let's watch and see. J. A. LINDSAY, Guard Pete was the best passer and dribbler on the team. He was a crip shot artist and a good guard. He was handicapped with a sprained ankle and was unable to play most of the last half. This was Pete's first year to let- ter on the team. He always thought of the team instead of himself. Pete's fine spirit will be remembered forever by his team- mates. RICHARD BERRY, Center Richard was the only tall man on the team and he used his height to an advantage. He mastered an overhand shot that resulted in many points for the Blue and White. He was an ac- curate passer and a good defense man. Richard has another year with the Leopard team and with added experience should prove a threat in the 1933 city series. IQ32 Bmketbazll Semon Oak Cliff . Oak Cliff . Oak Cliff . Oak Cliff . Oak Cliff . SCORE SECOND HALF . 22 Forest . . 36 . 16 North Dallas 26 . 33 Sunset . . 29 . 21 Tech . . . 1 1 . 1 1 Woodrow Wilson 12 . ,.j?'fi, -4-

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