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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 24, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning Kkt Buary 24, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page t yanks Raschi i sold to cards of playing triple a Raschi did t know about the Deal until informed photographer As he returned from the fishing docks at passe a Grille on the St. Petersburg beaches. He had no hint that any such move was in the wind. In fact he appeared almost stunned by the news. I regret leaving All my friends with the he said. I have been with them since i was 16 when i signed an agreement As a High school freshman at Spring Field. Mass. They sent me through William and Raschi confirmed Weiss state ment that he had not answered letter from the club and made no Effort to Contact the management. On the other Side of the picture however Raschi admitted Weiss was a hard Man to do business he did t want to become involved in any controversy with his old Boss. Raschi huddled with Cardinal officials late in the Day and came to terms reportedly at the s40.00c figure the yanks paid him last year. He will be in uniform for the cards workout tomorrow at Lang Field. Although he won Only 13 games Casey Stengel who banked heavy St. Petersburg Fla., feb. 23 York s five time world Champion Yankees sold Vic Raschi holdout right handed Pitcher to the St. Louis cardinals today for an estimated with the announcement that some of the play ers acted As if they were the employees and the club the employee. "1 Don t want to make Raschi the whipping said George Weiss Yankee general manager but there is an attitude of complacency on the club. Some of the players have become independently wealthy through the winning of five straight world Raschi whose 120 victories and 50 defeats made him the bust Pitcher in the majors by statistics officially became a holdout yesterday when Yankee pitchers were to have reported for Spring practice. _ he has been Here for some time but avoided meeting club officials. After the Deal Raschi said he was Happy and would Contact his new Bosses at once. The Purchase Price was not divulged but it was understood to be with i. Part of it to be paid in Young unidentified Talent. Last year. Raschi received an estimated Weiss said that the 1954 salary offered the 34-year old Pitcher was less than that and that Kaschin had refused to sign. Some of the players Don t seem to realize or will not admit that the club itself had something to do with our winning Weiss said before adding that falling at Tendance in new York and the Rise in the Cost of operating the farm system made it necessary to keep salaries in line. It was the first time the present owners of the Yankees Del Webb and Dan top Ping had sold a player for Cash. Manager Eddie Stanky of the cards was tickled silly about the Deal that gave him another depend Able starter. I had Only Gerry Staley and Harvey Haddix to Call he said. Now i have August Busch or. Owner of the cards was All smiles As he appeared at the cards practice Field decked out in a St. Louis uniform for his regular morning workout. Dick Meyer cards general Man Ager said two players to be agreed upon later will go the Yankees. He Laid they would be men capable by on Raschi Enro Ute to his five straight pennants said he if make St. Louis a Good Pitcher. He was a Good Pitcher for us against the Good clubs. He always worked against the Best he s a game hard 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 Terri tory or Hunting in Good cover Dur to Hosp times to you wish to find the Best sport that each Day has to offer. Ing these times if you wish to find boldface Type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours there after. The minor periods shown in regular Type Are of some what l n s on appliances furniture Dixie credit co. 175 n. Irby St. Phone duration. February . . Date Day min r maj r min r Mai r 24 wed. 455 thurs 2g Friday 27 Satin Day 28 sunday 830 24 wed fences in throwing at coach Scho Tiger pitching dozen bulls Outfield Wall Ike Home i at a spot h ground to co la it a girls win lower state tilt Baptist teams win Cage pair in Church Loop Grace Baptist and Immanuel Baptist took easy wins in the. Myca sunday school league yes verday and the Florence y mites tipped Darlington 23-18 in a third ome. The Grace quintet battered St. Paul methodist by 52 to 30 As Deadeye Bazen scored 18 Points and Immanuel took St. Anthony by 50 to 39 with Carlisle Grimsley tops for the winners with 12 Points. Despite Potshot Montgomery s 15 Points the St. Paul club fell behind 5-12 at the Quarter and 30 30 at the half in the opener As Grace Baptist s entire b cup scored. Immanuel Baptist also started fast and held a 24-14 halftime Lead that was never threatened. The Dallaire boys Pierre and Jimmy were High scorers for St. Anthony with 13 and 17 Points respectively. The mites were tied at 4-All at the end of one Quarter against Darlington and held a narrow mar Gin Li-9 at the half. Florence held the Lead through the last half to sew up the win. J Scotty Mclaurin led Florence with 11 Points backed by the Able Ball handling of Jimmy gee. Andy Anderson was leading scorer for Darlington with five Points. Michigan state a Rushing coach Fendley Collins went through his collegiate wrestling career at okla homa a. M. Without a defeat. Latta scoring Ace Christine Barrentine 27 is shown above As she goes up to get two Points for her team last night in a first round game of the lower state class b basketball tournament at Timmonsville. Miss Barrentine hit for 31 Points As lotto Defeated North 57-55 in overtime to move into the semifinals. Morning news photo by Howie Lamar girls St. George boys win at Timmonsville by a staff writer Timmonsville feb. 23 to s girls came from behind to tie things up in the final seconds and then Defeated North 57-55 in an overtime night Cap of the first Day s action in the lower stale class b basketball tournament in the Timmonsville National guard armory. Other victors in the opening Day Ere the St. George boys and the Lamar girls. Tomorrow night s games will Send the defending state Champion boys from Bamberg against Bennettsville at 600, Timmonsville s girls against Lamar at 715 and the Berkeley boys against St. George in the Windup. Tonight s finale was a Whiz bang up and Down affair with each Side doing its scoring in Bunches. North started off with an 11-7 Lead at the end of the first Quarter Only to Sec the Latta girls rally to Lead 22-19 at the half. North got hot again and led 35 31 at the end of the third period id held on to a slight lend most of uie remaining distance. However with three minutes remaining a Latta team that found itself nine Points behind had its turn. The red and Black lass ies poured it on in that final stretch and when Sybil Caddy hit with Only three seconds remain ing the score was deadlocked at 48-All to set up the overtime Bess Ion. The extra period was just like the rest of the game Only the trick for the Latta lassies. Lat miss Barrentine led the winners spurts weren t As big. It Christine Barrentine s Field goal with five seconds left that did the tigers take at fences Roberts phils still apart Lakeland. Fla. Feb. 23 we instead of driving baseballs Over eat had a Hall painted on the by were shaped Home plate and were painted enough off the Knees. Rowe had All the Rookie hurlers in Camp spending the afternoon throwing at the targets. Roiff tilts phils meet Philadelphia. Feb. 2.1 Star Pitcher Robin Roberts of the Philadelphia Phillies held a lengthy conference with owner Bob car Penter today but the two failed to news from Nash to Rock America presenting the lowest priced 6-Cylinder family Sedan agree on Roberts 1954 salary. Ers mid catchers. But Well pick up sides and let them have a Little a Phillies spokesman said Rob erts who won 23 and lost 16 last year and Carpenter would meet again at the end of the week. Meanwhile. Roberts is remaining at his suburban Philadelphia Home. He does t intend to Raj Xart to the club s Clearwater Fla. Training base until he has signed a 1954 pact. Roberts reportedly is asking for a s50.000 contract while Carpen Ter allegedly is offering the right Hun Dur the same salary he earned in 1953, a reported s40.000. A 20 game Winner each of the last four years Roberts earlier had been asked to Lake a Cut. He not Only refused but demanded a raise. Ii Atfield signs Detroit. Feb. 23 hat Field who Hopes to be the Detroit tigers regular second baseman this year agreed to terms today. He s poke with general manager Muddy Ruel in a Long distance a Luik Call from the tigers train ing base in Lakeland. Fla. That leaves seven tigers out of the fold pitchers Ned Carver. Ted Gray. Steve Gromiuk and Ralph Branca and infielders buddy Hicks and Johnny Pesky and Catcher Matt balls. My Jermott Happy Orlando Fla. Feb. 23 Maury Mcdermott. An is game Winner for Boston last your was making. It Clear today that he s delighted hell be doing most of his pitching this in tile Washington senators spacious Ball Park. It win be wonderful to see 11 they be worked very hard these first two braves su1g Bradenton. Fla. Feb. 23 Tel the Milwaukee braves first Spring practice session Cost Mana Ger Charlie Grimm three boxes of cigars. The rotund skipper had Promisee a Box to any player who hit the Ball out of the Park during batting pitchers Jim Wilson and Phil Paine and Catcher de Randii Grimm although he has Only Batter men in Camp said he Wouk Bat Bobby Thomson obtained from the giants in the cleanup Slot with Danny o Connuli acquired from Pittsburgh in the no. 5 Hole Thomson and Jim Pendleton Wil Battle for the left iced berth and Andy Pafko and Rookie Hunro Aaron for the Brightfield spot Grimm said. Banks trim Mesa. Ariz. Feb. 23 not a fat Man in manager Phil Cavarretta of the Chicago cubs said today. Phil was especially pleased with the sleek appearance of Ernie Banks. 23-Yoar-Nld shortstop. He has been running away from the Field in squad sprints. "1 know we Are no seventh place Ball said Cavarretta. I be our pitching will be oui strongest with 31 Points while Margaret Miles added 14 and miss Gaddy 12. Doris Rutland took scoring1 honors with 34 Points for North and Mary to Jones added 14. The Lamar lassies moved into the second round by virtue of a 39-32 decision Over summer use in the Lourney opener. It was mostly a first half snowing that sent the District five champions up the lad grabbed a 15 to 10 in the first Quarter and moved on out to a 23-14 Lead by halftime. The District eight Queens closed it up to by the end of the third period but Lamar held its on in he final farm to win. Lulu Jane Morrell led the Lamar coring with 17 Points while Mary .11 Freeman accounted for 12 and Arrie sue Morrell got the other 0. Lynne Curran who took Indi dual honors with id counters was ust about the whole show for the Bummerville lassies. The St. George Hoys set up a defense against East Clarendon scoring Ace Butch Coker in the second game and then went on to Rase the Turbeville lads 63 to 42. Dukie Sutcliffe and Bill Pendar is formed a one two scoring punch o go with the St. George defense. Sutlcliffe got 20 of the Points for he District eight champs and added 18. With Coker kept pretty much Der Bonds and held to 12 Points Lagood Mckenzie took scoring donors for the Easl Clarendon Quint with 16. Is. George look a 20 to 9 Lead n the first Quarter and pretty much coasted the rest of the Way. The District eight lads led 31-17 at the half and 46-31 three fourths of the girls Lamar 321 Freeman 12lbanks Lorre i n Limehouse Morrell to Curran .i1 Dubose o Seastrunk Simmons guards Fogec. King Carter Watford Jordan summer Hutson Bishop Lill champs. Boys East Clarendon 1. Mckin do w. Mckenzie Coker Hardy Barri Ceu Barefield Floyd totals St. George Jordan Hutto Sutcliffe Dukes Pendarvis Kirby Ackerman totals 28 7 15 6 East Clarendon 9 8 14 11-4 St. George 20 11 15 17-6 boys Lalta Gaddy 24 Miles 20.14 Rutland Barrentine 27 guards Lalla Hayes Williamson Sellers North me charter Livingston Buzard Jones Whitstone. Rih sox Unkei Leader Tampa Fla. Feb. 23 pop flies Cali she instead of Reship on the Field is one of the Over the Erncr for Home things the Chicago White Mcdermott said. Sox need to win a Pennant. Mana g f p t 6 4 1 16 .0000 .523 12 2 4 1 .1022 ,204 .000 Ali 10 11 42 g f i t .205 ,412 .9222 .2 1 1 .8211 ,.313 .001 55 1 Dew Fenway Park with its 315-foot left Field target. Has source of Ger Paul Richards said today. Leadership somebody to car lung been Efi handed red six pitchers. At in Feitli Sta who it could be Duim. Truer unit will be aided by a shot at the left Field stands. Furman tops Wofford spartan Burg feb. 2 Frank Selvy flipped in 5 Points and moved within five Frei throws of the one major College basketball scoring record that a eluded him As Furman beat of Ford. 117-73, Here tonight. Scow s 18 free throws gave he a total of 32v for the season. Thi record is 332 by Johnny o Brick at Seattle last season. He should have no trouble break ing 332 in the last regular a Casio Fame for Furman at Home agans Davidson Friday night. After Tia the Southern Ine Bouthern the Hod. Said Bill March 4-6 at Morgan Guy like Wil Ard Marshall. He s a Leader Lype. Pressure does t bother him. Lii Ink working in i figure to improve bigger bal it Ken who Nikon in. Slitt i us k my equip mint. America s lowest priced Hardtop the smart new Rambur country club brings nil the Beauty of popular Hardtop styling at a Price that scoops the fart Livest pro Cine station Wagon on the Wartt the new Rambatt is a in Ntuli atty Beauty smart family set an Ami a practical Utility car fur writ or play. Anil the inn Price will a Inazu Ontl the great new value Leader in the lowest Price Field Here s wonderful news the Brilliant new 1954 Nash rambler club Sedan now carries the lowest Price tag of any family Sedan now being built. New verve and to 30 Miles a rambler can t be beat for Quality nor fur Price like All Nash cars it offers reclining seals weather Eye. Built of unit cd Ai Llyle construction for double life time durability hut makes Nash your safest investment your sound est resale value tomorrow i come see car values without your Nash dealer s now i 1 Mcdermott said. Giants in shape Phoenix ,ariz., feb. 23 Given the Benefit of hot. Sunny weather for the second straight Day manager Leo Durocher was so Well satisfied with the Condi Tion of his players that he decided to schedule the year s first game for thursday. It won t be what you might Call .1 formal Intra squad Duitcher said because we Don l 1 ave ail the players Here yet. Most of the Fellows Here Are pitch the longer i stay in this game the More i m convinced that psychology play the biggest Vero Beach. Fla. Feb. 23 Walter Alston new Brooklyn Man Ager met his charges for the first time today and announced that a one workout per Day program will Starl tomorrow morning. Alston said he would feel his Way before making any definite decisions on the Brooklyn lineup but revealed that he planned to use Pitcher Clem Labine in the Bull pen. "1 can talk about Labine because when i had him at St. Paul he was Best in said Alston. Duke tops Birds Durham n.c., feb 23 in after a slow first half Duke s High a favored Blue devils caught fire Ere tonight and rolled to an 89-55 Story Over South Carolina s game it outclassed gamecocks. It was Duke s eighth Atlantic Oast conference Victory against be defeat and the Triumph enabled Oach Harold Bradley s Blue div s to Clinch regular season honors and die no 1 seeded position in the cd tournament at Raleigh on 4-6. Town. W. A. Tonight was the sixth time Thi season that the Deadeye Enio from Corbin. By. Has Madr 50 o More Points in one game. Erskine tops pc Ude West. Feb. 23 Erskine closed out its regular sea son s play tonight with a stinging 90-82 Victory Over presbyterian College Here. Five players All hitting in the double figures scored All of ers Points. Center pick Whaley was High with 28 to Lead the Fly ing Fleet to its 18th win in 20 starts. Pc was sparked by Dave Thomp son with 20. Price s140 on the 1m4 Nash ambassador super 4-door Sedan one of America s truly Fine cars with Superb styling comport and Brilliant performance. See them All such Mph do film at new Low prices for 1954 a. W. Miller 511 South Irby Street Florence South Carolina dial 7666 we re out to win America with the greatest values Ever War hoop Jake captures Bird title with Nosy performance grand Junction. Teiin., feb. Ill fill old j.ilit1, running a headlong of jail Hunt won the nation s Bird dog championship today. Made trial Ltd a flavor Clos-1 approved i by doctors. 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