Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Nov 27 1958, Page 24

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 27, 1958, Kingsport, Tennessee Me n. My _ Hooga South Side clash tonight in top bowl game perfect weather seen for tonight s Battle u Bank Beasy time news Yoru Kilor two nigh school football aggregations unaccustomed to losing Central and Mem Phis South Battle to night in the 5th annual Kingsport Exchange bowl. And they have common causes for going All out to win. Both lost bids for perfect 1858 records in their last outings and it s been several years since either tasted defeat twice in succession. Unquestionably it will be the number one High school Post season game in the state. Central will go into the game with a record of eight wins and one defeat. South bide has nine wins against a song in loss with favourable forecast from the Crisp night without crowd of perhaps is expected for the 8 o clock Klc Koil at j. Fred Johnson stadium. The Bow festivities will begin at with a gala Parade which will be led by the Memphis South Side marching band and girl s Drill team. The Parade will also include five other area bands. Lynn View Church Hill. Gate City fall Branch and Douglass and 14 other units. The Lynn View band will represent Central at the game. Hie Parade will be formed at the Church Circle. It will go Down Broad Street to main and then Circle Back on Cherokee and finish at new Street. It was previously announced thai the South Side band would to together. I a talus of Toff our Aud tru t out Rul lit but will to Bave a practice Duruk the Day Aud ii would be Betler to have them All we Helm the band was scheduled Loar rive Abdul Tel Inoru Lut. South Side s football team 33 players and Lour coaches arrived shortly before 10 o clock last night they will have a numbering up Drill at Salum this to Rishik. And then rest for uie it Inbinder Ulison 13-0. The i coach e. B. Red Etler s Harleist Terrell Dye Central squad is due to arrive halves Llie purple Pounder line which averages 196 on Altense and 201 of defense is anchored by a quartet of stalwarts who have caused allege scouts to Arnol All season. Guard buddy Hale 208, is per haps the most sought after line Man in state High school circles lie plays both ways. 1 a i w Vav i in two sections a Xian. One group recur Jiuu 11 will come in by chartered bus and be better u have Ike i the others will be aboard a charter to Airliner this afternoon. Toe i primarily because of its Ferine to Ime in Way decease. Is generally regard d As a one touchdown Mavorite. However past clashes Between the two schools Aud comparative scores of this year indicate the decision could go either Way. Teams coached by Johnny druze Calls if quits Milwaukee coach his three years were plagued Johnny druze Bias called it qui Siby loss of players and injuries after three years of trying to re-1 which almost never permitted him turn Marquette University to the to Field his Best players at the Etter and Stribling have met three times and the Veteran Sooga coach has a one game Edge. Every game has been decided by a single touch Down. In 1955 and 1957. Central won 14-7 and 7-0. In 1956, South Side the Day coach Jack Stulb Lilik said. Coach str Blini said his senior dominated squad was looking to Ward the name with All serious Ness. 1 think they really wont to redeem themselves for that past inn we took last they certainly know will be going against a rugged the coach added. As indicated by those scores both clubs Are Long on defense. They also have from similar split to attacks. Control s Bliest scoring punch is curried by fullback Gilbert trus icy. A 117-Pound Junior with Power arid Speed. Will Trusley in the backs add will be senior speedsters Mike o url ii at quarterback und South Side arrives for game end Grady Wade Center George Shuford Aud tackle Bobby Locke 222 have also earned their share of headlines. South Side s line will be at a disadvantage of Only eight pounds per Man and will have a decided Dolfe in the Baclic Fjeld. Foremost among the scrappers Backfield Are rugged seniors Chuck Sampler and Bob Chandler. Standing 6-2 and Zelii Hank 191. Tempter is one of West Tennes see s lop scorers and has aver med four Yards per try while run lung with the Bull. He also does a Good part of the passing from his halfback position. Chandler has averaged 5.3 Yards per Curry from his fullback Posi Tion and the 198-Pounder is also among the top ten touchdown Mak ers of the Memphis prep league. Jimmy peek an elusive 160 Pound halfback and Murray Mer Ryning it quarterback round out the scrappers Backfield. 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