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Page 116 text:
Page One Hundrerl Fo1u't1'eu
Top to bottom
With his vicious charging and blocking
"Scottie" acquired his second letter for the
blue and white. He was chosen by the I2
High School coaches on the All-City team.
Promoted from last year's scrub team, James
proved an eFticient substitute. He'll be a candi-
date for the starting line-up next year and one
of the Leopard's three co-captains.
After getting a slow start, "Spraygun" im-
proved sufficiently to earn his letter in the last
half of the season. He'U be back next year
and should win a starting berth.
Three-year letterman, "Dusek" was chosen
as the team's most valuable player and was
unanimously chosen on the All-City team. He
was co-captain last fall.
Excelling in defensive assignments and
down-field blocking, "Wild Bill" was a candi-
date for All-City honors until he broke his arm
in the Woodrow game. He'll be co-captain
HARRY LA GRONE
"Sleepy" earned his first letter this year.
His charging mode him a valuable substitute
and may win him a starting position next fall.
Excelling in broken field running and pass-
ing, "Walt" earned his initial letter this sea-
son and will be back again next year.
Filling in at Beesley's position, "Moley" did
a creditable iob and should be one of the
outstanding backs in the city next fall.
A fleet runner, a good pass-receiver, track
star, Charlie was a constant threat for the
A fast, hard-running back, Bob started every
game to earn his initial letter. He was a con-
stant ground-goiner and a good pass-receiver.
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17-North Dallas . . 0-19
25-Forest ...... 1 2- 0
-Woodrow Wilson 2-13
Sunset . . 7-30
14-Tech ...... 19-28
-Woodrow Wilson 6- 7
-North Dallas . . . 0- 6
13-Sunset . . 0-35
November 20-Forest . . 13- 0
November 26-Tech . . 0-12
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: James Hamilton, Tony Hamlin, James Stone, Oscar Mathews, Travis Pearson, Johnny Jones, John Cather,'Warren Townsend, Don Thomas.
Second Row: Bobby Behrns, Ernest Childress, Alex Pearce, Wilburn Hill, Dick Shaw, Bill Durrett, Gerald Bryant, Richard Avery, James Steele, Bill
Dodson, Bob Carrell. I i ,
Third Row: Rhea Nichols, Bill Gribble, Bill Simpson, Lindy Chandler, Sam Madderra, Harry La Grone, Edwin Harris, lawrence Spray, Scott Keahey.
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RH EA NICHOLS
One of the fastest backs in the city, "Nick"
collected his first letter last year and has two
years left to thrill the football fans of Adam-
Rising from last year's scrub team, Bill
proved a good all-round performer and
earned a starting position in the latter half
of the season.
With plenty of fight and pep, Tony earned
his letter last fall after gaining a year's ex-
perience on the scrub team. He'll be back
again next fall.
Two-year letterman and co-captain, Travis
was switched from guard to quarterback and
proved an able blocker and signal caller.
He'll be back as co-captain again next fall.
After starting in the first five games, big
"Saba" broke his finger in the Tech game and
saw little service the latter half of the race.
He'll be back again next fall.
Playing at his best when the going was
difficult, hard-plunging "Bird" earned his posi-
tion on the team, lettering his first year out.
An all-round good end, "Rusty" earned his
first letter last fall. He held his own on de-
fense and capably executed his offensive as-
Playing hard every minute of the game,
powerful Sam earned his second letter last
fall. He handled responsible chores at any
position on the lThe.
BILLY JOE TATE
A steady performer throughout the entire
race, "Big Red" should be a candidate for All-
City honors in the "44" campaign.
Playing his first season for the blue and
white, "Red" earned his letter as substitute
center. He'll be back next fall and probably
will be changed to an end position.
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