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1low.n'd ended his athlelie career at Oak Cliil' this year. lle was Ll stellar
lineman and held down the position of center, one of the most iniporlxint
positions on the team, in .1 innnncr that would be creditable to anyone. He
was an excellent blocker, and had the traditional Oak Cliff spirit.
W. A. Qliussrj 5'11ueisLAN1m
Bussy is the type of man thin every eimeh loves
to have in the line. He is ii powerful man in
guard position and his hobby in a game was to
see how many plays he could "smear" behind the
opponents' line. NV. A. has two more years to play
on the Oak cliff team.
Guard, Co-Cajllfuin Elect
,lack VVLIS one of the stegidiest players on the team, and always turned in .1
sterling game. He is the type of man who nukes it good guard, .ind he eer-
tainly did everything that was expected of him. jack has gi ine spirit, and
he, with Oster, will make it fine lender,
D. C. fIRON HEAD, No1.AN
lronhcad, the good nntured
boy of the team, was always nl
remdy for a laugh, or a football Qt,
game. D. C. was always at his
post, as steady :is it stone wall.
He has one more year to play
on the Leopards' team and should
be Ll sensation.
Charles Beckham did remark-
ably well as end, in spite of be-
ing injured early in the season.
Besides magging passes he was
.1 Hne blocker and hard titekler.
This is Charles' last year to play
on the Oak Cliff team and he n
will be missed mueh in the com-
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AI. D. SIM Psox
il. IJ. was one of our best hacks this season, playing as
fullback. lle played .1 great brand of football and al-
ways was hard to stop. He played his best game against
North Dallas, making at seventy-yard run for a touch-
down. and kicking a twenty-eight-yard Held goal to win
the game, He will be missed very much next year.
Ray will always be remem-
bered by his great Fighting spirit,
He was one of the best ends in
the city this year, and his posi-
tion will be hard to fill next
year. lie was exceptionally good
on defense, as he was a deadly
tackler. Also, he was a good hard
blocker and paved the way for
many substantial gains.
Maek was .1 good tackle who
had all qualities necessary for
that position. lle was fast and
had lots of power, and on the
defense he was all that could
he asked of anyone. Mack has
another year and he should be
J ' a I xx
Bass QHU M PD W1L1,1Aa'1 s
Bass, commonly called llunips,
was under a handicap, heeause
of his lack of experience, but he
showed that he had the spirit
and all that goes with it. Bass
was one of the speediest men on
the team. Ile has two more
years, and should make a name
for himself that will be long
remembered at Oak Cliff.
Ro Y ZILTL1 it U s
G na ru'
Roy, although handicapped hy
an injured knee, proved to he
one of the most dependable
players on the team. Roy was a
real Fighter and although he was
handicapped, he always did his
part, and kept up his side of the
line. This is his last year at Oak
Cid as he will graduate in june.
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GUI' C:l'1ZZV l.6dCl2FS
Our team could not have put forth its best
efforts Without the Whole-hearted support of
the student body led by our competent and
conscientious cheer leaders.
We congratulate all of the cheer leaders on
their Leopard spirit and their tireless efforts to
keep up the cheering throughout the season.
Oak Cliff is proud of its cheer leaders of 1954
-Colyar Phillips, Herman Munster, Jack Benda,
H. L. Kirkpatrick, and Lucas Giarraputo.
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