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To prove that enthusiasm for track in Oak Cliff High
School has not waned by the passing of years, approx-
imately thirty-five boys came out to seek positions on the
team. Three letter-men are back, Lloyd Russell, Thurman
Gentry, and Charles Gruneisen. The Oak Cliff team is
conceded the Winner of the City track meet and a chance
to cap honors at the District meet at Denton.
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The tennis team of Oak Cliff High School exerted every
effort to be a success. The boys were runners-up for City
Coach R. N. Smith expertly guided Robert Bogardus,
William Bowen, Mary Jane Huntzinger, Freda Harris and
Rosemary Tunnell in the city series.
Although no places were won, the tennis team took ad-
vantage of the opportunity and brought out the sports-
manship and spirit of Oak Cliff High.
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District Champions, IQ32
On Saturday, April 16, 1932, a small squad of eight track men from
Oak cliff High School journeyed to Denton for the annual district track
meet. Pictured above are the track men that placed in the city meet. Eight
of these boys, Lloyd Russell, Thurman Gentry, Charles Gruneisen, J. C.
Brewster, johnny Sprague, and Edwin Hamilton, competed in the district
meet, capturing the District Trophy from the Masonic Home of Fort
Worth by one and one-half points. The boys who placed in the district
meet were: Lloyd Russell, first in the high hurdles, second in low hurdles
and fourth in the javelin throw, John Sprague, Hrst in discus and tied for
first in shot put, J. C. Brewster, third in the discus, Howard Greathouse,
fourth in quarter-mile rung and Edwin Hamilton, fourth in the mile run.
Johnny Sprague and Lloyd Russell are the trac.k men from Oak Cliff to
compete in the State track meet held at Austin, Texas.
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