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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 15, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeSeton Hall Only unbeaten Cage team in nation As All America Cage candidate new York Hall s powerful pirates boasting an All America candidate in Walter Dukes reigned today As the Only major unbeaten College basketball team in the nation it was Dukes a six foot 11-Inch Point machine who sparked the new Jersey quintet to that lofty ranking by firing 31 Points through n the hoop and grabbing the major share of rebounds to Lead a 69-62 Conquest of Fordham the bother surviving unbeaten team night. There were other heroes for the pirates who ran their win Streak to 16 games As they ended the rams at 11, but Dukes was the big one. I set up my defense to allow 30 to 40 explained Fordham coach Johnny Bach. I thought that Way we could hold the other Fellows Down. But that Richie Regan really fooled me. He s an underrated player real All America i m As far As Regan second High scorer for Seton Hall with 16 Points hit with deadly accuracy on Long shots thus preventing the Ford Johnson City writer blasts proposed Bill Johnson City proposal Liow being boosted by com Mercial fishermen if it succeeded would virtually destroy All fishing for sport in Tennes see Bui Miller outdoor columnist for the Johnson City press chronicle charged Here wednesday. Ham defense from pulling in Miller said the commercial _ tvs Lermen propose to open ail tight around Pivot Man Dukes. Waters to commercial Seton Hall drove to a 36-23 0jlhmj meth halftime Lead with Dukes con Ahad to say in by with Dukes contributing 14 markers. Dukes got 6 thursday Jan. 15, 1953 k1ngsport times set shoots for Illinois. Holy Croes at tack u balt around capt Earle Markey Center six foot six Boris Nachamkin gives new York University a formidable backboard Man. Aba his fourth personal foul at the Start of the second half and that helped Fordham rally to Lead by 54-53 with seven minutes 1 left. The Lead see sawed for minutes until a three Point play by Dukes put the pirates in front to stay. Dan Lyons was High Man for the rams with 15 Points. Notre Dame ranked ninth a of within the state but also to per Mit the exporting of game fish caught by commercial fishing. They also desire to prevent the importation of any game fish for Sale in Tennessee except through authorized Tennessee Miller said this idea was so appalling that for a moment it is hard to comprehend that any . In. Utju no comprehend that and tonally compared to Seton Hall s group of sane people would con fifth handed Purdue its seventh Joss in nine games 71-55, at ind. Held to a 36-35 halftime Lead the Irish pulled Uway in the second half. Dick Rosenthal led notre Dame with 30 Points while Jack Runyan paced Purdue with 17. Good bad heard ouse coaches on Mcaa ruling by Jack Simms Atlanta from coct such an abortion. Continuing the outdoor writer said yet Only a Short time ago the commercial fishermen of this state held a meeting and organized a group to attempt to get such a Bill passed in the present session of the state Miller concluded fishing As a sport would be ended possibly for All time and a concomitant loss of no Small amount would be the huge Busi Ness in fishing tackle done by Tennessee businesses. But it does t Stop there either. Ten Nessee has developed rapidly in the past few years As a tourist attraction and a vacationer s Haven. A great part of this at fraction is the excellent fishing Enos country Slaughter is judged greatest sports comeback during 52 St. Louis Slaughter the perennial Rookie is determined to have another great season in the St. Louis Cardinal Outfield in 1953 great or better than his last Success which was judged the greatest sports comeback of 1952. Determined May be a wasted word for the old War horse. For with Slaughter everything he does in baseball slugging one Over the Fence or leaping against the right Field is a product of determination. That s what pushed Slaughter to the top in the annual year end associated press poll. At 36 hell be 37 on april has no notion of retirement As he enters his 13th season. Like the wonderful one Hoss Shay he figures to keep going Unte i lose my timing reflexes and coordination Are As Good As said the Bald smiling Veteran. I m going into Spring training fighting to keep my regular Job in right Field with the cardinals. I worked awfully hard to get into baseball. And somebody s going to have to work awfully hard to get me but should Enos step Down a possibility he won t recognize for a few More he s Well prepared for the future. After years of St. Louis residence he moved across the Mississippi River to Belleville 111., and became one of the town folks a Belleville businessman. Slaughter is a co owner and operator of a modern jewelry store and gift shop on the Belle Ville Square. He has part interest in an apart ment building in which he makes his Home. In 1951, Enos slumped to a .281 batting aver age played in just 123 games instead of the full 154. Then he came Back in 1952, hitting a solid .300 in 140 games and had his second Best major league season with 17 doubles 12 triples 11 Home runs and 101 rims batted in. Afforded lakes and attraction Southeastern conference coaches our on the outlawing of two platoon the football run All the Way Froin an the biggest disappointment rvs y to Tennessee had in a Long time to i am i the ten coaches available for immediate comment agreed in Georgi Jech at least one move a. Boosts the National collegiate athletic association s football rules com Mittee was a big Surprise. Immediate reaction of Sec coaches indicates a few More than half Are opposed to the change. Two coaches said they leu into Lead by the associated press Oahu Louisiana state s tigers were were glad to see the change. An All alone in front of the pack to other asked for time to study the Day in the Southeastern con new Rule before making a title race thanks ment. Several mentioned that Jinx move would probably increase in tech to Chicago cubs manager says two men for no. Spots is quest Ion Spivey witness will not talk basketball Star faces perjury new York up the key witness against Bill Spivey for Mer Kentucky University All America basketball player accused of perjury arising Froni the fixing scandal today faced contempt proceedings because of his refusal to talk. The silent witness was Jack zip West who already is serv ing a three year term on charge s of bribing Spivey and others to shave Points on basketball games. West made his refusal to talk in a different courtroom from where Spivey is being tried. The convicted fixer was brought from prison at Auburn n. Y., to appear wednesday before a grand jury still investigating the Cage scandal but declined to discuss the whole affair. My. Case is said the indignant West. I am doing my time. I Don t care what happens judge Louis Cappozzoli gave West until . Today to change his mind or face con tempt charges. Meanwhile in general sessions court selection of the jury that is to try the seven foot Spivey continued. Five jurors were picked wednesday. The 23-year-old Spivey is charged with lying when he said that he did not receive from West for shaving that is holding the score under the betting Point spread and that he did not discuss fixing games during december 1950, and january 1951. By edifice United press sports writer Dallas Tex. Chi Cago cubs who surprised half of the baseball world by finishing fifth in 1952, Are ready to startle the other half by winding up in the first division this year declared manager Phil Cavarretta today. I honestly feel that we re and Omar pwn who won Only four games each last year. Kelly Cavarretta said is going to for get that Slider pitch which got him into trouble so much last year. He said the return of Preston Ward from service would t necessarily push Dee Floridy off first base but would set off a merry scrap that i will watch with every other position on the club is As wide open As that one said Cavarretta who still plans to remain on the Active list and Pinch hit a Little in his 20th is responsible for the breaking Field. About ready to come into our said the cub Boss at his Home Here. I or we re a Young Ball club and therefore have made a lot of the confident Young manager explained but that was because we had to go along with rising Young players who should have been getting seasoning in the minors out at second base now mrs. Zaharias who year in the majors. Women s Golf Golf meet features tourney Tampa Fla. Record Field of 213 golfers headed by defending c h 3 i o n Louise Suggs and formidable babe Zaharias tee off seventh annual tilday in the Tampa woman s. Open Golf tournament. The 72-ho.le play affair oldest fixture on the ladies pea schedule has hiked its prize Ante in prizes san Diego Calif. Up a Field of 146 golfers tee off today in the second annual san Diego open. Overcast skies greeted the first starters. Paired for the opening honors of the tournament were Al Wil Liams Medford ore., and Calvin Coolidge Seattle Wash. They were slated to Start the balls rolling at 7 . Post. Lloyd Mangrum remained the a Iii a Jinjiu uj.11 a . Mijc from which officials said j pre tournament favorite in View is up Stolti a 1w a hid i 2 four rounds of 18 holes will Bej Par 72 record a of his victories in five tournaments during the past six weeks. Right behind him however Gociu Golf club course a com to out in still to Edtl is made for the Lone hitting de Miksis looms As the Man to i babe Long rutting Boros last year on his first two of tonal open j shot a 76-74 rounds and Wais eliminated. Boros tees off in mid morning j Georgia tech and a four Vear 4. To jct ii into their own now gaining Confidence by proving to them juries. Nearly All thought the Rule change would bring Back the All round the boy playing what coach whack Hyder called our Best Overall game by whipped Auburn 79-61 last night. The aug on i vim Atu Iete me boy As no. T who could tackle and handle pass defeat dropped Auburn from defense assignments As Well As with leu for first place to a run or. Pass. Three Way tie for fifth. Auburn has t been loud my in me Usu suib oct him now mrs. Zaharias who makes her tees on in Mia morn go with us. That he s recovered from in Tampa is a two mme with Jimimy Demaret Kiamesha but these boys Are coming with Rifle armed Bill Serena a Winner of the open but finished Lake n. Y., and defending o their own now gaining con possibility if the husky Pepper second to miss sees of Atlanta Champion Ted Kroll new Hart i ence by proving to them pot does t grab Back his year Ford n. Selves they Are big league stuff spot at third. Champion Ted Kroll new Hart i Ford n. It will be late afternoon before s i Wal priv t v k the Field is studded with pro it will be late afternoon before and that experience is going to. Randy Jackson we Battless signal and Amateur stars results of the first round take pay dividends for the Serena at third while Light hit headed by poll Riley of for Tulane As mane Nim is not slated Cavarretta foresaw another Ting Roy Smalley shapes up As Worth Tex who won Good year for big Hank the shortstop with Miksis or Bob in 1950 Patty Bere of the outfielder with the hip Ramazzotti As Insixi Ranov ,8 the title St. I Usu a Crit nauts. Auer with Viii Una i Jarou in 1950 Patty Bere of 9 the outfielder with the big stick Ramazzotti As insurance. Drew 111 Winner in Mont who clouded 37 Home runs and1 it s the Outfield that has i Jameson of san Antonio Tex air no in 191 to in Varrett a Arr Plaa us Jollu 1cx., 1 Gnu o i i Uuie i ulu Cullu Jiw duo Siciu Ilas Kentucky s coach Paul Bear Nast been to drove in 121 runs to Lead the Cavarretta worried As he prays Bryant said he Felt sure the men tech on the engineers National league in both re for some Power to give Sauer s who changed the Rule Are con-1, ome court in years but a aspects. Big Bat a Little help. Frank Vinced they Are acting for the thought test night and Bob Rush Warren Baumholz hit .325 last year but Best interest of football and for Ould bang an end to the Jinx that reason i am pleased Auburn compiled an in 8-1 Only coaches will need More the 1948 Winner Atlanta Amateur Dot Kirby and the Glamor o Wito h to rear ii run to of f in Jack Turner and tech s coach Bill Edwards of Vander Howard Snead were next with bilt mentioned Money. He said in each the new Rule would help schools no other Sec team played on a limited last night and none is scheduled budget. Coaches generally agreed the Day of the player whose ability is limited to one particular phase of the game is about Over. Bobby i Dodd of Georgia tech who favored free substitution commented a lot of boys we would like to play won t get to play others agreed with Dodd. Wally Butts of Georgia said we have quite a few boys who Aren t versatile enough to play both of sense and and Murray Warmath of Mississippi state concluded lots of kids will Nev play now who in the past were playing at least half the Bear Wolf of Tulane reported Vit should t affect Tulane a great Deal because the majority of our team plays both offence and Harvey Robinson assistant coach and assistant athletic director at Tennessee thinks the new Rule will magnify the importance of conditioning and of defense. Robinson said he liked two platoon football. Bob Neyland Tennessee s head coach is a member of the rules committee and has Long been one of free substitution s most outspoken critics. Alabama s red Drew opposed to the new Rule looked at it like this football has returned to the horse and buggy Days. In Stead of having 90-Man squads they will be reduced to 50." Ralph Jordan of Auburn that the size of the squads would be decreased. Jor Dan mid he wanted to study the Rule before commenting at tonight. John Klippstein give us an imposing Start for a Mound he said. That Rush is really going to be something now that he knows he can win and the same goes for Hacker whom you May classify As one of our untouchables he definitely in t trading Klippstein s future Cavarretta said May be even better. As for the fifth starter Cavar Retta has his Eye on Bob Kelly while Brilliant Fielding Hal Jeff coat hit Only .219. Cavarretta thinks Carl Sawat ski the Power hitting Rookie from Nashville will give Toby Atwell help behind the plate if two years of army life has t put too much weight on him. But give me a Good Man for will come from Peggy Kirk of Ponte Vedro Fla., Barbara to Mack Sacramento Calif., and Betty Dodd of san Antonio. Since there is no qualifying round for medallist honors flights will be decided on the basis of first round scores. That no. 3 or 5 Hole in my batting c. Order and Well do Cavar Tisen lower menu Retta mused. Two 6 urns differ on Choice Seffle Menf reached 11 t i a of teams in National league by Gayle Talbot new York if Jackie Robinson and Peewee Reese who comprise the highest paid double play combination in the history of baseball Are evenly divided Between the giants and Phillies As the club Brooklyn will have to beat in the coming National league race. The Little colonel from Louisville Reese is convinced the giants will be up there again gnawing at the dodgers heels. Robinson is just As cer Tain the phils will Supply the big menace if their pitching runs to form. The pair agree that their own outfit will play in the world series against the Yankees naturally. It All comes Down to pitch Jackie reasoned after signing his 53 contract. The Phillies figure to get better pitching than the giants. To begin with they have the greatest Pitcher in the game in Robin Roberts. He s rough. If we had him there would t be any race. We d walk in. About All they need besides Roberts is for Curt Simmons to pitch the Way we know he can All season. You la recall he was great the first half last year. He started the All Star game. Then for some reason i Don t know about he went into a slump. But we can t count on him doing that again. When you have to look at both those Guys in the same series it s Tough. As for the giants How can you figure them to have top pitching both their big men Sal Maglie and Larry Jansen had Back trouble last season and at 36 you Don t get Over that so Jackie did not explain where he got the figure 36. Jansen in particular does not admit to within three years of that Ripe baseball age. Maglie says hell hit it this season. Could have been just a slip of the Robin son Tongue yet baseball play ers sometimes know things about each other s Ages which do not appear in the record books. Reese on the other Side of the room did not go into his reasons for fearing the Polo grounders and he did t need to. It s enough for Peewee that the giants will again be Man aged by his old Short stopping idol Leo Durocher. Ever since he reported to the dodgers Back in 1940 As Leo s designated successor Peewee has held a great admiration for the Dandy Little manager. As far As he is concerned any club piloted by Durocher is the one to watch out for. In triple death Washington up presi Dent elect Eisenhower should be to take to the course until late. He will play with Al Besselink Grossinger n. Y., and dutch j Harrison Ardmore okla. Sedgman improves pro Tennis game Washington up australian Tennis Star Frank Sedge Man showing improvement with each match was deadlocked with Boss Man Jack Kramer at three victories apiece today in their professional series. J relying mostly on his Boom Rifg service Sedgman whipped Kramer 6-2, 6-4, wednesday Cait Cicini Sno ulu do Vic Uneata Well fortified by his first meal night in their opening match of As president. A two night stand in the nations Marion Ark. Suits consist o the congressional inaugural committee has announced the menu for the lunch following Eisenhower s inauguration will cocktail olives Ai n. Fri suits oui in Tyves totalling s303.000 have been set i and radishes baked Ham Cream tied Here for a total of 000 de Chicken potato puffs Cran but still went Down to his sixth capital. Ken Mcgregor Sedgman s teammate on the aussies Davis cup team last year finally won set from Pancho Segura of Ecuador in the co feature match e Ere for a total of 000 e Chen potato puffs Cran u s went own to his attorneys for plaintiffs said to i Berri Jelly Watermelon pickles straight defeat 8-6, 3-5, 6-4. Day. Green salad hot Rolls and Bis the australians routed Kramer the three suits each for Strawberry and chocolate and Segura in the doubles to f a Al _ a Tori 000, followed death of three per sons in a tourist court Cabin in West Memphis Ark., on March 11, 1952. The deaths were Al Edgely caused by escaping Gas. Victims were or. And mrs. Tom Zuffa of Redding Calif., and mrs. Davis e. Puckett of Nicholasville by. The suits were brought by survivors against Artie Ridge of Jonesboro Ark., owner of the courts and mrs. F. F. Streibich sundaes and Coffee. I match 6-4, 6-2. Of West Memphis leased the courts. Who had i russians claim drug doctors say Little help can Given Baltimore at City hospitals said wednesday they Haven t much Hope of doing anything for old Buck Herzog the baseball great of 40 years brought in tuesday sick and penniless. His trouble was diagnosed As advanced tuberculosis p j Mcmillin superintendent of the Hospital added he has approached or reached r a Eucena senility. Herzog an infielder crawled municipal expense. The Hospital 1 said with old Tycobb to estered with John Mcgraw s giants played said it As Good care As he could get anywhere. Merryf t n d 1 a covered radio said today. The baseball world rallied to us Louay. Laicu la he s a russian of course his his Aid wednesday. Larry Mac name was Andrei said he d Pav for anything did old Friend needed. Baseball work with the Antibiotic Long be i commissioner Ford Frick Saidi fore Britain s sir Alexander i reef funds ale available upon it might help if baseball fans i i Auu ion8 memories came to Telic to Buck the Doc tors said. He s very tired and very con fused. He rattles off batting averages talks about squeeze plays remembers players and bark Armieri Ion Fleming the Western recognized i discoverer of penicillin. Fleming discovered the drug in 1929. Moscow radio said polote application enough about baseball to keep us you Asea o keep Hospital said Buck does t up the conversation said me a need the Money As a Long time resident of bal j. V n a a. Ugly nov used penicillin 81 years agouti More he is entitled to com for a skin treatment. Plete medical care for to at millin. He seems to know what he s talking about but he s not very Well adjusted to the of bins Taylor buy now and save during this Sale sport Coots i n 0 w sweaters slipcovers coat sleeveless 20% off men s Wool shirts Woolrich Pendleton 20% off Long sleeve knit sport shirts men s heavyweight jackets 20 off Satin school jackets off men s gabardine topcoats sport cops school Colon Dobyns Taylor specialist in sports

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