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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 6 the Florence morw1ng news. Florence. 8. C. Saturday morning january 23, 1054 yellow jackets rally to top Lake City 45 to 43 scoring duo nets Panther Hebron sweeps pair Over Indiantown Hebron Jan. 22 using their first string Only in the first and third Quarter Hebron s boys racked up a 93 to 33 Victory Over Indiantown Here tonight while the Hornetter dubbed the visitors 66 to 35 in the opener. The doubleheader sweep gave 135 Points while Bonnie Prosser led the hornets a 21-2 record for the the squaws with 11. Hebron led season while the girls have to 19 and lost Only three. They Mee Hannah Here tuesday night. Linda Lou Adams was the by gun in the Hornetter attack with Timmonsville tops Darlington twice by Ronald Jordan sports correspondent Timmonsville Jan. Mansville s girls maintained their unbeaten skein Here tonight with a 55 to 25 Victory and the whirl wins took a 48-42 decision to keep the Darlington Victory famine run Ning. Martha Ann Yarborough hit for 25 Points to Pace the Whirlie girls to their 12th Victory of the season Aurelia Mcelveen added 12 to the cause. For Darlington Shirley Sims was tops with 11 counters Wayne Langston paced the whirlwinds with 12 Points while Heyward Askins and Jimmie Floyc got 31 each. John Langston Cap tured individual honors for the Blue devils with 15 and Jimm Bunch added 11. The doubleheader was the Las action either of the Whirlie teams will set until they enter the greater Eastern Carolina basketball tournament which opens its 18th run tuesday. Y teams cop two of three Battles teams from the Florence Myca bounded Back from an Early seas on whipping last night when they took the big part of a basketball triple header from the Sumter y teams. The visiting mites got off to a Good Start and stopped the locals 34-21. But the Florence midgets battled their Way to a 38-33 Triumph while the local juniors squeezed in a 48-45 verdict. Towery led the Sumter mites with 11 Points. Sharpe was High for Florence with six. Florence led 1-10, at the half. Rivers dumped in eight Field goals and two fouls for 18 Points to Lead the local midgets. Gallup had 10 Lor Sumter. The coals led 22-15 at the half. Kingstree triumphs Over Manning Kingstree Jan. 22 the Kingstree Boll Weevils took a basketball doubleheader Here tonight from the Manning monarchs. The Home quintet won 40 to 32 and the Kingstree girls triumphed 43 to 32. Billy ice Leven paced Kingstree with 11 Points. High scorer in the boys game was Paul Timmons of Manning. He scored 12 Points. The winning Boll Weevil sextet was sparked by Jerry Carsten with 17 Points. Manning s Kathleen Blackmon led the losers with 20 Points. H. O. Worrell drive in liquor store 900 e. Chem St. Formerly 164 s. Dargan r4. Price ran wild to toss in 10 twin markers and two Charity tosses of 22 Points to spearhead the Victory of the Florence juniors. Fort chalked up 17 Points for Sumter. The locals held a 26-21 Edge at inter Berra signs with Yankees for by Joe Keichler new York Jan 22. A Larry Yogi Berra who along win Brooklyn s Roy Campanella rank As baseball s outstanding Catcher joined the select group of big Money earners today when he signed a contract with the new York Yan Kees or an estimated neither the Yankee officials no Berra were willing to divulge Thi salary terms except to say that i was a one year proposition. The squat amiable Catcher however left the Yankee office with a huge Grin on his face after expressing satisfaction with his new contract. He reportedly made last year. Berra is Only the third Yankee to come to terms in contrast to the fast moving Brooklyn dodgers who corralled their sixth player when Joe Black returned his signed con tract. The 30-year-old Relief Pitcher who slumped last year after a Brilliant freshman season in 1952, signed for an estimated the right hander won six and lost three last year a tremendous drop from his 15-4 record in 52. His earned run average skied from 2.15 to 5.30. Goodrich less tire Chres year round Protection against skids grip mock tread thai out Steps Orivus regular fires on be gives Yoo a safety margin on wet roads too Stop quicker on wet roads by about a car length at 30 Mph with b. F. Goodrich life Saver Tubeless tires. The tread is unique. Thousands of flexible blocks grip like a Caterpillar. Yoa Stop quicker Start sooner on Slippery roads than you can with your present tires. Year Tio und Protection against punctures patented sealant inside seals punctures instantly re pairs itself when Nail is removed. Year Jound Protection against blowouts there s no Rube to Pinch chafe blow ont. Patented design changes dangerous Bruise blowouts to Safe frs slow ours if damage occurs. Etc us savers give More tube yet Cost less to min Convis Nitt terms Oak Aniced drop in Lef s talk about a set for your Cor of Goodrich 148 s. Dargan St. Dial 4319 20-10 at the Quarter 32-16 at the half and 49-26 three quarters of the Way. Captain kidney Smith and co Captain Pete Holiday rang up 19 Points each to Pace the Hoys while Troy Lamb got 18 for the losers. The first stringers built up a 29-7 Lead in the first period and the second line left the court at intermission with a 40-19 advantage i the by guns came Back with 35 Points in the third Quarter to move out front 74-28 before retiring for the night. Hartsville Mullins split Mullins Jan. 22 Hartsville s boys won a nip and tuck 47 to 45 decision Over Mullins Here tonight to gain a split with the auctioneers after the Fox ettes had lost the opener 38-23. W. L. Huggins paced the scor ing for Hartsville with 15 Points while Cecil Winburn collected 14 and Jimmy Mullis 11. Mullins was Lead by Dwain Rogers with 14, while Kenneth Rogers and David Collins got 11 each in a game that saw the Lead change hands almost every time either Side scored. The Mullins girls were paced by Mccormick with 13 and Dixon with 12, while Berdie Williamson got 14 to Lead Hartsville. Truex wins in mile Philadelphia Jan. 22 Leonard Truex former Ohio state speedster shot across the finish line just one Inch ahead of Fri Man Fred Wilt to win the mile run in and Reggie Pearman of the new York Pioneer club sprang a major upset by beating Mai Whitfield in the 600-Yard run in tonight in the Philadelphia. Inquirer track and Feld meet. This 12-Pound, 13-ounce striped Bass is the largest so far entered in the monks Comer fishing Rodeo. The fish was taken on a red head Pike by l. A. Baker of 1413 Woods rd., Florence while fishing yesterday in the lower Basin of Santee canal. Morning news photo Pamplico captures header Over Elim Pamplico Jan. 22 Pampli co s girls playing without the serv ices of stalling Forward Janice Hyman snared a close 28 to 27 decision and the boys romped to 44-22 Victory for a sweep of a basketball doubleheader Over Ejim. The girls Fame was close All the Way with Pamplico holding a slight Lead most of the time. At the half the Home team led by a 14 to 12 margin. Lula Mae Ca a Nybell paced Parn Alico s scoring with 14 Points while Merlee Sims countered 12 for Ejim. The boys game was just As one sided As the girls game was close. Pamplico led 15-5 at halftime and was never in trouble. Dave Isgett paced the Victory with 15 Points while Nathaniel j Knight s eight Points topped the losers. I Johnsonville wins two off pleasant Hill by staff correspondent Johnsonville Jan. 2z-John Sonville choked off a last Quarter rally by pleasant Hill Here tonight for a thrilling 46 to 43 Vicory and the local lassies made it Complete by taking the lid lifter 40 to 28. The boys game was fairly close most of the Way but during the final period pleasant Hill caught up completely for the first time and the Lead changed hands Sev Era times in the final minutes. Herschel Hatchell paced the Vic tors by plunking 22 Points through the nets while pleasant Hill s scor ing was led by Charles Tanner s 17 counters. The girls game was pretty lop sided All the Way As Carol Strick land and Ellen Altman my for 19 Points each. Libby Cribb led losers with an even dozen. The Cage scores Norfolk Nas 88, Cherry Point marines 79 South Dakota 61. Iowa teachers 46 pm 53, Elizabethtown 51 overtime Dayton 71, Cincinnati g9 Western Al Chican 67, Kent state 53 Stetson 82, Georgia teachers 60 Virginia Union 86, Morgan state 67 Michigan tech 63, eau Claire 60 Morris Harvey 84, Beckley . 82 Glenville . 65, Concord 58 Northland 61, Ithaca 59 Delta state 68, Union Tenn 58 Alabama state 80, Clarke a 75 Austin 62, Lincoln memorial u. 55 Fisk 71, Morris Brown 46 Southeastern okla 81. Phillips u 59 Panhandle 78, Highlands Pmj 65 01 son Battle set tonight 3san Francisco Jan. 22 middleweight Champion Carl Bobo Olson fighting Lor the first time since he won the title last october takes on Joe Kin done of Roxbury mass., in a 10-round bout Here tomorrow night. Olson s title will not be at stake. Both will weigh three pounds or so Over the 160-Pound middleweight limit. Marion sweeps Cage pair snap Aynor win skein at 13 by John Lewis staff correspondent Marion Jan. 22 Marion s girls stopped a 13-game winning Streak for the Aynor sextet 39 to Here tonight and the swamp foxes registered their 10th straight Victory by overwhelming the Visi tors 73 to 36 in the finale. Margaret Gregg and Jackie Ray paced the lass Fox scoring with 19 and 15 Points respectively while Patsy Floyd paced the losers with 15. Betsy Rawls gains 3-stroke Tampa Lead Tampa fla., Jan. 22 Sawls strengthened her Lead to three strokes at the Halfway Point of the Tampa women s open Golf tournament today coming in one Over with today s Best round was chalked in by Betty Dodd of Tampa who shot Good steady Golf throughout he 18 holes for a 75, even Over he Palma Ceia course. Emory swimmers sink South Carolina 55-29 Columbia Jan. 22 University s swimming team rang up an easy 55-29 Victory Over South Carolina Here today. Emory s Luke Clancy was the meet s High scorer with first places n the individual Medley and the backstroke and second in the breast stroke. His total was 13 Points. South Carolina s will Middleton took the 50 and 100-Yard free style events to Lead the losers with 10 Points. Billy Hickman switches Raleigh n.c., Jan. 22 by Billy Hickman Backfield coach a Carolina state said today he has accepted the Job of fresh Man football coach at Vanderbilt feb. 1. The schedule of so lunar periods is printed below has been taken rom John Alden Knight s so lunar Voles. Finn your Days so that of will be fishing in Good Terri Ory or Hunting in Good cover Dur no these times if you wish to and the Best sport that each Day As to offer. The major periods Are shown in Type. These begin it the mics shown and last for in and a half or two hours r. The minor periods shown in caul or Type Are of somewhat Horter duration. . . Man. Man. 2 Friday 3 in turny 4 sunday miss Dodd s 36-Hole total was 154. In third place was Alice Bauer Hagge the pretty Sarasota professional whose second round 77 gave her a total of 155. Two tournament veterans Louise Suggs and babe Zaharias and one of the most promising youngsters Mickey Wright tied at 156. Miss Suggs defending Champion shot 77, two strokes better than she did yesterday. Mrs. Zaharias like miss Suggs a two time Winner of the s5.000 tourney slipped two strokes to 79, miss Wright the National girls Junior Champion from san Diego calif., drove straight ahead with n 78, the same score she recorded in the first round. She was the top Amateur after 36 holes. Two of yesterday s leaders pro Jackie Pung of Honolulu and Amateur Polly Hiley of fort Worth had rougher going today and wound up with 80s and two Day totals o 157. Tied with them were two More professionals Betty Hicks of Palm Springs. Calif., and Betty Bush of Hammond ind. Miss Rawls started out today As if she would run away from the Field going out in 35, two under . The Spartanburg . Pro had trouble with her Irons on the Back nine however and missed Chip shots on five holes. Mrs. Hagge had just the opposite experience recovering with a Fine 36 after taking 41 on the front nine. Bevo s scoring still soaring new York Jan. 22 we Bovo Francis amazing scoring average continues to soar. The Rio Grande Sophomore Sharp shooter scored cd Points against Alliance College Jan. 15 and then up a record 84 Points against he same team the next night to wind vip with a spectacular 47.9 average for 13 games. He broke two of his own College in the process according to the Mcaa s service Bureau. The narc no today released figures on he Small College scorers for games through Jan. 16. Against Bluffton on dec. 11, he connected for 36 Field goals and 82 Points for new records in both departments. While scoring 84 Ngn list Alliance he netted 38 Field goals. Devo has 023 Points n 1.1 rams on 236 Field goals find 151 fro throws. Bertha Ann Drose also helped the winning cause with an out standing game at guard. The foxes were never in trouble As Van Wood and Larry Sawyer hit with comparative ease. Wood led the scoring Ith 20 Points and Sawyer added 18. Charles Floyd Amateur Littler leading pros in san Diego open Hancho Santa Fyk calif., Jan. 22 to pieces for the second successive Day National Amateur Champion Gene Littler of san Diego moved out in front of the professionals at the Midway Mark of the s15.000 san Diego open Golf tournament today. The 23-year-old native son at present a Sailor in Uncle Sam s Navy shot a six under 66, and with his first round 67, posted a 36 Hole score of 133. The setting on a Day Bright and Crisp was the Yard Rancho Santa be Golf club a 36-35-72 course. Three strokes behind the likeable Amateur Star was e. J. Dutch Harrison of Ardmore okla., whose led the Veteran tournament Star to exclaim this is the biggest Surprise since Purdue beat Michigan tied at 137 As the Field goes in to the third round tomorrow were Cary Middlecoff Memphis 70-67 Art Wall jr., Pocono Manor pa., 69-68 de Furgol. St. Louis 69-68, and Bill Ogden of Chicago whose 66 led the Field by one stroke yesterday and who added a 71 to in to any. Earl Stewartjr. Dallas with a 71, and Marty Furgol Lamont 111., with a 70, were tied at 137. Scores were generally higher and the course Toug Iiene up a bit from yesterday s round when 49 contestants broke 72. For the 36 Hole route 42 players were still under while today s round produced 34 sub scores. Considerably off the Pace were such stars As Lloyd Mangrum with a 74 for 144 australian Champion Peter Thomson 71 for 149 Jack Burke jr., 73 for 145 Jim Ferrier 73 for 143 Lew Worsham 72 for 142. The biggest explosion came on the 18th Hole when temperamental Tommy Bolt hit into a drainage ditch and wound up with a four Ducr four ind a 77 for the Day. H gave him a 145 total and Bolt my have bolted out of the tournament. New faces dotted the lineup but such familiar names Jimmy . With a 69 de Oliver 71, nil pea Champion Waller Bur Kemo 60, were tied it 140. Ellsworth vines 70, 73 s by Bob Toskla and Shelley May iced am n 71 by Jerry Barber knotted Thorn at 141. Led the losers with 14. Tuesday night the Marion teams play at Rains. Rains Centenary s girls Are one of the two teams to defeat the lass foxes this year. The other loss came at the hands of Timmonsville. Martinez Kos Casillo new York Jan. 22 Martinez flashing dazzling Speed of hand dropped Rocky Casillo four times tonight to win on a technical knockout at the end of the third round of their welter weight bout at Madison Square Garden. Martinez weighed Casillo 150 pounds. Girls 41-31 opening win by Jimmie Howle sports editor Lake City Jan. 22 the re bounding of 6-4 Center Harvey Senseney and the courage of for Ward Billy Altman tonight paved the Way for a 45 to 43 Mcclenaghan High school Victory Over Lake City. The opener saw Susie Floyd and Juliet Singletary form a near perfect one two punch that netted the Panther girls a 41-31. Victory and kept the Jacque ties wingless Streak intact. Senseney whose rebounding enabled the jackets to keep Complete control of the backboards and build up a 28 to 15 Lead by the Middle of the second Quarter left the game at that Point and did not return until the panthers held a 31-30 advantage Midway the third period. Coach Richard Leavell said the reason he kept Senseney out was that the big Center was completely Given Senseney missed numerous easy shots during the Early stages of the game but More than made up for them with his rebound work. Altman who was the game s leading scorer with 18 Points re Hurt an ankle he sprained last week and had to miss half of the third Quarter. With All Hope apparently abandoned airman limped onto the court at the Start of the final Quarter and although greatly slowed lady golfers Bury Hatchet Tampa fla., Jan. 22 Zaharias said tonight she and other leaders of the ladies professional Golf Assn. Had made up their Short lived disagreement Over manage ment of their tournaments. Mrs. Zaharias who said yester Day she was quitting the association because Fred Corcoran was dropped As tournament director said she hoped some arrangement could be made to get Corcoran Back. The rub is that the association does not have the funds to his salary reportedly annually and the Golf equipment manufacturers who have been doing so have decided to use the Money elsewhere. We need the babe said. I still think to be a Success the ladies pea needs a Man to run things. To going to talk to Fred Here monday and 1 think we can work something out. He s the kind of 3 fellow who would help us without if the babe said the had reconsidered her refusal to accept re election As president of the Lyga. I m Hack in As she said. The whole thing is made up. Think that All the girls Are mrs. Zaharias said that for the time being the tournament com Mittee drawn up to take Over from Corcoran is Betsy Rawls Secretary of the association and generally consid ered one of the leading peace makers also said it remains to be seen whether arrangements can be worked out to get Corcoran Back. The main thing is that the organization is not split any miss Rawls said. If we All work together we can make a go of it whatever is worked was the difference Between a win and a loss. His one hand shot from the outer Edge of the Keyhole net Ted the final two Points for Mhz and his court play helped to keep the Ball in a Semi freeze the final three minutes of the game. Mcclenaghan ones piled on heavily in the third period when the panthers tied the score at 30 All. It was then that Altman Hurt his ankle and on the next play guard rat Haselden left the game with his fifth four. Less than a minute later guard Adrian Young was charged with a foul that would also have eliminated him had it been of the personal variety. However after shouts irom the crowd Nad died officials indicated the foul was a technical one. The Lake City lassies were the first sextet to face a person to defense thrown up by the Jacquette and it was this defense More than anything else that gave them the Victory. The inexperienced Florence lass ies could not keep Pace with misses Floyd and Singletary and trailed most of the Way. Another Experiment by the Jac Guettes proved More helpful. This one saw Ann Altman make her debut As a Forward and give them a Good combination on the scoring end of the court. The Jacquette were trailing 17 23 when miss Altman switched ends of the court and her Ball handling in addition to eight Quick Points shortened the deficit to 24-26 Hozore she changed again into a guard. Barbara Smith paced the scor ing for the Florence sextet with 11 Points while Elaine Finklea showed much improvement to give the Best guard performance. She took a Back seat Only to Lake City s Patricia Leach who reached into the air and kept Jac Quette shot makers tied in knots. Florence Weston Attr Nan. Smith Price girls 31 City 3 Floyd 8 White .11 Singletary 8 Godwin Matthews 41 .22 0 .17 0 2 guards Altman Fink Lea Black Bridges Lake Mcfadden. Boatwright Mckenzie Leach White. Boys Florence airman f Sansbury Smith f Senseney. C 5 Young 0 Turner g 1 Haselden g 1 totals .19 Lake City Floyd f King f Jordan c Cook g Burch g Wise g Hutchinson g totals i t 1 18 1 2 0 8 2 10 5 2 3 2 5 3 7 17 45 f p t 2 4 2 14 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 11 5 9 .16 11 10 43 Florence Lake City .10 12 15 6-43 Buffet lunch doily and sunday 87c children 50c Baroody s Steak House notice to my friends and acquaintances in Florence and Vicinity. I am no longer connected with Carburettor and electric ser vice. See personal announcement below Frank e. Legette phone 8547 announcement we have opened and Are now Battery electric service incorporated 516 East Palmetto Street Florence South Carolina motor tune ups Carburettor service starter and Generator repairs of High Quality phone 8547 Frank e. Legette president a 0. Cagle .-treas. W. J. Dubose vice president notice to my friends acquaintances and former patrons i am no longer connected with Graham Medlin As Auto Salesman but am now engaged As parts manager and Book keeper Battery electric service inc., where i will be pleased to serve old friends or new at any and All times. H. L Boyd phone 8547

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