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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 21, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeThe sports world by Bill Dale Betsy Bunch looking Good the elizabethan cyclones seen to be the top team in upper East Tennessee at the moment Ako a state contender. J and their 11th Urai Ghi. Dating Back to Lasi year s record by defeating Tun. 3.-j. In a big five comes. Friday night opened the season by rolling Over Unaka. 38-0. The Mem capitalize on Suu Van miscues to Down the f Tond of season. They then Defeated com contest was the opening 8nes the Cychion ame Between to Doby is Banneit indians another threat to the big five Crown rolled 10 easy victories in he Fust two contests outside the conference the inc ans Defeated Virginia High of Bristol in the opening contest by j. Fred Johnson Park. 18-0. And then came Back to Roll up one of s1 re com Fliday nish1 cart my Over to Chattanooga next saturday night with contest with the up cur packed purple Pounders rated fourth in the Litkenhous slate ratings. The indians open their big five season against Erwin oct 1 in the opening same with the bearcats fullback cry Gilmer picked up two touchdowns while quarterback Jimmy o Dell collected the other. In Friday night s game with Carter five Grinders Sot into the scoring column with Charles Morelock tallying three times to Lead the Way. Gene Hilton and Ruben canny each picked up two six pointers and guard Graham Kelly picked up a Fumble and scooted Over for the other touchdown. After eight extra Point attempts failed j uprights and Points. Tuesday. September 21. King port 7 Mcconnell s big time Genius five gait it in the Linda fair run us mrs or. Mcconnell was presented with a be Aeiful trophy As Well As award. Other a liners in the other stake Ding a Saddle. Dressen is reported tuner in the other stake glasses were mrs. Dorothy bran i r it i i son Roberts of Abin Judon. Riding ill 11116 of Blo i High owned Livic Ulula or. And mrs. J. F. Branson nil or. And mrs. J. Abm Don. In the los Angeles. Sept. 21 stake three los Angeles. Sept. 21 gaited class. Sambo Crockett or i e los examiner report aiding Fly by night owned by cd today that baseball Veteran Oran Agee of Bland won the.1 6 Drissen i return to the stake Plantation class. Major leagues As a manager next Idlof he examiner Story did is new Don Loving of Bristol took top the 55-year-old Mamie or honors in the open jumpers class manager at Brooklyn in with his jumper Lucky lne Pennant the last two and owned by miss old to Szijj to the giants in Donna sue Loving. The Post season playoff m i95i. The Fine harness class prize Ilee 1 Brooklyn last year to the Rocky s bandaged beak is a Little too much for added two More on the final two tries three does t to be scared. Marciano s nose was injured before he knocked out challenger ez2ard Charles last Friday at Yankee stadium. The unbeaten heavyweight Champion television sunday Oglu with Putty covering the Cut until it could not be seen by the audience the toppers blanked Cranberry. North Carolina in same on their schedule and had to rally last Everett High of ones average Scharte sees movies agrees he was Down games this season by the associated press Alabama and University each Louisiana state Erwin has yet to pick up its first win of the season Losin the opening contest to Greeneville 7-0, and dropping the second game a name on the Erwin schedule with Morristown last week was a Tutti us 10 Ile Jit to Flueh footba11 h00i b0t column by Johnson City defeating Unaka last of Nav night. 19-6. After do Odd inc thru first . La ii Souton games to Morristown and Greeneville respectively two dog Elizabethton cyclones con defeat suffered in opening games Iphus to Lead the Parade of in isl week i to i beaten High school football teams the Crimson tide will the Rinc Vestert v Ems St Milss. Is the Hith nigh of when passing expert Bart worked hard on timing his looks to its in tosses. Because of a Back injury h i Loht in Mississippi it saturday night in got into Balm for the sting of j Southern game the for new York. Sept. 20 Charles saw the movies of Fri Day s fight second with the great court owned by Bond and Graham. I miss Joanne Gilmer of Hanson Ville Virginia Riding smooth i won in the children a class in which there were 18 other competitors. Miss Gilmer also won the children s class on the pre i Vious Friday night s pert j Little miss Becky Neff four i year old daughter of or. And mrs i g. C. Neff jr., of Rural Retreat i Virginia received honorable men a Tion for her sensational perform one her Pony with ease and on Champ Rocky Marciano today a Slippery Rogersville remains unbeaten coach Bur Ocieh Davis Rogersville warriors edged past the Newport mpr Nett to choir i ranks so racked up four straight triumphs by Mississippi Southern. The warriors rolled Over boons Creek in their opening name o the season. Olo. And then came Back to rack up their second Strath win Over the Church Hill panthers 16-6. Bucs should t have let Betsy score Bill l Aton s Sullivan High pirates have a 2-1 record up to Date with a .1-0 win Over Lynn View and a 7-0 contest Over Church Hill. The pirates lost their opening game of the season to the Elizabeth to cyclones. 33-14. We Aback Ronald Kesiner is the leading Point getter for the pirates with 15 Points on two touchdowns and three extra Points. Erskine Edmunds is a close second with 12 Points and Tommy Triplett is third with seven markers. Larry Hixson Ralph Birdwell and Howard Hudson have collected six one and one Points each to round out the scoring totals. The entertain Strong Greeneville High at j. J red Johnson stadium. Heavy underdogs in last year s contest with the Greeneville outfit battled them to a 0-0 deadlock. Lynnes plagued with injuries Couch Earl i Chuck Lane s Lynn plagued with in juries have managed to pick up one win in three starts this season the Lynnes opened their season in Fine style by edging out the Unaka Hansel. 13-7 at Elizabethton. They have lost their last two games to Sullivan 21-0. And Jefferson City 13-0. Dave Hait Sec. Lynnes quarterback now out of action because of an injury suffered in the Unaka game has tallied one touchdown and Bob Gott. Also out with injuries has the other six Pointer Gott also has one extra Point to Lead the scoring with seven markers Don Snyder seems to be holding the Lynnes together with Fine offensive and defensive play and is probably one of the Best defensive backs in this area. In the three Lynn View Camps up to Date. Snyder continues to smother opposing bail carriers to Cross the double stripes. Snyder is also the Workhorse on offence picking up a big total of Lynn View s yardage. The Lynors entertain the Church Hill panthers at j. Fred Johnson stadium this week. Panthers have dropped close ones coach Laddie Harwood s Church Hill panthers have picked up Only one Victory in four attempts this season after dropping a 6-0 decision to the Newport gamecocks in i and 11 consecutive wins Over a two year Span. Latest addition string was a 32-2 drubbing of Well regarded Erwin cyclones have now scored Points or 33.5 per contest. A Laudisio his no. 2 team for practice. Coach three agreed he got up too immediately after the fight Charles thought his gloves were before referee a "10" in the eighth ring Asi in practice coach leu coach a incl Tinsley did Harvcy Robinson shifted Pat olek the floor Berl counted round. Some shifting of players yester Jusiak from his regular tailback Postich i clone Ida a weak spots to fullback on the second the slow motion movies proved team. The 134 to Texas. Alabama spirits soared be Rogersville. Greeneville and j Morristown remained on Elizabeth ton s heels As All three racked up their third wins of the Campaign. The warriors playing without Star Back Bobby Black Defeated Newport. 13-7 the Greene devils slaughtered Jonesboro. 43-0 and the Hurricane clobbered Halls 33-0. Kingsport and Johnson City add squad. Aroya emphasized improvement of the team s pass defense. Left guard Scott Suber was out on crutches. His foot was injured in the Memphis state game. Georgia tech s players were let off with Light drills As the week s larles1 gloves still were Touchin a. In my Shuaa j i that figured in the tigers loss Mississippi state coach Uarrell e Inal count. Thev also made it definite the final blow was a left Hook to the the three right left Combina a d their second wins As the indians whipped Carter 51-0 and the Hill toppers nudged Everett 12-6. Mountain City joined the. Unde rated ranks with an opening win did Langston High of Johnson won most records of area teams sooner rated Best on first a ballots new York. Sept. 20 in homa s show of class against re the gators May be fornia sent the sooner thou the services of injured end last of tons. Charles said he would return to his Cincinnati Home tomorrow and no Liuio me week s practice began in preparation tech s game with Florida. Florida Coachi Bob Woodruff wasted no time getting Down to weeks. Resume training in a few a Well As change gaits As soon b they were called. Judy Hayden of Saltville Showe the Winner in the Model Pon class showing Little Willie mrs. L. J. Umberger of Wythe Ville took top prize in the Mode Saddle horse class with my Darl rhythm and Sambo Crockett or showed the Model Tennessee walk my horse with Fly by night miss Julie Mclntosh of Kings port was Winner in the Novic five gaited class Riding mis and Bernard Davis and c. Smith both of Russell county won in the pair of riders class an added attraction of both into the no. 1 spot today in the first College football poll of the regular season by the nation s sports writers and sportscasters. Don Brown in the Georgia tech. Game Georgia coach Wally Butts sent is varsity boys through brisk Oklahoma stole a March on in pads yesterday in getting Many of the other clubs who the bulldog s game with among the leaders in the pre Clemson. Greeneville Alstown Kin Czpor Onenson cite Fountain t Ltd Pderson Ullvan lout Lland Ristol ones Bori Hilt Cranberry Lampion Happy Valley Erwin Boones Creek season poll moving out front by Tulane players who saw the thumping California 27-13 while most action against Georgia tech notre Dame the pre season no. 1 saturday were Given Little work i Idle. Do yesterday. But coach Andy n the Irish voted second although Pincy promised considerable con " icy Haven t made their first Start tact practice during the next two Nunder 26-year-old Terry three Days in preparation for into the no. 4 club. Game with Memphis state this week. Aul the first poll was strictly on University of Chat afternoon and evening perform ances was or. Mark Whitcomb of when you buy Goody s headache powders you get full Meure of medically proved pain relieving you pay Only in Lime Wiki in Emonts state. I Auburn coach Ralph Jordan Laid Botha fast music Biak aches and pains top Newpor a Mecos in the opening game of the season the panthers came Back to drub Jones Boro. 27-12 for the first Victory of the season. The panthers have lost two straight up to Date a 16-6 loss to Power packed Rogersville and a 7-0 setback to Sullivan Church Hill also plagued with injuries in the Backfield lost the service of fullback Jimmy Epperson who was injured in the Sullivan contest. The Panther outfit will be slight favourites to pick up their second win of the season against the Lynnes in this week s action. Reece Hefner shines at Pearl River ice Etc Hefner who made All state in his senior year at Dobyns Bennett High is in his second year at Pearl River Junior College a Georgia University Chain. Hefner in his first year at Pearl River received honorable men Tion for All state honors last year. The hefty end was elected co Captain on this year s squad and plans to enter the University of Georgia at Christmas where he will play for the bulldogs during the 1955 Grid season. Wed. Through Sot. Room lots wallpaper Hung on your Wall for per single role paint service Center inc. Constance wins upset new York sept. 21 Insi Hector Constance of Trinidad subbing for the ailing Del Flana Igan upset fifth ranking welter weight Chico Varona last night with a 10-round split decision Over Points basis i. Oklahoma s Mic i can suit to cams with first place in parentheses and total u based on ,56, toughen up and Sharpen up to Fin heat Kentucky saturday night. 3, Kentucky coach Blanton Collier tech 3i out to Correct mistakes his. I team made in losing to Maryland 8. Urcla r2. B. Mussi Impi rat 10. I Lei Baylor 10. Tutei 152, u2 Sai Urdaz 20-0. Added to motor Oil ale mite cd-2 dots the Job. We you Del there s a Sticky Gummy Mesa in your engine due to today1 High compression engine plus today s Stop and go driving. Make no it s in your car regardless of what Gas or Oil you use. And it can Cost you plenty there s nothing no nothing like cd-21 Absit cd-2 guaranteed or Money Back i 5 Only i3 of your Cor Deahr service station or Auto Supply Dora ale mite cd-2 Broad Street phone i 7-7141 Erin in t us. Rice As. Scias tech in 7b women Drivers were involved in Southern ,3. About 12 per cent of the u. S. Auto i accidents i 1953. 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