Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1935

Page 128 of 150

 

Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 128 of 150
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Page 128 text:

WINTON "POP" NOAH "Popv Noah, head coach of football and track, should receive the praise of every loyal pupil and teacher in Oak Cliff High School. He not only teaches the boys in Oak Cliff the art of blocking and tackling but that of being gentlemen and sportsmen. "lt is better to lose a game and lose it fairly, than to win and have a guilty consciencef' says Noah. The old say- ing, "No matter what the cost, always play the game fairlyf' has been instilled in the mind of every player under his supervision. me ity l just can't be beat." I fi' Om' lllrllfliuwl 'l'11'f'11l,y-151111 1' W. P. DURRETT "Bill" Durrett not only assists in the coach ing of football but is also head coach in blsket ball and baseball. At the beginning of the basketball season, he hid only one letterman back from last year and Wls due to lose him at mid-term. However lfter many long hours of practice 1nd drills he developed 1 fast, capable team. If one could watch Bill during a basketball or biseb ill game he could easily understand Why he alw lys has 1 lighting team. The theory thmt Durrett impresses in the minds of his pliytis is a hustlins, team

Page 127 text:

:T f . -1...-1 CV 3 t. Football Squad Frou! 1'r11L', Ivfl fo rigbl: XVarren Cooper, Fred I.anic1', Nor- man Wfatson, C. NW. Chandler, Jack Willis, Clifford Harter, D. C. Nolan, Joe Davis, Ben Lytle, Clovis Harter, Bass Wfilliains. S1'm111l row, lvfl fo rigbf: Roy Zethrans, Robert Brundage, Howard Jennings, Fred Drees, Ray McGee, W. A. Strickland, Mack McGinnis, D. Simpson, Alvin Sterlin, Pete Luyden, Charles Moore. Third row, lvfl fo riglzf: W. E. QPopj Noah, 017111 roaring Bob Middleton, tlX.Vi.YfdI7f IlI!llll1gt'l'j Bob Harris, frvxfr- llltlll 4'm11'f1g Billy Calhoun, Pete Solomon, Leon Gam- bell, E. T. johnson, Charles Sprague, James Christie, -I. H. Kinsey, Raymond Oster, Charles Beckham, Gene Campbell, Dan Merriheld, IlItHIt1lQt'l'Q XV. P. QBillj Dur- rett, rlhixlrlllf 1'm11'f1. Page Um' H1111 11 1711 NM lln 1



Page 129 text:

CHARLES SPRAGUL fcitlflftlillj Em! Charles was the power house of the Leopards' line, being a hard tackler and a fine blocker. He was unani- mously ehosen on the official all- distriet team and would undoubtedly have made the all-state team if he had not broken his arm in the first game of the season which kept him out of several games. This is his third and last year to play on the Blue and White, but his fighting spirit will long be remembered at Oak Cliff as well as the spirit of his brothers who have gone before him. This is the last of the Spragues, but their play will long be the inspiration of Oak Cliff players. Page Om' 111111111111 TlL'1'IIf-Y-Fil? 45 X l vi?w

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