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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPag38 the Florence morning news Florence. S. C. Wednesday morning january 20, 1934 Kaintuck clings to top of a s basketball poll threats from Indiana not enough to dislodge cats Bowling Darlington. Jan. 19 first Baptist and Central Baptist re gained undisputed Possession of the Lead in the girls and men s Church leagues respectively last week while the weavers continued their pull ahead in the Industrial Loop. The first Baptist girls who have been up and Down the ladder since setting the Early Pace took a 2-1 decision Over All Church while presbyterian was whipping Cen trial Baptist by the same margin to break a deadlock atop the Heap. The Central defeat came despite the fact that Mary Lee minis had High individual game of 141 and High series of 397, and the team had the Best score of a 629 game and a 1720 series. A series sweep Over first Baptist a coupled coupled with All Church s 2-1 loss to first Baptist a put Central Baptist out front again in the men s Loop. Billy Banks 194 game featured first Victory Over All Church while Central s Triumph was placed by dude Button s 515 series. Central had High team scores of 694 for game and 1997 for series. Other action in the Loop saw last place Pearl Street Knock presbyterian off by a 2 to 1 margin. Their second bad week in a Row caused Dixie cup a recent con tender for first place to slip Back into third place in the Industrial leaving Darlington construction in second place nine games behind the weavers. Weavers took a 2-1 decision Over coca cola while Dixie dropped three to Browns and the construction Crew swept its set Over the cookies. Stanley Baker took individual honors with a 235 game and a 507 series to Pace the Weaver to a 764 team game and 22g5 series. Girls Church league won lost .32 10 .76 11 .738 17 19 .31 .22 first Baptist Central Baptist presbyterian. All Church .14 Calvary .11 22 men s Church league won lost ret. .66 .622 .489 .564 .424 .333 Central Baptist All Church presbyterian first Baptist b first Baptist a .30 .28 .22 .21 .20 Pearl street.15 15 17 23 23 25 30 .47 .444 .333 Industrial league won pet weavers .33 12 Darlington const n 24 21 Dixie cup .23 22 coca cola .21 24 Browns 9 rookies.35 30 .73 .53. .511 Weinmeister quitting giants Seattle Jan. 19 we Ami Weinmeister new York s All league tackle for the last four years Salt today he is through with the giant and a play for the British co Lumbia Vancouver . Club makes its Bow in the Wester inter provincial few Ball Union nex fall. 6-4, 235-Pound lineman from Seattle indicated at the end of the last National football league sea son that he would t return to u giants. I have been negotiating wit the Vancouver the 29-Yea old Weinmeister said. I am de finitely interested and i think there should be an announcement soon. The idea of playing in Vancouver appeals to to. After All i m a family Man you know. I never did like being Miles from Home five months of the Weinmeister technically still is the property of the giants. The j nil club has an option on his services for 1954. But Arnie said the giants can keep the option be cause he was t going to play for them. In Vancouver coach arms Stulik us of the Lions said we re certainly Rind to hear that he is in Leres eci in playing in by Hugh Fullerton or. 769 Points new York Jan. 19 Al Oklahoma Tough once beaten Indiana has eco malting fresh threats Ken Lucky s grip on the top place in the associated press basketball rank nos in t Likely to be loosened for while. By a solid vote of the nation s ports writers and broadcasters unbeaten Kentucky wildcats returned to tile top spot this with Duquesne still second and Indiana third. After the returns were in Indi a the 1953 Mcaa Champion Wal ipod Ohio state. 91-72, monday ight for its 12th Victory in 13 starts is season. But that was the last Nance the hoosiers will have to menace Kentucky s Lead until feb. To take fourth while collected 697 Points. Then there was a big drop to notre Dame at 221 and Oklahoma City at 211. Notre Dame a ranked a week ago jumped to sixth place in the poll after whipping the for Mer Holder of that position holy Cross. The crusaders dropped to eighth after taking their first defeat and George Washington also beaten for the first time Slid from seventh to tenth. George Washington will get e Chance to improve its rating at Vir Ginia s expense thursday. Saturday games involving High ranking teams include Oklahoma City at Wyoming Minnesota 9 like Indiana undefeated Duj Northwestern Niagara 18 at can quesne had to take time out Forl Sius and Lasalle 19 at North Carolina state. The leading teams on a 10-9-8-7-6 5-4-3-2-1 Point basis first place votes and won lost records through monday in examinations and has no games scheduled this week. Kentucky meanwhile is listed o play Tennessee at Knoxville sat Day but off the records that Loulyn t be too Tough for the wild ats. The other members of the big be Are due for More action this Eek. Western Kentucky which loved into Fourtly place ahead of Oklahoma a. And m. After running a string to 16 straight victories Akes on Tennessee tech tomorrow and Memphis state saturday. The Oklahoma aggie 15-1 play at Orth Texas state saturday. These five teams far outdistanced be rest in this week s balloting. Vith 127 experts voting. Kentucky Rew 42 first place nine for second be. Ducj Wiesne Winner of 15 straight topped 30 of the ballots for a 995 int total and Indiana 16 firsts and 05 Points. Western Kentucky Drew first 1. Kentucky 421 11-nt 2. Due Wiesne 30 3. Indiana 110 12-1 a. Western Kentucky 19 1c-0 5. Oklahoma 7 Ilse r. Notre Dame 2 9-2 7. Oklahoma City 11-1 8. Holy Cross 1 12-1 9. 10-2 10. George Washington 7 1-1 second ten 11. Wichita to 15l 12. Louisiana state 11-2 13. Duke 12-lt 14. Maryland 1 13-4 in California 14-2 1g. Seattle 14-1 17. Kansas b-31 18. Niagara 10-3 19. La Salle Ih-2 20. Illinois 9-4 the schedule of so lunar periods As printed below has been taken from John Alden Knight s so lunar tables. Plan your Days so thai you will be fishing in Good Terri tory or Hunting in Good cover Dur ing 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 an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The minor periods shown in regular Type Are of somewhat Shorter duration. January . . Min. Maj. Min. Maj. 19 tuesday 20 w in so y 21 thursday Erskine Likely to maintain to break by Del Booth due West. S.c., Jan. 19 How Good is Erskine s Chance of going through the present Basket jail season undefeated and of breaking Furman s National record of scoring 100 or More Points in nine games pretty Good it now looks from Here. The fast paced quintet being yielded by coach Gene Alexander already Lias scored More than 100 Points in seven games needs Only three More Century scoring games 22 Friday 23 saturday 24 sunday the Furman record. Of the 13 opponents remaining on its schedule. Erskine already has downed All but three in win Ning 10 without a setback or even a really close game. Belks makes debut against City Kings Ottov a Bradley my 63. Connect licit 49. Navy 45. Orc Cun state 41. 41. Colorado 39. Louisville 1 32. Dayton 28. North Carolina state 26. Itaho 2 2.i, Wyoming 18. Texas 18. Rice 17. Ford alg. The untested but pc season Strong Belk s quintet makes its City recreation league debut to night against the defending Champ Ion Phillips Esso in the second of two games at Mcclenaghan High gymnasium. The opener has Kress girls against the new Independent sex tet in a practice game. Belk s began operations Long be Connecticut showing what Bench can do Ore other City league teams were organized and has several prac be games on the books All but be a Winner. They face a club that has Vir rally the same lineup As a year the Phillips five edged it farm Bureau insurance for the Itle in the third game of the play offs lied Butler and Jerry Allen pro the scoring punch in the Piner for Phillips when they owned the Myca juniors by 55 8. League president Frank Sharp Aid this week that the Independent third team in the feminine Ivision should provide Sharp com petition. Several girls who player to or three seasons ago plus the remnants of the pee Dop Provis Onetter Are on the roster. Storms conn., Jan. 19 u unbeaten in 14 consecutive games this season and with a Streak of free More running Over from last season 17 in All the University of Connecticut basketball team is a prime example of what a Strong Dench can do. At present just outside the first 20 in the associated press National loll the huskies Are not Only new Carter is Demarco new York Jan. 19 he a Jim my Carter Paddy Demarco Light weight title match for Madison Square Garden. March 5, is in the discussion stage. Harry Markson managing director of the International boxing club said today such a match had been discussed but had not been signed. The match in t said Markson. In fact it in t even half made. There Are a number of mat ters to be discussed including Tele vision before we could sign the Carter last defended his title against Armand Savoie at Montreal in december. Demarco s latest Vic tory was an upset of Ralph Dupas at new Orleans Jan. 2. England s Lone unbeaten major Power but they rank with Kentucky Duquesne and Western Maryland As the Only unbeaten major teams in the country. Coached by Hugh Greer a Connecticut alumnus who moved into the head coaching Post from High school and freshman coaching Here the huskies have a versatile attack which has carried them Over 100 Points in three games this season. Latest Conquest before the team entered the College examination period this week was a 106-81 Vic tory Over Boston College. The Story of this game was typical of most of the team s victories. Regulars worthy Patterson the team Captain and Art Quimby Ace a Bounder were having off nights. To relieve the Strain on them Greer brought 5 foot 9 Phil Jones and Sophomore Gordon Ruddy off the Bench. That proved to be the clincher. Jones hit for 25 Points and Ruddy for 21 although neither entered the game until second period. That has been the general Pat Tern for the huskies All season. In other games other reserves have been key players but theme has been there a powerful Bench just waiting for a Chance to help out the starting five. It s a Well balanced club with plenty of fire and drive. Paced by Quimby one of the nation s re bounding leaders and guided calmly by Patterson the huskies frequently Start slow like an express train. But once the momentum picks up they Are Apt to no the other team right off the court. The team scored 38 Points in the last Quarter against Boston College. The huskies arc not a big team As big teams go. But they have enough size with their Speed drive and smart defense. When the lean is driving it Seldom gives the opponent a Chance to get set. There Are no Prizina Donnas on the squad. Greer can take an five men and they will be a cohesive unit smooth in operation. In addition to Patterson a and Quimby the three other starters Ron Bushwell Stan Zima and speedy Dick Watson Are capable of prolific scoring sprees. Jim Ahern a Transfer from Seton Hall will be eligible to play when the season resumes and this Ball hand Ling wizards certain to replace one of the starters. Wednesday morning specials Stein s in Florence Wool sweaters Long sleeve Jacquard loomed Navy Green wine sizes so a original Price 5.95 1" now i Smith team leads Optimist game Charles Smith s California foot outscored the other the Optimist club to ice Ray with a score of four and 20 Yards. Is gauged by number of members present and new Mem brr hip. The new member for tiie Cali fornia Loam is Mose Lafkowitz. Cub president John Etheridge. Announced that boy work week will Buckin for the club next tues Day. Four members will he assigned to attend the work shop each tuesday night in an Effort to Ful fill the club s motto a Friend of the slam slam slam Reg. 10.95 these slam Are Parr Wool 40% Wool 60% Rayon. Well styled crease resistant gabardine. Ideal for work or dress. Solid colors Only sizes 28 to 40. A now Small charge for alterations sport sox special Purchase Fine Cotton sport sox. Fast color. Nylon reinforced Heel and toe. Diamonds argyles clocks sizes 10 to 12. Pair for 1 19 Buffet lunch daily and sunday 87r. Children 50c Baroody s Steak House techs 170 West Evans St close today at 1 . Aragon is Davey los Angeles Jan. 19 Fri welterweight contenders Art Ara gon of los Angeles and Chuc Davey of Lansing mich., signer today for a non televised bout feb. 18 at the olympic auditorium. The fight is scheduled of 10 rounds. Davey who May be slightly favored has had four bouts since Kic Gavilan stopped him in a till match last feb. 11. He defeat Sammy Mastrean and Sammy Gui Iani and lost twice to Al Andrews. Of the three opponents it has yet o meet one is Newberry a team visits tomorrow night and entertains feb. 6. Newberry had t on a game in 11 starts As it went p against Wofford at Spartanburg night. The other two untested Oppon its come feb. 19 and 20 on a into Florida. Erskine visits Southern and Rollins then. The local associate reformed College can repeat against the teams it has met and it the Best of the three it has it to meet it will have it made. And an undefeated basketball Eason is a rarity. No College team n the state has had one in 20 not since the texans of the University of South Carolina went rough 34 games without a defeat overing the 1932-33 season and Lart of two other seasons. Two of the 13 remaining games come at the end of the sea in the annual Little four tournament at Spartanburg when Erskine will be favored to take the title in Competition with Newberry Wofford and presbyterian. Erskine will meet two of these three additionally then. So far presbyterian has Given Erskine its closest game an eight Point win last week 89-81, at presbyterian. But be Mont Abbey gave Erskine a High scoring run for its Money before succumbing by nine Points 103-94, on Neutral ground at Rock Hill Jan. 2. Erskine entertains presbyterian feb. 23, plays Belmont Abbey twice More first at Belorit Abbey Jan. 30, then at Home feb. Iti. Erskine made almost no con tests out of its other games. They include scores of 84-67, 117-15 and 113-49 against North Georgia a team it plays once More at North Georgia feb. 4. An 108-88 win at the College of Charleston whom it does t play again this year. A Classy 102-82 Victory Over Hirt Point a quintet it also does t play again this season. A 102-75 Victory Over Wofford. They meet again at due West. Feb. Al. An 83-08 win at Home against Georgia teachers the Only in which Erskine got cautious and played control Ball for the third period Only. Erskine visits the Georgia team feb. 11. A lop sided 102-163 score against Piedmont College in a game played Here. Erskine visits Piedmont feb. 3. Duke plays Groat Durham n.c., Jan. 19 we thl it. 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