Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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, THEQAK , 54-'sf . .153 J' 0 . . HOWARD JENNINGS Howard played center in scrimmage but usually played his biggest part at guard. Jennings 93 fl stood like a stone wall in the de- fensive position. He was always depended on to cover his position with the best that was in him. Howard has another year and should have a successful year 1 next season. Coy LEWIS Lewis was a real fighter, from hand to foot, and played guard position in great style. "Cotton,, was a hard tackler, good defensive and offensive player and was always fighting for his team. Earlier in the season he played end, where he was outstanding, but later he was switched to guard. Lewis was an excellent pass receiver and was first in coming out of the line to form interference that led to many touchdowns for Oak Cliff. ARNOLD ANDERSON Anderson was the largest guard on the Leopard team. He had the weight and speed to tear holes in the line of his opponents. This was his Hrst year on the team but if he had another year he would probably develop into an outstanding player. . .. fl. M I. B. BENSON Benson was the heaviest backfield man on the Leop- ard team and could "tote" the mail with the best of the fullbacks. He was hard to tackle because of his speed and weight. He was a good pass receiver and tackler. On defense he backed up the line and 1 played all-round good foot- - , ball for his first year out a for the team. ,W A ' i' ' ' 1 Page One Hundred Twenty-six

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TI-IE OAK sw BEN LYTLE CLOv1s HARTER One of the Harter twins he played his freshman year as a let- mwi 'aff' W terman. Clovis was shifty, fast and could skirt the ends at ease. He is an excellent blocker and tackler for his size and loves to mix it with his brother for hon- ors. At the rate that the twins went this year, they are due to make all-state in three years from now. Lytle was the youngest and most inexperienced player on the team, but he stuck and won his letter in the last two games. Ben has a quarterbacks features and should develop into a first-class one in a couple of years. He can block, pass, tackle and re- ceive passess. He should be a good player in the future. F. XV. ADn1soN Addison was an alert quarterback and he always knew the right play to call at the proper time. He was a fine passer, receiver and Addison played his first year as quarterback and he for calling signals. Although he was handicapped by tackler. He is smart, speedy, shifty, and did fine Page One Hundred Twenly-five was a good broken-field runner. had an exceptionally good voice weight, he was a hard defensive position. CLIFFORD HARTER Was a good football player like his brother. He excelled in the line of passing the ball. Clifford is stockier built than his brother and much is expected of him in footballfin 'the future. Clifford V and Clovis are so much alike in ...4 their ways thatvit is hard for the . 3 Sir fans to distinguish between them. f K " SH?-Q x an U M if



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W' TI-IE OAK V ' Q GRANVILLE COLEMAN I Q 1' I ' Lettered at a guard po- if ,X M .ff - sition because of his de- x E 5 xx L 1,,: 1. .Iv , tj ' 2 If L MX fe Q 9 J 41 fensive ability. He could charge the opponent lines- ' ' men before they could move out of their tracks. Coleman stuck with foot- ball from start to finish and made a successful guard for Oak Cliff. IRWIN GAGE Found his way into the line-up at the end of the season. Gage possessed the size and fighting heart and quickly learned the principles of the game. He was a hard tackler and covered his territory on defense well. Irwin was always ready to go into the game and battle for the team. ROY KINNAN Played his first and last year at Oak Cliff, but his name will be remembered and his work on the gridiron has been successful. Roy hurt his knee on the kick-off of the open- ing game with Masonic Home, but didn't say a word to anyone until the game was over. Kinnan had a fighting football heart for which he will long be remembered. JIM LUNDAY This was the first year that jim played on the Leopard team, but he played his position like a r n. Jim had the deter- n to win a berth on e eopard team, which -.J he id. Jim is as rough on the gridiron as he is kind off it. 5 '33 QF" I' 5 va ,. H 6 . I L. M' A f Page One Hundred Twenty-seven

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