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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
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-
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
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and never gave up until the last
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The Oak Cliff baseball team is sadly lacking in veteran
players this year, wich only two letter men backs J. D.
Simpson, outfielder, and Clarence Ivie, third baseman. How-
ever, under the capable guidance of Mr. Durrett and with
the wealth of raw material that he has on hand, the Leopards
are expected to deal the top notchers plenty of trouble this
year and to develop into real champions in the future, Mr.
Durrett is regarded as one of the best baseball coaches in the
city and he is Working all the time to better his baseball
club. This can be seen by watching the Leopards improve
from game to gameg a player never makes the same mis-
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