Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1935

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,....,.............-....... The Baseball Squad The Oak Cliff Baseball team has five veteran players back this year. The lettermen are Cap- tain-elcct J. D. Simpson, catcherg Clifford Hatter, third basemang Clovis Harter, outfielderg Lloyd Rust, first basemang and Vernon Phillips, pitcher. Under the capable guidance of Mr. Durrett, the Leopards are expected to deal the topnotchers plenty of trouble this year and to develop into real champions in the future. I U ll I llfyinly-Two

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CHARLES SPRAGUE, Capiuiu Charles, the last of the Spragues, played only the first half with the Leopards, His fine de- fensive work was missed keenly at graduation, for the big captain's presence had lifted the Leopards out of many gloomy atmospheres. His work at center position was excellent. HERBERT BARR12'I'T, Forward A fast, shifty forward, lierbcrt played with the same precision as the other members of the team. His ability at hitting the basket was closely watched by the opposing teams. Letter- ing one year, he graduates in June, and his loss will be felt, along with the others, keenly. Li3oN Pkltiz, Guard Playing only one year with the Leopards, Leon proved his fine defensive ability in all games. His offensive work helped the Leopards greatly by his ability to hit the basket from mid-court. An excellent guard, Price's presence will be missed by the Leopards next year. Jack WiLt.is, Guard Lacking in height, Jack made an excellent showing at guard position. Height proved no handicap when it came to guarding his opponents. His speed and stamina will aid the Leopards greatly next year. FERMAN FOWLER, Forward Shooting with deadly accuracy, Forman was a forward that kept all guards in the city on their toes. His oHensive work, while not bril- liant, was steady, and he piled up a great many points. Ferman has another year, and with a little work, could be all-city material for Coach Durrctt. CLIFFORIJ LIARTFR, Forufiml Clifford was the shortest of the members of the basketball squad. His fast, shifty movements kept opponents worried, and his work .it forward helped the Leopards considerably. Cllillord will develop into a better forward by next year-then beware, opponents! COLYAR Pim,l.iPs, Guam! Playing both forward and guard positions, Colyar proved to be an excellent player for his amount of experience. He scored with almost perfect accuracy against all opponents and his presence next year will enlarge the Leopards' vision for a championship, DELBERT WI1.l.lS, Crufrr After playing a guard position, Delbert was shifted to center to 611 Sprague's shoes at mid- term. His height was least of any center in the city, but he out-jumped many of them to forge ahead with the Leopards' score. Lettering two years, Delbert has done his bit for the Blue and White, t - 1 1 . ix Page Om' IIII7I1I'l't'tf Tfwirly-Out' 1? lb AQ



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