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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - February 4, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeLynnes get revenge Over Sullivan improving Lynn View takes game 39-35 moves into ulc 2nd spot by Frank Creast times news sports writer Lynn View s Ever improving Lynnes playing before a capacity Home crowd hoisted their season s basketball record out of the red Ink last night by out scrapping Cross City rival Sullivan 39-35. And Don t let that Low score fool you. The Lynnes revenge Triumph Over the bucs was anything but slow methodical from Start to finish the Lynnes showed the screaming throng they were Bent on win Ning their tenth game of the season and coach Bill Caton s flu crippled pirates were just As determined to extend a four game winning Streak. Coach Carl Matherly s Lynnes after losing six straight before winning a game this season have now won ten of. 19 dates. Went into the Battle with a 10-4 slate. Also any mathematical Hopes the Lynnes or bucs had of remaining in the upper lakes conference picture hinged on the outcome. Lynn View is now firmly nestled in second place Church Hill romps Over Church Hill Church Hill s panthers delighted a Home crowd with their 17th Victory of the season last night soundly trouncing Sneedville 86 39. Coach Sam Taylor s Quint which has lost Only four games began clicking in 8 wednesday feb. 4, 1953 Kingsport times the Early seconds and continued a Blis of the ulc with a 6-3 Loop Mark tearing Pace through four periods. The bucs have Felt defeat in pour of the Church Hill starters the Odd games of seven league scored in the double figures but outings. Norman Tunnell s 35 Points Wasj in their earlier meeting this the Best Effort of the evening. Campaign Sullivan came out Mil Long end of a 50-42 score not Wilt under the constant pressure. The pirates held a 4-2 Edge Early in the first period but after Johnny Barnes 45-foot set shot gave the Mather Lymen a command they held it. Jimmy Fleming Glenn Gott and Barnes set the Pace for the Low scoring victors Fleming get Ting 10 and Gott and Barnes eight each. However Max Bishop who had been stricken with flu and visited a doctor for permission to play looped in 15 markers for the pirates and individual scoring honors. Bishop Benny Collings and Emerson Poe were on coach Caton s disabled list with flu monday and George Bailey was out with a sprained ankle All but Poe were Able to Start the game though they were visibly hampered. Carl Childress played what was probably his Best game of the year for Sullivan Ball Hawk ing wrestling for rebounds and plunking in nine Points. Barnes came into the game when it was Only three minutes old and with two mid court net strippers and a looping driving one hander he staked the Lynnes to margin. A 10-6 first Quarter Gott worked into the open under the Basket for two Quick f t c Sneedville Homer 2 Brogan. 31 Cloud 2 j. Anderson. 22 Lawson 4 25 20 21 23-b6 3 19 8 8-39 Creasy. 13 Arnold 8 o score by quarters Church Hill Sneedville subs Church hij1-l. Ball 4. B. Ball 1, Russell Christian Dykes. Sneedville but Tery 2, h. Anderson 1. Debord 3. State College set for thursday Date Johnson City Tenn. East Tennessee state College s winning basketball team with 16 victories and three defeats on the books will swing Back into action Here thursday night against Lincoln memorial University of Harrogate. The game will Start at 8 p.m., at the College memorial building gym. The bucs Defeated the rail splitters 60 to 45, in a recent game on the rail splitters floor. State has one other game scheduled this week meeting the Union College bulldogs of Barbourville by. Here saturday night. Guard Rusty Woy continued to Pace state s individual scor ers. He has 272 Points in 19 big b. Gwinn beams from Here to there after a Success Ful 70-minute Battle Landing this 1351a-Pound tuna off the fort Lauderdale fla., coast. The live loot seven Inch Beauty put the Denver colo., sportsman head in fort Lauderdale s 23rd annual Winter fishing Derby. Aba Betsy drops Bristol 67-56, towin20tkbasketballtilt baskets and Barnes flipped in a i games. Woy from Chattanooga is trailed by his running mate at guard Gary Mcginnis of Kings port who has k59 Points. Two other scorers Are at or Over uie 200-Mark. Forward Hal Morrison has 205 Points and Forward Herb Weaver 200 even. Morrison is from Kingsport and Weaver from Roanoke a. Emory and Henry thumps Concord by 80-75 margin Emory a. And Henry outscored Concord col lege 80-75, in a tight Basket Ball game Here tuesday night. The losers achieved some slight measure of Consolation when they held the wasps High scoring Forward Phil Long to 24 Points. Long s shooting was below his usual standing As he connected on Only eight of 117 Field goal tries and missed 111 free throw efforts. Ohe hander from the Corner As the second Quarter began giving the Lynnes their biggest bulge of the game at 16-6. By intermission the bucs had whittled the margin to 19-15, though. Bishop on beautifully executed fakes found the Range for two baskets Howie Dorton and Jack Hicks hit jump shots and Collings cashed a foul Chance for Sullivan while Flem ing was netting a fielder and a foul for Lynn View. Again late in the third period the Lynnes enjoyed a 10-Point spread at 31-21, and went into the final stanza leading 31-22. Bishop Childress and Dorton took advantage of free throw opportunities to trim Sullivan s deficit to five Points and Chil dress dribbled the length of the court with an intercepted pass to make the Gap three Points. The Lynnes were on the Long end of a 38-32 score after her Schel Davidson s Crip shot and Don Begley s foul with two min Lutes remaining but Sullivan still j would t quit. Bishop stomped under the hoop for a Lay up and seconds later dropped in a free shot to make it 38-35. Fleming then capped the night s scoring a free shot and Lynn View staged a successful freeze for the final minute. Elizabethton ing Back from a 21 to 16 first Quarter deficit the Elizabethton cyclones grabbed their 20th basketball win of the season Here i tuesday night defeating ten Nessee High of Bristol 67 to 56. I the win was Elizabeth ton s fifth in big five conference play this season against one de one Point loss to Kings i port. J the defeat was Bristol s fifth new York heavy against one Victory within the weight Champion Rocky mar j circuit Ciano and sex Champ Jersey Walcott Are Licking their chops today at the Prospect of a Mil Marciano Walcott return expected to draw million Bux by Jack hand Bill Spivey Sparks team to 65-37 win Over stars Bill Spivey and his Vagabond Kings combined some of j the finest Ball handling and passing seen in this Section j All season to Speed by the City league All stars 65-37, be fore a packed House at the civic auditorium tuesday night i Spivey picked up 26 Points to dominate the offensive1 play completely and was a standout in the rebound depart Mike and Steve Macula followed with 15 and 10 Points text american league min k 2nd 3rd Sunn Greer of no Nemo Nemo total Dape department players ahem Erwin Owen Aspy Nemo total Power department players Nottingham Deatherage Reppeto Dishner Cookenour Richard total research n e. 2 players Slemp ill key Sievers Thompson total Arlin division players say Lor Brummitt Cassidy Nemo Nemo total organic chemicals players Watkins forfeit ten to players Baxter Johnson Willett King Altom total engineers no. 2 players p. Murrell Patterson 140 157 124 130 120 671 1st 142 166 200 178 130 816 1st 149 139 135 132 1st 154 144 162 is 145 191 152 130 120 738 and 142 134 147 153 130 706 145 111 165 167 132 720 no in 144 Ifil respectively. The vagabonds zoomed into a 15-8 Lead at the first Stop and increased this to a 37-17 differ ence at halftime. They held a i Safe 56-25 working Edge As the i final stanza opened and began 390 clowning around with a wide of fancy Ball Han 13 150 100 130 As 2044 i assortment 3rd 168 142 120 166 715 223 174 Tell. Idling. 424. The five pointers took a thrilling 27-25 Victory from the East Tennessee state College lassies in an opener that went into an extra period before the Winner was decided. With 10 seconds to go in the is game Mary Ruth Slagle Sank a set shot for Etc to tie the bom count Iii a ii and the extra period. Blanche Pear son picked up two foul shots and Virginia Gilley added a Field 505 i goal in Tho overtime stanza to provide the Victory margin. In All Sla m. Macula. 15 f is vaulting Champion Bob Richards is a picture of Superb form and muscular coordination Clearing 15 feet at Madison Square Gar Den. The Laverne calif., Parson continues to dominate the pole vaulting Field. Nea i 1st 176 201 190 130 120 817 153 198 130 120 782 ind lit Rrt 210 14b 190 130 120 3rd 150 Smallwood total 1s4 120 137 235 176 832 1st 147 123 177 130 726 3nd 188 176 135 148 151 798 sri 182 145 161 191 157 3rd 173 148 144 153 136 players Bailey Greear total Nemons players Hansen Terc girls league Elizabethton rallied to score the Vikings 18-8, in the second period and finished up Travis Brown out Wilson total lion Dollar plus Gate for a 34.29 Iead at Intermix april 10 title re match at Chi Sion Cago stadium. The cyclones picked up four Jim Norris president of the More Points in the third Quarter International boxing club an out hitting the Bristol five 18 bounced the bout yesterday aft to 14. They led 52 to 43 at the in Lettes placers Ralston yokum or six weeks of wrangling about three Quarter Stop. The the final agreement by Jack Gams and Budd was made with Angela shared scoring Hon Mowdy total steam roller players Hines 157 106 118 102 no 583 119 141 109 133 110 115 75 dra attorney for the Ailin ors for Elizabethton with 16 Lix Bocchicchio Walcott s to Campsen hooped 15. Aser. Each fighter will get Sorah. I f Hawkins. 16 f tat.-. 10 c . 2 g Wanner. 8 o s pour in Cornwell Carter. 4 keys. It Payne. 1ft subs Ham monds 8. Candace 5, j. Tate 1, win Par 5. Pirp 5. K. Greer 3. C. Greer. Sulphur Springs Bowman 5. Stone 2, Saylor 1, Gardner 5. Mosier 3. East Stone Gap spa Pound High swept Boih ends of. A twin Bill from East Stone h m there tuesday night in thrilling j Kocl Svi Ilc upset. I games. The Pound girls took a 75-72 j decision in the opener and the 63-55, by Newport ticked off Gate City swept in the Nightcap. Rogersville and i fishing Cocks rallied in the second half to take a 63-55 first decision from Fust game Here tuesday night double header basketball Gram from St. Charles last after the Dev Lettes had Frol iced to a 65-17 win their 12th straight the Blue devils Fol Lowed with a comparatively easy. East the invaders who dropped 53-35 nod in the feature. Betty Templeton s 28 Points made the girls Victory easy Anc klan 7 i Eddie Richmond who was ing his first game of the year after being out with an infected foot hooped 14 markers to Lead the devils. Pennington splits with leu Frosh Pennington Gap a. Spa High school split a twin Bill with Lincoln memorial University Frosh Baske Teers Here tonight. Bettyjo Fields with 21 Points led the girls sex Tette 17-Point decision to Rogersville in an earlier game were on the Short end of a 36-28 count at halftime. But poured on the steam to win going away. Coach Burleigh Davis team played without the services of _ _ starting guards Edmund Hamp build my 75 and twist ing. Ton and John Leonard and rolled to easy victories m sub Winstead. A11 Tennessee Eastman recreation three Are Viti by j win in Terc league Jid Winstead were also Kee s 18-Point pitching. Butch Murray hit seven times for hic. Took a 25-8 nod Over spinning in the second game. The winners held a 9-6 halftime Lead and limited spinning to two Points in the final half. Fern Salyer picked up 10 Points to a 52-27 Triumph but the for twisting while Cletus Carter girls league tuesday night. Anco the us outplay corporation behind Frances vision boys had Little trouble taking a 53-29 decision. Was netting six of the losing to Tal. Big time basketball players Are paid to advertise Industrial products or outdoors in june. But Al Weill his manager and i were so sure he d sign that i be been up Here training for three weeks. Broome 1. Herlion 1. 2. Mumpower 2. 2. Sams 4. Turn 4. G. Meredith 1. Douglass wins Over Bristol team 47-33 Sullivan 3j Dorton. F Collinss. F Bishop c Bailey t Childress. 5 Hicks. A i Hii con. R totals Lynn View 39 file Mann Haulsee. F Davidson f Gott. C r. Begley. E d. Beg lev. G Barnes. K Maness. F totals score by quarters Sullivan Lynn View old reals Jones Fig 1 h or. 19 it of 1-2 2-4 9-9 2-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 13-23 it 2-9 2-4 2-2 2-7 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 9-29 g 9 7 12-35 12 8-38 Ray Hulf. A team game in Ulsan rift Ros. Lynn View Springs. 1 f Marcum 6 Edmunds. 10 f Crigger. 13 Klepper. 5 c Mays Steadman. 7 g Shelton. 3 Qullar. G Haulsee. 5 Sullivan Spur Neon 1. Harrell. Kestner. 2. Silver. Lynn View Greer. Bishoo 2. Moffett Gilliam. Smith Taylor. Bluff City stops Bristol bearcats Bristol . Bluff City gained the Lead in the first minute of play tues Day night and never let go to shoot out a 46-38 Victory Over Virginia High of Bristol and gain revenge for an earlier defeat at the hands of the bearcats. Coach Charlie Fleming s grizzlies led 10-6 at the Quarter and fattened their advantage to 20 new York believes Chuck Davey is mismatched with kid Gavilan about it on the sports pages. One Douglass High of Kingsport went on a fourth period scoring spree to Knock off Douglass High of Bristol 47-33, last night. James Leeper and Nathan Blye accounted for 37 of the Kings porters Points Leeper getting 19 and Blye 18, while Bob Laws was pacing the Bristol Quint with 12 markers. The first half was played on virtually even terms though Kingsport managed to Lead 22-18 at intermission. Late in the third period the tigers began connect almost would suspect that a and with three minutes left Tain amount of intercity Jeal-1 m the game the Issue was Lousy was involved but we Are. A. s been my bread and i i butter a Long time. But if they Field trial Champion by Gayle Talbot new York is difficult to recall when there was such a Sharp diversity of opinion about the Worth of an Imp end assured by a number of _ ing prize fight As there is about nent figures in the local Rjake 1c the kid Gavilan Chuck Davey that this in t True. Ull i our id welterweight championship bout believe one of them said to be fought at Chicago and Ain t my business to Knock the nation s television sets week from tonight. Out in Chicago they put this fight on in the Courtland a a. Expect it to be one of the great Garden which they would t i Stone Croft babe today was the est events since the fire. The have i would say the same j National Field trial club s free word is that Chicago stadium thing. Davey Ain t got any Busi for All Champion the first of her will be packed to the limits of Ness yet in the same ring with sex to hold the coveted title in standing room to watch fellow like Gavilan. A decade. The 26-year-old sensation from if the kid wants of the female Pointer finished Michigan state fight the first course you never hell Strong in her three hour finals bought the services of Jim 15-Rounder of his career that boy up terrible and heats yesterday to Home Pollard from the san Diego the Crafty and Able Champion make them Stop it before half the top prize of to her amateurs for s2500. Pollard. By Murray Olderman Nea staff correspondent first of a series new York Nea be Hind the veil of amateurism and the Amateur athletic Union big time basketball is be ing used to promote and Ped dle Industrial products. Such teams As the Phillips oilers and the Peoria Cater pillars perennially Are among the country s finest College or professional because., they command the finest in Talent Able to resist the Blandishments of pro offers up to annually. Every four years these Industry sponsored aau teams manned by players who be used the game to promote careers dominate the olympic games and the american squad. Sports editor Russ Lynch of Milwaukee says. The exploitation of Industrial basketball for advertising and sales pro motion is a Black Eye for Amateur sports. It Dan Ferris National aau Secretary argues we do not feel it s morally wrong for companies to go out and get basketball players to work for them As Long As they stay within the Amateur j an All America eager from j the. University of san fran Cisco received to play in the National aau tourney. He i was offered a Bonus j to play the next season. The Oakland bitters from Cuba. The Chicago sports pages Are Way. No boy who s had Only 38iowner. Mrs. A. Acton Hall of fights should be matched against Cincinnati o. Ablaze with Advance stories from j any Champion much less a real she was handled by Howard the respective training Camps Good one like Gavilan. Sure Kirk of Macon miss. And Replete with interviews in won All but two of them and the babe daughter of famed which Gavilan is quoted in they were draws but who has did t have a single con broken English As saying he will whipped i la Tell during the first hour and a Stop Heem in seven or eight Liams and Rocky Graziano both half of her heat but she had rounds and Davey replies in Cul of pm washed up and Chico five contacts during the last tured College accents that the Champ must be talking to keep up his Confidence. One paper is conducting a poll of its readers on the probable Winner. That s How it is in Chicago. In this City which once was widely known As the nation s boxing 8 Midway of the second Canto capital the fight is regarded As Bristol came surging Back and a bad mismatch a serious mis narrowed the Gap to 25-20 at the take on the part of Davey s Han intermission but could up to this Point Al catch up. Most nothing has appeared Vejar a Good boy who rushed too fast too. The first two covers required relocation. The other if you want to know what i j three were handled cleanly think. I Don t think this fight j the new Champion s ground would have been made if it race was exceptionally Fine Al was t for television. All those i though she was competing in millions have seen Davey in his biggest fights and they think he s a world beater. They Don t Only her second National free for All stake. No official runner up is named see his faults the Way we f Al but the gallery Ranger s lows in the business do. Pete Pointer owned by see them when Gavilan goes w. H. Wallingford Prince uni or Vii i fun 1x7 work on him. I ton w. A. Then a Stanford student was on the payroll without work ing. But you la never find a Check in my he says. They were All sent to my perpetrating fraud Don Barksdale of the 1948 olympic team was paid s600 a month by the bitters and set up in an ice Cream business Beer distributorship and disc jockey show. He laughed at a contract offer by the new York knickerbockers. Walter Dukes Seton Hall s 6-11 All America Center was asked recently if a Bonus could entice him to play pro basketball. He scoffed i be been Wayne Eidson added 13 and Bill Joe chipped in 12. The Rogersville girls took a 48-47 decision in the opener be Hind Betty Davis 25-Point performance. Newport 14 Bowman. 6 . 15 Wilson. 7 James. 15 pcs. F f c o score he Newport j. Winslow. 14 . 13 b. Winstram 12 Hal Good. A maths. 7 11 n 18 17-b3 12-55 subs 6. Mcclure. Rogersville Johnson 1, Sizemore. Eastern Section boasts several Mcaa contenders by Norman Miller United press sports writer new York up Eastern College basketball which takes second Billing to no other Sec Tion of the country in number of standout teams promises to provide plenty of for Mcaa tournament selectors come next month. Headed by undefeated Seton Hall ranked no. 1 nationally on the strength of its 21 straight victories and la Salle which ranks sixth with a 16-2 Mark the East boasts at least a dozen teams that should wind up the season As contenders for Mcaa berths. Of the 12 teams that Mil com Pete in the Mcaa tourney from the area cast of the Mississippi River seven will qualify automatically As conference Cham offered More than that by a California aau anytime they want a play says an official of the National basketball association major league of the sport and we want the same player the amateurs invariably get it s not that the pros Gripe about others playing Basket Ball. What i exclaims Maurice Podoloff of the Aba is that they re so sanctimonious about it. At least we admit we re pros. If the jobs were first and basketball secondary Okay. But look at their schedules. They play almost As Many games As we do. And you just can t do that and pose at holding a full time Job. They re perpetrating a fraud on the Public. It s the same hypocrisy that impaired the morals of College Vince Boryla. A former aau All America now with the can Southeastern new England mid american and Middle at the remaining five will be chosen at and because teams which Fin ish second in their conference races Are not eligible for at Large bids these five berths probably will be filled by three or possibly four of the East s powerful Independent teams. Pennsylvania 11-2 or co Lumbia 10-2i probably will rep resent the Ivy league even though Cornell leads at present holy Cross 8-4 should be the new England Standard bearer while unbeaten Lebanon Valley 8-1 or Muhlenberg 7-4 appear the standouts in the Small College Middle Atlantic Confer ence. That leaves the following teams to fight it out with Seton Hall and la Salle for the at Large bids Fordham Manhattan College Niagara Navy army 8-3 and St. John s of Brooklyn in addition the East has a Strong contender in Duquesne kicks. Says cynically the which has been considerably difference Between pro and Amateur is the half Inch of Wood that separates the hand above from the one under the for if tomorrow in l enough. I bolstered for the final third of i the season by the return of Cen Ter Jim Tucker. The first real i test of that added strength comes saturday when the Dukes who now own a 12-6 rec Ord meet la Salle at Phila Delphia

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