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Friendswood Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1982, Friendswood, Texas Friendswood w Serving The Clear Creek Basin Whittenburg Wins Constable Race Richard Cope And Marilyn Lunney In RunOff For Public Library Bulk Rate Postage Paid Triad Volume 3 Issue May News Briefs Golfers Win first team from the High School Golf program won first place at the regional championship at Waterwood Country this The Friendswood second team won third The first team shot 673 in the 2 day tournament and the second team shot The play in Austin for the State Championship May 13 and Welcome Wagon Mary Lou psychology instructor at San Jacinto College was guest speaker at Tuesdays meeting of the Friendswood Welcome Robins spoke on Becoming the Woman You were Meant to The luncheon meeting was held at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church on Winding Cline Primary Kindergarten preregistration will be held on May 13 and 14 at Cline Primary from 9 and 12 noon Our requirements for student registration are 5 years of age on or before state birth immunization records showing dates of DPT and polio boosters since age 4 and dates of rubeola measle and mumps This record must be signed by a physician or health The above items must be presented before you register your These official documents will not be retained by the school but returned to you for you safe Hausman Womack Mai and Edith Hausman of Quakers Landing along with their children Rick Hausman and Keith and Donna spent this past weekend at Lake attending a family and enjoying some hours of Oi along with a number of other family to Arkansas to see their other Kirk who is on he Southern Arkansas University baseball play against Ouachita Kirk played well before his family and picking up a walk in the 2nd inning and hitting a home mn in the h inning that broke a 00 SAU went on to win Mothers Day Out The Friendswood United Methodist Church will begin taking reservations for its fall Mothers Day Out program on May The program will be held each Friday from to Registration forms will be available in the church For further information jou may contact the Kunkel at Clean Moms Car Surprise Mother with a clean car Friends wood is planning a car wash May at Mainland starting at Donations will be used to sponsor the clubs is open to all boys and ages regardless of or economic Phone 485 Fwd 416 Fwd 25 Texas This Bassett puppy is a sad reminder of how people abandon their dogs or try to raise them without a fenced The puppy wandered into a garage on Heather in Friendswood and would not The woman living in the house told the News that when the dog came to her house it would not eat or its eyes were infected and the dog was The woman called the city pound last Wednesday to pick up the On Friday a call to the city police initiated the action to have the dog picked Dogs not claimed at the pound are I Tee Ball and other baseball Standings on page Texas 77546 Edwards Challenges Administration Activist Jim Edwards says that the problems with the Friendswood athletic program could very well lie with the administration and athletic director instead of the Edwards points to the football program as an He says that the football teams are losing and that they are not learning the Edwards believes that the coaches at the junior high level are not being guided by the upper levels of the He The head coach has not provided them with the proper guidance as to what they should He believe that while they may be competent as they are unable to do a good job because of this lack of Edwards says that the athletic program has very poor coordination and communication and the problem may lie with the overall He starts with the athletic director by Is the athletic director pressuring the head coach to meet certain standards In he wants to know if the head coach is pressuring those coaches under him to meet If the standards do Edwards wants to know if they are being properly communicated to the He I think that there is a distinct possibility that this is not If the standards Edwards wants to see the athle tic director and head coach publish the standards for coaches through out the system in all Edwards says that publishing these can only help them and that it would allow the community to better understand what is expected of the He ways that some junior high coaches have not had much coaching experience and that the athletic director and head coach should see that they receive proper Edwards suggests a week eight hour a day work shop session at the beginning of the year for all of the He says that at this the head coach could relate the plays that he wants the coaches to use and the fundamentals that he wants them to Edwards If standards are established an we know what they we can then determine if the roadies are living up to He Can we cize a roach for not being a good coach if not being told what is expected 01 them Edwards enges the athletic director to the hi they are and a are being Edwards rails the athletic program ana says mat it is not the roaches and Idas that but it is a lack of nu administration to the program and from the head roach of the individual sports to the lower levels of participat ion in these individual He The roaches pretty much they want with no direction from the At the junior high Edwards It wouldnt matter who you had coaching as long as we continue to play AAAAA junior He accuses the school ad ministration ad the athletic director of allowing a hope less situation competiively to He says that unless the school plays in a district primarily comprised of AAAA and AAA the teams will lose con He adds that when players and roaches know that they will consistently lose no matter how well they it kills their
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