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Page 137 text:
Let,s give nine for the cheer leaders!
Everyone else around the school
Who does anything at all worthy of note
Gets nine rah's, or maybe fifteen.
The cheer leaders "put all they've got"
Into the game, too,
And a game is never played Without them.
So, come on now, everybody up!
Let's give nine for the "cheer leaders!"
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Page 136 text:
'fr"if..ft..a!w.rt.pfx.ff THE OAK
Track Team u
After winning the city and district championships in
1932 and 1933, respectively, Oak Cliff's thinly clads were
nosed out of the city championship in 1934, by Woodrow
Wilson. The boys who placed in city meet this year were:
Charles Sprague, second in the discus and third in the shot
putg D. C. Nolan, first in the low hurdles, Forrest Ulm,
second in the hundred-yard dash and second in the two-
twenty yard dash, Charles Beckham, fourth in the quarter-
mile rung Louree Lindsay, fourth in the mile rung Carlos
Jones, fourth in the shot put. Oak C1iif's relay team won
first in the city meet. The following were members of the
team: Forrest Ulm, D. C. Nolan, Raymond Oster and
mtffm M3 Page Om' Hundred Tlfurly two
Page 138 text:
We, the staff of the 1934 OAK, wish in this place to express
our appreciation to all those who have by their assistance
enabled us to publish this yearbook. We Wish particularly to
thank Mr. Adamson for permitting us to publish the book,
Miss Hammock, for helping us to finance itg Mrs. Clement,
for advising us in developing the art motif g Miss Aduddell,
for assisting With all the content of the book, Mr. Campbell
and Mr. Clement, for directing the taking of the group pic-
tures, Miss Baker, for devoting class time to our typing:
Miss Graves, for the generous loan of office records and tele-
phone, and Mr. Harry M. Crenshaw of the Southwestern
Engraving Company, for invaluable service in the prepara-
tion of printer's material.
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