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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaGamecocks to face wingless Maryland Columbia South Carolina s jubilation Over Las saturday s shattering 35-21 football win Over previously unbeaten North Carolina has been tempered somewhat by the fact that the gamecocks face a Quarter of a Century Bugaboo saturday when they Challenge wingless Maryland. Coach Paul Dietzel All week has t missed an Opportunity to remind his defending Atlantic coast conference champions that none of them was born the last time South Carolina won a football game in Byrd stadium at College Park my. For the record the gamecocks beat Maryland 21-i? in 1946 on a closing minutes touchdown pass reception by a halfback named Whitey Jones. Since that time South Carolina has won often Ai Home Over the terrapins has claimed 10 consecutive Byrd stadium victories Over the gamecocks Maryland leads the Overall series 16-10. Twenty four years is a Long time and South Carolina would certainly like to break that that Jinx saturday. Kickoff time is ., with a crowd of expected. The Maryland ticket office reports an abundance of Good seats remaining at f6 each. Another fact that has been driven Home often to the gamecocks this week is that Maryland was the last Atlantic coast conference football team to defeat South Carolina. The gamecocks were heavily favored two years ago but Maryland pulled a 21-19 upset in a heavy rainstorm. Since then South Carolina has won 11 cont Ference games and tied one. Irish mis head or by Herschel Nissenson associated press sports writer if statistics Tell the Story Missouri is in for a Long afternoon saturday in its nationally televised Abc to ., not first meeting Ever with notre Dame. After All the Irish Are ranked third in the associated press poll and according to Mcaa Fig res Are tops in total offence and Points per game fifth in Rushing ninth in total defense and tied for sixth in Points against. Tom Gatewood leads the nation in pass receiving Quarter Jack Joe Theismann is fourth in total offence and if that s not enough placekicker Scott hem Pel has provided 6.3 Points a Jame with his foot. Just Don t give. Up on says Missouri s Dan Devine who spent the week overhauling his offence following last saturday s shoulder injury to Star runner Joe Moore. The id slate right Side of 18th-ranked Missouri s offensive line also has been wiped out by injuries and defensive tackle Rocky Wallace and linebackers nip Weisenfels and Roger Yanko also Are out of the notre Dame game. It s very disappointing to play notre Dame for the first time with a patched up said Devine but he adds Well play a Good notre Dame s Star guard Larry Dinardo will be out of action and offensive tackle Mike Martin is questionable but the Irish will have halfback Denny Allan Back after missing one game with a sprained foot. Noire Dame at Missouri is just one of a number of key games on saturday s schedule. In the big ten top ranked Ohio state entertains Minnesota and Michigan state. Fifth ranked Nebraska is at Kansas in a Battle for the big eight Lead while ninth ranked Stanford the Pacific-8 Leader plays at Washington state. Texas ranked second and no 10 Arkansas Are Idle while non conference games find Southern Mississippi at no. 4 Mississippi no. 7 air Force is Navy at Washington d. C., and no. 16 Georgia tech at no. 8 Auburn. Among second ten teams it s Washington at no. 11 Southern California no. 12 Arizona state at Brigham Young Oklahoma at no. 13 Colorado Alabama at no 14 Tennessee in a match Between Bear Bryant and former Pupil Bill Battle Kentucky at no. 15 Louisiana state no. 17 Texas tech at Mississippi state plus Oregon state at Houston pro Cage standings pro Boskol Boll at a clones by the associated press National Asio Platlan Eastern conference Atlantic division won lost pet. new York 2 0 1.000 Buffalo 1 0 a Philadelphia 1 0 1-Mj v4 Boston 0 2 .000 2 Central division Baltimore 1 Alanto 0 0 .000 a Cincinnati 0 1 a Cleveland 0 1 Western conference Midwest division re Trout 1 0 1.000 i Urcla at California. Houston and Urcla Are tied for 19th. Ohio state Minnesota pits the buckeyes top ranked Rushing offence against a big solid Minnesota team which ranks ninth in the same category. Ohio s quarterbacks Rex Kern and Ron Maciejowski have been less than sensational thrown the Ball but coach Woody Hayes warns Don t underestimate our passing Well Burn somebody with it before the year s the Nebraska Kansas Winner takes Over the big eight Lead and the Cor huskers Bob Deva Ney fresh from a crucial Victory Over Missouri is worried. Kansas probably has More Speed than any team Well he said. They can score from unbeaten Michigan will 17 to prove coach to Schembechler wrong with a decisive Victory Over Michigan state which is coming off successive 29-0 losses to notre Dame and the two Best teams in the according to Schembechler. Los Angeles 0 5 m s 5 d. O j san Diego 0 2 .000 1 thursday s result Phoenix 119, Boston 100 Only game scheduled tonight s Gomes san Diego at Philadelphia los Angeles at Chicago Detroit at san Francisco Cleveland at Portland Only games scheduled saturday s games los Angeles at Baltimore Philadelphia at Cincin Nall Chicago at new York Milwaukee at Atlanta Detroit at Phoenix Boston at Seattle san Diego at Buffalo Cleveland is. Son Francisco at Oakland sunday s game Boson at Portland Only game scheduled. American association East division won lost pet. Floridians 1 Virginia 0 0 .000 a new York 0 1 000 Carolina Kentucky 0 i .000 1 West division 1 0 1.000 it. 1 0 1.000 i 0 0 .000 memo his 0 0 .000 runday l results Pittsburgh 105, new York 102 Indiana 127, Kentucky 95 floridians 105, Carolina 97 Only game scheduled tool she s Somes Hort ians at new York Denver at Indiana Only games scheduled saturday s games Pittsburgh is. Virginia at Norfolk a. Denver at Kentucky Only games scheduled sunday s Gomel Kentucky is. Carolina at Raleigh . Virginia at new York floridian at Pittsburgh Texas at Indiana Only games upsets Hemingway so Castee so Castee won Florence airlines to Charlotte leaves at . . 5 first game of the season by pounding out a 26-0 Victory Over Hemingway Friday night. Mike Roach scored a first Quarter touchdown on a one Yard plunge and Scotty Bissing dashed 10 for a to later in the period. Wendell Smith broke Loose for a 62 Yard Romp in the third Quarter and William Small dived Over from the three in the fourth period so Castee and Hemingway now both have 1-6 season records. From Charlotte Lav that 1 a. M. . . Tire so Mccaliff the gamecocks had a perfect 6-0 acc Mark last year including a 17-0 decision Over Maryland at Columbia and Are 2-0-1 in the conference at present with a 3-1-1 Overall record. Maryland is 0-5 Overall and 0-2 in the acc. Senior quarterback Tommy Suggs hobbled by a sprained ankle in the past two games is expected to be at full Speed for saturday s game. Suggs has 53 pass completions for 716 Yards and three touchdowns on these Ason and has passed for nearly Yards in his career. His understudy Sophomore Jackie Young has completed nearly 65 per cent of his passes 18 of 28. For 257 Yards and two touchdowns. In four the Rushing department gamecocks have gained in the North Carolina Junior flanker j i m More than 100 Yards topped by Junior tailback Billy Ray Rice who has 284 Yards for a 5.3 average and has scored four touchdowns. Senior tight end Doug Hamrick leads the pass receivers with 20 for 205 Yards and two touchdowns including the winning to on a pass from Young game. Mitchell has caught 13 passes for 253 Yards and four other gamecocks have caught at least seven. The gamecocks secondary has intercepted 15 passes and Junior halfback Dick Harris has returned 11 kickoffs 331 Yards and 12 punts 199 Yards including a 97 Yard scoring return against North Carolina. Harris ranks third nationally in Kickoff returns and Lottin punt returns. South Carolina s leading scorer soccer style place Tucker Billy Dupre is third for 22nd nationally in kick scoring with Points on 14 pats and four held goals. Us linebacker to Davies big interception against unc Fruia saturday october 17, 1970 of seeks 3rd wire against Clemson f Winston Salem .-, the Battle also has a big one of the most outstanding a three game winning Streak plus a first division spot in the Atlantic coast conference. That s what will be at stake or the Wake Forest Demon deacons saturday afternoon when they Host the Clemson tigers in a crucial acc Battle in Groves stadium starting at the deacons after dropping their first three games of the year have roared Back victories Over Virginia with and Virginia tech during the past two weeks. While the deacons will be seeking to make it three in a Row the tigers will be out to halt a three game losing Streak. After defeating the Citadel and Virginia in their first two games the tigers have dropped their last three game s to National Powers Georgia Georgia tech and Auburn. Significance in a wide open i ground Gai arc a nip the Tiff prs Haw a 1-0 history a acc race. The tigers have a 1-0 league Mark and currently hold Down second place while the deacons Are 1-1 against con Ference foes and Are in fifth spot. Leading the recent upswing by the deacons has been quarterback Larry Russell. In the deacons two victories the scrambling Southpaw has collected 245 Yards Rushing push ing his season total to 253 Yards. He Lias also scored four touchdowns and passed for three More. But the deacons also have three other capable backs. Fullbacks Larry Hopkins leads the team in Rushing with 339 Yards while Gary Johnson has picked up 228 Yards and Ken Garrett has added 131 Yards. Opposing the deacons will be the senior needs Only 62 Yards saturday to become Clemson s second leading rusher. He is a doubtful starter though due to an injury. Not to be overlooked in the deacons last two is the play of the defensive team. Led by All american candidate win i Earlcy the deacons have limited their last two opponents to Only 16 Points after giving up 98 in the first three games. Our defense has made a lot of Progress along with the said head coach Cal Stoll. Headley has been fantastic All season for Wofford plays indians Newberry the Wofford terriers Lay a 14-game winning Streak on the line Here tonight at against a dangerous offence which Over 350 Yards Newberry averaging game. The indians present another quirk of Fate for the terriers. It was against Newberry in 1949 that Wofford won its 15th straight game to set a school record the current club is trying of tie saturday night. Newberry has been explosive so far this season despite its 2-3 record to Date. The tribe is averaging 287.5 Yards Rushing and 70.2 passing. Last saturday they erupted for 164 Yards pass ing As freshman quarterback Tommy Williamson found the Range in a 41-6 win Over Concord College. Wofford had its closest scare of the season last week when it found itself trailing 22-21 with three minutes to play. Halfback Bobby Jordan pulled the terriers out of the fire with a 29-Yard touchdown run to beat Western Carolina 29-22. Jordan is now the leading terrier rusher with 452 Yards. He and fullback Clifford Boyd Lave scored seven touchdowns each. The Wofford running game is averaging 307.6 Yards a game while the terrier defense has limited opponents to an average of 167.4 a game. Quarterback Harold Chandler has kept the opposing defense Loose with 581 Yards passing for four touchdowns. Mayo 72-8 Over Butler in county Battle Hartsville the Mayo bears of Darlington Defeated the Butler tigers of Hartsville by a score of 12 to 8. In the first Quarter both teams played Tough defense. Butler was held to 12 years on the ground while Mayo had 35 in a scoreless Quarter. However Quarter it in the was All second Butler As their running attack was successful. Midway the Quarter Butler on a one Yard run by halfback Arthur Coe. The two Point conversion was by fullback Foster Smith. Beginning the second half the Tiger defense collapsed As Mayo scored twice. The first score was on a one Yard run by quarterback Elius o Neal. The conversion failed. The bears second score of the Quarter came when halfback Broadus Gregg hit pay dirt from 5 Yards out. The conversion failed again and the bears took Over the Lead by a score of 12 to i scoreless for both teams As both orioles Cuellar Powell head a ail Star squad new York a Mike Cuellar winning Pitcher for Baltimore of the final game of the j five votes. Cast. Manny san Guillen of the pirates was the runner up with world series against Cincinnati and teammate Boog. Powell were named to the 1970 Asso Carl Yastrzemski of the bos ton red sox who hit .3286, a Shade less than the .3289 com cited press ail Star baseball i piled by Al batting Champion team Friday. Cuellar was selected As the left handed Pitcher and Powell was chosen As the first baseman in the annual poll of sports writ ers and sportscasters. The reds were represented on the squad by Catcher Johnny Bench and third baseman Tony Perez. The Chicago cubs also landed two players on the fist team second baseman Glenn Beckert and outfielder Billy Wil Liams. Others picked were shortstop Luis Aparicio of the Chicago White sox outfielders Rico Karty of the Atlanta braves and Roberto Clemente of the Pitts Burgh pirates and right handed Pitcher Bob Gibson of the St. Louis cardinals. Bench who his .293 and led the National league in homers with 45 and runs batted in with 148, was a near unanimous Choice among the catchers. He Alex Johnson of California was named to the second team As an outfielder. Yaz also Drew scattered support for first base where he played during the lat Ter half of the Campaign. Other second team members included Felix Millan of the braves second base series hero Brooks Robinson of the or Ioles third base Don Kessinger of the cubs shortstop Harmon Killebrew Minnesota first base. Hank Aaron of the braves and Pete Rose of the Beds out Field Sain Mcdowell of the Cleveland indians left handed Pitcher and Jim Perry of the Minnesota twins right handed Pitcher. The closest balloting was for left handed Pitcher with Cuellar who had a 24-8 won lost record edging Mcdowell the major league strikeout Leader with 303, by five votes 106-101. Powell who batted .297 with collected 300 of the 311 ballots 135 homers and 114 rib com pistol Pete debuts against Bucks today Atlanta a Rich Rookie pistol Pete Maravich makes Lis National basketball Assoc a Ion debut saturday when the Atlanta Hawks face the mighty Milwaukee Bucks led by Lew Alcindor and Oscar Robertson in the season opener for each team. The game set for a Not Tipoff will be televised nationally Abc with the Atlanta area blacked out. The game is a sellout in the Alexan Der memorial coliseum Small est in the Aba. Paravich the three time All a Merican from Louisiana state who cracked most major College scoring records will View the Start from the Bench despite Atlanta s loss of 1969 Ace Joe Caldwell. The latter has not signed his 1970 contract. The club reportedly is offering him a t Ville trips Clio Timmonsville George Samuels scored three touchdowns to Lead the Timmonsville whirlwind to a 22 9 Romp Over the Clio Cavaliers thursday night. Terry Wall scored for Clio on a four Yard plunge and de Allen dumped Samuels in the end zone for a safety. The win gives coach Hughie Petterson s Timmonsville club a 3-3 season record. Samuels a 168 Pound Junior halfback raced 54 Yards for one touchdown 63 for another and plunged five Yards for the third. Perry Stokes passed to Scott Tomlinson for one extra Point and George s brother Ernest Samuels ran for the other. George Samuels placed the whirlwind Rushing with 186 Yards gained and Curtis Scott led the defense with 15 unassisted tackles. Fullback Bert White gained 102 Yards Rushing and led the team in interceptions with three. Stokes joined the team this week and made the starting quarterback spot. Coach Hughie Petterson said that Tomlinson did an excellent Job of blocking. The whirlwinds play in so Castee next Friday. For major and minor car repairs 0. J. Davis Auto service sit s. Irby substantial increase Over the he made last year. Alcindor one of the league s most feared centers and Robertson acquired in an off season Deal with Cincinnati led the Bucks through an undefeated preseason schedule that included two triumphs Over the Hawks. The Bucks tabbed by the experts the team to beat this year smashed atlatl 137-92 last saturday and 105-90 in an earlier exhibition game. Atlanta will open Wilh Walt Bellamy at Center Jim Davis and Bill Bridges at Forward and Sharp shooting Lou Hudson and Walt hazzard in the backcourt. We Are going to suffer a bit in the Early part of the year i m said Atlanta coach Richie Guerin who has five rookies on his 11-Man roster it s just going to take time to of these new familiar with the system. Just get All enough How much we suffer will depend on How our veterans Caldwell has been a holdout every since the Hawks started preseason training at Jackson Ville fla., last month. No pro Gress has seen reported in his deliberations with Hawks management. He s a harder Man to play against says Hudson. Oscar did not have the inside help last year he does now at Milwaukee. You have to concen trate More on playing him and this takes away from my of Hudson led Atlanta in scoring last year with 25 Points per game. Henredon annual Sale sept. 15th thru oct. 15 special savings Adiv q Flat Clairv o Florence of is Marlon 4u-1m1 . Piled 145 votes compared to Kil Lebrew s 10 at first base. At second base Beckert a .288 hitter got 136 votes while Millan was named on 58 ballots. Perez a .317 Batter during the regular season but a disappoint ment in the series garnered 193 votes As compared to 58 for Robinson named the series outstanding performer. Aparicio batted .313 and out polled Kessinger 167-60 for shortstop honors while Gibson boasting a 23-7 won lost record had 226 votes leaving the twins Perry far behind with 21. Among the outfielders Wil Liams was named on 167 ballots Carty 150 and Clemente 138. Yastrzemski ranked fourth at 121, followed by Aaron with 95 and Rose 58. Carty won the National league batting Crown with a .366 average Clemente hit .352 and Williams .322. The voting was based on regu Lar season performances. Future of reds is looking Good Cincinnati a paint they say Grimsley is better history gainers in Clemson. Tailback Ray Yauger. J Ville tourney starts the Cincinnati baseball future a Bright red despite that world series defeat by the Baltimore orioles. Lack of pitching Hurt the reds once again in their five game loss to the orioles. The reds brass however refuses to reach for the panic Button. Why should general manager Bob How saw said Fri Day. We be got some Good Young arms and we jihad a lot of injuries with our pitchers this the fact the orioles scored 33 runs and slammed a record 10 Lomers and seven doubles among 50 hits does t dismay our pitching is not As weak As it the reds Gener Al manager said. Wayne Simpson Jim Merritt j and Jim Mcglothlin will have All Winter to rest their he said. Simpson a strapping Rookie right hander was idled with a strained in mid season. He was 14-3 at the time of his injury and did not pitch any More he rest of the season. Merritt the left hander who won 20 regular season games and Mcglothlin a 14-game win Ning right hander both have Al Jow tendonitis. The regular 1970 starting Rota Tion of Merritt Simpson Mcgothlin and Gary Nolan will be hard pressed by youngsters next Spring. Counting Nolan 22, and Imp son 21, there Are five prime candidates for reds starting Mound jobs who Are 22 or under. The others Are Don Gullet 19 Milt Wilcox 20, and Ross Grimsley jr., 20. Grimsley a Southpaw led american association hurlers in earned run average 2.73 and posted an 11-9 record. Than reds Pilot Sparky Anderson said. If that is so i can t wait to get my hands on him next with All that Young pitching Talent and eight regulars who average 25 years of age How Sam and Anderson Are in no mood to Trade just for the Sake of trading. Naturally Well listen to other Howsam said. It would like to make some minor club sources indicate Jim Maloney 30, a right hander who won 134 games in the 1960s, May be Trade Bate. Maloney Ham Jered by an Achilles Heel injury suffered in april was not a fac or As the reds rolled up a club record of 102 triumphs. Lamar bops cats 26-0 Lamar Mitch Tyner scored three touchdowns and eked two extra Points to Lead he Lamar Silver foxes to a 26-0 win Over Wallace Friday night. Tyner ran 14 and 15 Yards for ads and returned a punt 60 Yards for another. David Polk pulled in a 14 Yard pass from Wayne Howell for the Ither touchdown. Lamar now with a 5-2 season record plays Furman at Home Lext Friday. Wallace has a 4-2 season slate. Blue imps win 24-12 the St John s High Junior varsity beat Kingstree s tvs 24 12 thursday night. Roger Taylor ran 50 Yards for one first Quarter touchdown and Tommy Webb scored two second half ads. Ronnie Stevenson intercepted three passes and Randy Britt and Howard Gandy played Strong defensive games. Carpeting commercial residential Florence carpet tile inc. Phone 669-1851 Florence . R Johnsonville Harry Lambert or. Of Darlington returns to defend his Crown the new nine holes will be used As the Johnsonville invitational. Golf tournament begins today _ at the Wellman country club. The first is holes of the tourney will be played today and the final 18 on sunday. To there will be 30 golfers with handicaps of five or less in the Field. Tournament director Chester Martin says that this is one of the Best Fields that he has seen. Lambert tees off at 1 Saturday along with Jim Martin David Bennett of Florence and Leroy Myers. 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