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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaS. C. Takes shrine bowl. 35-23 tar heels shocked by s. A s Solomon by Gregory Martin morning news sports writer Charlotte n. C. Sumter quarterback Freddie Solomon erased some names from the record Book and wrote a new chapter in the history of the shrine bowl As he scored three touchdowns in Lead ing the South Carolina forces to a 35-23 Victory in the 35th annual Charity game saturday. The Palmetto win evens the All time series be tween the prep All stars of the two Carolinas at 15-15-4. Coach Willie Varner s South carolinians were in command almost All the Way though the tar heels gave them a major scare in the second half when they scored two Quick touchdowns to Cut the Palmetto Lead to 21-16 and appeared to be moving again. However. Tar Hel quarterback Charlie Baggett was dropped for a 25 Yard loss to Force a Quick kick Anc Solomon took charge again and ripped off a 42 Yard touchdown run to give so the momentum Black. So. Carolina no. Carolina first t Rushing yardage 343 67 32 passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles lost Yards penalized 32 114 74 4-10-0 8-26-3 8-37 6-35 3 40 Freddie Solomon of Sumter gets big yardage against North Carolina Solomon was the easy Choice As the game s most valuable Back while North Carolina linebacker Gary copay of Sylva Webster was named the most valuable lineman. Solomon s statistics were impressive. The 175 Pound Sumler senior gained 197 Yards in 29 carries to crack the shrine bowl Rushing record by 40 Yards. Ills three to passes tied a record and he also completed four of nine passes for another 67 Yards. More impressive though was the sight of the red and White number 13 Jersey darting through holes in he tar Heel line or dropping Back to pass and then breaking away from the oncoming defenders to twist see s. Carolina p. 2c Texas routes Arkansas Austin Tex. A top ranked Texas and its Burnt or Ange machine battered fourth ranked Arkansas 42-7 saturday behind Mongoose Quick Quarter Back Eddie Phillips to give the longhorns the Southwest conference title and berth in the Cotton bowl. It was the 30th consecutive Victory for the defending nation Al champions in the nationally televised big shootout Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage Yards penalized Arkansas. Texas 13 29 464 53 20 145 2 14 11.27-3 3-5-0 6-40 2-23 0 2 106 is it was forged from touchdown drives of 76, 83, 99, 46, 60 and 48 Yards As the tripe option Tex attack trampled the Arkansaw defenders. Texas will meet notre dam in the Cotton bowl on be year s Day. Halfback Jim Bertelsen we scored three touchdowns an Steve Worster who scored two were the chief sledgehammer in the relentless Texas Attar api Arkansas Jon Richardson scampers around right end for touchdown the ploy storied from the 12-Yardline and resulted in the razor backs Only score Miller sinks two free throws to upset Blue devils 75-70 but a big goal line stand in the second Quarter gave the Long horns the impetus for the 99 Yard March that broke the game open after Arkansas threatened to tie the score. Bertelsen a Junior from Hud son wis., scored on gallops of six eight and five Yards. He rushed for 189 Yards on 30 car Ries. Worster the 210-Poimrj full charlottesv1lle, a. A Reserve Chip Miller s Field goal and two free throw broke a final tie with 24 min utes left saturday night and Virginia s Cavaliers shocked Duke s Blue devils 75-70 in the opening Atlantic coast Confer ence basketball opener for both teams. Duke ranked 13th nationally built a 42-36 halftime Lead but the Blue devils hit Only 29 per cent from the floor in the Sec Ond half and scored just nine Points in the last 11 minutes As the Cavaliers rallied for their third straight Victory Over All. Duke is now 1-1. The Cavaliers who had Only four turnovers in the second half were led by Bill Gerry with 22 Points and Scott Mccandlish with 16. Duke s Randy Denton led All scorers with 25. A More than capacity crowd of saw the Cavaliers de feat Duke on the Virginia court far the third successive Var. Wolf pack Falls to Auburn 91-85 Back scored on a pair of two Yard runs and rambled for 126 Yards on 21 carries for the unbeaten longhorns 10-0. The fantastic Phillips converted 14 of 17 third Down situations As he bedazzled the porker de sense which had allowed Only 88 Yards Rushing per game this season. Leading ground gaining team in the country with an average of 304 Yards or for 464 Yards Meriand. Texas Alert defense intercepted three Bill Montgomery passes and shut Down the razor jacks with a fanatical goal line tand in the second period. Four Imes Texas stopped Arkansas Side the three Yard line Hebacker Scott Henderson risking two of the crucial Guys s the longhorns protected 4-7 Lead. Texas in need to a Quick 14-0 Ead before Arkansas struck tack on Jon Richardson s 12 Ard touchdown run around and. Bertelsen climaxed he 15 Lay 99-Yard drive with his Siy Ard touchdown dash to Nake it 1-7 at halftime. Texas used the counter option Phillips passed Only three Mes and completed two for 46 Ards. Exas used the counter option Bertelsen effectively As the Kansas defenders swarmed or Worster but neglected the cond Man Ith the Ball. The raging Texas defense Al wed Arkansas Only 20 Yards i the ground while limiting Nior quarterback Montgomery 145 Yards through the air. Arkansas suffered intercept on on its first three posses Sions in the second half As any Hopes of a comeback Victory quickly faded. Indians fall to tar heels Texas piled up 518 Yards in to Tal offence with Phillips getting the crucial Yards when he kept on the option and Cut inside tackle on the three Long touch Down drives in the first half. Arkansas the second highest scoring team in the country be Hind Texas managed 13 first Downs but crossed Midfield Only three times under its own pow o 7 0 exas 714 714-42 7 run Feller kick 2 run Feller Hick 12 run Mcclard kick 6 run Feller kick 2 run Feller kick 8 run Feller kick 5 run Feller kick str tar Heel s Marcus Mauney picks up hard yardage sports Section c Page 1 sunday december 6, 1970 Roche leads gamecocks past notre Dame 85-82 South Bend inc. A South Carolina s second ranked gamecocks Rode past no. 5 Votre Dame Here night 85-82 with the Aid of a 32 Trevino Garrett take Lead in Coral Springs open see details on Page 3c deacons whip Temple 71-55 Point performance by John Roche. The gamecocks led by a Many As 13 Points in the first half and held a 45-35 margin at half time. The Inch scram by Hack to tie the game at 58 and 58 mid Holum wins event Innsbruck Austria a olympian Dianne Holum 19. Northbrook 111., won the meter race and placed third in the 500 meter event of an inter National Speed nvj2t Fri Day night. Way in the second half but a three Point play by Tom Riker his fourth of the game put the gamecocks ahead to stay. Notre Austin can had 27 Points foul hit Only six Points in he i half. Carolina is now notre Dame 1-1. By Catawba Philadelphia a Wake Forest overcame a 6 Point halftime deficit saturday night and went on to defeat Emple 71-55 in the first game of a College basketball Doub at the University of Pennsylvania palestra. Villanove met Princeton in he second game. Auburn Ala. Apau Burn s John Mengelt scored 31 Points in the second half to Lead the tigers loan upset Victory Over the North Carolina state Wolf pack 91-85. Mengelt after scoring 14 Points in the first half Cam on even stronger in the second period As the tigers broke a half tie of 38-38. Paul Coder led state with 26 Points and de Leftwich added 16. Guard Henry Harris shooting 14, was Only it car double figure scorer. The tigers held. ,1 0-Pnint Lead Midway through Williamsburg a. A North Carolina behind the scoring of Sophomore George Karl and Lee Dedmon ran to a 101-72 no conference basketball Victory Over William Mary saturday night. The tar heels turned a tight first half into a rout by out scoring the indians 25-13 in the first eight minutes of the Sec Jond half. Karl poured in 27 Points while Dedmon added 17 and Olid hal07-57, with in the Ball game. Dennis Wuycik hit for 14. Six Carolina players scored in double figures. William Mary was led by Steve Dodge with 22 Points and Tom Jasper with 18. The tar heels out shot the in Eft clans from he floor 58 per cent to 37 per cent. Charlie Davis was the Offen Sive hero for Wake Forest with 34 Points As the Demon Dea cons won their second straight game and handed Temple its first loss. The owls scored the last six Points of the first half for a 34 28 Edge but then could make Only 2 of 15 shots As Wake for est turned to a zone Early in the second half. The deacons meanwhile were Able to open a 52-42 Edge As Neil Pastushok and David key baskets. Ann Henning 16, led american sweep of the 500 by three North ook girls with a 46.0 clocking. Second a 44.3 time was Mary Saxton j7, while miss Holum s third place clock ing was 46.0. Miss Holum who won Silver and Bronze medals in the 1868 olympics took the meter race in 2 minutes 24.2 seconds. I Salisbury n. C. A an Lenoir Lilyne s balanced tigers crush Clemson s. C. A Lemson captured its second consecutive Triumph of the Young basketball season Satur Day night by defeating Mercer 51-46. The bears came out with a deliberate offence but the tiers jumped into an Early Lead High for Temple was Ollie s 608 f ing overcame the 36-Point, rebound heroics of Catawba Sophomore Bill Bailey and the bears pit led out a 68-63 Cavo Linas conference basketball vie tory saturday night. Lori or Rhyne players in double figures colonial classic first round Holstun 89, Wilkes 75 78, Wasrington College. My. Moroni Temple Points at scored five straight one Point but Davis led Wake Forest Back and the deacons continued to Widen the Gap the rest of the Way. Behind Davis in scoring for Wake for est were Gil Mcgregor with 14. On the shooting of Dave Thom As and Dave Angel and Midway in the first period Clemson led 12-4. Clemson led at halftime 22-13. The tigers had made Only six Field goals but they Only shot eight times. The game was marred by four technical fouls being called and two players one from each team were technically Dis qualified. Clemson s biggest Lead was 27 Points twice the last time with left in the game. Locke began to substitute freely and Clemson did not get a Field goal in the last six min utes of the game being scored 18-6 in those final utes. Thomas had straight 20-Point his night second hitting seven of 1.0 from the Field and All six of his free throws. Angel collected 12 Points and John 7oakley recorded seven assists. Leonard Hardin was the Only Mercer played to hit double Fig ures. He had 11 Points. Johnson with 18. Four scored non Long leading the Way with 15 Points while aside from Bailey no Catawba player managed More than six. The bears pulled away from an 18-All lie to a 37-32 Lead. After Catawba Cut it b 43-42 five minutes into ties Ond half of the league for both teams. Lenoir Sihvo never let the indians got an closer. The now 3-1 for t v season out she to Catawba 54 cent to 25, and hold i k Edge. Roy Hudgens splits two Florida slate 125, South Dakota 65 Tuisa 100, Purdue 98. Overtime a unlucky 104, Michigan 93 h pm bold stale 71, Southern Oregon 63 Morehead ky., 88. Morris Harvey 78 Bucknell 75. Rider 65 j b311cv nit 12 Othi slots 0" Louisville 105, Florida 87 19 of . . Post 80, new Yorko la lick tvs v Sissy King added Pine in to Load the Johnsonville Over Hie Kingstree girls 20-11. Flora Wilson was Leighs scorer for the bowl coils with seven tallies. Bruce Allison was High Man for the Johnsonville boys with an accumulation of in Points and Bubba Coker was close behind i with 1. I Frank i d the Kin oreo san with 24 paints. J the flashes travel to flood i next week in a conference in a tech

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