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Page 114 text:
Firs1 Row: Bill Gibson, James Cclverl, Bob Wasson, Doyle Rambo, Tommy Sellers.
Second Row: Tom Chandler, Benny Duncan, Pat Dailey, Wclloce Clyce, Mr. Sherman.
Third Row: James Fells, Hulen Simmons, Billy Earl Walker, Bill McCormick, Charles Holliday.
Fourfh Row: George Lovell, Bill Monroe, Richard O'Brien, Sam Ward, Emmet Watson, Leroy Howard.
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13. Harry Cowlng, Back
"Sonny", a three-year letterman, made the All-City team and
won the distinction of being the highest scoring Leopard. He was one
of the district's fastest runners and showed up well in Mexico City.
14. Richard Avery, Tackle
"Dusek" will be back next fall to bid for his third letter.
Switched from guard to right tackle, he handled himself ably on
17. Kenneth Pogue, Back
Hulen Simmons, End
Returning for his second year on the squad, "Pete" earned his
letter this season and collected his share of the glory in Mexico
16. Sam Maddera , Tackle
Playing hard every minute of the game, powerful Sam earned his
letter last fall. He handled responsible chores at both tackle
positions and excelled at blocking. 1
A stand-out in punting and passing is promised the '43 team in
the form of this excellent halfback. This is "Fagsy's" tirst year to
18. James Neighbors, End
An all-round good end, "Jake" earned a
year. He could hold his own on defense and
letter his first playing
capably executed his
19. Scott Keahey, Guard
Advancing from last year's second string, "Scottie" became a
regular during the latter part of the season.
second letter next fall.
He'll be back for a
22. James Felts, Back
20. Ed Teubner, Tackle
"Big Ed", earning his second letter, made many all-opponent
teams as well as the All-City squad. Opposing players found him
tough to handle on defense. He proved his value on the Mexico City
21. Benny Duncan, Center
Excelling in defensive assignments, spirited "Dunk" returned to
the pivot position this year to receive his initial letter. He developed
into one of the Leopards' star performers.
Jimmy's quick, cool action proved that he was a smart field
general. His first letter, earned this season, represents a good many I
well-executed blocking plays.
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Page 115 text:
Finishing third in the Plano Bas-
ketball Tournament, as well as in
the City Series race, the Blue team
took first honors at the general
tournament held at the Dallas
Y. M. C. A. Captain Tom Chandler
accepted the "Y" trophy during an
At the Plano tourney the Leop-
ard cagers defeated Woodrow
Wilson, Bonham, the Hensley Naval
Air Base players, and the Post OH'ice
team. They lost to Sunset and High-
Here is a schedule of the City Series contest, in which the Leopards won half the
games they played.
Woodrow Wilson. . . .
Adamson . . . .
Crozier Tech . .
Adamson . . .
North Dallas . .
Adamson . . .
Woodrow Wilson .... .
Sunset . . . Sunset .
Adamson . . Adamson .
Forest . . Forcst .
Adamson . . . . . Adamson .
High point man forthe blue was Hulen Simmons, who made the All-city tcam.
Doyle Rambo received honorable mention.
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