Swafford file Bill Swafford 27 Jan1972

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Swafford file Bill Swafford 27 Jan1972 - Union Host To Campbellsville 105 the and six...
Union Host To Campbellsville 105 the and six news The Bulldogs of Union College, after suffering defeat to Transylvania University last night by the score of 73 to 60, will face three straight KIAC rivals in the next week in their fight for;the":Confercnce-crpwn. :Th« BOndogifWith arr : tfvetall ' record 'now stands 'atHttHrins and eight losses, playjiott to the Campbellsville Tigers Thur- sday night (Jan. 27), then travel to Berea Saturday night (Jan. 29) and Oakland City Monday night (Jan. 31) for the two crucial road battles. Union must win all three if they are to remain in contention with conference leader Cumberland (7-0 in league play, compared to the Bulldogs' 3-2 record). Last night against Tran- sylvania, Grady Wilson hit for 22 points in a losing cause as Union fell to their second straight defeat. Wilson turned in another superb defensive performance, limiting Transy's Everett Bass to only three points. Behind Wilson in scoring were Phil Storm with 14 and Terry Smallwood, with 10. Union traveled to Camp- bellsville last Saturday night, and the Tigers beat the Bulldogs 83-73. Bill Swafford, the second leading scorer in the KIAC (2i.3 ppg.), pumped in 31 points, as teammate Terry Smallwood added 13 to the Bulldogs' final tally. -The loss tightened the KIAC race for second place between-Union, Oakland City, and Campbellsville. Bill -Swafford again led rittife way witir 32 points Thursilayp night of last week Bulldogs thrashed LMU, 102-84. Terry Smallwood clipped in 18 to further the Union cause, as the Bulldogs placed five men in double figures while attaining their eleventh victory. Thursday night on their home court^the Bulldogs will seek revenge} against Camp- bellsville, who are second in defense in the KIAC. Saturday night they encounter the Berea Mountaineers of W.C. Sargeant, who dropped in earlier decision (Jan. 6-87 to 78) on the Bulldogs' home floor. In Oakland City, they faceittie number one scorer in the KIAC, Jim Fleming, sports a 26.2 average. East Ward Whips W'burg; Lynn Camp Beats Teachers The East Ward Greenwave kept their undefeated record intact last night with an easy 62- 18 win over the Williamsburg Bucks, undefeated until last night. In the second game of the March of Dimes Benefit doubleheader the Lynn Camp Teachers walloped a similar team from Corbin 66-37. Terry Green with 15 points on seven fielders and a free throw led the Greenwave in scoring followed by Benny Gilbert with nine and Bill Branaman with eight- Ellison with six points was tops for the visiting William- sburg Little Leagurers. The Greenwave led after a quarter of play by 14-2 and at halftime 24-13. They started the final six minutes leading 48-13. Mike Mills of Lynn Camp tossed in 28 points against the Corbin Teachers followed by David Evans with 15 and Calvin Big Ten Investigates Vaughn with 12. Phil Gregory and Jimmy Watkins had nine points each for the local teachers with Bruce Farris netting eight. Individual Scoring Eastward Jerry Green Benny Gilbert Bill Branaman Earl Abner Dale Greer D.Maxey W.B.Noe Ted Salmons K.Pace fg 7 4 4 1 1 1 1 0 3 ft 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tp 15 9 8 2 2 2 2 0 6

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  1. The Corbin Times-Tribune,
  2. 27 Jan 1972, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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