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November 2. Adamson 6-Forest 12
The Leopards turned in a great game against the Junior College
sized Forest Lions. The boys fought all the way and practically
had the game on "ice" until the last second ot play when Forest
drove over their winning tally, making the score I2-6.
November 8. Adamson 14-Sherman 19
The hard-fighting Leopards who never let up in rain or fog
threatened the Sherman Bearcatls undefeated record tor the season
losing by a I9 to I4 score. The Dallas boys played a stubborn de-
fensive game and made seven first downs to the Bearcat's eight. All
scoring was done during the first half. This was due, possibly, to
the heavy showers, which continued throughout the third and tourth
November 16. Adamson 7-Sunset 27
The "rivals from across the river," namely, Sunset and Adamson,
t on the field of battle. Ned Welch, Bison backtielder, started
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the final score was 27 to 7.
November 22. Adamson 31--North Dallas 6
Playing the crippled North Dallas Bulldogs was a walk away for
the Leopards. The true blue boys ended their gridiron season in a
blaze of glory. Adamson took the ball on the opening kick-oft and
with a series ot end runs and line smashes marched tor a touchdown
without losing the ball. Five touchdowns were made by the Leopards,
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Alfred Yarbrough, Torbett Croft, Nick Lanza.
September 18. Adamson U-Paris 6
A bullet pass hurled through a clustered Adamson defense found
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lr , imaxing a 43-yard drive and giving the Paris Wildcats a
6 to O victory over the Leopards. Although the boys in blue and
white put up a game battle, the Wildcat's score held good. The
Leopards, led by Torbett Croft and Nick Lanza, put up a stubborn
September 27. Adamson 15-Marshall 19
Tne Leopards iourneyed to Marshall for their second game of
the season and suffered .3 l9-I5 defeat at the hands of the Mav-
ericks. The Blue Brigade got off to a l3 point lead but C ld t
hold it. The Mavs rallied in the final half to overcome the Adam-
October 4. Adamson 0-Lutkin 7
Striking through the air late in the first guarter, the Lufkin Pan-
thers nipped the Leopards 7 to 0. The brightest spot in the Leopards
play was their stellar defensive work. The blue forwards piled up
Lulkin's running attack time and again with some vicious tackling.
October ll. Adamson 6-Tech 2
The Leopards hit their stridelll Displaying clever ball handling
umson s speedy eleven stopped the Tech Wolves' winning streak
by the score of 6 to 2. Bandy-legged little Torbett Croft scored the
winning touchdown for the Leopards in the last quarter of the grid
thriller, Tech relied mostly on its aerial attack. Nick Lanza and Croft
were the most consistent ground gainers for Adamson.
October 25. Adamson 0-Woodrow B
Entering the Woodrow Wilson game as underdogs the Leopards
A kept the Wildcats "going" by staying deep in their opponent's ter-
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. - ' f I took advantage of a fumble deep in the Leopards territory, and
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