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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 12, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeHill toppers spoil bugs debut 27 to 0 visitors show powerful ground attack Cannon Austin Are Sparks by Frank Creasy sports writer scoring the first time they gained Possession of the pig skin Johnson City s Hill toppers spoiled Sullivan s Home Gridiron debut by spanking the buccaneers 27-0, in front v of an estimated at j. Fred Johnson stadium last night. In six minutes and 15 seconds Johnson City churned 57 j Yards in eight plays for the Ini tial touchdown and after a scoreless second period the toppers blowing fullback to Austin turned the game into a runaway with scoring runs of five and 60 Yards. It was Johnson City s second straight Victory of the year its opener being a 44 0 touchdown Avalanche against Cranberry n. The loss by the identical score of 1951 s game Between the two was Sullivan s second in three outings of the infant Campaign and marked the fourth straight year that the toppers have coasted past the pirates. Austin and pint sized Quarter Back r. L. Cannon spiked off the biggest chunks of Johnson City s Dobyns Bennett meets Jefferson City tonight elks rated As Good As last year boast Backfield big heavy men Friday sept. 12, 1952 Kingsport times 368 Yards gained during the game. Cannon who is a 145-Pound Sophomore at science Hill High Slid and hid in both directions from the t formation and when the totals were run after the game he had accounted for 158 cards in 14 carries. Cannon also two Bowling teams Are tied for top spot Coeburn Norton to meet Fuller and Hillman Eastman Roll into Lead after games Fuller Hillman and East Man jumped into a tie for first i place at the Kingsport Bowling Center thursday night by sweep 1 ing four Points in the Industrial i league s 1952 opener. Fuller Hillman led by Cap Tain Del Lane rolled Over Mead j while Eastman was sweeping the Points from Penn Dixie. The foundry Keggler rounded out the night s action by taking by Bill Calico Coeburn a. Burn s Blue knights step out in the role of giant killer for the second straight week tonight when they entertain the Power packed Norton Black raiders in the featured District eight game of the week end. Coach Hugh red Blessing s Crew Are fresh from a 7-6 Victory Over big Stone Gap and Are out Erskins Edmunds Sullivan s standout n coach Niles Brown s charges crashed in to spill Childress for a 12-Yard loss to Stop a Sullivan spiralled a 17 Yard pass to end March. Jim Webster in the second Austin s 60-Yard dash made Rod and traipsed 69 Yards for i less than two minutes later the longest run of the game j squelched whatever upset Hopes scored one touchdown on a 16-j the hues had harboured and a Vard dash and sent three per-114-Yard scoring Spruit by sub feet left footed extra through the uprights. Points statute Al margin. Brimer finished the Austin s personal total was 108 Yards in nine tries Anc he was for an Exchange of punts coupled with two successive 15-Yard penalties pushed Sullivan Back to an outstanding Backer up the toppers Forward Wall. Its own 13. Bishop s punt from in 1951 Austin also stored two Here was blocked by Fred car touchdowns against the pirates. Mack and two plays later Austin Jackie Hicks Sullivan signal caller took the opening Kickoff from his own five to the 30 be fore being stopped. At that Point Erskine Edmunds chose the first play of the game to Send a Short pass to end Max Bishop who in turn to Carl Childress. That play netted 26 Yards and brought the partisan gathering to its feet but the bucs could bulled Over from the five Mak ing it Johnson City 14, Sullivan 0. Race track is from Kingsport three Points utilities. Lane was the individual Star of the night. He opened action with a 245 game Good for top single game of the night and finished with a series of 573, also tops in the league. Eastman turned in the top team single game with a 940 Effort and had High total with a 2494. Teams Eastman the Fuller t Hulman foundry Penc digit Mead last night s scores Eastman l 0 0 1 3 4 4 pet. 1.000 1.000 .750 .3501 Sooj ,000 the Coeburn team is in Excel Lent shape for the game but Blessing thinks Sam Lawson s nor i Crew has too much for his Sophomore studded team. The Black raiders have Letterman Back in every position with am ple Reserve strength. One of the largest crowds of the season is expected to be on hand at 8 . When kick off time comes. With a running and to pull another upset tonight passing Duel expected to develop Blessing is anything but opt Between Coeburn s Sam Buchan mistic about his charges chances an and Buzzy Breeding the win of pulling another Surprise How Ever. Well have to improve 100 per cent on blocking and tackling if we Hope to stay on the same Field with he stated thursday after he had sent the team through lengthy blocking and tackling sessions. The Coeburn Mentor is Well pleased with the knights1 show ing against big Stone and singled out guard Gene Cochrane and blocking Back Biff Baker for particular Praise. Cochrane is the lad that grabbed a Fumble and raced 71 Yards for Coeburn s touchdown and Baker rocked big Stone runners with vicious tackles time and time again. Ner of this tilt will be Odds on favorite to win District eight laurels. Bob Maupin shines for Betsy Elizabethton two other conference pc of Cist Are scheduled for tonight a Juu luo1 Palac Hla s defending champs Are expected to get Back on the a a nine Nath when the w w u by Ning path when the bulldogs take on East Stone at big Stone but the tigers could prove troublesome. Wise dealt Appalachia a 15-14 setback in last week s opener while East Stone s Pat Osborne was leading his team to a 19-0 Victory Over Pound. In the final game of the night Pennington Gap and Pound High fight it out at Pound. Racers. I Cloyd who ranks just about on Par with Austin and Savior Thompson Silas Al of Stevens sub to Al Handicap total inc. Hep. Penn a lilt Hobbs Cunningham Nunnelly Wolliver Ferree Collinsworth totals Fuller it Hillman lit u2 133 204 13b to 2nd 179 168 155 Loo 157 809 a 40-Lap hot Rod feature race is planned at the Scott county Speedway saturday night. Joe Purkey Morristown oper Ator of the Morristown Speed Way is now manager of the half mile track. Purkey said time Tri als would begin at p. M. With the first race beginning at p. M. Over 15 hot rods Are expected Jug from the Tri cities area and j a in oei1 from Athens Morristown Knox Ville and Greeneville. Morrow there will be three 10-Lap sub total Handicap total inc. Hep. Callahan total Cannon started things going for the toppers when he wiggled through the line for nine Yards. Austin bulled his Way for two Yards and a first Down and then Cannon made it another first Down with an 11-Yard cutback. This Trio alternately carried the Oblong to Sullivan s 16, and Cannon went Over standing and a to Lap Erskine Edmunds Sophomore i along with the Mam event j Sullivan fullback who has in the 40-Lap feature race. Admin j proved with each of three games 51 ?sm1bn played blasted through the mid Purkey said he was die for seven Yards on each make the Scott county track two attempts giving the bucs of the Best in East Tennes first Down on their own Stripe but there the drive bogged Down. Since Spring training the bos Bishop s punt left the Maroon ton red sox have added 18 new Clad toppers on their own 30 players to their roster. Yard Stripe and Sullivan went teen of them presently Are Back on the offensive when the team Ter Bob Mccracken pounced on a Fumble at the 41. Two five Yard penalties and a Fumble of their own left the bucs in their territory and Bishop was called to punt them out. This time Bishop s Boot was killed by Larry Hixon on John son City s 14-Yard line. Sullivan s defenders hurled the toppers Back on three thrusts at the line and Johnson City lined up in punt formation with Cannon Back. Ronald Williams broke through to Block the punt 20 Yards from Johnson City s goal line but Childress third Down pass was intercepted by Cloyd and the threat ended. Until intermission the top pers fought to push Over another Marker but time ran out just As Cannon completed an Aerial to Webster on the Sullivan three. Edmunds intercepted a pass by Cannon to thwart the toppers f lilt drive and Bob Evans play inn an inspired game at end for statistics Glrst Don is Sullvan a Johnson City 17. Tardy bushing Sullivan it Johnson City tards Passoni Sullivan 114, Johnson passes attempt and Bull Van it. Johnson City i. Pas 177 143 146 165 245 879 145 ins 93 595 2nd 174 131 140 141 172 765 1st 144 158 716 31 1st 158 123 131 143 us 74 150 177 738 136 108 154 103 63.5 14 649 141 126 131 151 757 a 158 134 150 14b 740 sri 184 134 153 148 128 745 19 764 sri 131 132 117 b8 88 616 3rd 170 1m 15 139 156 3rd 190 100 134 131 3rd 144 120 145 137 128 674 16 6bo Rogersville Church Hill play tonight Rogersville spa Rogersville s highly respected warriors will be gunning for their second straight Watauga con Ference Victory Here tonight when they entertain Arch rival Church Hill. The warriors upset highly favored Jonesboro 18-6, in their s season opener last Friday night Ujj Jeand Rogersville followers Are 1867jhoping that coaches Jake Pope and Burleigh Davis Are Breeding a conference title contender this season. Church Hill enjoyed an open Wise indians win 78-0, As. Deacons lose by Carroll n. Tate St. Paul spa the Wise High indians co favourites to win the District eight championship Defeated the St. Paul deacons Here thursday night 18-0. Wise got it s first score Early in the opening period when the indians kicked off to St. Paul and held the deacons for four plays. After St. Paul had kicked out of danger the tribe went to work. Six running plays carried the Ball to the St. Paul s 18-Yard line where two passes fell in Complete. On the next play Knoxville of Knoxville East and Elizabethton each scored six Points in the first Quarter thursday night and then Bat Dobyns Bennett not truly tested in last week s 20-0 lid lifter against Oliver Springs collides with revenge minded Jefferson City at j. Fred Johnson stadium tonight and cold undeniable facts rate the Battle m toss up any Way you look at it. Kickoff time is 8 . Beaten by the indians 14-13, last year Jefferson City sends a lineup of All Letterman into fray and coach Jack Diggs has half a dozen More seasoned hands augmenting his 34-Man travelling squad. Individually the tribe and Herd Are matched Al most to the Man. Coached Schwarz local red men Field a line that averages 180 pounds and Jefferson City is approximately the same. Also the leather lugging coteries from the two Camps average about the same they both operate from the deceptive split to formation. While the invaders can boast an abundance of Monogram winners Dobyns Bennett has the advantage of having played a game this season. First game tied fruitlessly the other three j jitters behind and a. Week spent periods to a 6 to 6 tie. Correcting mistakes like five the East mountaineers scored j fumbles against Oliver first on a pass from Deane Cox to end Charlie Weaver that Cov ered 32 Yards. Weaver attempted to kick the extra Point but the cyclones line smothered the try. Two plays later Elizabethton tied the score. I the cyclones took the Kickoff i on the 15 and returned it to the 37. Fullback Nickie Hyder blasted Over tackle on a quickie play and moved straight Down the Middle for 63 Yards and a touchdown. Hyder s attempt to plunge Over for the then apparently unimportant extra Point was stopped at the line of scrimmage. Bob Maupin Elizabethton s Star halfback was the entire offensive show for the cyclones outside of Hyder s Gallop. The 160-Pound senior was a consistent ground gainer but could never find the scoring punch. The mountaineers turned Back a threat in the third Quarter to stave off defeat. With Maupin turning in Yeoman duties the Charles Holyfield passed to Ross i cyclones pushed to the Knoxville Stallard who later aled the pig-1 one Yard line but the Mountain Date last week and head Mentor i skin to Sloan. Sloan Thenie ers braced for two plays and s. L. Taylor and assistant the remaining Dos Dykes have been hard at work to Tance for the score. Chad Boll 320 Iron out the kinks that the j ing s try for the extra Point panthers showed in their 26-8 if ailed. To Sullivan in their 1952 after the Kickoff St. Paul was Al opener. Again forced to kick. On the first hi1, the to minded panthers will Plav scrimmage Sloan took oust depend on 59 quarterback Bill Creasy to direct their attack. A Handoff and went 48 Yards to turned Back the threat. Neither team got a sustained drive going after that. Score by quarters Elizabethton East 600 600 the St. Paul five Yard line. Stal picked up four Yards to the scoring touchdowns East Weaver Elizabethton Hyder. Coach Schwarz is confident that his aggregation will give a partisan throng of around Rea son for cheering. Or. E. E. Litkenhous a Vander bilt professor who predicts foot Ball winners from his own mathematical formula Calls this one even in the current week s list nos. Do and Jefferson City Are red for 29th place in the state both owning lit ratings of 80.3. Perhaps the two biggest Wor Ries coach Schwarz will have to night Are personified by 235 Pound George Underwood and 211-Pound Bill Denton. The giant Underwood is reputed to cover much defensive ground from his Ackle spot and co Captain Den Ion will be trying to open gaps rom a guard position. The Diggs Meri Don t employ the two platoon system to its fullest however one or two changes Are the coach revealed. Underwood is strictly a defensive Stalwart. Dobyns Bennett s lineup will be virtually the game As last week coach Schwarz indicated that finds David King at quarterback Roddy Mcmillon and Dick Warren at the halves and either Ken Simonds or Don Sal Ley at fullback. Reece Hefner and Gardner Hammonds Are stationed at the flanks Jimmy Dobyns or Dudley Dave Arnold a hard charging j Pinea up Lour Yaras 10 me football rally to lad will team up with freshman Jone and went Over on the next _ Lester Ball at halfback and Bill Bill Robert kick for club i Morton 2791 care of the 3rd 148 112 150 513 778 2256 will take fullback duties. Rogersville which switched to the single Wing this season will have Jed Winsted a its main offensive threat. The husky Back tit scored two touchdowns against 473 340 450 extra Point was wide. Midway in the third stanza Wise s Sloan took a punt and returned the pigskin to St. Paul s -16-Yard line. Stallard dashed 34 Yards to the St. Paul five. Again Stallard picked up school auditorium tuesday sep tember 16, at p. Mah per sons interested Are invited to be present. Medical student Jonesboro and passed for a third three Yards to the holy Durham n Frank Lino Tinct Nir Verl in rep Fri srm. 1951 foot full cad six Pointer. Gam time is 8 . Cleveland s Mike Garcia May become league s most valuable player giants gain on dodgers Field s line Buck picked up one i Gibson Duke s 1951 football Cap i two plays later Ross Stal i Tain from Wilmington n. C., is lard went Over from the one. Currently enrolled in the Duke Roberts kick for the extra Point medical school. The defensive was blocked. J flanker was an All Southern St. Paul threatened twice Dur pick last season. Ing the Ball game once when Hanks picked up a Wise Fumble and raced 31 Yards before being hauled Down on the Indian s one Yard line. But a Strong Wise of Echt still Vul 303. Johnson City City 1. Passes sea Chaplet id t. Johnson by jul Lvan 1. John son City i. Rumbles Sullivan 4. Johnton City Opp. Fum Lii 3. Johnson City 0. Final Les us Ulsan for 13 Yards Joha clt7 5 or m Yards. 3 for 33.1 Yards per try so Trade Johnson City j or 32.3 Yards try average. Seare by 4okkson Crry n Suluvan b 0 0 0 0 seeking touchdowns Cannon Austin 3 60, Belmar it Yard extra Points Cannon 3 from officials Prink Lalon. A Faret j. A it Tnger Urpin Lam unas Ama Fred i. O. Judt Ralph Stroup Cleveland s Pennant drive and the Mike Garcia Boom for most valuable player Are swinging along hand in hand. With the Bear boasting a string of 28 consecutive score less innings the onrushing indians yesterday crept within one half game of the Idle new York Yankees. Cleveland s eighth straight win longest Streak of the year in the american league was a 1-0 Job by Garcia who allowed Only two Philadelphia singles. It was his seventh shutout. Six weeks ago Bobby Shantz of the Philadelphia a s seemed to have a lock on the Ameri can league map award. He still is the favorite but Garcia is lining up a torchlight Parade of supporters. While Little Bobby failed five times in a Row reaching id win no. 23, Garcia has produced five straight wins to make the 20-Grade. He is the third 20-game Winner in the league. Heading into the showdown one game series with the yanks sunday Garcia looms As As the Likely Cleveland starter. The indians now have 13 to play the Yankees 14 More games. The yanks Aren t the Only leaders looking Over their shoulders. Brooklyn is at it again with the new York giants closing in. When Brooklyn lost to Chi Cago 11-7, yesterday and the giants nipped Pittsburgh 5-4, the dodger Lead dwindled to 3" 2 games. A year ago the giants were six games Back on the morn ing of sept. 12 and most of them were on the losing Side of the Ledger. Chicago taking two of four from Brooklyn piled up an Early Lead that was More than enough to offset a grand slam Homer by Andy Pafko and an eighth inning rally. Once again it was a Story of inadequate pitching for the dodgers with Billy Loes and Ben Wade taking their bumps in a seven run fourth inning. Seven errors were committed in the Sloppy game that saw 22 hits including Hank Sauer s 37th Homer Roy Smalley s fifth and Parko s 17th. All dodger runs were unearned. Al dark and Sal Yvars hit homers for the giants and Bob Elliott delivered two with a Pinch single but they needed an error by Catcher Joe Garagiola to get the winning run in the seventh. Hoyt Wilhelm turned in an other splendid Relief Job in his 62nd game to save Sal mag lie s 16th win. He allowed Only one Homer by Sonny 2 2-3 innings. Maglie was nicked for Ralph Kiner s 34th Home run. Robin Roberts of the Phillies wrapped up his 24th, tops in the majors by beating the St. Louis cards 3-2. The win gave the phils two out of three Over the cards who switch operations to Brooklyn tonight for the first of a two game series. The giants play a Day a doubleheader with Cincinnati. 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Waverly 46. White Bluff 0. Memphis miss Csc 37, us phys East t. Bearden 13. Carter 0. Lake City 13, Lobbs 7. Devoe paint Roberts Johnson lumber company in elders snyphes 451 w. Sullivan Street Harkleroad s Kini sport s oldest. Largest and most Cor plea feed store. Nii Trena staf of life feeds Lawn farm seeds Grain fertilizers Corner Market and Commerce Sti. 2400 scott1 county Speedway Gate City a. Hot Rod races saturday night. Sept. 13 time trials . First race . Sharp program Thrett 10-Lap Hal Ratois 16-up Contin Raci 40-Lap it Turt races sanctioned by the Smoky it. Racing association promoter Joe Purkey Hewitt will be at one tackle with Jim Churchill at the other and Clyde dynamite Durham and Bill Stapleton Are expected to get the nods for assignment to guard spots. Tommy Henley seems Well rooted As Pivot Man and line Backer. Coach Diggs would t we did t honestly expect him to predict the outcome of the game hit after seeing the redmen in help first showing last week he thinks it will be an interesting football Diggs outfit won eight and lost two last year and the former Carson Newman Star openly expects this year s squad to do As Well. Elk signal called fete Roach 155 pounds and 6-1, already has big collegiate names smiling his Way and he s got another year of High school. Roach is a shifty runner above average passer and his Ball handling leaves Little to be desired. With Roach to the Backfield speedster Earl Farrow 142 pounds will be at right half and Jimmy Noe another ten second Man lines up on the left Side of the t. Milligan silvers 173 pounds firmly smoothed Over a 6-1 Frame does the heavy duty running from fullback. Flag races at a glance National be agcy clan w l pet. Go Brooklyn m m is hew York 4 94 3 i if Ramal Niit oases Brooklyn at 13 Boston 3, cd Natl a Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 1, it. Louis 3. Away 3 Boston new York at boat 13 Boston 3, Chu Yafo 2, Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 3, it Louis 11. Away 3 Philadelphia Ahe Icax league clan w 1. Pet. Go lad York 13 67 .513 14 Cleveland s3 i his 13 remaining games new York at Home 3 Philadelphia away 11 Boston 3. Cd Locaco a Cleveland to Detroit a. Philadelphia Cleveland at Home 11 Boston 1. Detroit 4, new York 1, Washington 1, Chicago away 2 Detroit College football Power Index you be the expert As exacting Tang of autumn fills or 800 football teams swing into another big Stason. For next woks they la battling in hundreds of Gridiron. The question on everyone s lips will who la Dick Dunkel s College football Power Index will answer that question at a glance Dunkel s ratings give a capsule news Story about each team summarizing its performance compared to All others. You pc fit mix Maat atom qty starts tuesday sept. 16 t. In tie Kingsport times news

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