The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1968 · Page 9
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Osceola. Gftcfcfers, Trackmen Busy Under Coach's Eye Slyftwfflt (Ark,) Courier Wwrt - Mcrdtajr, April«, WWJ— P«|« HtatV By Frank EBIt . • Courier Newt Sporti Editor Coach J. W.; Seymour, though about to leave the Osceola High School athletic scene, is not a man to serve out his remaining time as a "lame-duck" coach. Far from it. Seymour announced several, months ago that he was resigning his position as Seminole football coach.at the end of the current school term. In fact, a successor, George W. Dean of Maiden, Mo., has already been selected to head the tribe's grid fortunes next season. Nonetheless,-Seymour is going about his duties as he alwyas has, devoting all his talents to both -tutoring the Seminole's track: squad and supervising the spring football practice sessions. The youthful graduate of Shawnee High.-School in Joiner took a few minutes late last week to explain the progress of the Seminole's spring athletic programs, emphasizing in particular the present status of the cindermen and the future prospects of the gridiron.hopefuls. Osceola'S thin-clad? have registered a win in their first meet of the season at Manila in an .event which included tricksters rom the host school as well as as Luxor'a, Keiser, tiepanto and Shawnee...' ..; : : In one of .the largest meets in THAT EXTRA EFFORT—All-district football guard GARY HART of the OSCEOLA SEMINOLES put body English and facial exertion into this -practice shot-put effort as he and his Seminole teammates warmed up for the district champion- ships, hopeful that he and they could make a ,very credible showing in these preliminaries to .the state championships soon to come. (Courier-News Photo) MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS National League St. Louis ., San Fran. Pittsburgh Atlanta ... Los Angele Cincinnati Houston... Phila New York Chicago W. ,7 6 5 .6 6 5 5 5 4' 3 Pet. G.B. .636 .600 .556 .545 .545 .500 .500 .455 N .300 Saturday's Results New York 3, Los Angeles 2 San Francisco 1, Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia 7, Houston 1 Cincinnati 2, Atlanta 1 Chicago 5, St. Louis 1 Sunday's Reiulto LM Angeles 7-3, New York 6- t ' Philadelphia 8, Houston 0 Atlanta 5, Cincinnati 2 Pittsburgh 10, San Francisco 0 St. Louis 9, Chicago 2 Today's Games San Francisco at Philadelphia, Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Houston at New York San Francisco at Philadelphia, N Atlanta at Chicago Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, N Cincinnati at St. Louis, N American League W. 1. Pet. G.B. Detroit .... Minnesota . Boston . Washington Baltimore . New'York . Cleveland . Oakland ... California . Chicago ... 1 .900 :2 .778 4- .600 .600 '.556 .444 .400 .400 .300 .000 Saturday's Results Boston 3, Cleveland 2 Detroit 4, Chicago 1,10 innings New York 4, Minnesota 2 Washington 4, Oakland 1 Baltimore 10, California 1 Sunday's Results Detroit 4-4; Chicago 1-2 Washington 2, Oakland 0 Baltimore 11, California 4 '-Minnesota 5, New York 2 Cleveland 7, Boston 0 Today's Games Baltimore at Minnesota New York at Oakland, N, Washington at California, N Only .games scheduled Tuesday's Games New York at .Oakland, N Washington at California, N Baltimore at Minnesota Boston at Chicago, N Detroit at Cleveland, N Williams Delivers ASU Skein Stopped JONESORO, Ark. (AP) — The University of Wisconsin snapped Arkansas State's 11- game winning streak Saturday, defeating the Indians 7-1 in the nightcap of their doubleheader H. , . -State. won the first game here. ' .....* * *..... Wisconsin scored .all seven of its runs in the fifth inning of the second game, picking the up on five hits, a walk and two Catcher Ji mTrfebbin slammed iht «Ute, at the Wilson Invitational, the Semlnoles finished in the ninth spot against close to 700 athletes who competed. Showing steady improvement, Seymour's representatives piac- ed third in the Mississippi County Invitational Meet at the same Wilson oval. .Seymour lias been relying on some of his footballers to help carry the track load. April's v Breezes r Comfort January Travs Idle; Blues ••'•Win SHREVEPORT, La.. (AP) The Arkansas Travelers, who battled through a long doubleheader Friday night at home and then dropped a 7-2 decision on the road Saturday, got a rest Sunday. • The Travelers' Texas League contest : with , the Shreveport raves was postponed because of rain. . . The Travelers and Braves will try again tonight and then Arkansas is scheduled for a four- game series with Dallas-Fort Worth at Arlington, Tex. A doubleheader between Albuquerque and San Antonio was also rained out. Memphis made the most ol two hits and four Dallas-Fort Worth errors and defeated the Spurs 3-1 at Arlington. Amaril- Irj pounded out 12 hits and; defeated El Paso 6-3 for its fourth straight victory in other Texas League action. J. W. Seymour Tommy Beard is the county high hurdles champion and District 2-A champ in both high and low 'hurdles. His best time for the high hurdles has been 15.3 and 20.9 in he low. . Gary Hart, all-district football <uard, fills in admirably in both he shot put and discus events. Willard Parker, a tackle who is expected to be a big man in [he Seminole line next season, duplicates Hart's two-fold efforts. . Ronnie Jacobs, footballer with great running ability, runs sprints, relays, high jumps and pole, vaults for the thinclads. His best time has been 10,7 in the 100 and 24.6 in the 220. * * * Asked about the gridiron prospects for '68, the departing mentor said that he expects about 30 young men to be back from the '67 squad and that six of these were starters. The^schedule will be the same as last year. Seymour expects the top teams,.in. the district will be Walnut Ridge and Corning. Players like Jacobs and Parker, along with Wayne Burnett, a 6-3 tackle, and Earl Chancery, a 5-10 guard, are being counted on to provide a good nucleus for Seymour's successor. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — Don January breezed to victory in the $150,000 Tournament of Champions golf tournament and then discovered it wasn't so easy after all. The .current National PGA champ, \vho leads the 'touring pros into his native Texas' home grounds at Dallas today, fashioned his second straight 69 Sunday, two strokes under par, for a 72-hole tournament course record of 276, eight under par.. But it wasn't until after he parred the last two holes that he learned charging Julius Boros had missed catching him by only one stroke and one roll of the ball With a sizzling final round 66 for 277. "I didn't know what Moose was doing," January Confessed later. "I was a little upset that I didn't know he was so close." It could have been even closer — a tie or even'defeat for January. On the fina.1 hole Bo ~ faced a 45-foot chip for an three which at that stage wo have tied' him : with playing two holes behind The ball 'died just an inch or so from the hole. Boros got th» birdie which led to a typical Biros understatement. 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Gun Club Class Set Tomorrow THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY GUN CLUB reminds all women Interested IB gun safety, that the firearms course to be taught will begin tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the YMCA building. The eoune will cost noamem- bers of the Y $9 and fl for members, according to Roy Bray, chief instructor. Once tfae firearms course has started, no mor* women will be allowed to participate ta this particular safety program, Bray Mid. ATLANTA (AP) - Carol Mann won the Lady Carling Golf Tournament by 10 strokes Sunday, firing a dosing 68 for a 54-hole total of 200, 16 under par. HOUSTON (AP) - Cliff, Richey of San Angelo, Tex., No. 3 U.S. amateur, crushed'Yugosla-. via's Boro'Jovanovic 64, 6-1, 8-6: Sunday to return the River Oaks Tennis Championship to the United States for the first time since I960.' HERMON C. JONES BEANS • REGISTERED DAVIS • CERTIFIED DAVIS • REGISTERED HILL • REGISTERED LEE BLYTHEVItLE SEED CO. 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