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Furman Basketball, 1952-1953
Newspaper Articles:

"Dr. Nelson to be M.C.; Program is given for annual FU cage banquet"
"Food, fun, fellowship to abound as outstanding Furman squad is feted"
"Gordon is ‘Good Big Man’ in FU’s hardwood lineup," photo included
"Granger termed ‘Old Reliable’ of FU cage quintet," photo included
"Chambers stellar performer on FU hardwood quintet," photo included
"6-6 Pigg to be missed by team next season," photo included
"B. Roberts added strength, depth to FU reserves," photo included
"Selvy breaking, making national hardwood records," photo included
"Bennet called hardest worker on FU’s quintet," photo included
"Deardorff fills gap in Furman’s hardwood lineup," photo included
"Gay works hard, should see much future service," photo included
"Wright rounding into early form as FU cagester," photo included
"Fraley started slow, finished like a veteran," photo included
"Thomas learning fast; his future should be bright," photo included
"Managers played important role in FU’s success," photos of Toma Payne, Joe Small and John Plyler, Jr. included
"FU supporters say Alley best in cage business," photo included
"Furman sets 3 new national scoring records; Individual scoring given"
"‘52-‘53 team is most outstanding to represent Furman on hardwood; National records set during fast season"
"Furman’s record in cage battles"
"Granger official photographer for Purple Paladins," photo included
"Coggins handled publicity for FU hardwood quintet," photo included