The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1928 Page: 73
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Never before in the history of Mineral Wells High School has every man
on the football team lettered. All first year men were awarded the coveted
M, while second year men were given gold footballs. The second string men
were presented with light weight sweaters, as their reward for their faithful
work throughout the season.
In assembly, when the boys were presented with these trophies, each boy
named another boy whom he would like to see on the gridiron next year.
Quite a number of boys responded. Also, at this time, David Meyers, mascot
of the team, received recognition for the services he had rendered to the team
during the season.
The following men were given awards:
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