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Established 1879 | Columbus, Mississippi

Tuesday | October 9, 2018


‘The family has suffered too long’

Suspect in 1990 With it being (Betty’s) birthday, it’s
really special to be announcing the
arrest of her killer.”
murders being held Michael Wayne Devaughn, 51, of
Rienzi, was charged Saturday with
on $11 million bond capital murder and sexual battery.
He was in the Tishomingo County
By Alex Holloway Jail for unrelated drug charges, when a DNA sample linked him to the cold
Monday was Betty Jones’ birth- According to an affidavit SPD re-
day. leased Monday, Devaughn allegedly
It was also the day Starkville Po- attacked the two women in Crigler’s
lice Department investigators an- home at 306 Highway 82 E. on Labor
nounced they may finally have her Day 1990. He cut Jones’ throat with a
killer in custody. knife before sexually assaulting Cri-
Sgt. Bill Lott at times appeared gler, who was taken to the hospital
emotional as he announced in a press where a DNA profile was developed
conference Monday morning that from a rape kit.
a suspect has been charged in the Crigler later died from her inju-
city’s oldest cold case — the Sept. 3, ries.
1990, attacks that led to the deaths of The crimes were committed while
Jones, 65, and Kathryn Crigler, 81. Devaughn was robbing the women,
“Kathryn and Betty were strong according to the affidavit.
women,” said Lott, who has worked
the case for 14 years, in an interview Getting a DNA sample
after Monday’s press conference. The DNA profile from Crigler’s
“They were leaders in their com- rape kit was matched to DNA from a
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff
munity. Kathryn was an elder in her cigarette butt on Devaughn’s person,
Starkville Police Department officers walk Michael Wayne Devaughn, 51, of Rienzi, into church, the Presbyterian church. according to information read during
Starkville Municipal Court on Monday evening. Devaughn has been charged with capital She was well involved in the com- his initial Monday evening appear-
murder and sexual battery in Starkville’s 28-year-old Labor Day murders case. munity. (Betty) helped refugees. … See Devaughn, 6A

Science-based crime-solving
Private labs use growing
number of resources
to help law enforcement
match suspects
to DNA profiles

In 2010, forensic DNA analyst

Kathryn Rodgers created a DNA
profile of the suspect in a 30-year-
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff
old sexual assault. Starkville Police Department Detec-
“At the time, I believe they didn’t tive Bill Lott, center, speaks during a
even have to have a full sexual as- press conference about the arrest of
sault kit formed — I don’t know if Michael Wayne Devaughn. Devaughn,
they even did them — but they whose mugshot is pictured right of
did have at least one swab taken Lott, was arrested over the weekend
from the victim’s body,” said Rod- for capital murder and sexual battery
gers, who has worked for 10 years in connection with the 1990 Labor
at Scales Laboratory in Brandon. Day murders in Starkville.
“... We tried DNA testing on it and resident Mack Fowler. On Monday,
specifically Y chromosome analy-
Starkville Police Department an-
sis, which is specific for Y chromo-
nounced the arrest of 51-year-old
somes DNA which is handy in a lot
Michael Devaughn for the 1990 La-
of sexual assault cases with female
bor Day murders of Starkville resi-
victims. And we did get a pretty
dents Betty Jones, 65, and Kathryn
good Y chromosome profile.”
It’s far from the only cold case Crigler, 81.
Rodgers and other forensic scien- In both cases, law enforcement
tists have contributed to solving had collected DNA from crime
by creating DNA profiles out of ev- scenes before the departments had
idence collected before DNA anal- a policy of finding labs to create
ysis was something law enforce- DNA profiles.
ment even knew to use in criminal It’s evidence that leaves “no wig-
investigations. As DNA technology gle room,” said SPD Sgt. Bill Lott,
and science advances, more law en- lead investigator for the Labor Day
forcement agencies are turning to murders.
that branch of science to find new “You know you’ve got a good
leads in cold cases. instrument of evidence when you
Two such cold cases in the Gold- have something like that,” he said.
en Triangle area have resulted in “It doesn’t discriminate and there’s
arrests in the last two years. In no bias. The science is the science.
May 2017, Columbus Police Depart- That’s why, to me, I love the science
ment arrested a suspect in the 1996 issue. It is what it is.”
murder of 71-year-old Columbus See DNA, 6A

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2A Tuesday, October 9, 2018 The Dispatch •

Say What?
Did you hear? “Obviously, you don’t go into the game expecting to make
Cuomo says limo shouldn’t have history or do anything like that, let alone score 16 runs.”
Boston Red Sox infielder Brock Holt, talking about hitting
for a cycle in a 16-1 victory against the New York Yankees.
been on road; victims mourned Story, 3B.

New York governor: Supersized

limousine failed safety inspection and Kavanaugh to hear first arguments
driver wasn’t properly licensed
as a group of friends and
family were on their way
as Supreme Court justice
The Associated Press to a 30th birthday party, Court is scheduled
The supersized limousine
authorities had yet to say
how fast the limo was go-
ing or determine why it
to hear arguments Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh
that crashed and killed
20 people outside a coun-
failed to stop and sped off in cases involving long during swearing-in ceremony
the road at the bottom of a
try store failed a safety
inspection last month and
long hill. sentences for repeat The Associated Press
The 19-seater vehicle
shouldn’t have been on
had at least some seat offenders
the road, and the driver
wasn’t properly licensed, belts, but it was unclear By JESSICA GRESKO
preme Court Justice Brett
‘... I want to
whether anyone was wear-
New York’s governor said
ing them, National Trans-
The Associated Press
Kavanaugh was sworn in
—again, for the camer-
apologize to Brett
The state moved to shut portation Safety Board
Chairman Robert Sumwalt WA S H I N G T O N
as, this time — Monday
night at a White House
and the entire
down the owner, Prestige
Limousine, as state and said.
Investigators plan to
— A Supreme Court
with a new conser-
ceremony, but not before
President Donald Trump
Kavanaugh family
federal authorities investi-
gated the cause of Satur- examine the mangled li- vative majority takes
the bench as Brett
slammed Kavanaugh’s op- for the terrible Trump

day’s wreck in Schoharie. mo’s data recorders and ponents for a “campaign
The company said it was mechanical systems as Kavanaugh, narrow-
ly confirmed after a
of personal destruction.” pain and suffering you have
taking its cars off the road well as the road, which In a ceremony that
while conducting its own has a history as a danger bitter Senate battle,
joins his new col- Kavanaugh
could have been a unify- been forced to endure’
probe into the crash. spot. They are also look- ing moment for the na-
ing into the driver’s record leagues to hear his first arguments tion, Trump instead delivered remarks that even he acknowledged
The crash about 170 as a justice.
miles north of New York and qualifications and con- began “differently than perhaps any other event of such magnitude.”
ducting an autopsy to see Kavanaugh will emerge Tuesday “On behalf of our nation, I want to apologize to Brett and the entire
City came three years after morning from behind the court-
another deadly stretch-li- if drugs or alcohol were Kavanaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering you have been
room’s red velvet curtains and forced to endure,” Trump said, addressing the bitter partisan fight over
mo wreck in New York factors.
take his seat alongside his eight Kavanaugh’s nomination that became a firestorm after the emergence
state spurred calls for Gov. But officials already
colleagues. It will be a moment that of sexual misconduct allegations, which Kavanaugh emphatically de-
Andrew Cuomo to exam- saw some red flags, Cuo-
conservatives have dreamed of for nied.
ine such vehicles’ safety. mo said: The driver didn’t
decades, with five solidly conserva- With all the sitting justices in attendance, along with Kavanaugh’s
There is no evidence the have the necessary com-
tive justices on the bench. family and top admiration officials, Trump said Kavanaugh had been
state took any steps to do mercial license, and the
Kavanaugh’s predecessor, Jus- the victim of a “campaign of political and personal destruction based on
so. vehicle failed a state in- tice Anthony Kennedy, who retired
As victims’ relatives spection that examined lies and deception.”
in June, was a more moderate con- But, he told the new justice, “You, sir, under historic scrutiny, were
tried to come to grips with such things as the chassis, servative and sometimes sided with
the tragedy that happened suspension and brakes. proven innocent.” Critics have argued the investigation was not thor-
the court’s four liberal justices. Ka- ough enough to merit that conclusion.
vanaugh, in contrast, is expected
to be a more decidedly conserva-
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and trigger a bidding wire
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Are America’s employ-
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Hurricane Michael gains strength on course for north Florida

Anticipated landfall is expected Wednesday on northeast Gulf Coast Six people died in Honduras,
four in Nicaragua and three in
home and a tree falls on your
house or the storm surge catch-
The Associated Press were rising even as forecasters outward up to 40 miles from the El Salvador. Authorities were es you and you’re now calling for
warned the storm could reach core and tropical-storm-force also searching for a boy swept help, there’s no one that can re-
MIAMI — Michael gained major hurricane status with winds out 195 miles. Michael away by a river in Guatemala. spond to help you,” Morgan said
new strength over warm trop- winds topping 111 mph by Tues- was lashing western Cuba on Most of the rain was blamed on at a news conference.
ical waters amid fears it would day night. Anticipated landfall Monday with heavy rains and a low-pressure system off the Florida Gov. Rick Scott called
swiftly intensify into a major is expected Wednesday on the strong winds. Pacific coast of El Salvador. Hur- Michael a “monstrous hurri-
hurricane before striking Flori- northeast Gulf Coast, where au- Forecasters warned that Mi- ricane Michael in the Caribbean
cane” with a devastating po-
da’s northeast Gulf Coast, where thorities warned of a potentially chael, now a Category 1 storm, could have also contributed.
tential from high winds, storm
frantic coastal dwellers are devastating strike. could dump up to a foot of rain On the Florida Panhandle,
boarding up homes and seeking Escambia County Sheriff David surge and heavy rains. Scott
By early Tuesday, Michael’s in western Cuba, potentially
evacuation routes away from the top sustained winds had risen triggering flash floods and mud- Morgan bluntly advised resi- declared a state of emergency
dangerous storm heading their some to 90 mph as it headed slides in mountain areas. dents who choose to ride out the for 35 Florida counties from the
way. north at 12 mph. The storm was Disaster agencies in El Sal- storm that first responders won’t Panhandle to Tampa Bay, activat-
A hurricane hunter plane that centered about 390 miles south vador, Honduras and Nicara- be able to reach them during ed hundreds of Florida National
bounced into the swirling eye of of Apalachicola and 420 miles gua reported 13 deaths as roofs or immediately after Michael Guard members and waived
Michael off the west tip of Cuba south of Panama City, Florida. collapsed and residents were smashes into the coast. tolls to encourage those near the
late Monday found wind speeds Hurricane-force winds extended carried away by swollen rivers. “If you decide to stay in your coast to evacuate inland.

Victim in Sunday night car accident identified 42 West Nile virus

Family of deceased contacted Merchant had pro- cident Sunday night and cases in Mississippi
coroner Monday afternoon
nounced Hartley dead at
the scene but didn’t have
an identification for him
are still investigating how
it happened. According to
reports, Hartley had been
so far this year
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT Freddie Hartley, 68, of
Columbus, died after he
until Monday afternoon.
Hartley’s family con-
walking in the middle of
the highway when he was
State has some of the highest
Authorities have iden-
tified the pedestrian
was hit by a car at about
tacted Merchant at about
1 p.m. Monday.
The driver, a 21-year-
numbers of serious West Nile
9:30 p.m., according to
killed in a car accident on
Highway 45 North Sun- Lowndes County Coroner
Mississippi Highway
Patrol officers responded
old from Florida, is not
facing criminal charges
infections nationwide
day night. Greg Merchant. to the call about the ac- in the accident. The Associated Press

JACKSON — Two Mississippi counties are

reporting new cases of West Nile virus, bringing
the state’s total to 42 so far this year.
Area arrests The Mississippi State Department of Health
says Monday that Hinds County and Calhoun
The following arrests County each have one new cases of the mosqui-
were made by the Oktib- to-borne virus.
beha County Sheriff’s Of- Mississippi has some of the highest numbers
fice: of serious West Nile infections nationwide.
n Dantoni Reed, 29, Hinds County has reported 16 total cases this
was charged with proba- year. Harrison has four and Calhoun three. Ad-
tion violation. ams, Forrest, Madison, Rankin and Washington
n Wayne Hudson Jr., Reed Hudson Jr. Thompson McCarter Davis Ware counties have two each.
22, was charged with bur- Reporting a single case each are Attala, Copi-
glary other than a vehicle. n Tkeya ah, Itawamba, Jones, Lauderdale, Marion, Oktib-
n Shannon Thompson, Ware, 20, beha, Pearl River and Walthall counties.
22, was charged with ac- was charged Mississippi reported 63 West Nile cases and
cessory after the fact and with grand two deaths in 2017.
no seatbelt. larceny. Health officials urge people to reduce risk by
n Jamarcus McCarter, n Bran- using insect repellent, wearing long, light-color
20, was charged with pro- don Jeffer- clothes and eliminating standing water.
bation violation and do- son, 24, was
Jefferson Logan Casey Hampton Evans
mestic assault. charged
n Eddie Davis, 52, was with embez- n Carter Casey, 20, offense DUI.
charged with possession zlement. was charged with cyber- n Denarious Evans,
of a weapon by a felon, pro- n Bralan Logan, 21, stalking. 18, was charged with bur-
bation violation and con- was charged with credit n Deatrick Hampton, glary of a residence and
tempt of court. card fraud. 38, was charged with third possession of marijuana.

Around the state

FBI: Sheriff charged in Colorado Springs, Colo- ed about an altercation door of the 1951 GMC
rado. and Brown died at a hos- pickup truck popped open
drug dealer extortion Hargrove says author- pital after he was injured. Thursday night.
violates bond ities responded Saturday It’s unclear if the shoot- Police say that the
JACKSON — The FBI to a report of a possible ing and the altercation are 55-year-old passenger
says a former sheriff in drowning and found Cis- related. fell out of the pickup and
Mississippi who authori- neros-Godinez. The 81st the second vehicle struck
ties say took bribes to pro-
tect a drug dealer for 15
Training Wing at Keesler
Air Force Base announced
Missing man’s body him. The driver of the sec-
ond vehicle stopped and
years has been arrested the death of an airman the found in lake cooperated with the inves-
for violating his bond. next day but withheld the PASCAGOULA — The tigation.
FBI spokesman Brett airman’s identity. Har- body of a Mississippi man Sgt. Clayton Fulks
Carr told The Clarion grove says the announce- who has been missing says Eads was charged
Ledger that former Tal- ment referred to Cisner- since Saturday has been with first-offense DUI. It’s
lahatchie County Sheriff os-Godinez. found in a lake. unclear if he has a lawyer
William Brewer was ar- Authorities haven’t WLOX-TV reported who could comment.
rested over the weekend. yet released the cause of that Jackson County Sher-
He did not specify how death. An investigation is iff Mike Ezell said that the
Brewer violated the terms ongoing. body of Matthew Sloan
of his bond. was found in the water
Monday morning.
Federal agents charged
Brewer in August with
Police: 3 hurt in Ezell said Sloan’s
conspiracy and extortion
shooting where man sports utility vehicle was
charges. was killed day before found in Parker’s Lake
The FBI has said Brew- HAT TIESBURG — Po- between Hurley and Van-
er helped a then teenage lice say three people have cleave.
drug dealer out of a jam been wounded in a shoot- His family on Sunday
15 years ago and then ing in Mississippi, a day reported that he had not
took bribes as he turned a after a man was killed in been seen since Saturday
blind eye to the unnamed the same area. night. Family members
dealer robbing other drug Hattiesburg police said Sloan had gone to a
dealers of drugs and mon- spokesman Ryan Moore store and did not return.
ey. tells news outlets in a The sheriff said a crew
Tallahatchie County is statement the shooting used sonar from a boat to
in the Mississippi Delta, happened Sunday night. find the vehicle. Divers
about 80 miles south of He says officers learned then went into the water
Memphis, Tennessee. after arriving that the to investigate.
three had left the scene
Coroner IDs body found and went to a hospital.
Their condition wasn’t
Police: Man falls out of
in river as active duty immediately available and vehicle with faulty door,
airman police didn’t provide fur- dies
BILOXI — A coroner ther information on the GULFPORT — Police
in Mississippi says a body shooting. say a man fell out of a
found in the Tchoutaca- On Saturday night, pickup truck with a faulty
bouffa River near Biloxi 37-year-old Marlon Brown door, was struck by anoth-
has been identified as an was killed on the same er vehicle behind the pick-
active duty airman. street block. What caused up and died at the scene.
WLOX-TV reports his death is pending an Gulfport police tell the
Harrison County Coroner autopsy and police don’t Sun Herald that James
Gary Hargrove identified have anyone in custody Bryan Eads of West Mon-
the body as 31-year-old suspected in his slaying. roe, Louisiana was turn-
Luis Cisneros-Godinez of Officers had been contact- ing when the passenger
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Newspapers are instance, a sports understandably think online the media as a foil to advance and small stand to become less
businesses like no fan checking scores news should be free, too. his agenda, but he didn’t invent self-aware, less vibrant, less
other. While other in the paper might It’s National Newspaper it. It’s a proven tactic. functional.
employers contrib- glimpse a tire sale Week, by the way. Some pub- Do note, however, not a And that’s not good.
ute to community ad and remember lishers will fret about the “good single “positive” he cited had Is there reason for opti-
life, newspapers, his own worn treads old days” being past and gone. not been reported by the media mism? Yes.
when operating at and go shopping. Some will talk up their ideas he loathes. Weirdly, like his The business model for jour-
their best, are cen- The newspaper, to “embrace the future.” A predecessors, he uses facts nalism has changed, but the
ters for community in turn, would take third conversation —the most gleaned from the media to fundamentals have not. It’s not
conversation and the revenue from important one — should center bash the media. Well, OK. true of everyone, of course, but
drive the quality of the tire advertiser on the value good newspapers Like almost all public officials most people want to be good
community life. Charlie Mitchell and pay the sports bring to communities as well before him, news that he finds citizens. They want truthful
Newspapers may writer. This model as what’s lost and who suf- favorable is accurate and news and reliable information about
never again have kept subscription fers when this component is that is critical is fake. their city or town, state and na-
the volume of advertising that prices low, usually not even missing. It has always worked to the tion. It feeds helps them make
sustained them through most enough to pay the cost of paper The most obvious loss is benefit of newspapers that peo- decisions.
of the last century. Times have and ink. jobs. When every crossroads ple are naturally curious. No In Mississippi, many com-
been and continue to be tough Marketing in digital times had a newspaper and bigger one, young or old, wants to be munity newspapers remain
for the printed press, but the is very different. People with cities had several, newspaper that person who “hasn’t heard.” dedicated to fulfilling their
larger risk is to the communi- real estate, cars, clothing and employment was one of the Again, though, the stakes are public purpose. Here’s a predic-
ties they serve. groceries to sell have another largest categories in America. higher than being the cool per- tion: As long as people of those
The newspaper business pathway to shoppers, a path- The Bureau of Labor Statistics son who knows the latest. towns are well-served with
model has always been, in a way that has increasingly cut reports that in the last 10 years, Two things make democracy ample and accurate news, they
word, atypical. into newspaper revenue during newspaper employment has work: Open government and an will live in prosperous, progres-
A farmstand illustrates a the past 15 or 20 years. Almost gone down by half. informed public. Having one or sive communities.
normal buy-sell transaction. A all newsrooms have downsized, The less obvious and more the other won’t do. Got to have The other view is, well,
customer provides cash to the and remaining employees have important loss is to community both. disaster. It’s not just “too bad
person who grew the tomatoes been expected to do more and well-being. To date, the latter portion for them” when a newspaper
in exchange for the tomatoes. more with less and less. As a candidate and as pres- has been provided by private fails. Like it or not, it’s “too bad
American journalism has a Of course, newspapers were ident, Donald Trump has done media that found it profitable for us.”
one-off. early to embrace the digital everything in his power to to feed the public’s curiosi- Charlie Mitchell is an asso-
Long ago, advertisers space and to court online ad- discredit the media, which he ty and enjoy the support of ciate dean of journalism at the
recognized that the best way to vertisers. Still, after a century sees as evil. Bashing journal- “ride along” advertisers. That University of Mississippi. Email
reach customers was to piggy- of paying only a fraction of the ism was a central theme during model is not nearly as viable reaches him at cmitchell43@
back with information people cost of daily delivery of news his rally in North Mississippi as it once was and, as a con-

Letter to the editor

Lessons from Harper Lee or gender. There was no doubt in the with blacks, Asians, Irish Catholics, criminal accusations of sexual assault,
novel that this was one time when the Spaniards, etc., have all had their time which don’t generally have a statute
Harper Lee’s novel, “To Kill Mock-
woman’s word would go unquestioned. in the barrel. Remember this one, “the of limitations, were made against the
ingbird” achieved international fame
As might be expected, the field hand only good injun is a dead injun”? “interviewee” on national TV.
and an almost unequaled movie was
lost his life because he had no trust in This is America. The Constitution Let’s say for the moment, that you
made staring Gregory Peck as Atticus
the legal system he found himself in. of this nation handed down to us, and were robbed and you reported it to the
Finch. The story takes place in a small
I commend Mississippi schools that the quintessential definition as to who police. They would surely want to know
town in Alabama in the early half of the continue this novel as required reading. we are as a people, makes no difference
twentieth century. It is about a small where and when it happened. They
The fundamental truth in this novel is under the law for women or men and would want to know how you got there
town lawyer who dares to take on a that all of us have a god-given hope for Lady Liberty is color-blind. I am ex-
client who has been falsely accused of or how you got home after the robbery.
fairness and equal justice under the law tremely sad that there are undoubtedly
some sort of sexual assault. The client “I don’t know,” gives them little or
regardless of how many lives are lost women who have been assaulted and
is a black field hand and the accuser is nothing to substantiate that a crime
or destroyed by prejudice and a mob battered and have not had justice. They,
a white girl of dubious standing in the took place. Worse, it effectively and
mentality. The greatness of this book more than most of us, should be able
community. It is pretty predictable as to lies in the way it tells a most tragic tale to understand the plight of the client completely deprives the accused of any
how this story will end. through which good and just people are in Miss Lee’s book. However, justice is reasonable way to defend himself. How
The reason Miss Lee’s story was even more compelled to seek out truth never served by revenge, mob rule or would anyone possibly defend them-
internationally acclaimed and won a and guarantee justice to all regard- prejudice. Every one of us deserves, selves under those circumstances? It
Pulitzer Prize was that it embodied the less of skin color or gender. What we under the Constitution and our Bill of would seem we have come full circle to
raw and ugly truth about what happens witnessed this past week could have Rights, the presumption of innocence a small town in Alabama in the 1920’s.
to individuals when they are singled been lifted from the pages of Miss until proven otherwise beyond a reason- One wonders, are we any better as a
out by prejudice and discrimination and Lee’s novel. .. Senators accusing all able doubt. Some said, “it’s only a job people than we were 100 years ago.
denied due process (the presumption of men and especially “old, white and interview.” If it ever was a job interview, Presley Hutchens
innocence) because of their skin color powerful men.” This is not new. Along it ceased to be a job interview when Brooksville

The nation

Casualty lists from the Kavanaugh battle

After a 50-year In 2017, McConnell used Harry
siege, the great Reid’s “nuclear option” to end filibus-
strategic fortress ters for Supreme Court nominations,
of liberalism has and then got Judge Neil Gorsuch
fallen. With the confirmed 54-45.
elevation of Judge Last week, in one of the closest and
Brett Kavanaugh, most brutal court battles in Senate
the Supreme Court history, McConnell kept his troops
seems secure for united, losing only Sen. Lisa Murkow-
constitutionalism – ski, to put Kavanaugh on the court
perhaps for decades. by 50-48. McConnell will enter the
The shrieks from history books as the Senate architect
the gallery of the Patrick J. Buchanan of the recapture of the Supreme Court
Senate chamber as for constitutionalism.
the vote came in on This was a huge victory for con-
Saturday, and the sight of that bawling servatism and for the Republican Party.
mob clawing at the doors of the Supreme And the presence on the court of octo-
Court as the new justice took his oath, genarian liberals Ruth Bader Ginsburg
confirm it. and Stephen Breyer, both appointed by
The Democratic Party has sustained Bill Clinton, suggests that McConnell
a historic defeat. may have an opportunity to ensure the
And the triumph is President endurance of his great achievement. up losing anyway. face two years of frustration and failure.
Trump’s. The ferocity and ugliness of the at- Then the Dems watched protesters For the enactment of any major element
To unite the party whose nomination tacks on Kavanaugh united Republicans dishonor the Senate in which they serve of their liberal agenda -- a $15 minimum
he had won, Donald Trump pledged to to stand as one against what a savage by screaming from the gallery. It was wage, “Medicare-for-all” -- would die in a
select his high court nominees from lists Senate minority was trying to do to kill among the lowest moments in the mod- Republican Senate, or in the Oval Office
prepared by such judicial conservatives the nomination. And at battle’s end, the ern history of the Senate, and it was the where it would face an inevitable veto by
as the Federalist Society. He kept his GOP is more energized than it has been Democratic minority that took it down to Trump.
word and, in the battle for Kavanaugh, all year for this fall’s election. that depth. So, what does 2019 look like, if Demo-
he led from the front, even mocking the How united is the GOP? Conserva- Understandably, they are a bitter lot crats capture the House?
credibility of the primary accuser, Chris- tives are hailing the contributions of today. Speaker Nancy Pelosi. A House Judi-
tine Blasey Ford. Sens. Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham and And the #MeToo movement has been ciary Committee headed by New York’s
Trump has achieved what every GOP Susan Collins, who delivered a master- set back. For many of its champions Jerrold Nadler who is already howling
president has hoped to do since the sum- ful summation of the Kavanaugh case were, in Kavanaugh’s case, demanding for impeachment hearings on both Kava-
mer of ‘68, when a small group of GOP Saturday afternoon. a suspension of the principle of “inno- naugh and Trump.
senators, led by Bob Griffin of Michigan, For the Democratic Party, the Kava- cent until proven guilty,” and calling for And, by spring, a host of presidential
frustrated and then foiled a LBJ-Earl naugh battle was the Little Bighorn, as the judge’s rejection in disgrace, based candidates, none of whom looks terribly
Warren plot to elevate LBJ crony Abe seen from General Custer’s point of view. solely on their belief in a wholly uncor- formidable, led by Cory (“I am Spart-
Fortas to chief justice in order to keep Unable to derail the judge during the roborated 36-year-old story. acus”) Booker, trooping through Iowa
a future President Nixon from naming regular confirmation process, they lay So where are we going now? and New Hampshire, trashing President
Warren’s successor. in the weeds until it was over, and then While Republicans are united and Trump (and each other), and offering
Sharing the honors with Trump is sandbagged the judge by leaking to The celebrating a great victory, the left and themselves as the answer to America’s
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Washington Post a confidential letter Dr. its media auxiliary are seething with problems.
Throughout 2016, McConnell took Ford did not want released. rage and doubly determined to deliver Bring it on!
heat for refusing to hold a hearing on They thus forced a public hearing payback in the elections four weeks Patrick J. Buchanan, a nationally syn-
Barack Obama’s nominee, Judge Mer- of charges of attempted rape against a away, where Democrats could pick up dicated columnist, was a senior advisor
rick Garland, to fill the chair of Justice nominee, demanded the FBI investigate the two dozen seats needed to recapture to presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford
Antonin Scalia, who had died earlier that all charges of sexual misconduct when the House. and Ronald Reagan. His website is http://
year. Kavanaugh was a teenager, and ended Should they do so, however, they will
The Dispatch • Tuesday, October 9, 2018 5A

Working past 65? It’s easier to do if you graduated college

Close to one in five Americans who’s Americans can build up
their savings, which in
cause of poor health, the
inability to do jobs that
Rutledge says, one that is
most apparent when look-
increasing number of
women in the workforce
65 or older is still working too many cases are in-
adequate. Plus, they can
require a lot of physical
activity or other reasons.
ing at the average age of
retirement for men. The
in recent decades can
skew the overall figures.
The Associated Press it easiest to keep working allow bigger Social Secu- “If less-educated peo-
past 65. Their less-edu- rity benefits to accrue. ple were retiring early We had questions about cremation.
NEW YORK — Close cated peers, meanwhile, Besides, many older and comfortable in their
to one in five Americans are having a more diffi- Americans like the idea retirement years, good We found the
who’s 65 or older is still cult time staying in the of staying engaged by for them, but we know
working, the highest per- workforce. working. they aren’t,” said Matt
answers here.
centage in more than half It’s a crucial distinc- Less-educated Amer- Rutledge, research econ-
a century. And the one tion because financial icans, though, aren’t al- omist at the Center for Call today.
who’s still working may experts say both groups ways able to follow this Retirement Research at
be better off. would benefit from path, even though they Boston College.
As more and more working an extra year tend to have less in retire- There is a widening
Americans delay retire- or more to improve their ment savings. Instead, gap in retirement ages
ment, it’s those with a retirement security. By many are forced to retire between college and Lowndes Funeral Home and Crematory
college degree that find staying on the job, older before their mid-60s be- high-school graduates, Columbus, MS • (662) 328-1808

Jean Blake Ethan Persons

Area obituaries Jean Coleman Blake, 90, surrounded by her Ethan Blake Persons, age 21,
family, passed away peacefully on a beautiful Sat- of Columbus, MS, passed away
COMMERCIAL DISPATCH He is survived by his
OBITUARY POLICY urday morning, October 6, 2018, at Baptist Me- Sunday, October 7, 2018.
wife, Darlene Busby of
Obituaries with basic informa- morial Hospital-Golden Triangle. A visitation will be held on
Sulligent; son, Dil-
tion including visitation and It was just the kind of day that Jean loved and Wednesday, October 10, 2018,
lion Castle of Amory;
service times, are provided enjoyed. Jean was born and had lived in Colum- from 10:00 – 11:00 AM at Mt.
free of charge. Extended daughters, Heather
bus, Mississippi most of her life. Being the faith- Zion Baptist Church, Colum-
obituaries with a photograph, Hankins of Louisville,
ful and loving wife that she was, Jean willingly bus, MS. A funeral service will
detailed biographical informa- Kentucky, Tiffany Bus-
moved with her husband, Bill, as his job with the follow on Wednesday, October
tion and other details families by of Guin and Megan
may wish to include, are avail- then Bell South Telephone Company took them 10, 2018, at 11:00 AM at Mt.
Castle of Sulligent; sis-
able for a fee. Obituaries must to Philadelphia and Meridian, Mississippi, over Zion Baptist Church with Bro.
ters, Pamela Johnson
be submitted through funeral to Atlanta, Georgia, and finally back home to Co- Wayne Hill officiating and Bro. Trent Jourdon
of Nettleton and Kathy
homes unless the deceased’s lumbus. Jean made many friends along the way assisting. Interment will be at Mt. Zion Baptist
body has been donated to Jones of Smithville;
and enjoyed all of her neighbors and church fam- Cemetery with Lowndes Funeral Home direct-
science. If the deceased’s and six grandchildren.
ily in each place that they lived. Settling down in ing.
body was donated to science, Pallbearers will be
her hometown of Columbus, Jean became a long Ethan was born on December 3, 1996, in
the family must provide official Gary Carr, Tyler Cas-
proof of death. Please submit time member of Fairview Baptist Church and Starkville, MS, to Charlie Persons and Pam
tle, Billy Castle, Wade
all obituaries on the form loved being a member of Pat Wallace’s Sunday Johns. He was a former member of the Mississip-
Presley, Wade Presley
provided by The Commercial School Class. pi National Guard. He was currently employed by
Jr., Justin O’Mary,
Dispatch. Free notices must be Jean was born in Columbus on October 21, Asplundh. Ethan enjoyed hunting, building and
submitted to the newspaper Josh O’Mary and Tony
1927. She was the daughter of Ed Coleman (Pop) riding 4 wheelers and playing soccer.
no later than 3 p.m. the day Yarborough.
prior for publication Tuesday
and Clara Jackson Coleman (Bomba). Jean’s love He was preceded in death by his grand-
of learning was satisfied with her graduating mothers, Janie Persons and Peggy “Nana” Dick-
through Friday; no later than 4
p.m. Saturday for the Sunday
Nathan Mordecai from S. D. Lee High. Attending college “back erson.
edition; and no later than 7:30 COLUMBUS — then” was unusual, but Jean earned her degree Ethan is survived by his wife, Alexa Junkin
a.m. for the Monday edition. Nathan Mordecai, 33, from Bowling Green College in Kentucky and Persons of Columbus, MS; father, Charlie Per-
Incomplete notices must be re- died Oct. 8, 2018, in returned to Columbus to use the bookkeep- sons of Shuqualak, MS; mother, Pam Johns of
ceived no later than 7:30 a.m. Springfield, Missouri. ing skills she had learned. She was a long time Louisville, MS; sisters, Courtney Campbell of
for the Monday through Friday Arrangements are bookkeeper at Puckett-McGee. When Dr. John Cullman, AL, Caitlin Mitchell of Grenada, MS
editions. Paid notices must be
incomplete and will be Murfee, Jr. came to town, she stepped in and kept and Hannah Robinson of Louisville, MS; and his
finalized by 3 p.m. for inclusion
the next day Monday through
announced by Memori- up with, not only all of his patients, but his books brother, Luke Nowell of Louisville, MS; grand-
Thursday; and on Friday by 3 al Gunter Peel Funeral for a number of years. Retirement was not going father, Gene Persons; nieces and nephews, Gra-
p.m. for Sunday and Monday Home and Crematory, to stop Jean and she worked part time keeping cie and Kagen Mitchell, Melia McNatt and Ava
publication. For more informa- College Street location. her brother’s books at Dixie Auto Parts. There Claire Campbell and Kelly, Brayden, Cameron
tion, call 662-328-2471.
was never a decimal out of place or a monthly bal- and Gabby Robinson.
ance not in balance with Jean at the helm. Pallbearers will be Sloan Atkins, Ethan Ed-
James Busby After raising two wonderful and success- wards, Drake Griffin, Anthony Brewer, Tyler Hol-
SULLIGENT, Ala. — ful children, Jean finally had the time to enjoy man, Jeremy Ward and Andy Adkins. Honorary
James Michael “Mike’ her many roses and her large herb garden and pallbearers will be Mississippi National Guard
Busby, 60, died Oct. 5, greenhouse. She never missed a time to be out- 155th Art. Brg., Luke Nowell and Justin Lloyd.
2018, at North Missis- side on her deck with her beloved husband, Wil- Memorials may be made to Wounded Warrior
sippi Medical Center in liam Robert Blake of more than fifty years. After Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.
Tupelo. dark, when there was no more daylight to enjoy,
Services will be at she knitted scarves for the patients of the Baptist Compliments of
11 a.m. Tuesday at Otts Memorial Hospital Cancer Center. Never want- Lowndes Funeral Home
Funeral Home Chapel ing any recognition, Jean was simply called the
with Danny Thompson “Scarf Lady” by the many patients that enjoyed
officiating. Burial will
follow at Pleasant Ridge
her gift. Of course, each day was finished with
reading and studying her Bible, her faith being Robert Green McIntyre
Cemetery. Visitation her guiding light. Robert Green “Bob” McIntyre, age 55, died
was from 6-8 p.m. Mon- Jean is predeceased by her husband, Bill, by October 1, 2018, at his home in Columbus.
day at the funeral home. Nathan Mordecai ten years. She leaves behind a loving son, Phillip
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Me-
Otts Funeral Home is Memorial Gunter Peel
(Karen) of Montgomery, Alabama and her daugh- morial Gunter Peel Funeral Home and Cremato-
in charge of arrange- Funeral Home ter, Dr. Bonnie, as she is affectionately called, ry. A graveside service was held Saturday, Octo-
ments. College St. Location and her husband, Marvin, of Columbus. Remem- ber 6, 2018, at 11:00 AM at the McIntyre family
Mr. Busby was bering and missing Jean is her niece, Carol Lit- plot in Friendship Cemetery with Father Jeffrey
born Sept. 26, 1958, tlejohn (Mike Bernsen) and her best friend and Waldrep officiating.
in Jasper, Alabama, to sister-in-law, Betsy Coleman. Continuing to cel- Bob was born on August 16, 1963, in Colum-
the late James Busby ebrate her life is also her great nephew, Judson bus, MS, to the late William Henry and Doro-
and Dorothy Otts. He Littlejohn and his wife, Jennifer, and their son, thy Ray McIntyre. A lifelong resident of Colum-
attended Sulligent High Cole. Brought into Jean’s life through marriage bus, he was a member of Annunciation Catholic
School and served in were four grandchildren and seven great-grand- Church. He graduated from Heritage Academy
the Alabama Army children which she accepted and considered her and attended Mississippi State University. He
National Guard. He was own. was a Master Plumber and worked in the fami-
formerly employed as a Following Jean’s wishes, the visitation was ly business, McIntyre Plumbing, most of his life.
truck driver. Monday, October 8, 2018, at Gunter and Peel Bob was a beloved son, brother, uncle, cousin,
Funeral Home at 10:00 a.m. with a graveside and friend.

Ivy Hill
service that immediately followed at Memorial Bob had a keen mechanical mind. He was an
Gardens. Conducting the service were Brothers accomplished observer of the natural and man-
Breck Ladd and Tommy Gillon of Fairview Bap- made world and had interesting insight into both.
Ivy Jean Fulton Hill, age tist Church. Pallbearers were Judson Littlejohn, He was a kind and gentle soul.
86, of Columbus, MS, passed Ronnie Ray, Don Strickland and Bob Williford. He will be deeply missed by those who were
away Friday, October 5, 2018, at There are so many friends and church mem- fortunate enough to have known him. Bob’s kind-
North Mississippi Medical Cen- bers at Fairview Baptist and friends in Montgom- ness was a blessing to all of his friends and fam-
ter, Tupelo, MS. ery to thank, but the list would grow too long and ily, and we would be wise to continue this legacy
A visitation will be held on you know who you are. However, Phillip and Kar- of kindness.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018, en, along with Dr. Bonnie and Marvin, would like He was preceded in death by his mother and
from 11:00 – 12:00 PM in the to especially thank Jean’s caregivers: Annette, father; his twin brother, Charles Scott McIntyre;
Lowndes Funeral Home Chap- Daisy, Georgia and Onita for keeping her com- and his sister-in-law, Anna Hardy McIntyre.
el, Columbus, MS. A funeral fortable and safe. It would be remiss not to thank He is survived by his brothers, William H.
service will follow on Wednes- the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle McIntyre, Jr. (Susan) of New Orleans, LA, Sam
day, October 10, 2018, at 12:00 PM in the Lown- ICU Staff for their kind and compassionate care Ray McIntyre of Columbus and Dr. Thomas
des Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Raymond and guidance in the care of their Mother. Michael McIntyre (Wanda) of Columbus; sis-
Spann officiation. Interment will be at Forest In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you ter, Marie McIntyre Barrett of Hendersonville,
Cemetery, Ethelsville, AL with Lowndes Funeral make a donation to either of the following: Fair- NC; sister-in-law, Deena Matthews McIntyre of
Home directing. view Baptist Missions, 127 Airline Road, Colum- Columbus; uncle, Sam Ray (Charlene) of Madi-
Ms. Hill was born on August 12, 1932, in Lou- bus, MS 39702 or Cedar Hill Animal Sanctuary, son, MS; nephew, Thomas McIntyre (Anna) of
isville, MS, to the late Ross Warren and Ruby 144 Sanctuary Loop, Caledonia, MS 39740. Huntsville, AL; nieces, Frances Knight (Will)
Lona Ivy Fulton. She worked as a bookkeeper at of Greenwood, MS, Rowanne McKnight (Jay) of
Hills Electric and Plumbing Company for many Nashville, TN, Sarah Barrett of New Orleans, LA
years. Ms. Hill loved flowers and loved to garden. and Evelyn Claire McIntyre of Tuscaloosa, AL;
She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, and and numerous McIntyre and Ray cousins, grand
great-grandmother. Sign the online guest book at nieces and nephews. Bob also leaves behind his
In addition to her parents, she was preceded dear friend, Tanner Imes, his dog, Scout, and a
in death by her husband, Olyn R. Hill; and her whole host of people who were lucky enough to
716 Second Avenue North • Columbus, MS
grandson, Luke McKain Neyman. call Bob their friend.
Ms. Hill is survived by her son, Olyn D. “Butch” Memorials may be made to the Colum-
Hill of Columbus, MS; daughter, Norma (Jerry) bus-Lowndes Humane Society, P.O. Box 85, Co-
Neyman of Quitman, MS; 5 grandchildren; and 7 lumbus, MS 39703.
Pallbearers will be Nathan Hill, Randall Hill,
Jerry Neyman, Larry Manzolillo, Colin Russell Send in your church event!
and Chris Monahan. Honorary pallbearer will be Email
Doug Hill. Subject: Religious brief
Sign the online guest book at
Compliments of
Lowndes Funeral Home 716 Second Avenue North • Columbus, MS
6A Tuesday, October 9, 2018 The Dispatch •

2 Americans win economics Nobel

for work on climate and growth
‘Many people think that dealing with protecting extremely confident it will happen.”
Sunday’s report from the U.N.’s
the environment will be so costly and so hard that Intergovernmental Panel on Cli-
mate Change declared that man-
they just want to ignore the problem’ aging climate change could prove
a matter of life and death. It argued
Nobel Prize winner Paul Romer
that failing to prevent just one ex-
The Associated Press others, has produced research that tra degree of heat could expose
shows how governments can ad- countless people and ecosystems to
STOCKHOLM — Just a day af- vance innovation. At a news confer- life-threatening conditions over the
ter a United Nations panel called for ence Monday at NYU, Romer said next few decades.
urgent action on climate change, Unlike Romer and Nordhaus, the
his research left him optimistic that
the Nobel Prize in economics was panel of scientists who produced
society can solve even a threat as
awarded Monday to one American the U.N. report expressed little
challenging as the warming of the
researcher for his work on the eco- hope that the world will rise to the
nomics of a warming planet and to challenge. Still, in a 782-page docu-
“Many people think that dealing
another whose study of innovation ment that explicitly cited Nordhaus’
with protecting the environment work, the U.N. organization spelled
raises hopes that people can do will be so costly and so hard that out the difference that a single extra
something about it. they just want to ignore the prob- degree of heat could make on this
The Royal Swedish Academy of lem,” Romer said. “I hope the prize fast-warming planet.
Sciences awarded the $1 million today could help everyone see that If world leaders could agree on
prize Monday to William Nord- humans are capable of amazing ac- ways to limit future human-caused
haus of Yale University and to Paul complishments when we set about warming to just 0.9 degrees Fahren-
Romer of New York University. trying to do something.” heit (a half degree Celsius), instead
Nordhaus, 77, who has been At a separate news conference of the globally agreed-upon goal
called “the father of climate-change at Yale, Nordhaus suggested that of 1.8 degrees F (1 degree C), the
economics,” developed models there was “pretty widespread ac- Earth’s weather, health and ecosys-
that suggest how governments can ceptance” of climate change science tems would be in far better shape.
combat global warming. He has en- outside the United States, and he Half as many people would lack
dorsed a universal tax on carbon, expressed optimism that the United water. Fewer people would die or
which would require polluters to States would come around. get sick from heat, smog and in-
pay for the costs that their emis- Referring to the Trump adminis- fectious diseases. Seas would rise
sions impose on society. tration’s resistance, Nordhaus said: nearly 4 inches less. There would
Romer, 62, who has studied why “I think we just need to get through be fewer heat waves, downpours
some economies grow faster than what is a difficult period. But I’m and droughts.

Continued from Page 1A
ance in Starkville Munic- can speak to and what we serve with the patrol di- know what’s going on,’
ipal Court. It is, however, do know.” vision upon returning to and he would explain to
unclear whether the cig- SPD Chief Frank Nich- SPD, but Nichols said Lott me the progress that he
arette butt was secured ols said the department insisted on continuing to was making.’”
while Devaughn was in has tested more than try to solve the murders.
the Tishomingo County 60 potential suspects “I said, ‘Bill, I don’t Moving the case forward
Jail or prior to that. through the years in an know if we can do it be- Sixteenth Circuit Dis-
Lott said at Monday’s attempt to find the perpe- cause we’re so short — I trict Attorney Scott Co-
press conference police trator. don’t know if we have the
lom, who attended Mon-
identified Devaughn Devaughn is being held manpower to do it,’” Nich-
day’s press conference,
through a DNA match. in Oktibbeha County Jail ols said. “He says, ‘I’ll do it
said his office will do all it
He said SPD sent a DNA on a total of $11 million on my time off. … When I
can to move the case for-
sample to the Scales Lab bond. He is scheduled to get off from doing my reg-
ward quickly.
in Brandon on Friday eve- appear again in municipal ular job, I’ll work the cold
“It’s on an expedited
ning and received notifi- court on Thursday. case. For free.’”
cation about the match on Nichols, during Mon- track,” Co-
If convicted, Devaughn lom said.
Saturday morning. Police could face death or life in day’s conference, lauded
arrested Devaughn later Lott’s persistence in work- “It’s going
prison without parole for to have
that day. the capital murder charge, ing on the case through
Police declined to the years. the No. 1
and up to 30 years in pris- priority in
speak about what led to on for the sexual battery “It was that kind of ded-
securing a DNA match for ication that he was driv- my office.
charge. We’re going
Devaughn. en to make sure that this
“There’s a difference person was brought to jus- to present it Colom
when you’re talking about Persistence pays off tice,” Nichols said. “He’d to the grand
a cold case and you know Lott started working come and brief me about jury as quickly as we can.
nothing,” Lott said. “Now on the Labor Day mur- once a month, or he’d send We’re going to work with
we have a person who has der case in 1998 until he me an email at 3 o’clock the courts to make sure
been arrested. That per- left SPD in 2009 to serve in the morning and it’d due process is upheld for
son is innocent until prov- with the military in Af- be about two pages. He’d this young gentleman. But
en guilty. It’s not his job to ghanistan. When he re- be telling me all this stuff there’s no doubt that this
prove his innocence — it’s turned in 2013, according about DNA that I didn’t case can’t linger like some
our job to prove it and we to Starkville Police Chief really understand, and I’d cases that are fresher be-
do not want to be loose- Frank Nichols, he asked get him in my office and cause of the reality of the
lipped with any informa- to be put back on the case. say ‘Bill, break this down family has suffered and
tion other than what we Lott initially had to in layman’s terms so I can delayed too long.”

Continued from Page 1A
During the Labor Day pect or victim in a crime. DNA analy- willingly submitted their
murders investigation, “If an exact match for sis is just for DNA knowing law en-
Lott worked with both that is found, then we’re matching forcement can use it to
Scales in Brandon and talking about frequencies DNA from a identify remains or nar-
Reston, Virginia-based of less than 1-in-999 tril- crime scene row down suspect lists in
Parabon NanoLabs — lion of finding that profile to an indi- violent crimes.
both private labs which again in the general world vidual, so It’s a new branch of sci-
analyze DNA evidence population, with the ex- either a sus- ence that Parabon only be-
collected from crime ception of identical twins,” pect you’ve Greytak gan offering law enforce-
scenes to provide law en- Rodgers said. “In those sit- already identified or to a ment this year, Greytak
forcement with leads in uations when we’re deal- database,” Greytak said. said. So far, there are no
violent crimes like murder ing with an exact match, “And it’s great for that, laws regulating it, though
and sexual assault. Lott single-source profile, that but if you don’t get a hit Parabon only runs DNA
did not indicate how each frequency is so low that in either of those places, profiles against public da-
lab helped in the case or most of the time, that per- it can’t really tell you any- tabases where they know
making the arrest, citing son’s profile is considered thing else. What we’re try- the individuals who sub-
the ongoing investigation. to be unique to them and ing to do is generate new mitted DNA have already
so a match like that would information, new leads out agreed law enforcement
Finding matches be considered conclusive.” of that DNA.” can use it to compare in
Scales receives evi- Investigators can also Using evidence from investigations.
dence from law enforce- compare those profiles crime scenes, Parabon Parabon also specializ-
ment around the state — to the Federal Bureau of scientists can utilize DNA es in cold cases, Greytak
sometimes cold cases and Investigation’s Combined phenotyping. said. It’s rare for them to
sometimes not. DNA Index System (CO- “We predict an indi- have a case from the last
“We’re typically tasked DIS), a national database vidual’s physical traits 10 years. The oldest case
with looking for potential of DNA profiles from peo- — their eye color, their they have right now is 51
sources of DNA on items ple who have been arrest- hair color, their ancestry, years old.
of crime scene evidence, ed or convicted of crimes. their face shape ... from Both Greytak and Rod-
whether it be just through the DNA and that can help gers emphasized that the
contact — you know, DNA the investigators figure age of the DNA matters
is shed through our skin
Other sources out who they should and less than the size of the
cells so just by having for DNA matching shouldn’t be looking for,” DNA sample and how it
contact or handling an The catch with that she said. “We’re not pro- was stored.
item, there’s potential for is that if a perpetrator ducing a photograph of “If the DNA is there
leaving skin cells behind hasn’t been arrested for the individual, but we’re to begin with and it’s of
— or through body fluids anything, then his or her producing a description of a decent-enough qual-
— blood, semen, saliva,” match won’t be in the da- them.” ity, meaning it has not
Rodgers said. tabase — which is where They also utilize Ge- been degraded, well then
With luck, she said, Parabon comes in,” said netic Genealogy, which there’s no reason to not get
they can create a sin- Ellen Greytak, director means they run the DNA it as long as that sample’s
gle-source profile, mean- of bioinformatics and the against public database in good enough condition
ing a complete DNA pro- Snapshot division at Para- GEDmatch, a database as long as it’s not going to
file of one individual that bon. similar to, damage or degrade,” Rod-
can be compared to a sus- “Traditional forensic in which people have gers said.
Adam Minichino

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Edmondson learning BASKETBALL

how to be patient Freshman White no

Big game by junior quarterback helped lead
Caledonia to key region victory vs. Mooreville longer with MSU
By Adam Minichino
By Adam Minichino ties, Edmondson and the Confederates are sticking
to their strengths and uti- Mississippi State women’s basketball coach
CALEDONIA — lizing all of their weapons
Brandon Edmondson isn’t Vic Schaefer confirmed Monday night that fresh-
to capitalize. man center Daphane White no longer is with the
a patient person. Last week provided
The Caledonia High program.
another example of Ed-
School ju- White, a 6-foot-5 post player from Ocean
mondson’s maturation as
nior quar- Springs (St. Martin High School),
a quarterback and as a
terback reportedly will transfer to
leader, as he rushed for
encourages Mississippi Gulf Coast Communi-
three scores and threw
you to ask for another touchdown to ty College in Perkinston. Schaefer
any of his lead Caledonia to a 34-20 declined to comment on White’s
friends to victory against Moorev- decision to leave MSU.
back up his ille in a Mississippi High White had to finalize her NCAA
Edmondson claim he eligibility and certification issues
School Activities Associa-
doesn’t like tion (MHSAA) Class 4A, and arrived at MSU in time for White
to stand around waiting Region 2 game. the second summer session. In
for things to happen. For his accomplish- August, prior to the team’s trip to Italy, Schae-
Impatience typically ments, Edmondson is The fer praised White’s efforts to be able to join the
isn’t a quality that benefits Dispatch’s Prep Player of program.
quarterbacks, but it might the Week. “Daphane is going to be a tremendous impact
have helped Edmondson “Each week he has got- player in her career here,” Schaefer said. “She
in his initial steps in learn- ten better,” Kelly said. “I has been here a little over three or four weeks
ing Caledonia first-year think a lot of it is not only now. In the last two days in practice I have seen
football coach Michael on the field, but a lot of his improvement.
Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
Kelly’s “flex-bone” of- off-the-field things. (Of- Caledonia High School junior quarterback Brandon “She worked really hard to get herself in a po-
fense. fensive coordinator and) Edmondson, shown above against Aberdeen, rushed sition where she could be here. I am happy for her
While there have been Coach (Ray) Weeks and for three touchdowns and threw for another score last and happy for her mother because I know a lot went
growing pains and penal- See PREP PLAYER, 4B week in a victory against Mooreville. See WHITE, 4B


Running more
no guarantee for
success for MSU
For two weeks, Mississippi State football
coach Joe Moorhead can be spared the swarm
of criticism around his program. His Bulldogs
can go about their business without the obituary
of their season being drafted as they go. Maybe
quarterback Nick Fitzgerald can go a few days
without calls for Keytaon Thompson to take
over — or at least go with fewer of those calls.
MSU’s 23-9 victory against
Auburn on Saturday accom-
plished those things, and more.
The win helped MSU climb
back into The Associated Press
Top 25 at No. 24. It also showed
MSU (4-2, 1-2 Southeastern
Conference) is a team that runs,
and runs well — under the right
Brett Hudson
circumstances — going into the
second half of its schedule.
This isn’t a team that runs well because it
Dispatch File Photo
runs more. MSU ran the football on 56 percent
Caledonia High School volleyball coach Samantha Brooks talks with her players during the team’s preseason
match against the school’s baseball team. of its plays entering the game against Auburn.
That number dropped to 50.8 percent in losses


to Kentucky and Florida, but late passing in the
face of a 14-point deficit in Lexington, Kentucky,
and a last-minute drive against Florida might
have affected that percentage a few points.
Victory against Amory would help Brooks’ varsity program finish 8-0 in Class II, Region 4 Running on 77 percent of its plays helped
By Adam Minichino Maddy Suggs had 16, and Camryn
“This year, everyone sees

CALEDONIA — Maddy Suggs the goal is reachable and

Johnson had 36 assists, five kills,
and four aces. Mason Still Maturing at
Last week, Caledonia inched
and Tori Brooks have similar goals
even though they play different po- we’re all trying to better even closer to the title with victo-
ries against New Hope (3-0 in the
Northeast Mississippi C.C.
As juniors, Suggs, a libero and each other.” second-annual Dig Pink match)
and Pontotoc (3-0). As has been the
setter and Brooks, a middle hitter/
Caledonia High School junior case all season, Caledonia has re-
outside hitter, have been invested in
Maddy Suggs ceived contributions from everyone
the Caledonia High School volley-
on the roster. Despite not having a
ball program for years. The return
lack of height, Brooks praised the
they have earned explains why it’s
natural for them to finish each oth- perfect run through region play Lady Confederates for their ability
er’s sentences when they are asked when it takes on Amory at 6:30 p.m. to have fun and to know when it’s
why this year’s team has had so Tuesday. Caledonia coach Saman- time to focus. As a result, she said
much success. tha Brooks said 2013 is believed to the team has been able to play each
“Everyone comes to practice be the last time the program had point and to avoid slumps after a
every day trying to be better and a perfect region record. The Lady mistake.
they’re putting other things aside Confederates also finished first in “Everyone has taken on an im-
that would normally occupy their their region in 2014, but records are portant role this year in their po-
time just to try to better the team,” incomplete. sitions and toward their team goal
Suggs said. “This year, everyone Caledonia moved closer to the as well as the individual goals they
sees the goal is reachable and we’re region title by rallying for a five-set set for themselves,” Brooks said.
all trying to better each other. I victory against Lafayette on Sept. “The girls aren’t limited to their po-
Michael Miller/Northeast Mississippi Community College Media Relations
think that has affected us more 27. The Lady Confederates dropped sitions. They are able to work well Former Noxubee County High School standout
than in previous years.” the first two sets before storming through out-of-system plays.” Kymbotric Mason will try to help the Tigers
Caledonia (26-8, 7-0 Class II, back. Tori Brooks led the way with Brooks said that continuity reverse their fortunes this week against No. 7
Region 4) will look to complete a 18 kills. Ansley Brown had 17 digs. See VOLLEYBALL, 4B Jones County Junior College.
2B Tuesday, October 9, 2018 The Dispatch •

briefly COLLEGES
New Hope High School volleyball team splits two matches
The New Hope High School volleyball team split two matches
Monday. New Hope defeated South Lamar 2-1. Set scores were 25-23,
EMCC will induct 10 into Sports Hall of Fame
21-25, 15-10. New Hope lost to Fayette 2-0. Set scores were 15-14, From Special Reports friends luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Satur- a name for himself as a two-sport let-
25-19. day at the F.R. Young Student Union. terman (basketball and baseball) at
Against South Lamar, Maci Coleman had one dig, one ace, and SCOOBA — In conjunction with
one assist, Sydney Cox had four assists, Micaela Hudgins had two They also will be recognized during DeKalb High School and EMCC.
aces, one dig, and three kills, Kensley Woolbright had three digs, four East Mississippi Community College’s the halftime festivities. Roberson, the daughter of EMCC
kills, and one ace, Brianna Terry had six kills and one assist, Alyssa Homecoming festivities this weekend, Anderson was a standout basketball Sports Hall of Famer Ikie E. Ethridge,
Smith had two assists and one dig, Annie Woolbright had two aces, 10 new members will be inducted into player at Noxubee County High School is part of a three-generation family of
seven digs, and two assists, Taylor Mitchell had one kill, Sydney Magers the EMCC Sports Hall of Fame.
had two kills and three blocks, and Skylar Banks had one dig, two aces,
in Macon before playing at EMCC in EMCC student-athletes. She enjoyed a
one block, and four assists.
EMCC’s 2018 Sports Hall of Fame the early 1980s. A 23-year coaching 42-year teaching and coaching career
Against Fayette, Coleman had two digs, Hudgins had one assist, inductees will be honored Friday night veteran at the Massachusetts Insti- in the state of Mississippi. She graduat-
one block, and two kills, Cox had seven assists and two digs, Kensley in a reception and banquet at the F.R. tute of Technology (MIT), Anderson ed from West Lauderdale High before
Woolbright had 10 digs, two kills, and one assist, Terry had two kills and Young Student Union. The inductees played and later coached at Rust Col-
11 digs, Smith had two assists and one dig, Annie Woolbright had 15 earning a band scholarship to EMCC.
also will be recognized Saturday after- lege. He was hired at MIT in 1995 and
digs and one kill, and Magers had two blocks. She went on to play an integral role in
noon at halftime of the football team’s has become one of the most successful
game against Holmes C.C. at Sulli- the school’s decision to reinstate the
and respected coaches in the NCAA
women’s basketball program during
Mississippi State van-Windham Field. Kickoff for the
game will be at 2 p.m.
Division III men’s basketball ranks.
the early 1970s.
The Macon native owns a career
Football team’s Fitzgerald, Sweat earn SEC honors The Class of 2018 features Larry coaching record of 375-244 at MIT,
Fulton was one of the state’s most
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Mississippi State senior quarterback Nick talented women’s basketball players
Fitzgerald and senior defensive end Montez Sweat earned Southeast- Anderson, Jack Lewis Dudley, Lynn including a 216-68 mark and eight na-
ern Conference weekly honors Monday for their efforts in a 23-9 victory Ethridge Roberson, Mary Ann Hodges tional tournament appearances over of her era during her two seasons at
against then-No. 8 Auburn on Saturday. Fulton, Lance Lewis, Mike Luke, Kate the past decade that has included a EMCC in the early 1950s. She was
Fitzgerald was named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for the Neely McCarty, Dwane Taylor, Larry 2012 Final Four berth and an Elite raised in the Martin community of
fifth time in his career, which tied Dak Prescott for most in MSU history, Collinsville and was a prep standout at
while Sweat was named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week for a Vick, and Raleigh Wood III. Eight showing last season.
SEC record-tying fifth time. EMCC also will honor 2018 Alum- Dudley is honored with a roadside Hickory High.
The duo helped MSU earn the program’s fourth win against a top- nus of the Year (John Apple) and Dis- sign at the intersection of Highways Lewis made an immediate impact
10 team at Davis Wade Stadium in its last six tries since 2014. tinguished Service Award winner 45 and 16 in Scooba as the “Birthplace as a game-changing wide receiver at
Fitzgerald also was named to the Davey O’Brien Award’s “Great 8”
list for Week 6. Joining Fitzgerald on the “Great 8” list are Texas’ Sam (Dewayne Hull). Apple and Hull will of World Champion Turkey Caller EMCC. His pass-catching exploits
Ehlinger, Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins, Utah State’s Jordan Love, Iowa be honored during EMCC’s alumni/ Jack Lewis Dudley.” He initially made See EMCC, 4B
State’s Brock Purdy, Middle Tennessee’s Brent Stockstill, Alabama’s
Tua Tagovailoa, and Northwestern’s Clayton Thorson. Kansas City 30, Jacksonville 14
Southeastern Conference
Cleveland 12, Baltimore 9, OT
The winner of the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback of the L.A. Chargers 26, Oakland 10 East
Week Award, which will be one of the week’s “Great 8” quarterbacks, Major League Baseball Minnesota 23, Philadelphia 21
L.A. Rams 33, Seattle 31
Conference All Games
will be announced Wednesday.
Prep Football Playoffs Arizona 28, San Francisco 18 Georgia 4 0 163 71 6 0 257 78
Fitzgerald had 264 yards of total offense and two touchdowns DIVISION SERIES Houston 19, Dallas 16, OT Florida 3 1 103 73 5 1 204 89
against the Tigers. He shattered Tim Tebow’s SEC career record for Thursday’s Game (Best-of-five; x-if necessary)
American League
Open: Tampa Bay, Chicago
Monday’s Game
Kentucky 3 1 93 53 5 1 176 83
S. Carolina 2 2 101 114 3 2 150 129
rushing yards by a quarterback, rushing for 195 yards and scoring both Forest at Louisville, 7 p.m. All Games on TBS New Orleans 43, Washington 19 Missouri 0 2 64 80 3 2 195 144
Boston 2, New York 1 Thursday’s Game
of the Bulldogs’ touchdowns. His 195 yards rushing were the most by Friday’s Games Friday, Oct. 5 Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants, 7:20 p.m.
0 2 27 78 3 3 151 144
0 2 33 85 2 3 130 128
a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) quarterback versus a Power 5 team Southaven at Columbus, 7 p.m. Boston 5, New York 4
Saturday, Oct. 6
Sunday’s Games
Seattle vs Oakland at London, UK, Noon West
this year. It marked the 17th time he has eclipsed the 100-yard mark in a Leake Central at New Hope, 7 p.m. Chicago at Miami, Noon Conference All Games
New York 6, Boston 2
Monday’s Game Indianapolis at N.Y. Jets, Noon W L PF PA W L PF PA
game (tied Anthony Dixon for the school record). Pontotoc at Caledonia, 7 p.m. Boston 16, New York 1 Buffalo at Houston, Noon Alabama 3 0 172 61 6 0 336 96
Fitzgerald has 2,999 rushing yards and 40 rushing touchdowns for Starkville High at Madison Central, 7 p.m. Today’s Game Tampa Bay at Atlanta, Noon LSU 2 1 86 64 5 1 188 102
Boston (Porcello 17-7) at New York (Sabathia Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, Noon Texas A&M 2 1 67 76 4 2 200 121
his career. West Point at Olive Branch, 7 p.m. 9-7), 7:07 p.m. Arizona at Minnesota, Noon Auburn 1 2 64 48 4 2 172 86
Sweat posted a career-best three sacks for a loss of 27 yards, x-Thursday’s Game L.A. Chargers at Cleveland, Noon Miss. State 1 2 36 50 4 2 186 76
Kosciusko at Noxubee County, 7 p.m. New York at Boston, 6:40 p.m. Carolina at Washington, Noon Ole Miss 0 2 23 107 4 2 254 213
forced one fumble, and added two quarterback hurries that forced L.A. Rams at Denver, 3:05 p.m. Arkansas 0 3 51 123 1 5 150 221
incompletions. He became the first Bulldog with three or more sacks in Hatley at Aberdeen, 7 p.m. Houston 3, Cleveland 0
Friday, Oct. 5 Jacksonville at Dallas, 3:25 p.m.
a game since Willie Evans had three against Tulane on Sept. 17, 2005. Hamilton at Sebastopol, 7 p.m. Houston 7, Cleveland 2 Baltimore at Tennessee, 3:25 p.m.
Kansas City at New England, 7:20 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Saturday, Oct. 6 Tennessee at Auburn, 11 a.m.
He was only the third Bulldog in the last 20 years to achieve the feat and Shannon at Amory, 7 p.m. Houston 3, Cleveland 1 Open: Detroit, New Orleans Florida at Vanderbilt, 11 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 15
the first in a conference game since Ed Smith versus Arkansas on Nov. Heritage Academy at Starkville Academy, 7 p.m. Monday’s Game
Houston 11) at Cleveland 3 San Francisco at Green Bay, 7:15 p.m.
Georgia at LSU, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI)
Texas A&M at South Carolina, 2:30 p.m.
21, 1998. All three of Sweat’s sacks came in the second half. Oak Hill Academy at West Memphis (Arkansas), Canadian Football League Missouri at Alabama, 6 p.m.
Sweat has 18 sacks for his career, which is seventh in MSU career National League Ole Miss at Arkansas, 6:30 p.m.
7 p.m. Milwaukee 3, Colorado 0 EAST DIVISION
annals. For the season, Sweat leads the SEC and ranks No. 2 nationally Columbus Christian at Lee (Arkansas), 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4
W L T Pts
8 6 0 16
359 333 Conference USA
in sacks with seven-and-a-half. His five SEC Defensive Lineman of the Milwaukee 3, Colorado 2, 10 innings East Division
DeSoto School at Hebron Christian, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5 x-Hamilton 7 7 0 14 407 341
Conference All Games
Week honors are the most in MSU history, and tied for the most in SEC Milwaukee 4, Colorado 0 Toronto 3 11 0 6 304 440
Leake Academy at Winston Academy, 7 p.m. Sunday’s Game Montreal 3 12 0 6 253 448 W L PF PA W L PF PA
history with Kentucky’s Denzil Ware (2015-17). WEST DIVISION Middle Tenn. 2 0 59 48 3 2 134 169
n Men’s tennis team’s Borges loses in singles final at ITA Aliceville at Southeastern, 7 p.m. Milwaukee 6, at Colorado 0
Los Angeles 3, Atlanta 1 W L T Pts PF PA FIU 1 0 28 20 3 2 191 122
Marshall 1 1 44 51 3 2 131 132
All-American: At Tulsa, Oklahoma, Senior men’s tennis player Nuno Gordo at Greene County, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4 x-Calgary 12 2 0 24
Saskatchewan 10 5 0 20
430 270
386 373 FAU 1 1 76 58 3 3 208 232
Los Angeles 6, Atlanta 0
Borges lost to Ohio State’s 17th-ranked JJ Wolf, a 9-16 seed, 6-0, 7-6 Lamar County at Oakman, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5 Winnipeg 8 7 0 16 466 365 Charlotte 0 1 7 28 2 3 109 157
B.C. 7 7 0 14 330 359 W. Kentucky 0 1 17 20 1 4 93 125
(3) in the singles final of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Meek at Pickens County, 7 p.m. Los Angeles 3, Atlanta 0
Sunday, Oct. 7 Edmonton 7 8 0 14 383 389 Old Dominion 0 2 53 80 1 5 172 232
All-American Championships. South Lamar at Marion County, 7 p.m. Atlanta 6, Los Angeles 5
x-clinched playoff berth
West Division
Conference All Games
MSU’s top ranked doubles pair of Borges and Strahinja Rakic Monday’s Game
Tarrant at Sulligent, 7 p.m. Los Angeles 6, Atlanta 2 W L PF PA W L PF PA
will face the seventh-ranked Bulldog tandem of Niclas Braun and Monday’s Games UAB 2 0 56 14 4 1 163 85
Marengo at Pickens Academy, 7 p.m. LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Calgary 12, Montreal 6 UTSA 2 0 50 24 3 3 119 172
Giovanni Oradini in the All-American’s doubles consolation final. With (Best-of-seven, x-if necessary)
Saskatchewan 19, Edmonton 12 So. Miss. 1 0 40 22 2 2 128 74
both Bulldog duos earning the automatic bid to the ITA National Fall
Championships, they have elected to play the doubles consolation final
Prep Volleyball American League
All Games on TBS
Friday’s Game
Hamilton at Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
North Texas 1 1 54 53 5 1 249 116
La. Tech 1 1 36 55 3 2 141 136
Today’s Matches Saturday’s Game
Saturday’s Games
Saskatchewan at Winnipeg, 1 p.m.
Rice 0 2 25 60 1 5 136 232
match this week in Starkville. Houston at Boston or New York UTEP 0 2 45 57 0 6 99 190
New Hope at Pontotoc, 6 p.m. Sunday’s Game
Ottawa at Edmonton, 4 p.m.
Borges will play in the main singles draw of the United States BC at Calgary, 7 p.m.
Tennis Association (USTA) Futures tournament in Harlingen, Texas, on Amory at Caledonia, 6:30 p.m. Houston at Boston or New York Saturday’s Games
Tupelo at Starkville, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 16
Boston at Houston or Houston at New York
This Week’s Schedule Alabama-Birmingham at Rice, Noon
Oct. 16. The rest of the Bulldogs will head to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, for Today’s Game Southern Mississippi at North Texas, 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 17
the ITA Southern Region Championships on Oct. 17-22 at the University Thursday’s Match Boston at Houston or Houston at New York
SOUTHWEST Western Kentucky at Charlotte, 2:30 p.m.
Marshall at Old Dominion, 2:30 p.m.
Appalachian State at Arkansas State, 7 p.m.
of Alabama. New Hope at Lafayette, 6 p.m. x-Thursday, Oct. 18 Louisiana Tech at UTSA, 6 p.m.
Boston at Houston or Houston at New York Thursday’s Games Middle Tennessee at FIU, 6:30 p.m.

Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate College Football x-Saturday, Oct. 20

Houston at Boston or New York at Houston
x-Sunday, Oct. 21
Texas Tech at TCU, 6:30 p.m. Southwestern Athletic
Saturday’s Games Houston at Boston or New York at Houston
Georgia Southern at Texas State, 6:30 p.m.
Alabama second, Mississippi State sixth after Southern Mississippi at North Texas, 1 p.m. National League
Friday’s Games
Conference All Games
Missouri at Alabama, 6 p.m. Fox and FS1
opening day Ole Miss at Arkansas, 6:30 p.m. Friday’s Game
Holy Cross at Harvard, 6 p.m.
Alcorn St. 3 1 128 66 4 2 206 107
VESTAVIA HILLS, Ala. — The No. 3 Alabama men’s golf team is Los Angeles at Milwaukee South Florida at Tulsa, 6 p.m. Alabama A&M 2 1 90 66 3 3 154 154
Saturday’s Game Jackson St. 1 1 46 48 2 2 71 119
second and Mississippi State is sixth following the opening day of the
Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate on Monday afternoon at the Old
College Cross Country Los Angeles at Milwaukee
Monday, Oct. 15
Air Force at San Diego State, 8 p.m.
Arizona at Utah, 9 p.m.
Alabama St. 1 1 28 59 2 3 76 204
MVSU 0 1 20 56 0 4 54 203
Overton Club. Friday’s Meet Milwaukee at Los Angeles West
Tuesday, Oct. 16 Conference All Games
Alabama shot a 36-hole total of 6-under par 554 (277-277). It will Alabama, Southern Mississippi at Florida State Milwaukee at Los Angeles
Saturday’s Games
x-Wednesday, Oct. 17
enter Tuesday’s third and final round one stroke back of clubhouse Invitational (Tallahassee, Florida) Milwaukee at Los Angeles
Akron at Buffalo, 11 a.m. Prairie View 2 0 84 29 3 3 201 171
x-Friday, Oct. 19 Cornell at Colgate, 11 a.m. Grambling 1 1 50 22 2 3 136 112
leader BYU (553).
Senior Davis Riley the day in third overall with a 6-under par 134. Men’s College Golf Los Angeles at Milwaukee
x-Saturday, Oct. 20
Maine at Rhode Island, 11 a.m.
St. Francis (Pa.) at Wagner, 11 a.m.
Louisville at Boston College, 11:30 a.m.
Southern U. 1 1 32 47 2 3 89 174
Texas Sou. 0 2 36 69 1 4 96 191
The Hattiesburg native recorded rounds of 4-under 66 in the morning Today’s Matches Los Angeles at Milwaukee
Fordham at Lehigh, 11:30 a.m.
Ark-Pine Bluff
0 2 40 92 1 5 140 271

and 2-under 68 in the afternoon. Alabama, Mississippi State at Jerry Pate National WORLD SERIES CCSU at Bryant, Noon Saturday’s Games
Bucknell at Monmouth (NJ), Noon MVSU at Jackson State, 2 p.m.
Sophomore Davis Shore finished in a tie for eighth after carding a Intercollegiate (Vestavia Hills, Alabama) (Best-of-seven, x-if necessary)
All Games on FOX Columbia at Penn, Noon Alcorn State at Alabama A&M, 2 p.m.
36-hole total of even par 140 (70-70). Sophomore Wilson Furr is 12th Ole Miss at Franklin American Intercollegiate Tuesday, Oct. 23 Brown at Princeton, Noon Alabama State at South Alabama, 4 p.m.
James Madison at Villanova, Noon Southern U. at Prairie View, 5 p.m.
with a 1-over par 141 (69-72) on the par-70, 7,204 yard Old Overton (Nashville, Tennessee) Wednesday, Oct. 24
Mercer at Yale, Noon
Friday, Oct. 26 Grambling State at Texas Southern, 6 p.m.
Club. Saturday, Oct. 27 Elon at Delaware, 2:30 p.m.
Sophomore Ben Fuller, who is playing in his first competitive Men’s College Soccer x-Sunday, Oct. 28
x-Tuesday, Oct. 30
Georgetown at Lafayette, 2:30 p.m.
Temple at Navy, 2:30 p.m. Hockey
tournament for the Crimson Tide, is tied for 25th overall at 145 (72-73). Wednesday’s Match Stony Brook at New Hampshire, 2:30 p.m.
Freshman Prescott Butler carded an opening round of 80 and then
x-Wednesday, Oct. 31
Michigan State at Penn State, 2:30 p.m. NHL
shot a 3-under 67 to end the day in 43rd place (147).
Mississippi University for Women at Belhaven,
7:30 p.m. Basketball William & Mary at Towson, 3 p.m.
Sacred Heart at Dartmouth, 5 p.m.
Richmond at Albany (NY), 6 p.m.
Atlantic Division
“I think our guys did a really good job today,” Alabama coach Jay NBA Preseason Robert Morris at Duquesne, 6 p.m. GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Seawell said. “It was good to see two guys that hadn’t been in the
lineup, get in the lineup and get that experience. I walked with Ben
Women’s College Soccer Monday’s Games
Dallas 115, Philadelphia 112
Tennessee at Auburn, 11 a.m.
Toronto 3 2 1 0 4 13 13
Boston 3 2 1 0 4 10 10
Rutgers at Maryland, 11 a.m.
the whole day. He’s going to be a star one day. I’m proud of him and Wednesday’s Match Brooklyn 110, Detroit 108, OT
Hampton at Presbyterian, 11 a.m.
Buffalo 3 2 1 0 4 7 7
Charlotte 110, Chicago 104 Montreal 2 1 0 1 3 7 4
Prescott in how they represented today. Mississippi University for Women at Belhaven, 5 p.m. Indiana 111, Cleveland 102 Florida at Vanderbilt, 11 a.m.
Duke at Georgia Tech, 11:20 a.m. Ottawa 3 1 1 1 3 11 13
Miami 90, Orlando 89
“Any 36-hole days are long. You’re here before the sun gets up and Tampa Bay 1 1 0 0 2 2 1
you leave when the sun goes down. We’ll let them rest as best we can Women’s College Volleyball Washington 110, New York 98
Sacramento 132, Maccabi Haifa 100
Morehead State at Davidson, Noon
Wofford at Furman, Noon
Delaware State at Howard, Noon
Detroit 3 0 1 2 2 6 10
Florida 1 0 0 1 1 1 2
and look forward to competing for a team title (Tuesday).” Today’s Match Phoenix 117, Golden State 109 Marist at Jacksonville, Noon Metropolitan Division
Today’s Games Florida A&M at North Carolina A&T, Noon
No. 19 Arkansas joins BYU and Alabama as the only teams to Rhodes at Mississippi University for Women, 6 p.m. Milwaukee at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Kennesaw State at Gardner-Webb, 12:30 p.m. GP W L OT Pts GF GA
finish the day below par. It is third with a 5-under 555. Wednesday’s Match Shanghai Sharks at Houston, 7 p.m. Troy at Liberty, 1 p.m. Carolina 3 2 0 1 5 12 8
Denver at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. Tennessee State at Murray State, 1 p.m. N.Y. Islanders
3 2 1 0 4 9 5
Sophomore Cameron Clarke led MSU with a 1-over 141 total to
close the day tied for 12th. Alabama State at Alabama, 7 p.m. Wednesday’s Games
Brooklyn vs. Toronto at Montreal, QC, 6 p.m.
Bethune-Cookman at South Crolina State,
1 p.m.
Washington 2 1 0 1 3 13 7
New Jersey 1 1 0 0 2 5 2
As a team, MSU shot a 7-over 567. Memphis at Orlando, 6 p.m. ETSU at The Citadel, 1 p.m.

on the air Alcorn State at Alabama A&M, 2 p.m. Philadelphia 2 1 1 0 2 7 7

Washington at Detroit, 6 p.m.
“I am pleased with how we played today,” MSU coach Dusty Smith New Orleans at Miami, 6:30 p.m. MVSU at Jackson State, 2 p.m. Columbus 2 1 1 0 2 4 5
said. “Last night we talked about everyone playing for each other and San Antonio vs. Atlanta at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. VMI at Samford, 2 p.m. Pittsburgh 2 1 1 0 2 8 11

Today Indiana at Chicago, 7 p.m. Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee-Martin, 2 p.m. N.Y. Rangers 3 0 3 0 0 8 14
having five guys in the round all day. I felt like we did a nice job of that.” Phoenix at Portland, 9 p.m.
Western Kentucky at Charlotte, 2:30 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE
Sophomore Garrett Johnson led the team in the opening round, Georgia at LSU, 2:30 p.m.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Golden State vs. L.A. Lakers at Paradise, UCF at Memphis, 2:30 p.m. Central Division
shooting a 1-under 69. Freshman Ford Clegg and Clarke posted even Nevada, 9:30 p.m. Marshall at Old Dominion, 2:30 p.m. GP W L OT Pts GF GA
7 p.m. — Appalachian State at Arkansas State, Thursday’s Games Texas A&M at South Carolina, 2:30 p.m. Chicago 3 2 0 1 5 15 14
The highlight of round two was a hole-in-one by freshman Austin ESPN2 Toronto at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Utah at Sacramento, 9 p.m.
Chattanooga at Western Carolina, 2:30 p.m. Colorado 2 2 0 0 4 9 3
Eastern Illinois at Jacksonville State, 3 p.m. Dallas 2 2 0 0 4 8 1
Vukovits on the par-3 eighth hole. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Maccabi Haifa at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. New Mexico St. at Louisiana-Lafayette, 4 p.m.
Nashville 2 2 0 0 4 7 5
7 p.m. — American League Division Series, Houston Baptist at Southeaastern Louisiana,
MSU shot 7-over in the final round of the day.
Senior Ross Bell, Clegg, and Johnson all carded 1-over 141s to Game 4, Boston at N.Y. Yankees, TBS Football 4 p.m.
Alabama State at South Alabama, 4 p.m.
Winnipeg 2 1 1 0 2 6 6
St. Louis 2 0 1 1 1 5 10
share 16th place. Vukovits shot 6-over-par and is tied for 34th. NBA NFL Va. Lynchburg at Charleston Southern, 5 p.m.
Louisiana-Monroe at Coastal Carolina, 5 p.m.
Minnesota 2 0 1 1 1 2 6
Pacific Division
7 p.m. — Preseason, Milwaukee at Oklahoma East
Morgan State at Savannah State, 5 p.m.
Missouri at Alabama, 6 p.m.

Ole Miss City, NBA TV

9:30 p.m. — Preseason, Denver at L.A. Clippers,

New England 3 2 0 .600 133
3 2 0 .600 99 117
Mississippi College at North Alabama, 6 p.m.
Virginia Tech at North Carolina, 6 p.m.
Anaheim 3 3 0 0 6 9 4
Los Angeles 2 1 0 1 3 6 5
Time set for football team’s game against Auburn Buffalo 2 3 0 .400 63 118 Sam Houston State at Northwestern State, Vancouver 2 1 1 0 2 9 9
OXFORD — The Ole Miss football team will play host to Auburn at NBA TV N.Y. Jets 2 3 0 .400 123 105 6 p.m.
Miami at Virginia, 6 p.m.
Calgary 2 1 1 0 2 9 9
South San Jose 3 1 2 0 2 5 11
11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. The game NHL W L T Pct PF PA Houston at East Carolina, 6:30 p.m.
Vegas 3 1 2 0 2 6 10
Middle Tennessee at FIU, 6:30 p.m.
will be televised on ESPN. 6 p.m. — San Jose at Philadelphia, NBC Sports Tennessee 3 2 0 .600 87 86
MIDWEST Edmonton 1 0 1 0 0 2 5
Jacksonville 3 2 0 .600 102 86
It will be the 43rd meeting all-time between Ole Miss and Auburn Network Houston 2 3 0 .400 115 124 Toledo at Eastern Michigan, 11 a.m. Arizona 2 0 2 0 0 0 4
Indianapolis 1 4 0 .200 118 138 Iowa at Indiana, 11 a.m.
dating back to 1928.
Ole Miss (4-2, 0-2 Southeastern Conference) will take on Arkansas Wednesday
Oklahoma State at Kansas State, 11 a.m.
Nebraska at Northwestern, 11 a.m.
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
(1-5, 0-3) at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Little Rock, Arkansas. The game will GOLF Cincinnati 4 1 0 .800 153 130 Minnesota at Ohio State, 11 a.m.
Stetson at Drake, 1 p.m. overtime loss. Top three teams in each division
Baltimore 3 2 0 .600 132 77
be televised on the SEC Network. 9:30 p.m. — PGA Tour, CIMB Classic, first round, Cleveland 2 2 1 .500 114 113 Missouri State at Indiana State, 1 p.m. and two wild cards per conference advance to
Montana at North Dakota, 1 p.m. playoffs.
n Men’s golf team sixth at the Intercollegiate at The Grove: At at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, TGC Pittsburgh 2 2 1 .500 143
Austin Peay at Southeast Missouri, 1 p.m.
Nashville, Tennessee, the men’s golf shot a second-round 293 (+5) and 3:30 a.m. (Thursday) — European PGA Tour, W L T Pct PF PA Butler at Valparaiso, 1 p.m.
Kent State at Miami (Ohio), 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7
is 13 strokes back of first place South Florida (284-280—564). Kansas City 5 0 0 1.000 175
British Masters, first round, at Surrey, England, L.A. Chargers 3 2 0 .600 137 130 Pittsburgh at Notre Dame, 1:30 p.m. Carolina 8, N.Y. Rangers 5
“Certainly not our best day today as a team,” Ole Miss coach Chris TGC Denver 2 3 0 .400 100 131 Western Michigan at Bowling Green, 2 p.m. Toronto 7, Chicago 6, OT
Oakland 1 4 0 .200 107 149 Ball State at Central Michigan, 2 p.m. Los Angeles 4, Detroit 2
Malloy said. “We just looked a little sloppy and didn’t have anyone get NBA NATIONAL CONFERENCE Southern Illinois at Illinois State, 2 p.m. Monday’s Games
hot to save us like we usually do. I know that this group is eager to get East Youngstown State at South Dakota St., 2 p.m.
out on the course tomorrow and improve on today’s round.”
6:30 p.m. — San Antonio at Atlanta, Fox Sports W L T Pct PF PA Purdue at Illinois, 2:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders 4, San Jose 0
Ohio at Northern Illinois, 2:30 p.m. Boston 6, Ottawa 3
Braden Thornberry and Cecil Wegener shot 72. Thornberry shook Southeast Washington 2 2 0 .500 83 87
Dallas 2 3 0 .400 83 96 West Virginia at Iowa State, 6 p.m. Buffalo 4, Vegas 2
off his opening 18 with a four-stroke improvement in round two to move 7 p.m. — Preseason, Indiana at Chicago, ESPN Philadelphia 2 3 0 .400 103 104 Northern Iowa at South Dakota, 6 p.m.
North Dakota State at Western Illinois, 6 p.m.
Anaheim 3, Detroit 2, SO
N.Y. Giants 1 4 0 .200 104 128 Today’s Games
up the leaderboard, tallying three birdies and three bogeys. 9:35 p.m. — Preseason, Golden State vs. L.A. South Wisconsin at Michigan, 6:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Carolina, 6 p.m.
After a 3-under 69 to start the tournament, Wegener played the Lakers, at Las Vegas, ESPN W L T Pct PF PA
New Orleans 4 1 0 .800 180 140 Alabama-Birmingham at Rice, Noon San Jose at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
7,368-yard course at level par to sit in a tie for 11th and just five shots off NHL Carolina 3 1 0 .750 104 91 Southern Mississippi at North Texas, 1 p.m. Colorado at Columbus, 6 p.m.
Tampa Bay 2 2 0 .500 112 139 Nicholls at Abilene Christian, 2:30 p.m. Calgary at Nashville, 7 p.m.
the lead. The Ridgeland native played a mistake-free back nine today, 7 p.m. — Vegas at Washington, NBC Sports Atlanta 1 4 0 .200 133 163 Baylor at Texas, 2:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Winnipeg, 7 p.m.
parring the first eight holes before making birdie at the par-5 18th. Network North Incarnate Word at Lamar, 3 p.m.
Toronto at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
W L T Pct PF PA Central Arkansas at Stephen F. Austin, 3 p.m.
Redshirt freshman Charlie Miller fired a 74 (+2), dropping back to SOCCER Chicago 3 1 0 .750 111 65 Southern U. at Prairie View, 5 p.m. Wednesday’s Games
even par through 36 holes. With the help of four birdies throughout his Minnesota 2 2 1 .500 113 131 Grambling State at Texas Southern, 6 p.m. Philadelphia at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m.
round, he remains in a tie for 20th.
4 p.m. — 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Green Bay 2 2 1 .500 115 114 Louisiana Tech at UTSA, 6 p.m. Vegas at Washington, 7 p.m.
Championship, Group Stage, Group A: Panama Detroit 2 3 0 .400 125 137 Ole Miss at Arkansas, 6:30 p.m. Arizona at Anaheim, 9 p.m.
Josh Seiple and Jackson Suber posted rounds of 75 (+3). Starting West FAR WEST
Thursday’s Games
2-over through the first seven holes, Seiple responded with an eagle on vs. Mexico, at Cary, North Carolina, FS2 W L T Pct PF PA Washington at Oregon, 2:30 p.m.
Edmonton at Boston, 6 p.m.
L.A. Rams 5 0 0 1.000 173 98 Army at San Jose State, 2:30 p.m.
the par-5 seventh followed by a birdie at No. 8. The senior Rebel made 6:30 p.m. — 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Seattle 2 3 0 .400 116 114 New Mexico at Colorado State 3 p.m. Washington at New Jersey, 6 p.m.
the turn at 1-under, but could not find a birdie coming in and had to sign Championship, Group Stage, Group A: United Arizona 1 4 0 .200 65 112
San Francisco 1 4 0 .200 118 146
Idaho at Montana State, 3 p.m.
UNLV at Utah State, 3 p.m.
Colorado at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
Vegas at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
for an over-par round. States vs. Trinidad & Tobago, at Cary, North Northern Colorado at Portland State, 4 p.m.
San Jose at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m.
Jack Gnam shot a 70 (-2) for the best round of the day by an Ole Thursday, Oct. 5 Dayton at San Diego, 4 p.m.
Carolina, FS2 New England 38, Indianapolis 24 Eastern Washington at Weber State, 5 p.m. Columbus at Florida, 6 p.m.
Miss golfer. WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Sunday, Oct. 6 UCLA at California, 6 p.m. Los Angeles at Montreal, 6:30 p.m.
Round one co-leader Beau Briggs delivered his second-straight Buffalo 13, Tennessee 12 Idaho State at UC Davis, 6 p.m. Vancouver at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m.
7 p.m. — Tennessee at Kentucky, SEC Network Cincinnati 27, Miami 17 Sacramento State at Southern Utah, 7 p.m. Toronto at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
under-par round (71) and is two shots back in a tie for third. Freshman Pittsburgh 41, Atlanta 17 Hawaii at BYU, 9:15 p.m.
Sarut Vongchaisit birdied the final three holes to post a 71 (-1) and move
8 p.m. — Georgia at LSU, ESPNU N.Y. Jets 34, Denver 16 Boise State at Nevada, 9:30 p.m. Winnipeg at Nashville, 7 p.m.
Carolina 33, N.Y. Giants 31 Colorado at Southern California, 9:30 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
to 4-under for the tournament. Detroit 31, Green Bay 23 Wyoming at Fresno State, 9:30 p.m. Calgary at St. Louis, 7 p.m.
The Dispatch • Tuesday, October 9, 2018 3B


Time set for football team’s game against Tennessee
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Alabama football team’s game against
Holt becomes first to hit for cycle in postseason in rout
Tennessee will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at Neyland Stadium in By MIKE FITZPATRICK Andrew Benintendi lined win Red Sox can put away
Knoxville, Tennessee. CBS will televise the game. The Associated Press
Red Sox 16, a three-run double and Holt the wild-card Yankees for
Alabama has won the last five meetings in Knoxville. It won last
year’s game between the teams, 45-7, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Yankees 1 tripled home two more in a good and advance to the
n In related news, Ross Pierschbacher was named Southeastern NEW YORK — Brock seven-run fourth inning that AL Championship Series
Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week. Holt had one thing in mind: York Yankees 16-1 on Mon- quickly turned the latest against Houston. Rick Por-
Pierschbacher graded out at a team-high 93 percent in a 65-31 He was swinging for the day to seize a 2-1 lead in
victory against Arkansas on Saturday. The redshirt senior accounted playoff matchup between cello is scheduled to pitch
for four knockdown blocks to help fuel a 246-yard rushing effort that
fences. their best-of-five American these longtime rivals into against New York lefty CC
featured five touchdowns. After all, the game was League Division Series. a laugher. Handed a big Sabathia.
Pierschbacher didn’t allow a quarterback pressure or commit a decided long ago. And ev- “This one I’ll remember early lead, Nathan Eovaldi Boston battered an inef-
penalty in 56 snaps. erything else went Boston’s for a long time,” said Holt,
n In other football news, Alabama coaches named Damien Harris, shut down his former team fective Luis Severino and si-
Jerry Jeudy and Tua Tagovailoa on offense, Deionte Thompson and way all night, so why not unaware of his achievement during New York’s most lop- lenced a charged-up Yankee
Quinnen Williams on defense, and Jaylen Moody on special teams as this? until told by a television re- sided defeat in 396 postsea- Stadium crowd that emptied
the team’s players of the week for the game against Arkansas. The part-time utilityman porter right after the final son games. out fast on a night when Red
n Baseball team will kick off fourth week of fall practice: At put the finishing touch on a Sox rookie manager Alex
out. “Obviously, you don’t go “An embarrassing day,”
Tusacloosa, Alabama, the baseball team will begin the fourth week of
fall practice Tuesday with a practice and a scrimmage. Red Sox blowout, becoming into the game expecting to shortstop Didi Gregorius Cora made all the right
Alabama will hold four workouts this week, all of which will feature the first player to hit for the make history or do anything said. moves.
practice-scrimmage splits. cycle in a postseason game like that, let alone score 16 Game 4 is Tuesday night By the ninth, backup
The Crimson Tide’s Tuesday and Thursday practices will start at
2:15 p.m. and will be followed an hour later by the start of the intrasquad.
as Boston routed the New runs.” in the Bronx, where the 108- See RED SOX, 5B
Friday also will begin at 2:15 p.m. The day’s scrimmage will begin at 4
p.m. The week will wrap up Saturday with practice at 10 a.m. followed
by an 11:30 a.m. scrimmage.
In addition to Saturday’s scrimmage, fans can get a free Alabama
baseball poster and meet the 2019 roster on the Quad prior to kickoff
Machado, Los Angeles beat Atlanta to advance to NLCS
of the Crimson Tide football team’s Homecoming matchup against By PAUL NEWBERRY
Dodgers 6, Braves 2 Dodgers had in mind when they bol-
Missouri. The baseball team will sign autographs from 3-4 p.m. Fans of The Associated Press stered their already power-packed line-
all ages are welcome at the event.
up by acquiring the slugging shortstop
All scrimmages are subject to change. The length will be deter- ATLANTA — The Los Angeles Division Series. “We have eight more — and free agent-to-be — from lowly
mined on a game-to-game basis. Spaced out between scrimmages are
Dodgers went through all the expected wins to go.”
the team’s regularly scheduled practice sessions. Baltimore back in July.
n White earns Team USA’s first swimming medal at Youth motions after winning a playoff series. Manny Machado hit a three-run ho-
Machado had only three hits in
Olympic Games: At Buenos Aires, Rhyan White earned Team USA’s They broke out T-shirts and caps. mer and David Freese came through
the series, but two of them were hom-
first swimming medal of the Youth Olympic Games on Monday night. They posed for pictures in the middle again in the postseason to lead the
The Crimson Tide freshman from Herriman, Utah, earned a bronze Dodgers into the NL Championship ers to go along with six RBIs. He got
of SunTrust Park. They doused each
medal in the 100-meter backstroke in the second day of the games.
other with beer in the clubhouse. Series for the third year in a row. Los the Dodgers going in Game 4 with a
White shattered the Alabama 100-meter backstroke record with run-scoring double in the first , and
a time of 1 minute, .6 seconds. White also will swim the 50 and 200 Then, just like that, their focus Angeles moved on to face the Brewers
backstrokes at the games, which feature athletes between the ages of turned to bigger goals ahead. after taking out the Baby Braves 3-1 in effectively wrapped up the series with
15 to 18. For a power-packed team that hasn’t the best-of-five series. his seventh-inning shot off rookie
Freshman Kalia Antoniou is competing for her native Cyprus.
won a World Series since 1988, nothing Game 1 is Friday night in Milwau- Chad Sobotka that cleared the Dodg-
After taking 12th in the preliminaries, she moved up two spots in the ers’ bullpen in left.
semifinals of the 100 freestyle to finish 10th (56.63). She is the second less will do. kee, the Dodgers’ fourth champion-
alternate entering the finals. “We all know that there’s a lot more ship series in six seasons. “There are so many expectations put
Antoniou also has two more events left in Argentina. She is slated work to be done,” Dodgers manager “We prepared ourselves to get on him,” Roberts said. “We have a lot
to compete in the 50 freestyle and will join White in the 50 backstroke. Dave Roberts said after his team fin- here,” Machado said, “and we’re not of good players, but I can’t say enough
n Zhou qualifies for main draw of $25k USTA Futures: At about his focus and preparedness.”
Houston, After winning all three of his matches in the qualifying round,
ished off the Atlanta Braves with a 6-2 going to stop till we get what we want.”
junior Zhe Zhou will play in the main draw of the USTA $25k Futures victory Monday in the National League Of course, this is just what the See DODGERS, 5B

Reigning champ Houston sweeps Cleveland to reach ALCS

No. 16 seed Zhou defeated Michael Shabaz (No. 1001 in ATP
Rankings), 6-4, 6-3, in the qualifier final Monday morning to earn a spot
in the main draw of the tournament.
Also Monday, junior Alexey Nesterov lost to No. 1 seed Andrew
Watson 4-6, 6-3, 6-1. By TOM WITHERS This team has a propensity the day,” Houston manager
Main draw competition will begin Tuesday. A live stream link along The Associated Press
Astros 11, Indians 3 to do big things in big spots. A.J. Hinch said. “So proud
with a live scoring link will be available on
n Rowing team adds 37 walk-ons: At Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the This is an atmosphere that of our guys, the work they
rowing team has selected 37 walk-ons to join the squad, as announced CLEVELAND — As his to the American League breeds winning. put into the winter. It was a
by assistant coach Madison Keaty, who coordinates Alabama’s novice teammates sprayed each oth- Championship Series for “We have the most com- short winter for us. As you
program. The 37 student-athletes cover 20 states, ranging from Califor- er with champagne and beer the second straight year — plete team in baseball.” can see, our guys are pretty
nia to Massachusetts, including three in-state athletes from Alabama. in Houston’s buzzing club- with surprising ease — by
This brings the roster to a total of 98 student-athletes under first-year Marwin Gonzalez hit a hungry to advance.”
head coach Glenn Putyrae. house, ace Justin Verlander completing a division-round two-run double off Bauer in The Astros moved to the
The 37 walk-on student-athletes include Nicole Arnold, Caroline stayed clear of the fray and sweep of Cleveland on Mon- a three-run seventh inning ALCS on-deck circle, where
Austin, Sylvia Battersby, Parriss Bettis, Cynthia Braithwaite, Karin foam while enjoying a cigar. day with an 11-3 lashing in , and the Astros scored 10 they await the Boston-New
Britt, Bella Coan, Bella Cotterell, Ellen Davis, Autumn Gardner, Ashley
This wasn’t the time to Game 3 helped by two key runs in their final three at- York winner for a shot to
Gimbel, Abigail Gunter, Isabella Henderson, Anna Beth Ivey, Heather
Jones, Allison Krajewski, Kathryn Kurtz, Rebecca Lockwood, Ella Mag- get soaked. Bigger parties throwing errors from Indi- bats to turn a series that was play for another champion-
gio, Meara Matter, Lauren McCoy, Jodie Meeks, Lauren Montgomery, lie ahead. ans reliever Trevor Bauer. supposed to be competitive ship.
Emily Myatt, Shannon O’Malley, Katie Oneacre, Gianna Rucki, Haleigh The Astros are back in an “No one takes anything into a complete rout. George Springer homered
Sanders, Paige Siclovan, Stephanie Slaven, Taryn Toledo, Ashley
Vandersand, Hannah Wells, Sierra Westbrook, Madison Wollenzier,
October orbit. for granted here,” Verland- “We’re the reigning world twice, Carlos Correa hit three-
Amanda Wright, and Abigail Zembas. The defending World Se- er said. “That’s the DNA of champs, and we really have run homer for his first hit of
— From Special Reports ries champions advanced the guys in this clubhouse. a good ability to show up for See ASTROS, 5B
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stems from the fact that the team. chances if there is a re- opponents.
there are eight juniors and “No matter where the match because the Lady While a region title
two seniors (Lizzie True- ball is she is there,” Brooks Confederates played a would be wonderful, coach
lock and Peyton Enger) said of Suggs. ‘She is al- tough match the first time. Brooks and all of her play-
who have played together ways trying to be a good ex- She hopes the final regu- ers have their sights set
for several years. She said ample for the younger kids, lar-season match and the
it also helps that several even the older players.” next week of practice will
players have gained addi- Suggs said this year’s help round everything into “We worked our tails off
tional experience playing team realizes it has talent shape. this summer,” Suggs said.
club volleyball. and that it is possible for Suggs and Tori Brooks “We always have, but this
Suggs and Tori Brooks it to reach its goal, which aren’t surprised the Lady season it just seems like
are two of the Lady Con- is a Class II State title. A Confederates have had there is something differ-
federates who play club victory today likely would such a successful season. ent about it. It seems like
volleyball. Suggs said finalize the first step of that She said the dividends they everyone instead of doing
Brooks is one of the team’s journey for Oct. 18, when have earned to this point it halfway we’ll see half the
key offensive players. She Caledonia would play host stem from a “determined” results, everyone is putting
said Brooks is a “smart” to the runner-up in Region approach in the preseason
in 100 percent and pushing
player who knows how to 2. Coach Brooks said that that encouraged all of the
generate kills whether it is likely would be Lewisburg, players to push through each time to be better and
by a hard swing or by a tip. a team Caledonia lost to and to continue to work to make it more focused.”
Brooks said Suggs is a “re- earlier this season and has hard. The players said Follow Dispatch sports
ally good leader” and the never defeated. Still, she that mentality has enabled editor Adam Minichino on
most aggressive player on said she likes her team’s them to have fun to outlast Twitter @ctsportseditor

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Brandon are doing a great job. They and eight touchdowns). As a result, bam, bam, and your reads are going
watch the good and the bad on film Edmondson had to shoulder a bigger to be like that. Sometimes it is slow.
every week.” load carrying the ball. He also was You just have to adjust. We do a good
Edmondson, a 5-foot-18, 150-pound 2-for-3 for 35 yards and a touchdown job at practice and on film knowing
junior, had 18 carries for 71 yards and in an effort that pushed the Confeder- what to expect.
three touchdowns last week. Caledo- ates closer to the playoffs. Edmondson said he understands
nia (3-4, 1-1 region) will look to build Kelly credits that film study for he might have to do something differ-
on the victory at 7 p.m. Friday when helping Edmondson understand what ent this week if Caledonia is going to
it plays host to Pontotoc (7-1, 2-0) in is going on and what to look for so he move the ball against one of the pre-
its Homecoming game. Pontotoc and can make split-second decisions. Kel- season favorites in Class 4A. That is
Shannon are the remaining undefeat- ly said the coaches, too, have had to just another sign of growth for quar-
ed teams in Region 2. Caledonia and learn patience with Edmondson and terback who is learning how to be a
Itawamba Agricultural High are 1-1, the rest of the players on offense. He leader.
while Mooreville and Amory are 0-2. admitted coaches typically don’t have “I feel like we could have done bet-
The top four teams in the region qual- time to be patient, but he credited Ed-
ter earlier in the year,” Edmondson
ify for the playoffs. mondson for being patient with the
said. “Coming off that late start kind
Caledonia’s growth from a win- coaches and has remained coachable
of killed us. I think if we had to learn it
less season in 2017 to a postseason so he can learn how to get his team-
in the spring we could have balanced ACROSS
contender this season starts with Ed- mates the ball in the best positions to
mondson, who has worked in three make plays. it out a little more. I think we are do- 1 Sports summary
offenses in his time with the varsity Edmondson said working in differ- ing all right for the first year. 6 Dark fur
football program. Two years ago, he ent offenses didn’t prevent him from “I look forward to being one of 11 Parts of hearts
worked behind Spencer Unruh in a learning how to be patient in Kelly’s those guys that are looked up to. My 12 Patriot Ethan
mom (Jenny) is always telling me ev- 13 “Cheers” co-star
spread attack. Last season, he direct- system. Instead, Edmondson said the
erybody is watching you, so character 15 Spigot
ed a Wing-T attack. This season, Kel- late arrival — June 18 — of Kelly and 16 Commercials
ly’s “flex-bone offense” provides three his staff pushed him to want to soak is the main thing. You have to act like
everyone is watching you and carry 17 Spying org.
options on nearly every play and gives up everything he could learn about 18 Banderas of
the quarterback the responsibility to the offense. that around with you. You have to be
take what the defense gives him. “As we were learning it, I wasn’t pa- the example, and that is the thing I 20 Gunpowder
Kelly said Mooreville opted to try tient about wanting to learn it. I want- have worked on.” holder
to take away Edmondson’s pitches to ed to get to the point and know what Follow Dispatch sports editor 21 Rink material
senior running back JeDarius Gore I needed to do,” Edmondson said. Adam Minichino on Twitter @ 22 Heredity unit
(team’s leading rusher with 528 yards “Sometimes the play is going to bam, ctsportseditor 23 Preacher’s book

26 Cavalry posts
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28 Aussie hopper wearer 23 Oscar-winning
Continued from Page 1B 29 Cartoonist Chast 2 Hawke of Holly- Michael Keaton
30 Smith or Jones
into that. Her whole community and games in MSU’s overseas trip. of the Year and a Women’s Basket- wood movie
34 Double-helix 3 Moved stealthily 24 It began about
her high school really support her.” She averaged 3.3 points and 4.0 re- ball Coaches Association (WBCA) stuff
White, a five-star prospect and bounds in 7.3 minutes per game. All-American last season. 4 Suffer 1000 B.C.
35 Diner dessert 5 Jack of “City 25 Quite unusual
the No. 45 player in the Class of White was expected to provide White was part of a recruiting 36 Light brown Slickers” 26 Groves
2018 according to espnW, averaged depth in the post behind senior cen- class that featured Jessika Carter 37 “Three Amigos” 6 Assurance 28 Destroy
25.8 points, 14.7 rebounds, and 5.7 ter Teaira McCowan, a first-team and Xaria Wiggins. co-star 7 Everyone 30 Secret agents
blocked shots per game last season. All-SEC performer who also was Follow Dispatch sports editor Adam 40 Concur 8 Tight end, at times 31 Be penitent
41 Hint of color
White appeared in all three named Naismith Defensive Player Minichino on Twitter @ctsportseditor 9 Not strict 32 Homer’s wife
42 Calls for

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helped initially bring the pervisor in the state of Mis- national recognition. trating on baseball during
Lions to the forefront of sissippi. The former bas- Taylor helped bring his sophomore year. He
the NJCAA football ranks a ketball standout at DeKalb Southeast Lauderdale rec- earned a baseball scholar-
decade ago. The two-sport High and EMCC has spent ognition during his three- ship to Livingston Universi-
standout (football and bas- four decades representing plus decades of service
ketball) at Concord (N.C.) the citizens of District 4 in as an educator and as an ty (now West Alabama) and
High transferred to EMCC addition to having taught administrator at his alma played in the 1976 NCAA
following a season at West and coached at Carthage, mater. Following a success- Division II College World
Hills College in Califor- Kemper Academy, Nox- ful two-year playing stint Series.
nia. He collected NJCAA ubee County, Neshoba as a quarterback at EMCC Wood III spent more
All-Region 23 honors as a Central, Kemper County, during the early 1970s, Tay- than 30 years as a teacher,
member of the Lions’ 2009 Philadelphia and Choctaw lor stayed close to home to coach, and administrator
Mississippi Association Central. further his college educa-
of Community and Junior Neely McCarty guided tion at Livingston Universi- in the state of Mississip-
Colleges (MACJC) State EMCC’s fast-pitch softball ty (now West Alabama). pi’s public school system.
championship team after program for seven seasons. Vick, a native of Kemper He joins his brother, Mar-
averaging 17.3 yards on 52 Along with directing the County, has spent nearly cus, as EMCC Sports Hall
receptions with 16 touch- team to postseason play in 40 years working in the ed- of Fame inductee. The
down catches. each of her four seasons as ucation field as a teacher, Starkville High School
Luke, a native of Kemper head coach, including the coach, and administrator. product pitched for EMCC
County, represents District program’s first fast-pitch A multi-sport performer
4 since being elected to the division championship in at Kemper Academy, Vick Lions in the early 1980s
Kemper County Board of 2011, Neely McCarty’s played both football and before earning his under-
EMCC teams also earned graduate degree from Mis- WHATZIT ANSWER
Supervisors in 1977. He is baseball as a freshman
as the longest-reigning su- top 10 All-Academic Team at EMCC before concen- sissippi State. Log cabin
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catcher Austin Romine His teammates, too. Coming off a tense vic- early in my career. I just the postseason and Hous- Series championship
was on the mound for “He wasn’t shy about tory in Game 3, the Baby try and stick with it.” ton’s bullpen combined drought will reach a 71st
New York and he gave up it,” Benintendi said. “Ev- Braves grabbed the lead Ryan Madson earned for four scoreless innings, anniversary.
a two-run homer to Holt erybody was rooting for on pinch-hitter Kurt Suzu- the win by getting the fi- including six straight outs The Indians hit just
that completed his cycle. him.” ki’s two-run single in the nal two outs in the fifth by winner Collin McHugh .144 in the series, were
“You get a little antsy Boosted by noisy fans fourth. to escape a bases-loaded , as the AL West champi- outscored 21-6 and have
when a position player is in their homer-friendly But Freese, the 2011 jam. The Braves’ final ons served notice that a lost six straight playoff
on the mound. I told ev- ballpark, the Yankees World Series MVP with gasp came in the eighth, second Series title is on games. They were swept
eryone, ‘Get me up. I need entered 7-0 at home the St. Louis, countered with when Lucas Duda’s drive their itinerary. for the first time since the
a home run for a cycle,’ ” past two postseasons — a pinch-hit single of his into the second deck in After the Astros fin- 1954 World Series.
Holt said. “I scooted up against out-of-division own in the sixth off Brad right drifted foul with two ished this demolition of “We got to go home
in the box a little bit, and opponents. But the Red Brach , driving home on against Kenta Maeda. the Indians, they briefly now, before we’re ready
I was going to be swing- Sox, frequent visitors Cody Bellinger and Yasiel Duda flied out to end the celebrated on the infield to,” manager Terry Fran-
ing at anything and try to who clinched the AL East Puig for a 3-2 lead. inning, and Atlanta went at Progressive Field be- cona said. “That hurts. It
hook anything. Obviously, crown at Yankee Stadium “You just gotta be down quietly in the ninth. fore donning ski goggles always stings. I just told
you don’t expect to hit a just two-and-a-half weeks ready,” Freese said. The Braves’ return to in their clubhouse. the guys, we’ve got a num-
home run, but I was try- ago, were hardly intimi- “Whether you’re in high the postseason for the For the Indians, an- ber of guys that are free
ing to. I was trying to hit dated. school, college, whatever, first time since 2013 yield- other postseason ended agents. You know there’s
a home run. That’s proba- “I think from pitch one just be ready. You don’t ed a familiar result. earlier than planned. going to be some turn-
bly the first time I’ve ever we let them know that we have to be the best play- Atlanta has lost nine- Cleveland was beaten in over, and it’s a real special
tried to do that. I rounded were here,” Cora said. er in the world, you don’t straight playoff appearanc- the first round for the sec- group to all of us.
the bases, and seeing ev- Mookie Betts, in fact, have to make the most es, their last victory coming ond year in a row — New “So that’s a hard one,
eryone going nuts in the hit a 405-foot flyout to the money, but you’re going 17 long years ago against a York came back from a when you’re saying good-
dugout was a pretty cool center-field warning track to have a shot to do some- team that is no longer in the 2-0 deficit in 2017 — and bye before you’re ready
moment for me.” to begin the game. thing cool. I learned that National League. baseball’s longest World to.”

Comics & Puzzles

Dear Abby
DEAR ABBY: marriages. If and feelings of guilt persist,
I have been you’re sincere discuss them with a grief coun-
married for 30 about finding selor or a religious adviser.
years. Although the answers to You alluded to having
my husband and I your questions, “gone along with the doctors.”
are both positive they await you in If by that you mean you agreed
people, we have the office of a li- that your sister should receive
not had a happy censed therapist. palliative care at the end, you
marriage. DEAR ABBY: did her a favor, not a disser-
He leads the My older sister vice.
life of a bachelor, recently passed DEAR ABBY: I dated this
including sex away after a woman for almost a year. It
ZITS with other women 22-year battle ended when she gave me an
and unilateral with lupus. She ultimatum: convert to her reli-
decision-making. beat the odds gion or walk. She is Pentecos-
He’s outgoing, for so long, and tal, and I am Catholic. We are
generous and even gave us the both deeply rooted to our own
well-liked. I’m a
Dear Abby miracle that is churches.
homebody who her son. A few months have gone
often feels lonely and rejected. Logically, I understand that by. She still has deep feelings
Outsiders would be sur- medically there was nothing for me, but I don’t know if I
prised at the true nature of our left the doctors could do, but feel the same way because of
relationship. We have been to emotionally I feel like I killed her ultimatum. One of us must
counseling, but it didn’t help. her because I went along with convert or we won’t be able to
Why do I stay in this marriage? the doctors. Is it normal to feel move forward. But there are
What’s wrong with me? Are this guilt? big differences between the
there others like me? — IN- I have nightmares every two religions. What should I
DEAR INCREDULOUS: You her last words. I see how SOUTH
wouldn’t have stayed married she was both on and off life DEAR CONVERTING: Be-
to your husband if you didn’t support. When I make myself cause you are deeply rooted in
derive some benefit from it. eat, I overeat. But honestly, I your Catholicism and no longer
Because counseling didn’t could easily go back to never sure you feel the same way
change the dynamic between eating like I did before. Is all about her, let her go so she
you and your husband doesn’t of this normal for the grief can find a good Pentecostal
mean you shouldn’t have process? — FEELING GUILTY husband. Religion is some-
some independently. IN OREGON thing a person must believe in,
Your problem may be lack DEAR FEELING GUILTY: not switch to please someone
of self-esteem or fear of being Yes, what you’re experienc- else. There are plenty of fish
alone, a problem shared by ing is normal – to a degree. in the sea for both of you, so
many women in dysfunctional However, if the nightmares keep fishing.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Oct. Everyone is different, but some ual is the one to be respected
9). You’ll assemble star teams of the differences seem just and feared.
this year, whether it’s fantasy too vast to be worth the time LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
sports picks, work groups, it will take to create a cohe- The best thing you can do for
domestic helpers, friendship sive bond. And yet, somehow, your soul today is to keep your
squads... you’re like an Acad- you’ll do it. You’ll do it in the requirements to a minimum. Let
emy Award-winning casting di- name of peace, in the name of things be what they are. Trying
rector when it comes to picking tolerance. to control life will only restrict its
the right people. You’ll hit pay GEMINI (May 21-June 21). abundant generosity and dim its
dirt in the first quarter of 2019, To count on uncontrollable vibrant affection for you.
and next comes the relationship circumstances is unwise and VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
equivalent. Aquarius and Leo sets up a precarious dynamic Though there are obviously
adore you. Your lucky numbers where not getting what you many healthy and beneficial
BABY BLUES are: 40, 7, 22, 1 and 3. want leads to unhappiness. If aspects to society, this is no
ARIES (March 21-April 19). you must attach your well-being time to follow blindly. Resist
The success formula is pretty to something, at least make it the group mind. What the world
straightforward today: Think something inside you. needs most from you is your
positive, stay strong and take CANCER (June 22-July 22). unique point of view.
action. This will require that To the naive eye, acting out may LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
you focus well, steering clear seem to be a display of power For thousands of years, the
of certain trains of thought. Put when in actuality it’s often a natural habitat of man has been
your mental blinders on. display of powerlessness. The nature. It’s proven that people
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). cool, calm and collected individ- who live without greenery men-
tally fatigue faster than those
who regularly see plants. Today,
a natural environment puts you
at your best.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
BEETLE BAILEY 21). If you make a mistake
today, it’s an excellent omen – a
sign that you’re really going for
it. You deserve a little credit
for that, right? Maybe even a
non-ironic pat on the back.
21). You’ll find yourself once
again in a position where what
you want will be different from
what others want. However,
you’re also mighty persuasive
in your own quiet way, so this
shouldn’t stop you for long.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
MALLARD FILLMORE 19). While it’s great to be kind
to yourself every once in a
while, how much greater would
it be if you made a habit of it?
This has less to do with spend-
ing money as it does an overall
attitude of self-acceptance.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). Frustration will only
diffuse your power. It may be
unavoidable, and if you lose
your patience, definitely forgive
yourself. Then consider where
your expectation may have been
incorrect and adjust accordingly.
20). Your independent spirit
will be highlighted and you’ll be
most attracted to endeavors
you can do without outside
reassurance, encouragement,
opinions, advice, money or
support of any kind.

Whistle in the dark

6B Tuesday, October 9, 2018
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TAKE NOTICE that Pitts
Oil Mississippi LLC ("Pe-
titioner") has filed a Pe-
Letters Testamentary
have been granted and
All ads appear in The Commercial Dispatch,
tition with the Missis-
sippi State Oil and Gas
issued to the under-
signed upon the Estate
The Starkville Dispatch and!
Board under the above of Robert L. Turnage,
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requesting also
Legal known as Robert
Notices 0010 Lawn Care / Landscaping General Help Wanted 3200 Furniture 4480 Houses For Sale: Caledonia
tension of the inactive Lake Turnage, de- 1470 8450
IN THE CHANCERY well classification un- ceased, by the Chan- Electricians & Helpers HUGE THOMASVILLE
COURT OF LOWNDES der Statewide Rule 28 cery Court of Lowndes JESSE & BEVERLY'S needed in Golden Tri- China Cabinet. Gor- 3BR/2BA 158 Bethle-
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ESTATE OF the Corinne Filed, give notice to all per- ting. 356-6525. retirement benefits.
BOBBIE JUNKIN PRICE, Lowndes County, Mis- sons having claims Apply on line at General Merchandise 4600 3BR/2BA brick home on
DECEASED sissippi and for other re- against said estate to 1.6 acres, apx 1500sqft
lief as set forth in the Probate and Register TERRA CARE or call 601-626-0200. HOTSPRING JETSETTER with 1BR/1BA rental
CAUSE NO.: 18-0164-
Petition. The Petition in
this matter is on file in
same with the Chan-
cery Clerk of Lowndes
Landscaping L.L.C.
Phone: 662-549-1878 THE COMMERCIAL Dis-
Hot Tub. Orig price
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$250/mo. Fenced back-
the records in the of- County, Mississippi, Landscaping, Property patch is seeking a heater & system work yard & newly updated.
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TION State Oil and Gas Board from the first publica- Bush Hogging, dividual to work in its not using due to health. 662-574-0082.
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THE STATE OF MISSIS- amined. to Creditors. A failure to must be comfortable Lots & Acreage 8600
SIPPI so Probate and Re- working around heavy MILLERMATIC 180 wire
The Petition will be gister said claim will Painting & Papering 1620 machinery, adhering to welder. New in box. Alu- FALL SPECIAL
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CLIFF'S PAINTING. Cliff must have an eye for Good/bad credit.
HEIRS AT LAW OF BOB- 10:00 a.m. on the 21st Baswell. Free estim- bottle. $1200 firm. Text
BIE JUNKIN PRICE, DE- day of November, 2018, This the 21st day of detail & quality. Flexible only. 662-386-2915. 10% down, as low as
at 500 Greymont Aven- September 2018. ates. Interior/Exterior hours are a must. Email $299/mo. Eaton Land.
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ue, Suite E, Jackson,
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or drop resumes off at
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662-386-0006. 516 Main St,
Columbus, MS 39701.
Whirlpool, still in boxes.
662-251-8499. classified section tial lots for sale. One lot
in Cork Village border-
EQUITABLE OR LEGAL & 10/9/2018 No phone calls please. ing #9 fairway. Ready to
SULLIVAN'S PAINT Sporting Goods 4720 build on. $27000 OBO.
TATE OF BOBBIE the Docket or request a ED SANDERS Gunsmith Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Houses For Rent: Other 7180 One large lot overlook-
Building & Remodeling 1120 Certified in lead for a specialty con- ing #17 green. Ready to
JUNKIN PRICE continuance you must removal. Offering spe- struction company in Open for season! 9-5,
notify the Board and the Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. 1 & 2 BR Apts for Rent.
2BR/1BA, office, new build on. $28.000 OBO.
CJ'S ROOFING & HOME cial prices on interior & Columbus. Responsib- Military & 6th Ave N. 662-889-3103.
You have been made a Petitioner's representat- Over 50 years experi- appliances, washer &
REMODELING. Roofing exterior painting, pres- ilities include working CH&A and Owner pays
defendant in the Peti- ive of your intention in ence! Repairs, cleaning, dryer, 2 car garage,
(Shingles or Metal) & sure washing & sheet with General Contract- water. $350 per month, Wanted To Buy 8850
tion to Determine Heirs- writing not later than refinishing, scopes storage, deck, no pets.
Roof Repairs, Concrete rock repairs. ors & Subcontractors, deposit required.
at-Law seeking to de- 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, Free Estimates mounted & zeroed, App., ref., & lease reqd.
Pressure Washing, Car- performing take offs, 662-352-4776. FORD 3910, 3930,
termine the heirs-at-law November 13, 2018, Call 435-6528 handmade knives. Close to Columbus,
pentry & Handyman preparation of bids, 4630 or 5030 diesel.
of Bobbie Junkin Price, which is seven (7) days Located: Hwy 45 Alt, Starkville, & West Point.
Work. Veteran & Senior job management of Must be rock solid &
Deceased. Other than prior to the date stated North of West Point, Water, garbage, & lawn
Discounts! 662-397- field employees, still looking good. 662-
you, the only other inter- above for the hearing. 0800, FREE ESTIMATE. Stump Removal 1790 scheduling, procuring turn right on Yokahama DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, maintenance included.
ested parties in this ac- Failure to so notify the CH&A, 1 story, W/D, $600/mo. $500 dep. 328-5248. Lv msg &
materials & timeline Blvd, 8mi & turn left on phone # if I am out.
tion are: Jan Price Gif- Board and the Petition- management of Darracott Rd, will see historic district, 1 block 662-242-2923.
ford, Mike Price, Mitch er's representative shall SUGGS CONSTRUCTION from downtown, $575/
projects. Require- sign, 2.5mi ahead shop
Price, and Mark Price. be a waiver of your right Building, remodeling,
on left. 662-494-6218. mo. + $575 dep. NO STEENS: QUIET Living, Autos For Sale 9150
metal roofing, painting ments include com-
to contest or request a puter skills, strong PETS. 662-574-8789. custom home, big mas-
continuance. & all home repairs. Peaceful & Quiet area. 2002 VOLVO S80 T6, 4
You are summoned to communication, fol- Free Pets 5100 ter BR, 1 reg. BR, 1 big
662-242-3471 door sedan. Good AC,
appear and represent low-through, & people BA, walk in closet, Michelin radials.
your interests against You are advised the skills. Must be ex- FREE TO good home! CH&A, 20x20 covered
Tom Hatcher, LLC FIRST FULL MONTH $3950. 662-889-8914.
said Petition before the Board may adopt an or- ALLSTUMP GRINDING tremely reliable, Small Corgi mix. Sup- patio, 2 car garage,
Honorable Kenneth M. der concerning a Peti- Custom Construction, SERVICE timely, organized, & plies incl (house, food, RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- 20x30 bonus room, Ap- 2012 GREY Honda
Burns, Chancellor of the tion which may differ Restoration, Remodel- GET 'ER DONE! detail oriented with leash). Sweet & good room Apts/Townhomes. pls Furnished. $750/ Accord. Leather heated
14th Chancery District from the relief reques- ing, Repair, Insurance We can grind all your positive attitude & with kids. Barks occa- Stove & refrigerator. mo + $600 damage seats, super clean,
at 9 o'clock a.m. on the ted by the Petitioner claims. 662-364-1769. stumps. Hard to reach character. Back- sionally. 662-364-6625. $335-$600 Monthly. dep. New Hope School exc. cond. 130,000
14th day of November, and the Board will enter Licensed & Bonded places, blown over ground in construc- Credit check & deposit. District. 662-574-9472. miles. $11,500 OBO.
2018 at the Oktibbeha such order or orders as roots, hillsides, back- tion supervision pre- JACK RUSSELL Fiest Coleman Realty, Call 662-352-9318.
County Courthouse in in its judgment may be Childcare 1180 yards, pastures. Free ferred but not re- mixed/blue heeler. 662-329-2323.
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ure to appear, your in- presented. Look No Further!! Qual- 662-361-8379
terest in this matter will
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ity Childcare Services
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MENT OPERATORS 2 BEDROOMS Large deck overlooking era, cloth seats, 25.8
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LEASE, lent condition.
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on this the 21st day of PETITIONER'S COUN- MUSIC THEORY LES- "We'll go out on a limb EXCAVATORS. Fax re- Central heat and air, Call 662-425-0250 for Asking $13,495.
September, 2018. SEL: SONS
$25 per hour
for you!" sume to 662-492-4490 new appliances, floor- DEPOSIT more info. 662-574-7481.
or email to jm.sitemast ing, etc. Available soon.
LISA YOUNGER NEESE, William F. Blair Chords, Scales, Modes Taking applications AND Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 Campers & RVs 9300
LOWNDES COUNTY BLAIR & BONDURANT, & more! Call Jimbo @ J&A TREE REMOVAL now. $450/Mth.
CHANCERY CLERK P.A. 662-364-1687 Work from a bucket Noweta's Green Thumb NO HUD. Call Long & CREDIT CHECK 125 BECK Dr. TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
P. O. Box 684 Post Office Box 321423 If no answer leave truck. Insured/bonded. is accepting applica- Long, 662-328-0770.
Jackson, MS 39232 tions for 2 positions: Located off Old 82 E. located on Wilkins Wise
Columbus, MS 39703
(SEAL) (662) 329-5800 (601) 992-4477 - Tele-
voicemail or text. Call Jimmy for a free es-
timate 662-386-6286. delivery personnel &
662-329-2323 1.5BR/1BA. $450/mo.
$450 dep. No pets. No
Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
Hookups available.
phone general help. Driver
NEED A Privacy Fence? must know the area & 1 & 2 BR near hospital. HUD. 662-574-7614. $300/mo. 662-328-
BY: Shantrell W. (601) 992-9189 - Tele- Call me! Build or assist! $550-600/mo. Military
copier have good driving his- 2411 HWY 45 N 8655 or 662-574-7879.
Granderson, D.C. 662-549-7167 VICKERS TREE discount offered, pet SERVICE, LLC tory. Apply in person @ NICE 3BR/2BA MH in
PUBLISH: 9/25, 10/2,
Call or Text.
Tree trimming and re- 1325 Main St. area, pet friendly, and COLUMBUS, MS North Columbus. Close
furnished corporate
10/9/2018 PUBLISH: 10/9/2018
way, foundation, con-
moval. Fully insured.
Free estimates.
M-F, 3-5 & SAT, 9-1.
No phone calls. apartments available.
ON SITE SECURITY. ON Commercial Property For
to schools & CAFB.
$455/mo + $455 dep. Let your
Call Curt 662-418-0889 PRICE PEST CONTROL 662-308-7781 or 601-
crete, masonry restora-
tion, remodeling, base-
or 662-549-2902 is looking to hire a New
“A cut above the rest” Technician ASAP. Must
Rent 7100 940-1397. fingers do the
ment foundation, re-
pairs, small dump truck
IN THE MATTER OF THE hauling (5-6 yd) load & Clerical & Office 3050
have good social skills
and be self motivated.
No exp. req. Benefits
Spaces starting @
RENT A fully equipped
camper w/utilities & walking.
OIL MISSISSIPPI LLC ESTATE OF Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. cable from $145/wk -
demolition/lot cleaning.
Burr Masonry LOCAL, FAST-paced, pro- available. Serious in-
fessional company is quiries. Call Brad Price
Sat/Sun by appt only. $285/mo. Downtown &
East Columbus loca-
$535/month. Colum-
bus & County School
Find your
662-242-0259. tions. 662-435-4188.
looking for a Bookkeep- @ 662-251-6463.
RULE 28 FOR A WELL CAUSE NO. 2018-0208-
ing Assistant to help in THE DISPATCH
1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart-
ments & townhouses.
locations. 662-242-
7653 or 601-940-1397. dream car in
LOCATED IN THE KMB handling day-to-day ac- Call for more info.
Licensed & Bonded-car- counting and finance
pentry, painting, & de- activities.
is looking for an
662-328-8254. OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
square feet. 294 Commercial Property 8050 the classifieds!
MISSISSIPPI EXECUTOR molition. Landscaping, 1BR UPSTAIRS Apt. Chubby Dr. Flexible leas-
gutters cleaned, bush The ideal candidate is a ing terms. Available FOR LEASE. Convenient
Responsibilities include motivated self-starter $450/mth rent & dep store. Black Creek
NOTICE TO CREDITORS hogging, clean-up work, Posting daily receipts
pressure washing, mov- and electronic funds with excellent commu- req. Convenient to town now. 662-328-8254.
& CAFB. No hud. No
Community on Military Five Questions:
nication and organiza- Rd. & Blackcreek Rd.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI ing help & furniture transfers, processing pets. 662-328-2340. Houses For Rent: Northside Ideal location. 1100
PUBLIC NOTICE repair. 662-242-3608 tional skills, a strong
credit card payments,
1 Prince
work ethic and the abil- 7110 sq. ft. shelving space,
COUNTY OF LOWNDES reconciling bank state- Apts For Rent: South 7040 200 sq. ft. grocery
ity to relate to a wide
TAKE NOTICE that Pitts Housekeeping 1380 ments and credit card range of people. Sales 1706 RIDGE Rd. Like store space & 155 sq.
Oil Mississippi LLC ("Pe- Letters Testamentary statements as well as DOWNTOWN 1BR - This new, 3BR/2BA. New ap- ft. cooler space.
titioner") has filed a Pe- have been granted and HUDSON CLEANING experience is preferred,
filing and processing large 1 bedroom apart- pl, 22 ac w/ pond,
2 Flesh
but not required. Full- 662-242-6439 or
tition with the Missis- issued to the under- SERVICE. Commercial outgoing mail. ment has been recently woods & wildlife. Close 662-570-3340.
sippi State Oil and Gas signed upon the Estate or Residential. Free time position includes
insurance benefits, renovated. It features to CAFB. $1100/mo or
Board under the above of Robert L. Turnage, Quotes! Cleaning level Required Skills include competitive pay, paid great natural light, hard- possible Rent to Own.
docket requesting an ex- also known as Robert options. Refs available. accounts payable and wood floors, tall ceil- WAREHOUSE SPACE for
3 Encyclope-
tension of the inactive Lake Turnage, de- 662-251-0351. personal leave and op- Military discount avail- rent @ 1120 Hwy 69 S.
receivable, general portunity for advance- ings and access to a able. 662-418-8077.
well classification un- ceased, by the Chan- ledger and balance shared laundry room. 5,000sqft, heated &
der Statewide Rule 28 cery Court of Lowndes ment. Come join our cooled. 662-386-2746.
General Help Wanted 3200 sheet working know- creative, award-winning $750 rent and $750 de-
for the Dallas Produc- County, Mississippi, on ledge; experience with posit. Utilities included.
staff. Hand deliver re- 2BR COTTAGE on Hwy
tion, Inc. No. 1 Well (API the 21st day of Septem- data entry, record keep- sume to Beth Proffitt at No pets please. Call Houses For Sale: Northside
No. 23-087-20012) in ber 2018. This is to ing and computer opera- 516 Main Street, Peter, 662-574-1561. 45 N. 3 miles South of
CAFB. No pets. No HUD. 8150
the Corinne Filed,
Lowndes County, Mis-
give notice to all per-
sons having claims
tions Columbus or email to
DOWNTOWN APTS: Call 662-549-0149. 4 Eggplant 2 OR 3BR, brick home,
sissippi and for other re- against said estate to Must be proficient with Very nice 1BR & 2BR window a/c, gas heat,
lief as set forth in the Probate and Register Microsoft Excel, have apartments available. fenced yard. Close to
5 Sandwich
Petition. The Petition in same with the Chan- Truck Driving 3700 ALL BRICK 3BR/2BA
good customer rela- Lease & deposit re- shopping! $575/mo +
this matter is on file in cery Clerk of Lowndes tions skills and ability to CLASS A CDL Driver quired. Call 662-364- house for rent. Big yard.
$350 dep. 1120 6th
the records in the of-
fice of the Mississippi
County, Mississippi,
within ninety (90) days
multi task. with Truck & Lowboy 1610. Carport. W/D hookup.
Nice neighborhood. Ave. N. 662-352-4776. Artist
Trailer experience to $780 per month. 70 W
State Oil and Gas Board from the first publica- Competitive salary, re- load, haul, & unload Apts For Rent: West 7050
and may there be ex- tion date of this Notice tirement and health- Thomas Dr. 3 min from
heavy construction

amined. to Creditors. A failure to care benefits available. equipment. Overnight CAFB. 504-813-1200.
so Probate and Re- travel required. Only

The Petition will be gister said claim will Please forward your re- qualified applicants with Houses For Rent: Caledonia
heard by said Board at forever bar the same. sume to Accounting Di- clean MVR, current
10:00 a.m. on the 21st vision, P.O. Box 7648, 7160
medical examiner’s cer-
day of November, 2018, This the 21st day of
at 500 Greymont Aven- September 2018.
Columbus, MS 39705 tificate and no acci- Apartments 3BR/2BA, 811 Main St.
ue, Suite E, Jackson,
General Help Wanted 3200
dents need apply. Fax
resume to 662-492- & Houses CH/A, appl incl. $850/
mo + $850 dep w/ 1
Mississippi 39202, at /s/ Jeffrey J. Turnage,
which time and place Executor
4490 or email to
1 Bedrooms year lease. No pets.
you may appear and CONSTRUCTION FORE-
MAN: 10 years heavy 2 Bedroooms 662-329-2917 or
contest said matter. PUBLISH: 9/25, 10/2,
& 10/9/2018 field experience, med.
Antiques 4060
3 Bedrooms
If you intend to contest to large earthwork,
Houses For Rent: Other 7180
the Docket or request a water, sewer, storm
drain and asphalt pav- ANTIQUE MAHOGANY Furnished &
continuance you must
notify the Board and the ing projects - local. Re- buffet & china cabinet. Unfurnished TWO PROPERTIES, COL:
Even if you
sponsible for site super- Excellent condition. 2BR/1BA, 7th St.S. @
Petitioner's representat-
ive of your intention in vision, manage cost, $500. 662-605-0187. 1, 2, & 3 Baths 15th Ave.S. $500/mo.
don’t get out much
capable of getting top Lease, Deposit $500 dep. Nice home,
writing not later than
production and perform- Farm Equipment & Supplies quiet area. WD hookup. these days, you can
5:00 p.m. Tuesday,
ance from site person- 4420 & Credit Check 2BR/1BA, 12th Ave.N.
November 13, 2018,
which is seven (7) days nel, and take a project
@ 15th St.N. $575/mo.
$575 dep. Nice home,
still “go shopping” in the
2016 JOHN Deere
prior to the date stated
above for the hearing.
from start up through
completion meeting 5100E Tractor, 210 quiet area. WD hookup. Classifieds. You can find
exactly what you’ve
Failure to so notify the deadlines. Fax resume hours. $46,500.
Board and the Petition- to 662-492-4490 or Also, 2016 15ft
Apts For Rent: Other 7080
er's representative shall
be a waiver of your right
email to jm.sitemasters Kubota Bush hog avail. 205-329-1790. been looking for.
to contest or request a COMPACT TRACTOR
continuance. CONTRACTOR SEEKING Massey Ferguson 1225. Find someone to mow the lawn
You are advised the
experienced carpenter 600 hours. 3 cylinder,
with lots of experience. diesel, Automatic,

Board may adopt an or-
der concerning a Peti-
Please call: power steering. Find someone to clean the house
tion which may differ
662-570-9464 for info. 662-327-5785.

from the relief reques-
ted by the Petitioner General Help Wanted 3200 Find that special recliner
and the Board will enter •
such order or orders as
in its judgment may be Buy a computer system
appropriate in accord- •
ance with the evidence
presented. Buy a used car

DATED this the 5th day
of October, 2018. Buy that rare coin
for your collection
. . . and lots more

The CommerCial
By: /s/ Jesse S. New
Jesse S. New
Executive Director


William F. Blair
P.A. 516 Main St.
Columbus, MS 39701
Post Office Box 321423
Jackson, MS 39232
(601) 992-4477 - Tele-

(601) 992-9189 - Tele-

PUBLISH: 10/9/2018