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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - March 4, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee10 thursday March 4, 1954 Kingsport times District eight meet full steam East Stone Gap Pound going Ault leading scorer among group 2 teams by Marshall Johnson Richmond Richard auit deep Creek s Brilliant Cen won the state group Gate City loses 52-47 Scholastic race with basketball a 56-Ooint scoring barrage clip Rale Cut 111 Davis. 8 6 Gill Lam. 11 Richmond 1 in Nln stood pm i Mulins. 20 score by quarters Clintwood Pound 45, St. Paul 27 n foes in first round by Bill cak1co Wise a. Pound and East Stone Gap emerged with opening round victories Here wednesday night As District Viii tourney action got into full swing before a slim crowd held to 500 by a driving snowstorm. Clintwood took the opener from Norton 38-28. Pound coasted to a 45-27 Victory Over St. Paul and East Stone handed Bis Stone Gap a 67-45 beating. Charlie Morris racked up the _ in tit xon Hawkins. Leowich. St. Paul Cooper tourneys High individual d. Evans r. Evans. scoring 38 Points in East score by quarters Stone s win Over their town rivals. Coach Sam Dixon s speedy j East Stone 67, big 45 Quint jumped into a 21-9 lead1 and coasted the remainder of the Way. Norton s Black raiders threw a scare into Clintwood in the opener. They jumped away into a 9-3 Lead at the first Stop and held a 14-11 halftime advantage. But it took Clintwood less than minutes to even the count and Roll to Victory. Big Doug Mullins an All state Choice for two seasons led the Way with 20 Points. Jones hit 10 t Ayers 6 p a pvt 11 r . 13 c Smith. 12 o Lancer. 0 o Fulllen. Subs Thomas Walker Campbell ii. Coif. W. A mlle. Gate ctr Stacy 2. Score by quarters Thomas Walker 11 t 17 17-52 Gate City 10 14 in 13-47 Mellons and Showalter. Clintwood 38 Norton 28 nor inn cjs1 a legs 9 Bailey 4 f Ford. 3 Pattisall. 0 c Ward 0 Lester 7 o Jones. 10 Hylton. 4 g Dixon. 6 subs Clintwood Wheatley 3. Norton Fulton. Robbins. To r 17 10-38 a Middlecoff favorite in Houston open Baker. 12 g b g Lubs Pound Raker 2, for Norton. Pound warmed slowly to its Slone Anderson. 4 Slacer. 11 Morris. 38 Hamilton 4 Gembach. 2 p Allman c Boston g Cooper 7 g Shepherd 4 subs East Stone 4, Welkins 2, Poole 2. Kerns. Stone Mahan an Derson 12, grands Afi 3, Homer 2, Snow grass 3. Score by of unters East Stone 21 is 13 h-67 big Stone 6 14 16-45 Jonesville by 50-37 tuesday night against great Bridge while the erstwhile Leader Churchland s fabulous Fred die James was powerless to stay in Contention. James who set a new Scholastic record of 83 Points against Poquoson feb. 19 finished his regular season last Friday night with 40 Points against Smithfield to give him 78 for two games last week and a total of 625 in 17 games this 36.8-Point average. That average looked pretty Good until Ault went into action against great Bridge. The deep Creek Ace poured in 24 Field goals and eight free throws to boost his season s total to 531 Points in 14 almost fantastic average of 37.9 Points per contest. Strictly no Competition for the two District 1 stars. In third place with a 25.3-Point average is Bernard Goldstein of 13 4-45 Galax followed by Sterling Kane ii i 10-27 of Fries with 25.2 and Bobby Mccoy of Spotsylvania with 21.5 rounding out the top 10 with their average per game Are re icon Bobby Brown of Manchester Ben Valley of Lebanon Houston Middle of Back in action after a 10 Day illness began defense today of his Houston open Golf title. The Memphis dentist was a of favorite despite having been out of tournament Competition since he lost the Phoenix open playoff feb. 8 to de Furgol. The Only two time Winner round on the Par 72 memorial Park course. Most frequently mentioned As the men Middlecoff May have to beat for the top prize were payers and ties. Sunday s or Lon hitters Johnn race to Divide the 000 Jackpot were the Only big names absent last night when first round pair Ings were completed. Friday s Field will be Cut to players two other Long hitters Johnny Palmer and Roberto de Vicenzo. Palmer the 1949 Winner Here won the mexican National open last monday one stroke in front of de Vicenzo the handsome 1 be halted to the Low Here Middlecoff had a 68 yes Argentine. Ter Day for. His final practice Sam Snead and Ben Hogan 60 and ties. Harry Pidhirny of Syracuse tied american hockey league record by scoring six goals in one game. Compare prices and terms . Winkle Oil floor Furnace Complete with 1. Circulating fan z. Forced draft fan 3. Safety switch 4. Automatic controls installed Complete Only per month no Down months to Pas Southern Sheet Metal works 334 e. Sullivan St. Dial Circle 5-4241 Coal furnaces Coal fluid Doty Alert for for in it or i Homes. Completely fatal la. Priced from to . Oil floor Furnace special j150.00 Ullh times news classified ads get results St. Paul 271 Frazier 8 Salyer 2 Hull 0 Cheeks g Fletcher. 11 Dot Ron Enrille in Williams. 23 Burtner. 4 renin Ron 371 Parsons Al 0 Taklie Davidson 0 c Parsons. 6 r. A re Sulc 3 Lampkin 4 g Woods. 8 subs Jonesville Williams 3. Barrett Root 2, Harris 2. Rosenbaum 6 Fenning ton i Craft 5. Cun Riv 6. Score by quarters Jonesville Pennington is 13 5 11 task against underdog St. Paul. Coach Monroe Parker s High scoring machine could boast no better than a 21-17 halftime Lead. But the wildcats piled in 20 Points in the third period to a Singleton for the deacons to put. The game on ice. Baker and Mullins led the at tack with 12 and 11 Points respectively. Fletcher collected 11 for the losers. On the Flatwoods floor Jones Ville knocked out Pennington Gap 50-37, and Thomas Walker took a close 52-47 decision Over Shoemaker High of Gate City. Tonight s action at Flatwoods v.-h1 find Jonesville taking on Wise at . And Thomas Walker meeting St. Charles. Wise knocked off Appalachia tuesday night while St. Charles Drew a Bye. Tonight s schedule at of the eight teams which finds Clint oort playing Pound begin play today in the 34th an Ancl East Stone Gap tangling Nual tournament and interfered Southern tourney teams delayed by Snow by Phil Mangelsdorf Morgantown w. A. Southern conference basketball teams ran into an unscheduled opponent weather. 21.2 Paul Hall of christians Burg 21 Duffy Walker of staf Ford 21 and Bob Dixon of Poca Hontas 20.6. Ault s resurgence gave him the scoring leadership for the year in District 1, while Goldstein took honors in District 6, Mccoy in District 2 and Valley in District 7. Other District champions in Over All play Are Tom Powers of Coeburn in District 8 with a 19.b Point average de Mitchell of Whitmell in District 4 with 19.5, Bill Chittum of Lexington in District 5 with 18.8 and Herb Seay of Victoria in District 3 with 16.6. The final tabulation of the 30 group ii scorers with total Points scored and average per1 game Ault 531, 37.9 James 625, 36.8 Goldstein 506, 25.3 , 403, 25.2 Mccoy 365, 21.5 Brown 299, 21.4 Valley 424, 21.2 Hall 420, 21 Walker 453, 20.8 Dixon ,391, 20.6. Powers 334, 19.6 Mitchell 371, 19.5 Shittum 245, .18.8 Bruce Sharp Snow flurries and High winds delayed the arrival of 1 William King of Abing Klon 354, 18.6 , Fries 292, 18.8 Wayne Hairfield. Mar with Coeburn. Coeburn Drew a first round Bye. Jonesville got off to a flying Start against Pennington Gap and was never headed. The win Rirs held Pennington scoreless for seven minutes and built up a 15-5 Lead Piny. After one period of Dwight Williams tossed in 23 with scheduled practices. Washington and Lee which meets conference Champion George Washington in the first round cancelled its scheduled 7 . Practice at Fairmont state College. Other teams some arriving late by plane and car warmed Linsville 342, 18 Bill Heath Varina 338, Charles Morris East Stone Gap 320, 17.8 Garn Ett Boyd Brosville 389, 17.7 Sonny Frazier Wise sufi 17.6 Jim Mullins Pound 281, Harold Roland Chilhowie 333, 17.5 Gene Burgner Jonesville 296, 17.4 Charles tickle Pulaski 327, 17.2 Fred Hildebrand James Wood of Winchester 319, 16.8 Okey Davidson Graham of Blue Field 333, 16.7 and Sonny Parker Culpeper 261, 16.7. Daily double Worth a by Ullh t l to 17 holders anybody will have to play t 7-Tlead Early in the game their Heads to beat George Charles w a Thomas Walker rebounded for double at Charles a 11-10 Edge at the first Stop j the logical team tagged to do i town race track paid Shoemaker built up a 4-18 upsetting of the Champion wednesday to each of 17 Lucky n i it in ten Virril o j. O in owing in Wui iams Ujma a m a up at the West Virginia univer Points to Lead the winning at r h three Day tack. Paul Woods and Bob a . Sons netted eight each for the j 10gate Thomas walk Brown spoke for the majority of or a stiff scare before falling observers when he said the Blue devils zoomed into a 4-18 half time Marsin. But once More the fan Upsel is in the books is holders of tickets nos. 8 and 10. Winners came Back to i in the High scoring and its the double payoff. Largest Here in two years was the result of count. 33-ail, with five minutes All America Frank Selvy. Rift in the third Quarter and pull a Fly for the win. Four in hit in the double figures for the winners. They Werp Virgil Scott 13. Oscar Smith Jack Campbell 11 and Roger keys 10l Ford Quillen netted 19 for Gate City and Gilliam added 11. Holly Mims punches Way past Ward Detroit Classy Holly Mims had another boxing Vic Moses Furman comes into the tour upsets. In the first lament with a 92.4 Point per game average for the past sea son the highest in the nation and 2.2 Points better than its 1952-53 average the highest single game total for any one team in Southern conference tourney play was 91 scored last year by West Virginia against Furman. Selvy himself boasts a higher average 41.7 in conference tilts this year than the single game tournament record of 40 Points set last year by Gene Shue of Maryland. On the basis of average game scores for the past season the for the first tory today and Youn Ward still was looking for his first big time win. The Veteran time at West re Washington. D. C., middleweight sult in some Stepladder totals won a split decision by out smarting Ward in their nation ally televised 10-round bout at olympic stadium last night. Mims. At 153. Was outweighed Sovin pounds by Ward. Referee Weber saw the 93-89 for minis. Judae House scored it 89-88 for Mims and judge Asprey called it 94-88 for Ward. Following Furman in the Point average column for this season Are Host team West Virginia with 82.9, George Washington with 80.9, Richmond with 78.3 land Virginia military with 73.5 it will be West Virginia in to Morrow s first game against Wil Liam and Mary at 2 . The George Washington a. And l. The thin crowd paid game will follow. Evening con tests will see Furman tangle with mrs. Edward Lee s hot footed Ridden by Benny scrip came in first to pay for and Richard Gordon piloted Joseph Utt Erbacker s Weber j. To the front for a winning Price in the second race. Holders of the winning tick ets had an anxious moment when r. E. Ford who Rode Good rehearsal to second made a foul claim against Gordon and Weber j. But the Steward approved Weber a . In Ford s claim had. Been Al Lowed the daily double would have been s170.60. Ted Williams goes to Miami for rest Sarasota Fla. Of Ted Williams left for his Miami Home wednesday to nurse his left col Lar Bone fractured monday when in tumbled while attempt ing to Field a Ball Only a few minutes after he had reported for Spring training. With the Boston red sox. Mickey Grasso working hardest at tribe Camp Tucson Ariz. Mickey Grasso who came to the Cleve land indians this year from the Washington senators says he has never worked As hard before As he does now at the tribe s desert training Camp. For Fant Safe courteous service Gilliam cabs 5-3171 Back no Union bus 1 Erm nil. Davidson at and Richmond his face distorted with pain with Vii at Williams visited the Payne Field tournament Semi finals for pictures and then be played Friday night and the left for Home driven by his bus finals saturday at 8 . Iness manager Fred Corcoran in to title of 50 and 100 tablets there in t anything better or faster for headache Relief dec headache . Provide . minor muscular aches and functional periodic pains. 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