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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 29, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning december 29, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence p. T. Pack South wins de Cassidy 65, third from Lef Jujj Gray guard from leu wins the Blue Gray game Tor the South As he blocks this Point after touchdown try by Blue Bock Richard Larson 4 of Minnesota in the first Quarter of the All Star game played yesterday at Montgomery Ala. The Ball is a lower right the South won the game 21-20. A photo lax Grays nip blues 21-20 Ford s throwing wins for South by Rex Thomas Montgomery Ala., dec. Nation s leading collegiate passer. Ken Ford of Hardin Sim Mons put on a spectacular exhibit old. Point margin. The Yankees scored the first Lime they got the Ball and again before the game was five minutes Tion today in leading the Southern All stars to a 21-20 Victory in the Blue Gray game. Finding first one receiver and Cox of Minnesota plunged Over from the 2 after picking up 41 Yards on two consecutive passes to Kansas stale halfback Ralph then another in the Clear. Ford j the rebels could t move completed 12 passes out of 23 for the. Ban and punted to 135 Yards and one touchdown. Barry Maroney of Cincinnati who Gray guarded Cassidy of leu. Ran the kick Back h cards for who charged through to Block the 5ccond Dick Lar in Nice s second Point after touch Json of Minnesota Cove red after Down attempt gave the rebels the scorch but missed on he one Point Lead which eventually j inc second. Von the game. J the South want 59 Yards for a the flashy 185-Pound Quarter 1 before the first period Back who gained 1.5-m Yards ended Ford tossed a scor Thrush the in regular season j eng pass to Don Maynard of Texas Competition Unis year had Edge today Over the North s pass i ing Star. Bobby Cox of Minnesota. Vanderbilt s Phil King scored Cox connected with his receivers a Wick for the in the second 8 times out of 14 for 143 Yards. J going Over from the 2 and the i from the 3. Maynard added extra Tor the the crowd of 16 000 saw game in cramp on bowl on a warm afternoon under threatening i South. Skies rain which fell last a fourth Down Gamble set up the and again this morning stopped i reals threw before the Kickoff however and p 5 Ards to Georgia halfback Jim fave the rebels a Chance to use he passing game on which they i Bike grrr Roo Ibisi time swaps Kluszewski to Pittsburgh Tor Fondy Cincinnati dec. 28 we the Cincinnati Redlegs today traded off their famed but ailing slugger Ted Kluszewski to the Pittsburg pirates for Dee Kondy. Ii was an even Deal said Gabe i Paul general manager of the reds and he added that the pirates were taking the Chance on Klus Zewski s condition. In 1956. Kluszewski came up with an ailing Back. That was after he had hit 49 Home runs in in 1955 and 35 in 195c. His ailment has been called a slipped disc but there have been off and on statements As w whether he Wohld have an operation Lor the last season he saw Only limited action with George Crowe filling in most of the Lime at first base. In 1957 Kluszewski was paid an estimated Kluszewski and Fondy Are each 33. Kluszewski1 hit .268 in 69 games. He had 6 Home runs and 21 runs batted in. Fondy hit .313 for the pirates in 113 games. He hit 2 Home runs and drove in 37 runs. Kluszewski expressed Complete Surprise with the Trade and said assn., gave Mayer the . Open j he did nol know of in until he Wai and world Winner a Lead by John Murdough the Mayer leads pro winners Dunedin. Kla., dec. 28 i Dick Mayer this Blond. 33-year old la Jolla calif., pro. Led All Golf Money winners this year with a grand total of in official earnings. The final tabulation released today by the professional golfers re leg travelling Secretary at about the same time it was being announced by Paul. Today first Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage dip Cdcil heavily. The Victory was the 13th for the Smith in 19 Blue Gray games Here. The. Yankees won last year 14-0. J neither team scored in the final Taie Crepin period bul both came close. Lost the southerners drove to the Ltd _ Yankee one but lost the Ball on j Downs Early in the Quarter. Acc ones remaining Cox began j clicking Wilh his passes and threatened to put the North ahead before Molly Halbert of Mississipp blur i state intercepted one on the Gray five. The rebels ran out the clock and preserved their one a Costa 2. 64, punt i Intel Maroney the Len. My Gray 12-23 i 13 0 7 7 h 0 is Fox. Min Ohio conversions Minnesota. 2. Gray Maynard. Texas Xiv Stern r26, pass run from Ford of . King 2. Vander tilt Plainse 3, conversions May More than Over his closest competitor Doug Ford of Maho Pac . Ford earned third with was Dow finst Envald the u in. Lean Ohio University graduate who j Mozle named dust turned pro Only six years ago. Ron Kip i ill to i i Xoumy in fourth place with was Sulphur Sam Snead of White Springs . The top Money Winner of All time. Significantly the is year old Snead was the Only member of golfs old guard to finish among the first ten. Faster Wald captured the pea Virdon trophy with an average of 70.30 strokes a round. Ford was second in this Competition with an average of 70.45 and Art Wall .ir., of Pocono Manor ., was third Wilh 7c.93. First place in the pea top ten tournament Point standings went to Ford. He accumulated Points compared with 1. 187.50 for Finsterwald who was second. Milwaukee. Dec. 28 Fri Bob Ila la whose burning Bat helped Power the Milwaukee braves to the National league Pennant in the is retch drive today was named braves Rookie of the year by the Milwaukee chapter of the baseball writers of America. Hazle will receive the award Al the writers annual Diamond Din Ner Jan. 30. He was a unanimous Choice for the Honor. The 26-year-Olri outfielder from Gordon leads yes Over aggie 3-0 by Mercer Bailey Jacksonville fa., ded. 28 iffy Bobby Gordon ran and passed Tennessee into scoring Range and Sammy Burklow kicked a Field goal to rive the vols a Over in t be Gator bowl football game today. Just when the fans had decided on the next thrown he bruising defensive Battle would end in a scoreless tie the Brilliant Tennessee tailback took the vols on a personally concluded March to the one. On fourth Down Burklow trolled in anal arched his kick Between we uprights with 5 .4 minutes left. The Ball was. Booted from the seven and had to travel 17 since the goal posts Are 10 Yards behind the goal line. The Tennessee drive started Al the 50 and cordon ran or passed on every play unlit he got to the nne. Doc. Statistics of the Gator Bevl first Downs Rushing yardage parsing yardage by punt Fum Herfi lost Yards penalized or a Short loss by Charley Krues or. A4-m s second learn All Amer Ica tackle. After a four Yard Hurst Gordon powered up the Middle to the seven where he and Crow slammed together like two freight trains. Crow was a Little slow getting up and Gordon staggered and col gasped before he could get Back to the huddle. A shot of oxygen twice previously the vols a slight underdog at Kickoff had powered deep into Texas aggie territory Only to have their drives slopped at the 14 and the 27 by fumbles. I for three quarters the big line and the Light fast Tennessee i for Wall kept the powerful backs of the two defensive specialists pretty Well corralled except Tor a Long dazzling punt return by Gor Don. Early in the opening period. Gordon took a kick on. His 18 and f and a breath of smelling sails put the vol Star Back in working or Der. With a first Down at the seven. I Gordon could get Only six Yards in three plays against the stubborn a Titran. I texans and Burklow came in for i ithe Field goal n is this was the final game for coach Paul Bear Bryant who goes to Alabama next year. The Victory was Tennessee s fourth in a Bow in 11 appear ances. O 836 2 traded first baseman Ted Kluszewski right was traded by the Cincinnati Redlegs to the Pittsburgh pirates for Dee Fondy left also a first baseman. The Trade took place yesterday. Red log general manager Gobe Paul said it was an even up Trade with no Money involved. A photo lax boxing tourney set to begin on Jan. 8 raced 82 Yards into the end zone b a the apparent touchdown was wiped out by a clipping Penally at the aggie 35 which set the vols Back to Midfield. All America halfback John Crow a plunging fighting runner was aggie bread and butter Man just As he was All season. But he Roddy Osborne and Loyd Taylor simply could t crash the vol line consistently. The deepest aggie penetrations came in the second Quarter when twice at a reached the Tennessee 35. Of the first drive. Crow was stopped about two inches Short of a first Down. The next time the 215-Pound aggie Star was tackled the youth activities committee the Florence Lions club announced last night that they will again sponsor the pee Dee area boxing tournament. The event will be held Jan. 8-10 at the Flor ence armory. The Lions club which has been Active in boxing circles for a Long time will be sponsoring he tournament for the fourth consecutive year. The club eels that boxing is a worthwhile sport that should not be overlooked in this area and that a Busy boy is a Good the club sponsors boxing in the Winter and baseball in the s u m Mer to give the boys something worthwhile to do with their time. Teams that have pledges to Date to enter the tournament Are Kings Iree Sumter Darlington Myrlle Tennessee. Once Lions team. The Florence team has won the Pec dec area tournament three years in s Row he n Vicc team trophy in Charleston in 1956 and 1957, and he Novice team trophy at of hard the Ball squirted Loose and Beach and the South Carolina in fullback Carl Smith recovered for dust Al school along with the Flor ence Lions hoping Gordon who gained 60 Yards in 32 carries and Crow who picked up 46 in 14 runs were voted their teams most valuable players in a press Box poll. The All important Field goal Burklow booted was the first one Tennessee had attempted All sea son but Burklow kicked 13 of 17 conversions during the regular Campaign. The game winning drive started at Midfield where the 189-Pound Gordon called for a fair catch on a 35-Yard Osborne punt. Gordon got the drive rolling with a 20-Yard Charlotte in 1956. The team has had some top notch coaching from coach w. Ii. Bill Courtney Marion Galloway and Gene sports. Jimmy Calculi and Solomon Eaddy have helped from time to time. Most of Florence s last year s Leam will be Back for the tournament this year. An unusual thing about the Florence Leam is that in has a four brother act. They Are the Moore Brothers 70-Pound Bill 80-Pound Donnie Larry at 110 and Guy a 126-Poundcr. Jimonie Mccall will be fighting As an open class middleweight for the Flor ence team this year along with other returnees and several new Comers. The Kingstree team which was Winner of a three Way match with Florence and Winnsboro two weeks ago will be a Strong entry although hey lost one of their Best boys when m. C. Co scr last year s Novice Cham Pion in he Charlotte Golden gloves tourney joined the Navy. Johnny Coker a three time win Ner in he pee Dee and Charles. Pass to Wingback Bill Anderson. Woodruff. . Was brought up from Wichita late in july when the braves desperately needed left Henriod baiting strength and hit .403 for 41 games. Capacity crowd is assured for Duke sooner encounter by Plowden Miami. Fla. Dec. 2s of scramble for scattered tickets to the Orange Bevl football game was on in Earnest today and a capacity crowd of was assured when Oklahoma meets Duke Here wednesday afternoon. No scalping was reported but Miami ans who needed extra tick ets for relatives or friends were finding them hard to come by. The Orange bowl committee an earlier that if All tickets were not sold a 150 mile area would be blacked out from the television audience. Laler the committee said the ticket Supply was exhausted and those who could t get into the stadium Plum watch the telecast in Miami and its environs. It la be the 24th or Ange howl game. Arrival of the learns thursday boosted interest and while okla homa was favored by 11 to 13 practice Field at 9 . Today and Points Odds May change with de-1 again in the afternoon. A Light . J i scrimmage was on Tho program Oklahoma suffered a blow yes i and considerable time was Devot Ter Day when Carl Dodd first de to pass of fuse and de Fujise. String quarterback twisted an an a Duke is aware of Oklahoma s Klc in practice and had to leave passing ability. Coach Rill Murray the Field. If Dodd is out Complex-1 said too Many opponents Over looked the sooner passing and added that while Oklahoma has Kin of the game May change. Trainer Ken Rawlings said it would not be known until later if Dodd will be Able to play. Dodd a senior never has missed a game because of injuries and the moot 187 Pounder is the Only squad member from Norman where the University of Oklahoma is located. Coach Bud Wilkinson said on arrival thursday he would hold two workouts yesterday but would go on a Day to Day basis thereafter. He changed thai and called for to More practice sessions today Anil a Light workout to Morrow. The to Norrs went Back in the see us for Chrome Auto accessories for polishing your Chrome removing stains and rust. Foft polishing and cleaning Irons toasters Etc. And All types of metals use non poisonous rust off the Best cleaner yet save up to 80% on moves local or okie Way go Nalion Lda pee Dee trailer rentals 506 s. In by phone 7-3435 been a real running team Thier passing also worries Murray said his Blue Joe vils Are working on a few new wrinkles we be dreamed up in both running and Doug Padgett 6-foot-4 end. Is a doubtful Duke starter. Padgett suffered a Bruise a week ago and Al though he showed up at practice sweat clothes he still limps badly. It will be Oklahoma s third appearance in the Orange bowl and the sooner will be out to Wop their record clean. They whipped favored Maryland 7-0 in 1954 and trounced the Maryland cars two years later by a 20-6 score. Duke played Nebraska in the 1955 Orange bowl game Wal hip ing the Cor huskers in that one .14-7. Duke had a rough Lime gelling into the Orange bowl this year winding up Wilh a g-2-2 record and winning Only one of ils last five genes hat one a 7-6 Squeaker Over Clemson. Oklahoma finished the season with a b i record losing Only to Noire Dame Ouamma. Vic Tims Indus cd i a Ujj Birgh Iowa Sale Tinas Kansas Colorado Kansas Salt Missouri and Oklahoma Stilt. The game will he carried to a Nallen Widi Siml incr by radio and in Rhion Over the chs . Klc Kolf time is-2 . Cuppers Salvage wins Over aussies Melbourne sunday. Dec. 29 Australia still has the Davis cup. But the most exciting personality in Innis today is nol an australian but a big lumbering youth from Dayton Ohio who is a member of the american which barely missed. He is Barry Mackay 22, without 3 major International record and without notice who was thrown nto action As a late substitute and became the hero of the Challenge round. Today australians and Ameri cans alike were hailing the six foot four Inch College Champion from the University of Michigan As the new Hope of american ten Nis and the Man with the equip ment and temperament to take the big trophy Back to the United states and in the very near future. With Little More experience should be the said Pancho go males the pro Champion after watching Mackay wast Australia s Ashley Cooper into submission in the Una singles of Hie Davis cup Challenge round yesterday. I think he is Heller than both Mai Anderson and Coop said Gonzales of los Angeles. With the Davis cup already clinched by Australia on the basis of two opening Day singles Vic tories and Friday s doubles Triumph Veteran Vic Seixas and the inexperienced Mackay Silva cd some of Uncle Sam s Tennis Honor by winning dramatic live set duels on the final Day sat Nadav the triumphs made final score 3-2. Australia and viewed in the Light of the two five set matches thursday emphasized just How close the Challenge round it was the first time in us tory four singles matches Hac been carried to Trio five so t limit. Kirsly. Pc iras. 31, Pla Yip in what he said probably was his last Davis cup match after nearly a decade of campaigning outlasted 22-Ycar-Nld Anderson Holder if the . Championship and two australian state titles c-3. 4-6, 6-3, 0-6, 13-11. Then Mackay thrilling a sellout gallery Wilh his Cracklin services downed Cooper the Wimbledon and Forest Hills runner up 6-4, 6-3. It was a typical come from be Hind Victory for Seixas. Yet you would t have Given a plugged shilling for his Chance in the press ure packed final set when rider son serving had him 6-5 and 40 love. Ton tournaments will be Back along with Billy pc Pergis a smooth lightweight. Others Back from last year will be Charles Lathrop and Donny Jones and there will be several newcomers. The Kingstree Leam is coached by Frank Mcgill who received. The oils Landing coach award at fast year s Pec Dee tournament. The Sumter Optimist club will sponsor a Cam which is expected to be a real threat to take the team championship. It be coached by Burke Watson and Tom self. They Are expected to have an almost full open class team along Wilh about 20 Novice and sub Novice fighters. The Sumter team will be led by j. C. Scott one of their Best performers from last year and Charles Austin a 152-Pounricr who fought o a draw with Flor ence s Jimmy Mccall earlier. Others from Sumter will be de Julius thames and Leo Nard Weaver. A of the last there have looked impressive in inne up bouts. In the Novice and sub Novice classes the team to watch will be the a null Carolina Industrial school which is coached by Grady Decell. The Scis coach had 75 boys answer the Call when boxing workouts started. With this abundance of Materi Al from which to select and the returnees from last year the Scis Leam will be the one to keen your eyes said Marion Galloway. The Myrlle Beach Jay cacs have taken the Lead with the boxing team Down there. With their leadership and the interest reported by the Shore it is expected that the Myrtle Beach Leam will be Strong. The Darlington team has been working out but has had trouble reportedly getting sponsorship for their team. The Darlington teams have done Quila Well in recent years and have produced some Fine boxers. It is hoped that they will he Able to line things up and be a Strong entry again in the tourney. Bills got Down a consolidation loan May be the Happy solution. Well be glad to explain How our plan works repayment terms to suit you Loans to . Finance corporation 116 n. Dargan Street s. C. 2-248? Loose rebound Ronald Seton Hall guard and Jack sauce Duquesne Forward go or a Loose rebound in Dixie classic action at Raleigh yesterday. Duquesne guard Crnic Matthews 33 Falls in line. won 68-65. Al photo lax for lease Sale Best restaurant location in Florence Baroody s Steak House phone 2-3516

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