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LLOYD RUSSELL., Captain-Elect
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-
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.
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SCORE SECOND HALF
. 22 Forest . . 36
. 16 North Dallas 26
. 33 Sunset . . 29
. 21 Tech . . . 1 1
. 1 1 Woodrow Wilson 12
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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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Though our golf team has been doing its best under the
faithful direction of our enthusiastic. Coach, Mr. Lewis C.
Leftwich, we have not met with quite our usual success
We, however, are not to be discouraged. We have only
to remember that Oak Cliff has been a redoubrable con-
tender for the City title in golf ever since this sport was
introduced in the Dallas High Schools. A few reverses do
not dampen the Oak Cliff spirit.
The members of the 1932 team are: Ben Johnson, James
E. Wilson, Sam Martin, and Jack Henderson.
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