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Page 124 text:
Sept. l5. Adamson 6-Highland Park 32
A powerful team of veterans, Scotties, scored 32 points
in the first half against the green and inexperienced
Leopards. The Leopards, after a slight taste of battle, came
hack in the second half to score 6 points while lolanking the
Sept. 24. Adamson 204Milby Cf-loustont 0
The more experienced Leopards traveled to Houston to
play their serond game with the Milby Buffs, The Leopards
scored once in the second, third, and fourth quarters while
the Blue and Wlhite forward wall kept the Buffs deep in
their territory throughout the game.
Sept 30. Adamson l9eBall fGalveston7 6
With more perfection and smoothness in the Notre Dame
shift, the Leopards completely out played the powerful Ball
Hi Tornadoes, The Leopards scored twice in the second
quarter and once in the fourth While the Buffs only threat-
ed once as they scored in the fourth period.
, Oct. 8. Adamson 20fTech 0
dmson opened its district race against the Technical
W , s. The Leopards scored three times in the second half
the forward wall kept the Wolves from penetrating the
eopard 30 the entire game. This was a great surprise
to the sports writers who predicted Tech to win by three
Oct. 21. Adamson 6eGainesville 28
Adamson dropped a non district game to the Gainesville
Leopards. The Gainesville team completely outplayed the
Blue and Vtfliite crew, making 4 touchdowns in the first
three quarters. The Leopards came back in the fourth
No. 81. Kenneth Landers
No. 83. Leroy Meley
No. 65. Oliver Cavett
No. 67.1. H.Row1ings
No. 63. lames Roberson
No. 70. lames Nall
No. 66. Warren Harding
No. 61. Tolbert Croft
No. 64. Dalton Thames
No. 76. Wenzel Gandy
No. 77. lames Fox
Page 123 text:
Lewis, Lawerence Boatman, Al
E ew, Edward
Sequin, l. E. 1
Kershaw, B. M.
McClintock, I. B.
Primm, Billy Bay
Clyett, W. P.
Moore, loe Bolo
Page 125 text:
Oct. 26. Adamson 25-North Dallas 7
After getting off to a had start, the Leopards scored one
touchdown in the second quarter and three in the second
half to down the determined Bulldogs. The Bulldogs scored
early in the game after recovering a Leopard fumble deep
in Adamson territory. The Orange ond Vfhite crew threat-
ened several times later, but the Leopards line held each
Oct. 29. Adamson 7eWoodrow Wilson 30
The Leopards lost their first district game of the season to
the Wildcats. After several Leopards had been injured
early in the game, the Wildcats led at the end of the third
quarter l2-7. However, the Red shirts rallied in the final
period to score 3 times more.
November 5. Adamson 6---Sunset i8
Adamson lost its hardest fought :game of the season to
the Bisons, who Went on to win the district Championship.
The Bisons scored in the first, seecond and third periods,
and the Leopards scored their lone marker in the fourth
November 19. Adamson 7eForest 12
Adamson dropped i' final kage of the season to the
Lions. The game was played mostly in mgdfield, but the
Lions managed to score in the first quarters
While holding the Leopards to their fourth
No. 75. Hal McCullough
No. BU. Bob Nowlin
No. 60. Lonnie Bolding
Manager, Bill Prentice
No. 74. lfmmy Mascho
No. 69. I. V. Ridley
No, 7l. lack Simms
No. 62. Chad Sneed
No. 73. Sterling Hulen
No. 72. 'Walter Patton
No. 78. Robert Baker
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