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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 14, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeUnbeaten Western Kentucky defeats Dayton 79-75, in three overtimes Hill toppers get 15thwinlnrow Marshall stars Oklahoma City Navy army Bradley take major College wins from press dispatches Western Kentucky s never say dle Hill toppers today boast the nation s longest winning Streak defying just about All Odds to whip univer sity of Dayton 79-75, in three overtimes wednesday night. In fact the fifth ranked team in the weekly associated press poll overcame what appeared to be certain defeat three times. Tom Marshall who was High scorer for the thriller with 29 Points hit a Lay up two seconds before the end of regulation time to knot the count at 54-54. The Ohio flyers had led throughout the Battle. With 80 seconds to so in the first extra five minutes period Dayton jumped to a 64-58 Lead but Western fought Back and sub Jack Salee s driving jump shot lied the score again just As the overtime ended. Dayton again look command in the second overtime but Marshall hooped a Side set shot to again tie the score at 70-70 an throw it into triple overtime. All America candidate mar shall hit another fielder and added a pair of foul shots to give Western a four Point Edge at the Start of the third overtime and Dayton never caught up. Marshall fell on ice covered Steps earlier in the week and it was feared that he would be hampered by a bruised Back and leg. However the 6-4 Nashville product who has averaged bet Ter than 25 Points per game this year showed no signs of the in jury. It was Dayton that played the role of giant killer last year ending Seton Hall s Long win Ning Streak of 27 games. In other major games okla homa City University no. 8, whipped Houston 70-62 in the Only other action involving rank ing teams. Arnold Short scored 18 Points in the first Quarter and ended the night with 41 for the oklahoman. Bradley conning fast after three Early season setbacks scored a surprisingly easy 76-59 decision Over St. Louis for its eighth straight Triumph. Both the Navy and the army won. The middies beat Rutgers 75-61 after trailing at halftime and the cadets outclassed Swarthmore 74-41 with Bill Han non scoring 31 Points. Syracuse the Only team to beat Cornell this season did it for the second time 71-69, on a 20-foot set shot by Mel Besdin with six seconds to play. Penn state Defeated West Vir Ginia 74-66 with a rally in the last five minutes after the Lead had changed hands 10 times. Bob Schafer. One of the coun try s most prolific scorers elected 37 Points As Villanova breezed past Kings College of Pennsylvania. The leading hitter in the Tex As league for 1953 was Joe Fra Zier who batted .332 with okla homa City. will get a trial in Spring training with the Louis cardinals. Cage scores College South Navy 75. Rutgers 61. Baltimore Loyola 65, Western Mary land 62. New Orleans Xavier 73, Jackson los. 60. Arkansas state 84. Austin Feay 76. Kentucky Wesleyan 103. Transylvania 70. Lenoir Rhyne 75. Catawba 58. Richmond 57, Randolph Macon 44. Middle Tenn. 82. Lincoln memorial 55. Knoxville 86. Fist 77. Lindicy Wilson 89. Ashland ky., . 83. East Syracuse 11. Cornell 00. Penn stale 74, Wisl Al Finla 66. Army 74. Swarthmore 41. Villanova 87, Kings a. 68. Harvard 73. Brandeis 65. Put 69. Crr Chelc tech 58. St. Francis bkn., 85, St. Peters n. A. 66. Midwest Kentucky 79. Dayton 75, three overtimes. Bradley St. Louis 59. Okla. City 70. Houston 82. Bowling Green 78. Toledo c6. Cd Cako Loyola 60, Washington. St. Louis. 59. Nutler 74. Depauw 64. Southwest Southwest Texas 66, Lamar tech 63. Fab West san Francisco 57, san Jose state 50. Los Angeles Loyola 74, what tier 61. Etc to tangle with mid states at Home tonight Johnson City up Middle Tennessee s Blue raiders will seek to even their season s basketball record at 6-6 tonight against East Tennessee after defeating Lincoln memorial University 82-55 last night at har Rogate. The raiders took an Early Lead and increased it throughout last night As Forward Gerald John son and Center Hal Christinsen each hit the bucket for 21 Points. Etc has lost Only one game in 10 starts. Lees Mcrae cagers nip Etc freshmen Banner Elk n. Lees Mcrae bobcats nosed the East Tennessee state College freshmen 63 to 60 Here wednes Day night. In a preliminary the Lees my Rae girls made it a sweep by beating the Etc sextet 67 to 35. Erie Perry with 16 Points and Bob Patchett with 15 paced the bobcats. Gerald Sloan hooped 21 Points for the Etc Frosh. Peggy Keeter scored 19 for the Lees Mcrae girls. Garden Grill Sullivan key club juniors win Garden Grill edged out whited grocery in Junior league play wednesday , 35-33. R. Davis dumped in 15 Points for the winners while Frank Brewer hit 21 for the losers. Sullivan key club knocked off Poston s grocery 30-27 in the other game. Sherill Kendricks tallied nine times for the winners. St. Charles takes pair Keokee halves Bill with Dryden outfits Jonesville a. Charles Defeated Jonesville in a doubleheader. In Lee county conference play tuesday with the girls taking a 46-33 decision and the boys copping a 31-28 win. Greta Martin paced the winning girls with 23 markers while Dwight Williams dumped in 15 Points to Pace the winning boys attack. In the second game Keokee split a twin Bill with Dryden. The Dryden girls edged the Keokee girls in the first n i c research building one win games at Eastman research edged out s a 52-50 in Terc basketball action wednesday night with Frank Smith leading the winning at game 37-36 with Phyllis Cox leading the Way with 16 Points. The Keokee boys came Back to take the Nightcap 39-32 with c. Morris collecting 12 Points. In the third game Pennington Gap split a double header with Backwater with the Pennington girls taking the opener 55-45 and the Blackwater boys coming Back to take the Nightcap 55-47. Audry Riley led the penning Points ton girls with 24 Points. Bobby i Odeen Forbes tossed Robinette led the losers with 32, markers. Lewis Kirk led the Blackwater boys to win with 28 markers. Joe Teague hit 20 for the losers. Harold Rule took High scoring in the final game league Lead-1 honors with 18 tallies for the losers. Building 1 took a 37-28 Deci Sion from Bays Mountain in the final game of the night. Hershell Hickman tallied 13 in 12 rolled Over hic Peden Templeton clumped in 15 ing Thomas Walker rolled Over Flatwoods in a double header. The Thomas Walker girls took a 52-43 win while the boys were pounding out a 66-40 decision. Johnson paced the winning j Mes for the winners with Arley girls with 25 markers while Mervini Salley collect Thomas hit 16 for the losers. 10 each for the losers o. And r. Keyes led the winning boys with 20 and 17 Points respectively. Tyler collected 17 tallies for the losing Flatwoods Crew. St. Charles 3d pos. Jonesville Isom 3 t Williams 15 7 f Davidson 6 Peise 8 c Harris 1 Cody 6 g Parsons 6 Blevins 3 g larapldr., 0 subs St. 2. Jane Szulc l. Williams. Score by quarters St. Charles 6 10 12 3 31 Boneville 7-28 officials Hau and Robinson. Keokee cd pos. Dry Den co Estep. 5 f music 3 7 f Rivers 4 Phillips. 8 c Peters 12 c. Morris 12 g Quillen 10 l. Morris. 5 g Hawks 2 subs a cokes to. Morris 2. Dryden Roberts 1. Score by quarters Keokee 15 7 s 12-3b Dryden 11 8 7 5-32 officials Ham and Flanary. Blackwater 53 pos. Pennington 471 p Parsons 9 of Varney 0 c j. Teague. 20 4 , 13 l. Kirk. 28 a. Wallyn 3 o. Wollin. 6 Preakness run May 22 Baltimore Preakness will be run this year on May 22, three weeks after the Ken Tucky Derby and three weeks before the Belmont the other classics in the triple Crown of horse racing. Pamlico announced today it will again put up for the mile and. Three sixteenths race for 3-year-Olds. The Winner will get about nominations for the 78th run Ning of the Preakness will close feb. 15.a Veteran Hunter Putnam Pear son of Keene n. H., has bagged 37 Deer in the last 37 years. G g Lund 4 Woods. 6 earned for election to baseball s Hall of Fame Are Bill Dickey Uroper left dizzy Vance upper right Bill Terry lower left and Rabbit Maran Ville. Nea embezzlement due to High living Cost Syracuse n. Y. Not the High Cost of living that causes Bank embezzlement. It s the Cost of High living. That a the explanation of a Washington d. C., certified pub Lic accountant who said last night 110 Banks in 34 states had been forced to close during the last 20-years because of embezzlement. Lester a. Pratt told the Central new York conference National Assn. Of Bankers and desire takes on1 Many forms but for the most part they can be grouped under the heading of slow horses and. Fast women " a Willie Mosconi has won 11 world s pocket billiard titles since winning his first in 1941. Do cramps give you that monthly look Why lit til Mary Airm to bar in your Irit docs your Mirror show an Vidor Jool Jinjr worn out nervous face Dur inc your bad Why lot men. Sec that you Are Sulf Criff from monthly Crumps try a Lite Cardui each Day us thousands of women do. Let it help build strength and resistance so you Honvo less and Jess misery each month. Some to through periods without fee Jina any discomforts at nil. Also helps relax jittery better. Look feel act younger More Normal All month. Ask for Cardui. Say monthly cramps Chance of life Cardui subs Blackh Ater Jenkins 5, Rasnick 2, Fleenor Craft 1. Pennington a. J. Rus sell 1. Score by quarters Blackwater 13 h in 8-55 Pennington 13 16 7 11-47 officials Pendleton and Thomas. T. Walker 66 Campbell 12 9 r. Pc yes 17 o. Smith 20 Ayers 3 f c g g Flat roads 40 Tyler 17 Sumpter 8 Coble 4 Warner 8 Greer 3 e Jan Thomas Walter a. Smith 2, Ken Sley 1, Kow and 2, Russell. Score by quarter.-. Thomas Walker 12 9 in 16-66 Flatwoods 13 8 8 officials Oll Llam and Wright. Sleepless of acid stomach eat 1 or 2 turns at neutralize acid fast still Only Roberts clearance i ump for Thi Tummy Towel gift Days l Golden mrs. Filbert s

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