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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPages the Florence morning. News Flor ence. S. Wednesday Moke to o. November 20, 19s7 Lake View team to face Tough Ridgeland 11 Lake View nov. 19 one suffered in yesterday s prac ice. Other left halfback also in ured King Dixon wrenched knee Immy knee injury Aai Buck Shore still suffering from an injury received in Spring prac ice. To bolster the position Giese witched right half Heyward King. The Only regular halfback i sound condition is Frank Destino. Furman held a Long scrim Mage Here today As coach Homer Lobbs continued to stress More running in the Hurricane s Offen Ive patterns. The full scale scrimmage was nominated by the Rushing of sen or fullback Jimmy Grant the Locking of Junior Tom Avery. Especially bitter about the okla Wesley e. Brown s Royal battle., Lioma Bass Drumme game on Friday. Should Camden be up set a that game another vote will team. Four Florence players will be seen in action when the taken , Park said. Meets the in the annual to Bacco bowl game Here nov. 27. Carl Harris. Larry Hatchell Jim my i Ardwick Jimmy gee Are on the roster of the West As-., Distant coach Bob Bell is assistant upper stale title to head Man de Best for the team. At Lancaster. A win Over Sumter. It has been reliably reported will Mark the first time in the Long series be haste go wins Jamaica race mrs. Arthur White s haste go sprinted 5vi furlongs in 1-5 three fifths off the track record won the Whites one Handicap at rain soaked Jamaica yesterday the 4-year-old son of Hast Eville vagrant lass Ridden by Willie to land won by a length . A Hal Over Catherine who finished 2 k. Dewey s lengths ahead of Haslego returned Indiantown Hebron split hoop contests Indiantown nov. 19 the Indian Awn High school basketball teams split two games with he Bron Here tonight the local girls winning 52-45 the Hebron boys winning 43-34. It was the second win again no defeats for the girls this sea son while the boys have dropped two. The local girls whipped Mcclellanville last Friday Thi boys lost. High scorer for the Indiantown girls tonight was Margaret me Cutcheon Wilh 22 Points. Ello rec Feagin topped the visitors with 24 Myers Turner led the Indian town boys with 13 Charles Wilson had the same amount for the victors. Football briefs Furman scrimmages Greenville nov. 19 Furman meets i riday night. Davidson Here cats halt rough work Davidson n.c., nov. 19 w Davidson s wildcats ended their rough work with a hard scrim Mage today in preparation for Fri Day night s Southern conference game with Furman at Greenville . Coach Bui Dole divided the workout equally Between offence defense. While quarterback1 Charlie Benson did quite a bit of throwing in the offensive Drill Dole emphasized that his team i Peru to do As much running As it does passing. We expect to mix our attack he said. A Light Drill is scheduled for to Morrow thursday. State Sharpens Raleigh n. C., nov. 39 w work went on until dark for the North. Carolina state College foot Ball squad today As the Wolf pack sharpened its claws for South car Olina. Tackling blocking two fac tors coach Earle Edwards said were sluggish in last saturday s game with Virginia tech were Given particular attention. The Wolf pack will its season against South Carolina in Colum a Bia saturday. I Edwards sent his first three teams against the reserves run Ning Gamecock plays As he began setting defensive patterns for South Carolina. Sidelined with a foot injury. Full Back Hal Mcelhaney also participated in the practice session appeared to be approaching top form. Red Lewis Duke athletic Busi Ness manager reported tick ets still available. Approximately tickets have been said. Unc sets for Duke cr4pel Hill n.c., nov. 19 Steele 225-Pound Sopho More from North Wilkesboro ran in the right guard position with North Carolina s tar heels today As the team stepped up prepare game with tons for saturday s Duke at Durham. Other Likely starters against the Blue devils Are buddy Payne Mac Pell Turlington ends Phil Blazer Stewart tackles Fred Swearingen at Jim Jones Center left guard Jack cum indians clash with indians Newberry nov. 19 thurs a night Noy. 21, the Newberry indians will clash with the Cataw to indians. The game will be played at 8 p. M. On Setzler Field. This game is a re schedule of the sept. 28 game which was called because of bad weather flu. Catawba Defeated Guilford last week 39-7. This was the first game Catawba has played in four weeks in the game thursday. Night full Stauffenberg Gaurd Pat a two of Catawba s strongest slayers will probably be missing rom their positions on account of injuries. But the indians will have quarterback Bricchi to Lead them in the Battle against Newberry. Catawba now stands with a three win two loss season. The Newberry indians being Defeated last week by Wofford 21-13, i Are building up steam for this game against Catawba. Newberry has Hopes of raising their season record from -3-1. Their highest out look is to the season with a 6-3-1 score. To gel ibis they will have to defeat Catawba thursday night . On nov. 28. Newberry has a very Good Chance of succeeding in their Hopes with halfback Bob Yarnall Lead ing them in Rushing with 215 Yards in scoring with 5 touchdowns in pass receiving. Likewise with quarterback Scotty speares Lead ing them in passing with 9 com plete passes second most in scoring. Catawba being the heavier Leam will probably be the favourites for thursday night s game. Newberry the underdog last year was Able to hold Catawba to a 7-7 tie. Duke misses Topping Durham n. C., nov. 19 w tackle Tom Topping remained out of action today As the Duke foot Ball squad held its first Daylight workout in preparation for Satur Day s clash with Arch rival North Carolina. The game will close out the at Manlic coast conference schedule for the Blue devils. Topping rated a nationally out standing tackle is still in Duke Hospital for treatment of a sprained ankle. Trainer Bob Chambers i said he did not know when top Ping will be released. A Bright note for the Blue Dev ils was the return of senior right Billy Thompson who bad been mings quarterback Emil decan tis Dailey Goff Giles Gaca fullback. Steele s promotion from Reserve tackle to the starting guard Posi Tion resulted from injury suffered by guard Jack Lineberger Side lined for the season. Tigers work hard Clemson s. Nov. 19 coach Frank Howard guided the Clemson tigers through a 45-min ule offensive scrimmage today preparing for Clemson s final Home game of the season against Wake Forest saturday. After the scrimmage the squad ran through a Dummy defensive Drill worked on pass offence pass defense. George Usry Charlie Home Bob Spooner scored touchdowns during the offensive scrimmage quarterback Harvey passed to Bill Mathis for a to. Health problem Call or. Joe w. Phillips phone 7522 chiropractor in the Trust opposite Post office you re the Boss when you to nolo us Lor Money Tou set the Fermi. You determine the size of the the dates of payments even the payment plan. From now until Christmas open wednesday til p. M. Loans s25 to . Finance corporation 116 n. Dargan Street 3-2487 the lower state will meet the upper state a Champion on thanksgiving Day. Lancaster Easley will play Friday Ward s sympathetic Denver. Nov. 19 w coach cuppers lose Charlotte. X.c., nov. 19 i Washington s rejuvenated pres a dents whipped the league lending 5-4 tonight in George w. Parker s Sand boy i scored an upset on a wet track Al Pamlico in the featured Southern Tirse winning at for j William Helis or s True Verl an was Lorn hockey ii game duct the favorite was ouf gamed except for Jim Mcnulty s first Sand Bov in the last Ards period score. Washington goalie second. The Brook Pidsodny stopped everything Meade stable s encore was third be Charlotte team threw his Way Sand by Bannie for 55 minutes while his team-jgree11 the 6 furlongs images scored once in each of the in he deluxe Way to give luxury Kentucky whiskey tween the two schools that Flor ence has won three years in a Row. Coaches Wall Bell the the entire City of f Orence would like nothing belter than to break thai Long standing Jinx. But everybody knows it won t be As easy As it looks on paper. First two periods added two in he third Charlotte s Don dal Ward of Colorado who had Oklahoma s rooting Section 1 mroueh Hoo a month is sorry the sooner lost to notre Dame. I did t want Oklahoma s win seconds Mcnulty added a third to put Charlotte Back in the game keep Trio Croud of 3.127 foxy Silver a surprising favor i Ilu in the feature Al i scored a three Quarter length Vic Llory in the mile a six Lynth for three Yeai Olds ?.nd up. From behind Lead conference Ward told the contest Buffalo Roundup club yesterday feet for the rest of the miss Davenport gains president s cup Crown oldest Oriole Dies Baltimore. Nov. 19 in the oldest Baltimore Oriole bus Hull plan scr. Frank Foreman died ing Devil ment to the finish Day at the age of 94 still proud j son of of his Strong pitching Arm 1-5 on the Slippy track the recent arrival irom Laurel paid bended knee third. Fifty one year old Claude Hooper by lived to he the oldest jockey in action now on the american turf handled foxy Silver a 6-year-old Deedee Davenport won the worn on the sixth Iris holed a 50-footer i Foreman Slart cd pitching in 1884 division of the president s for a Birdie 4 to Cut two More. Cup Polf tournament at the Flor-1 she picked up two a ence country club yesterday de-1 Tricky Par-4 seventh Cating Iris Clark defending chum j the eighth with Ain on the threw the Ball for 20 years. I Pion 73-77. Miss Davenport. A newcomer i i they both had 7 on the Long ninth at the Lurn mrs. Clark had j florentine to play at his Peak in 1893, he Wor. 25 mid Pines event country club Golf professional Grant Bennett Throe club 01 to leave one on Ramos another Par-4. A , is on of Hir u. iii.se.s 01 sole .11 is. No to Golf has worked hard the past pc cd 11d 10 strokes. Couple of months to improve her j on the backside she Cut one game. She was playing with a 36 on 10 Annii Tolx c Moro on Lyhl j 3-Par Lith. On the 12th, de Educ lost two More even though she yesterday s even Par 73-net was her round in the Handicap tournament. Mrs. Clark had been playing Well in the tourney played steady 85-Gross yester Day for Bor 77-net. Iris had to give Deedee 28 Over the 10 holes yester Day. Uliey marked even with the Al Rel two holes. Iris Cul two strokes on chipped in from Back of the Green. For a 7. That be described is no Speed Al mis. Clark Cut another on the m like in was Hung on a in discussing modern pitchers j morning for a pro Oil gals tourney in the old Days we were hip mid Pines in Soloth. Pitch very Day. I never had j Pines a sore i president w. D. Tallevast. Foreman a change of puce nr-1 greens chairman w. H. Gill list with in underhand slow member or. D. J. Greiner will participate with Tien Neit in 3-Par 13lh. They halved with bog tvs he Cut four on the the of a joined tin orioles in when to lev were in i s miss Divic Purl had rough i hip american Assn. Trap troubles. They halved 16 Wilh 4 Pach Iris Cut two on 17 gained one on 18 to Piek up her 24th str up four Short of the needed 28. Mrs. Ike third then picked up Throe clerk was the first Lormor Chain with per 4 on the fourth Pion to la into the in the Hup halved five with bogeys i tournament after five years he was sold to subsequently plan cd in Cincinnati. Indianapolis Toledo in nuns City. He Camp Shnek Home to the orioles in 1901 to for them in the Ank Rinn with John my firn As manager. The tourney will stay on for a banquet meeting tonight. Jackson leads naia in offence passing Kansas City nov. 19 my sinn Jackson of California poly still lends the National Assn. Of athletics football in total offence pass ing naia statisticians said today. Give Bourbon de give wave Bourbon Ilc , Llic luxury Kentucky Bourbon truly american whiskey. It s do luxe in Quality in in smooth mass. Luxuriously gift packaged for gracious giving Al no extra Cost to you. Kentucky s Best yet costs no More Bourbon de luxe company Louisville by. 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