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Page 111 text:
Finishing second in the City Series race, the
Leopards surprised sports writers who had slated
them for fourth position. Six members of the Blue
Squad made the Dallas All-Star team and played
in Mexico City against Polytechnic Institute.
ln the opening game our boys led in statistics
but trailed Lamar of Houston by a score of
Battling it out with the mighty Masons, the
Leopards lost, 6-O.
Two Blue elevens chalked up 33 points against
the scoreless Sulphur Springs Wildcats.
Beginning its City Series competition, Adam-
son beat the Forest Lions, 34-O.
The Leopards bowed to Sunset in the 25-12
defeat that was their final loss of the season.
Team spirit came to the front to result in a 13-7
count against the North Dallas Bulldogs.
The Sherman and Adamson teams clashed
on a muddy field and locked the score, 7-7.
Our team was at its best, according to Coach
Ballard, when it stacked up 12 points against
Woodrow WiIson's lone touchdown.
Thirty Leopards trampled the Wolves, 30-6,
to wind up a successful season.
December 26 g
Earl Beesley, Clyde Surratt, Ed Teubner, Hulen
Simmons, James Calvert, and Harry Cowing
helped carry the Dallas squad to a 21-O vic-
tory over the Mexican players.
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LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Riley Epps, Ralph Beoudry Glenn Brew H
, er, enry Boardman, Don Thomas, James Blair, Waller McCallum, James Hamilton.
Second Row: Bobby Behrns, David Schepps, Jack Redding, Jack Basden, Billy Paul Page, Tony Hamlin, Joe Adams, Ernest Childress, Harry LaGrone,
Jo Thurman, Bobby Correll.
Third Row: Fred Schulls, Rhea Nichols, Wilburn Hill, Preston Day, Lewis Tiner, Dick Shaw, Billy Gribble, Roberl Welch, Billy Dodson.
Fourth Row: Maurice Williams, Bill Simpson, Lawrence Spray, Alex Pearce, Raymond Gonzales, Phil Grove, John
Anderson, Sonny Blaine.
ny Jones, Tommy McMullen, Bill
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1. George Hollabaugh, Guard 4. Paul Rozenburg, Back
Starting off with a bang, "lard" loolced like letter material at A second year touchdown-getter, letterman "Rosie" won acclaim
the beginning of his first football year. He didn't take long to prove as a speedy runner. Alert and determined, he also showed excep-
his ability at defensive maneuvers. tionally hard drive on plays through the line.
2. Travis Pearson, Guard 5. Earl Beesley, Back
Doing well on the scrub team last year, Travis was promoted to "Kid", winning his third football letter, was an All-City squad-
guard position on the tirst Blue squad last fall. He's slated to collect man and went to Mexico City. One of the district's outstanding passers,
a second letter in 1943. he could kick with the best and played great defensive ball.
3. Calvin Hargis, Guard 6. Clyde Surratt, Center
Captain of the '41 B squad, "Stubby" reached the gridiron this Clyde rose from last season's B squad to a place on the All-City
year with first-string assignments. His hard charging and fine blocking team. He was a tower of strength behind the line, his blocking was
brought him a big "D". unexcelled and he won acclaim in Mexico City.
7. Wallace Clyce, Back 10. Alvin Sheeler, Guard
A veteran from last year's team, "Greek" earned his first letter "Sarge" developed quickly from a beginning lineman of last year
as an outstanding pass defendcr, as well as a neat runner and valu- to an able '42 letterman. He made a good record with his defensive
able ball carrier, charging and offensive blocking.
8. Bob Wasson, Back 1 1. Richard Zuefeldt, Guard
"Bushel", a hard-working and consistently good man, earned his "Zue", owner of two letters, was ca-captain of the Leopards and
third letter this season. He held down the fullback spot and acted as played right guard. A talented blocker and capable leader, he always
co-captain of the Leopards. gave his best.
9. James Calvert, Back 12. Nolan Schmitz, End
Stationed at a new position, "Killer" earned his first letter and "Smalzie", a new man this year, developed fast and was a
mode the All-City squad as well as the M, C. team. He was e talented regular left end during the letter port of the season. He was. a
blocker and line backer and directed the team with skill. deadly blocker and able defense man.
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