Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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First Team First Row: David Keener, Harry Cowing, Torbett Croft, Billy Primm, Robert Baker, Bob Wasson, Rawlings Diamond, Iimmy Reed. Second Row: Lloyd Dunnam, Rodney Sorenson, lack Loclcett, Lester Robins, Alfred Yarbrough, George Wade, Horace Vtfilliarns, Eugene McClintock, Horace Ardinger. Third Row: Raymond Walker, Harold Iones, Nick Lanza, lohn Knight, Lawrence Lewis, Charles Thompnon, Hoyt Frazier, I, H. Rawlings CCaptainl. Second Team First Row: Earl Cherry, Herschel Keener, Paul lones, Kenneth Lucas, Iarnes Eelts tCaptainl, Billy Durrett, Billy Ander- scn, Billy Grihble, Fred Leslie. Second Row: Richard Hill, Freddy Gibbs, Albert Reddy, Hulen Simmons, loe Se-nter, Travis Pearson, Carl Schulz, lohn Thompson. Third Row: Billy Lively, Wallace Clyce, Benny Duncan, lames Calvert, Robert E. Lee, Charles Gallassero, Bonar Morgan, Calvin Hargis, Billy Earl Walker, Iamos Wiley, Bradley Hogue, lames Neighbors, A. P. Wiley, lvan Zann, Charles Davis. Fourth Row: Thomas Morgan, Fred Elder, R. B. Harris tCoachJ, Kenneth Pogue, Robert Gentry, Charles Calloway, Harry Kernpe, Sum Maiderra, Pat Whitaker, Robert Herring, Tommy Bowles, Arthur Smith, Richard Avery, Iohnny Bob Creel. ,. x n we if WWE e?u fi ,G ga :ua

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