Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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Q Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb SC 4, THE OAK Baslcet Ball 0 ROY fCaptai11J KINNAN, Guan! This was Royis first year to be on the basketball team, but he played like a seasoned veteran. He was a big factor in the defeat of the Tech Wolves, who were the city cham- pions, and he also showed himself to be a very capable captain, While playing the remaining games on the schedule. Schedule FIRST HALF . . . Forest Vs. Oak Cliff . . . Sunset vs. Oak Cliff . . . Technical vs. Oak Cliff . . . Woodrow Wilson Vs. Oak Cliff SECOND HALF . Forest vs. Oak Cliff . Sunset vs. Oak Cliff . Technical Vs. Oak Cliff . North Dallas vs. Oak Cliff . Woodrow Wilson vs. Oak Cliff Mr. Noah was basketball c.oach this year and turned out a fairly good team. Although he did not put his team very high in the running, his boys were Well versed in the funda- C mentals of the game. One could see the determination, the fighting spirit, and the clean V sportsmanship in this team as in all teams which are coached by Mr. Noah. ,, sp Za W, . im' i- Page One Humlred Tweuiy-eiglal

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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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T HE OAK DELBERT WILLIS, For-ward This was Delbert's first year to letter on the Leopard cage team. Delbert is a very quiet person, but he made himself known by his fighting spirit. He could always be depended upon when the team needed him most. Delbert will be back again next year and should be one of the mainstays of the team. CARLOS JONES, Guard Carlos, who was captain of the football team, had the same grim determination to win in basket- ball as he did in football. He was a very accurate shot and possessed feinting ability which was hard to equal. This was Carlos' first year to letter on the basketball team. CLARENCE IVIE, Guard Clarence was the best passer and dribbler on the team. He was a crip shot artist and all-round good guard. His defensive Work was spectacular as was his oifensive work. This was Clarence's fourth year to play at Oak Cliff and he finished up very suc- TIM WELCH, Center Tim was the tallest man on the team and he used his height to an advantage. He mastered an overhand shot that resulted in many points for the Leopards. When Tim graduated at mid-term his loss was a severe blow to the team, but his fine spirit will be remembered forever by his team- mates. CHARLES SPRAGUE, Center Charles was the spark plug of this year's team. He was fast, a good dribbler, and the possessor of an excellent overhand pass that went straight as an arrow to its mark. Charlie is the last of the Spragues to carry the Blue and White colors. He will be back for the first half of the basketball season next year. DAVID TRACHT, Forward David was unable to participate in the first half of the city series race because of an injured leg, but he proved his basketball ability by leading the team in scoring the last half. He was an accurate a good offense man. Dave took his bas- cessfully. Such an excellent guard will be hard Q replace. Page One Hundred Twenty-nine and never gave up until the last 4 we

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