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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 12, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 6 the Florence morning news Florence 8. C. Tuesday morning january 12, 1954 Phillips Esso takes City Cage opener Richards figures White sox letter than 53 club Chicago. Jan. 11 Piil Richards of the Chicago White sox adroitly sidestepped Pennant tall today but admitted his third place club of 1953 should be More flexible this season. We Are a sounder club than at and time since i be been the tall texan who arrived in Chicago for a master minding ses Sion with his staff. There s so much general improvement in the league that i Don t think any club will win 18 in a Row like the Yankees did last season. Boston can be much tougher now that Ted Williams is Back and Jackie Jensen was obtained from Washington. Washington is gradually building a club tailored for its Park. And Detroit is com ing right along. I m not going to concede any thing to Casey Stengel and the Yankees and maybe for the first time in quite a while i will have company in this respect. We be reached a Point where we Are no longer to be taken lightly by the Yankees or any other club. That Means we Are due to get the Best they have whenever we show up and in return we be got to give it All we be got from the Start to finish. I m about convinced this has got to be the White sox year or Richards is More impressed with acc Gal golfers compete at Sumter ten women will represent the Florence country club today in Sumter to play in the South Caro Lina women s Golf Assn. One Day medal play tournament at the Sun dec country club. Scheduled to compete from Flor ence Are Georgia Tallevast Jackie Hewitt lib Allen Al Lewis Lucille Elmore Kora Alderman. Charlotte Houck Cam Quantz Mary Orr and Boz Ellen Bennett. His pitching prospects than any time since he joined the sox in 1951. He praised Virgil trucks Billy Pierce Sandy Consuegra and Harry Dorish. Then he added if Bob Keegan keeps up where he left off last year he should be a starter. Mike Fornieles can t help but still just a kid. Then there s always a Chance some of our new men will like Jack Harshman 23-7 with Nashville and Don Johnson 15-12 with Toronto and several deals for infielder Cass Michaels and Willard Marshall slugging out fielder add the important flexibility. I can t say now if Michaels will play third for Richards said. I still look upon Minny Minoso As a third base Prospect instead of in the Outfield. But until Marshall joined us i was t in a Good Posi Tion to Experiment with Minoso. Now if Minoso turns out to be our third baseman i know Marshall can play left Field. If Michaels is on third Minny stays in left and i can alternate Marshall with Sam Mele in right Field and not impair Mir strength on either defense or offence. I also know Bill Wilson looks Good in Centerfield and would look better with improved hitting. Of course we also have Jim Rivera for that spot. No on can question Jim s competitive spirit.1 Richards looks for improvement in catching skills particularly tic poise of red Wilson Sherm lol Lar s aide in 1953. He s just about i set with Nellie Fox at second Fer i Ris Fain at first and Chico Carras Quel at shortstop. And i m sure Marty Marion the sox new coach can work won Ders with our infielders he is an accepted master of infield added Richards. Right now i m inclined to think that having mar Ion with us As coach could be the Best Deal we be made since we got trucks and Consuegra last Tatum again noted in Wolf pack Hunt Raleigh n.c., Jan. 11 he Mei nobers of a committee search ing for a new head football coach at North Carolina state College plan to Confer with Maryland coach Jim Tatum at Richmond va., wednesday. Or. H. A. Fisher chairman of the faculty athletic Council con firmed the meeting tonight but declined further comment. State a member of the newly formed Atlantic coast conference is looking for a successor to Hor Ace horse Hendrickson who re signed recently after the school had its worst football season in history. Leading slate alumni have made no secret they would like to see Tatum come Here. Most of them believe Tatum can be lured away from Maryland if enough Money can be found. Sports editor Dick Herbert of the Raleigh news and observer has reported Tatum would consider an attractive offer from the agricultural engineering College. Tatum s idea of an attractive of Fer Herbert reported would be a 10 year contract at a year. Or. Fisher jokingly referred to Tatum s terms in a talk before the state College tip off club to Day. Said Fisher Tatum can be had for a Price but what a Hendrickson a former Duke Star athlete and former Philadelphia eagles pro coaching staff Mem Ber had a year remaining on his s8.500 a year contract. His team last fall won Only one of 10 games. Tatum is a graduate and former head football coach at the univer sity of North Carolina which is a part of the state s consolidated University system. Pro Cage bettor player faces questioning by a new York Jan. 11 by Telephone with a new York Molinas former Columbia Basket Ball Captain and fort Wayne Rookie pro Star today faced further questioning about his betting on fort Wayne games that resulted in his suspension by the National basketball Assn. Bronx District attorney George Deluca said today Molinas will be questioned later in the he did not elaborate. The District attorney s office Al ready has questioned a Bronx Candy store operator Isidore Raten sky and his son after Molinas said last night he had placed bets Dixie Chevrolet every car on our lot is a Winner. Down on the Cash you re vesting on the old turn it in on a Model he pie. 1951 Ford Stock no. 2336a. 4 or. Sedan Heater ?s9s 1951 Chevrolet Stori 2432a. Of acct inc 4 or. is , Plymouth Cut no. 2424a, 2 dr., .o-v.no, radio 1948 Dodge s Ock no. 2450a, , Hratch 1946 Plymouth Stork no. 2403d, Rood in birr Nood shape special More Comfort wearing false Teeth hero is a pet want Way to Loose plate discomfort. Past both. An improved powder sprinkled on upper and Jower plates holds them former so that they feel More com no Gummy gooey pasty taste or feeling. It s alkaline hoc does not sour. Checks odor do Liture get fas tilth today at any drug counter for Sale 1-5 he. Fuel Oil boiler 1-42 in. Panted press 1 Underwood add Mach. 2 elect. Sewing Mach. 1 platform scale 1 51 Chev. Sedan Del. 1 Nat. Cash Heg. 3 counter ticket Mach. 2 marking Mach. 1-20 it. Counter All above items in Al. Condition phone 6593 or4013 Man. The elder Ratensky 54, and his son Stanley 25, continued to be questioned throughout the after noon. Deluca also revealed that two other men one described As a bookmaker and the other As a go Between were being questioned. Deluea said no names of other players had cropped up and there was no indication that the Case had any relationship with previous basketball investigations. He said the four men were talking freely by would not indicate the nature o the information they were giving the District attorney told report ers Molinas could not be prosecuted merely because he Tele phoned bets from an out of state location to the Candy store. Although Molinas. A s9.600-a-Ycar player is entitled to a hearing be fore being expelled automatically. President Maurice Podoloff said i doubted the 21-year-old player would ask for one. In effect the suspension was tantamount to expulsion. The pro league now in its eighth year was not involved directly in the College basketball scandals of recent years although two pro play ers Ralph Beard and Alex Groza were banned after they were charged with Point shading while in College. Molinas six foot six fort Wayne Forward insisted he had bet Only on his team to win. He said in fort Wayne he would be in new York in a couple of he added he wants to get this thing cleared i be never done anything Dis honest in my he said. Warren Spahn Milwaukee braves Star Southpaw mixes a soda for a customer in his restaurant near the former Home of the braves in Boston. Spahn who had a 23-7 record last sea son disclosed that he was partly crippled by a knee injury the whole time. After the season was Over the left hander Hod an operation in Oklahoma where he has a ranch. Spahn was visit ing Boston on business and pitched in to help during Rush hour. Whirlie Timmonsville. Jan. A Mcelveen calmly Sank a free with seven seconds left to Ive the Timmonsville High girls 46-45 Victory Over Marion Here night before a packed roaring ouse. Her shot ended a 10-year Domi action of Marion s Giris Over Tim Longville sextet. Marion gained some measure of avenge in the second game Asle swamp foxes took Timmons Ille by 55-43. The girls game was close All the Timmonsville led at the end t the first period 15-14, and at he half 26-25. Marion took the Dace by the end of the third period 2-28. But the tilt was tied later at 39-All by Martha Ann Yar Borough of the whirlwinds. Both sextet scored three Field anon goals in the final three minutes to bring about a tie before Mcelveen s shot. It was the second of two free throws. The first had missed. Mckiven led the winners scor ing with 22 Points. Yarborough added in. Marion s Jackie Ray pitched in 25 markers to Lead her team. The boys game was close for a half when Marion led at intermission by 23-22. Walker. Marion s top scorer with 24 Points paced a third period attack that netted 20 point1 to the Whirlie three to sew up the g ame. Laurie Jordan and Jimmy Floyd had 13 apiece to Pace the losers in ecoling. Timmonsville faces Manning thursday night in two games at Timmon Shiue. Gas pumpers nip t juniors five As Allen shines Young Jerry Allen s 19 Points 12 in the last half pushed Phillips Esso Over the Hump last night As they edged a scrapping Myca juniors five by 55 to 49 in the City recreation Leagie Cage opener at the High school. In the practice game opener the Mcleod infirmary Blue flashes Defeated Kress by 47 to 28, paced by the 27-Point performance of Betty Rose Foxworth. Four of the Phillips club fouled Oul of the Contr so along with two of the losers. Things got so bad r the winners that even manager Imes Tiger Lane had to take the court. Red Butler of Phillips was right Chind Allen with 18 Points to give in defending champions a potent a Uvo punch. Calculi s 15 Points Rovid cd the High scorer for the Youthful y club. It was no contest in the girls ame. As the Blue flashes ran to first period margin to win Nodily. By halftime the Kress six had Isna ged to close the Gap to 11-18, it that was 35 close As they got. Foxworth began firing in the Sec and half scoring 21 of her Points n tie final two periods. She favored a righthand Pivot off the right Ide of the bucket and was deadly Ith it. Jean Hinds 16 point1 led the Osers with Peggy Wilson s 11 Points Good enough for runner up donors for the flashes. Kresson the court together for he second time showed potential ies but did t have the cohesion o mix it with the Veteran infirmary lassies. Cox 6, Bailey Linds 16, Tisdale 1, Taylor 5. Guards Huckaby Costas and Langston. Mcleod forwards Foxworth Cribb 3. Gendron 6. Wilson 11. Guards Jones Gardner Squires Mcmillan Pace and Galloway. Phillips w. Price 2, Moyer 1 e. Price 30. Butler 18, Galloway 1hillips 2. Allen j9. Juniors Padgett 8, Calcutt 15, Aimer 2, Price 13, Haynes 3, peed Adams 2 and Nolan. Wampler captures la Golf by stroke los Angeles. Jan. 11 w newcomer Fred Wampler of Indianapolis fought off a Case of nerves and mounting challenges to Day and won the s20.000 los Ange Les open Golf tournament shooting a last round 75 for a 72 Hole score 01 281. The Victory for the 30-year-Oiu golfer was Worth and marked his first Victory since turning professional in 1950. Wampler who won the National collegiate championship in 1950 As a student at Purdue University gave his hackers a scare but mustered his nerves to win the Rich event by one stroke with a 72 Hole score that was three strokes under Par. Tied for second at 282 were Chick Harbert. The old pro from North Ville mich., who forged up from the rear in the final round with a 69, and Little Jerry Barber of la Canada calif., who cashed into the runner up Money with a Matic Birdie four on the 18th Green. Tied at third place at 283 Wen Peter Thomson australian open Champion with a 66 Fred Haw Kinsel paso tex., 72 dec Porky Oliver of Palm Springs 71 Young Bud Holscher Santa Monica calif., 71, and Bruce Cudd of Portland Low Amateur in the Field with a Brilliant 67. Barber and Harbert collected apiece. Wampler a Young Man with Frame and a game that remind you of Ben Hogan started of with a five stroke Lead Over Haw Kins Jimmy Clark of Lagun Beach calif., and Bill nary o Tucson ariz., the Leader through the first two rounds. Wampler was paired with Haw Kins and Barber who was six shot off the Pace. Clark wound a with a 75 of 286. And nary had a 74 for 285. The scene was Fox Hills countr club. It measures Yards am has Par of grief rules changes Sarasota Fla., Jan. 11 Twenty five ideas for changing col lege football s one platoon system were considered today by the football rules committee and 22 were immediately rejected. The action strengthened a Gen eral belief that the committee is in no mood for major alterations in the limited substitution Rule adopted last year at St. Petersburg Fla. We look up 25 suggestions for changes in the reported committee Secretary e. E. Wie Man of Denver University. There was no support for 22 of openings for Young men openings for Young men to go in training and also open Ings with Opportunity for rapid advancement for experienced men in grocery produce and meat departments to work with progressive food Chain. All of the usual company Bene fit such As insurance programs paid vacations etc., arc available. Answer care personnel manager Post office Box 564, Columbia s. C. The ideas. The others were Given to committees for further the committee noted that there was no increase and May have been a decline in plan scr injuries during the 1953 football Campaign. Some people thought we would have More injuries and fatalities when we started making players work both offence and said committee chairman h. O. Crisler of the University of Michigan. Our reports indicate that few players were Hurt last season than in the average two platoon fool bail year and there were nol so Many the committee spent most of to Day s meeting in a review of the one platoon system. While most members declined comment they seemed to be generally satisfied with it. Crisler said the outlawing of the two platoon system an excellent football not Only was just As Safi. For the players bul it was More in cresting to the fans and ii game was just As Good in All respects except for kicking. The new rules ended the usefulness of the player sent in and out Only to Pun and kick extra Points. No announcement of Rule changes if any will he made unti after wednesday s final session o the committee. H. 0. Worrell drive in liquor store 900 e. Cd cacs St. Formerly 164 s. Dargan mortgage loan consultants residential commercial Industrial Standard securities corporation Thos. R. Miller president a Newton jr., vice pres. 236 a Csc Evans of Root phone 3242 Mcclenaghan cagers face foxes tonight Mcclenaghan High s once beaten boys face the invasion of Harls Ville tonight at the High school gym with the two schools girls teams opening the double header at p. M. The yellow jackets of coach Richard Leavell opened their sea son by taking the red foxes on Hill Topper Ace injured in fall Bowling Green ky., Jan. 11 Western Kentucky College s basketball Ace Tom Marshall suffered severe Back and leg bruises when he slipped and fell Down a flight of 15 icy Steps last night. The team physician said there is a fair Chance the All american candidate will be in condition to play against Dayton University wednesday night. Marshall has averaged 25 Points a game for Western s Hill toppers ranked fifth nationally and Winner of 14 straight games currently the longest major College record of wins without a defeat. Marshall slipped when he emerged from a dormitory. He did not Tell anyone of his injury until he was noticed walking with a pronounced Limp. The Harts talc court. Since that time Sumter Camden Academy Timmonsville and. Myrtle Beach have been beaten. The Lone loss came to Orange Burg s Strong indians by 30 to 3d. Tomorrow night the varsity and v boys travel to Camden for a return engagement with the cadets. Friday night the boys and girls trek to Orangeburg for the second meeting with those clubs. Erskine again betters 100 in 102-63 Victory due West. S c., Jan. 11 undefeated Erskine passed the Cen Tury Mark for the sixth time to night As the flying Fleet Defeated Piedmont. 102-63. The Victory left Erskine with n 909 average for eight came. Ralph Philpot scored his Only Bas Kel with 15 seconds remaining to push Erskine past the 200-Mark. Of common skin rash Don t stand such torment any Long trl just smooth Resinol ointment on your irritated skin at once. See How quickly its 6 Active in restful lingering relief., Jirl cagers wanted All girls interested in playing basketball arc urged to report to the Myca Friday at . To form a third team for the City recreation league officials said last night. A sponsor for the team will be announced soon a spokesman added. Cage scores College basketball by ti1k associated Pheur North Carolinan of up 76. Shaw 54 North Carolina 70. Davidson 54 Vanderbilt 65, Georgia tech 55 George Washington 84, Washington Lee Florida state 82, Rollins 72 frs Kane 102, Pir Dmont 53 Indiana 73, Purdue 67 North Dakota state 83, Iowa chrs 61 Dayton 67, Seton Hall 65 american u. 54, Randolph Macon 42 Catholic u. 84, Gallaudet 72 Buffet lunch daily and sunday 87c children 50c Baroody s Steak House get top enjoyment from your to set via Cable of course we now offer you 10 Days free trial every resident adjacent to the Cable As it is now constructed is invited to take Advant age of this offer and have their set connected for a 10 Day trial. See Charlotte and Colum Bia plus our own Channel 2. All we ask is a Good Faith fee of which if you decide we have something you want to keep we will credit to your Down payment. Come in or Call us Are Here to give you the Best in to reception. This offer expires feb. 15th Community to systems 1553 West Evans Street even no hours Wei. Fri. 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