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Page 129 text:
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?
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.
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 130 text:
Hen XV .15 .l UCCUHLI yC.ll'
111.111, .1 serious wtnrlier, 11111l
.1 tlcpentlahle 111.111. lle was
1 .1 guntl player 1111 the 11lle11-
siye .15 well .ts 1111 the tleleu-
P151 1, Sotomox
Pete, the largest 111.111 1111 the
team, usetl l1is weight t11 11 guotl
.11l1'.111tage in stopping the 11p-
p1111e11ts' haelss. Pete, Pl-lying
his fourth year, illUV'CLl vast
i111pr11ve111e11t 11vcr last year, and
always had that figI11i11g de-
1e1'111i11ati1111 111 win. Pe1e's xaekle
p11siti1111 will be hard 111 fill, and
l1c will be missed ll l11t by the
rest of the buys.
J. H. K1Ns11'
il. II. was l'ete's 1'llI1l1ilI3.Qll1.lfC
at tackle, .mtl tlitl .1 e11111111en1.l-
able job, thutlgli this was his first
year to letter. Kinsey was Ql
gcutlemzxii and said little, but
went about his business with Z1
grim detcr111in11ti0n to tlo his
host. This is KiI1FCyvS last year,
and he sl111uld be c1111gr11t11l:1ted
for his fine work.
Pugz' Om' H11111lr1'1f TM'1'llf,K'-Sf.X
Cl,klX'IS l'lAR 1 1 R
C,l111is, like l1is lUl'1lll1Cl', played 111 1l1t l11t 111
was 1111e uf the fastest and shiftiest mei e
spccialiletl 1111 end runs, and made 111111y sp1.tt1tul1r pllys
tluring the season. Altlmugh he wts tht Sl11lllLSY man 1111
the squatl, he made up for his l1t11,l1 11111 v1t11, 11
willingnesy and f:lgl1YlI1g spirit.
This is CQlitf111'tl's see1111tl year
1111 tl1e team, and he will lac baeli
for two more. Ile is shifty :mtl
has Ll g1111tl change ol' pace. He
is ll g1111tl grouiid gainer, and is
.111 exeellenr defensive man. Ile
played safety 111.111 and made
many beautiful punt returns.
Mueh is expected of him ill the
next two years.
RAYM ON 11 OST1111
R.1y1111111tl will he l'CI11CIl1lJlf1'CLl Illll only lw
his lC.llll mates, hut hy most nf the buys he
l1.1s playetl aggainst, hecause 111 l1is vieiuus
taelsling .lllkl l1l11el1i111g. liay11111111l haulsetl the
line up i11 great style, .llitl he was 1111e 11f tl1e
heat Vllllllillg backs i11 the city. li.11'1111111tl will
he here next year a111l will share tl1e l1t11111rs
of being captain with .lack XVillis. Ile is a
sure bid fill' all-city team next year.
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