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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 28, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 10-a the Florence morning news Florence s. C thursday morning november 28, 1957 family affair Angel Valenzuela urges spicy tour right to beat out his brother Ismael Valenzuela aboard red stitch left in close finish at Jamaica yesterday. A photo fax deacons us Grinders to stress ground game Winston Salem nov. 27 fans attending the acc contest Between Wake Forest and South Carolina Here saturday afternoon in Bowman Gray stadium Are in for strictly a ground attack or the part of both Ball clubs. Both Wake Forest coach Paui amen and South Carolina Mentor Warren Geise arc firm believers in slaying on the ground and As a result neither team has shown much in the Way of an Aerial of sense in their nine games to Date. The latest acc statistics Revea that the Demon deacons have a slight Edge Over the gamecocks in the passing department. In nine games Wake Forest has attempted 102 aerials and have connected on 35 for 414 Yards and a 460 average per game. South Carolina has a much better completion rec Ord but has thrown Only 48 Aeri als. The gamecocks have hit on 21 tries for 375 Yards and a 41.7 per game average. Of the 35 completions for the deals none have gone for touch Downs while the gamecocks have1 scored four of their 27 touchdowns on passes. In the Rushing offence depart ment South Carolina has the Edge but the deacons have shown a vast improvement in their past three contests. After nine games South Carolina has amassed 1846 Yards on the ground the third Best Mark in the league while Wake Forest has picked up Only 1329. The deals Rushing yardage is still better Titan two other Mem Bers of the circuit North Caro Lina and Maryland. At the Halfway Mark this ses son Wake Forest s Rushing fiver age was 130.8 Yards per game but in the last four outings the deals have been Able to raise this average to 147.7. South Carolina s Rushing average has remained practically the same in the last Lour games. The gamecocks had a 200.6 average after five games and after nine tilts they have a 205.1 figure. Fullback Neil Mae lain has been the Workhorse in thu Wake for est attack with 456 Yards in 90 tries for a 4.8 average. In the past four games he has accounted for an even 300 Yards for an average of 75 Yards per contest. Army and Navy sure winners at Box office in 58th game Philadelphia nov. 27 us no matter who wins the 58th army Navy football game Satur Day the two service academies will be winners at the Box of fice. They la have about a million Dol Lars to Divide equally less expenses. This includes in ticket sales at from color television and he rest from parking programs and concessions. Winning the game is uppermost and it figures to be a slam bang contest with Navy a slight favor Ite but neither school is turning away from the big Cash Reward. Francis j. Roberts director of athletics at West Point says we be got to get big that s Why year after year the football classic is held in the Mam Moth confines of the municipal stadium in America s third largest City. The . Government makes no Money available for us for Roberts Points out. So it behoves us at the Academy to make up our own deficit because we have no endowments or Rich the profits from the army Navy football game pay for the costs of the entire sports program at both schools. It is As Tough this year As usual to get a Ducat even at scalper s prices which generally run More than triple the original Selling Price. There were a few scattered tickets available from Central Phil Adelphia scalpers today but most were deep in the end zone and the asking Price was each. Except for a smattering of complimentary tickets to the White House to Cabinet members to supreme court justices nearly All the seats go to the undergraduate cadets and midshipmen and to the members of their respective ath Letic associations West p Point and Annapolis each share the tickets equally after Small sales Are made to con Gressmen to the press and to other game affiliates such As the City of Philadelphia which Pur chased 900 this year. Howard Grant 19-year-old apprentice jockey from Cincinnati is under contract with the Carolyn k. Stable. He led the riders at the Laurel Spring meeting and Rode 189 winners the first nine months of 1957. Whole Sale this is what we Are talking about. New 1957 ton Chevrolet pick up truck. Below Cost 7953 Chevrolet 2 door. Clean and night. Only. Trade Cash Francis motor co. Latte raiders crush Lake View in 2 games Lake View nov. 27 the Latta red raiders invaded Lake View last night and took Home two rousing basketball victories. The i Atta boys rambled to a 53-24 Triumph and the girls coasted Home with a 31-12 Victory. The games were the first of the season for both teams in this Tough Western division of con Ference Iii among class b. Schools. Latta won the lower state class b Crown last year beating Berke Ley and then losing in the state finals. Both Latta teams turned in excellent defensive work. The Latta guards held Lak View s girls scoreless in the thir period and the boys turned the against the Lake viev boys in the first period. Leading the Latta boys w a Jack Lee Morrison with 14 Mark ers and Malcolm George tossed in 12. Page had 8 for the gators o Lake View. Paula Dew scored 14 for the Latta girls and Sissy Mcmilla had 8. For Lake View s lassies Alice Townsend had a total of 8 Duke basketball team has Tough slate ahead Durham n.c., nov. 27 Duke University s varsity Basket Ball team will play a 20-game schedule this Winter including six top intersection Al Battles. Plus the regular card. Duke will also appear in two tournaments. The schedule released by ath Letic director e. M. Cameron shows the Blue devils playing nine Home games beginning Bee. 6 against Clinson. Duke will play in the Dixie classic tournament in Raleigh in december and in the at Nylic coast conference tournament. Besides the Tough 14 game acc Battles the games that Duke have against outside Competition makes this year s card one of the Best. Duke opens its play on dec. 2 at Lexington ky., against the Kentucky wildcats. Other intersect tonal games Are with Villanova Pittsburgh new York University West Virginia and the u. S. Naval Academy. Coach Harold Bradley will guide the Duke Hardwood fortunes for the eighth year and the Outlook k much brighter for the coming season than it was last year at this time. Bradley did not lose a Man off the 1950-57 team which compiled i Overall record of 13 wins and 11 defeats. Duke will have nine let Lermen on the squad this year. This is in contrast to four Letterman Brad Ley played with last Winter. The Letterman Are forwards Jim new come Paul Schmidt Jerry Robertson and Don Miller centers Hayes Clement and Bob Lakata guards Bobby Joe Harris Bucky Allen and Bob Vernon. Duke is strengthened by the re turn of Lakata a 6-6 Center who was not in school last year and Larry Bateman another 6-6 Pivot Man who was at Duke in 1952-53. Soph guard Jack Boyd Heads the list of newcomers to the team. Bradley said concerning the schedule that it was a Fine sched ule from the standpoint of Good teams and strength of opponents. Our own conference is going o be stronger i said Bradey we Are playing some Rea Ood basketball in playing n. Y. 11., Duke makes to first appearance in Madison Square Garden since the 1955-5g season when Duke and Villanova met in Mcaa playoffs. The Complete schedule Decem Ber 2, Kentucky at Lexington 6 Clemson at Durham 14, Villa nov at Durham 17, South Carolina a Columbia 21, Pittsburgh at Pitts Burgh 26-27-28, Dixie classic a Raleigh. January 4. N. Y. U. At Nev York 8, Maryland at College Park 11, n. C. State at Durham 27, West Virginia at Durham 30 Virginia at Durham. February 1, Wake Forest Al Vinston Salem 3, South Carolina at Durham 4, Clemson at Char Otle 8, u. N. C. At Chapel Hill 11, n. C. State at Raleigh 15 Wake Forest at Durham 19, Nav at Annapolis 21, Maryland Al Durham 25, Virginia at Charlottesville 28, u. N. C. At Durham. March 6-7-8, Atlantic coast con Ference tournament. Lucy Desi buy big Rio studio Hollywood nov. 27 up Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez just a couple of actors a few years ago Law agreed to buy a major to Ion picture studio which puts hem among the biggest producers in town. A spokesman snid Only minor details remain to be worked out or their Purchase of Rio studio from the general tire and rub Ber co. The latter firm bought it from Howard Hughes for 25 Mil lion dollars two years ago made a few pictures then let it lapse into idleness As far As theatrical films Are concerned. Martin executive vice president of Desilus productions declined to disclose the Purchase Price. Dan Ferris will retire after 70th aau meeting Washington nov. 27 Dan Ferris looked tack fondly and nos logically today on a half a Colury of growth in Amateur sports and the groups that promote them in the United Ferris arrived in Washington for tomorrow s opening of the 70th an Nual convention of the Amateur athletic Union it will he his 30th. And last As Secretary treasurer. Ferris. 68. Plans to retire this weekend in favor of a less de manding role in athletics. It Lias Heen a Little too heavy n we Are associated Wilh in Ferris played ii shall. Baseball and ice hockey at Pawling a he said. I d like to take it High school and As a Young Man York ran the sprints in in the organization and sports in general both in interest and in this he said has been very As has increasing har Mony among factions that had been More or less pulling at one time Ferris said the aau and National mediate ath Letic Assn. Inca i did t gel along Loo Well now their relations arc in Mitzi. As they arc with All of the hut continue in some other capacity As an adviser consultant or something of that the has Heen set with a proposal to create an honorary inc rotary with considerably More to do Titan keep the Fountain pens filled. Ferris in and out of because of ideas on Tern completed Al Yeai Chr Natl in Ink. In nil that Limp or there been a Etc adj growth of War b judo. Track. 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