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19 Nov 1953

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19 Nov 1953

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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 19, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioPfc 12-athe times Star. Thursday november 19. 195j18-year Tennessee Jinx faces last Kentucky Victory Over vols was in 1935 Lexington ky., nov. 19�?�?Kentucky, in Contention for a possible postseason bowl bid and mathematically in the running for the Southeastern conference football title pins its chances on a Victory Over Tennessee saturday. The last time Kentucky Defeated the vols was is prominent role saturday these University it it of Kentucky Grinders May Tell the difference saturday afternoon when the wildcats resume their football relations with the Tennessee volunteers at Lexington a Stoll Field. Left to right Are 1 quarterback Bob Hardy Sophomore passer from Paducah 2 All american Candi Date Steve Meilinger a Bethlehem a product who will Start at halfback Ralph Paolone a hard driving fullback from new Castle pa., and 4 co captains Ray Correll of Somerset and Tommy Adkins of Corbin. Mosley leads aka c Grid team All Star squad named by conference coaches by Tom Kramer halfback Ray Mosley of Highlands Northern Kentucky s leading Point producer in Scholastic Gridiron circles this past season was the Only unanimous Choice on the 1953 All Nikac team selected by the coaches wednesday night at the Covington Myca. Mosley who scored 97 Points for the Highlands bluebirds a during the past Campaign received votes from All ten con j Ference football coaches. Holmes a Dave Bishop a Junior Erlanger Lloyd Ron men end was the Only other repeater Jde Bellevue Don line tampon the 1953 Northern Kentucky 1 ult cd Hill rising Ludlow athletic conference team. Mos re a Bruford Bellevue Joe Ley was named to last years p a a Al it or a a Laylor offensive squad and Bishop was Newport Public. Delta a in. Tram selection i Quot a in my a athe 1953 football Seavon was pie two Ludlow players get 1a, d Don Timme and Back Joe Daley pub a it. A were picked on the first teams Jame u it lab Nikac last season but just received pre enl to the Champion honorable mention this year. football trophy to Rice behind Mosley in the poll Mountjoy head coach of Dixie came Newport Public a Ron Heights. Spenlau a 200-Pound tackle. Kentucky Bob can a a ii Gena Terry Adrian Clark Dara Blihor Ray Munkley Bob Scott with eight votes. Center Gene Terry of Holmes and guard Bob Caldwell of Dixie Heights finished in a third place tie with even votes apiece. V a big burp Rise in the Nikac balloting was the fact that Dave Browning and Tom Fry. I High scoring halfback who sparked Dixie Heights to the conference championship. J failed to receive even an honorable mention. Browning was the second leading scorer in the local area. Here Are the teams All Nikac Grid members Here Are six members of the 1953 All Northern Kentucky athletic conference High school football squad selected by the coaches at a conference meeting wednesday night at the Covington my cd. They Are Center Gene Terry of Covington Holmes halfback Ray Mosley of Highlands end Dave Bishop of Covington Holmes end Bob Scott of Dixie Heights guard Bob Caldwell of Dixie Heights and halfback Adrian Clark of Campbell county. Boone hoop Nten in action Cage schedule Hebron hoi crop a ii Refl film Catholic. Sii or Al Mayo nor Hama Fhren Al Simon Rantan. Now to in at Gallatin Coal. Grant count at Florenea. A Cabala Al Tell share. My. Olivet at Haller. Rate rat now Haven at Walton Verona. Sunday St. Hinr at St. Francis seminar. Tuesday Wilion Verona at Cor woos. Alumni at Campbell county. Tutler at Angada. Grant count at Owens count. Can Tolona it Mercan. Sadly Villa it Lifard. First team ends Bob Scott Dixie Heights Dave Bishop Holmes and Gary jump Erlanger Lloyd three Way tie. Tackles Ron Spenlau new port Public and Bill Law High Jim Shuff in lands. Guards Jim Lewis Holmes and Bob Caldwell. Dixie Heights. Center Gene Terry Holmes. Opens schedule Florence and new Haven which dropped its opener to Grant county tuesday team far ahead Traves Gaii Atin county in inn wept to nine vie 0ther Ondr a tussles barks Adrian Clark Camp tories Over Florin club this the bearcats of Walton Bell county rav Mosley. High week to Serene then its first place Verona pry the lid off their lands Allen Foster Beechwood. Hold in the Northern Kentucky schedule saturday in a Confer and Darrell Ferguson Erlanger shuffleboard league. The Ginn knee game with new Haven at Lloyd. Crew now has 59 wins against the bearcats gym. Hebron cardinals defend-1 new Haven will be paced by ing Boone county Confer six foot two Center Mack judge a a Harp. Open Tho 1w a a 54 basketball season Frida judge the Only regular Back when they travel to lode from last years squad scored 15 Pendency to meet the Simon Points in the tigers opener. Kenton pioneers. A other starters Are Billy Webb Florence another Boone and Jerry Forward member pets into action berths and Bily Stephenson and Memder gets into action Jim Noe at the guards against Grant county at Walton Verona lost three regulars from last year including Donald Vest Johnny Grubbs and Sam Mosley. Vest is with the Transylvania College team and Grubbs is attending Centre. Regulars Back Are Center Billy Smith and guard Charles Roberts. Richard Courtney George Scott Jimmy Grubbs and Junior Dixon Are leading contenders for the Forward posts and Walt Ryan or Nolan Cole will team up with Roberts at the guards. Pen a fran Ron dui it a Grant Butler after. 2nd wins by Ralph Boschert Grant county and Butler will be gunning for their second straight wins of the Young season Friday in High school Cage action involving pen St Gran conference teams. Mendoza rebounded. The newly formed Grant county braves will travel guard Wayne Schneider is the to Boone county to meet the Florence knights and Butler Holmes Dave i Amis Hohm Quot twin Oaks. Steffen cafe at Flor Only other returning Cardinal s Host to it. Olivet of Robertson county. Ronnie White Erlanger Lloyd win club and berths bar at King regular Bui Henderson Mickey Augusta treks to Lewis county and Jim Fletcher Dixie Heights of clubs. T Onner and Louis c i Igler will meet Tollesboro in the Only while playing As a member of the honorable mentions include a meeting of All team Man Ash it out for the starting for odier game on fridays pen a Mason wildcats. The other Start Don tune Ludlow rav tur agers will be held at 8 15 p. M Ward posts and Bill Davis and Qian slate Rei Newport Public Kelley monday at twin Oaks. Forty Joe Stephens will vie for the fiannery. Newport Public Jack third Street and Michigan ave other guard berth. Florence which finished fourth in the conference last season with a 4-4 Mark has a Veteran squad returning. The knights will lineup with Jerry Dennler and Bernie Hudson at the forwards Charlie Utz at Center and Harold Marksberry Lafayette is first in state Louisville by nov. 19 a last weeks Victory Over previously unbeaten Lynch in the recreation bowl moved the Lexington Lafayette generals into first place in this weeks Litkenhous ratings of Kentucky High school football 10-0 went ahead of Paducah Tilghman 9-1 in the ratings. Paducah topped the state j list for four straight weeks. Rounding out the top five Are a Lynch Owensboro High and Louisville Flaget. Covington Holmes 9-1 leads the 11 Northern Kentucky teams in the state poll. Tom a Ellis bulldogs Are ranked sixth. Other Northern Kentucky ratings Newport Catholic 11th, 74.2 Dixie weights 12th, 73.2 Erlanger Lloyd 13th, 72.2 Highlands 31st, 63.8 Newport Public 38th, 61.2 Beechwood 64th, 47.4 Bellevue 83rd, 38.7 Dayton 85th 38.3 Campbell county 92nd, 31.9 and Ludlow 97th,28.0. The top 25 i 1 Lexington Lafayette. Gig i 2. Paducah Tilghman. Go l a 3. Lynch. A egg 7 4 Owensboro High a 5 Louisville Flaget. A i. Covington Holmes. 7, Louisville male. 8 Mayfield. 1.9, Louisville St Xavier 10. Franklin Sampson. �11. Newport Catholic. 12 Dixie Heights. �13. Erlanger Lloyt. 114 Hopkinsville. ,15. Catlettsburg. Lyl Cumberland. A. 17. Madisonville. J 18 Jenkins. A. A 19 Murray. 20. Pineville. �21. Prestonsburg. 22. Louisville manual. �23 Sturgis. 24. Middlesboro. 25 Pikeville years ago. A Homecoming crowd of 36,000 will be in the stands. The game will be televised wave to Louisville assuring the largest audience Ever to see these Dixie rivals. A Quot Tennessee has its usual Type football team except it la better this year on offence a said Ermal Allen the Kentucky assistant coach who has been scouting the vols. A there is no change in its system since Gen. Bob Neyland retired. Tennessee has some players that could make anybody a Jimmy Wade the Multi talented tailback whose total offence Mark for eight games is 835 Yards was called a terrific on both offence and defense by the Kentucky assistant. Allen cited the offensive play of fullbacks Ted Schwanger and Tom Tracy and observed a its unfortunate they Are on the same both have Rushing averages above 4.5 Yards. Tennessee coach Harvey Robinson promoted after Gen. Neyland a retirement commented a this looks like one of the toughest games Tennessee will have to play this year. If we can beat Kentucky the season willbe pretty he noted that Kentucky quarterback Bob Hardy and halfback Steve Meilinger whom he called a one of the Best in the business today a would give Strong Competition for Wade and Tracy. Kentucky and Tennessee Bear almost identical records. Each lost its first two games then recovered to go undefeated since. Us Tennessee Grid history by. Tena. 1893 m a 1888 0 11 1801 s 1904 .11 a a 1807a a 19080 8 190817 0 1819 to a 191113 a 101213 a 18137 13 19144. 33 19150 0 1914i0 0 101013 19207 14 1021 0,0 19227 14 1023 a. 0 is 182427 8 192523 30 1026 0 a 10270 30 1028 0 0 18296 8 19300 a 10314 4 19320 34 1033a 33 10340 19 103527 0 10366 7 10370 13 10380 48 183�0 18 18400 33 10417 30 10420 34 194413 34 104413 36 10460 14 10440 7 10474. 13 19480 6 10400 a 10500 7 10510 28 105214 14 Kentucky won 11. Tennessee won 20. Ties 8. V k u k u. K u. K v. K 32, u. K. 18. U. K 19. U. K 40, u. K 20. Tennessee Tennessee 7. Tennessee 40. Tennessee 40, Tennessee 59. Tennessee 20. Tennessee 32. Tennessee 0, records Kentucky win 6. Lose 2, tie 1 6. Texes a. End m. 6. Mississippi 16. Florida 6. L. 8. U. Mississippi state Rice Villa Nova Vanderbilt Memphis Sute Tennessee win 5. Lose 2. Tie 1 0. Mississippi state Duke Chattanooga Alabama Louisville North Carolina l 8 u. Florida 7 22 13 6 13 13 0 14 7 83 3 82 2 77.5 77 4 77.3 74 5 76.0 74 2 73 2 72 2 72 2 71 5 70 4 70 3 67.6 67 2 66 9 66 6 66 4 66 3 65 8 65 8 second team four defeats. Ends Don Harris Newport a ther resulta Steffen cafe 5, Public and Bill Garrison Beech berth Rar t1&Quot a a 5. �111-Vkood. S,f1e country club 4 sportsman tackles Dick hutchcraft Rar 0 Kin of clubs 0 ottes Beechwood Dave Kaiser Day Ion Mark cafe 5, Klaene a cafe ton. And Trapp Campbell coun u a gtd Hie Del shall 9, j. A j. To Tiei cafe 0. Guards Milt mat Kin Erlanger six matches will be contested Lloyd and Jack King Bellevue next tuesday night. The sched Center Don Waddell High ule sportsman bar at Ginn s inn lands. Question Mark cafe at Heidell a backs Bill Sharkey Rusk. Hillside country club at Dixie Heights Phil Wolff Klenes cafe a amp j. Cafe at Northern Kentucky fans will get their first look this season at a big John Crigler. The six-f6ot-two Hebron Star who broke All local scoring records last season. Crigler who plays the Pivot has two chief shots the Hook and the jump hut ran also Acore from far out if the occasion demands it. He is a tre Kruempelman Beechwood Irvin nue Covington. A you get double m k met insurance from a modern automat s Gas Range r / i or will be selected from guard Donald Brown or Forward Jack Wilson. The braves a consolidation of Corinth Mason Crit Tenten and dry Ridge will play their Home top cooking performance new Kitchen Beauty certainly this it the right Robt nation for renewing your plea ure in the a routine i per Pang tempting Notri Tiou meal to Day s new improved Gas Range have every dreamed of Convene ence. They re la ter cleaner cooler and More economical too you la even find yourself trying out new do Heth serving More broiled and baked meal. 0 healthful for i he entire Famich if tin mod fun automatic Cal 0angis on do stat at v0ub a0ni-Anci Gialias 01 the Dapat mint Stoffl Topaz 1 and remember Low Eoff a from City mama x a really dependable cooking fuel. The Union Light i at and Power co. Grant county coached by Eugene Robinson made an auspicious Start tuesday by scalping new Haven 79-50 certain starters for the braves Are Richard games at the former dry Ridge at Forward Larry Carter at gym. Renter Willie Lawrence at j Butler opening up with a 30 guard and Dick Simpson. Point win Over St. Thomas will Simpson who Buck eted 19 be led by six foot six Center and Larry Yelton at guards. Utz Points in the opener against new Virgil Butler. Butler poured 22 was a starting guard last season have a will either Start at guard Points through the hoops in the but has been shifted to Center or Forward. Simpson made the lid lifter. To replace Irvin Luck who Kentucky times Star All other Butler starters will be graduated. Pen a Gran Fust team last year Ralph Biddle and Harold Antro bus at forwards and Ronnie Moreland and Robert Gillispie at guards. Augusta will be seeking its third win in four starts in us Battle with Tollesboro. The panthers have trounced Minerva and St. Patrick of Mays Ville while losing to . Chief Panther Point maker is six foot one Center Jim fray sure who has tossed in 66 Points in the first three games for a healthy 22 per game average. Other Augusta starters Are Art Taylor and Louis Edwards at guards Wuth Clarence Hargett Russell Gault and Ronnie Thorn Bury fighting it out for the starting Forward berths. Tollesboro coach to enter service Maysville ky., nov. 19-former Maysville High school basketball Star Elza Whalen now head coach at Tollesboro High will be inducted into the armed forces dec. 16 from the Mason county local Board. Georgetown five opens saturday Georgetown ky., nov. 19 a up a Georgetown a colleges a basketball team under its new i coach Rob Davis launches a 23-1 game schedule saturday night playing Southern Baptist sem Jinar. Newcomers to the squad include red Pitts Transfer student from University of Tennessee and Howard Alexander who saw service last season at High Point College averaging 19.9 Points a game. The schedule november 21�?southern Baptist Seminary 24 Morehead. December 1�?clnrinnau Bibl seminar. 5 at Louisville 7�?au�tln Peay he at Bellarmine 12 at Transylvania 15�?tusculum, 17�?at Marshall. January 1 at Austin Peay 3�?at Belmont 7 Centre 0�?wesleyan 12�?at Union 16 at Morehead 23�?at Berea 26�?Transylvania 30�?Union. February 4�? Bellarmine 6�?belmont is Al Wesleyan 16 at Centre 10�? Lipez 22-24 Kiac tournament at Lex Lnu ton Kentucky which winds up this week has a 6-2-1 record while Tennessee with two other games remaining has 5-2-1. Comparative scores lean toward Kentucky off the rivals games with Mississippi state and Florida while Tennessee shows the Edge on the Louisiana state tilt. Kentucky a Success May depend to a Large degree on its ability to Stop Wade. The wildcats were one of the two teams to Stop Jackie Parker the Mississippi state Ace who plunged Hii team to an Early season Romp Over Tennessee. Kentucky Hasni to scored much against Tennessee showing Only 92 Points to Tennessee a 418 since 1926, Correll returns to Wildcat drills Lexington ky., nov. 1�? up a University of kentucky1 football practice today will by devoted to passing and kicking. This was announced by coach Paul Bryant yesterday when the Grinders ended another Light workout prepping for the Tennessee game saturday. The teams Outlook was bolstered with the return of guard Ray Correll and Center Dave Kuhn from the University s infirmary. They were hospitalized tuesday with a virus infection. Wednesday the team worked on offensive and defensive plays against the single Wing system. Friday Bryant said would be devoted to nothing More than a a lumbering up us Grid statistics team statistics nine games a. Opp. First Down. 136 us a total play. 547 567 total offence net Caln 2.675 2.022 net Yards re shunt ____1,833 1.424 net Yards sync. 840 508 passes attempted. Ill 130 passes completed. 53 51 passes intercepted by. 18 0 Yards return interceptions 276 84 number punts. 45 48 average punt. 36 4 34.8 average punt return 10.3 7.5 fumbles. 38 27 fumbles lost. 21 13 number penalties at Arnst .57 46 Yards penalised 475 368 a exclude punts. Individual statistics Over 18 carries no net aver rushes Caln Caln Paolone Mellon to or Platt Shatto. Full lion Hardy. Re shunt. 06 64 29 41 30 83 20 552 281 371 170 100 85 71 tabbing had net scor. Att. Comp. Pet. Int g n pass Hardy. 41 32 53 6 3 381 b Hunt 28 15 53 5 2 241 5 Shatto. 36 10 38 5 1 154 1 Hughes 11 5 45 4 2 38 0 funding times yes had a. A kicked kicked bled. Kick Mellon to. 34 1.254 0 31 Moloney 4 124 0 31 interception returns two or More no. Yards intercept ret. To Platt. 2 88 me Illner. 4 a a Williams. 2 40 Hughes 2 20 Schne Llenberger 2 6�?~ punt returns no. Ret. Yes ret. Avg to d Mitchell. 564 12.8 Meilinger. 7 60 8.5 Mills. 4 40 10 0 Shatto. L 12 12.8 Kickoff returns three or More k. O. At ret. Net Caln of Meilinger. 7 127 18 d. Mitchell 3 80 28 scoring 12 or More ..fg. Fig. To r h pcs at my at. M e. 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