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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - February 17, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeOle Downs by 86-69 Mcginnis Morrison Star for bucs first Quarter deficit Johnson City University of Mississippi still displaying much of the dazzling offence that humbled i the University of Tennessee 92 to 73 monday night shot out an 86 to Hardwood win Over East Tennessee state before fans Here at memorial build ing. The bucs made a Gallant fight of it Early in the game taking a command Cage ores High school kill Tennessee Sulphur Springs 63, Lamar 53. Washington col. 66, orc Neville 58. Midway 52, Madison 43. Everett 72, Porter 45. Knoxville Catholic 84, Lobbs 53. Knoxville curler 56. Farra stut 54. Knoxville West 52, Rule 30. Knoxville Central 51, Oak Ridge 42 Knoxville Fulton 59. Young 51. Bearden 73, t3d 71. Powell 68, Maynardville 61. Lake City 60, Halls 57. Dayton 50, South Harriman 43. I Lenoir City 62, Kingston 45. Us be Twaler 61, Loudon 59. Maryv Lluc 63, friends Lluc 35. Newport 75. Rockrs Volle 73. Jef Lorson City 77, Gatlinburg 67. Sale Creek 04, Birchwood 54. Bradley 60, Mcmunn 51. Artri Bank ii. Whitwell 45. Soddy Daisy 87. Dunlap 63. Calhoun 81. Eug Locwood 45. Andrews 39. S. Pittsburg 35. Pike vile 56. Pleasant Hill 24. Polk 52. Ducktown 50. Livingston 66. Byrdstown 36. Tyner 44, Ooltewah 43. Cumberland homesteads 48, Spring City 40. Middle Tennessee Nashville weit. 49, tis 34. Bast 61. North 51. Nashville Ryan 58, Lipscomb 25. Nashville Peabody 66. White Bluff 25. Mba 63, Nashville Howard 51. Nashville Hume 45, Boa 14. Beech Hill 55. Cornersville .43, Huntland 63, Wartrace 24. 45. Minor Hill 39. Portland 43, Lafayette 40. Shelbyville 51, Sparta 46. Salt Hville 42, Algood 35. Gordonsville 53, Hartsville 32. Blanche 48. Una Orvllle 45. Gainesboro 70. Cellan 58. Cookeville 64, Monterey ,29. Loretto 53, 51. Livingston 66, Byrdstown 36. Summertown 37. Centerville 35. 68. Montgomery Central 68. Coopertown 43, Robertson 39. Dover 41, Pembroke ky., 40. Collinwood 61. Campbellsville 52. Waynesboro 57, Clifton 53. Franklin 55, Greenbrier 62. Culleoka 57, Lewisburg 54. Petersburg 87, Lynchburg 53. Westmoreland. 54, White House 47. Franklin county 66, Mcmunn Tlle 39.9 West Tennessee Memphis tread will 70, East 61. Memphis tech 58. Messick 51. Memphis Csc 56. Humes 44. Memphis Central 87, South Side 53. Jackson 85. Middleton 64. Tournaments Rutherford county Stock a a 50. Kittrell 48. 53. Christiana 43. Kith District Nashville Litton 53, Good Ottsville 41. 69. Henderson Villa 37. 28th District Huntingdon 65, Puryear 45, Shelby county Bolton 83, Collierville 54. College South George Washington 69, William Mary 58 68, Maryland 61. Furman 123, to Tord 102. South Carolina 64, Clemson 61. Mississippi 86, East Tenn. 69. Lynch Burtt 60. King Tenn. 47. Erskine 99, Belmont Abbey 86. Miss. State 65. Sewanee 61. Georgetown ky., 84, Centre 66. Memphis state 98, Florence Ala., East Canisius 31, Siena 68. Niagara 79. Rochester 42. Pitt 83, West Virginia 64. Harvey 88, West a. Tech 79. Ing Lead in the first period Only to. Lose it when the rebels got hot in the second Quarter. The bucs closing out their regular season ran up a 7-0 score on the visitors in the first three minutes set the Pace 21-9 toward the close and held a 21-15, first Quarter Lead on the basis of bombarding the bucket successfully eight out of 14 at tempts. Ole miss Sank Only live of 19 in the opening period. Denver Bracken and Dugan Abernathy took Over in the Sec Ond Quarter and led a blistering rebel offence that not Only caught up with the bucs but moved past them 38-30, at intermission. Bracken leading Mississippi scorer tossed in 25 Points and teammate Abernathy 21 to Lead the Point making Etc s Hal Morrison and Gary Mcginnis with 17 each and Dick Creech with 16 led the attack for coach Madison Brooks out fit which finished up the regu Lar Campaign with 19 wins in 22 starts. As was the situation monday against the vols the rebels showed a Well rounded attack that struck from anywhere. Not Only were Bracken and Aber Nathy hitting but Jerry Bynum 13, Bernard Riley 12, and Johnny Palmer 10, kept the missis Sippi onslaught rolling. Cob Jarvis rebel Star who has 3een bothered with an injured Inee did t get into the game. Jarvis was Mississippi s Lead no scorer until the past three Lames during which Bracken has moved Well ahead of him. Jarvis missed the Kentucky ams too and saw limited a Ion against Tennessee. During the second period when Tate lagged and Ole miss surged and East Stone Gap stops Gate City in 65-48 game Blue devils grabbed Lead at 1st Quarter but could t hold on East Stone Gap a. Spa Stone Gap rolled Over the Shoemaker High Blue devils 65 48, Here tuesday night. Gate City jumped into a 13-10 first period Lead but fell behind 33-24 at half time. East Stone Gap managed to hold onto a 47-30 Lead at the end of the third Quarter and then coasted on to Victory. Johnny Slagle and Charlie Morris led the winning attack with 19 and 16 Points respectively. Hamilton and Gembach also chipped in 11 and 10 respectively for the winners. Pos. C g o Gate City 148 Davis Peters 2 Oll Llam s a Echmond 13 Fulllen 12 1. He bucs hit Only two of 11 shots. Ole miss failed on Only four ree throw attempts making 20 Etc made 21 of 33. 78. 75. Midwest Toledo 5b. Cent s ate 53. Bowline Green 59. Western Reserve 50. Ohio Wes Cyan 76. Of Colln 68. Wooster 104, Ashland 91. Hanover 78, Indiana Central 77. Taylor 84. Harpham 72. Depauw 83. Butler 73. Anderson s3. Oakland City Southwest Texas 68, Texas 4j. Arkansas 73. Baylor 51. Rice 69.lamar tech 65. Texas tech 85. Hardly Simmons far West Idaho 45, Wash. State 42. Colorado 58, Denver 45. Charles Cornett wins by to in 40 seconds Nashville Charles j Cornett of Elizabethton knocked Fout James Hughes of Alabama Lin 40 seconds of the first round Lof their 118-Pound semifinal about tuesday night in the g Trissl Szippl 80 Bernathy i Aimer f Ibbons f 3rackeen c Stenftenagel Bynum g Riley g totals Etc so Morrison f Creech f Edens f Waycaster c Woy e Mcginnis g Flenor b Kimbro g totals Fig 9 5 1 0 3 6 33 Fig 5 6 0 3 3 7 0 0 24 up 3 0 3 7 0 7 0 20 up 7 4 2 4 1 3 0 0 21 of to 4 21 6 10 5 25 East Slone 65 Witkins 0 slash be it Morris 16 Hamilton 11 Gembach. 10 u subs East Sione Anderson of Gate 1, Adams 3. Score by quarters East Stone 10 23 13 Gate City 13 11 15 officials Home and Robinson. Mead girls Humble fall Branch 41-29 fall Branch the Mead girls took a 41-29 Basket Ball win Over the pall Branch in dependents Here tuesday night. Emily Erwin picked up 19 Points and Lucille Shivley added 18 for the winners. Helen Mccrary Tal lied 10 for fall Branch. Elliott announces for gop position Johnson City d. Elliott magistrate from car Ter county s sixth District tues Day announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination As county chairman. He is the first candidate ounce for the Post now held by Bynum Chase a Democrat. Elliott has served on the county court 24 years and is a member of the Republican Pri Mary Board. Newport nips Rogersville by 75-71 margin Newport Tenn. Quick baskets by Frank Cleven or in the final minutes of play provided the. Clinchers As new sort Defeated Rogersville 75-71, Ere tuesday night in a Battle Between two District in Power Louse. Rogersville grabbed a 20-161 Ead after one period of play but fell behind 40-31, at half me and could never catch up. The warriors pulled to within two Points 70-68, of Newport in the final two minutes when Clevenger put the game on ice with his Brace of baskets. Newport hit Over 60 per cent of its shots in running its sea son record up to a 21-3 Mark it was Rogersville s fourth loss against 24 wins and All of the defeats came by slim margins 7i f Clevenger 25 j. Wanstead. 14 f Lewi 14 b. Win Stead 21 c Ford 7 Leonard 14 o Jones 17 Johnson 3 g Mcclure 12 subs Rogersville a. Wanstead new Kobe Osville 20 11 20 20-71 Newport 16 34 2o i5_16 Henry meets Slade in comeback Fry Washington ence Henry hard hitting Light heavyweight from los Angeles tackles the toughest assign ment on his comeback Trail to night when he goes against Jimmy Slade of new York in a 10-round nationally televised bout. The fight 10 ., est will be televised by the Colum Bia broadcasting system. Johnny Dee inks new contract at Alabama to Tuscaloosa Ala. Basketball coach Johnny Dee has signed a new two year con tract with Alabama. He signed the new Crimson tide contract last night and withdrew a resignation submitted earlier this season. Dee had been linked to coaching positions at Northwestern and Louisiana state. 32-30 verdict against Wise Coeburn a. Prank Bray who scored but two Points during regulation time drove in for two Layup shots in an overtime period to give Coe Burn a thrilling 32-30 Victory Over Wise Here tuesday night and ran the knights Victory string to nine straight. Wise employing the same de laying tactics they used to upset Appalachia and Pound almost mocked the Blue knights out of the hot District pm title race. The indians had deadlocked the game at 28-All As regulation time ran out. In the preliminary Coeburn s o girls Defeated Wise -64-59. Toby Lawson and Janice Eblin accounted for 45 of the winning Otal. Jewel Beverly paced the Osers with 33 Points. The lineup Coeburn 32 pox. Adkins 3 p Kern 10 f Powers 10 c Bray 6 o Kiser 3 g subs Coeburn Node. Wie eur Jill. Officials Mullins and lie 3d Dale 12 Wells 4 Frycler 6 Powers 1 Lewis 7 Freddie b Lassie Herb Welch to wrestle Karl Kowalski and Jack Fargo tonight 1 4 0 4 21 of to 5 17 3 18 0 2 4 10 1 7 2 n 1 0 0 0 16 e free throws missed Mississippi Bracken 2 Bynum 1, ribbons 1. Etc mor riscn5 Creech Ginals 1. Appy rallies to whip Norton by 69 to 56 Norton a. Appala Chia s bulldogs moved past nor ton 69-56, Here tuesday night. A f ired up Norton outfit tied the bulldogs three times during the third period but the Bull dogs pulled away in the final Canto for the win Norton jumped into a slim 14 13 Lead at the end of the first Southern Golden gloves Tounia remained one Point trient j ahead at half time 27-2s. An gained a split by Tak preliminary game 28-24 th6 winners with 19 Points while Joan grog an tallied 14 for the losers. Tuesday night s results 112 pounds Bay Stubbs Reorg new Auto insurance feature Max replaces regular state farm medical payments coverage. Protects m , Regis Blair Alabama unanimous. 118 pounds Chattles Corn Ett upper East knocked out James Hughes Alabama 40 first round. 126 Rubb Knox Llie de Joe Merrill Alabama a Almous Brooks Stewart brio Ali deals loved Ray Nond Duncan Nashville 3-2 Jesse Flores Alabama to Over skipper far Chattanooga first round 1 147 pounds Carlton we son big Xii out Bob i Harshbarcer upper Kast Tennessee first round James wat Fon knocked out Wayne Ful Chattanooga second round Ico pounds Bob Maurin upper East deals loved Houim Grase i Knoxville 3-2 Bob Plant Alabama do la slowed Mel Ward by Lxii unanimous. J 175 pounds Broady Knoxville Clayton George Nashville t Teorre Kartanian Loe Orla to Over j. D. Estep upper East ten first round. F heavyweight Leroy Duchene Chatta j Sooga knocked out Bob Wasner Ala Ilamai 46 seconds second round jus i Hewitt Nashville to Over Jimmy Mcveay by lox first round. Do los Nancy Tate Appalachia 68 pos. Norton Fields. 13 f Maiolo Lewis. 0 f blobs Mumpower 12 c Jones in g. Kilbourne 30 g Ward i Polly t g Dixon 1 ants Appalachia Boatwright 1, Barnes Medicin Bays Holloman. Morion Rob bins. Score by quarters Appalachia 13 13 21 22-6d Norton 14 13 9 20-58 of la isl Kyle Pendleton. Moving dial Circle 5-7441 Tom still Transfer co. Wrestling tonight big tag Battle Fred Blassie and Herb Welch is Karl Kowalski and Jack Fargo 30-minute preliminary bout Fargo is. Welch action starts at At the civic auditorium Advance tickets on Sale at Palace newsstand members of your family in any Accident driving Riding and walking a anyone else injured in or by your car Xit s exclusive another great state farm gel the facts from your state farm Mutual agent Loday. Orbie r. Fleenor ins. E. Center at Dale Kingsport menu. Phone Circle 6-4861 memorial gymnasium state College Johnson City Tenn. March 15 thru 21 nightly at 8 except sunday mat. Sat. Sun. At 1000 laughs 1000 thrills company of so reserved and Sun. Matinee main floor few at f 3.00 Balcony and s2.00. Unreserved including tax tickets go on Bale feta. 23 Sevier hotel for Choice seats order by mail now just Send Check or Money or Der with stamped self addressed envelope to ice vogues e.t.s.c., Box 398, Johnson City Tenn. Make checks payable to ice vogues bargain mat. Saturday unreserved adults students 75c what looms As one of the roughest tag matches Ever seen Here Heads tonight s wrestling card at the civic auditorium. Fred Blassie the new South Ern heavyweight title Holder teams up with popular Herb Welch to take on a pair of the roughest fighters in the business Kowalski and Jack Fargo. Promoter Mickey Baarns is anticipating trouble after the near riot Here a month ago and assures the fans additional police Protection will be furnished tonight. Fargo has fought Here Only once but that was when he set off a free for All that involved the wrestlers policemen and spectators. Mike Chaco a who was fighting red Rooerts at the time climaxed the affair by smashing a chair Over the Junior heavyweight King s head. Earlier Fargo had exchanged blows with a Spectator before being quietened Down by police Fargo was fighting Herb in his first bout Here and lost it by disqualification. Tonight s Bat the should be just As interesting. Blassie will be making his first appearance in Kingsport s ring but he is no stranger to local to mat fans. He has appeared Sev eral times on the wrestling from Hollywood program. His latest Effort on the screen was a Victory Over the japanese Wres Tler or. Motto. This scientific speedy wrestler is tabbed As one of the top Chal lengers for Lou Thesz National Crown and he plans to Nike that his next objective. He Defeated Don Mclntyre last week in Birm Ingham for the Southern title i after Mclntyre had took the Belt from Ray Villmer a few nights before. Kowalski is known throughout the South As a fighter who has Little regard for the rules and will do anything possible to gain a win. This bout will be Over the Reg ular 60-minute time limit route Best two out of three Falls. Fargo and Welch renew their Short but intense rivalry in the first one fall preliminary slated to begin at 8 Blassie and Kowalski who s casting an Eye at the title Square off in the second Battle. A few Reserve seat tickets Are still available at Palace news stand. Cotton acreage in North Caro Lina decreased from acres in 1926 to about acres in 1950. Kingsport times wednesday feb. 11 Emory Henry surprises Roanoke Emory a. And Henry s wasps turned in an 82 74 Little seven basketball Vic tory Over a highly favored Roa Noke College team Here tuesday night. Bill Bennett a guard dumped in 24 of Emory and Henry s Points. The Licking snapped Roanoke s Chain of 21 consecutive victories Over Little seven opposition. De spite the defeat however the morons still Clung to the Little seven leadership. In an earlier game this season Roanoke blasted the wasps 99 69. For courteous service Gilliam cabs 5-3171 Back of nun Bri Atlanta non Stop aim Dally to Pittsburgh by Ffield of outland new York look at the v new smartness of our classic Sheen s. A if re l. Suits Gene Evans Nancy davi4 i h Steve Brodie and Tom Powers Lisa Howard screenplay by Felix Feist produced by Tom cries of a t in ally by Felix Feist produced by Tom cries o directed by Felix fei5t a Dowling productions presentation released thru United artists dial Circle 5-5671 today . Leon error. Comedy he forgot to remember latest world news tie r it Del n id a i St he it s the natural look that makes our gabardine suits smarter than Ever. Narrow lapels natural shoulders trim straight lines give you Spring s smartest look. These Long wearing suits Are great values at Only Sobel s the Quality store for men h7

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