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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 11, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaFriday december 11, 1970 patriots beaten by Charleston 5 Iff Lim Section b Page 1 by Gregory Martin morning news sports editor the College of Charleston cougars controlled the Back boards and hit Well from out Side As they rolled past the Francis Marion patriots 88-53 thursday night at the South Side gym. The win was the cougars second of the year Over Francis Marion and gives them a 6-2 season record. The patriots now have a 0-6 record against Var sity Competition and a 16 Mark counting freshmen games. Rick Carpenter a 6-4, 210 Pounder was the big Man under i the Basket put the Charleston the boards for the cougars and led the scoring with 23 Points. Sammy Meade added 16 and Jeff Hafer 14 to the Charleston attack. Forces ahead for Good at 8-6 with left in the first half. The patriots played a slow Down Ball control Type game through the first half and trailed David George paced the fran Only 36-18 at intermission Cis Marion attack with 21 Points the cougars broke it open and Cliff Stumbo. Followed with 11 and Jimmy Parker with 10. George Smith a 64 Sopho More and one of the team s top scorers missed the game due to an ankle injury. The cougars never trailed but Francis Marion stayed with them through the first four min utes. Carpenter s shot from near James is named acc head Man Greensboro n. C. A Bob James commissioner of the mid american conference since july 1964, was named commissioner thursday of the Atlantic coast conference. He succeeds Jim Weaver who served for 16 years until his death last summer. James said he would take Over his duties no later than March 1, 1970. The 49-year-old James graduated from the University of Maryland in 1947 after winning letters in football basketball and track. His stay at Mary land was interrupted by army service during world War ii. After graduation he remained at Maryland As assailant Dean of men and in 1958 was chosen associate Dean for Stu Dent life. In that Post he handled All phases of the scholar ship and Grant in Aid programs and also represented the male students on the Maryland scholarship committee. They named him the outstanding faculty member in 1956. In february 1960, James accepted a Post As civilian athletic director at the u. S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. He administered the univer sity s 15-sport program. Since taking the mid Ameri can conference Job he has served on several Mcaa committees and has been chairman of the legislative committee and the committee on committees. James and his wife Marie have two daughters. They live in upper Arlington Ohio a suburb of Columbus. The mid american Confer ence consists of vie Ohio schools and Western Michigan. Football Champion Toledo will represent the conference in the dec. 28 Tangerine bowl game against Southern conference Champion William and Mary at Orlando Fla. Rather quickly in the second half and pulled steadily away As the Pace of the game Quick ened. The patriots had a lot of trouble hitting free throws. They had Only two of eight in the first half and 15 of 34 for the game. The cougars hit 21 of 30 from the line. Charleston pulled Down 48 re to 34 for the Florence team As the cougars made their height Felt under the boards. They were getting their second and third shots under the Bas Ket time and again. Both team s shooting from the floor was off during the firs half with the patriots hitting 32 per cent and the cougars 37 both picked up in the second half with the patriots Canning 54.1 per cent and the cougars 64.7 per cent. The cougars Are through until after the Christmas Holiday area. They play the Pembroke freshmen there on Jan. 7. All american team has 3 repeaters Harleston Miller Hunt Harper Meade Carpenter totals Francis Marion bran Johnson George Jackson Riggins 0 4 5 9 0 4 3 11 1 1 2 14 2 4 5 23 20 99 f t 0 0 1 1 1 3 2 10 1 11 2 6 7 21 0 0 0 0 halftime score Charleston 36, Francis Marion 18 staff photo by Sonny Smith patriots David George brings bail Down court Remus Harper guards him for College of Charleston so Clemson near to quitting acc new York a Twenty one seniors including three re Peaters and two players each from Texas Ohio state Nebraska Louisiana state and notre Dame were named thursday to the 1970 All America football team by the associated press. The repeaters Are offensive guard Chip Kell of Tennessee and defensive guard Jim still Wagon and Corner Back Jack Tatum both of Ohio state. The Only Junior is defensive Back Tommy Casonova of Louisiana state. The quarterback is Joe Theis Mann of notre Dame who was named Over Stanford s record breaking Jim Plunkett Winner of the Heisman trophy. Joining him in the Backfield Are running backs Steve Worster of Texas and Don Mccauley of North Carolina. The wide receivers Are Ernie Jennings of the air Force and Houston s Elmo at tempt was made to differentiate Between split end and and Jim Braxton of West Vir i Ginia is the tight end. The offensive Interior line is comprised of tackles Dan Dier Dorf of Michigan and Bob new ton of Nebraska guards Kell of Tennessee and Larry Dinardo of notre Dame and Center Don Popplewell of Colorado. Rounding out the defensive unit Are ends Bill Atessis Texas and Charlie Weaver Greensboro . A top officials of the Atlantic the presidents or Thier designated representatives me coast conference presented to wednesday night and thursday faculty chairmen by a 5-3 vote thursday what they considered a Compromise solution to the Long simmering hassle Over morning before coming up wit a proposal they Felt would was requirements without lowering standards. Athletic eligibility require ments. However the a South Carolina and Clemson h the Mcaa said the proposal did not solve p01 it average of i-60 for athlete it continues the required presidents Offe Board exam their problems and indications were that they were a step nearer to withdrawing from the 17 is to be eligible to play. However a provision a added that students scoring be enee. Knights Williamson tops Florence prep scoring Nathanial Williamson a senior Center went out for basketball for the first time this year at the new West Florence High school. He took to the organized sport in a hurry and is currently the leading scorer among the four Florence High schools with by Points in three games and a 22.0 average. The Only other player aver aging Over 20 Points a game is Lynn Morehouse another West Florence eager who has a 20.3 figure after getting 30 against Wayne Huggins is leading Southside on tuesday. Jimmy Pitts a 6-8 Center leads Mcclenaghan with a average and is third in the City. Pitts averaged 14.6 Points a game last year. Johnny Mccoy leads Wilson with a 14.0 figure that leaves him fourth in the City but team mate Tommy Alexander is right on his heels with a 13.7 average. Mccoy averaged 16.4 Points game As a Sophomore last year and Alexander 8.3. Southside with a 13.3 average while Tim Turner has a 12.0 average and Rich Danner an 11.3 figure. West Florence and Mcclenaghan have the Best records among the four teams at 2-1 while Wilson and Southside Are both 1-2. Williamson is also leading his team in rebounds with 36 and a shooting percentage at 56.9 from the floor. Jackets Falcons Are Home knights travel to Mullins the Mcclenaghan yellow jackets Are Home to Hillcrest and Southside hosts Marion while West Florence travels to mul Lins in basketball games involving Florence teams tonight. Centenary at Johnsonville. West Florence will carry a record into the game with ligation with that school. West Florence lost its opener to Hartsville but beat Dillon powerful Mulhens which also land Southside. Nathanial Wil boasts a 2-1 slate. The auctioneers lost a close game to Wilson has an open Date. Camden but blistered Andrews other area games have my Coll at Lamar Lake cily at St. Johns Mayo at Bennetts Ville Andrew Jackson at but Ler so Castee at Hannah Pamplico Timmonsville at Lake View Latta at East Clarendon Winyah at Howard and Rains and Conway. Mullins has almost its full team Back from last year s club that went unbeaten until the final game of the class a state tournament. The auctioneers have also picked up three pal Metto starters from the Congo Sanders has Ace leads Bahama Golf Freeport Bahamas api champions George Archer and Dapper Doug Sanders a Gay Brewer greying Playboy who has t won j Lee Trevino seeking to pro a tournament in almost four years shot a record 66 including a Hole in one thursday and stormed into the first round Lead in the Bahama islands had even More trouble with the open Golf tournament. The 37-year-old Sanders who said his game was t geared to his . Est starting time scored the 10th Ace of his Ca reer on the 210-Yard Par three 15th a one stroke Lead in this the last go event on the schedule this year. John Jacobs a Vietnam vet eran nand younger brother of Veteran Tommy Jacobs scored four deuces and was second at 67. Arnold Palmer still seeking his. First individual Victory of the year followed with a 68. The group at 69, three strokes off the Pace and three under Par on the Emerald course at the Kings inn and Golf club included Veteran Gardner Dickinson Chris Blocker Jerry Mcgee and Rolf dem ing. The big Bunch at 70 included Bob Murphy Tommy Waron and a couple of former masters text his top spot on the Money winning list had a disappoint ing 73 and was Well Back. Pea Champion Dave Stockton year old eight member Confer-1 tween 700 and 799 on the col Slege Board exam and having a -1 predicted minimum 1.75 Gradi i Point average also would be admissible. It was stipulated that the change must be accepted b i All schools now composing tin the faculty chairmen vote to accept the proposal no necessarily to approve it of additional study Here before Thi Friday morning session of the conference s annual meeting. The faculty group will fir the study the matter Early in january during the Mcaa West Florence coach Bobby Bridgeman says Williamson is a real Good inside shooter with a lot of finesse and a Knack for getting the Ball in the hoop. Morehouse played for Mcclenaghan last year and averaged 7.9 Points a game. He has 61 Points in three games after the big night against Southside and trails Williamson by five. He is second on the West Flor ence team in rebounding with 20 and in shooting percentages with a 42.6 figure. The knights have the highest scoring average in the City a 67.3 while Southside is 56.3, me Lenaghan 52.3 and Wilson 49.3. Frank Munnlyn of Wilson led he City scoring last year with a 21.5 average but was lost this year by graduation. Games g 3 27 12 Oylen tree lined layout taking a fat 77. Masters Champion Billy Cas per . Open titleholder Tony Jacklin British open Champ Jack Nicklaus and South Afri can Gary player Are not com Peting. Sanders has scored 17 tour victories in his colourful career but has t won since the 1967 doral open. He lost his exempt j status last year and has won Only about his Best finish was a playoff j loss to Nicklaus in inc british1 open. My game just in t geared to the Early morning said Sanders who did t get up in time to shave and played with a stubble of Beard on his face. Sanders scored his Ace on the 15th, holing out a three Iron that hit about 12 feet in front of the Flag. Hamson and Lynn Morehouse Are both averaging Over 20 Points a game for the knights. Mcclenaghan is 2-1 for the year after winning a pair of close ones from Conway and Billon and getting clobbered by Camden. Jimmy Pitts a 6-8 senior is the leading jacket scorer with a 19.7 average. Southside will carry a 1-2 re Cord into the Marion game. Lake City is 2-1 while St. John s is 0-2 after losing to Hartsville and dropping an Over Bealing Chesterfield time. James time thriller to Bennettsville. I Spears Mayo is 4-1 and of Bennettsville is 1-1. Both teams Are 0-1 in the 5aaa conference. Butler is 4-0 for the season and holds a six Point 6aaa con Ference win Over Bennettsville. Andrew Jackson is 1-0 both in the league and Overall were not allowed in the court-1 Tow ills Corbin Grantham Cagle Gregg Benton a. Deover Maxwell Grace Jones Belanger s. Deover Mccoy King Gregg Walters Huggins Turner propps Mcclenaghan g.1i 66 24 1 3 61 8 5 21 2 11 15 6 2 14 s 2 12 204 204 204 0 1 1 000 73 46 202 22 15 8 13 4 1 5 5 1 3 5 3 2 0 3 5 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 meeting in Houston. Or. Thomas f. Jones univer sity of South Carolina presi Dent told newsmen the propos Al was unacceptable to h is school. As he put it it opens a Small window not a he said the matter was i Large institutional question11 which would be studied at a series of meetings by officials of his University. Or. Robert c. Edwards Clemson president said the proposal does t solve any problems at South Carolina trustees had Wilson tvs Edge Bates the Wilson High boys Junior varsity nipped Bates Junior High of Sumter 30-29 thursday night. Terry Alexander scored 1 Points to Lead the Wilson attack j and also hit the winning Basket Jangelo Alexander added eight la Points. 54 49157 53.3 3 Wilson Fame 3 20 2 42 3 12 2 26 3 5 14 24 1 204 1 113 3 328 3 1 26 148 Southside games g f t 3 14 12 40 5 2 12 14 6 34 13 3 6 s 17 7 2 16 248 226 1 5 7 00 0 44 41 149 f t ave. 14.0 8.7 8.0 4.0 3.0 2.7 Byrnes tvs win Hemingway in Junior varsity basketball action Byr nes Academy of Florence Defeated Francis Marion Academy n s of Hemingway by a score of Jet 60-54. 57 High scorers for Byrnes were Hart with 25 and mar 3.0 shall Rogol with 11 while John Hanna had 23 for Francis real Given whiskey. Advised athletic staffs sclera weeks ago to begin recruiting athletes Only under the 1. 6rule required by the Mcaa and the conference and to disregard the additional 800 score require ment of the acc. Edwards said he had restated Clemson s position to the presi dents group wednesday night and again thursday reaffirm ing the stand he outlined at a meeting last october. Edwards has said Clemson wants to remain in the acc but cannot live with the 800 Rule and be competitive athletically with no conference schools it schedules. If All to re solve the matter within the con Ference framework fall he said Clemson will look for another conference. Maryland which stood with South Carolina and Clemson in opposing the proposal has nol been As aggressive in its stand ogres t Beli and is riot believed to be considering withdrawal from the acc. Under the present require ment a High school Pupil to enter acc Competition Musl stand roughly in the upper half of his class. Opponents of the residents proposal say it would require the same Pupil to in the top third to be eligible for acc athletics if he fell be of the 800 Mark on the College wards the presidents proposal Al Hough receiving Only a 5-3 Rote gained approval because he 800 Rule is covered by an Iffie Ial interpretation and is not actually a bylaw of the acc. Thus a simple majority than a 6-2 vote As re tired in changing bylaws was sufficient for passage. Grant in Aid signings in foot jail will be honoured starting at noon saturday under Confer once rules. South Carolina and Clemson both have indicated hey will sign players without for the 800 Rule. Since the proposal of the residents will be hanging fire least until the january meet no at Houston these signings be honoured. Southern California tackles Dick Bumpas of Arkansas and Rock Perdoni of Georgia tech linebackers Mike Anderson of Louisisna state Jack Ham of Peno state and Jerry Murtaugh of Nebraska and safety Dave Elmendorf of Texas the toughest decision was at quarterback where it boiled Down to Theismann and Plunkett. In passing Theismann completed 155 of per Yards and if touchdowns with 14 interceptions. Plunket was 191 of 53.4 per Yards 18 touchdowns and the same num Ber of steals in route to Mcaa passing and total offence career Marks. However Theismann added 384 Yards on the ground to Plunkett s 183 and finished second nationally in total offence with 281.3 Yards per game to 263.5 for Plunkett who was third. The loss to Purdue in which he was intercepted five times and Spires performances against air Force and Mon Plunkett s chances the same reasoning prevailed a year ago when Plunkett was named to the second team Over Mississippi s Archie Manning. Meanwhile in notre Dame s Lone defeat Theismann threw for 526 Yards in the rain and Al though he had four passes intercepted two of them occurred late in the game As he put the Ball in the air time after time in a vain attempt to overtake Southern Cal. Coach Darrell royals Calls Worster a super the 210-Pound fullback not Only holds Texas records for career touchdowns and Points but also is a great Blocker in the Long horns Wishbone attack. A 279-Yard, five touchdown performance against Duke in North Carolina s regular season wind up enabled Mccauley to finish with Yards on the ground. 11 More than the old National record set by 0. J. Simp son in 1968. Other record Breakers were Jennings and Wright. The for Mer caught 74 passes for Yards and 17 touchdowns and is the air Force Academy s career pass catching Leader As Well As the Falcons faster player Ever covering 100 Yards in 9.6 seconds. Wright despite shaky quater backing finished with 47 receptions for 874 Yards. He s no. 2 All time nationally in reception yardage with and tops in touchdown catches with 34. He rivals Basket Baller Elvin Hayes As the biggest e Ever to per form at Houston. Braxton the tight end started the season As a Power running fullback but West Virginia needed his blocking on the flank. He caught 27 passes for 565 Yards a Brilliant average and eight touchdowns and carried the Ball 51 times for 347, Yards. He also returned eight kickoffs for 138 Yards and did much of the Pla Cekic King. Johnsonville tvs Triumph Centenary Johnsonville Limizor varsity boys opened their season with a 38 to 33 Victory Over Rains thursday. Binky Rankin and Greg Fer Ches led Johnsonville with 14 and 10 Points respectfully. Ken Bell took scoring honors or Rains with 17 Points. The Johnsonville Junior Var sity girls Defeated Rains 35 to .4. Margaret Hamilton was High scorer for the Johnsonville girls with 25 Points while Lillie Zanders led the Rains team with six Points. The Johnsonville girls team von 15 straight games last year year honors. Mcgee to coach at Duke Durham . A Youthful Mike Mcgee head football coach at East Carolina University was named thurs Day As head coach at Duke University where he starred As a lineman a decade ago. Mcgee 32, succeeds Tom Harp who was fired wednes Day by the Duke athletic coun cil. Harp had a 6-5 record this year winding up with a 59-34 loss to rival North Carolina. Mcgee told a news Confer ence he set a goal and formed the desire several years ago to return to Duke As head coach. Mcgee a guard captained he 1959 Duke team and won he outland trophy As the out standing lineman in the nation. He was appointed a year ago As coach at East Carolina in Greenville 120 Miles East of Durham. In his first season he lad a 3-8 record. His freshman Eam which he and his staff recruited had a 0-5 record. Duke athletic director Iddie Cameron said Duke resident Terry Sanford s words to Mcgee were Wel come Mcgee was offensive Captain if the College All stars in 1960. He played two years with the it. Louis cardinals of the a ional football league before a Erious neck injury in 1962 ended his pro career. He was voted the outstanding first year Man on the St. Louis Quad and was third in the voting for Rookie of the hundres have sold 69.95. Save j20 Eureka authorize Sale 10 pc. Set of cleaning attach menu vibe beat nozzle vibrates times per minute with floating brushes that whisks up lint dust and surface litter. All Metal cleaner with Vibra beat nozzle and automatic Cord reel hew Low Price How 49 the South s largest Quality Home furnishes 142 n. Dargan St. Phone 662-1506 open 7il 8 p. M. Friday

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