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Page 54 text:
neither side could man-
age to score thereafter.
Thornhill, Henson, and
Shumate made nice gains
for the locals. Keck
played one of the best
games of his career.
The Panthers held
complete control of the
final game at Archer
City, Conner and Thornhill made
touchdowns with the latter kick-,4
ing both extra points. The final,
score was 14-0. '
Considering all facts it -fl
ful season. The Panthers won A
four, lost four, and tied one, 1
and finished in a tie
for third place in the
Those who finished their
football career were
Keck, Ellis, Hatter, and
Back next year are
Thornhill, Shumate, Keffer,
Hill, Rose, Shaver, Scott,
Styles, Stout, Box, Stevens,
C. Hatter, Parks, McDonald,
Starkey, Cox, and Morris. To
these boys and the faithful
reserves of next year we join
in extending our best
wishes for a most suc-
Seymour was honored
with two men on the 1941 9-A
Thornhill at an end posi-
tion and Keck at guard were
chosen with little opposi-
tion, Those making honor-
able mention were Styles at
tackle, Shaver at center,
Hatter at end, and Henson
in the backfield.
As a conclusion to the Seymour
grid season the members of this
year's team were presented with at-
tractive awards on February 5 in an
assembly program, Paula Vaughn, 19L1
football queen, was later presented
a jacket by the players.
could be said that Seymour High ,.f '
had been through a very success- A
Tom y Stevens
C. R. Morris
Page 53 text:
The 1941 Panther grid
season brought with it a
new coaching staff in the
persons of Odell Winter
and Oscar Lightfoot. An
of four lettermen and some
twenty squadmen reported
for the first work-out.
The first three games
on the Seymour schedule
were non-conference. The Panthers
showed lack of experience in the
games with Throckmorton and Stamford
and went down by scores of 8-O and
12-O. In the third game Seymour dis
played the power that had been ex-
pected of her. Thornhill, Conner,
and Henson made touchdowns to drop
Albany by 25-O
The Panthers started the 9-A
schedule in stride with defeats of
day and Iowa Park. The Eagles
ell by 32-6, and the Hawks went
down by a score of 20-O, Seymour
was now gaining recognition as one
of the top offensive teams of the
district. She was being placed in
the rank of a title contender with
Munday and Chillicothe.
The following week
-- the Panthers went to Mun-
7 day for the game of the
' week in the district.
Both teams were undefeated in
ct play, and each had won by
ve scores. The Moguls proved
strong, but the 26-6 score was
not true evidence of the closeness
the thrilling battle.
Seymour next faced Chillicothe,
the eventual district winner, After
losing an early scoring chance the
locals could do no better than hold
the strong Eagle squad to a 13-O
count. The Panther line played a
standout defensive game.
The Crowell Wildcats were next
on the list. The opponents scored
early in the game on a pass
play, but the Maroon and
White came bounding back to tie
the game at 6-6. Seymour later
made several penetrations, but
Horace Scott Jack stout
L6ft Guard Right Guard g
R. J. Rose
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Head Yell Leader
MAR ARET SNYDER DOLORES COX
Assistant Leader Assistant Leader
Back Row, Left to Right: Betty Witty, Maurene Hanna, Pauline Chapman, Flo
Harrison, Joye Caldwell, Ruthelma Robinson, Lucille Crawford, Billie Ruth
King, Wanda Lee Edwards,
Front Row: Miss Scott, sponsor, Billie Doris Rhame, Lois Dell Laney,
Phyllis Daniels, Mildred Wallace, Betty Lou Studer, Louise McCord, Dorothy
Wages, Helen Grace Jones, Miss Jones. sponsor.
. Leaders: MargaretSnWder, Paula Vaughn, Dolores Cox.
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