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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - December 16, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeLynn View surprises Church packed Home House Pete Haulsee paces Victory with 21 Points Lynnes move into Lead in third period hold on to gain fifth win by Bill Dale times news sports writer Lynn View s Lynnes picked up their fifth win of the season Here tuesday night with a 43-40 decision Over the Church Hill pan thers before a packed House of 800 fans. Both teams were unable find scoring Range in the first two periods picking up Only 28 Points Between these two clubs in the first half. Co Captain Pete haul Sec Loci the winning attack before foul ing out late in the final period by racking up 21 Points 13 of. These coming in the. Last half. This was the first time a Lynn View player has hit Over the 201 Point Mark this season. Dallas Douglass wins Cage opener by 90-2 7 score Elizabethton Doug lass High s tigers opened their 1953-54 Cage season Here tues Day night by trouncing the Elizabethton five 90-27. Elizabethton teams gained an even split by taking the girls game in the opening contest 36 00 Richmond Lead the winning win against no losses and m Maiio closes out the season until after 10 wednesday dec. 16, 1953 Kingsport times Appalachia singes nets to win Over Appalachia Appalachia hit 45 per cent of their shots tuesday night to take a 75-63 Victory Over the Coeburn Blue knights. The win was the bulldogs Mayo came in with second High scoring honors for the winners with 10 Points. Joe Shelton and Dave haul Sec played an outstanding game on defense for the Lynnes tallied eight Points each. Southpaw Bob Bowen and Norman Tunnell led the losing girls with 16 markers while Fon Nie Turner led the Douglass girls with 13 tallies. Leon Graves poured 36 Points through the hoops to Lead the Douglass boys to win while far Ney led the losers with eight Points. Training school Washington College take wins Johnson City Tenn. East Tennessee state. Training school and Washington College j boys and the Lamar girls turned in victories in the Washington. County High school basketball Lou new tuesday night. Led by Center Walt Albers who hooped 19 Points and guard Christmas. Tom Powers of Coeburn took High scoring honors for the night with 28 Points. Frank Mumpower Charles Polly and Gary Kilbourne led the winning attack with and 13 Points respectively. The Coeburn girls won Coley Wallace fight tonight san Francisco weight title contenders Ezzard Charles and Coley Wallace Bat tie Here tonight in a 10-Roundj fight the outcome of which car Ries important implications. Former Champion Charles can strengthen his claims for another crack at the Crown he won in 1949 and lost in 1951 to Jersey Joe Walcott. He failed to regain it from Walcott and has been on the Challenge fringe since. If he does t win tonight he s in the parlance make his Christmas merrier with our opening game by taking a 61-36 of the fight mob. The this is a nationally televised decision. Elbin and winners with respectively. App Hlacha 75 Mumpower 18 cd. , 13 Polly. 14 Robin Ette led the 19 and 17 Points ton. F p c o g cock turn Oil Adkins 5 Kern. 10 Powers 28 Bray 5 Kluser 8 buddy Harl sell through who sent 17 the nets the Church Hill five with 18 and 15 j Points Points respectively. T u n n e school cagers were picked up seven of his Points at the foul line. The panthers jumped into an Early 2-0 Lead on a Ono hander by Lester Ball but Shelton hit a jump shot to tie the count and Haulsee put the Lynnes ahead for the first time. Tunnell tied the score with two foul shots and d. Haul Sec added another foul shot before Pete Shelton added jump shots to give the Lynnes 0-4 Lead at the end of the first the St i fall Branch led 16 to 13 at the Tunnell and Bowen led the Way of fel1 Bellind in the for the panthers in the second i 24 Points to a pressed nevertheless by a stub born Jonesboro Quint that kept the game close All the Way. Training school led 21 to 17 at the half. Washington College trimmed subs Appa Lachlin Lewalk 1, to Alwright r. Kilbourne 9, Thomas 2, Hallman Bays 2. Co Burn Stallart 2, Thomas a. Powers Huncher. East Stone Gap wins pair East Stone Gap spa East Stone Gap Defeated big Stone Gap in a double header Here tuesday night. The East Stone girls won the opening game 69-45, with Kath Erine Hamilton collecting 28 Points. Nila Lambert tallied 31 Points for big Stone. In the boys game Charles Nylon tweeds tradition under the tree encounter starting at 10 p. M., est in civic auditorium. Wallace 25, younger with the burning ambition to fill the shoes of his idol sex Champ Joe Louis is ready to try to obliterate the 32-year-old Charles. A special reason for Coley s ambition is the fact he played the part of Louis in the recently released movie debuting the life of the great former Champion. The experts a swayed by sentiment think Charles is a cer Tain Winner. Charles ring Wise lean and Tough has trained impressively. Last night s fights by United press Miami Beach Willie Pep 129, Hartford conn., out pointed Tony Longo 130, Baltimore r s a. 14 Points followed by Kaiui Nel son with 13. Morgan Hood of pall Branch period picking up 10 Points while j. Holding the winners to Lead Tho Lamal the Lynnes found the Range in the third stanza picking up 17 Points to take a Lead they never relinquished. Three of the tallied in the third period with p. , Mayo and d. collecting five and six Points each respectively. Church Hill fought Back in the final period picking up 15 Points while the winners were collecting 17 markers. The Lynn View bees made it a clean sweep by taking the preliminary contest 36-28. The baby Lynnes jumped into a 13-3 first period Lead then coasted on to win. Grcar and James Digger led the winning attack with nine and seven tallies each while Davis was collecting eight markers for the losers. The Lynnes travel Over to Bluff City to take on the powerful grizzlies Friday night in Lynn View s last contest before the Christmas holidays. Chipped in with 19 Points and Shirley Broyles tallied 13. Bob Satter Fiell knocked out Ray Chicago 184, Chicago Augustus 176, Topeka Kan. Toledo Ohio Pedro Gonza is164, Pittsburgh out polled King Solomon 164, Chicago 101. Jacksonville Fla Charlie Doc Williams 193, Jackson Ville fla., stopped Lou Brown 182, new York 3.i. Win. Kant Stone Oil pos. F Morris 22 win Ems 3 10 c Gembeh 5 g Hamilton 8 g subs enat Stone Poole 3. Son 1, Collier nig Slonic Ravel in 2. Score by quarters Stone my Mann 0 Allmon r Boston. 5 Wright 1 Lilton 1 East Stone u10 Stone 11 7 17 ii 13-60 10 18-41 new children s nose drops Quick effective Safe made especially to chock child s Hood cold sneezes sniffles watery misery St. Joseph nose drops for children contain Neo syn Ephrine. Other doctor approved medication in pure water base. 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