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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 13, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeErwin upsets Dobyns Bennett 62-61 in big five conference Cage opener Blue devils go on spree in 4th period for win indians guilty of 34 shooting from floor Erwin Tenn. Blue devils put on a blasting finish to defeat an off form Kingsport team 62-Fil, Here tuesday night in the big five opener for both schools. The Blue devils beaten by Dobyns Bennett in the big five tourney used foul shots to hand the highly regarded indians their defeat. Kingsport outscored Erwin from the floor 23 Field goals to 17, but the game was decided in the foul department. The indians had a 45-39 Lead at the end of three periods when they let the game get out of control. Four tribesmen fouled out in this period and the game went with them. Stan Johnson was thumbed to the sidelines with 15 seconds gone in the period and Carl Bell followed a minute later. Chuck Ross and Bruce Wilder were disqualified later in the period. Erwin took advantage of this to his 12 of 15 foul shots in this period to Nail Clown the win. Ivan Hensley accounted for the winning margin when he stole the Ball and drove All the Way for the final two Points. Kingsport s 34 personal fouls was tops in this department for the indians this year and prob ably any year. They also hit the worst percentage in Guy b. Crawford s coaching tenure at the school. The tribe which out rebounded Erwin 81-37, could make Only 23 of 94 Field goal at tempts count for a miserable 244 percentage. Erwin accounted for 17 of 51 33.3 average. R c. Street led the winning at tack with 21 Points before foul ing out in the fading seconds of play three other Erwin Start ers hit in the double figures. Forwards Fred Burrell and Ellis Murphy picked up 14 and 12 respectively and Marvin Harris added 10. Jim Taylor accounted for 17 of the losing total. Bruce Wilder added 12, and Johnson and Billy Greene followed with 11 each. The Erwin Little devils made the night Complete with a 43-28 Kingsport times wednesday Jan. 11 Kentucky is the a of one hand i. Bluff City nips Rogersville in 70-65 thriller Stacy Mckinney hit for 22 each to Pace grizzlies Triumph Bluff City Tenn. City pulled away after a torrid first period last night to score a 70-65 Victory Over Rogersville in a game that was exciting All the Way. The Lead changed hands five times in the initial period before Bluff City finally established a 22-17 advantage. The grizzlies were in front the rest of the Way Reading 39-33 at halftime and 57-47 at the third period s end. Bob Stacy and Billy Mckinney each hit 22 Points for the grizzlies with Robert Harmon coming through with 13. The Windstead Joe and the big guns for Rogersville dividing 37 of the visiting Points. Rogersville s a team snatched the opener 41-33 from the baby bears. Kansas 54-50 Wake Forest upsets Duke 96-89 Sobel s clearance of regular Stock suits and topcoats originally priced from 50.00 to 72.00 Sale priced from 39.85 to 57.85 Joloff Ershie j. Win Steadt Eidson 2 b. Winstead 20 g. Winstead 2 Leonard 17 Rogersville Bluff City pos. P c g g Banff City Harmon 13 Reedy 2 Stacy 22 Malone 11 Mckinney 22 17 16 14 18-65 22 17 18 13 by Ben Phlegar new York okla homa a m cowboys today put in a Strong bid to split the Trio of teams which have dominated the top spots in the associated press weekly basketball polls. Hank Iba s terrors of the Prai Ries have been running a weak fourth behind Kentucky Duquesne and Indiana. But in their support now they can offer toppers trip Betsy 65-48, for Lith in Row Elizabethton Rogersville Johnson 8, maths. Bluff City Smith Lett Eford. Officials Jack Vest and Ben Poulock. 8ucs run Over rival wasps by score of 82-62 Johnson City up East Tennessee state s basketball team broke out of a 16-16 first Quarter deadlock to whip the Emory and Henry wasps 82 to 62, Here tuesday night for their ninth win in 10 starts this sea decision in the preliminary. Ran up their Lith straight vie tory of the season Here tuesday night As they turned Back Elizabethton 65 to 48, for their second successive big five Triumph. Ken sport 61 Taylor f Ross. Brilley f be c Wilder. I a c Johnson c Gap inc s Bell g Britts. G b flyer. E lion Bersck b totals Erkin 63 Murphy. 1 Burrell i Street c Duncan e Hensley. B Harris. E totals score by quarters Erwin officials Ernest Miller. 23 for 4 3 it 1-4 0-0 0-1 6-6 3-4 2-3 0-1 0-0 15-22 it 4-8 an 10-15 of 2-4 4-5 28-49 "3 5 2 5 5 3 5 1 1 4 34 coming by a single Point against Minnesota. The cowboys Lassord the Lith Johnson City 03 Evans 8 Taylor 8 2 Wolff 10 2 Bowman 19 pos. Eli7.abethum a Diller 13 Hiler 4 Herd 9 ranking Kansas Jay Hawks last Edens son. The bucs trailed the first few minutes of the contest but when they did get started managed to hit 44 per cent of their shots from the floor while the wasps were connecting on Only 27 per cent. Creech was the top scorer for East Tennessee hitting 15. Mcginnis tallied 12 and Charlie and Jack Waycasie g Garrison 13 waiters g so Marly 3 subs Johnson City Sells g. Mackley. Shepherd. . Euzabeth Lityn Curtis 9 17 19 1s-gi 14 14 11 havoc and Tommy Billy Smith hoops 31 As res trample longhorns 83-52 Mountain City the invading Holston Valley rebels dumped the Host Mountain City longhorns 83 to 52 Here tuesday night win Smirk for wrestling association. He Billy Smitn 101 Hoiston held the mid Otic Luuru. 01 or Hitchcock 2. Thompson Mccall 4. Herb Lester Welch wrestle Rodrigues Austoria tonight the famed Welch Brothers Herb and to the local ring tonight by teaming up against Carlos Rodrigues and Jim Austoria in the featured tag team match at the civic auditorium. Action begins at 8 . Herb has t been Here in quite highest scorer nit Tor w Pou some time and has been brought under season s Best pm no in Nln r . Rig hooped 10 each. Youell who hit 14 of his Point in the last half was top score for the wasps with 18. Long go 12 and Jonh Revilla 11. Appalachia drops Norton 51 to43, for 7lh straight Appalachia a. Spa appalachian bulldogs continued their unbeaten reign of Cag Texas 1-cma.mou terror Here tuesday night by Southwest conference play by defeating Norton 51-43, for their year s Mcaa Western to twists last night 54-50 for their Lith straight Triumph and their 27th in a Row on their Home court. Ninth ranking Duke was up set by Wake Forest 35-89 but two other top 10 members won easily. Holy Cross no. 6, out scored Boston College 33-12 in the final Quarter in winning 83 57. George Washington no. 7, overpowered Virginia military 66-50. The crusaders and co i Lonias each have won 11 without a defeat. Niagara no. 13, coasted Over the University of Mexico 77-41, and Rice no. 15, whipped Texas Christian 69-52 in the Southwest conference. Texas remained unbeaten in reductions mostly edging Texas a m 49-48. Longhorns have won three. Frank Selvy the nation s for 40 Points the seventh straight win. The Kilbourne Back by popular makes his Home demand. He in Kingsport and is gunning for a title of some sort. It is the first time in quite a while Herb is without a Crown times he has held sized by the a his Furman team beat Clemson 87-69. North Carolina state found South Carolina surprisingly Tough before winning an Atlan tic conference game 68-62. Madison Square Garden where College basketball first and the winning at tack with 15 and 14 Points respectively. Sub Jim Riggs picked up 14 for Norton. Appal Chaft 31 Fields. 12 r. Kilbourne 15 Barnes 2 g. Kilbourne 14 pos. F f c g g Norton 43 Jones 9 bobbins 0 Ward 7 Malolo 6 Dixon 7 Wilson Nard. Appalachia Lewis 4. Boat Wright Thomas. Midkiff. Hollman Stegall Bays Everge Honycutt Moore. With 31 Points. Holston Valley led 11-10 40-25 and 65-39 at the three stops. Jack More Leld netted 25 Points for the longhorns and Norman Reece Buck eted 17. The lineups their sights on it again. Rodrigues a full fledged heavyweight packs 232 pounds. He hails from Mexico and is rated 14th nationally in the heavyweight ranks. Austoria a newcomer to Holst n v Ley 83 Johnson Arnold g Smith 31 Calhoun 1 Blevins 7 pos. M lain ally Payne mor Ciicle 25 Snyder 3 recce 17 Ems i Hampton 3 subs Holster. Valley Lewis b. Carrier 3 Heath. 11. Phillips 2. Mountain City Nave 1, Johnson 1, Huskins 2. Junior High defeats Bristol outfit 34-29 Kingsport Junior High turn ing in a great team performance upended a highly regarded Bris Tol team 34-29, tuesday for its sixth straight win. Charles Leonard led the win Ning attack with 14 Points. Mikeal picked up 10 for Bristol. It Eddie Mathews of the Milwaukee braves hit 30 of his 47 Home runs on the Road during the 1953 National league season. Kingsport is a rough and ready Type of fighter. He is a 14-year ring Veteran and hails from Seattle Washington. He tips the j Scales at 218 and has met and Defeated some of the Best in the business. The preliminary matches Send Lester against Austoria and Herb against Rodrigues. The tag match will be Best two out of three Falls 90-minute time limit. Regular season night double header crowd in 20 years. Only Cash customers showed up to see Lasalle defeat Manhattan 69-51 and Georgetown win from new York University 75-67. Arizona won its first Border conference game in two starts edging new Mexico a m 67-65. Score by Quarter Appalachia Norton 17-51 16 offset printing process a alters bal Wellni year books Letterhead Etc. Plate embossing stenographic Sery Iees Answerl i sen Lee business services 121 Commerce dial Circle 5-1371 the prelims will be one fall 30 minute limit affairs. Advance ticket sales is still be ing conducted at Palace news stand. It costs nothing foe a safety Check Bear automotive safety service front end repair Brake service alignment balancing 114 Shelby St. Dial Circle 6-9551 to build to refinance to buy lowest interest 1 minimum Cost 1 Best terms compare our Complete loan service no Cost or obligation. Kingsport gardens Branch of Edwards. Telephone Circle 5-3101 1457 East Center Street wrestling tonight Herb and Lester Welch is. Carlos Rodrigues and Jim Austoria in an Ever popular australian tag team match one fall preliminary matches before main tag event at the civic auditorium Advance tickets on Sale Ai Palace newsstand 20% to shop now and save during Sobel s big year end clearance Sale come in and see the attractive Niar Downs on suits and topcoats As Well As shoes Slacks sport shirts and jackets. We have an unusually wide selection. Why not come tomorrow there s plenty of bargains. Suits were to 72 so Sale priced at 39.85 to 59.75 Kuppenheimer were to 95.00 Safe of iced at 59.85 to 76.85 Hickey Freeman were to 125 00 Safe plied at 84.85 to 94.85 topcoats f were to were to Safe priced to Sale priced to 63.85 sport Coats were 37.50 to Sale priced to Corduroy Coats were 1750 to 2650 Sale priced 13.85 to Slacks were 8.95 to 14.95 Sale priced to sport shirts were to 1595 Safe priced to shoes by pairs were is 95 to 17 95 Safe priced Robes reduced for Quick Sale Price hats special Stock group were 7.50 to Sale priced minimum alteration except Waist and length sob the Quality store for men s

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