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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPages the Florente. Morning news. Florence. S. C wednesday morning december yellow jackets Edge past gators breakthrough Archie Carrol 55 of the Texas aggie Breaks through a press of to free Temple players before sinking a Field Goa i in Hie second half of last night s game at Philadelphia. High scoring Guy Rogers who a d 22 Points is at left. Temple won 60-44. A photo fax give it Here Duke s Jim Newcome a attempts to pass the Ball off As Dick Prater 33 and Fred Lentz 44 of Carolina do their Best to Stop him. Other Carolina players visible Are Mike Callahan 34 and Ray Pericola Carolina won the acc game at Columbia last night 62-51. W photo lax Marion Myrtle Beach take two Rains dec. 17 the Marion boys got their 11th straight win by defeating lower Marion 58-44, Here tonight after the Marion girls had won. 57-35, for their 25th consecutive win. Both win streaks extend Inlo last season. Joe Bethea had 16 Points and Norman Fox Orui had 14 As they led the Marion boys to Victory Carlisle Altman had 14 and Jimmy Shelly 12 for lower Marion. Nancy Norton Lead 23 Points for Marion s girls and Branda Lane had 21. Mary Beth Turner led the lower Marion girls Wilh 29. Marion 58 l. Marion 44 rowell.4 Edwards Hoger Foxworth Sherry Belthea Baxley Masonn Marion 8 Shelly 14 Altman 5 Snipes 16 Perritt 2 0 21 8 18 19 lower Marion 4 10 girls 57 l. Marlon 21 Turner Marion Lane Bogers Norton Shelley c egg Marion 35 29 1 Wilson 2 23sarvis 4 2 10 13 16 in lower Marion 6 11 7 Marion guards Leitner Dickson tax. Cantey and Sanders. Lower Marion guards Casque crore Turner. Myrtle Beach dec. 17 the Myrtle Beach teams won two games from Here tonight. Ben Wyndham had 20 Points to Lead the Myrtle Beach boy to 45-19 win. And Bertha Chestnut had Ulve k Points in leading the girls to Latta Indiantown 11 15 14 b. Hardy 7branson j. Barrineau 6 f. Morris 2 e. Clarendon 6 19 13 May Wood 8 13 7 girls i e. C. Gibbons b. Green n. Green Copeland k. Clarendon May Wood 341 May Wood 18 Turner 2 Stokes 13 a. Greene 1 836 9 13 9 night with is for the Conway boys. Boys Conway Mcnair Soloman Daniels Bass Smith Godwin Conway Aynor Conway Terrell Bourne 63 47 Aynor is Walson 8 James 2 k. Allen 14 c. Allen .4 Baker 1 tarte Spivey 10 Page 6 10 17 10 16 19 13 15-63 girls 10 Aynor 6 Cooper 2 m. Lundy Aynor. Wins twice from Conway teams Aynor dec. 17 the Aynor High school girls and boys Defeated Conway tonight. The girls won Over Conway 40-10, and the boys Defeated Conway 63-47. Linda Cooper had 13 Points to Lead the girls and Johnny Watson had 16 to Load the Aynor boys. Bobby j Mcnair was High scorer for East Clarendon guards Sharp Byerson Millsap and Mathews. Luay Wood guards James player minims and Wysong. Bishopville wins two from Hartsville Bishopville. Dec. 17 the Bishopville High school teams Defeated Hartsville twice in Basket Ball games played Here tonight. The Bishopville boys paced by Bob Timmings 12 Points won 36 17. The girls got a 50-46 win. With Marie Clyburn Gulting 24 and Gail Kennedy getting 22. Zeta Ingram had 26 for the Hartsville girls. Boys 17 b Ville 36 2 Quattlebaum 9 Ilac Osle 0 Cummings 12 Volley 9 0 3 Chesterfield hands Cheraw two losses ii raw. Dec. 17 Chester Field High teams handed both girls and boys defeats Here tonight. Both Cheraw teams have lost four gamecocks rally dump in Duke by 62-5? florentine cop third win 61-57 special to the news Georgetown dec. 17 the Mcclen afghan fifth yellow jackets of Florence avenged a late season Licking by the Georgetown gators Here tonight by edging the vocals 61-57. Florence held a Lead All the Way hut was forced to go into a freeze in the last minutes to preserve shaky two Point Lead. In two earlier games the local Ivi Ake f girls walloped Florence 55-36 while Glove Lorence s Junior varsity look a on sided 42-30 Victory. 1 c s Sawyer a. 6 Freeman g 1 Oliver g 3 totals 1-2 1-5 0-0 0-ft 2-5 11-21 17 57 15 17 10 19-61 5 18 14 Kingstree divides the Victory brought the Floren Ines record up to a 3-1 Mark. Georgetown had blasted the Visi Florence tors Here in a lopsided defeat at Georgetown he close of this past season. For the Florence team Forward Wesley Mcelveen led the scoring panicle Wilh 21 Points. George Macedonia own s Harold Morris equalled him 21. Goth Elk dec. 17 Mace Dania and Kingstree basketball with two minutes left to spit a twin Bill Here tonight n the varsity game. Flounce had the visit b were beaten n two Point Lead. At this Pool j g game 32.29. While coach Cilly Simmons colled the preliminaries the Macedonia his charges to freeze the Ball. Girls a big second and 34 12 the boy eagers won by a 48-28 while the sextet tally was Atlantic coast conference basketball Victory of the season 46-35, favouring the visitors. Pete i a 62-51 decision Over Duke columbian dec. 17 Iff _ the University of South Carolina rallied in the second half tonight for its first 40 Price 2rabon James Conway Aynor t. Lund Watson Johnson 234 12 8 10 10 1 Conway guards Moore Paul and Laugley. Aynor guards Brown Brooks and Peavy. Lotto Lamar teams hurts vile Caddell o Neill a Riggs Privette Zeigler Higgs Holley Griffin Hartsville Bishopville 053 9-17 789 a 43-15 win Over Lampee s girls. Gwen Suggs had 18 to Lead the Dee. 17 the Latta Lampee girls. Boys Wain pet 19 m. Beach powell.7 Wyndham Vereen 4 Benton Campbell 4 trogers food 2allen Williford Stalvey i Ewis i Lamar Lampee 674 Copeland Myrtle Beach 5 11 1r Stevens Gas i Wallace Lampee 15 to. Beach 43 i snags 3flb. Chestnut 26 Gardner Duffy 4 Richardson 8 i Thomas 1 m. Chestnut 8j Floyd Mol comp 4 Lamar Vamp of 228 Myrtle Beach 12 10 Wimpee Inman. Sort pm. Watford Myrtle Pejich git Ards Lee. Smith und Denom. Indiantown boys win Over Bonaire Quint Indiantown dec. 17 led by Pimp Una scoring Mauley tur nor. Indiantown s Quint in lord All Over Bonaire boys Here tonight. Tumor hooped 24 of the sol Points boys Defeated Lamar 63-34. Here tonight after the Lamar girls had Hartsville z. Ingram d. Ingram Johnson won Over Latta. 34-26 Johnny Allen led the Latta boys with 21 Points and b. Cope land had is for the Lamar boys. I in the girls game. Pat Watford 71 had 15 for the winners and Jane 6 Gaddy got 12 for Latta. Boys 34 Latta j5 Allen 3 Davis 5 George 3 Hatchell 4 usher 3 Morrison 1 8 s 10 it 17 15 inn is Gaddy 13 Mcmillan 6 Dow 7 11 2 10 63 21 11 10 3 girls 46 b Ville 26clyburn 13boattie 7 Kennedy Galloway 14 9 17 6 50 .24 9 15 12 i had 17 for he hns. 7 9 5-2fil Cox Dudley 1.lunar Latta Lamar guards Jordan. K. Wai Ford and Blackwell. I Tabbot Latta Moriero Flowers St tip and Coleman. Johnson Brown East Clarendon boys Bishopville Hartsville guards Eddins Mcclain and Mccaw. Bishopville guards Beattie be Gars and Cumalander. Coward boys gain 7th consecutive Victory Coward dec.l7-the Coward 2 Joys got their seventh win of the season Here tonight by defeating Johnsonville. 62-48, hut the John Sonville girls won Over Coward s girls. 38-21. Robert Lynch had 22 Points for Coward s boys and june cause had 19 in the girls losing Effort. Alcyne Cook had 13 to Pace the Johnsonville girls and Edgar Cox girls have tie garnered by the winners in Bent win ing Bonaire. 58-26. N _ a in midget game who Nonam Indiantown was on the upper Sidn t the of a 41-18 so orc. Billy bar Lull Hil for 16 Point Bonaire Lee trn Lynn 58 31-34 unbroken tic. The Wolverine court str is Iii Inrod the Home five. Here 28 Bartell 0 Nesmith Burner 2 Thompson Owens m. Turner i s 6 j. Kloyd 13 Myers tonight Jim Floyd s 13 was All hut unlucky in leading the winning lad lion k. C. M Miry Rowl 36 b. Flood 11 minims 7 c. Sir Lowland 9 Kcal 4 m. Floyd 10 Bravn 14 Bivs 48 Coward 17 Lynch 13 b. Of Ilyaev 8 c. Filyaw 6 Coward 3 Benton Lent 1 in r 1 toward it 17 11 girls i Villa 38 Coward in nor 13 Gairc a Lynn 12 f. Smith Edwards Mathews Powell s Chapman 2 it 6 Coward s is s Johnsonville guards Davis parser. Slone and Marlowe. Coward Grimls Henlon. Mcalis ice Collins and p. Smith. 20-62 14-38 11-31 Hinson paced the winning Vith his 14 Points. Boys c i Cluj 48 Cheraw 14 Hurt 4 Walts 9 Strickland Hinson divers. Smith Lisenby Mclaurin Rickenbacker Ellis lads two three Point plays by soph convard Mike Callahan keyed the gamecocks second half surge. 28 the 6-6 husky driving in for Luy 6 ups was fouled on three occasions Oland made the resulting free throw so twice for a total of eight Points oburr.81 that gave the Birds the lift they 11 Tom Hendley 3 needed. Stead Hendley 2 in the last five minutes Junior 5 Smith 5 guard and floor Captain cookie Jewsome 21 Pericola was repeatedly fouled As Chesterfield Cheraw c Field p. Hurst Gardner m. Hurst Shaw Hodeson Chesler Field Cheraw Chesterfield 10 17 12 2 5 girls 46 Cheraw 19 Murray so Huggins 2 Hawkins 0 Thomas 20 10 11 12 7 11 10 he controlled the Ball with fancy 35 j 181 7 10 0 guards Russell b. Iwhite and e. White. Cheraw guards Creech. Weede flyover. Throwe and go licks deacons Washington. Dec. 17 w George Washington finally got out of the rut tonight and with Bill Telasky leading tie Way bumped off Wake Forest 67-45. For its first Victory in ii games. Telasky poured in seven goals and five free throws for 19 Points As the colonials handed Wake for est its third straight defeat. Grid banquet slated tonight the Mcclenaghan High school football team will be honoured at the Moose club at 8 tonight when the Beacon drive in holds its annual football banquet. Highlight of the event will be the awarding of he most Valu Able player trophy to the Flor knee player voted the most Valu Able by his Hamm acts. The banquet is one of the larg. Is of its kind in this area and this season More than 100 guests i or expected including players their dates and coaches Jim Wall and Boh Bell. Last year s map Winner was guard Nathan Rod Lolley. Jolley was also Florence s representative in the shrine bowl game where he starred. Dribbling in a Gamecock freeze. His accuracy from the free throw line also was a telling Factor in the Victory. Duke s defense was excellent in no role. T with about 10 seconds remaining in the game Florence s Jimmy gee was fouled and he Sank both Charity tosses to Cement the game with a four Point margin. The Florence learn won the game at the free throw line. Georgetown Hod 23 Field goals while Florence could Muster but 21. But Florence got 19 of 26 free throws while the gators were Able to hit on Only 11 of 21. Mcelveen hit seven of seven for Florence. He has missed Only two fret throws in four games. Coach Simmons commended Mcelveen and guard Larry Hatchell. Hatchell had gained a slanting berth tonight for the first time and he was hot All the Way contributing 16 markers to the win Ning cause. Simmons also commended Cen Ter Jimmy Davis who had nine Points and came in to relieve starter George Corbin who and four fouls on him. Florence had a substantial Lead until Morris Ami Tommy Sawyer began to hit Well in the last period. The Lead faded to the two Points when the freeze come. According to Simmons. F1 o r ence played its Best first period of the year tonight. Fourth periods to beat the Home Pussies 38-28. Boys Macedonia 291 Kingstree 32 Haseldon 2 Horton 7 Brunson. 8 Pridgen 13 Branton 5 Cooper 3 Litchfield 5 Ward 4 Mixen 2 Jarrett 5 Dupre. G Brown 1 Macedonia s g 10 5-29 Kingstree 12 7 7 girls Macedonia 381 Kings life 2si Thornley 22 Allen 9 Barwick 12 King 20 Finklea 2 Horton 0 Sullivan 2 Macedonia 7 12 8 Kii Stree 9 6 5 9-29 for More headroom Florence the first half and the Blue devils pulled to a 26 22 Lead at intermission. But the gamecocks grabbed the Lead soon after the second half started and led by five Points Wilh five minutes to go. Guard Bob Vernon of Riverside. . Center Hayes Clements of new Bern. . And convard Don Miller of Miami Beach. Fla. Popped in some Long shots in the second half tha almost got Duke Back in the game. Inability to hit on their free throw opportunities Cost the Blue devils heavily. The Dukes made Only 21 of 34 tosses from the foul line. A like Newcome Schmidt Alemao Harris Allen Miller Robertson Clemens Lakila Royd Vernon. Sorry Carolina w. Hudson Callahan Lentz Pericula Godfrey Frantz Hoffman Prater totals Duke South Carolina Mcelveen f Corbin c Davis c Harris g gee. G Avent g Hatchell g totals georgetown1 Morris f f 2-5 7-7 0-0 3-4 0-0 3-5 0-0 4-5 19-26 15 f p 7-9 4 26 25-5 40-62 Stdot the next time you look at your electric service Bill think for a minute about How Many Many jobs Reddy did for you. Sure Docen t much per Job does it Carolina Power Light company new flight Stream roof styling in 58 Sui Debakery. Testone today. A oath want to own it tonight Studebaker Packard see your local Grover c. Mcqueen v. S. Ivy. Soi v. Flor fact s. 0, Woodmen Are Santa s helpers in hundreds of Coiann Pirics. Ca tfx bring cheer to children the disabled and cps fortunate. In North Carolina for example Woodmen Carona have raised thousands of Hollars for their annual Christmas parties at More than 20 orphanages. Some Hoys and will receive clothing a Jimmy and fruits. Other Camps participate in life society s varied program of helpful Yulo title Artivis Virji including in . Tkoii., when hundreds of pairs of shoes Are give needy youngsters. Fellow Woodmen everywhere Recti Viii Hospital and outpatient care provided free the society for victim of pulmonary and others disabled or unfortunate Are Alpo Lemom Herd with a nuclide girls. This if part of the society s year round program of civic Ami humanitarian att excl live plus of the life insurance it at Cam. Local representatives w. C. Poston Secretary county Couri House Florence s. C. tar pro Toory Woodmen world life insurance society 0 Homo Litkei 7m fix Khz on Tia 2, Nebraska Wor w i f Inonu ii

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