The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 59

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=-'THE BURRO , .
(Field Captain)
S/ orace was the most valuable man in the
line this year, having experience and ability.
At all times he could gain with the ball as
well as a consistent punter.
Norman was the most consistent ground
gainer on the team this year. He would
rank with any high school back in the State.
Lee had a wonderful burst of speed and
always gained on end runs. When it was
impossible to gain he could place the ball
between the upright for a field goal.
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