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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 4-b the Flo Kenck Iluk Nung news Florence. S. A sunday morning August 4, helmet saved Rookie s life physician says balt1mohe, aug. 3 at a to slip helmet was credited today with saving the life of Brooks Hob , Rookie third baseman of be Baltimore orioles who was caned in a game last night. The 20-year-old player from Little Rock. Ark., was recovering to Day although he was expected to be kept in Union memorial Ilos Pill 48 hours for observation. But or. Irwin Mayer Clu physician said Robinson pro ably would not be alive if h had t been wearing a hard to headgear. As it was. The bal Imruck Robbie in the Temple i delicate place hut the blow a cushioned enough that no serious damage was or. Mayer said an examination wet a rays showed no fracture or concussion. Ten stitches were required to close the Gash in the kit Side of his head. The doctor Laid Robinson should be Able to play within a week. Robinson was struck by a pitch thrown by Veteran right hander k de Carver of Kansas City in the Luconti game of last night s doubleheader. A four Inch piece of the headgear was broken off on the left Side of the Bill. The youngster considered a top Prospect by the Oriole brass Nev to lost consciousness. Lie suffered a headache soon after us bean ins but it disappeared overnight. Rambling in recreation sunday school Loop playoffs set this week South Grinders Here Are the All Star footballers who will oppose the North in the Palmetto shrine game at Carolina stadium in Columbia Friday night. In first Row left to right Are Stoney Thornley of Macedonia Jerry Nettles of Summerville Charles Robinson of Camden Nathan Jolley of Florence Reggie Logon of Orangeburg George Jones of Ridgeland Duke Knight of Williston Carl Fisk of Charleston and Jimmy Kolb of summer. Center Row Charles Rucker of St. Matthews Billy Herndon of Bennettsville Burnett Dubose of Bishopville Adolph Bannister of olympic Charlie Brodshaw of Darlington Bill Harter of Allendale Jimmy Hunter of Charleston Cooper o Dell Shuler of Elloree and Frank Bloomingburg of Moultrie. Back Row head coach John Mckissick of Summerville Jimmy Gregory of Walterboro Lewis Brown of Bamberg Hap Long of Kingstree w. B. Adkins of Swansea Billy Barnhill of Conway Allen Folline of Dreher manager Jimmy Stroble of Summerville and coaches Hibbie Ayoub of Cooper River and l. W. Woodcock of Macedonia. Rademacher insists hell beat Patterson Columbus a. Aug. 3 Alding 28-year-old Pete Rade Lacher May still be an Amateur far As Money is concerned the lorning of aug. 23, but he is con Dent thai hell also be heavy Frank Howard clinic bound . Aug. 3 Carolina s Marco Polo football coach Frank Howard of Clemson. Will be off and running again this weekend for a two week trip that will carry him to three coach ing clinics throughout the mid West. Howard who will be starting 18th season As head coach of the tigers the first of september has just returned from a 15-Day trip to Montreal Canada where he As listed his favorite punching Douglas Clyde pea head Walker with his Alou Eltes of the Canad football league. Two former Clemson stars Joel Wells and South Billy Hudson Are current Mem Bers of the Montreal team. Howard leaves sunday for the Purdue University coaching clinic in Indianapolis incl., aug. 5-fi, where he will be one of the main lecturers. On the 7th he will Fly to Chicago and remain there until after the pro All Star football game which takes place Friday aug. 9. A speaking engagement at by Cyrus Ohio will take place thurs Day aug. 15, and Howard will participate on the program of the Canton. Ohio clinic the following Day. He will Clurn to Clemson saturday. Aug. 17. Singletons sport goats were 27.50, now Hari Shaefer Marx suits was now s169.95 and summer Slacks was now 6.00 6.50 7.50 8.00 9.00 All Straw hats Price regular sport shirts was now one group tee. Shirts now All size Small All Short sleeve dress shirts now Singleton s inc. 172 Weil Street weight Champion of the boxing world. The 210-Pound olympic heavy weight King insists he will de throne Champion Floyd Patterson and confound the experts who say the aug. 2 scrap in Seattle wiil be a worse mismatch than last monday s Patterson Hurricane Jackson title fight. With no television and with a guarantee for Patterson might wind up with Money out of said Rademacher but it will be Worth Patterson stopped Jackson in 10 rounds but the beating he gave the challenger failed to impress Rademacher. He saw the fight on television and commented after Ward i Haven t changed my opinion that i can beat Hadema her conceded that Pat Terson is plenty fast but he re Mains unconvinced that the Cham Pion has enough Power to Hurt a Good big for instance. It seemed strange to me that he did t Salt Jackson away. Pat Terson did t seem to Lake and Jvan Lage of the situation he had i created when he got Jackson in i j said Lademacher after j watching Floyd deck the Hurri Jane twice in the Early rounds of j i their Polo grounds Battle in new York. Patterson hits so fast that i believe most of his blows Are lacking in Power. It seems to me that a Man in Jackson s condition after those first and second rounds should t have been in there until the the Amateur Champion declared. Rademachir who has no Mana Ger will leave Here tomorrow with chief Trainer George chem res and his sparring partners for Seattle. They la set up Camp at Issaquah wash., Early next week. The challenger a Grandview wash., native has been Here since setting his army discharge Sev eral months ago. For the past few weeks lie has been training at Lake Huston 20 Miles North of Columbus. Rademacher was lieutenant at nearby it. Training before his Severance from the army. Angler waiting for bite gets one from crab Ocean drive Beach. Aug. 3 an unidentified 10 juju ulu boy surf casting beside tilth Man fishing pier at Ocean drive Beach got a bite yester Good. The boy cad Only in bathing trunks was fishing Waist deep in the turf when a hard Shell crab perhaps like the Boll wee Vil came looking for a the crab crawled info the youth s bathing trunks and sent him yell ing and splashing toward Shore As several dozen anglers watched from he Tilghman pier rail. Unable to evict the snapping crustacean the Young vacation or shucked his shorts on the crowded Beach Shook out the intruder and calmly stepped Back into his trunks. C Al Suggs Tilghman pier Man Ager supplied a couple of band aides for the youth who said i was waiting for a bite hut not where i got it. From now on i la pay my 65 cents and fish no on the College All stars giants meet Friday Chicago. Aug. 3 col lege All stars 4li outstanding foot Ball players from 34 schools will try to master the masters the pro Champion new York giants in the 24th annual All Star Grid game at Soldier Kield Friday night. If the ambitious collegians most of them headed for the pro ranks themselves can upset the favored football league title . It will Mark Only the eighth ail Star Victory in the colourful series. The pros have won 14 games and two ties were played. The game will be televised nationally via Abc beginning at ., est. This will Mark the third year hat the grooming of the hand picked collegiate squad has been entrusted to a staff of pro trained coaches headed by e. L. Curly Jambeau. The 1955 All Star team handle by Lambeau who founded and cached the Green Bay packers and was head Coachi for the Chi Cago cardinals and Washington Chian state was injured on fifth play of the game and is hoop tilt should be close Columbia aug. 3 if tradition holds the margin of Victory tuesday night s pay motto shrine High school All Star Basket Ball game Here will be less than six North upper stale will come out on top. The Piedmont area stars have won six of the nine games played in the series which is a highlight of the annual coaches clinic Here but most of the games have been exceptionally close. Back in 1048, the first year of the clinic the North won by a 26-25 score and the up states walked off the following two years with 42-33 and 44-33 wins. The latter two were one sided com pared to things to come. In 1951 the South needed an overtime period to win 37-34. For dateline Darlington Devil season tickets to go on Sale aug. 15 by Rov Peavey sports darl1ngtox. Aug. 3 sen son tickets to All Blue Devil Home games for the 1957 football season will go on Sale on or about aug. 15. Six Honre contest s Are on the schedule and season tickets will sell for each or a saving of the Blue Devil Booster club along with several other civic organizations will promote the Sale of the season ducats. The six Home pop Neils will in clude c Hera. Mullins Sumter Ben Wellsville Lake City and Harts Ville. All arc pee dec conference foes with the exception of Sumter. A ing hitters for Darlington were Hay Clanton and Hack Stokes with two for three each and Don Tun stall with two for four. Cotton James smacked a double for the Only extra base blow of the game. Plans Are Well under Way for a Mammoth pre Southern 500 Parade schedule for saturday before the race. Plans Call for the participating race Drivers to drive convertibles which will be mounted by Queens competing in the miss Southern 500 Beauty contest. A number of outstanding service and possible High school bands will take part along with numerous its first taste of blood but the North came Back to win 62-54, the following year. In 1953 it was again the North 44-41, but the South came through 60-54, in 1954. The North won 62-58, in 55, and the South captured a thrill ing 51-48 verdict Here last aug ust. Most outstanding players in the game have set a Fine precedent for College action too. Parker s Brick Kirkpatrick won the first award in 1950 and went to Vander bilt. The 1951 Winner Trouis Roempke of Bishop England played for College of Charleston and 1952 Star Billy Yarborough of Walhalla was a Clemson standout. Alan Rubin the 1953 map played for the Citadel Orangeburg s John Mallory the 1954 recipient went to Tulane the 1955 Star Lampee s Ralph Edge plays for Wofford. And last year s standout Dreher s Walt Hudson is on a basketball scholarship at South Carolina. A record crowd of around 2.500 is expected in watch this year s lame which will also feature the annual Beauty contest to select miss North and miss South from four finalists from each Section of the state. Proceeds from the game and he North South football contest Friday night aug. 9 in Carolina stadium go to the shrines Hospi Al for crippled children at Green Ville. Floats and Darlington takes Oue m.50 season ticket to these j More step toward making the now games is a Good bargain if famous Southern 500 the biggest Redius spilled the Clevel Iii Browns 30-27. Last year s Lam Beau unit loss to the Browns 26-0 but the 1956 All stars weakened considerably when quarterback Earl Morrall of. I the his replacements failed to display the Tricky spartan s skill. This year s squad Boals As fim a corps of quarterbacks As even named to an All Star Rosier in. Eluding Paul Llor Nung of not Dame Len Dawson of Purdue John Brodie of Stanford and Jin Harris of Oklahoma. In Brodie and Dawson Lam Beau has two passers who while collegians threw the football Wilh professional class. Against the big bruising giant line the Aeria shots of Dawson or Brodie to such strapping receivers As Lamar Lundy a 235-Pounder from Purdue and Michigan s Ron Kramer 217, could be the Best ail Star weapon. It s Tough to run against the giants As the Chicago bears Dis covered in a 42-7 title trimming last december but the All stars have the horses to give it the old College try. For Speed and elusiveness Beau Lias the likes of Oklahoma s Tommy Mcdonald Southern California s Jon Arnett. Illinois Abe Woodson and Baylor s Del Shofner. For Power running Syracuse s 220-Pound Jimmy Brown and Clar ence peaks 208-Pound Michigan slate halfback May be As Good As any pro Back the giants will meet this fall. Lambeau and his Slaff know full Well Friday night s game will hinge on the line play and the All stars will try to match the giants Pound for Pound and up front. Mickey mane ahead of babe s pass Mark new York aug. 3 my the Yankees Mickey Mantle who challenged but foil Short of babe Ruth s Home run record last sea son is now running ahead of an other of the babe s All time achievements. In 99 games Mantle has received ill walks. If he continues the Pace he would finish with 178 compared with Faith s major league record of 170 in 1923. Mantle already has surpassed his personal High for walks in a season when he Drew 113 in 1955. By Bill Jefke is City recreation director the men s and boys sunday school leagues will go into their playoffs this week for their respective City titles. The playoffs will be double elimination affairs in both divisions with the St Paul and first Baptist teams seeded in the men s Loop and the Immanuel Baptist seeded in the boys league. Five Points and South Sld will open the men s tourney on Mon Day night the Maple Park Field at the link pen culs and Fellowship hooking up on tuesday night at the same time. Thursday night first baptists will Lake on the Winner of game no. 1 with St. Paul meet ing the Winner of game no. Z Friday night Southern methodist and Central will meet in the boys opener thursday at Maple Park at Team managers arc reminded they May not use any players who have not played with them during the season. Deadline for Novice Tennis in Ries is monday at 4 All who ire interested Are asked to get inch1 entry in to Maple Park Plarl Lee Park. teen town before. Hem. There is no entry fee and rack jts will be furnished to those who do not have one. The Winner of he City tourney will represent Lorence in the South Carolina recreation society slate tourney o be held Here on aug. 12. The divisions Are midgets 15 and under and juniors. 17 and under for boys and girls. Kiwanis and Phillips Esso will meet in an important Elk Little boys game at Maple Mon Day night at in the last regu j Lar season game. A win for kiwanis would give them a tie for first place with Florence steam j laundry the second half. A kiwanis win would mean s sudden Rieal play off for the Sec i Ond half title. Should Krivanis win it would then go into a Best of three be j Ries Wilh Florence Stunm Lizun dry for the links championship. Florence steam won the first half championship. The Moose Little boys Are still in second half play with Exchange holding a narrow Edge Over Hotary Myca and Optimist with any team Able to Clinch the Crown. I every game this week will have bearing on the outcome. Buck i Wells and Rudlof Montrose Myca team were first half champions. We called the shot for the Cam j in Little boys As we said they vere the Best we had seen. They proved it As they walked through to the stale title without a do Feut including no hit games by heir Fine Young pitchers. The Moose gave Camden Asni Uch of a Battle As any one in the stale. 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Provide you with full Protection from rail fire Birds insects weather. W. E. Sandifer Box 85 Olanta s. C. Phone 6-4378 or 6-4414 Cincinnati reds Pitcher Sanchcz had a 1-1 Icord he Washington senators in Raul Wilh 1952. There Ever was one. You Are interested in Pur chasing a season ticket just Call inc writer Al or phone 1318 and in will by delivered to you. J the mine Devil runs err club will be Starling its annual drive for members shortly Ami All local citizens Are urged to join and live heir support lost. John s Ligh school Al Lulic program. A Well organized Booster club can do Lor a of hour pro As evidenced by lir work t so h clubs at o Ulivi Gluie Flor and Marlun. La Ouid Iii Only kill action hug Dune ii they now have Ink is first p car. In the league with a perfect 11-0 record with Only ref games left o play. No other club Lias lnr.4 less than four , so oars in in. squad county Folry Mil ,1 s of 2 Victory Over a Tri Community Loam Siili Rolny. D Tunstall Inok in Victory he ins up Hul four in while striking nut Ion Lead and most Colo Ful in the Southeast. Sporting event Michiya stale Beal Albion and Olivet in the spartans first track meet in is fifi. New new new Aclei Espir front Fork and new rubber mounted chronic handle bars Jive the Engle n extra smooth coiled Spring air conditioned rids Many other be features per gallon eight mile Plutul operating free demonstration Clarke s Cushman sales 185 a Evans dial 9076 All funds received by aug. 10th earn from August 1st. Save where safety is insured place your savings where they earn More place with Peoples Federal Iviry account insured up to per annul open an Mccount Mill to in ukr it s easy to Over save by mail Peoples Federal savings accounts outer a conserva Tive profitable Uon investment. Write fur latest financial statement. Carolina s largest oldest and re Urruti Over Peoples Federal savings loan association 118 Welt a Vii Street Flora not South Carolina c. Kendal n. B. 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