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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaYia Nutt flt Ormita guru saturday september 12, to 7 gamecocks test Strong tech in Atlanta acc champions open season Columbia South Carolina travels to Georgia tech to open Paul Dietzel s fifth season at the gamecocks football Helm saturday and Dietzel says for the first time we believe we Are physically Able to take the Field against outside opponents without feeling we Are prohibitive he would t go so far As to predict Victory Over any of the five opponents outside the Atlantic coast conference but he conceded we have a fighting lie said the gamecocks Are deeper than we have been but not As deep in Talent As we would like to be or As we will be in the last year the gamecocks called flanker Brent Cun won the acc championship with a 6-0 record and won one of four outside games in the regular season for a 7-3 record when South to w e s t that became 7-4 Carolina bowed Virginia 14-3, in the peach bowl. Dietzel called the Western offensive line of five seniors and two juniors one of our strongest and told his weekly news luncheon senior Center Danny Dyches has developed into a Fine football Dietzel descried the g 5, 254 Pound Dyches As big agile and however he said t h e Gamecock front seven will be tested by Georgia tech defense that returns All 11 starters from last november s 6-0 upset of Georgia including three players that have been mentioned As All America candidates. South Carolina offensive coordinator Bill Shalosky said tech tackle Rock Perdoni is a consensus pre season All America halfback Jeff Ford set an Mcaa record last year for i n t e r c e p t i o n returns and linebacker Bill Flowers is outstanding. Georgia tech uses s 4-4-3 defensive alignment and will be As sound defensively As anyone we Shalosky said. Defensive coordinator Bill Rowe Analysed the tech of sense and said the yellow jacket personnel was much belter than last the addition of Sophomore quarterback Eddie Mcashan should make it All go for the yellow jackets Rowe said. He Gingham an outstanding Little senior Steve Harkey a Fine fullback who has and tailback Bob mealy a Sophomore who the Georgia tech coaches think is going to be a super South without Carolina will b e safety Man Tyler churches win title Charlie Dahney belted a Dou ble and two singles and Roger Miles a double an single to Lead the Florence churches to a 5-4 win Over rental uniforms hellams and placekicker Billy Dupre both out with mononucleosis and defensive end Jimmy Pope who is still bothered by a knee that underwent surgery last Spring. Otherwise most of the gamecocks should be in Good physical condition. Senior Tommy Suggs who already holds most of South Carolina s , will be at quarterback in a Backfield that will Start three juniors Tommy Simmons at fullback Billy Ray Rice at tailback and Jim Mitchell at flanker. All three lettered last season As backup men to since graduated America Wai fullback Rudy tailback and f flanker. At left Moye at by Dyches at Sumter May lose first by forfeit Sumter a the top ranked High school Fon bal team in South Carolina May have to forfeit its season open ing Victory last weekend. J the Sumter gamecocks ranked number one in the state in this week s associated press poll had Defeated Manning 46 20 last week. Dwayne Bowers a Junior Gibson cardinals Knock mets out of first place new York a Bob Gib son fired a five Nitter for his 21st Victory of the season Nitchi ing St. Louis to a 5-2 Victory Over new York Friday night that dropped the mets out of their share of the National league s East division Lead. The loss dropped new York Middle guard who saw action into second place hectic Cle Ivison quarterback Tom Kendrick leads tigers against Citadel cadets Clemson opens with Citadel 11 Clemson a crowd of is expected Here this afternoon when two old state rivals renew an acquaintance which has been dormant for 16 years now. Clemson opening under new coach Hootie Ingram entertains the Citadel starting its fifth year under Jimmy red Parker who believes this potentially is his Best team. The bulldogs wound up with a 7-3 record a year ago. Kickoff during the initial contest has no East race one half 8ame been declared ineligible to participate in the Grid sport. Sumter has appealed its Case to the state High school league. Bowers a second string j Torre 3b Middle guard for coach Steve i i Buterfield s team transferred i Brock if sob h by n6w yor0kb by 3100 Norrison is i o o o 3, he Gibson p 4010 2111 Garret 3120 Cjones 4112 Shamsky 1 Jill Marshall re 0000 Boswell 2b 3000 Grote c 4000 Caspar of 4000 Seav i 0000 3100 4130 4010 4011 3001 behind Pittsburgh and one half and Dave Marshall doubled for one run. Another run scored on Ken Boswell s sacrifice Fly. Joe Hague started the rally will a single and Joe Torre walked. Jose Cardenal s double into the left Field Corner drove in two runs and then Cardenal walked. Cleon Jones singled for i moved to third on a wild pitch game ahead of Chicago. Both the pirates and cubs had Fri Day off. Gibson allowed Only three sin Gles until the ninth Wen the mets broke through for both runs. A Avn Garrelt his third straight hit. Extending his hitting Streak to 19 games. Gle. Scored on Carl Taylor skin Montreal edges phils Kra poo pm 1000 Rtaylor p 0000 Singleton pm 1000 Herbel p 0000 31 5 6 a total 39 2 5 2 000 400 100 5 from Mancaster where played football last year. We be made an Appeal to the South Carolina High school league but we Haven t heard anything said Satterfield. Is Louis we thought Bowers eligible under the guardianship j Louis t. New York Rule to c Hen living with Cordenas. Marshall. Rule be s been living Wiki 1115 Simmons. Of hoi brother for 18 months and we discovered n o guardianship Napers had been taken out for him. Montreal a Carl j and walked two. Morton fired a two hitter and of o o Gary Sutherland s single in the eighth inning e i Montreal right hander his j 1 Gibson 9 Seaver h r Erbb so 52247 543-3 is p. M. In memorial stadium. Chris Bank senior Rick tackle and at Tony who Fusaro played the depth Freeman. Muir a is leaning heavily v Holloman As he expects to a red Zeigler sophomores three and four on defense 2 line will starting lineup. The 37-year-old coach h Evillia at these yearlings i Dave juniors and senior Junior by guard d a v Ard senior in the offensive lit Center b. B. Elvington a t right tackle. Tipkins at tigers will Bank the Junior gaining Hopes on Seni i end. A Ray Yauger War except ranks fifth in All tin since Rushing. Tommy be and who broke just Abo behind Sophomore p a s s i n presently is in sight in 69, Relur Lart guide the tigers a joining this a in the Backfield is Junior Dick Bukowsky at fullback and Sophomore Bobby Johnson at flanker. Parker is banking o n Sophomore John Rosa to run his triple option attack. The Jacksonville fla., Southpaw is apparently mastering the Gricate bulldog attack to at tournament thursday. In the championship of powerful Margaret court Florence invitational softball of Australia slammed into the women s final of the . Open championships Friday and Miles pitched a six hitter to faced Only one More obstacle pick up the win while Rosemary Casals of san Gardner hurled a seven hitter in a losing cause for uniform0. Elbert Long had two singles to Pace the losers at the plate. Churches scored the winning court makes finals of . Open Tennis Forest tills . Challenge round will face Tony Roche the australian left hander who is seeded no. 4. In the other bracket Wimbledon Champion John Newcombe seeded no. 2, plays Ken Rose Wall no. 3, in a Battle of the her bid for a rare new and old Breed of australian Tennis grand slam. Tennis. Seldom venturing to the net. She has such Long arms and but devastating from the Back court the 28-year old housewife Rua in the last of the eighth in from the country town of Albury neg on a single by Imilses. Force out and a double by Jim tin Imons. B Ville tvs Blank rams c h e s t e r f i e old outstanding team Effort the part of the Bennettsville erased Nancy Richey of san an Gelo tex., 6-1, 6-3. The 5-foot-2 miss Casaly thwarted just Short of the last round the previous two years advanced through a 6-2, 6-7, 6-2 Victory Over Virginia Wade of Britain who won the inaugural open Here in 1968. The tempestuous miss Wade blew a fuse Over a line Call in the second game of the third set after slaving off defeat with a scaring forehand in a sudden said Rosie. She can reach anything. You have to play twice As hard As you do against any other in set a t j he nod Over Terry Widel and Billy Watson. Watson has been sidelined the past week with illness and is not expected to who play. All conference tailback Bob Duncan who averaged 6.1 Yards a carry last season As a Sophomore spearheads the Citadel ground attack. He has been slowed somewhat by in juries during fall practice but is expected to be in most of the game. Jon Hall is Duncan s understudy and supposedly possesses All the necessary tools. Norm Seabrooks is a highly thought of Sophomore at tackle and is being groomed As the bulldogs next All America. Jim Lee is expected to provide a stopper at end. Flanking Elvington in the defensive Are two juniors Wayne Baker and Ralph Daniel and another Sophomore Danny Lundeen. At linebacker Are a senior Junior and Sopho More Jim Sursavage Larry Hefner and Heide Davis in that order. Herbel .1 0 0 we Seaver 2. Philadelphia Montreal of r h by a r Libi Stone if 4000 Sutherlnd 2b 4 0 2 1 Dovle 2b 4000 Phillips of 4000 of 4000 slab of 4010 4 0 0 0 Bailey if 3000 Irith Victory of the season As the Cor Var c 3000 Hotomon c 3010 Tiv inc Wick pm Philadelphia a Rii Zumski in 2 o i o Rocco brio in 3 o o o j Apos edged i Niide ipod i u Vul Kokh 3b 3 Loboy 3b 30io Harmon is 3 0 0 1 Hahn if 0100 2010 wine is 2000 Morton p 3000 29 0 2 0 total 29 1 5 1 .000 000 000 000 01 1 c. Shorf 4, Montreal s. In h r Erbb so l.8-15 .8 51107 Morton w.16-101 9 20022 Friday night. Coco Laboy opened the eighth off Phillies lefty Chris Short. 8- 15, with a single and was Sacri-1 fixed to second. Morton then i Montreal struck out before Sutherland his game Winner the Iii Fth i i i i o i Iff Short. Morton 16-10, struck out t of Wofford hosts christians Spartanburg the of a football season Here saturday loaded with returning Lel Termen i halfback Bobby Jordan was Ford terriers be r c he d i night at 8 p. M. Against the land both exhibited explosive j the leading scorer in the nation precariously atop a nine game winning Streak launch the 1970 Elon christians. Both squads have a roster Newberry plays wasps in opener Newberry the As yet untested. He added that Newberry College indians open their 1970 football season this saturday against the wasps from Emory and Henry College at . In Newberry. Indian head coach Fred Herren is generally pleased with Progress of team since the season. The men. At present Are relatively injury free but the reserves Are ready if needed. The wasps have a Young team with the exception of their defensive secondary. They Lack experience in several positions due to the graduation of 16 seniors from the 1969 team. They will be relying a great Deal on Little All America candidate Wayne Nease to Supply the running Power for their offence. Nease led his team in scoring and Rushing during the 1969 season. J coach Bill Mayo said he his wasps were much improved Over last season but he realized the team was Youthful and at the end of two weeks of practice the spirit determination and Hustle of the team were excellent. Herren thinks the Emory Virginia team poses a Tough test of the Indian s skill. We must Stop their running attack if we Are to Herren said. Much of the Load in stopping the Wasp running game will fall on linebackers Ken Pettus from Greenville and Mark Davis from Miami. Fla. Adding strength to Ben defensive j Backfield will be senior Billy Koch co Captain of the indians from Newberry and Saylor Fox from Buena Vista a. Fox has regained a great Deal of his Speed after being plagued with injuries for most of last season. Naia last season with 12fi Points a school record. His running mate is halfback David Currie a vicious Blocker and Fine Ball Carrier. The terriers were Hurt most in the defensive line where Sid Allred and Gordon Koleznar graduated. The starting linebackers and defensive Backfield return however. And stopped Tough Lenoir Jelon lost three key men in Rhyne 29-0 in those three con its offence last year tests. Quarterback Jimmy Arrington who passed for 1.527 Yards and i offences last season in running up winning records. Wofford had a.9-2 Mark with an offence which averaged 43.2 Points a game in the last nine contests. Elon had a 7-3 record and averaged 49.3 Points a game in the last three contests. The Elon offence scored 56 Points against Newberry and 63 Points against Gardner Webb Wofford returns its starting offence in tact except for the tight end spot where Sophomore de Wile take Over for Veteran Larry f o r g a c s quarterback Harold Chandler leads the terrier offence which broke in school records. The senior from Belton s. C., holds school records passes in for touchdown season 1 0 radial tire specialist Palmetto tire service Marion Hwy 662-0334 touchdown passes in a game three and Yards passing in a game 306. Behind him is fullback Clif Ford Boyd who came within 16 Yards of breaking the school record for Rushing in a season last year but did break the record for Yards in a game with 196. He gained Yards Rushing. Keys made by professional bonded locksmiths fludd s 2sosoutt1 Church St. 21 touchdowns running Back Emery Moore who rushed for 645 Yards and receiver Richard Mcgeorge who caught 58 passes for 910 Yards and 13 touchdowns for 88 Points both team highs. Florence airlines gained her composure after that. Over Chesterfield t h u r s d a y night in the first . Game of the season. Quarterback Billy Bundi Wasj mrs. Court and miss Casals cited for outstanding play Call a will play sunday for the title ing and the timely running of and the first prize that grand opening service Ricky Kirkley was another fac Tor in the Bennettsville cause. Bennettsville played Tough offence and broke through the Chesterfield line almost at will filters made to order residential commercial any size filter Large or Small Standard filter corp. E. Evans 669-5261 goes with it with the australian heavily favored. A Triumph will give her a sweep of the four major Cham French Wimbledon and previously Only by Maureen Little to Connolly in 1953. Teh 5-foot-9, 155-Pound aussie has won 19 of 24 tournaments this year and lost Only five of More than 100 matches. Semifinals in the men s Divi Sion Are scheduled saturday at the West Side Tennis club with Only Cliff Richie Nancy s 23 year old kid brother standing in the Way of a potent Ion austra Lian monopoly of this event. Young Tichey individual standout of the recent Davis it costs to to Send a child to the free Public schools excluding taxes. Changing times april 1970, p. 33 it Only costs a Litls More to go first class. John a Mcgraw n. Y. Giants 1j07 Stonewall Jackson Academy still has vacancies in most grades. 413 s. Dargan St. 669-4631 refreshments free Coke for everyone second Loop Road Nashua ferry Road two Days Friday and saturday september 11th 12th free balloons Candy for the children when accompanied by parents 100 free 100 s h Stamps with this Coupon and Purchase of 8 Gallons or Mort Goseline Ujj Nashua Road Esso. Address Good Only scum bar 11 17. 1970 free hamburger drinks to first 100 cars after . 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