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Repeating their performance of 1936, the Leopard baseball team came through a
hard regular schedule and a championship playoff series to win their second city base-
ball championship in a row.
The Leopards, coached by W. P. Durrett, led by Captain G. W. Chandler, and with
a "never say die spirit," made the grade when the situation looked the darkest.
The 1937 team was the hardest fighting and hardest hitting club to represent Adamson
in many years.
The moundstaff was composed of the three ace pitchers in the city, Lou "Lefty"
Goldman, Woodrow "Chuck" Hunt, and E. Averea.
Ray Niblo, catcherg Doug Rawlins, first baseg George Phillips, second baseg Captain
G. W. Chandler, short stopg and George Patterson, third baseg hustlers to the last man,
made up an infield that could not be beaten.
The big bats of Elmer Durrett, Pete Layden, and W. L. Patrick, outfielders, played a
prominent part in bringing the city championship to Adamson.
As the Oak goes to press the Leopards are favored in the State playoff.
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When Coach Winton E. "Pop" Noah sent out the call for tracksters, three lettermen and some seventy-five new
recruits reported, the largest track squad in Dallas and in the history of the school. The Leopards placed third in the
city meet, but won every freshman-sophomore meet heldg so much is expected of the teams of '38-'39. Jack Linehan,
junior, and Jimmy Wise, senior, were the pace setters of the team. Linehan won the 880 yard run in the city and
district meets and Wise broke the district record in the broad jump with a lead of 22 feet 3 inches.
FLOYD TERRY JACK LINEHAN
UPIHY b0Yn Tef1'YiS ACl3mS0f1'S Crack milff and This is Jack's second year to letter in track
showed he could do what he wanted to when he by Winning first Place in the 380 yard run in the
won second in the mile. Terry showed determina-
tion to stay in there when the got rough.
This is his Hrst year to letter, is one more
city and district meets. He is one of the easiest
running boys on the team. He has another year
left and should win the state.
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