Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1933

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Q.: ,..-.-. 'W K f i D ai fw e L l t ff K M! we Q? :xii CW ' N ' . -5 X I 145+ 5 R x N 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 step! E x 'X 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. f gl Q7 pl -91- , y -1 CARLOS fSPI2EDYJ JONES, Tackle QCO-rupfaiu clrcfj "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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