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September 22. Adamson 0-Longview 2
The Leopards journeyed to Longview for their first game of the season and
went down in defeat by the "baseball" score of 2 to U. The Leopards outplayed
their opponents throughout the game and deserved a victory.
September 30. Adamson 33-Graham 0
ln their second game the Leopards really hit their stride. Adamson scored
twice in the first quarter, once in the second, and once in the third and fourth
quarters, also. Graham was never able to make a sustained drive during the
course of the game.
October 6. Adamson 20--Iohn Reagan tl-Ioustonl 6
Playing their first game in the new Dalfl-li Stadium, Adamson beat a pow-
erful team in lohn Reagan of Houston. Reagan was the favorite, but the Leop-
ard's speed proved too much for the Reaganites to handle.
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October 12. Adamson 21-Tech 0
Opening the district race against Tech Hi,
the Leopards proved from the start that they
were going to be serious contenders for the
city championship. Adamson did all its scor-
ing during the first half. Tech threatened the
Leopard goal several times, but could never
push over a score.
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First Row: Lloyd Dunham, Bob Vtfassoni, Pitzhuqh Hill, Robert Calder, Howard Vtfhite, Gerald Tallent, Horace Williams,
Lonnie Bolclina, Ottie Samms. ' U,
Second Row: lack Sibley, Don Hunley, Walter Patton, Robert Baker, lames Nall, RodneyYSorenson, Harold Iones, Ster-
lina Hulen, Torbett Croit, Iames Roberson, Charles Thompson.
Third Row: Leslie Miller, lack Simms, Wilbert Blanton, Vernon Braclceen, Nick Lanza, lohn Kniqht, Lawrence Lewis,
Leroy Meley, Bob Nowlin, L H. Rawlinas.
First Row: Hershel Keener, Albert Bass, Lem Haynes, larnes Calvert, Iohn Osborne, Sammie Daniels, Bradley Hoque
Harry Cowina, Bill Primm, Lloyd Russell, Billy Shelton, Ioe Senter, I. E. Sequin, Sydney Hanson, Raymond'Lock
Second Row: Horace Ardinqer, Iimmie Reed, Ed Kelly, Troy Chandler, Ben Skelton, Bennie Duncan, lack Lockett, Tom
my Bowley, Clyde Surrati, Harold Blankenship, Rawlins Diamond, Pat Whitaker, Raymond Walker, Ed Teubner
Richard Zueieldt, Bill Karr, Earl Beasley.
Third Row: Richard Avery, Elard Wilson, Eugene McClintock, Earl Price, Robert Gentry, Lester Robbins, Elgin Lloyd
Don Lippincott, Captaing Melvin Green, Billy Burrus, I. M. Bryan, Sonny Simmons, larnes Neighbors, Billy Gibson
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October 20. Adamson 33-Forest 6
The Leopards turned in a great game against the heavier Forest team.
Speed again was an important factor in the victory. The Leopards scored once
in the first quarter, once in the third and three times in the last.
November 10. Adamson 6-Woodrow Wilson 20
Adamson lost its only district game to Vlfoodrow Wilson, the team that
eventually won the city title. The Leopards entered the game with a had case
of jitters and never settled down until late in the game. The 'Wildcats scored in
the first, second and third quarters while the Leopard's only tally came in the
November 23. Adamson 14-North Dallas 12
The North Dallas game was one of the most exciting of the season. Trailing
by two touchdowns at the half, the Leopards played the most courageous game
of the season as they came from behind to win. The last score came in the last
minute of the game.
November 30. Adamson 18-Sunset 13
Adamson won its last game of the season
over their neighborhood rivals, the Sunset Bis-
ons. The game was played in a dense fog and
at times the spectators could not see the play
on the field. The Leopards scored in the first,
third and last quarters while the Bisons pushed
across their touchdowns in the second and
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