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Captain Sprague was easily the power
house of the Leopards line, smearing op-
ponents' plays time after time. He was
unanimously chosen on the official all dis-
trict team and had honorable mention for
the all-state football team. Opponents
learned to fear the heartless powerful
center with the fighting spirit. This is
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"Pop,,' as he is fondly called by his
athletes, is rated as one of the best coach-
es in the state. 'ipopv knows all the rudi-
ments of football, especially the backfield
and he, unlike some coaches, knows how
to use that natural gift. He appears to
be a hard boiled coach but when one of
his boys gets hurt he becomes a tender,
sympathetic helper. Mr. Noah not only
teaches the boys how to play football but
how to play the game of life. He is a
clean Sportsman and gentleman. May it
be the good fortune of Oak Cliff Leopards
to be under his guidance for years to
W. P. DURRETT, Axxisfanf Coavb
Upon the well experienced shoulders of
Mr. Durrett, the jolly linesman coach, fell
the job of moulding a first class line out
of inexperienced material. This kind of
work suited him exactly and before the
end of the season Oak Cliff had one of
the biggest and most powerful lines in
the District: Mr. Durrett has the ability
of getting the boys to fight to the last
second of the game. The boys love and
respect him because they know that he
is one of the greatest fellows and coaches
in the game.
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CLARENCE IVIE, Em! fCo-Capfaiaz Elccfj
"Poison" Ivie to his opponents, but just
Clarence to his friends, was this genial
end of the Leopard eleven. The fact that
he was handicapped by a head injury un-
doubtedly kept him off the ofhcial all-city
team. He was a pass-snatcher De Luxe as
well as a good blocker and tackler.
'Poison" has one more year. Watch him
U BILL IRWIN, Fulllmck
Little Bill with his size against him
r was a fighting demon in every game. He
was used only as a blocker, but he could
tote the pigskin. He was also a good pass
x catcher, and an excellent ramming line
plunger. Although small he was a vicious
tackler to which fact many of his oppon-
fi ents will testify.
CARLOS fSPI2EDYJ JONES, Tackle
"Speedy," the future captain of the
Blue and Wliite, was a tackle that could
cover his position in an excellent manner.
He was a good blocker and tackler. Many
opponents have found out that his smile
is but a mask. "Speedy', should make a
good captain for the team as he has all
the necessary qualities.
WALTER IRVUIN, Guard
"Boots,,' although handicapped by a
broken arm last season came back with a
bang to show the boys how to play guard.
He was especially good on the defense,
being able to charge quickly, as well as
being an excellent interference runner.
This is "Boots, " last year, but he will not
soon be forgotten.
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