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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 6 the Florence morning news Florence s. Monday morning january 18, 1954 mayor favors bringing pea Headquarters Here Allen Tallevast duo wins scotch meet after playoff with mrs. Tallevast was Rood for a three while the Allen Price Ball went for four. Or. Edwin Allen did t stand to lose but Georgia Tallevast had to to an extra Hole to beat out Helen Price in the january scotch foursome at the Florence country club. A shortage of males forced each Man to team with two women in the monthly tournament and Allen was paired with mrs. Tallevast and mrs. Moore. Allen Tallevast completed the Rind with a while Allen Price wound up with on the first playoff Hole Allen s Ball Buffet lunch doily and sunday 87c children 50c Baroody s Steak House for Sale 1-5 . Fuel Oil boiler 1-42-in. Panted press 1-Underwood add Mach. 1-elect sewing Mach. 1-platform scale 1- 51 Chov. Sedan Del. 1-Nat. Cash Reg. 3-counter ticket Mach. 2-marking Mach. 1-20 it. Counter All above items in Al condition phone 6593 or4013 ircul1hlii Cohu t la i 1 11.1. To Mil i Price and Jackie Hewitt at and Chase and Tallevast with a Suggs Winner at sea Island sea Island ga., Jan. 17 steady Little Louise Suggs of at Lanta fired her third straight 77 today to win the sea Island women s open Golf tournament with a 54-Hole total of 231 strokes. She won Betsy Rawls of Spartanburg s. C., finished in a tie for eighth at 239 and won s105. Mrs. Peggy Kirk Bell of Southern Pines n.c., finished in a tie for Lith at 242 and won s70. Pat o Sullivan of South Ern Pines and Orange. Conn., Mak ing her pro debut finished 20th at 254 and was out of the Money. It was the first 1954 tournament on the ladies professional Golf Assn. Circuit. With the spectators dazzled by a succession of photo finishing three Somes in noise nosed past tall Beverly Hanson of Pasadena calif., and pretty Betty Hicks of Palm Springs calif., whose 78s put them in second with 232 for 54 holes. Miss Suggs the top Money win Ner in 1953 among the women Golf ers winning Fay Crocker from Montevideo Uruguay set a new women s course record with a 69 in the final round finishing seventh with a 235. A fan contributed for the record round. Flying Fleet would remain undefeated by the associated press Erskine undefeated in 10 Fjames Las a Kstrom Chance of compel in he remaining 13 games on its Sci Dulc without a def evil. The duo West team is far in the of other state quintets. The runner up the nine state quintets is presbyterian a team Erskine beat last night 89-81. Belmont Abbey gave Erskine its closest Ramc and Erskine. Coached by Gene Alexander meets the North Carolina five twice More his season. Two other teams it Las yet to meet Are Rollins and Florida Southern. The rest it has in previous meetings. Erskine has scored More than 100 Points in seven of its games now has a 99.9 Points a game aver age. None of the other state quintets Lave even As Good As a .500 aver age. South Carolina beat Wofford 8g-71 Charleston kept Newberry wingless 04-52 and Clemson trim med the Citadel 70-52, in other Ames last night. There Are Only six games on this Veek s slate As term end exam nations catch most of the colleges. Newberry will be at Wofford tuesday night and Erskine at v Ewberry wednesday. Friday will ind Piedmont at the Citadel. On saturday Mercer will visit of Ord Furman travels to the Cita Del and Piedmont is at Charleston. Here s extra Relief miseries All Colo symptoms at ont i7mc in iks no Ordinary pain reliever can Maie this claim but 686 can. The 666 formula contains a combination of prescription Typo ingredients not found in any other cold Medicine. For that i Tref Relief try 66g liquid or tablets. Remember. 666 docs Mere became it has More. Does mom itt Tuse it his More 666 equip or tablets for Sale Stock and fixtures of grocery and Market now doing a Good business in thriving tobacco Market town. Ideal spot for Small super Market. Will give Long lease on building 30 x65 which can be enlarged to 50 x65 by removing partitions. Must sell. Because of other interest write Box c-8, co morning news Cut the Cost of your lumber Dollar is Worth More at the Shaw lumber co. Harrison wins Bing thing despite seven on finale by k1jss Newland Pebble Beach calif., Jan. 17. U71 drawling dutch Harrison a Hrizo cd Veteran of the fairways. Look a two Over per seven on the final Hole today but still won the Crosby pro Amateur Golf championship tournament with a 54 Hole total of 210. He incl rounds of 71-68-71. The win was Worth to him. I Harrison known As the Arkansas traveler and now playing professional at Ardmore okla., heat out smiling Jimmy Demaret by a sin file stroke. Demaret had taken the Lead earlier with a 211, from rounds of 73-g8-70. His second place Fin ish was Good old e. J., As some of Harrison s fellow pros Call him opened the firing today with a two stroke Lead Over his nearest rivals. He was trudging along with hardly a worry when the 540 Yard finishing Hole of the famed Pebble Beach links turned his peaceful Progress into turmoil. Dutch hooked his second shot against a Stone abutment which serves As an Ocean Wall. He was permitted to move the Ball out two club lengths. He hit a poor third shot some 40 Yards Short of the Green which normally should have been reached. He was on weakly in four and then three putted for a shaky finish. The gallery of several thousand had sweated it out with likable har Rison and an audible sigh of Relief went up when at last he got the Little White Pellet safely trapped in the Hole. Estimates of the gallery varied but tournament officials said the count was probably in the neighbourhood of Crosby did t play in the chasing Derby he has seen grow into an internationally known affair. He was among the thousands of spectators who threaded the fairways like huge multicoloured ribbons. Four teams tied for first place in the pro Amateur Competition with Best Ball scores of ifl3. Pro Art Wall or. Of Honesdale pa., and National Amateur Cham Pion Gene Littler of san Diego who led the first two rounds posted Best balls of 62-65-66. Walter Burkemo Detroit and the san Diego baseball manager Frank i lefty o Doul. Put together rounds of 66-62-65. In 1949, o Doul and Bill nary of Phoenix ariz., won Here with a Best Ball total of 196. Two time former . Amateur Champion Marvin Bud Ward now a pro at great Falls mont., and 1952 British Amateur title Winner Larvie Ward of san Francisco shared today s deadlock with 64-67-62. The fourth team in the big tie was Doug Ford Yonkers n. Y., and Monty Moncrief. Fort Worth tex., Oil Man with 66-62-65. The four pros of the top tying teams each won s650.00. Hew pm sets dogfight Pace for acc win Bud Newsom Cut four strokes off his Handicap yesterday to Pace a foursome that also included r. , Dick Collins and Julian Bass to a dogfight Victory at the Florence country club. The foursome finished plus two 11 Points ahead of a three seme comprised of f. A. Bell d. Huggins and Joe Simmons. Newsom s medal score was 81, while Looper had 77, Collins 88 and Bass 79. Simmons was hottest Man in the threesome that came in with a minus nine with a 94. Bell shot 104 and Huggins 95. Finishing Back of them in the Field of 26 were Mark Stanton or. Jim Greiner. Or. Walter Mead and Buck Dupre with a minus 13 and Mitchell Palles. Earl Coch ran Sprunt Schipman and Grant Bennoit. At minus-14 was a threesome comprised of ii. D. Eaddy Jack Eaddy and Charles Eaddy while at minus-17 came a foursome of Walter Hewitt Julian Rogers Claude drains and Bill Taylor. Phil Arrowsmith. I. D. Carter. Or. Julian Way and Dwight Jen Kinson came in at minus 20 to wind up the Field. Council to hear Bennett at today s meeting Emil Zatopek. track Ace holds eight world rec ords six. 10 and 15 Miles 20.000, 25.000 and meters and the one hour run. Eases defensive giants set stage for 20-9 pro bowl win by Bob Myers los Angeles Jan. 17 pensive giants of the Eastern All stars crashed the Western squad of the National football league to Day and rolled on to a 20 to 9 Victory in the fourth annual pro bowl game. Place kicking artist Lou Groza of Cleveland s Browns turned two enemy fumbles into a pair of Field goals and Chuck Bednarik 230 Pound Philadelphia linebacker intercepted a pass and charged 24 Yards for a touchdown that cinched the game for the easterners. The Triumph was the first for Cleveland s master coach Paul Brown in eight cracks at buddy Parker of the league Champion de troit Lions. The toe s Field goals booted from 11 and 25 Yards out followed fumbles in the first and third periods by fullback Joe Perry of the san Francisco 49ers. In each Perry surrendered the Ball immediately on Impact with the giant Eastern linemen. The Field goals put the East into Mountaineer Mentor optimistic Over second half of Campaign dial 3289 Bowling men s Bowling league Fredland s jewellers gave indications they May be hard to remove from the first place spot they took Over two weeks ago As they swept games from second place at tobacco week s games Allen Sansbury paced the sweep with a 542 series which included a 215 game. Joe Henderson led the losers with a 172 game. Other action saw Roger Quick Shood a 201 game and a -152 set to Pace Coble dairies to a three game sweep Over Orkin. Blackie Nant shot a 130 game to top the losers. Independent life insurance led by James Price s 161 game took three Over Sensencey motors. Percy Clark led the losers with 133. The standings lost ret. Fredland 23 7 .767 Atlantic is 12 .667 Coble 18 12 .667 Independent 13 13 .30 Orkin 8 22 .207 Senseney. 8 22 .267 Young ladies league Florence manufacturing com Pany continued to Roll Down the right Allee last week and knocked off first place Phillips shoe store 3-0 to enable Melvin music to take Over the top spot with a sweep Over Kress company. Joan Johnson led the upset with a 332 game which included a 327 game while Ramona Jordan Hac a 143 game in a 372 series to Pace the losers. E. Clayton led the musicians a 179 game and 410 average while Nancy Harrelson s 121 game and 318 set paced the losers. Standings w j. Pet. Melvin music in 8 Phillips shoe .14 10 .583 Florence manuring .11 is .458 Kress is company 7 17 .292 5 for si.44 free gifts no super a South Irby Street Cannon Bath towels Lilly pops Candy hrs by Robert Moore Richmond va., Jan. 17 Vest Virginia s mountaineers so a the big disappointment of the Southern conference basketball season May become the class of the league the second half of the Campaign. Mountaineer coach red Brown usually a very cautious fellow said Oday he thinks his team will get i am confident that our first seven players will jell into a Strong Brown said. The Only essential weakness is a Lack of Bench strength. I be been feeling like the kid in a Street fight who looked Tor help that was t Brown said the trouble right now is can t get two of our three seniors to put a Good night together. Eddie Becker has been carrying us but when hed Holmes came through with his Best game 20 Points against Penn state last week what happens Becker Breaks his nose to Start the second half and scored Only 11 Points. Ii was the Only time this season he has t been Good for at least to Date the mountaineers have won Only four of 11 games and Only one of four against conference foes. Still Brown is optimistic. George Washington is clearly the Best team that we have Brown said but Penn state was next Best and we nearly beat them with Becker scoring Only 11 Points. That s Why t am Brown admits he can hardly Wail until next year. Rod Hundley regarded by Many As the finest basketball player in the nation is a Mountaineer freshman. Hundley scored 50 Points the other night has a Point average of 41.1. The Guy is so advanced for freshman Competition that he gets More kick out of feeding off and handling the Ball than he does in scoring. The mountaineers lost their seventh game last night when Pitts Burgh whipped them 70-59. It was West Virginia s lowest Point Colloq lion of the year. The Loop wound up the week with out an unbeaten team. George Washington rated seventh in the nation had its perfect record Bro Ken Friday night by Possession minded Maryland 68-61. The Colo Nia Shad run up 11 victories before hey were upset by the terms. George Washington continued to Ead the league standings with a r-0 record. Furman was in second Vith 1-0 and Richmond in third with 4-1. Richmond scored its fourth Cir Cuit Triumph and-13th Victory in games last night by Downing Wil Iam and Mary 85-73. Washington and Lee notched its first Confer ence decision by tripping Davidson 74-63. In non conference games. West Virginia Wesleyan edged Virginia military 84-81, and Clemson routed the Citadel 76-52. This week s schedule monday Davidson at Virginia tech. Tuesday Virginia military at a Anipen Sydney. Wednesday no games scheduled. Thursday George Washington at Virginia. Friday Piedmont at the Cita Del. Saturday Furman at the Cita Del Virginia tech at West Vir Ginia West Virginia Wesleyan Al Virginia military Dixie containers at Richmond. When the new athletic club was first organized in 18ss it had 14 members. At the end of 1953 it had Gene Woodling of the new York Yankees made Only one error in 247 chances during 1953. His .99f Mark tied him with Sam Mcle of the White sox As the Best defensive outfielder in the american league. Bob Boyd played 29 games a first base for the White sox in 1953 without committing an error major Sammy Lee double Elyrn Pic High diving Winner in the 194" and 1952 olympics is a three Timi National . Champion. H. 0. Worrell drive in liquor store 900 e. Chives St. Formerly 164 s. Dargan openings for Young men openings for Young men to go in training 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. 6-2 Lead and Bodnarik s mighty in after intercepting a Bobby Ayne pass made it 13-2. The West pulled up to 13-9 on a Yard run by Perry with the Challenge ended soon after when Cleveland s Ray Renfro ran 23 Ards to ice the game. A crowd of fans gathered Inder Leaden skies for the National y televised Charity game. A few i drops fell in the Middle of the contest. Coach Parker used Layne his in quarterback and Norman 7on Brocklin of the los Angeles Lams exclusively until just before be end of the third Quarter. The crowd began to howl for the Vest s third quarterback y. A. Ittle of the san Francisco 49ers. Fhe chant developed into a Roar when Layne was smeared 10 Yard n two plays Back to his own 1c and then threw the pass that Lei nto Bednarik s eager arms. Tittle was then sent into the game and the West began to Wake up. It was a 49er group which counted for the Lone Western touch Down. Vest .0 2 0 East .3 0 10 West scoring touchdown Perry. Conversion Walker. Safety Gra Iam tackled in end zone by East scoring touchdowns red Nasik Renfro. Field goals Groza 2. Conversions Groza 2. Colts sign Hansen Baltimore Jan. 17 us the 3altimore Colts announced today hey have signed Roscoe Hansen ormer University of North Caro Ina and Philadelphia eagles Lark be for the 1954 National football league season. Hansen a six foot three 225 Bounder went t othe eagles ii 1951 after two seasons As a North Carolina line Star. He was on to Ive duty in the Marine corps last playing on the Quantico earn before his discharge in no vember. When u. L. A. Fold re its first football team inl919thccnrollmen football team in 1919 the Carol men women and 179 men. Ellis Kinder of the Boston rec sox set an american league recon in 1953 for most games by a Pitche in one season 69. Florence s first citizen last night voiced the opinion of most Floren Ines when he declared himself one thousand per cent for the City s extending its very Best invitation to professional golfers association Headquarters. Florence country club profs Lional Grant Hennett will meet Vith cily Council Titis afternoon at o clock to help them dig the Ait that might be successful in using the Headquarters Here when t is Loi ced out of Chicago. Moves Are known to be on in free North Carolina cities and at East one other in South Carolina o compose a similar invitation i think its about the most wonderful thing that could happen to said mayor James u. Ichi Mao when asked about the move. Nobody had to Call me be been one thousand per cent or it Ever since 1 first heard about it. 1 think we could Strain a Point in this gut to to All we nothing is known of the offers being made by the Ouier curs that a id at first has offered to give the land and help put up the funding. It is understood that the pea milling will need around 33.0uu Square feet of floor space and lans to add to that in a few ears. The Chicago office employees 20 stenographers and several High salaried officials who handle Cor Respondence files and the business of Golf in addition to publishing t monthly Magazine. Several other Golf periodicals Are published in Chicago and Are so dependent upon the pea office that they would probably have to Ollow As Well As several manufacturers of Golf equipment wherever the Headquarters locates. In addition to the new employ ment of the office itself the Post office airlines bus lines Enger and freight train services wins Bridge title Pinehurst. N.c., Jan. 17 tie sports editor of the Durham Sun Hugo Germino teamed with r. W. Edwards also of Durham to win the annual mid Southern duplicate Bridge championship Here last night. Leaders in their Section in the first qualifying round Friday the Durham men qualified for the championship play offs with ease and won Over a Field of 300 players. Runners up were or. And mrs. Chester Brown Greensboro. Medallists were Ralph land Ingham jr., Charlotte and Haywood Miller Salisbury. Van Landingham and Miller were lend ers going into the championship playoffs. Would also stand to increase personnel. The office also would add considerably to Telephone and Tele graph traffic1. Besides employment increases the office would also draw a Inge number of tourists who would Stop to Atten business or just to see the sights. E s Nam Loftt it Dixie Chevrolet wrote sat Cwm of twas. To born mus wkd1 to Toomet ree take a Load off your feet buy a sturdy dependable used car at Dixie Chevrolet. Our cars Are All put into shape before they Are sold. Used trucks 1950gmc h ton Rood tires Good shape 5450 1946 Dodge 2 ton Long wheel base Good rubber 1949fordv-8 1 ton pickup 1951 Chevrolet a ton pickup cab 1949 Studebaker 2 ton pickup. New paint motor just overhauled. Excellent condition 5q for your convenience and faster service Sears mechanical parts and service dept. Has been moved to the Sears warehouse at 711 Douglas Street for faster service on mechanical merchandise come to the mechanical service dept. In the scars warehouse at 711 Douglas St. Off North end of Coit Street you will be Given prompt courteous attention. A nation wide service As close to you As your phone open All Doy a. M. To 6 p. M. Daily Friday night is family night shop til 9 p. M. 131 n. Irby fit Florence s. 4361

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