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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Florence, South Carolina6-a tuesday november Florence morning news so state chosen for Blossom bowl Tallahassee la. Api Florida picked South Carolina stale on monday As its opponent in what could be the last Orange Blossom passic played in Miami s Orange bowl. Announcing the selection of South Carolina state at a news conference Fame athletic director Hansel Tookes said it May be necessary to move the classic if attendance continues to Wane in Miami. If it gets to that Point where we re not making enough we definitely will have to consider moving the Tookes said. Tookes said Tampa Jackson Ville Orlando and Tallahassee Are possibilities if the classic is moved. Fie said Fame which de pends on special games As the classic to keep its athletic program out of the red needs to draw fans and Gross from the dec. 8 clash with South Carolina state. Florida president Ben Jamin Perry has written to 40 a Lorida corporations asking them to Purchase blocs of tickets at each Tookes said. We want to go out and give ithe tickets to kids in certain Low income ghetto he said. Focusing on the upcoming football game. Tookes noted that the South Carolina state bulldogs have von seven games in a Row and three of those were the South Carolina squad lost two games and tied one before gaining the winning touch. Fame assured of its second consecutive losing season is 3-6 with a dec. 1 Home Date against Albany state. We can Salvage this season with a Victory dec. 1 Here in Tallahassee and do it big with a Victory in the Orange Tookes said. The bulldogs and the rattlers did not play his year but Florida has captured 14 of 17 previous meetings. One game was tied. Bulldogs to play in first bowl in 26 seasons fac travels to Wesleyan i the Francis Marion College team will travel to Blocky mount. N. C. Tonight to face the Bishops of North Carolina Wesleyan. The patriots won their opening game in overtime saturday night by defeating Wesleyan 81-74. This will be the seventh time fac and n. C. Wesleyan have met in intercollegiate play. . Bex 4506 2049 w. Florence South car Liru 29501 phom 803 m2-8751 Orangeburg . The South Carolina stale col lege Campus was More Active than Normal monday after the school s football team was invited to the Orange Blossom no cagers team to beat Greensboro . Api radio and television sportswriters and sportscasters in the Atlantic coast conference area joined acc coaches in picking North Carolina state As the team most Likely to win the conference basketball title this season. The 65 sportswriters chose their preseason favourites Sun Day at operation basketball. They agreed with the seven acc coaches on the top three learns. After the acc defending Champion Wolf pack hey picked North Carolina and Maryland for second and third spots. The sportswriters differed with the coaches on the remain ing four picks. The newsmen chose Virginia fourth. Duke fifth. Clemson sixth and Wake Forest seventh. The coaches picked Clemson to come in fourth followed by Wake Forest Virginia and Duke. Defending Champion . State finished its 1972 season 27-0. The Wolf pack was barred from the National collegiate athletic association playoffs after being placed on Mcaa probation. Classic against Florida in Miami s Orange bowl dec. 8. Milton Hunter bulldog athletic director said students Are All up in the air right now. They re trying to Moke arrangements to the bowl game will be the first for a . State team since when it played in the National Black championship game at Washington d.c., and beat Allen of Columbia ., 70. Coach Willie Jeffries was not immediately available for com ment on the Florida game but or. Hunter said the rattlers Are always despite their 3-6 record. Hunter said Jeffries squad started slowly losing two of its first three games and tying the third before jelling and Winn ing the remaining seven. It s a Vounce he pointed and the coaching staff is new we re going to get Buller he said of future seasons. Jeffries is in his first year As . State coach. The invitation came after the bulldogs beat i less Delaware slate. 27-0, in the last game of the season saturday. Senior Ron Smith scored three touch Downs on runs of 52, 46 and 2fi Yards. He gained 241 Yards in 2.1 carries. Quarterback Ben Samuels passed 15 Yards to Paul Raven Ell for the other touchdown. Jeffries defensive unit had earlier worried him but it held Delaware stale to minus one Yard Rushing and 68 Yards pass ing. Davis cup team is announced the car of the future today rotary engine Mazda performs sub Stantial year end savings drive one see strand Mazda Hwy. 501 Wist 293-2191 Myrtie Beach St. John s coach Dave Neilson right talks to his players from left Are Nat Pearson Mike Hatchell Terry Gettys Neilson new York api Stan Smith Erik Van Dolten Tom Gorman and Marty Riessen will represent the United states in defense of the Davis cup against Australia. The team was announced monday by w. Ila court Woods the u. S. Lawn Tennis association Davis cup chairman and Dennis Ralston Davis cup team Captain. Smith of sea Pines ., will be competing in his sixth Slraight Davis cup final when the americans meet the aus italians in Cleveland nov. 30 dec. 2. In his five previous finals Smith has won three singles matches and two doubles matches. In last year s final Romania he accounted for All three u. S. Points in the Besl of five series heating Hie Nastase and Ion Siriac in sin Gles and teaming with Van dil Len for the doubles Victory. Smith and Van Dillen of san Mateo calif., have played Davis cup doubles seven times and never have lost. Gorman of Seattle wash., Young Blue Devil cagers count on Terry Gettys will be competing in his second Davis cup final while Riessen of Evanston 111., is returning to he Davis cup team after a five year absence. Australia reached the final sunday with a 4-1 Victory Over Czechoslovakia. The aussies Are Fielding a powerful team of Rod Laver who won three matches in the semifinal round Ken Rosewall John Newcombe Mai Anderson co Lin Dibley and Geoff masters. All Are headed for Cleveland where the final foursome will be selected later by non playing Captain Neal Fraser. Ron Boss works with 1st unit Columbia . Api quarterbacks Ron Bass fresh Man who has started the last two games and Jeff Granz regular recovering from an ankle injury worked with the first unit monday As South Carolina opened practice for entertaining Arch rival Clemson saturday. Coach Paul Dietzel said Rick Anthony a starter who has been out with a knee injury for the past two weeks May have to miss the game. Dietzel said Mike Waters freshman linebacker injured last week remains hospitalized and probably won t be in uni saturday. By Gregory Martin morning news sports editor Darlington Terry Gettys will be the nucleus that St. John s High coach Dave Neilson will have to rebuild his graduation riddled team around this year As the Blue devils look for four new starters. The Darlington team com piled a record of about 15-8 last year but the 6-5 Gettys is the Only returning starter and he May miss the first few games with an injury. We won t be Able to play our Brand of basketball until near the Middle of the the Veler Ari coach said. It will be a rebuild and year with some younger boys but i be got a Good group of tenth and Lith graders. They. Are a hustling spirited headed. Among the missing is 6-5 Gene Dargan who is now Star Ting on Hie Temple University Junior varsity. The most experienced returning Blue Devil players besides Keltys is Nat Pearson and Mike Hatchell. Pearson is a 5-8 Junior and Hatchell is a 5-11 Junior. Other players include 5-11 senior Ricky clan on 5-8 senior Ronnie Fox 5-11 senior Kenney Howie 5-6 senior Gary Flowers 5-10 Junior Handy Locklear 6-3 Junior Willie Evans 5-11 Junior William Carroll 5-10 soaring involves sweat guts Frederick. My. Cap extending his arms nearly the length of the cramped Airport snack bar John heart ascents in the gentle Breeze of fantasy. You la often encounter Birds flying along at your wingtips in a Thermal. You look at them and they look at then with the expression of a Man who has made a discovery he adds know i think i have never met a glider Pilot who shoots Birds for scenes As this in the Frederick Airport will be repeated with increasing frequency As Uncertain atmospheric conditions of fall and Winter Brce the unwavering partisans of the Middle Atlantic soaring association to spend More time on the ground. The Slack stalwarts begins in november and stretches through april but a few experienced pilots like Hearn a radiologist at a Baltimore Hospital have Al ready begun to watch the skies along the Blue Ridge Chain for the bars of Cloud that Mark the arrival of Mountain Waves. Glider pilots along the East Ern appalachians sometimes ride these Waves to feet. And climbs to 10.000 feet Are commonplace according to John v. Brain the soaring Coop s chief instructor. On the Wesl coast glider pilots have reached feet or More on Waves generated by the High Sierra. The Distant silence of a circling glider seen from the ground is deceptive says Hearn. While i sincerely believe there is an element in soaring of a Man and his Steed going into Battle there s no doubt that when a Man is in the air it s mostly sweat and he says. There s a tremendous involvement and an infinite num Ber of decisions to be made. When i am Riding a Thermal up draft i am asking myself do i leave this Thermal and head for brain a publisher of educational materials in Washington describes the sport As a hard Tough fight to master both the machine and the you Are asserting your will Over the Sailplane and air cur rents neither of which has any intention of being despite the Cost of soaring few sailplanes Are currently available for less than the los Angeles based soaring society of America boast about members scattered in roughly 50 clubs around the country. A fibreglass Model fully equipped can Cost Between 000 and says brain. The devaluation of the Dollar this year in relation to the German Mark has made things worse since Germany continues to dominate the world in manufacturing of sailplanes. The Frederick based Coop keeps individual costs Down by spreading the costs of ils two Tow planes and two club owned gliders among about 90 Mem bars. But experienced members insist that the sport remains Loo costly in terms of Dollar outlay to attract the very Young or those whose income is absorbed by Large families. The Central California soar ing club for example estimates that its average Pilot will spend on instruction Low fees and membership by the Lime he solves. In addition to he limitations imposed by Cost glider pilots Are beginning to perceive some troubling signs on the Distant horizon. Sophomore Andy Baldwin and 5-10 Sophomore Damon Flowers. The Blue devils will compete in the 5aaa conference where Buller is the defending Cham Pion and has won three titles in a Row. The Blue Devil schedule dec. 7, at Wilson 11, at Lake City 14, at Marion 18, Hart Sivile 27-2s, Hannah 1 Pamplico Christmas tourney. Jan. 4, Lake City 8, 15, at West Florence 18, at Hartsville 22, soul Side Homei 25, Marion Home 29, Butler feb. 5, at Kingstree 8, Wesl Florence 12, Wilson 15, at Southside 19, Al Manning 22, at Butler. Free film available Montreal a this is harness a new . Trotting Assn. Was unveiled in Montreal. Usta vice president Stan Bergstein says it s the Best film yet produced for showing to groups not familiar with the sport. The film includes some excellent Stop action shots show ing the difference Between a Trotter and a pacer. The film is available on a free loan basis from the Usta s Chicago of fice 333 n. Michigan ave., Chi Cago 111. 60601. Ray s novel shop 1350s.imy posters Buck lights bring him Back in 74 he pus a Daboy become a regular contributor. They need you All yearlong. Tara Hall Send contributions to Joe commander or. . Box 344, flo., . Sure you can buy a Canadian whisky for a Little less. If you re willing to Settle for less. Next time you re in a liquor store do something you Don t ordinarily do. Spend a Little More and buy yourself a bottle of Canadian lord Calvert. Then take it Home and com pare it with the Canadian you re now drinking. You we re sure you la never Settle for anything less than Canadian lord Calvert again. Canadian lord Calvert the All Canadian whisky join our state Bank Timmonsville 50c to a week to imported Canadian whisky a blend proof . Co.,

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