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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 8 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Wednesday morning february 10, 1954 yellow jackets trounce Marion quintet 64 to 47 Olanta teams win District openers City 5 s top Florence of Sumter y Lake City feb. 9 Lake i a teams won both ends on a basketball doubleheader Here to night whipping the Florence Jayves 41-35 and Sumter Myca j l 10 38. The opener saw the Panther airily cume roaring from behind in them could Quarter after they to the Short end of a 12-7 score in the first period. By however the panthers and a 21-14 Lead As the visitors Cou i manage but two Points in the second period. The locals added 13 More Points and 20 in the final Frame to gradually increase their Lead. David Jordan and j. W. Wise paced the Lake City Victory with 19 and 18 Points respectively while Radford Jed Sumter with eight. The bees had it easier in the Early stages but had to rally in the final Quarter to whip the Flor ence quintet. The locals led 10-7 at the Quarter and 22-16 at the half. However Florence tied it up by the third Quarter at 26-26 be fore the panthers came to life again. J. W. Campbell hit with 12 Points for Lake City to tie Florence s Touchberry for scoring honors. Fox ettes Wallop Florence lassies by 56-24 margin Fleet tops Wofford due West feb. 9 a _ Center pick Whaley scored 47 Points to Lead Erskine to a 98-81 Victory Over Wofford Here tonight. It was the 15th Victory in 16 games for the flying Fleet. Black bears Are increasing in numbers in the United states. By John Lewis staff correspondent Marion feb. Once again proved too much for mar on s swamp foxes Here tonight As a Mcclenaghan High school s Elon gated yellow jackets administered a 64 to 47 whipping but the ocal lassies returned the favor by whipping the wingless Jacque Les 56 to 24 in a basketball doubleheader. The defeat was the third of the season for the foxes and the Ond suffered at the hands of the Florence team. The yellow jackets grabbed an Early Lead and continued to set the Pace the rest of the Way. At the end of the first Quarter the Flor ence Quint was out Iron by 19 to 13 and at half time it was 35 to the foxes made a slight comeback in the third period by outscoring the visitors 18 to 11 and trim the advantage to 46-40, bul the Florence lads hit for 18 count ers in the final Frame while the locals could get but seven. All state Forward Billy Altman paced the jacket scoring with Points while enter Harvey Senseney who did most of the Mhz re bounding accounted for 15 More Van Wood and Carlton Shelly get 12 each to Lead the foxes. The Fox ettes. Playing without starting forwards Jackie Ray Anc Janet Joyner and starting guard Julia Rogers were never pressed in the opener and used their entire ranks in the route. Margaret Gregg hit with 18 Points to Pace the scoring and Betty Allison came through with 14 and Rose Wood got 10. For Flor ence it was Ann Altman and bar Bara Smith with six Pico while Loretta Taj Lor and Rebecca Price added five apiece. Ace camera shop now located at 462 w. Evans St. Plenty of free parking photo finishing 7 hour service films left by 10 am can be picked up 5 pm same Day everything photographic phone 8432 girls Florence 24 Marion 56 Weston .2 Gregg .18 Altman .6 Foxworth Price .5 Alison .14 Taylor .5 a. Casque 7 Smith .6 Wood .10 Whittington 2 s. Gastle 4 guards Florence Black Roy All Bridges Finklea Drose t. Rogers Powers Martin Lane Jenkins. Florence Altman Smith Senseney Jordan Young Haselden Turner totals Marion Shelly Holliday Wall Sawyer Guy Bithea Wood Hughes totals Florence Marion boys g kit ____11 3 3 25 324 5511 __404 0353 2024 0111 ___25 14 20 64 g f p t 4 4 1 12 0000 0101 2347 1 1 5 .4 4 2 12 403 .16 15 20 47 19 16 11 13 9 18 e. Clarendon Lamar Battle for District Turbeville feb. 9-the East Clarendon wolverines will play la mar in a basketball doubleheader Friday night at Sherwood. The girl s game will get under Way at o clock. The Lamar sextet won the first game of the two out of three series on the la mar court by a Small margin. A Victory for Lamar would make them the champions of the class b District s. Probable starters for e. C. Will be Janice Morris Betty Lou Coker and Ethyl Gibbons at the forwards and Jane Coker mar Garet Baker and Joan Bagnal at guard. East Clarendon s boys will be out for their second win Over la mar and the championship of the boy s division. E. C. Is the favorite on the basis of their nine Point Victory on the Lamar court earlier in the season. Probable starters for e. C. Will be Hagood and Wesley Mckenzie Leo Barrineau Billy Hardy and Butch Coker. Duke Over state Raleigh feb. 9 free throws by Forward Rudy Lacy and a goal j guard Don Tobin in the closing seconds enabled Duke to come from behind and defeat North Carolina state 90-89, tonight before a crowd of in Reynolds col Seum. A 3-3 conference Mark. Buffet lunch daily and sunday 87c children 50c Baroody s Steak House year to be a s old sunny Brook offers Yon top Kentucky Quality and cheerful Good it youll like it 1 sunny Brook Brand cheer Fol at itt name Ini i funny Hook company. Louis vice. Kentucky top Bonaire twice in go at Hebron Hebron feb. 9 Olanta s boys and girls opened the upper District 7 class c Cage tourney Here tonight with twin wins Over Bonaire As the girls battled in a thriller. The Olanta lassies won by 36-35 wih a Field goal with eight seconds left by Mary Thomas. She was High scorer for the winners with 24 Points. Olanta s boys had an easier time As they won by 65 to 36 paced by Haygood Green s 21 Points. In the opener the two teams battled to a 1.1-13 deadlock after one Quarter. Olanta was out in front 23-21, at the half. Paced by j. A. Anderson who scored 18 Points. Bonaire took a 28-27 Leld entering the final period with the Lead changing hands Sev eral times in the final minutes. A lopsided first Quarter in the boys game had Olanta out front by 25-10 at firing s end but Bonaire Cut five Points off the margin by half time i. Trail 19-29. Twenty Points were counted by the winners in the third period As Olanta piled up a 49-28 Lead and the Gap widened during the last Quarter. G. C. Vause was High scorer for Bonaire with 15 Points. Tomorrow night the Hannah and Olanta girls open play at 6 p. M., followed by the two schools boys team at 7. The Hebron girls face Coward at 8 o clock with the Hebron Coward boys game scheduled Lor 9. Camden teams top Darlington twice in Bill by Olin san Bury Darlington feb. 9 the Camden girls gained their third District five class a Victory Here tonight 43 to 33 and the visiting lads made it a clean sweep Over Blue Devil teams 44 to 33. The opening win for the visitors came despite the efforts of Dumitiu Tive Peggy Jean Weinberg. Who Hung up 28 Points to run her seas on s total to 299. Barbara Haigler led the visitors with 22. Camden grabbed a 10-7 Lead in the first period but the device Les came Back to tie it up at 17-ail at the half. Camden pulled ahead again in the third Quarter 28-26 and went pm from there. The Camden boys took an 8-5 led in the first Quarter and made it 20-15 at the half. Darlington pulled into a tie in the Early third Quarter before falling apart to lose out in the last period. Jimmy Mcguirt paced the Visi tors with 14 Points and Dick Cana Day added 13. For Darlington it was John Langston with nine. Gets 35 Greenville . Feb. 9 i Impi Joe Holup 6-6 soph Cen Ter who hit 14 Points in the final period was the big difference As 3 e o r g e Washington s colonials bulled out in the final 30 seconds or a 102-97 Southern conference Victory Over Furman tonight be Ore a Jam packed crowd of the paladins All America candidate Frank Selvy scored 35 Points to make his three year total or exactly a 30 Point aver age in 68 games. The schedule of so lunar periods As printed below has been taken from John Alden Knight s so lunar tables. Plan your Days so that you will be fishing in Good territory or Hunting in Good cover during these times if you wish to find the Best sport that each Day has to offer. The major periods Are shown in boldface Type. These begin at the times shown and last for a. Hour and a half or two hours thereof the minor periods shown in regular Type Are of somewhat Shor Ter duration. Use Eastern Standard time. February . . Min. Maj. Min. Maj. 10 w in d y 11 thursday 12 Friday 13 saturday 14 sunday Johnsonville teams capture pair Over Cage invaders of Pamplico by a staff correspondent Johnsonville feb. 9 Sonvile s boys walked away from Pamplico in the second Quarter Here tonight to win a 69 to 37 decision after the local lassies had pulled the same act in the third period to Chalk up a 49 to 36 decision in a basketball double header. The Johnsonville Quint had a Little trouble during the first per Iod and built up a 10-11 Lead but in the second Quarter they turned lose to grab a 31-15 Lead by half time. Three fourths of the was it was 53-7. Donald Stone dumped in 0 Points to capture individual scoring Laur Els while Arlen Prosser came through with 10 More. Carol bag gelt and David Isgett got 10 apiece for the visitors. Altman and Carroll Strick and teamed up to Lead the girls of Victory. Miss Altman got 3 Points and her teammate 2. Lula Campbell got 17 to lend Pamplico ind Janice Hyman added 32. Johnsonville held a 9-6 Lead at Hartsville chalks 4th District 5 tilt Bishopville feb. 9 the defending District five champions from Hartsville registered their fourth league win of the season without a loss Here tonight by out classing Bishopville 61 to 43 after the visiting lassies had grabbed a 55-40 decision in the opener of a basketball doubleheader. The red foxes face Camden in another District Battle in Harts Ville Friday night and play Dar Lington the following tuesday to wind up league play. A win Over Camden would cinch the District Crown for the foxes. Jimmy Mullis paced their Victory Here tonight with 17 Points while w. L. Huggins added 14 and Cecil Winburn 13. Brown got 14 to Lead Bishopville and Thomas Woodham added 11. Cage scores George Washington 102, Furman 97 Belmont Abbey 98, Newberry 77 Wake Forest 98, Clemson 57 Rio Grande 101, Anderson 85 Fayetteville chrs 68, South Carolina 65 chrs 100, w. A. State 73 Duke 90, North Carolina state 89 Erskine 98, Wofford 81 Vii 81, William Mary 62 Virginia tech 65, Washington Lee 62 la wild lifers elect officers Lake City feb. 9 b. Ward was elected vice president of the Lake City chapter of the South Carolina wildlife federation Here monday night in its regular monthly meeting. In addition to a veep the chapter elected Lamar Mcfadden and e. E. Mcelveen of Cades and Willie Poston Jack Burch o. F. Braking ton and j. O. Tice All of Lake City to the Board of directors. The group will have a dutch sup per and speaker at its March meet ing. Georgetown teams dump Hemingway in twin by Mickey Clerc sports correspondent Georgetown feb. Town basketball forces ended a Long Road trip Here tonight in a big Way by trouncing Hemingway 3-17 in a girls game and 56-35 in boys game that made up a doubleheader. The girls got stronger As the opener progressed. They held but a 6-4 advantage at the end of the first Quarter and moved out to a 17 to 11 Lead at the half. By the Start of the final Frame they led 25 to 14. Beverly. Parler led tie scoring for the locals with 14 Points while Francis Thompson got eight and Peggy Haselden six for the visitors. The boys game started out the same Way with the gators leading 6-4 at the end of the first period. However the Georgetown Quint went to town in a hurry and led 20-7 at the half and 37-25 three fourths of the Way. Bobby Rowe with 16 Points and Larry Joe Bass with 14, led Georgetown scoring but individual honors went to Hemingway s Allen Johnson who dumped in 20 Points. Announcement we wish to announce that j. Walter Curlee is now a member of our sales staff and we invite you to drop in and talk to him at any time. He will offer you a courteous helpful service. Quality motors Buick sales service Pontiac the red foxes moved off to a 13-12 Lead in the first Quarter and made it 26 to 23 at the half. It was 48-35 three fourths of the Way. The Fox ettes went on to win after taking a 14-9 Lead in the first Quarter. It was 28-20 at the half and 43-32 three fourths of the Way. Grace Jordan hit with 20 Points to top the Hartsville scoring while Birdie Williamson and Libby Gard Ner got 17 each. Lacoste and or in pay paced Bishopville with 16 and 13, respectively. Newberry bows Newberry ., feb. 9 Belmont Abbey hit from All Over the court to win a 98-77 basketball Victory Over Newberry Here to night. Forward Joe dry inn top scoring Man for the visitors with 0 Points. Guard Ronnie Davis of Newberry tied the High spore by shooting 0 Points of his own. Bingo thursday february 11th 8 p. Public invited Moose Lodge Marion Highway the first Quarter and it was 0-17 at the half. The third Quarter score was 3-2-1. Friday the locals play their last games before Coin into the District seven playoffs at Manning. 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