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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 5, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaAoe 10-a the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Thursday morning december 6, 1957 Christy named acc football player of year Raleigh. Dec. 4 we Vicli Christy North Carolina state s terrific halfback is the overwhelm ing Choice of the Atlantic coast sports writers Assn. As the Atlan tic coast conference football player of the year. A senior from Chester pa., Christy also was the writers unanimous Choice to their All acc team announced earlier this week. The Wolf pack Star polled 322 Points to easily cop the player of the year Honor. Jim Bakhtiar of Virginia with 159 votes and Wray Carlton of Duke with 84 votes were runner ups. Christy received 60 first place votes from the 78 writers sports casters and College publicity men who balloted. The voting was on a basis of five Points for first three for second and one for third. Christy paced the Wolf pack to a 7-1-2 record this year. He scored 83 Points during the season and let an acc single game scoring his final appearance when he tallied All of state s Points in the 29-26 Victory Over South Caro Lina. He also led the conference in Kickoff returns with seven run backs that averaged 45.4 Yards a return. Christy has been praised by coach Earle Edwards As the greatest All around Back i be Ever the versatile 191-Pounder Wil play in the North South game in Miami and in the senior bowl a Mobile Ala. In All Christy broke seven state College records and missed an by six Yards. Among his records were mos1 Points in a game 29 most Points by a season 83 most touchdowns in a game 4 most touchdowns i a season 13 most touchdowns i a three year career 20 mos Points in a career 127 and mos Yards Rushing in a career others who received Voies in the balloting were Harvey White Clemson Tom Topping Roy Hord Harold Mcelhany and Georgi Dutrow Duke Rodney Breedlove Maryland buddy Payne North Carolina Jim Oddo Dick Hunter incl Bill Rearick State Alex Hawkins South Carolina am Eddie Llo orc Wake Forest. The award last year was Given to Bill Barnes of Wake Forest. Jordan tops acc Loop in catches Greensboro ., dec. 4 Iff Virginia end Fred Polzer is the pass receiving Champion of the Ai lactic coast conference for the second straight year and the 19 Pound 6-1 senior bowed out wit one of the Host plays of his Earle against Nortof car Liim last a urday. Eholzer caught five of the Nin passes Virginia completed in up ending the tar heels 20-13. An two of the catches were for touch Downs. It brought his season Tola to 2o receptions for 232 Yards an four touchdowns. His closest Cha lenders were teammate Sonn Randle and de Cooke of Mai land each of whom had 14 receptions for the year. North Carolina finishing with 6-4 record despite the final los to Virginia produced both the 195 kicking Kings for the conference according to final a service Bireau compilations. Although he did not punt a Sii Gle time the last three games b cause of injury Sophomore Lial Back Don Coker of the tar Hee is the punting Champion Avera in 39.6 Yards on 20 kicks to for Contention. Soph Mure quarterback dimming of North Carolina finished Secor in punting with an average of 33 Yards per kick and Dick Hunti of state took third with a 37. Yard Averack on 36 punts. Tackle Phi bln7cr of the to hods is Trio Clr Point Kickin Winner to Slang a final a Chirac percentage of .867 on 13 conver Lions in 15 tries. Second is Wra Carlton of Duke with 11 for 1 and .1kb. During he season against hire and fam son. Car ton s extra Point kicks won the game. Hil of Clemso kicked eight of nine for by Fini la d one. Shy of the minimum 10 attempts needed for Contention whiles Jordan of Clemso and Lin Lack Dirk Christy of rate up in no it in ref Ivins. Jordan s 12 reception i i for so Yards lops for h conference an average of 30., Yards a catch. Christy my 10 passes hut for of Eliom Wen for touchdowns and a total Gai of 211 Yards. Buddy i Ayno o North Carolina who Lii d for in dirt with Jordan on 12 Calr hcs. Miaran the e a Miau Ami Maiai i 20-1 Yards on his kerosene. 18c fuel Oil no. 1 16c prestone save at super a Lee Rampey mentioned Bradshaw makes Little a a change of sports taking a breather after a Tough 9-1 season Oklahoma football coach Bud Wilkinson holds two Canadian geese shot near Jet okla. Een a mainstay with Trie Florence High basketball and baseball earns during his years in High school. Soon after arriving at pc he came Down with pneumonia. He Ost a lot of strength and weight which was slow returning cited to forget about College. He came Back to Florence and went to work with the Myca on their recreation program. There Ivas no City recreation depart ment. He worked with the Myca for 11 years and in 1953 he be came City recreation director. In 1953 the department worked with one Little league and a mid get and mite baseball league. Mow there Are three Little boys leagues and the department uses six Fields in its program now in Stead of two. The department has come a Long Way since then under Billy s leadership that has been recognized throughout the slate and the South Carolina recreation society itself made note of it when they elected him president of the society. The department received the vow award for Community ser vice. Besides his work with the City s recreation program Billy has taken a Lead in other affairs. He is Secretary treasurer of the yellow jacket club a member of the Board of directors of the Exchange club and treasurer of the inter club Council he is also a past president of the slate drive training organization. An important cog in the Lecreta lion department wheel is Billy assistant. Jimmy Calcutt. In the two years Jimmy has been wit the department he has Learned lot and proved a very valuable addition he came to the department in 1955 with a background in Ever kind of sport played around Here he has lightened the Load on Bily considerable. Looking to the future the department plans to emphasize girl sports More. They intend to in elude More people in the Ages o 15-191 in their programs and ther will be More social activities o the department s Agenda in the fun lure. Layne s lawyers doing fancy work Detroit dec. 4 fat bomb Layne s attorneys Are doing som Legal Quarter hacking in an Cifor to keep the Veteran Detroit lion football player from going to Cour Friday on a drunk driving charge attorney Ivan a Harris a he will ask the Michigan Suprum court to overrule traffic in Reg John d. Watts decision against postponement of the trial. Barris asked for the postpone ment on grounds that his Partne and Layne s lawyer Joseph Louisell. Is engaged in a Cir Civ court trial. Several s. C players named. On Honor team by Harold Claassen new York dec. 4 we Norm Jarock of St. Norbert i who started his College football career As a Skinny end today was named to he Little All America team after having won the total offence title Imong players competing for the smaller colleges. Now a 191-Pound halfback Jar Ock helped St. Herbert s to an All winning season by picking up Ards As a runner and 252 Yards As a passer. In the Little All America bark held with Jarock Are Leonard Jyles of Louisville whose 132 joints makes him the natron s Reading collegiate scorer Charles Bradshaw of Wofford who tossed or All his team s 10 touchdowns scored through the air and Dan of Lehigh. Nolan collected i5c Yards passing and 284 running n a nine game schedule that included Columbia Rutgers and Vir Ginia military. Lyles has been drafted by the professional Balti More Colts and Nolan by the Washington redskins. As outstanding As it is this Back yield it does not Over Shadow the line which is anchored by a pair who Drew Praise from All sides in their final collegiate seasons. They Are Bruce Hortman of Luther and Decorah Iowa and Dudley Meredith of Lamar tech of Beaumont Tex. The Forward Wall is completed with Howard Clark of Chattanooga and Peter Kasson of Ripon at ends Howard Morris of Linfield and Dave Young of Randolph Macon at the guards and 200-Pound Dick Huston of Eastern washing ton College of education at Center. Since 1934, the associated Precs annually has picked the Little All America honouring the players who competed for the smaller col Leges outside the Glare of the head lines. Another Wofford slated Jerry Richardson won third team berth. Players gaining honorable men Tion included Jim Hampey guard Roger Hagy tackle and Frank Deprete Back All of Wofford Marion Lee Newberry tackle Harold billiard Lenoir. Rhyne Back Bob stauf Fenberg Elon Back Ken web i presbyterian Back. Mite named player1 for third time in 1957 Columbia dec. 4 i Clem Aon s lanky Sophomore Quarter Back Harvey White turned in i Good performance against fur Man saturday and for the third time this season was chosen As South Carolina s College football player of the the South Carolina Assn. Of sportswriters honoured White in its final weekly football poll of the year. Records tumbled As White directed Cler Aion to Victory the vote was almost unanimous. The Only other player cited by the sportswriters was keyword King University of South Caro Lina halfback. King got off a 77-Yard touchdown Over he established new Atlantic coast conference record for Yards gained passing 258 and total Yards gained in one game while throwing for three touchdowns and handing off for three More. White thus became the new Holder of acc season records for most to passes 11, and most Yards gained Rushing and passing eagles crippled before next game Philadelphia dec. I Rookie Tom Saidock 260-Pound tackle from Michigan state has been lost to the Philadelphia eagles for next sunday s clash with the Washington redskins. But. The eagles said Saidock is expected to be Back on Active duty for the club s final game of the National football league a dec. 14 game with the Chicago cardinals. The bad news concerning said Ock was tempered by word that Chuck Bednarik Veteran linebacker will be Back in action for the Redskin game. Marion Campbell Middle guard was nursing a banged up knee in today s scrimmage an injury sustained two weeks ago but he like Bednarik is expected to be available next sunday run against Wake Forest Satur Day and stood out in South Cam Una s 26-7 win. White previously was honoured for his part in Clemson victories Over Rice and Maryland. 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