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Winning their first three games of the season by defeating Woodrow Wilson, Forest
and North Dallas indecisive manner the Leopards started off the l'-744 season with a
fine chance of repeating as city champions for the third consecutive season. However,
title chances were shaken up when they were defeated by Sunset, 4-3. They went into
a tie for first place by defeating Crozier Tech, but dropped back to second place when
they were defeated by Woodrow Wilson. Winning over Sunset's Bisons l-O in their last
game played before this printing, the Leopards have three remaining games to play to
decide their standing in the 1944 city title race.
Three lettermen make up the strength of the l944 squad. They are Jack Redding,
Jack Lindsey and Robert Argadine, Lindsey is a two-year letterman. Both Lindsey and
Argadine were selected on the mythical All-City team last season.
Probable lettermen as announced by Coach Henslee are as follows: Sam Ward,
Walter McCallum, Kenneth Cason, Jack Lindsey, Robert Argadine, Jack Redding, Maurice
Williams, Wilburn Hill, Wilmer Froese, James Steele, James Blair, Floyd Walker, Bobby
Ramsey, Richard O'Brien and Buddy Nix, Manager.
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Firsf Row: Sidney Smari, Claude Reed, Charles Laitimnre.
Second Row: Bill Broughfon, Harry Glover, L. C. Leffwich, Charles Rodgers.
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Pam Burke, Sondra Osler, Doris Bushey, Milton Elms, Doloris Bushey, Jack Earnest, Mr. Smith, Emmett Watson, Mary Jon Holbrook, Bobby Sue Miller.
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