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W. E. "Pop" Noah
W. E. "Pop" NOAH
l'Popv Noah, will always be re-
membered by Adamson players, be-
cause he was more than just the
football coach to his boys. l'Pop"
was a personal friend to everyone on
the squad and no favor Was asked
of him that he did not grant if pos-
sible. "Pop" helped his players with
everything from sprained ankles to
Algebra, and was more than liked
by everyone under his supervision.
As a coach Mr. Noah has no peer
and his work at Adamson will not be
W. P. Durrett
Coaching his second year at
Adamson, Mr. Ballard went
about his work in his quiet
but very efficient manner that
always got results. Mr. Bal-
lard's assistance was invaluable
to Mr. Noah, as well as being
instrumental in developing the
squad of ,36 into a fine team.
As a man, Mr. Ballard is one
who commanded the complete
respect of his players, and was
well liked throughout the
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W. P. DURRETT
"Billy, the line coach of the
blue and white, working with
the theory that line play is
5021 fight and scrap, spent
the greater part of his time
teaching his boys the gentle
art of "give and take." Mr.
Durrett accomplished his ob-
jective, as the Adamson for-
ward wall was noted for being
the hardest fighting line in the
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Sustaining its reputation for originality and
Captain Howard Nelson was the stellar right
end of the Leopards. It was a very pleasing
sight when Howard leaped high into the air
and snagged a pass. He could block and tackle
as the best of them. By virtue of this, Howard
was reelected on the mythical A11-city team.
This was his last year to play.
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leadership in school activities, Adamson High
created this year a new position of honor, that
of Football Queen. Gladys Johnson was the
proud recipient of this regal distinction this year.
She was crowned in a beautiful and impressive
ceremony during the half at the Adamson vs.
North Dallas Game on- the night of Friday,
October 9, in the Cotton Bowl at the Centen-
nial Grounds. She was attended by four
Maids of Honor, Jeanne Cates, Mildred Single-
ton. Elizabeth Cameron, and Mary Ellen Murrell.
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