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“Will we be extremists for hate

or will we be extremists for love?”


— Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from the Birmingham Jail

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Monday | January 21, 2019

Flowers A CALLING
joins
chancery
clerk race
Two constable
candidates qualify
in Lowndes
Dispatch staff report

Two rematches
have been set for this
year’s elections in Ok-
tibbeha County.
District 4 Super-
visor Bricklee Miller
has officially quali- Miller
fied for re-election, Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff
Hal Bullock sits on the porch of his home in south Columbus — where he’s known for greeting or waving to people
running against her who walk by on the sidewalk — on Sunday afternoon. Bullock spent 30 years in the United States Air Force working
predecessor, Daniel as a communications officer, a career that included everything from helping program software at NASA to setting up
communications systems in Afghanistan in the early 2000s.
Jackson. Miller beat
Jackson by 55 votes,
including absentee Monday Profile
and affidavit ballots, Jackson

Columbus resident recalls


in 2015. Miller is a Re-
publican and Jackson
a Democrat.

unusual Air Force career


Martesa Bishop
Flowers filed to run for
the position of chan-
cery clerk last week.
Flowers
Flowers, a contract By ISABELLE ALTMAN ock ever remembered calling his in the years following Sept. 11.
and grant specialist at ialtman@cdispatch.com wife, Pam, from a ship to tell her he It was an unusual career for

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Mississippi State Uni- didn’t know when he was going to someone in the Air Force, he says.
hen Hal Bullock was three be home. It was also the only time He was not a pilot, and he spent
versity, is running as a days into a mission on a a plan he helped create ended up as many assignments working with the
Democrat. Navy vessel in the Pacific
part of a briefing before a U.S. presi- Navy, Army and Marines, where his
She’s challenging in the mid-1990s, China began firing specialty was computer science.
dent — something he didn’t find out
missiles into the Taiwan Strait — “When I started, the computer
current chancery until after the briefing had already
turning what had been a training world was still using punch cards,”
clerk Sharon Living- Livingston mission into planning a potential
happened.
Hal said. “When I finished, we were
ston, who’s also run- war. heavily into artificial intelligence
ning as a Democrat. Livingston At the time, Bullock was a joint A world career and linked systems across the inter-
task force training officer who Now a resident of Columbus for net. … Airplanes had IP addresses.
qualified for the election early in the more than half a decade, Hal says
taught the staffs of three-star gen- It was quite a change over 30 years.”
qualification period, which started erals and admirals how to fight wars he’s known around town as the guy Hal and Pam lived in more than
at the beginning of January. using forces from multiple military who sits on the porch of his Fifth 10 different homes around the
Flowers and Livingston were branches — Air Force, Naval forces Avenue South home and waves to world, raising their two daughters
and Marines. people on the sidewalk — to the in places like Hawaii and Germany
two of six candidates to run for the point where strangers in Walmart
On this particular mission, the and giving the whole family the
chancery clerk’s seat in 2017, after admiral whose staff he was teaching have approached him and told him opportunity to travel all over the
former clerk Monica Banks died interrupted the training. they see him there all the time. world — something the two girls
due to an extended illness. Both ad- “He said, ‘Ok, it’s been a good Most of them probably have no didn’t realize was special until they
training exercise. Training’s over. idea he’s full of such stories from were in high school, Pam said.
vanced to a runoff election, where a 30-year Air Force career, which She and Hal recalled one note
We’re doing this for real,’” Bullock
Livingston won with 3,148 votes to said. “…So for the next 30 days, we included everything from helping from their younger daughter’s high
Flowers’ 2,616. planned how to fight the Chinese.” program software at NASA in the school geography teacher.
Though the war thankfully didn’t early 1980s to helping set up com- “She said, ‘Every time we talk
The qualifying period will remain
happen, it was the only time Bull- munications systems in Afghanistan See Profile, 6A
open until March 1. Party primary
elections are set for Aug. 6.

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Monday
Did you hear?

2-for-1: Total lunar


eclipse comes with
supermoon bonus A Thousand Words
By MARCIA DUNN  tle bigger and brighter
AP Aerospace Writer thanks to its slightly closer
position.
CAPE CANAVERAL, The entire eclipse took
Fla. — The only total lunar more than three hours. To-
eclipse this year and next
tality — when the moon’s
came with a supermoon
completely bathed in
bonus.
On Sunday night, the Earth’s shadow — lasted
moon, Earth and sun lined an hour. During a total lu-
up to create the eclipse, nar eclipse, the eclipsed,
which was visible through- or blood, moon turns red
out North and South from sunlight scattering
America, where skies off Earth’s atmosphere.
were clear. There won’t In addition to the
be another until the year Americas, the entire lu-
2021. nar extravaganza could be
It was also the year’s observed, weather permit-
first supermoon, when ting, all the way across the
a full moon appears a lit- Atlantic to parts of Europe.

today in History
Today is Monday, Jan.
21, the 21st day of 2019.
On this date:
In 1793, during the
There are 344 days left in French Revolution, King Jim Lytle/Special to The Dispatch
the year. Louis XVI, condemned for SUPERMOON: This picture of the lunar eclipse was shot at 10:51 p.m. Sunday at the Mississippi State Univer-
sity/MAFES Veteran’s Memorial Rose Garden in Starkville. During the event, the eclipsed moon turned red from
treason, was executed on sunlight scattering off Earth’s atmosphere, a phenomenon that could be seen throughout North and South
Today’s Highlight in the guillotine. America.
In 1861, Jefferson Da-
History: vis of Mississippi and four
On Jan. 21, 1977, on other Southerners whose
his first full day in office, states had seceded from
President Jimmy Carter the Union resigned from In the Nation
pardoned almost all Viet- the U.S. Senate.

Teen in confrontation with Native


nam War draft evaders. — The Associated Press

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TONIGHT TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Mainly clear Cloudy Morning rain; cloudy Mostly sunny Plenty of sunshine,
and cooler but cold
30° 52° 48° 54° 28° 47° 23° 40° 24°
ALMANAC DATA
Columbus Sunday
TEMPERATURE HIGH LOW
Sunday 39° 29°
Normal 54° 33°
Record 79° (2017) 2° (1977)
PRECIPITATION (in inches)
Sunday 0.00
Month to date 4.78
Normal month to date 3.38
Year to date 4.78
Normal year to date 3.38
TOMBIGBEE RIVER STAGES
In feet as of Flood 24-hr.
7 a.m. Sun. Stage Stage Chng.
Amory 20 22.34 N.A.
Bigbee 14 15.37 +8.58 Shown are tomorrow’s noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.
Columbus 15 8.40 +1.87 Showers T-Storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Cold Warm Stationary Jetstream
Fulton 20 16.39 +5.50 -10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s
Tupelo 21 16.00 N.A. TUE WED TUE WED
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47/43/pc
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62/38/r
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52/26/r
In feet as of 24-hr.
7 a.m. Sun. Capacity Level Chng. Boston 28/21/s 45/41/c Orlando 70/59/pc 79/67/c
Chicago 35/25/sn 29/12/c Philadelphia 30/26/s 46/44/r
Aberdeen Dam 188 170.96 +7.23 Dallas 62/31/pc 49/33/s Phoenix 64/40/s 65/41/s
Stennis Dam 166 146.27 +7.23 Honolulu 84/69/s 84/68/s Raleigh 41/28/s 61/56/c
Bevill Dam 136 136.47 -0.02 Jacksonville 64/55/pc 75/59/c Salt Lake City 30/21/pc 35/28/c
Memphis 52/37/r 41/26/r Seattle 49/45/r 54/42/sh
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Under the capitol Dome

Analysis: Some bills destined for Mississippi recycling bin


By EMILY WAGSTER PET TUS  Three bills focus on the state Stars and Stripes have been re- bers. The bill doesn’t estimate Five Republican senators are
The Associated Press song. House Bill 589 propos- luctant to create a potential new the cost, but the tab for the sponsoring Senate Bill 2010 ,
es replacing the current song, financial problem for schools. guaranteed rejection of the pro- which would put the House at
JACKSON — Mississippi “Go, Mississippi,” with one If teachers are not already posal is $0. 99 members and the Senate
lawmakers could debate sub- called “Mississippi Beautiful” doing so, House Bill 200 would House Bill 243, by Dem- at 42 beginning with the 2023
stantial issues this year, such written by Jackson-area jazz require them to give daily and ocratic Rep. John Hines of elections.
as increasing pay for teachers singer Pam Confer. House Bill weekly homework assign- Greenville, would allow legis- Creating a smaller Legisla-
and state employees, trying to 202 and Senate Bill 2144 would ments, including spelling and lators to award $25,000 grants ture might be popular talking
bolster school safety, and try- keep “Go, Mississippi” and add vocabulary lessons. for public projects in their dis- point back home, but propos-
ing to reduce the recidivism a second state song called “My The homework bill was filed tricts. Other states have had als are unlikely to find friends
rate in state prisons. Home Mississippi,” written by by Democratic Rep. Omeria problems with similar slush among lawmakers who could
Some bills, though, deal former state Sen. Delma Fur- Scott of Laurel, who has filed it funds. see their own political futures
with issues that are much less niss of Rena Lara. before, without success. Anoth- Two bills propose reducing being threatened.
urgent. Many of the ideas are Legislators have previously er one she pulled from the re- the size of the Legislature — A proposal that’s unlikely to
recycled from previous years. tried to change the song and to cycling bin of previously reject- another issue that has been gain traction, but for different
House Bill 565 and Sen- set a state poem. Unless strong ed proposals is House Bill 16 , roundly ignored in the past. reasons, is House Resolution
ate Bill 2089 would designate public demand arises, efforts which would require schools The Mississippi House has 4 by Democratic Rep. Earle
“Meet My Mississippi” as the this year are also likely to fiz- in low-rated districts to teach 122 members and the Senate Banks of Jackson: “A resolu-
state poem. Written in 2013 zle. home economics. has 52. Senate Bill 2123 , by tion urging President Trump
by Patricia Neely-Dorsey of House Bill 172 , by Repub- Politicians like to boast Republican Sen. Michael Wat- to agree that the press is not
Tupelo, the poem namechecks lican Rep. William Shirley of about reducing the number of son of Pascagoula, would cut a threat to America, but one
famous sons and daughters Quitman, would set a $1,500 state employees. House Bill 40 the House to 70 members and of the nation’s greatest protec-
of the state, including Howlin’ fine for any school that fails to , by Democratic Rep. Abe Hud- the Senate to 30, starting this tors of freedom.” Reality check:
Wolf and Eudora Welty. It also have students recite the Pledge son of Shelby, would go the oth- year; never mind that candi- Grumbling about the media has
mentions tamales, catfish, of Allegiance within the first er direction by allowing each of dates are already qualifying to long been a popular and bipar-
front porches, and the Vicks- hour of class each day. Even the 122 state representatives to run, and that redistricting is al- tisan sport among Mississippi
burg Battlefield. some lawmakers who love the hire two personal staff mem- ways a time-consuming battle. politicians.

Individual found dead at lock and


dam believed to be victim of suicide
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT dam Saturday evening where the de-
ceased was found near a vehicle.
An individual found deceased at the Lowndes County Coroner Greg Mer-
Columbus Lock and Dam over the week- chant said the victim is a 54-year-old
end is believed to have died by suicide. from West Point and that his injuries do
Authorities responded to the lock and appear to have been self-inflicted.

Around the state


Extra work, extra pay officials say they hope jets Prevention in Pearl. The
will make service more center has a program that
for a few Meridian city appealing. Last year, Con- fights human trafficking.
employees tour carried the most pas- Middleton says it received
MERIDIAN — A few sengers out of Tupelo of 31 crisis calls and 85 re-
employees in a Missis- any airline since 2009. ferrals in 2018.
sippi city have been ap- Among amenities on
proved for higher pay be- Town eases beer
the new plane: A flight at-
cause they are taking on tendant and a lavatory.
extra responsibilities. regulation to try to
The Meridian Star re-
ports that the Meridian
Bill aims to help minors save old building
WATER VALLEY — A
City Council signed off who are sex trafficking Mississippi town is easing
on the salaries after hear- victims its beer regulation in a
ing how the workers were JACKSON, Miss. (AP) move that could help save
doing duties beyond their — The Republican leader one of its oldest downtown
original job description. of the Mississippi House buildings.
The nine positions is pushing a bill that he Water Valley aldermen
include two building in- says could protect chil- have voted to let restau-
spectors, an executive dren who are victims of rants sell beer even if a
secretary and an equal sex trafficking. customer is not expected
opportunity officer. Also House Bill 571 would to order a meal.
included are a court col- prevent charges from The Oxford Eagle re-
lection specialist, a cus- being filed against traf- ports that businessman
todial supervisor, a main- ficking victims who are Terry Warren requested a
tenance worker, a fire younger than 18. The permit to demolish a Wa-
equipment technician and minor would be taken ter Valley building that is
an equipment operator. into protective custody more than a century old.
The Meridian City and counseling would be He bought the Wagner
Council had set pay scales provided. Foster parents building in 2017 , intend-
for most municipal work- would be trained to help ing to open a restaurant
ers last year. The nine trafficking victims. and bar. Warren says the
workers were already House Speaker Philip town’s beer ordinance
above the maximum on Gunn, a Republican from that required a meal pre-
that scale. Clinton, tells the Clarion vented him from using
Ledger that human traf- the building as he wanted.
Airline to fly jets to ficking is happening in The building is an el-
Tupelo, switching from Mississippi, including “in ement of Water Valley’s
turboprops the shadow of our Capi- Main Street District. The
TUPELO — A regional tol.” district is on the National
airline will begin flying One supporter of the Register of Historic Plac-
jets between a northeast bill is Sandy Middleton, es.
Mississippi airport and who is executive director
Nashville, Tennessee. of the Center for Violence — The Associated Press
The Northeast Mis-
sissippi Daily Journal
reports Contour Airlines
announced on Thursday
that jet service at Tupelo
Regional Airport begins
April 1.
Since it began flying to
Tupelo in 2016, Contour
has flown twin-engine
turboprops holding 15
passengers. The jet model
to be used — the Embraer
ERJ135 — has 30 seats.
The airline will provide
18 weekly flights to and
from Tupelo. Total weekly
flights will decrease, but
the number of seats will
increase.
Airport and Contour

Buckle up...
and your child, too
Opinion
4A Monday, January 21, 2019
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MUSINGS
Waiting for the Third World
Back when we armed to the teeth, churches with well-swept never served in the military. from the last hurricane, but
were fat, when we and, if they weren’t parking lots whose pastors The dictator’s wife was they were a good market for
ruled the world, murdering each preached on the need to be much younger than he was, arms dealers. Their schools
Americans knew other over food, kind to one’s neighbor. Their and very good-looking. Her didn’t have textbooks, and
how to tell if a they were perpet- pastors preached hate with a pre-first lady life usually their roads were ruts, but they
country was “Third ually organizing little touch of God. included stints as a prostitute/ bought a lot of missiles. Their
World.” “revolutions” that The country didn’t have a actress/dancer. The first lady military parades lasted for
The country was invariably swapped middle class, and not much of didn’t talk much, and owned hours, and their military cere-
invariably led by a one sleazy dictator a working class, either. What thousands of designer dresses monies were solemn and very
bellicose dictator for another sleazy they had was a huge, misera- and shoes, all of them very precisely executed.
who said things dictator. ble mass of poor people, and expensive. Indignant writers The money wasn’t worth
like “enemies of They were all a very small ruling class who for the better magazines often anything, not even inside the
the state” and who Marc Dion “client states.” In stashed their money in Swit- wrote feature stories express- country. Americans thought
constantly claimed those days, that zerland so they could flee if ing amused disapproval of the people of that country were
greatness for himself. meant the country was either the Russians financed another a woman who wore Chanel stupid, or racially inferior to
The country manufactured under the influence of the Unit- coup, and the dictator was while the people of her country Americans. If they weren’t,
either nothing, or next to ed States or the Soviet Union. pushed out of power in favor of starved. why all the fighting, why
nothing. If there were factories The influencing countries another dictator chosen by the There were news sources, the dictator, why the lack of
in the country, or refineries, or rigged their elections, and Russians. but the biggest one was always auto plants and single-fami-
mines, they were owned and propped up the dictator. They had either a LOT of hysterically partisan, running ly homes? Why the endless
run by people from other coun- In general, that country political parties or only one. stories about how the despised pictures of children with flies
tries, who were grateful that was divided by race, religion Either there were 17 political ethnic minorities ate their own walking around on their eyes?
the host country was violently or region. If one of the moun- parties with names like “The young and were conspiring You can vote and legislate
anti-union. tain tribes managed to get Center Left Right Socialist against the majority. People your way to flies on the open
Government officials were their man in as dictator, he’d Christian Democratic Party,” risked imprisonment and eyes of children. You can fight
rapacious thieves who squab- promptly begin butchering or there was one party called death to listen to a “foreign” your way to that, too. Wait.
bled endlessly over nothing, the nonmountain people. The “The Blue Party” that was radio broadcast or get their Marc Dion, a nationally syn-
and couldn’t be trusted alone same was true of their ethnic financed by either the Amer- hands on a newspaper from dicated columnist, is a reporter
with any woman between the minorities, all of whom hated icans or the Russians, and another country. and columnist for The Herald
ages of 8 and 80. and killed each other. As for whose principal business was They LOVED their military. News, the daily newspaper of his
The water system was religion, ALL of their religions to cheer on the dictator, who You couldn’t buy milk in the hometown, Fall River, Massa-
unreliable. were extreme, and the country had recently begun wearing capital city, and they hadn’t chusetts. For more on Dion, go
The population was always had no tradition of suburban full uniform even if he had repaired any of the damage to go to www.creators.com.

Letter to the editor Cartoonist view


Voice of the people
Thinks Hosemann should resign
I urge all citizens to call Secretary of State
Delbert Hosemann’s office at 601-359-1350 to
demand he resign. He should not oversee his
own election for lieutenant governor. Also, he
should not travel around Mississippi as the
secretary of state while promoting himself as a
candidate.
This is not a partisan request, and it’s not a
suggestion that Mr. Hosemann has behaved
inappropriately to date.
Let’s avoid the fiasco of Secretary of State
Brian Kemp of Georgia and the black eye he
gave that state’s reputation in 2018 when he
refused to resign while running for governor.
Genevieve Gibson
Columbus, MS

Other Editors
Visions of a 70% tax rate
By now readers have heard that progressive
luminary Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC for
groupies) supports a 70% top marginal tax rate,
which she says will help finance a “green new
deal.” Higher taxes on the rich is the stock
socialist answer on how to pay for any project, HEALTH IN AMERICA
though a reminder arrived this week that soak-
ing the wealthy will barely register as a down
payment.
The Tax Foundation on Monday did Ms.
Ocasio-Cortez the favor of taking her proposal
Anti-vaxxers spread a plague of ignorance
An outbreak of ers were funding the Of the 52 measles cases linked
seriously and asked: How much money would
measles four years ago author, Andrew Wake- to the Disneyland outbreak, six of
the government reap from a 70% tax rate on in-
at Disneyland focused field. Britain subsequent- the afflicted had been vaccinated.
come above $10 million? Authors Kyle Pomer- attention on a growing ly stripped Wakefield Health officials note that for a few
leau and Huaqun Li looked at two scenarios — health menace — the of the right to practice people, vaccinations don’t produce a
one if the rate applied only to ordinary income refusal of parents to vac- medicine. strong enough antibody response to
like wages and interest, and another if it also cinate their children. The Donald Trump pro- stop the disease entirely. But these
applied to income from capital gains. threat has gone interna- moted the falsehood, patients tend to have far milder ver-
The best case scenario: a 70% rate would tional. The World Health linking vaccines and sions of measles and are less likely
raise less than $300 billion in revenue over Organization has just autism during a primary to pass it on to others.
10 years, which is less than half of the $700 named the anti-vaccina- debate. The Autistic Self Measles is especially dangerous
billion that has been cited in press reports. tion movement among the Advocacy Network con- to pregnant women and the very
Progressives aren’t eager to put a price tag on 10 biggest global health demned the remark. young. Some of the victims at Disne-
Froma Harrop
the green new deal, which includes modest crises. Measles cases in Eu- yland were children not old enough
proposals like a universal jobs guarantee. But Italy is ground zero, rope rose to 60,000 last to be vaccinated.
you can bet that ridding the economy of carbon thanks to a law pushed by the far- year, including 72 deaths, more than The WHO worries that the
will cost into the trillions of dollars. right 5-Star Movement that ended double the number in 2017. Consider anti-vaccination movement in the
A 70% top rate would generate even less compulsory vaccinations for chil- that this disease was once close to U.S. and Europe may invade less
revenue if extended to capital gains. Investors dren in public schools. Matteo Sal- being eradicated. rich countries, such as Brazil, India,
only pay when they realize gains by selling vini, leader of its coalition partner, In this country, 18 states still China, Indonesia and Nigeria. Then
assets, and they are especially sensitive to the League party, called mandatory allow “nonmedical exemptions” for we could have enormous populations
tax rates when deciding whether to sell. High vaccinations “useless and in many vaccinating children based on a phil- spreading an epidemic.
rates can leave money locked into a current cases dangerous.” osophical belief. Requests for such That’s why the WHO put “vaccine
asset instead of flowing to the next good idea. The anti-vaxxer crusade has a exemptions are rising in 12 of them. hesitancy” right up there with an Eb-
When the Tax Foundation authors consid- diverse membership. In addition to New York state is seeing its ola outbreak and influenza pandemic
ered the effect on behavior and incentives — traditional right-wingers and radical most troubling measles outbreak in as being among the 10 biggest
why bother with that extra investment if most libertarians who say the decision to decades. Almost all the cases occur threats to world health in 2019.
of the money will go to government? — they not immunize their children should among ultra-Orthodox Jews, whose California passed a law in 2016
found that a 70% top rate on all income would be a matter of personal liberty, it insular communities have been ripe mandating vaccinations. An-
lose the government $63.5 billion over 10 includes rich progressives who for anti-vaccine propagandists. Wil- ti-vaxxers challenged it and lost.
years. view vaccinations as unhealthy. liam Handler, an Orthodox rabbi in In explaining its decision, the state
Ms. Ocasio-Cortez won’t admit it, but she (Far more students in California’s Brooklyn, told Vox that parents who appeals court quoted from a 1944
and her socialist friends will eventually have to well-to-do Capistrano Unified School “placate the gods of vaccination” are U.S. Supreme Court ruling: “The
go where the real money is: The middle class. District were found to be unvacci- engaging in “child sacrifice.” That’s right to practice religion freely does
That means higher tax rates on even modest nated than in Santa Ana, its poorer not far off from a League party offi- not include the liberty to expose the
wage earners; taxes on retirement savings like neighbor.) cial’s nutty labeling of state-funded community ... to ill health or death.”
401(k)s or college savings accounts. The “vaccine-hesitant” — the vaccinations as “free genocide.” Clearly, the states must lead the
Remember this the next time a Democrat WHO’s politer term — often wave Once vaccination levels fall below charge in fighting the irresponsible
or columnist who claims to be conservative ignorant junk-science claims that 95 percent, epidemiologists explain, and scientifically illiterate opposi-
says he’ll finance a program by hitting the 1% vaccines can cause autism. This dan- there aren’t enough people to hold tion to vaccination.
of earners who already pay more than a third gerous lie gained traction in a 1998 the disease in check. And measles is Froma Harrop, a syndicated
of America’s income taxes. Sooner or later article published in the prestigious highly contagious. The virus floats columnist, writes for the Providence
they’re coming after you. British journal The Lancet. It turned in the air and can live on surfaces (Rhode Island) Journal. Her e-mail
Wall Street Journal out that lawyers suing vaccine-mak- for hours. address is fharrop@gmail.com.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Monday, January 21, 2019 5A

In Washington

Shutdown goes on as President Trump’s Bolton’s test: Massaging Trump tweets


into foreign policy
WASHINGTON — In President Donald

offer doesn’t budge Democrats Trump’s Washington, matters of war and peace
are decided in 280-character bursts. It’s up to
John Bolton to massage them into a foreign policy.
The mustachioed national security adviser de-
By JILL COLVIN  sition as he tries to win at least (a plan) we will be sure to let every- veloped a reputation as a bureaucratic bulldozer
The Associated Press some Democratic buy-in without one know.” through more than three decades in and out of
alienating his base. One key Republican, Sen. James government. But the wrangling over Trump’s de-
WASHINGTON— Thirty-one With hundreds of thousands Lankford of Oklahoma, said that he cision to pull troops out of Syria demanded a new
days into the partial government of federal workers set to face an- and other lawmakers had been en- skill — the ability to dramatically redraft the pres-
shutdown, Democrats and Republi- other federal pay period without couraging the White House to put ident’s policy without provoking a hint of protest
cans appeared no closer to ending paychecks, the issue passed to the an offer on the table — any offer — from the commander in chief.
the impasse than when it began, Senate, where Majority Leader to get both sides talking. When Trump announced on Dec. 19 that he
with President Donald Trump lash- Mitch McConnell has agreed to “Get something out there the
ing out at his opponents after they saw no need for U.S. troops to remain in Syria,
bring Trump’s proposal to the floor president can say, ‘I can support senior U.S. officials expected the Trump-ordered
dismissed a plan he’d billed as a
this week. this,’ and it has elements from both withdrawal to be completed within a month.
compromise.
Democrats say there’s little sides, put it on the table, then open Aides, lawmakers and overseas allies were beside
Trump on Sunday branded
chance the measure will reach the it up for debate,” Lankford said on themselves with concern that the U.S. was betray-
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a “rad-
60-vote threshold usually required ABC’s “This Week.” ing its Kurdish allies in the fight against the Is-
ical” and said she was acting “irra-
to advance legislation in the Senate. “The vote this week in the Senate lamic State and ceding influence in the region to
tionally.” The president also tried to
fend off criticism from the right, as Republicans have a 53-47 majority, is not to pass the bill, it is to open up Iran and Russia. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis
conservatives accused him of em- which means they need at least and say ‘Can we debate this? Can we quit in protest.
bracing “amnesty” for immigrants some Democrats to vote in favor. amend it? Can we make changes?’” But one month after Trump declared that U.S.
in the country illegally. McConnell has long tried to Lankford said. “Let’s find a way to forces were “coming back now” and White House
Trump offered on Saturday to avoid votes on legislation that is be able to get the government open press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said
temporarily extend protections for unlikely to become law. And the because there are elements in this the administration had “started returning Unit-
young immigrants brought to the Kentucky Republican has said for that are clearly elements that have ed States troops home,” the drawdown of U.S.
country illegally as children and weeks that he has no interest in been supported by Democrats troops has only just begun. The explanation, se-
those fleeing disaster zones in ex- “show votes” aimed only at forcing strongly in the past.” nior White House officials said, is the behind-the-
change for $5.7 billion for his bor- members to take sides after Trump “The president really wants to scenes effort by Bolton.
der wall. But Democrats said the rejected the Senate’s earlier biparti- come to an agreement here. He Bolton was always an unlikely pick to be
three-year proposal didn’t go near- san bill to avert the shutdown. has put offers on the table,” said Trump’s third national security adviser, with a
ly far enough. What’s unclear is how McCon- Rep Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., on NBC’s world view seemingly ill-fit to the president’s iso-
“No, Amnesty is not a part of nell will bring Trump’s plan forward “Meet the Press.” ‘’The responsible lationist “America First” pronouncements. He’s
my offer,” Trump tweeted Sunday, — or when voting will begin. The thing for the Democrats to do is put espoused hawkish foreign policy views dating
noting that he’d offered temporary, Republican leader is a well-known a counteroffer on the table if you back to the Reagan administration and became
three-year extensions — not per- architect of complicated legislative don’t like this one.” a household name over his vociferous support
manent relief. But he added: “Am- maneuvers. One question is wheth- Vice President Mike Pence said for the Iraq War as the U.S. ambassador to the
nesty will be used only on a much er he would allow a broader immi- on “Fox News Sunday” that Trump U.N. under George W. Bush. Bolton even briefly
bigger deal, whether on immigra- gration debate with amendments to had “set the table for a deal that will considered running for president in 2016, in part
tion or something else.” Trump’s plan on the Senate floor. address the crisis on our border, se- to make the case against the isolationism that
The criticism from both sides McConnell spokesman David cure our border and give us a path- Trump would come to embody.
underscored Trump’s boxed in-po- Popp said Sunday, “When we have way” to reopen the government. — The Associated Press

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free of charge. Extended obit- made to Sally Kate Mrs. Fultz was born parents, she was son, Church Leonhard Jason Rustin and Lucas
uaries with a photograph, de- Winters Memorial Oct. 5, 1953, to Charles preceded in death by of West Point; sister, Judson.
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Mrs. Galloway was Thursday at Immacu-
328-2471. born Dec. 22, 1940, in late Conception Catho-
Edgar Springs, Missou- lic Church. Burial will
ri, to the late Ezra Rob- follow at Greenwood
Marilyn Hayes ert and Vernice Chan- Cemetery. Visitation
WEST POINT — dler Jones. She was will be from 9-11 a.m.
Marilyn Hayes, 75, died a member of Gospel prior to services at the
Jan. 20, 2019, at North Tabernacle in Esther, church. Calvert Funeral
Mississippi Medical Bethel Apostolic in
Center in Tupelo. Home is in charge of
Amory and Aberdeen arrangements.
Services will be at 2 Church of Good.
p.m. Friday at Calvert Mrs. Leonhard was
In addition to her born Nov. 16, 1933, in
Funeral Home Chapel parents, she was
with the Rev. Mike Wausau, Wisconsin, to
preceded in death by the late Nell and Hal-
Smith officiating. Buri- her husband, Jimmy H.
al will follow at Memo- cyon Engh Jones. She
Galloway; sister, Sylvia
rial Gardens Cemetery. Blackwell; and brother,
Visitation will be two John “Bob” Jones.
hours prior to services She is survived by
at the funeral home.
her sons, James Dale
Calvert Funeral Home
Galloway and Dennis
is in charge of arrange-
Galloway, both of Amo-
ments.
ry and Douglas Gallo-
Mrs. Hayes was born
way of Frederickstown;
March 30, 1943, in
daughter, Darla Vance
West Point, to the late
of Smithville; nine
Clinton Edward and
grandchildren; and 12
Nannie Gray Ashcraft
Fulgham. She was great-grandchildren.
formerly employed with Pallbearers will be
Verizon and a volunteer Austin Galloway, Chad
with the North Missis- Galloway, Jamie Long,
sippi Medical Center Sam Sawyer, Shawn
Hospital Auxiliary in Gore, Justin Pickens
West Point. and Steve Sawyer.
She is survived by
her sons, Eddy Stewart Frances Fultz
of West Point and Mi- FULTONDALE,
chael Stewart of Tupelo; Ala. — Frances Elaine
brothers, Bobby Ful- Fultz, 65, died Jan. 19,
gham of Tupelo, Glen 2019, at St. Vincent’s
Fulgham and Butch East in Trussville,
Fulgham, both of West Alabama.
Point; and nine grand- Services will be at
children. 1 p.m. Wednesday at
Pallbearers will be Macedonia Free Will
Ryan Fulgham, Mike Baptist Church. Burial
Bryan, Cole Stewart, will follow at the Mace-
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FIRST DATE

Deanna Robinson/Dispatch Staff


James Pulliam and Shay Duck watch a barge lock at the Lock and Dam east bank in Columbus Friday afternoon.
“I shoot basketball here sometimes, so I brought her here for our first date to see the water and watch the barge
pass through,” Pulliam said.

Ex-Nissan chairman Ghosn asks for bail, promises not to flee


By YURI K AGEYAMA  Nissan Motor Co., and breach of for trials as complex as Ghosn’s can
AP Business Writer trust in having Nissan shoulder take six months or longer.
investment losses and pay a Saudi Ghosn has said the compensa-
TOKYO — Nissan’s former businessman. tion he allegedly under-reported
Chairman Carlos Ghosn is promis- “I am not guilty of the charges was never decided upon. He also
ing to wear an electronic monitor- against me and I look forward to de- says Nissan never suffered any
ing ankle bracelet, give up his pass- fending my reputation in the court- losses from his own investments
port and pay for security guards room; nothing is more important to and the payments to the Saudi busi-
approved by prosecutors to gain me or to my family,” he said. nessman were for legitimate ser-
release from detention on bail. Ghosn’s latest request includes vices for Nissan’s business in the
Ghosn, 64, has been in custody an offer to rent a Tokyo apartment, Gulf.
since his arrest on Nov. 19. He was where he promises to live. The pro- He has been held in austere
due for a bail hearing Monday. A posal for him to wear a monitoring conditions at the Tokyo Detention
Tokyo court rejected his request for device is not standard for Japanese Center, allowed visits only by em-
bail last week. bail but is often included in U.S. bail bassy officials, lawyers and prose-
“As the court considers my bail conditions. No trial date has been cutors. His wife, Carole Ghosn, has
application, I want to emphasize set. expressed worries about his health
that I will reside in Japan and re- In Japan, suspects are often kept and appealed to Human Rights
spect any and all bail conditions the in detention until trials start, espe- Watch about what she saw as his
court concludes are warranted,” he cially those who assert innocence, unfair and harsh treatment.
said in a statement shared with The in what has been criticized as “hos- A Brazilian-born Frenchman of
Associated Press through a repre- tage justice.” Tokyo prosecutors Lebanese ancestry, with work expe-
sentative of Ghosn and his family. contend that Ghosn is a flight risk rience in the U.S., Ghosn was sent
He has been charged with fal- and that he might tamper with ev- to Nissan in 1999 by Renault SA of
sifying financial reports in under- idence. Legal experts, including France, which owns 43 percent of
reporting his compensation from Ghosn’s lawyers, say preparations Nissan.

Profile
Continued from Page 1A
about a place, Rebecca Without Borders or young people who join
claims to have been other relief organizations the military still feel that
there,’” Hal said. “Has staffed with compassion- way. ‘It is something I
she really seen the pyra- ate, often poorly paid do because the country
mids? Has she seen the people who want to serve deserves people to take
Eiffel Tower?’” others. care of it and to take care
It annoyed Pam, who “It’s a calling,” he said. of the other people who
felt the teacher was ques- “It’s not a job. … A lot of don’t feel called to do it.’”
tioning her daughter’s
character.
“I said, ‘Do you want
her to bring pictures in?’”
she said. “She can do
some show and tell.’”
Though neither of
Hal’s daughters went into
the military, they both
retain some of the habits
of military families, Hal
and Pam said. Rebecca in
particular travels all over
the world and is currently
a teacher in South Korea.
Hal retired for about
one month in 2011 before
taking a job as an IT
director at Mississippi
State, where he said
he’s blessed to still be
working in the rapidly
changing computer field.
But he still loves the mil-
itary and appreciates the
people he worked with
over the years — people
he compared to those
who work with Doctors

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Reports: MSU’s Huff


going to Alabama
From Staff and Wire Reports

The ripples from the changes on the Alabama


football team’s coaching staff have hit Mississippi
State.
According to multiple media reports,
Alabama will add Mississippi State
assistant head coach, run game
coordinator, and running backs
coach Charles Huff to its staff for
the 2019 season.
The move is the latest in a
reshuffling to coach Nick
Saban’s staff. Since the end of
the 2018 season, there have been Huff
multiple reports that Alabama
will add Steve Sarkisian to its offensive staff.
The move is just one of multiple moves that will
reshape the coaching staff of the Southeastern
Conference champions, who lost to No. 2 Clem-
son in the College Football Playoff National
Championship Game.
Huff was new MSU head coach Joe Moor-
head’s first hire in Starkville on Dec. 1, 2017, one
day after Moorhead’s official press conference.
An elite recruiter and developer of talent, Huff
Jay Biggerstaff/USA TODAY Sports
helped solidify a top-25 recruiting class for the
New England quarterback Tom Brady (12) reacts after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 37-31 in overtime Sunday
in the AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium. Bulldogs after only two weeks on the job.
Huff, a Denton, Maryland, native spent the

BRADY WORKS OT MAGIC AGAIN FOR PATS


past four seasons (2014-17) as Penn State’s run-
ning backs coach and special teams coordinator.
He recruited and developed one of the game’s
most electrifying players in running back Sa-
By BARRY WILNER 3) last made the Super Bowl in 2002 quon Barkley, who in 2018 became the highest
The Associated Press
Patriots 37, Chiefs 31, OT while based in St. Louis, losing to drafted NFL running back since Reggie Bush
the Patriots. went No. 2 overall in 2006. The New York Giants
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s the The drive, during which New En- New England benefited from two used the second overall pick to select Barkley.
dead of winter, meaning the weath- gland (13-5) had three third-down critical replay reviews and made In addition to MSU and Penn State, he
er in New England can be brutal. conversions, was reminiscent of its ninth Super Bowl with Brady at coached at Western Michigan (2013), the NFL’s
And that the Patriots are headed to when it beat Atlanta in the only Su- quarterback and Bill Belichick as Buffalo Bills (2012), Vanderbilt (2011), Hampton
the Super Bowl. per Bowl to go to OT two years ago. coach. (2010), Maryland (2009), and Tennessee State
It took them overtime and more “Overtime, on the road against a “This is crazy,” said Brady, who (2006-08).
of Tom Brady’s brilliance to get great team,” Brady said. “They had was 30-for-46 for 348 yards. “What The Tuscaloosa News also reports former Al-
there — for the third straight year. no quit. Neither did we. We played a game.” abama player Lance Taylor, the wide receivers
While the folks back home dealt our best football at the end. I don’t It’s the first time both confer- coach for the NFL Carolina Panthers last season,
with a frigid storm, Brady blew know, man, I’m tired. That was a ence title games went to OT. The could return to Tuscaloosa.
through Kansas City’s exhausted hell of a game.” last time both visitors won confer- Huff’s responsibility with the Crimson Tide
defense on a 75-yard drive to Rex Awaiting them in Atlanta are the ence championship matches was is unclear. The Tuscaloosa News reported Huff
Burkhead’s 2-yard touchdown run Los Angeles Rams, who won 26-23 2012; New England was 3-5 on the could coach Alabama’s running backs and cur-
in a 37-31 victory Sunday for the in overtime in New Orleans for the road this season. rent Crimson Tide assistant Joe Pannunzio could
AFC championship. NFC championship. The Rams (15- See PATRIOTS, 3B move off the field.
Also Saturday, Tidesports.com reported Ten-
nessee assistant coach and special teams coor-
Rams 26, dinator Charles Kelly would accept a spot on Sa-
Saints 23, OT ban’s 2019 staff.
The Tuscaloosa News reports Sal Sunseri is ex-

Blown call, pected to join the defensive staff, which has seen
the departure of Tosh Lupoi to the NFL.

Zuerlein FG WOMEN’S COLLEGE


BASKETBALL
lift Rams Ole Miss wins again;
past Saints Tigers outlast Tide
By PAUL NEWBERRY
The Associated Press
From Special Reports
NEW ORLEANS — A
OXFORD — Senior Shandricka Sessom had
big comeback. A blown
19 points and six rebounds Sunday to lead the
call. And, finally, a boom-
Ole Miss women’s basketball team to a 76-66
ing kick that sent the Los Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY Sports
victory against Florida at The Pavilion at Ole
Angeles Rams to the Su- Los Angeles kicker Greg Zuerlein (4) celebrates with punter Johnny Hekker (6) and
Miss.
per Bowl. defensive end Justin Lawler (53) after kicking the game-winning field goal against
The victory marks the first time
After rallying from the New Orleans Saints in overtime Sunday of the NFC Championship game at
in two years that the Rebels (8-11,
Roundup
a 13-0 deficit, the Rams Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
2-3 Southeastern Conference) have
stunned the New Orleans
won consecutive games in the league.
Saints with Greg Zuer- back Nickell Robey-Cole- left in regulation. 15 seconds remaining. Ole Miss shot a SEC season-high 50.9 percent
lein’s 57-yard field goal in man committed a blatant “Came to the sideline, New Orleans won the from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range,
overtime for a 26-23 victo- interference penalty with looked at the football gods coin toss and got the ball and 87.5 percent from the free-throw line.
ry in the NFC champion- a helmet-to-helmet hit on and was like, ‘Thank you,’ ” first in overtime. But, with “What the win at Kentucky did was to allow
ship game Sunday — an Tommylee Lewis well be- Robey-Coleman said. “I got Dante Fowler Jr. in his us to coach harder, and the young ladies to be a
outcome that might not fore the pass arrived in- away with one tonight.”
face and striking his arm, little bit more open,” Ole Miss head coach Yolett
have been possible with- side the 5-yard line, forc- After the no-call, Jared
Drew Brees fluttered up a McPhee-McCuin said. “They’re locked in. They
out an egregious mistake ing the Saints to settle for Goff had enough time to
pass that was intercepted believe. They trust, and that takes a long time to
by the officials in the clos- Wil Lutz’s 31-yard field lead the Rams down the
by John Johnson III, who happen, and it’s really tough to convince some-
ing minutes of regulation. goal that made it 23-20 field for Zuerlein’s tying
See RAMS, 3B one to trust when you’re not winning.”
Los Angeles corner- with 1 minute, 41 seconds field goal, a 48-yarder with
Senior La’Karis Salter had career highs with

Officiating plays role


18 points and five assists, as well as five rebounds
and one block. Sessom and Salter combined for
15 of Ole Miss’ 22 Ole Miss points in the first

in deciding matchup quarter, as well as 21 of the 34 Rebel points at


halftime.
“I think the biggest thing for us is coming out
for Super Bowl LIII and playing hard and making the first punch,”
Salter told SEC Network following the game.
“We had some rough losses in the beginning
By BARRY WILNER The most egregious
The Associated Press and even here, so I think our first step was to
gaffe came in the NFC
just come out with energy. Be energetic. This is
title game in New Orle- our home court, protect our home court, and just
KANSAS CITY, Mo.
ans. The Saints were in come out and fight, and that was our goal for 40
— The last thing the NFL
position to put away the minutes.”
would ever want is for an
officiating mistake to de- Rams when Tommylee Despite being outscored 22-14 by the Reb-
cide the Super Bowl. Lewis blatantly was in- els in the third quarter, Florida used a 9-0 run
On Sunday, the league terfered with inside the in the fourth quarter to cut the Ole Miss lead to
John David Mercer/USA TODAY Sports
might have gotten enough Los Angeles 5-yard line 58-56 with 7 minutes, 9 seconds left to play. But
Los Angeles defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman
(23) breaks up a pass intended for New Orleans wide errors to determine both by cornerback Nickell freshman Taylor Smith hit a layup before a Salter
receiver Tommylee Lewis (11) on a third-down play in teams that will play in the Robey-Coleman. Not only 3-pointer made it 63-56 with 5:40 left to play.
the fourth quarter Sunday of the NFC Championship championship game in did Robey-Coleman hit Smith, who also put up a career day with nine
game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. two weeks. See OFFICIATING, 4B See ROUNDUP, 3B
2B Monday, January 21, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

briefly CALENDAR Basketball Golf PGA Tour Desert Classic


NBA NOTE: Fourth round played on Stadium Course.
Local Prep Basketball
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
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Sunday
At La Quinta, California
Purse: $5.9 million
Registration for adult soccer league ends next week Today’s Games Toronto
Philadelphia
35 13 .729 —
30 17 .638 4½
s-Stadium Course (Host Course) 7,113 yards; Par 72
q-La Quinta Counry Club 7,060 yards; Par 72
Registration for the Columbus Soccer Organization/Columbus
East Webster at Oak Hill Academy Boston 28 18 .609 6 n-Nicklaus Tournament Course 7,159 yards; Par 72
Recreation Department adult soccer league will close Jan. 25. The Brooklyn 24 23 .511 10½ Final
league is open to all men and women 19 years and above. Rumble in the South New York 10 34 .227 23
Southeast Division
Adam Long (500), $1,062,000............................................................................ 63n-71s-63q-65—262
Adam Hadwin (245), $519,200...........................................................................65s-66q-65n-67—263
Registration is only $55 and is submitted through the Columbus At St. Andrew’s W L Pct GB Phil Mickelson (245), $519,200.......................................................................... 60q-68n-66s-69—263
Miami 22 22 .500 — Talor Gooch (135), $283,200.............................................................................. 67s-67q-66n-64—264
United webpage: columbusunitedsoccer.com. Players may register indi- Forest Hill vs. Starkville High boys, 4:30 p.m. Charlotte 22 24 .478 1 Dominic Bozzelli (110), $236,000.......................................................................67n-69s-64q-66—266
vidually or indicate a team when registering. Registration includes entry Tuesday’s Games
Washington 19 26 .422 3½ Jon Rahm (100), $212,400..................................................................................66q-66n-68s-67—267
Orlando 19 27 .413 4 J.T. Poston (88), $190,275..................................................................................68s-68q-64n-69—269
in the Friendly City Shootout tournament March 23-24 in Columbus. Atlanta 14 31 .311 8½ Vaughn Taylor (88), $190,275............................................................................ 68n-66s-69q-66—269
For full information about the adult soccer league, including rules, Sulligent at New Hope Central Division Patrick Cantlay (75), $159,300............................................................................67n-66s-66q-71—270
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go to columbusunitedsoccer.com or contact Tom Velek at tvelek@ Shannon at Caledonia Milwaukee 33 12 .733 —
Sean O’Hair (75), $159,300................................................................................66n-67s-68q-69—270
Michael Thompson (75), $159,300..................................................................... 68q-66n-65s-71—270
yahoo.com. Nanih Waiya at West Lowndes Indiana
Detroit
31 15 .674 2½
20 25 .444 13
Daniel Berger (57), $112,100.............................................................................. 67q-67n-69s-68—271
Lucas Glover (57), $112,100............................................................................... 68q-68n-68s-67—271
West Point at Starkville Chicago 10 36 .217 23½ Sungjae Im (57), $112,100...................................................................................71q-65n-64s-71—271
Ole Miss Aberdeen at Hatley
Cleveland 9 38 .191 25
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
Scott Langley (57), $112,100.............................................................................. 70n-65s-66q-70—271
Nate Lashley (57), $112,100................................................................................72s-68q-66n-65—271
Roger Sloan (57), $112,100.................................................................................70s-68q-68n-65—271
Rifle team earns second-best score of season Heritage Academy at Leake Academy W L Pct GB Abraham Ancer (40), $64,723............................................................................. 66q-67n-73s-66—272
Houston 26 19 .578 — Aaron Baddeley (40), $64,723............................................................................71n-68s-68q-65—272
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — The No. 7 Ole Miss rifle team ended Carroll Academy at Oak Hill Acaademy San Antonio 27 21 .563 ½ Sam Burns (40), $64,723....................................................................................68q-66n-68s-70—272
New Orleans 21 25 .457 5½
a four-match road swing with its second-best score of the season, Starkville Academy at Winston Academy Dallas 20 25 .444 6
Wyndham Clark (40), $64,723............................................................................ 65q-67n-72s-68—272
Russell Knox (40), $64,723.................................................................................73s-66q-64n-69—272
Sunday at the West Virginia University Shell Building. Ole Miss used Hebron Christian at Columbus Christian Memphis 19 27 .413 7½ Jason Kokrak (40), $64,723................................................................................ 71n-65s-66q-70—272
Northwest Division Peter Malnati (40), $64,723.................................................................................70q-65n-68s-69—272
a solid score in air rifle to accumulate 4,665 points, while the No. 2 Thursday’s Games W L Pct GB Steve Marino (40), $64,723................................................................................. 66s-65q-67n-74—272
Mountaineers earned 4,703 points. Denver 31 14 .689 — Adam Svensson (40), $64,723...........................................................................66q-68n-69s-69—272
The Rebels improved its NCAA qualifying three-score average Caledonia at Hamilton Oklahoma City
Portland
27 18 .600
28 19 .596 4
4
Harold Varner III (40), $64,723...........................................................................68q-67n-68s-69—272
Cameron Davis (27), $39,235..............................................................................67q-70n-67s-69—273
from 4,668.67 to 4,671.33. Freshman Erin Walsh (1171) and junior Alana Starkville Academy at Indianola Academy Utah 26 21 .553 6
Dylan Frittelli (27), $39,235................................................................................ 72n-67s-64q-70—273
Minnesota 22 24 .478 9½
Kelly (1167) improved their aggregate career bests by four points each.
Walsh, a rookie from Newark, Delaware, led Ole Miss with a 579,
Prep Soccer
Pacific Division
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Zach Johnson (27), $39,235............................................................................... 71q-68n-64s-70—273
Andrew Landry (27), $39,235.............................................................................68n-67s-69q-69—273
Chez Reavie (27), $39,235.................................................................................67q-68n-69s-69—273
including a three-point improvement in standing (194). Sophomore Abby Tuesday’s Matches Golden State
L.A. Clippers
32 14 .696
25 21 .543

7 José de Jesús Rodríguez (27), $39,235.............................................................67s-70q-69n-67—273
Anders Albertson (20), $29,795...........................................................................68s-69q-70n-67—274
Buesseler and Kelly tallied 578. Kelly was only one point off the career Columbus at Caledonia, 5 p.m. L.A. Lakers
Sacramento
25 22 .532 7½
24 22 .522 8 Charles Howell III (20), $29,795......................................................................... 67n-69s-68q-70—274
high she tallied last Sunday in Columbus, Ohio. Sophomore Kamilla Heritage Academy at Magnolia Heights, 5 p.m. Phoenix 11 37 .229 22 Trey Mullinax (20), $29,795...................................................................................65n-71s-67q-71—274
Andrew Putnam (20), $29,795............................................................................ 70q-69n-67s-68—274
Kisch earned her highest total of the season with a 575. Completing Murrah at Starkville, 5:30 p.m. Late Saturday Justin Rose (20), $29,795................................................................................... 68q-68n-68s-70—274
the Rebel scoring were senior Randi Loudin (576) and freshman Jillian Houston 138, L.A. Lakers 134, OT Kevin Streelman (20), $29,795........................................................................... 70s-66q-68n-70—274
MSMS at New Hope, 5:30 p.m. Denver 124, Cleveland 102 Cody Gribble (12), $19,663................................................................................. 70q-67n-68s-70—275
Zakrzeski (571). West Virginia won the event, 2,328-2,304, led by David Sunday’s Games Roberto Castro (12), $19,663.............................................................................. 71s-67q-69n-68—275
Koenders (585) and three other 580+ scores. Thursday’s Match Indiana 120, Charlotte 95 Alex Cejka (12), $19,663.....................................................................................66n-68s-68q-73—275
L.A. Clippers 103, San Antonio 95 Julián Etulain (12), $19,663................................................................................. 71n-66s-69q-69—275
Ole Miss recorded its second-highest air rifle total of the season on Starkville Academy at Indianola Academy, 3 p.m. Minnesota 116, Phoenix 114 Kramer Hickok (12), $19,663.............................................................................. 67n-72s-68q-68—275
Sunday (2,361), trailing the score set seven days prior by a single point.
Zakrzeski used an impressive 594 to tie three Mountaineers (2375) at
Men’s College Basketball Today’s Games
Oklahoma City at New York, 11:30 a.m.
Chicago at Cleveland, Noon
Si Woo Kim (12), $19,663.................................................................................... 70n-70s-67q-68—275
Sam Ryder (12), $19,663.................................................................................... 72s-66q-66n-71—275
Robert Streb (12), $19,663...................................................................................66q-70n-68s-71—275
the top of the leaderboard. Walsh used a 592 to set yet another career Tuesday’s Games Dallas at Milwaukee, 1 p.m. Brian Stuard (12), $19,663..................................................................................70q-68n-68s-69—275
Detroit at Washington, 1 p.m. Nick Taylor (12), $19,663......................................................................................70s-66q-67n-72—275
high. Not far behind her were Buesseler (588), junior Hayley Carroll Mississippi State at Kentucky, 6 p.m. Orlando at Atlanta, 2 p.m. Josh Teater (12), $19,663.....................................................................................68q-69n-67s-71—275
(587), and Kelly (587, one point off career high). Sacramento at Brooklyn, 2:30 p.m. Tyler Duncan (7), $13,885................................................................................... 73s-66q-66n-71—276
Ole Miss at Alabama, 8 p.m. New Orleans at Memphis, 4:30 p.m. C.T. Pan (7), $13,885............................................................................................66n-70s-70q-70—276
Ole Miss will play host to No. 10 Nebraska at 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. Thursday’s Game Miami at Boston, 5 p.m. J.J. Spaun (7), $13,885........................................................................................69s-67q-68n-72—276
2, in the team’s home finale. The first 35 fans will receive an Ole Miss Houston at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Nick Watney (7), $13,885.................................................................................... 68s-70q-68n-70—276

Rifle blanket, and all fans in attendance earn 50 Rebel Rewards Points.
Western Kentucky at Southern Miss, 7 p.m. Portland at Utah, 8 p.m.
Golden State at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.
Harris English (7), $13,885................................................................................. 70n-70s-67q-69—276
Cameron Tringale (7), $13,885........................................................................... 70n-71s-66q-69—276
Friday’s Game Tuesday’s Games Jonathan Byrd (5), $12,921................................................................................. 71n-68s-66q-72—277
Sacramento at Toronto, 6 p.m. Chad Collins (5), $12,921.................................................................................... 69n-70s-68q-70—277
Alabama Champion Christian at Mississippi University for
Women, 6 p.m.
Portland at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
Joey Garber (5), $12,921....................................................................................68s-64q-69n-76—277
James Hahn (5), $12,921.....................................................................................70s-70q-67n-70—277
Kevin Kisner (5), $12,921.................................................................................... 69n-68s-69q-71—277
Women’s tennis team defeats UAB, Belmont Women’s College Basketball
Wednesday’s Games
Toronto at Indiana, 6 p.m.
Scott Piercy (5), $12,921..................................................................................... 72q-65n-70s-70—277
Rory Sabbatini (5), $12,921................................................................................ 68n-70s-66q-73—277
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Alabama women’s tennis team defeat- Cleveland at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Brendan Steele (5), $12,921............................................................................... 69n-69s-67q-72—277
ed Alabama-Birmingham and Belmont 7-0 in back-to-back matches Tuesday’s Game Houston at New York, 6:30 p.m. Carlos Ortiz (4), $12,331..................................................................................... 72s-62q-68n-76—278
L.A. Clippers at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Hudson Swafford (4), $12,331............................................................................. 71n-71s-65q-71—278
Sunday to begin the 2019 season at the Roberta Alison Baumgardener Judson College at Mississippi University for Orlando at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m. John Catlin, $12,095........................................................................................... 69s-69q-69n-72—279
Tennis Facility. Atlanta at Chicago, 7 p.m. Adam Schenk (4), $12,095...................................................................................66s-71q-69n-73—279
Women, 5:30 p.m. Charlotte at Memphis, 7 p.m. Jhonattan Vegas (3), $11,918............................................................................. 66s-73q-68n-73—280
“The training really proved to be effective today, we are a fit team,” Detroit at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Thursday’s Games San Antonio at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
John Huh (3), $11,741...........................................................................................68n-72s-67q-74—281
Alabama coach Jenny Mainz said. “I think we got some momentum Denver at Utah, 9:30 p.m.
Curtis Luck (3), $11,741....................................................................................... 64q-66n-76s-75—281
and confidence from today. I am really happy with our doubles. We are Mississippi State at Florida, 6 p.m. Ollie Schniederjans (3), $11,564......................................................................... 71n-68s-68q-75—282
Ryan Blaum (3), $11,446......................................................................................67n-73s-67q-78—285
playing more authoritative, more spirited, we are moving more, and it’s
more aggressive. Overall, it was a good day. We had little bit of rust
Alabama at Arkansas, 7 p.m. Football Qualifiers for the 2019 Masters
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 7 p.m. NFL Playoffs AUGUSTA, Ga. — Players who are eligible and expected to play in the 83rd Masters. Players listed
to knock off, but we are getting there. I like what I see, and I think we Southern Miss at Western Kentucky, 7 p.m.1 Conference Championships only in the first category for which they are eligible.
Sunday’s Games MASTERS CHAMPIONS: Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Danny Willett, Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson,
competed really hard today.”
Against UAB (0-1), Alabama took a 1-0 lead after winning the College Gymnastics NFC
L.A. Rams 26, New Orleans 23, OT
Adam Scott, Charl Schwartzel, Phil Mickelson, Angel Cabrera, Trevor Immelman, Zach Johnson,
Tiger Woods, Mike Weir, Vijay Singh, Jose Maria Olazabal, Bernhard Langer, Fred Couples, Ian
Woosnam, Sandy Lyle, Larry Mize.
doubles point. Senior Andie Daniell and sophomore Moka Ito cruised AFC
Friday’s Meet New England 37, Kansas City 31, OT U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONS (five years): Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Martin Kaymer.
past Marlene Herrmann and Alex Shchipakina, 6-0, on court one, while LSU at Alabama
BRITISH OPEN CHAMPIONS (five years): Francesco Molinari, Henrik Stenson, Rory McIlroy.
Pro Bowl PGA CHAMPIONS (five years): Justin Thomas, Jimmy Walker, Jason Day.
juniors Kimberley Gintrand and Ann Selim topped Sophie Dodds and
Hana Sisirak, 6-0, on court three. Men’s College Tennis Sunday’s Game
At Orlando, Fla.
PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS (three years): Webb Simpson, Si Woo Kim.
U.S. AMATEUR CHAMPION AND RUNNER-UP: a-Viktor Hovland, a-Devon Bling.
BRITISH AMATEUR CHAMPION: a-Jovan Rebula.
AFC vs. NFC, 3 p.m. (ABC/ESPN)
In singles, No. 41 Daniell, Cortina-Pou, and Selim breezed past Today’s Matches ASIA-PACIFIC AMATEUR CHAMPION: a-Takumi Kanaya.
their opponents with ease to give the Tide a 3-0 lead. Gintrand handled LATIN AMERICA AMATEUR CHAMPION: a-Alvaro Ortiz.
Charlotte at Alabama, 1 p.m. Super Bowl
Sunday, Feb. 3 U.S. MID-AMATEUR CHAMPION: a-Kevin O’Connell.
Hana Sisirak, 6-1, 6-0, junior Jacqueline Pelletier and Ito both finished TOP 12 AND TIES-2018 MASTERS: Rickie Fowler, Jon Rahm, Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman,
6-4, 6-4.
North Alabama at Alabama, 6 p.m. At Atlanta
Tony Finau, Charley Hoffman, Louis Oosthuizen, Justin Rose.
New England vs. L.A. Rams, 5:30 p.m. (CBS)
Against Belmont (0-2), Alabama jumped out to a 1-0 lead thanks Friday’s Matches TOP FOUR AND TIES-2018 U.S. OPEN: Tommy Fleetwood.
Rams 26, Saints 23, OT TOP FOUR AND TIES-2018 BRITISH OPEN: Kevin Kisner, Xander Schauffele.
to two great performances in doubles play. Daniell and Ito took down Florida A&M at Southern Miss, 2 p.m. L.A. Rams 0 10 7 6 3—26 TOP FOUR AND TIES-2018 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP: Stewart Cink.
PGA TOUR EVENT WINNERS SINCE 2018 MASTERS (FULL FEDEX CUP POINTS AWARDED):
Drew Hawkins and Peyton Lee, 6-0, while Selim and Gintrand defeated New Orleans 13 0 7 3 0—23
Northwestern at Alabama, 6 p.m. First Quarter Satoshi Kodaira, Andrew Landry, Aaron Wise, Bryson DeChambeau, Kevin Na, Michael Kim, Brandt
Sarah Brackin and Terra Sheldon, 6-1. Snedeker, Keegan Bradley, Kevin Tway, Matt Kuchar, Charles Howell III.
In singles, Gintrand, Selim, Ito, and Daniell moved past the Bruins Women’s College Tennis NO—FG Lutz 37, 10:04.
NO—FG Lutz 29, 7:06.
NO—Griffin 5 pass from Brees (Lutz kick),
FIELD FROM THE 2018 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP: Billy Horschel, Patrick Cantlay, Kyle Stanley, Paul
Casey, Hideki Matsuyama, Gary Woodland, Patton Kizzire.
in straight sets. Junior Luca Fabian battled till the end downing Terra Friday’s Match 1:35. TOP 50 FROM FINAL WORLD RANKING IN 2018: Alex Noren, Tyrrell Hatton, Rafa Cabrera-Bello,
Eddie Pepperell, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Matt Fitzpatrick, Ian Poulter, Li Haotong, Thorbjorn Olesen,
Second Quarter
Sheldon 6-1, 7-6 (3), and Pelletier finished the sweep in fashion over Jackson State at Southern Miss, 11 a.m. La—FG Zuerlein 36, 9:45. Matt Wallace, Lucas Bjerregaard, Emiliano Grillo, Branden Grace.
Erin Allen, 7-5, 6-2. TOP 50 FROM WORLD RANKING ON MARCH 31: TBD.
College Track and Field
La—Gurley 6 run (Zuerlein kick), :23.
Third Quarter SPECIAL INVITATION: Shigo Imahira.
Alabama will play host to Mercer and Alabama A&M on Saturday. NO—Ta.Hill 2 pass from Brees (Lutz kick),
n Cheer, dance teams compete in UCA & UDA National Friday-Saturday 8:34. LPGA Tour Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions
La—Higbee 1 pass from Goff (Zuerlein kick), Sunday
Championships: At Orlando, the cheer and dance squads competed Alabama at Bob Pollock Invitational (Clemson, 3:06. At Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club, Lake Buena Vista, Florida
at the UCA and UDA National Championships this past weekend at the Fourth Quarter Purse: $1.2 million / Yardage: 6,645; Par: 71
South Carolina) La—FG Zuerlein 24, 5:03. Final
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. NO—FG Lutz 31, 1:41. Eun-Hee Ji, $180,000...............................................................................................65-69-66-70—270
The Crimson Tide cheer teams placed third in the co-ed category Ole Miss at Indiana Relays (Bloomington, Indi- La—FG Zuerlein 48, :15. Mirim Lee, $147,962..................................................................................................67-68-69-68—272
Overtime Nelly Korda, $107,336................................................................................................70-67-65-71—273
and sixth in the all-girl, while the dance team placed seventh in hip-hop ana) La—FG Zuerlein 57, 11:43. Moriya Jutanugarn, $74,933......................................................................................71-67-67-69—274
and 11th in jazz.
Alabama was the only school to have cheer squads in both finals
Junior College Basketball A—73,028.
La NO
Shanshan Feng, $74,933...........................................................................................71-67-66-70—274
Stacy Lewis, $50,225................................................................................................ 66-74-66-70—276
Brooke M. Henderson, $50,225............................................................................... 65-67-69-75—276
and dance teams in the hip-hop and jazz finals categories. In the dance Tuesday’s Games First downs 19 19 Lydia Ko, $40,100......................................................................................................66-68-66-77—277
Total Net Yards 378 290 Georgia Hall, $36,049...............................................................................................73-66-69-70—278
finals, LSU and San Diego State were the only other teams besides Women: Itawamba at Coahoma, 6 p.m. Rushes-yards 26-77 21-48 Lexi Thompson, $31,593............................................................................................67-69-73-70—279
Alabama to compete in both hip-hop and jazz. Men: Itawamba at Coahoma, 8 p.m. Passing 301 242 Gaby Lopez, $31,593................................................................................................69-68-69-73—279
Punt Returns 1-0 0-0 In Gee Chun, $27,461................................................................................................ 70-71-71-69—281
Thursday’s Games Kickoff Returns 1-17 4-119 Annie Park, $27,461...................................................................................................68-70-73-70—281

Golf
Interceptions Ret. 1-0 1-1 Amy Yang, $24,221...................................................................................................75-69-69-69—282
Women: EMCC at Itawamba, 5:30 p.m. Comp-Att-Int 26-41-1 26-41-1 Cristie Kerr, $24,221.................................................................................................. 72-72-67-71—282
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-8 2-7 Nasa Hataoka, $21,629.............................................................................................. 73-72-71-67—283
Long wins Desert Classic for first PGA Tour title Men: EMCC at Itawamba, 7:30 p.m. Punts 4-45.8 4-42.8 Marina Alex, $21,629.................................................................................................69-67-72-75—283
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-0 Danielle Kang, $19,334..............................................................................................68-74-70-72—284
LA QUINTA, Calif. — Adam Long bounced around golf’s Penalties-Yards 7-64 3-20 Ariya Jutanugarn, $19,334.........................................................................................67-67-75-75—284
backwoods for years, winning only a lone Hooters Tour event. Now,
he’s headed to the Masters as a PGA Tour winner.
on the air Time of Possession 32:36 30:41
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Mi Hyang Lee, $19,334............................................................................................. 68-71-69-76—284
Anna Nordqvist, $17,984............................................................................................ 71-74-69-71—285
Katherine Kirk, $17,012.............................................................................................. 73-72-71-70—286
RUSHING—Los Angeles, Anderson 16-44, Brittany Lincicome, $17,012....................................................................................... 71-72-70-73—286
Long won the Desert Classic on Sunday at PGA West, beating
Hall of Famer Phil Mickelson and Adam Hadwin by a stroke with a
Today Reynolds 1-16, Goff 3-10, Gurley 4-10, Woods
2-(minus 3). New Orleans, Ingram 9-31, Ka-
Pernilla Lindberg, $16,040.........................................................................................77-70-68-72—287
Sei Young Kim, $15,473............................................................................................ 69-69-73-77—288
14-foot birdie putt on the final hole after a 6-iron approach from an COLLEGE BASKETBALL mara 8-15, Line 1-4, Ta.Hill 1-0, Brees 2-(mi-
nus 2).
Thidapa Suwannapura, $14,906.............................................................................. 68-69-79-76—292

awkward stance. 5:30 p.m. — Maryland at Michigan State, FS1 PASSING—Los Angeles, Goff 25-40-1-297,
Hekker 1-1-0-12. New Orleans, Brees 26-40-1-
“In some ways it’s been a little bit of a roller-coaster, but it’s 6 p.m. — American University at Boston 249, Ta.Hill 0-1-0-0. NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for Juniors Men’s Singles
RECEIVING—Los Angeles, Cooks 7-107,
been a steady improvement throughout my career,” Long said. “I’ve University, CBS Sports Network Woods 6-33, Reynolds 4-74, Higbee 4-25, Ev-
overtime loss. Top three teams in each division
and two wild cards per conference advance to
Second Round
Otto Virtanen (3), Finland, def. Gustaf Strom,
played in pretty much most tours around the world that there are 6 p.m. — Virginia Tech at North Carolina, ESPN erett 2-50, Shields 1-12, Anderson 1-5, Gurley playoffs. Sweden, 7-5, 6-1.
1-3. New Orleans, Kamara 11-96, Thomas Late Saturday Lodewijk Weststrate, Netherlands, def. Eliot
and just kind of steadily progressed. 6 p.m. — Jackson state at Texas State, ESPNU 4-36, Ginn 3-58, Griffin 2-12, Ingram 2-6, J.Hill Florida 4, Nashville 2 Spizzirri (16), United States, 7-5, 6-4.
“It kind of can seem like it came out of nowhere, but my game’s 1-24, Smith 1-10, Carr 1-5, Ta.Hill 1-2. Minnesota 2, Columbus 1 Giulio Zeppieri, Italy, def. Valentin Royer (11),
been trending in the right direction for really the last two years now.”
7 p.m. — Nebraska at Rutgers, Big Ten Network Vegas 7, Pittsburgh 3 France, 6-4, 6-1.
7:30 p.m. — Creighton at Georgetown, FS1 Patriots 37, Chiefs 31, OT Calgary 5, Edmonton 2 Jonas Forejtek (8), Czech Republic, def. Peter
Long closed with a 7-under 65 on the Stadium Course, holing New England 7 7 3 14 6—37 Sunday’s Games Makk, Hungary, 6-4, 6-4.
the winning putt after Mickelson’s 40-foot birdie try curled left at 8 p.m. — Marshall at Western Kentucky, CBS Kansas City 0 0 7 24 0—31
First Quarter
Chicago 8, Washington 5 Dalibor Svrcina (7), Czech Republic, def. Seon
N.Y. Islanders 3, Anaheim 0 Yong Han, Republic of Korea, 6-4, 6-0.
the end. Sports Network NE—Michel 1 run (Gostkowski kick), 6:55. Vancouver 3, Detroit 2 Cannon Kingsley (9), United States, def.
Second Quarter Arizona 4, Toronto 2 Wojciech Marek, Poland, 6-1, 6-2.
“I got a pretty good read off Phil’s putt,” Long said. “It was one 8 p.m. — Iowa State at Kansas, ESPN NE—Dorsett 29 pass from Brady (Gostkowski Toby Alex Kodat, United States, def. Harold
Carolina 7, Edmonton 4
of those putts that you just stand over you just know you’re going to 8 p.m. — Baylor at West Virginia, ESPNU
kick), :27. Today’s Games Mayot (14), France, 6-2, 6-7, 7-6.
Third Quarter Nashville at Colorado, 2 p.m. Filip Cristian Jianu (4), Romania, def. Connor
make. And you can’t control that, but when you have that feeling it’s KC—Kelce 12 pass from Mahomes
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL (Butker kick), 12:56.
St. Louis at Los Angeles, 3 p.m. Thomson, Britain, 6-3, 6-2.
a good one. I’m in pretty disbelief right now. I don’t really know what Minnesota at Vegas, 5 p.m. Juniors Women’s Singles
happened.” 6 p.m. — Missouri at South Carolina, ESPN2 NE—FG Gostkowski 47, 4:02.
Fourth Quarter San Jose at Florida, 6 p.m. Second Round
Tuesday’s Games Manon Leonard, France, def. Sohyun Park (8),
Mickelson, the leader after each of the first three rounds, shot 6 p.m. — Arkansas at Tennessee, SEC Network KC—Dam.Williams 1 pass from Mahomes
San Jose at Washington, 6 p.m. Republic of Korea, 6-4, 6-3.
(Butker kick), 14:51.
69. WOMEN’S COLLEGE HOCKEY KC—Dam.Williams 23 pass from Mahomes Arizona at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.
Veronika Pepelyaeva, Russia, def. Destinee
Martins, Britain, 2-6, 7-5, 6-3.
“I had a terrible putting day — one of the worst I can recall in (Butker kick), 7:45.
2 p.m. — Lindenwood at Penn State, Big Ten NE—Michel 10 run (Gostkowski kick), 3:32. Detroit at Edmonton, 8 p.m. Lisa Pigato, Italy, def. Marta Custic (15), Spain,
a while,” Mickelson said. “Started right on the first hole with a little Carolina at Calgary, 8 p.m. 3-6, 6-4, 6-3.
Network KC—Dam.Williams 2 run (Butker kick), 2:03.
NE—Burkhead 4 run (Gostkowski kick), :39. Wednesday’s Games Leylah Annie Fernandez (4), Canada, def.
4-footer uphill and three-putting that green. And I missed a bunch Arizona at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Moyuka Uchijima, Japan, 6-4, 7-6.
GOLF KC—FG Butker 39, :08.
Washington at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Lulu Sun (7), Switzerland, def. Amber Marshall,
of short ones on the front and some birdie opportunities, but it felt Overtime
awful with the putter. I hit a lot of good shots today, but just couldn’t 1 p.m. — Web.com Tour Golf: The Bahamas NE—Burkhead 2 run, 10:08. Minnesota at Colorado, 8:30 p.m.
Nashville at Vegas, 9 p.m.
Australia, 6-4, 6-0.
Federica Rossi, Italy, def. Thasaporn Naklo
A—77,034.
get the ball to go in the hole.” Great Abaco Classic, secound round, Bahamas, NE KC St. Louis at Anaheim, 9 p.m. (12), Thailand, 6-2, 2-6, 6-1.
First downs 36 18 Carolina at Vancouver, 9:30 p.m. Victoria Allen, Britain, def. Annerly Poulos,
Long set up with the winning putt with the 6-iron approach from TGC Total Net Yards 524 290 Australia, 2-6, 6-2, 7-6.
175 yards with the ball below his feet in dormant grass on a mound
to the right of the fairway.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Rushes-yards
Passing
48-176 12-41
348 249 Tennis Anastasia Tikhonova, Russia, def. Qinwen
Zheng (2), China, 7-5, 6-3.
10 a.m. — Ranney (N.J.) vs. Federal Way Punt Returns 3-38 1-(minu
Australian Open
Juniors Men’s Doubles
First Round
The 31-year-old former Duke player earned his PGA Tour (Wash.), ESPNU
Kickoff Returns 4-82 5-116
Monday Seon Yong Han, Republic of Korea and
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-24
card with a 13th-place finish last year on the Web.com Tour’s Comp-Att-Int 30-46-2 16-31-0 Men’s Singles Thantub Suksumrarn, Thailand, def. Ryuhei
regular-season money list. In five previous PGA Tour starts, he had 2 p.m. — Sierra Canyon (Calif.) vs. Montverde Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 4-46 Fourth Round Azuma, Japan and Ryoma Matsushita, Japan,
Milos Raonic (16), Canada, def. Alexander 6-2, 7-6.
made only one cut — a tie for 63rd in October in the Safeway Open. Academy (Fla.), ESPNU Punts
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0
2-37.5 5-43.4
Zverev (4), Germany, 6-1, 6-1, 7-6 (5). Chen Dong, Australia and Tai Sach, Australia,
4 p.m. — Dematha (Md.) vs. La Lumiere (Ind.), Penalties-Yards 6-61 4-28 Lucas Pouille (28), France, def. Borna Coric
(11), Croatia, 6-7 (4), 6-4, 7-5, 7-6 (2).
def. Ki Lung Ng, Hong Kong and Bora Sengul,
Turkey, 7-6, 6-3.
Time of Possession 43:59 20:53
Ji survives cold and wind to win LPGA Tour opener ESPNU Women’s Singles Giulio Zeppieri, Italy and Lorenzo Musetti (5),
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Fourth Round Italy, def. Jiri Lehecka, Czech Republic and
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Eun-Hee Ji of South Korea left NBA RUSHING—New England, Michel 29-113, Serena Williams (16), United States, def. Wojciech Marek, Poland, 6-7, 7-5, 10-5.
Burkhead 12-41, White 6-23, Brady 1-(mi- Simona Halep (1), Romania, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4. Liam Draxl, Canada and Zane Khan (8), United
the mistakes to everyone else down the stretch in the LPGA Tour 11:30 a.m. — Oklahoma City at Atlanta, NBA TV nus 1). Kansas City, Dam.Williams 10-30, Karolina Pliskova (7), Czech Republic, def. States, def. Ken Cavrak, Australia and Tom
season opener. 2 p.m. — Orlando at Atlanta, NBA TV Mahomes 2-11.
PASSING—New England, Brady 30-46-2-348.
Garbine Muguruza (18), Spain, 6-3, 6-1.
Naomi Osaka (4), Japan, def. Anastasija
Evans, Australia, 6-2, 6-4.
Phuong van Nguyen, Vietnam and Nicholas
Ji managed a strong wind and temperatures in the 50s on Sun- 4:30 p.m. — New Orleans at Memphis, TNT Kansas City, Mahomes 16-31-0-295. Sevastova (13), Latvia, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. David Ionel, Romania, def. Lodewijk
day by making three birdies on the back nine to pull away and close RECEIVING—New England, Edelman 7-96, Elina Svitolina (6), Ukraine, def. Madison Keys Weststrate, Netherlands and Alexandr Binda,
with a 1-under 70, giving her a two-shot victory in the Diamond Tuesday Gronkowski 6-79, Hogan 5-45, White 4-49,
Burkhead 4-23, Patterson 2-18, Dorsett 1-29,
Develin 1-9. Kansas City, Dam.Williams 5-66,
(17), United States, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1.
Men’s Doubles
Third Round
Russia, 7-5, 5-7, 10-7.
Lilian Marmousez, France and Eliot
Spizzirri, United States, def. Christian Lerby,
Resorts Tournament of Champions. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Watkins 4-114, Kelce 3-23, Hill 1-42, Robinson Bruno Soares, Brazil and Jamie Murray (3), Netherlands and Luciano Darderi, Italy, 6-4,
Ji got her mistakes out of the way early, opening with two bo- 5:30 p.m. — Auburn at South Carolina, SEC 1-27, Ware 1-21, Harris 1-2. Britain, def. Nikola Mektic, Croatia and Kevin 6-3.
geys to fall behind Lydia Ko. The 32-year-old South Korean took the Krawietz, Germany, 6-7 (3), 6-2, 7-5. Emilio Nava, United States and Cannon
lead for good with a birdie on the 10th hole at Tranquilo Golf Club at
Network
6 p.m. — Minnesota at Michigan, Big Ten Network
Hockey Nicolas Mahut, France and Pierre-Hugues
Herbert (5), France, def. Rajeev Ram, United
States and Joe Salisbury (11), Britain, 4-6, 7-6
Kingsley (4), United States, def. Nikita Volonski,
Australia and Kamil Kozlowski, Australia, 4-6,
6-0, 10-7.
Four Seasons, and she stayed in front the rest of the way.
6 p.m. — Mississippi State at Kentucky, ESPN NHL (5), 6-4. Nicolas Alvarez Varona, Spain and Filip
“It was a little bit chilly for me today. My body was a little bit tight EASTERN CONFERENCE Lukasz Kubot, Poland and Horacio Zeballos Cristian Jianu (2), Romania, def. Shunsuke
on first tee, so I just pulled a little bit, and I made a bogey,” she said. 6 p.m. — Texas Tech vs. Kansas State, ESPN2
Atlantic Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
(7), Argentina, def. Blake Ellis, Australia and Mitsui, Japan and Keisuke Saitoh, Japan, 6-7,
Alexei Popyrin, Australia, 6-4, 7-6 (4). 7-5, 12-10.
“I made a bogey again second hole. I was like, ‘OK, wait a minute. I 6 p.m. — Villanova at Butler, FS1 Tampa Bay 49 37 10 2 76 199 140 Sam Querrey, United States and Ryan Juniors Women’s Doubles
Toronto 48 29 17 2 60 168 137
need to play this.’ But I have like 16 more holes, and I just trust my 7 p.m. — Wichita State at South Florida, CBS Boston 49 27 17 5 59 143 128
Harrison, United States, def. Jack Sock, United
States and Jack Withrow, United States, 4-6,
First Round
Daria Frayman, Russia and Federica Rossi,
swing after that.” Sports Network Montreal
Buffalo
50 27 18 5 59 152 148
48 24 18 6 54 140 144
6-3, 7-5. Italy, def. Manon Leonard, France and Lisa
Ko was one shot behind when she pulled her tee shot on the Women’s Doubles Pigato, Italy, 6-4, 6-4.
7:30 p.m. — Texas A&M at Florida, SEC Network Florida 47 19 20 8 46 146 168 Third Round Anastasia Tikhonova, Russia and Elina
par-5 13th and never found it, and then compounded the error with a Ottawa 49 19 25 5 43 154 184
8 p.m. — Indiana at Northwestern, Big Ten Network Detroit 50 18 25 7 43 142 170
Barbora Krejcikova, Czech Republic and
Katerina Siniakova (1), Czech Republic, def.
Avanesyan (6), Russia, def. Martina Biagianti,
Italy and Carlota Martinez Cirez, Spain, 6-2,
three-putt for a double bogey. Ko made double bogey on the closing 8 p.m. — Duke at Pittsburgh, ESPN Metropolitan Division Elise Mertens, Belgium and Aryna Sabalenka, 4-6, 10-4.
hole for a 42 on the back nine and a 77. GP W L OT Pts GF GA Belarus, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3. Helene Pellicano, Malta and Marta Custic (4),
8 p.m. — Ole Miss at Alabama, ESPNU N.Y. Islanders 48 29 15 4 62 145 119
Samantha Stosur, Australia and Shuai Zhang, Spain, def. Leylah Annie Fernandez, Canada
Ji finished at 14-under 270 to win by two over Mirim Lee, who made Columbus 48 28 17 3 59 154 146
only one bogey in her round of 68. Nelly Korda (71) finished third. 9 p.m. — New Mexico at UNLV, CBS Sports Network Washington 48 27 16 5 59 162 149 China, def. Alize Cornet, France and Petra
Martic, Croatia, 7-5, 6-3.
and Sasha Wood, United States, 6-1, 6-4.
Avelina Sayfetdinova, Russia and Veronika
Pittsburgh 48 26 16 6 58 169 146
“I just enjoyed my game with my celebrity partners,” Ji said. “It 10 p.m. — San Diego State at Fresno State, ESPNU Carolina 48 23 20 5 51 133 144 Alison Riske, United States and Jennifer Brady, Pepelyaeva, Russia, def. Saki Imamura, Japan
United States, def. Kveta Peschke, Czech and Yeon Woo Ku, Republic of Korea, 7-5, 6-2.
makes it more fun and I relaxed more. So I didn’t get nervous.” WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL N.Y. Rangers 48 21 20 7 49 139 164
Philadelphia 48 19 23 6 44 139 169 Republic and Nicole Melichar (4), United Emma Navarro, United States and Chloe Beck
The LPGA opener was limited to winners over the last two sea- 8 p.m. — Oklahoma at TCU, FS1 New Jersey 48 18 23 7 43 140 164 States, 6-3, 6-4.
Kristina Mladenovic, France and Timea Babos
(8), United States, def. Alexandra Anttila,
Finland and Skyler Marie Grace Grishuk,
WESTERN CONFERENCE
sons. It also included a celebrity field of athletes and entertainers GOLF Central Division (2), Hungary, def. Kirsten Flipkens, Belgium United States, 6-4, 6-4.
and Johanna Larsson (13), Sweden, 6-1, 6-4. Sada Nahimana, Burundi and Moyuka
who competed for a $500,000 purse using the modified Stableford 1 p.m. — Web.com Tour Golf: The Bahamas
Winnipeg
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
48 31 15 2 64 167 134 Mixed Doubles Uchijima, Japan, def. Jiaqi Wang, China and
scoring system. Great Abaco Classic, third round, Bahamas, TGC Nashville 50 28 18 4 60 155 133 Second Round Qinwen Zheng (5), China, 6-0, 6-2.
Former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz had 33 points in the Colorado 48 22 18 8 52 166 153 Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez, Spain and Neal Adrienn Nagy, Hungary and Natsumi
NBA Dallas 49 24 21 4 52 126 128 Skupski, Britain, def. Jessica Moore, Australia Kawaguchi (3), Japan, def. Anastasia Berezov,
final round for a three-point victory over former pitcher Mark Mulder. 7 p.m. — Portland at Oklahoma City, NBA TV Minnesota 48 24 21 3 51 133 138 and Andrew Whittington, Australia, 6-4, 6-1. Australia and Talia Gibson, Australia, 6-3, 6-4.
Smoltz was busy doing math with the Stableford system, trying to St. Louis 47 21 21 5 47 131 144 John-Patrick Smith, Australia and Astra Mananchaya Sawangkaew, Thailand and
hold on for the victory.
NHL Chicago 50 17 24 9 43 153 188 Sharma, Australia, def. Edouard Roger-
Vasselin, France and Andreja Klepac, Slovenia,
Thasaporn Naklo (2), Thailand, def. Sijia Wei,
China and Priska Madelyn Nugroho, Indonesia,
Pacific Division
“I played really defensively knowing I could get two points for 8 p.m. — Detroit at Edmonton, NBC Sports Network GP W L OT Pts GF GA 6-4, 7-5. 6-0, 6-2.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands, United States and Lodewijk Weststrate, Netherlands, def. Cooper
par,” Smoltz said. “I never thought the bogey I made at 17 would be TENNIS Calgary
San Jose
50 32 13 5 69 187 143
50 28 15 7 63 178 155 Jamie Murray, Britain, def. Robert Lindstedt, White, Australia, 6-2, 6-2.
the difference.” 8 p.m. — Australian Open: Quarterfinals, ESPN2 Vegas 50 29 17 4 62 154 134 Sweden and Kristina Mladenovic, France,
6-4, 6-4.
Eliot Spizzirri (16), United States, def. James
Story, Britain, 6-2, 6-2.
Vancouver 50 23 21 6 52 145 156
Stacy Lewis, in her first competition as a mother, shot 70 and 2:30 a.m. (Wednesday) — Australian Open: Anaheim 50 21 20 9 51 119 148 Juan Sebastian Cabal, Colombia and Valentin Royer (11), France, def. Eric
Edmonton 49 23 23 3 49 142 160 Abigail Spears (6), United States, def. Matwe Vanshelboim, Ukraine, 6-2, 6-1.
tied for sixth. Quarterfinals, ESPN2 Arizona 48 22 22 4 48 128 138 Middelkoop, Netherlands and Demi Schuurs, Giulio Zeppieri, Italy, def. Tyler Zink, United
— From Special Reports Los Angeles 49 19 26 4 42 110 147 Netherlands, 6-1, 6-2. States, 6-4, 6-2.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Monday, January 21, 2019 3B

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Losses hit top of AP men’s Top 25
Saturday’s Games 22. Iowa (14-4) beat No. 23 Minnesota
Sunday’s Men’s Alabama at Baylor, 11 a.m. (ESPNU) 81-63; beat Michigan 75-61; beat Illinois 94-75.
College Scores Iowa State at Ole Miss, 11 a.m. (ESPN)
Florida at TCU, 11 a.m. (ESPN2)
23. Minnesota (13-5) lost to No. 22 Iowa
81-63; beat Wisconsin 78-50; lost to Nebraska
EAST
Boston College 87, Florida St. 82 South Carolina at Oklahoma State, 1 p.m. 63-57.
Duquesne 91, George Washington 85, OT (ESPNU) 24. DePaul (13-6) beat St. John’s 73-64;
Monmouth (NJ) 83, Iona 81 Texas at Georgia, 1 p.m. (ESPN2) lost to Seton Hall 84-73. By A ARON BEARD
Week in Review “That’s where your sound-
MIDWEST Kansas State at Texas A&M, 1 p.m. (ESPN) 25. Indiana (15-4) lost to Northwestern The Associated Press
Bradley 57, S. Illinois 54 Vanderbilt at Oklahoma, 3 p.m. (ESPN2) 75-69; lost to Purdue 56-53. ness defensively, defensive
Drake 74, Missouri St. 63 West Virginia at Tennessee, 3 p.m. (ESPN) SEC Women
Iowa 95, Illinois 71
Marquette 79, Providence 68
Arkansas at Texas Tech, 5 p.m. (ESPN2)
LSU at Missouri, 5 p.m. (SEC Network)
Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
DURHAM, N.C. — This Tre Jones — the critical cog rebounding, taking care of
Miss. State 5-0 1.000 17-1 .944
Nebraska-Omaha 75, South Dakota 68
FAR WEST
Kansas at Kentucky, 5 p.m. (ESPN)
Auburn at Mississippi State, 7:30 p.m.
Missouri 4-1 .800 15-4 .789 time, it was the top tier’s to their defense with his re- the ball, has to be at a high
S. Carolina 4-1 .800 12-5 .706
Denver 74, Oral Roberts 58
Utah 78, Colorado 69
(SEC Network)
Sunday’s Games
Kentucky 3-2 .600 16-3 .889 turn. lentless on-ball presence — level.”
Auburn 3-2 .600 15-3 .833
The Associated Press No games scheduled Texas A&M 3-2 .600 14-4 .778 The headliners in The As- to a first-half shoulder injury
Sunday’s Women’s As for the players, juniors
Men’s Top 25 Fared
Arkansas
LSU
2-2 .500 13-5
3-3 .500 12-6
.722
.667 sociated Press men’s college that will sideline him indefi-
1. Duke (15-2) lost to Syracuse 95-91, OT; College Scores Georgia 3-3 .600 12-7 .632 basketball Top 25 couldn’t nitely. Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome talk-
beat No. 4 Virginia 72-70. EAST Ole Miss 2-3 .400 8-11 .421
2. Michigan (17-1) lost to Wisconsin Clemson 65, Pittsburgh 59
Drexel 61, Hofstra 49
Alabama 2-4 .333 10-9 .526 avoid the stumbles that had Yet the Blue Devils came ed about it being a missed
64-54. Tennessee 1-4 .200 12-5 .706
3. Tennessee (16-1) beat Arkansas Loyola (Md.) 62, Lafayette 50 Florida 1-4 .200 5-13 .278 befallen their lower-ranked up with a few adjustments opportunity.
106-87; beat Alabama 71-68. Niagara 71, Fairfield 68
4. Virginia (16-1) beat No. 9 Virginia Tech
Vanderbilt 0-5 .000 5-13 .278
poll peers a week earlier, leading up to the visit from
81-59; lost to No. 1 Duke 72-70.
Northeastern 75, Delaware 62
“What are we, 24-2 in the
5. Gonzaga (18-2) beat Loyola
Providence 71, Xavier 58
Quinnipiac 55, Canisius 42
Sunday’s Games from top-ranked Duke’s reigning league champion
Marymount 73-55; beat Portland 89-66. Rider 73, Manhattan 63
LSU 62, Alabama 56
Ole Miss 76, Florida 66 home loss to Syracuse to the Virginia. They made defen- last two years in the ACC?”
6. Michigan State (16-2) beat Nebraska Rutgers 76, Michigan St. 62 Texas A&M 76, Georgia 66
70-64.
7. Kansas (15-3) beat Texas 80-78; lost to
Saint Joseph’s 60, La Salle 57 Today’s Games nation’s last two unbeaten sive switches from positions Guy said. “So we’ll be just
Saint Louis 62, St. Bonaventure 45
West Virginia 65-64.
8. Texas Tech (15-3) lost to Iowa State SOUTH
Arkansas at Tennessee, 6 p.m. (SEC Network)
Missouri at South Carolina, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) teams — No. 2 Michigan and 1 through 5 on screens for fine.”
68-64; lost to Baylor 73-62.
9. Virginia Tech (15-2) lost to No. 4
Florida St. 66, Duke 62
Georgia Tech 65, Syracuse 55
Thursday’s Games
Missouri at Kentucky, 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
No. 4 Virginia — falling for the first time. They also
Virginia 81-59; beat Wake Forest 87-71. James Madison 91, Coll. of Charleston 50 (SEC Network) the first time. threw some zone-defense
10. Nevada (18-1) beat Boise State 72-71;
beat Air Force 67-52.
11. Florida State (13-5) lost to Pittsburgh
LSU 62, Alabama 56
Louisville 73, Wake Forest 49
Maryland 79, Penn St. 67
Mississippi State at Florida, 6 p.m.
Notre Dame at Tennessee, 6 p.m. (ESPN) In all, six teams in the top looks at the Cavaliers in the Michigan’s loss
75-62; lost to Boston College 87-82. Miami 76, North Carolina 68
Alabama at Arkansas, 7 p.m.
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 7 p.m. 10 lost at least once to set the second half. It had been a long time
12. Kentucky (13-3) beat Georgia 69-49;
beat No. 14 Auburn 82-80.
Mississippi 76, Florida 66
NC State 70, Virginia Tech 61
Texas A&M at Auburn, 7:30 p.m.
Friday’s Games
stage for significant move- Ultimately, Duke won a since Michigan lost a regu-
13. North Carolina (14-4) beat Notre
Dame 75-69; beat Miami 85-76.
Texas A&M 76, Georgia 66 No games scheduled ment Monday in the new tight fight to the horn against
14. Auburn (13-4) beat Texas A&M 85-66;
UMass 70, Davidson 58
UNC-Wilmington 77, Towson 73
Saturday’s Games
No games scheduled poll — including a possible the No. 1-ranked team in the lar-season game before the
lost to No. 12 Kentucky 82-80.
15. Marquette (16-3) beat Georgetown VCU 74, Rhode Island 39
William & Mary 65, Elon 60
Sunday’s Games
LSU at Tennessee, Noon (SEC Network) change at No. 1. Compare coaches’ poll, KenPom and trip to Wisconsin.
74-71; beat Providence 79-68.
16. Buffalo (17-1) beat Western Michigan MIDWEST
Bradley 58, S. Illinois 53
Alabama at Georgia, 1 p.m. (ESPNU)
Arkansas at Florida, 1 p.m.
that with the previous week, the NCAA’s NET rankings. The Wolverines (17-1, 6-1
88-79; beat Eastern Michigan 77-65.
17. N.C. State (15-3) lost to Wake Forest Butler 75, Creighton 43 Ole Miss at Mississippi State, 2 p.m. when top-10 teams emerged “I’m not saying it’s the Big Ten) fell at Northwestern
71-67; beat Notre Dame 77-73. Dayton 72, Fordham 50 (SEC Network)
18. Mississippi (14-3) lost to LSU 83-69; Green Bay 77, Oakland 53 Auburn at Missouri, 2 p.m. unscathed and remained in cat’s meow here or a new in-
beat Arkansas 84-67. Houston 66, Wichita St. 58 Kentucky at Texas A&M, 4 p.m.
their poll positions while 12 on Feb. 6 last year, then won
19. Maryland (16-3) beat Wisconsin Iowa 94, Illinois 75 Monday, Jan. 28 vention or anything,” coach
64-60; beat Ohio State 75-61.
20. Oklahoma (13-5) lost to Kansas State
Loyola of Chicago 56, Indiana St. 54 Vanderbilt at South Carolina, 6 p.m. of the 15 teams outside the Mike Krzyzewski said of the five straight games to close
Marquette 83, St. John’s 73
74-61; lost to Texas 75-72. Michigan 62, Ohio St. 58 LSU 62, Alabama 56 top 10 lost at least once. defensive switches. “But you the regular-season sched-
21. Houston (18-1) beat SMU 69-58; beat Milwaukee 62, Detroit 44 LSU (12-6): Mitchell 4-8 2-4 10, Aifuwa
South Florida 69-60.
22. Villanova (14-4) beat Xavier 85-75.
Missouri St. 59, Illinois St. 47 5-13 1-4 11, Norton 3-7 0-0 6, Pointer 9-17
8-11 26, Richard-Harris 1-4 0-0 3, Bidikuindila
have to do a little something ule. Their only loss since
23. Iowa (16-3) beat Penn State 89-82;
beat Illinois 95-71.
N. Dakota St. 69, North Dakota 57
N. Illinois 70, Akron 59 0-0 0-0 0, Brooks 0-2 0-0 0, Cherry 2-4 0-0 4,
Spencer 0-0 2-2 2, Totals 24-55 13-21 62.
Volunteers make their different.” had been to Villanova in last
24. Mississippi State (14-3) beat Florida
71-68; beat Vanderbilt 71-55.
Nebraska 63, Minnesota 57
Northwestern 72, Wisconsin 46
ALABAMA (10-9): Copeland 3-4 1-2 7,
Walker 5-8 2-4 13, Abrams 2-6 0-0 5, Johnson case year’s national championship
25. Indiana (12-6) lost to Nebraska 66-51;
lost to Purdue 70-55.
Notre Dame 92, Boston College 63
Purdue 56, Indiana 53
6-12 14-16 27, Wade 1-8 2-2 4, Craig Cruce 0-0
0-0 0, Knight 0-2 0-0 0, Barber 0-2 0-0 0, Ben- Duke’s overtime loss to Outside struggles game.
Late Saturday Men’s Major
Seton Hall 84, DePaul 73
South Dakota 80, Nebraska-Omaha 49
jamin 0-2 0-0 0, Berry 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 17-44
19-24 56. Syracuse on Monday night, Virginia has been one of
College Scores Valparaiso 93, Evansville 49 LSU 16 20 12 14 —62 followed by Michigan’s loss the nation’s most efficient But Michigan shot just 41
Wright St. 70, Cleveland St. 65 Alabama 18 10 14 14 —56
SOUTHWEST
Grambling St. 88, Texas Southern 87, OT
SOUTHWEST 3-Point Goals—LSU 1-9 (Norton 0-1, at Wisconsin, could lift third- offenses, which might go percent and committed 16
Baylor 79, West Virginia 47 Pointer 0-1, Richard-Harris 1-4, Brooks 0-2,
Sam Houston St. 71, Houston Baptist 65
Texas 75, Oklahoma 72 FAR WEST Cherry 0-1), Alabama 3-13 (Copeland 0-1, ranked Tennessee to No. 1 overlooked by some with the turnovers in Saturday’s loss
Walker 1-3, Abrams 1-3, Johnson 1-3, Wade
Texas A&M-CC 76, New Orleans 61 Arizona St. 79, Oregon St. 76
0-1, Barber 0-2). Assists—LSU 7 (Mitchell for the first time since 2008. Cavaliers playing a clock-con-
Texas State 77, Arkansas St. 64 California 79, Washington 70
2), Alabama 6 (Johnson 2). Rebounds—LSU to the Badgers.
Texas-Arlington 82, UALR 73 Denver 93, Oral Roberts 76
37 (Aifuwa 8), Alabama 28 (Johnson 6). Total Tennessee (16-1, 5-0 trolling pace that leads to
FAR WEST
Arizona 82, Oregon St. 71
Oregon 93, Arizona 60
Southern Cal 72, UCLA 67 Fouls—LSU 17, Alabama 24. Technical Fouls—
Southeastern Conference) fewer possessions and lower “That’s a hell of a run,
LSU TEAM 1. A—2,630.
Stanford 85, Washington St. 64
Arizona St. 78, Oregon 64
Gonzaga 89, Portland 66 Ole Miss 76, Florida 66 has won 12 straight, the pro- scores. And offense general- and now it doesn’t mean any-
The AP Women’s Top 25
Grand Canyon 78, UMKC 50 FLORIDA (5-13): Moore 3-5 0-1 6, Rob- gram’s longest streak since ly wasn’t a major problem in thing,” Michigan coach John
Montana 69, Idaho 51
Fared inson 1-1 1-2 3, Nakkasoglu 6-11 5-7 21, Smith
New Mexico St. 83, Utah Valley 78 1-3 0-0 2, Washington 1-11 1-2 4, Williams 4-8 the 1977-78 season, since the Duke loss — except in
Saint Mary’s (Cal) 76, San Diego 59 1. Notre Dame (18-1) beat Virginia Tech
2-4 10, de Oliveira 1-5 0-0 2, Johnson 1-3 0-0 Beilein said. “We’ve got to go
Santa Clara 69, Pacific 57 80-51; beat Boston College 92-63.
2. Baylor (15-1) beat Kansas 94-68; beat 3, Rainey 4-7 5-9 15, Staples 0-0 0-0 0, Totals falling to No. 7 Kansas in one area in particular.
UC Davis 75, Cal Poly 63
UC Riverside 75, Hawaii 71 West Virginia 79-47. 22-54 14-25 66.
OLE MISS (8-11): Salter 8-13 1-2 18, Al- overtime in New York on The Cavaliers arrived in back and figure out a way to
UNLV 94, San Jose St. 56 2. UConn (16-1) beat Tulane 75-33; beat
Utah St. 87, Colorado St. 72 Temple 88-67.
len 2-8 9-9 14, Reid 2-4 2-2 7, Sessom 7-15 0-0
19, Smith 4-6 1-1 9, Crawford 0-0 0-0 0, Dunlap Nov. 24. Tennessee beat Ar- Durham shooting nearly 41 beat Minnesota on Tuesday.
4. Louisville (17-1) beat Virginia 91-43;
Weber St. 78, N. Colorado 64
beat Wake Forest 73-49.
3-3 1-2 7, Muhate 1-3 0-0 2, Dozier 0-1 0-0 0,
Totals 27-53 14-16 76.
kansas and Alabama in the percent from 3-point range
Southeastern 5. Oregon (17-1) beat No. 19 Arizona Florida 17 16 14 19 —66 past week. but made a season-low 3 of 17

Conference Men
Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
State 77-71; beat Arizona 93-60.
6. Stanford (16-1) beat Washington
Ole Miss 22 12 22 20 —76
3-Point Goals—Florida 8-23 (Moore 0-1, “It’s definitely something in Cameron Indoor Stadium. Rough week
91-54; beat Washington State 85-64. Nakkasoglu 4-7, Smith 0-1, Washington 1-5,
Tennessee
LSU
5-0 1.000 16-1 .941
4-0 1.000 14-3 .824
7. Mississippi State (17-1) beat Auburn Williams 0-1, de Oliveira 0-1, Johnson 1-2, that, we would definitely love By comparison, Virginia had Four AP Top 25 teams lost
85-59; beat No. 15 South Carolina 89-74. Rainey 2-5), Ole Miss 8-20 (Salter 1-4, Allen
Ole Miss
Kentucky
4-1 .800 14-3 .824
4-1 .800 14-3 .824 8. N.C. State (18-0) beat Virginia Tech 1-6, Reid 1-1, Sessom 5-8, Muhate 0-1). As- to be in that position for sure. made 10 of 23 against Clem- twice this week, with No. 8
S. Carolina 4-1 .800 9-8 .529 70-61, OT.
9. Maryland (16-2) lost to No. 17 Michigan
sists—Florida 13 (Smith 3), Ole Miss 20 (Allen
7). Fouled Out—Florida Smith, Ole Miss Reid. Who doesn’t want to be No. son and 13 of 24 in Monday’s Texas Tech being the high-
Mississippi St. 2-2 .500 14-3 .824
Auburn 2-2 .500 13-4 .765 State 77-60; beat Penn State 79-67. Rebounds—Florida 32 (Washington 9), Ole
Miss 28 (Sessom 6). Total Fouls—Florida 18, 1?” junior guard Jordan Bone rout of No. 9 Virginia Tech
Alabama 2-3 .400 11-6 .647 10. Oregon State (15-3) beat Arizona
said. “But we’re not focused est-ranked of the group. The
Florida 2-3 .400 10-7 .588 86-64; lost to No. 19 Arizona State 79-76, 2OT. Ole Miss 19. A—1,507.
in its last two games. And it
Missouri
Arkansas
1-3 .250 10-6 .625
1-4 .200 10-7 .588
11. Texas (15-3) lost to Kansas State
87-69; beat TCU 73-67.
Texas A&M 76, Georgia 66 on that. We’re focused on hadn’t had fewer than four in Red Raiders (15-3) lost to
TEXAS A&M (14-4): Jones 2-7 0-0 4,
Georgia
Texas A&M
1-4 .200 9-8 .529
1-4 .200 7-9 .438
12. Syracuse (15-3) beat Pittsburgh
82-50; lost to Georgia Tech 65-55.
Johnson 3-8 4-4 10, Carter 10-28 8-13 31,
Washington 5-8 3-4 15, Wells 6-13 2-2 15,
what’s in front of us.” any game this season before Iowa State and Baylor after a
Vanderbilt 0-5 .000 9-8 .529 13. Gonzaga (17-2) lost to BYU 70-68;
beat San Diego 86-61.
Martin 0-0 0-0 0, Walton 0-1 1-2 1, Totals 26-
65 18-25 76.
Saturday. 4-0 start in Big 12 play.
Sunday’s Games
No games scheduled
14. Marquette (16-3) beat Seton Hall
96-60; beat St. John’s 83-73.
GEORGIA (12-7): Paul 2-5 0-0 4, Robin-
son 6-9 2-2 14, Cole 5-12 1-2 11, Connally 7-16
Staying put? Virginia shot 53 percent The other two-loss ranked
Today’s Games 15. South Carolina (12-5) lost to No. 7 0-0 18, Johnson 0-4 1-2 1, Staiti 5-9 3-3 14, Duke (15-2, 4-1 Atlantic for the game despite those
No games scheduled
Tuesday’s Games
Mississippi State 89-74. Caldwell 1-3 0-0 2, Hose 0-1 0-0 0, Hubbard
0-0 0-0 0, Morrison 1-3 0-0 2, Totals 27-62 Coast Conference) has made struggles, including 69 per- teams were No. 11 Florida
16. Kentucky (16-3) beat LSU 64-60.
Auburn at South Carolina, 5:30 p.m.
(SEC Network)
17. Michigan State (13-5) lost to Ohio 7-9 66.
Texas A&M 19 17 16 24 —76 an argument to stay at No. 1, cent inside the arc. State (losses to Pittsburgh
State 65-55; beat No. 9 Maryland 77-60; lost to
Mississippi State at Kentucky, 6 p.m. (ESPN) Georgia 16 12 19 19 —66
Texas A&M at Florida, 7:30 p.m. (SEC Network) No. 20 Rutgers 76-62.
3-Point Goals—Texas A&M 6-14 (Carter too. The loss offered Cava- and Boston College ), No. 20
18. Iowa State (14-4) lost to West Virginia
Ole Miss at Alabama, 8 p.m. (ESPNU)
Wednesday’s Games 73-64; beat Oklahoma 104-78.
3-7, Washington 2-3, Wells 1-3, Walton 0-1),
Georgia 5-20 (Robinson 0-1, Cole 0-4, Con- The Syracuse loss came liers coach Tony Bennett a Oklahoma (Kansas State and
19. Arizona State (13-5) lost to No. 5
Tennessee at Vanderbilt, 6 p.m. (ESPN2)
Oregon 77-71; beat No. 10 Oregon State
nally 4-8, Johnson 0-2, Staiti 1-2, Caldwell 0-1, while missing freshman teachable moment even with
Georgia at LSU, 6 p.m. (SEC Network) Hose 0-1, Morrison 0-1). Assists—Texas A&M 7 Texas ) and No. 25 Indiana
Missouri at Arkansas, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Thursday’s Games
79-76, 2OT.
20. Rutgers (15-3) beat Purdue 65-63,
(Carter 3), Georgia 18 (Cole 9). Fouled Out—
Georgia Robinson. Rebounds—Texas A&M
starter Cam Reddish (ill- a veteran team that swept
No games scheduled OT; beat No. 17 Michigan State 76-62. 47 (Jones 21), Georgia 31 (Robinson 6). Total ness). Then the Blue Devils last year’s ACC regular-sea- (Nebraska and Purdue, each
Friday’s Games 20. Tennessee (12-5) lost to Alabama Fouls—Texas A&M 12, Georgia 17. Technical
No games scheduled 86-65. Fouls—Georgia Robinson 1. A—4,773. lost freshman point guard son and tournament titles: by 15-point margins).

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points, had what Coach Yo defined as good news. We are in a good place. Ev- “Our kids hung tough,” LSU coach and you look up and your five spot has 27
the play of the game with 4:45 left to eryone is excited. Everyone is excited to Nikki Fargas. “We changed up our de- (points), 11 (rebounds, and five blocks (on
play, getting tied up for a jump ball for represent Ole Miss.” fensive scheme. We really wanted to Thursday) and today have seven (points),
the Rebels. The steal forced a big team Ole Miss will travel to Nashville, Ten- make sure that we’re not leaving players nine (rebounds), and two (blocks).”
celebration on the baseline. Ole Miss nessee, to take on Vanderbilt on Thurs- wide open. We mixed up playing some Sophomore Jasmine Walker had 13
used that momentum and some timely day. It hasn’t won in Nashville since Jan. of our man, some of our matchup. Our points and five rebounds for Alabama.
free throw shooting to earn the victory. 8, 1987. Ole Miss will shoot for its first team did a nice job of being aggressive.” After the Lady Tigers stretched their
“Everyone loves winning,” three-game winning streak in the SEC LSU outscored Alabama 20-10 in the lead to 40-28 at the 7-minute, 28-second
McPhee-McCuin said. “When we win, since the 2014-15 season. second quarter and led by as many as 11 mark of the third quarter, the Crimson
it’s not hard to get them pumped up to “We’ve been through a lot,” points. Tide went on a 14-8 run to close the
get another one. The hardest one is the McPhee-McCuin said. “When you lose, Pointer took over the offense in the quarter and cut LSU’s lead to 48-42 en-
first one, and we got over that hump with you go through things, and you realize second quarter, scoring 13 points. tering the final period.
Kentucky.” that the only way out is together. We be- “For her to give us that type of perfor- With LSU leading 57-47 with 5:40 to
Crystal Allen, the SEC’s second-lead- lieve in each other, and the camaraderie mance in the paint, that set the tone for play, Johnson hit two free throws after
ing scorer entering the game at 18.5 is definitely growing each day.” us,” Fargas said of Pointer’s career day. she was fouled on a 3-pointer and a tech-
points per game, was held scoreless n LSU 62, Alabama 56: At Junior Cierra Johnson tied her ca- nical was issued to the LSU bench. The
for the first 27:15, but she still ended up Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Khayla Pointer reer-high with 27 points and went 14- spurt shrunk the Lady Tigers’ lead to 57-
with 14 points, seven assists and five re- scored a career-high 26 points and had for-16 from the free-throw line for the 52 with 3:37 remaining.
bounds. She was 8-for-8 from the free- six rebounds and three steals Sunday Crimson Tide. With 1:57 to go, a layup by sophomore
throw line in the fourth quarter. to lead the Lady Tigers (12-6, 3-3) past “You have to credit LSU,” Alabama Ariyah Copeland brought the Crimson
“It’s good to know that we’re trending the Crimson Tide (10-9, 2-4) at Coleman coach Kristy Curry said. “Things did not Tide within 57-54, but that was as close
upwards,” McPhee-McCuin said. “I still Coliseum. go their way earlier in the week and we as they managed.
believe we will probably play our best Faustine Aifuwa had 11 points and had some things going good for us earlier Alabama will travel to Fayetteville,
basketball in March. I believe that we’re eight boards. Ayana Mitchell added 10 in the week. I was disappointed. I think Arkansas, to take on the Arkansas at 7
a month behind most teams, but that’s points and had six rebounds. there is a big difference in today’s game, p.m. Thursday (SEC Network +).

Patriots Rams
Continued from Page 1B Continued from Page 1B
“We knew what our re- It was a sizzling offen- two weeks. was able to hang on to the about 70. Unbelievable.” makes it even more diffi-
cord was, but we didn’t let sive showing in the fourth An apparent muff football while stumbling The Superdome, which cult to take,” Brees said.
that dictate us,” said de- quarter after defense had by the usually reliable backward. Johnson hopped had been in uproar all af- “Because of this, I’m sure
fensive end Trey Flowers, been in charge most of the Julian Edelman on a up and celebrated by doing ternoon, suddenly turned there will be a lot of talk
who led a staunch charge way. Indeed, the Chiefs fourth-quarter punt re- the “Choppa Style” dance eerily silent. It was the about reviewing penalties,
on Patrick Mahomes. were blanked in the open- turn was overturned by popularized by New Orle- first home playoff loss perhaps game-changing
“Whatever happened in ing half for the first time a lengthy video review, ans rapper Choppa, whose for the Saints with Brees penalties.”
the regular season hap- all season. prompting raucous boo- namesake song had be- and coach Sean Payton, The Rams (15-3) and
pened. We came out and And they never saw the ing and some demon- come a Saints’ rallying cry who and been 6-0 in those their 32-year-old coach,
did it when it counted.” ball in overtime, which strative arguing from the and was even performed games since their pairing Sean McVay, capped a
Several times, the Pa- along with the two replay usually laid-back Andy during the halftime show. began in 2006. remarkable rise since
triots appeared to have it decisions might call into Reid. Edelman definitely The Rams weren’t able This one really hurt. moving back to Los Ange-
won, only to see Kansas play NFL rules and offici- touched his next try when to do much offensively, If the pass interference les three years ago. The
City (13-5) come back in ating. Brady’s pass deflected off but it didn’t matter. Zue- penalty had been called, team will be appearing in
spectacular fashion. “I thought if we got the his hands directly to safe- rlein booted through the the Saints could’ve run its first Super Bowl since
Brady, at 41 already chance,” Mahomes said, ty Daniel Sorensen. His winning field goal from most of the time off the the 2001 season, when the
the oldest quarterback “we’d score.” 22-yard return set up Kan- just inside midfield with clock to set up a winning “Greatest Show on Turf”
to have played in a Super Mahomes finished 16 sas City at the Patriots 23, plenty of room to spare. field goal from chip- was still in St. Louis.
Bowl, drove New England of 31 for 295 yards and and Damien Williams, The NFL said it the lon- shot range. A replay was The team hasn’t won
65 yards in 1:24 to Burk- three touchdowns. who scored three times, gest game-winning kick shown over and over on an NFL title in Los Ange-
head’s go-ahead 4-yard New England became had no defender near him in playoff history. the Superdome’s giant les since 1951, well before
touchdown with 39 sec- the third franchise to down the left sideline for “It’s unbelievable, man. I video boards, prompting the Super Bowl era. The
onds left in regulation. reach three Super Bowls the score that made it 21- can’t put it into words,” said some fans to toss trash on team moved to St. Louis
That was enough, though, in a row. And Belichick 17, KC’s first lead. Goff, who at 24 became the the field. in 1995, only to return to
for his far younger coun- now has 30 postseason Back came Brady, engi- youngest quarterback to “Being that it happened Southern California two
terpart, the 23-year-old victories, more than Bill neering a 75-yard march win an NFC title. “The de- right there in front of the decades later.
All-Pro Mahomes, to take Walsh and Don Shula on which Chris Hogan’s fense played the way they person who would be the “Shoot, I don’t even
the Chiefs 48 yards to combined. That Hall of diving one-handed catch did to force it to overtime. one to make the call, and know what day it is,”
Harrison Butker’s 39-yard Fame coaching duo also on third down appeared The defense gets a pick and everyone in the stands McVay said. “All I know
field goal with 8 seconds won five Super Bowls; Be- to touch the ground. Reid Greg makes a 57-yarder to saw it, everyone watching is we’re NFC champs,
left to force overtime. lichick shoots for No. 6 in challenged — and lost. win it. That was good from at home on TV saw it, that baby!”
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Officiating
Continued from Page 1B
Lewis early, he did so helmet most certainly never would have the Rams. They did a good job, look at that and arrive at their considering how many dozens
to helmet. Next weekend, we’ll come had the call on Robey-Cole- made the plays in the end when decision? It happened though.” of such calls stick with what on-
hear about Robey-Coleman man been made. And the fact the they needed to.” A few things happened in field officials determined?
being fined for the collision — defender led with his head into Plays that wouldn’t have ex- Kansas City, too, where the The Chiefs, perhaps in a
even though, incredibly, no flag Lewis’ helmet at a time when the isted if Bill Vinovich’s crew got Patriots won 37-31, also in over- dose of poetic justice, soon af-
was thrown. NFL is adamant that it’s doing it right. time. These had more to do ter intercepted a pass that went
“Came to the sideline, looked everything to get such hits out An argument often is made, with replay, with two critical off Edelman’s hands.
at the football gods and was of the sport should be even more and rightly so, that plays seen in calls going New England’s way But later in the quarter, Chris
like, ‘Thank you,’ ” Robey-Cole- maddening. slow motion become clearly ille- in the fourth quarter. Hogan attempted a one-handed
man said. “I got away with one “They felt like the players gal, but at full speed in an increas- The first, which required a catch on third down. Reid chal-
tonight.” — the player — arrived at the ingly fast and physical game, they lengthy video review, involved lenged, and replay indicated far
Such a big one that it kept same time that the ball did,” look OK. That contention has no Julian Edelman muffing a punt. more evidence the ground helped
the Rams alive. Instead of a first Saints coach Sean Payton said, place here; even at warp speed, The original call was that the Hogan make the catch than the
down and the chance to run trying to be diplomatic when he Robey-Coleman’s hit was obvi- bouncing ball touched him. previous review showed Edelman
down the clock before making a had every right to rant and rave. ously a penalty. Replays, even in stop motion, whiffed on the ball.
field goal, or score a touchdown “They didn’t feel like it was an NFL senior vice president of seemed inconclusive, which No matter. The catch was
for a bigger lead, the Saints interference call. officiating Al Riveron “couldn’t means the call will stand. upheld, and six plays later, Sony
wound up with Wil Lutz’s 31- “Look, it’s a tough way to believe” no penalty call was But Riveron and his staff in Michel scored a touchdown.
yard kick. That made it 23-20 lose a game, especially when called on the play, Payton said. New York saw enough evidence Chiefs linebacker Dee Ford
with 1:41 left in regulation, you’re in a position like that to “It’s tough to get over it,” that Edelman never made con- also went offside on the Patri-
plenty of time for the Rams to win it. It’s all the more reason Payton said. “My problem with tact with the football. Even Kan- ots’ final drive in regulation, ne-
march to Greg Zuerlein’s tying why we need more replay. We it is, I just don’t know, if we were sas City’s laid-back coach, Andy gating an interception by Char-
48-yard field goal. lose a chance to go to the Super playing pickup football in the Reid, became highly demon- varius Ward that could have
“Greg The Leg” won it with a Bowl with a call like that, it’s backyard ... it was as obvious strative with the overturned clinched a win. But there was
57-yarder in OT. His heroics al- just disappointing. But, credit a call — and how two guys can decision. Who could blame him little controversy there.

Comics & Puzzles


DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: DEAR TRYING and after a week with no sleep
It has been TO MOVE ON: I feel awful.
a little over Please accept my I have hinted to Jim about
two years since sympathy for the him staying with his son,
I lost my father loss of your fa- but he says “no.” The other
to leukemia. The ther. The inability siblings don’t offer because he
progression of his to find happiness is so critical. Everything we do
illness and death in things that has to be his way.
was rapid and used to bring I really need to tell him
unforeseen. It has you joy is one of he must stay elsewhere, but
the symptoms of I can’t seem to find the right
been a tremen-
clinical depres- words. My siblings say just
dous emotional sion. After two tell him. What should I do? —
ZITS strain on the fami-
ly, but I seem to
years, you should NEEDS MY SLEEP
be doing better DEAR NEEDS SLEEP: Just
be having a hard than you are. For tell him! Permit me to suggest
time “ending” that reason I’m a few phrases: “Jim, you will
my grieving and suggesting you have to make other arrange-
finding even
Dear Abby
discuss what’s ments when you come to town
simple happiness going on with you because you can no longer
in things I used to enjoy. I know with a psychiatrist, a doctor stay with us. Going without
the death of a loved one can who has the training and cer- sleep for a week while you use
change a person’s perspective tification to give you a definite my bed is affecting my health,
forever, but I’m wondering if diagnosis and medicate you, if so please return our house
my process has turned into necessary. Please don’t wait to key. We love you and would
something else. ask your doctor or your insur- like to visit with you while
I am somewhat prone to ance company for a referral. you’re here, and we hope you
depression (especially around DEAR ABBY: My brother understand.”
the winter months), but have lives in a different state, and Do not feel guilty for saying
GARFIELD stuck with my doctor’s orders every year he comes “home” any of it because you have
about medication and exercise for a week. I’m one of six been more than generous to
on a regular basis. I was in siblings who live in the area, your brother.
counseling, but that seemed but “Jim” always stays with us. DEAR READERS: Today, we
to reach its conclusion about a After the first time he stayed remember the birthday of Rev.
year ago. here he said, “I’ll just keep Martin Luther King Jr., who
I’m married with three won- your key for next year.” in 1968 was martyred in the
derful children, and I feel like I I love my brother, but this cause of civil rights. His philos-
could be a better husband and means giving him my bedroom ophy still rings true: “Darkness
father if I could figure out how for a week or more. We have cannot drive out darkness;
to move on. Abby, please help. no other bedrooms, so I have only light can do that. Hate
— TRYING TO MOVE ON to share with my husband and cannot drive out hate; only love
get no sleep. I’m in my 70s, can do that.”

CANDORVILLE Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Jan. to say yes? If it’s because LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Fit
21). You’ll have increased con- someone makes you feel as if matters today, pretty much
trol over your body, in all sorts you can’t say no, you’re being across the board. As it is with
of ways — flexibility, strength unduly pressured. Perhaps it’s clothes, just because they may
and, perhaps most impressively, time to recognize an imbalance technically be able to be worn
what comes out of your mouth. and set a boundary. doesn’t mean they fit well. In
Your words will be like magic GEMINI (May 21-June 21). relationships especially, there’s
keys you arrange skillfully and The muses are right above you a nice fit out there for you. Don’t
use to open realms once only — seeing what you see, only settle for less.
dreamed of. What you plant will from a slightly higher perspec- VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
be ready for the world in August. tive. They’ll whisper in your There have been times when
Pisces and Gemini adore you. ear about it all, too, like giddy you decided not to want be-
Your lucky numbers are: 7, 5, gossips. But the final interpre- cause wanting is a risk. Wanting
BABY BLUES 38, 2 and 18. tation? Well, that’s for you to sets a person up for possible
ARIES (March 21-April 19). decide. disappointment. The way to
Focus on building relationships. CANCER (June 22-July 22). want well is to want what’s best
Human capital is the only real There are times when you wish for all.
wealth in the end, and it will pay you didn’t feel things so acutely, LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
you in ways that make dollar but don’t equate strength with Inside a fast car, the scenery is
bills and gold bars seem incon- heartlessness. It is because a blur. To someone who’s very
sequential. you feel so deeply that you’ll be far away, the “fast” car seems
TAURUS (April 20-May stronger. Let yourself feel and to be inching along the land-
20). Why do you think you have you’ll find out the truth of this. scape. Since speed is relative,
only judge your own, and do it
by feel. A good pace is the pace
that seems right to the one
doing the moving.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
BEETLE BAILEY 21). If you could focus on
only one thing today, you’d do
well to focus on making sure
that people know how much
you appreciate them. Positive
interactions will make lasting
impressions.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). You have a feeling that the
best is yet to come, and you’re
absolutely right about that. Part
of the way you keep your opti-
mism up is by remembering the
good that’s already happened.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
MALLARD FILLMORE 19). Though of course you
could use anything at all as
a jumping-off place for your
imagination, it’s going to be an
easier, more joyful leap if you
follow your natural curiosity to
the inspiration.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). Though it may seem that
compliments are nice things to
give, it’s not always the case.
Be mindful of status dynam-
ics at play. Complimenting a
superior is particularly tricky. If
you’re not sure, err on the side
FAMILY CIRCUS of formality.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). When you’re tired, you
need to either relax or do the
opposite — get thrilled — be-
cause excitement jump-starts
your energy, too. You don’t
have to decide between the
two today, though. The universe
decides for you.

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omission of copy. Liability shall not exceed the cost of that portion of 1030 Air Conditioning & Heating
space occupied by such error. Sealed bids will be re- contact Plan1830 Tax Service thorized vendor.4090 Appliances
House 5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock 8150 Houses - Northside
1060 Appliance Repair
ceived by the Columbus Printing at (662) 407-
1860 Tree Service
• All questions regarding classified ads currently running should be Light and1070 4120 Auctions 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming 8200 Houses - East
AsphaltDepart-
Water & Paving 0193. 1890 Upholstery 4. Estimated cost of
directed to the Classified Department. ment, Columbus, Mis- item(s) and an 4150 Baby Articles
explana- 5300 Supplies/Accessories 8250 Houses - New Hope
1090 Automotive Services 1910 Welding
• All ads are subject to the approval of this paper. The Commercial sissippi 1120 in the second 4180 Bargain Column 5350 Veterinarians 8300 Houses - South
Building & RemodelingThe Columbus Light and tion why the amount to
Dispatch reserves the right to reject, revise, classify or cancel any floor conference room Water Department2000 Announcements be expended is con- 4210 Bicycles 5400 Wanted To Buy 8350 Houses - West
1150
at the Columbus LightCarpeting/Flooring hereby notifies all Bid- sidered reasonable:
advertising at any time. 4240 Building Materials 8450 Houses - Caledonia
and Water 1180Department,
Childcare 2050 Card
ders that it will affirmat-of Thanks
4250 Burial Plots
6000 Financial 8500 Houses - Other
420 4th 1210 AvenueChimneySouth,
Cleaning ively insure that 2100 Fraternal
in any& LodgeIt is estimated that the 6050 Business Opportunity
Advertisements must be purchase of the 4270
Columbus, 2150 Good Things To Eat Business Furniture & 8520 Hunting Land
1240MS 39703, contract entered
Contractors into soft- 6100 Business Opportunity Wanted
until 10:00 1250 A.M.,
ComputerLocal
Services pursuant to 2200 Memorial ware will be no moreEquipment
thisInadvert- 6120 Check Cashing
8550 Investment Property
paid for in advance. Time, on February 13,
2019, for 1270 isement, disadvant-
2250 Instruction &
Electrical all aged and women’s busi- plementation costs not
supplying
2300 Lostwill
& Found
than $55,000 and
School 4300im-
Camera Equipment
4330 Clothing
6150 Insurance
6200 Loans
8600 Lots & Acreage
8650 Mobile Homes
labor and1300 Excavating (as ness enterprises
materials be to exceed $150,000. 4360 Coins & Jewelry 8700 Mobile Home Spaces
You may cancel at any time during regular business hours specified)1320necessary Fitness Trainingfor afforded the2350 fullPersonals
oppor- The implementation is
4390 Computer Equipment
6250 Mortgages
8750 Resort Property
and receive a refund for days not published. the Annual 1330Contract for& Refinishing
Furniture Repair tunity to submit2400 Special
bids Notices
in estimated to take no 6300 Stocks & Bonds
Water and 1360Sewer Sys-
General Services response to 2600 invita- more than 10004420
thisTravel/Entertainment Farm Equipment & Supplies
hours 6350 Business for Sale
8800 River Property
tem Repair Work, Part A tion and will not be dis- of professional ser- 4450 Firewood 8850 Wanted to Buy

FREE SERVICES
1380 Housecleaning 3000 Employment
– Water System Repair criminated against
1390 Insulation
on vices. 4460 Flea Markets 7000 Rentals 8900 Waterfront Property
Work and Part C – Sew- the grounds 3050 Clerical col-
of race, & Office 4480 Furniture 7050 Apartments
1400 Insurance
er System Repair Work. or, or national 3100origin in
Data Processing/ 5. Explanation of the ef-
Computer 4510 Garage Sales 7100 Commercial Property
9000 Transportation
1410 Interior Decorators consideration an Help forts taken by the de-
forDomestic 9050 Auto Accessories/Parts
Bargain Column Ad must fit in 4 lines (approximatelyThe above 1440general
line of features
1470not
Jewelry/Watch
of
out-
the
Repair award.
LawninCare/Landscaping
3150 partment to determine
3170 Engineering this is the only source
4540 General Merchandise
4570 Household Goods
7150 Houses
7180 Hunting Land
9100 Auto Rentals & Leasing
9150 Autos for Sale
20 characters per line) and will run for 3 days. For items $100 or work does any The Engineer3200 is General
Neel- Help Wanted and the efforts used 4630 Lawn
to & Garden 7190 Land for Rent/Lease
9200 Aviation
less ONLY. More than one item may be in same ad, but prices way limit1500 theLocksmiths
responsib- Schaffer, Inc.,
1530Contractor
Machinery Repair
3250P.Management
O. Box Positions
obtain the best pos- 4660 Merchandise Rentals 7200 Mobile Homes
9250 Boats & Marine
ility of the to 2100, (23103300 Martin
Medical/Dental sible price:
may not total over $100, no relists. perform 1560 Mobile Home
all work and Services
fur- Luther King Jr. Drive),
4690 Musical Instruments 7250 Mobile Home Spaces
9300 Camper/R.V.’s
nish all labor, equip-
3350 Opportunity Information 4700 Satellites 7300 Office Spaces
Ellucian is the only au-
Free Pets Up to 4 lines, runs for 6 days. ment and
1590 Moving
1620materials
& Storage Columbus, Mississippi,
re-
Painting & Papering
quired by the specifica- No. (662)328-4460,
3400 Part-Time
39704, (39705) Phone thorized vendor of De-
3450 PositionsFax
Wantedgree Works and 4750
4720 Sporting Goods
Stereos & TV’s
Degree
7350 Resort Rentals
7400 River Property
9350 Golf Carts
9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
Lost & Found Up to 6 lines, ad will run for 6 days. tions and/or
ings referred
1650 PesttheControl
1680 Plumbing
draw-
to therein.
No. 3500
(662)328-8552. Professional Works Transfer Equival-
3550 Restaurant/Hotelency.
4780 Wanted To Buy 7450 Rooms
7500 Storage & Garages
9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment
9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
1710 Printing The Columbus 3600Light and
Sales/Marketing 9550 Wanted to Buy
These ads are taken by fax, e-mail or in person at CERTIFICATE
SPONSIBILITY:
OF RE-
1740 Roofing & Guttering Water Department
Each serves the 3650Trades
right to
re-
re-
Any person or entity that
objects and proposes
7520 Vacation Rentals
7550 Wanted to Rent
our office. Ads will not be take by telephone. 1770 Saws & Lawn Mowers
contractor submitting a ject any and3700Truck all bidsDriving
and that the commodity lis- 7600 Waterfront Property
bid in excess of to waive any informalit- ted is not sole source
$50,000.00 must show ies or irregularities and can be provided by
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 on hisNotices
Legal bid and 0010on the therein.
Legal Notices 0010 another person
Legal Notices 0010 or en- Lawn Care / Landscaping General Help Wanted 3200 Bargain Column 4180
face of the envelope tity shall submit a writ- 1470
The following vehicle TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF IN THE CHANCERY containing the bid, his BY: /s/ Todd Gale ten notice to: HEAVY EQUIPMENT TALL ADJUSTABLE book-
has been abandoned at SALE COURT OF LOWNDES Certificate of Respons- Todd Gale, General JESSE & BEVERLY'S SERVICE MECHANIC shelf. 4 shelves. Light
Shelton's Towing Inc., COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ibility Number, as re- Manager Angie Atkins LAWN SERVICE. Mow- with verifiable experi- color wood. $30 neg.
1024 Gardner Blvd., WHEREAS, on July 28, quired by Section 31-3- Columbus Light and Wa- Director of Resources ing, cleanup, landscap- ence, own tools and Lg. rectangle oak dining
Columbus, MS 39702. 2017, S.L. Properties IN THE MATTER OF THE 21 and 21-3-15, Missis- ter Department Management ing, sodding, & tree cut- clean MVR. Submit room table. $70 neg.
L.L.C., executed a cer- ESTATE OF MAUD sippi Code of 1972. If asatkins@muw.edu ting. 356-6525. resume by fax to Call 662-242-3518.
2006 Buick LaCerne tain Deed of Trust to Mi- FIELDS, DECEASED the bid does not ex- DATES OF PUBLICA- 662-492-4490
CXL chael S. MacInnis, ceed $50,000.00, a TION: Subject Line must read or email to: jm.site Farm Equipment & Supplies
Vin# Trustee for Southern CAUSE NO: 2018-0135- notation so stating January 14, 2019 “Sole Source Objection” Painting & Papering 1620 masters@yahoo.com
1G4HR57Y46U238190 Bancorp Bank, benefi- DWC must appear on the January 21, 2019 The notice shall con- 4420
ciary, which Deed of face of the envelope. tain a detailed explana- SULLIVAN'S PAINT
This vehicle will be put Trust was recorded in BETTY M. FIELDS tion of why the commod- SERVICE Medical / Dental 3300 2016 JOHN Deere
Mississippi University Certified in lead 5100E Tractor, 210
up for sale on the 5th the office of the Chan- BROWN PETITIONER EVIDENCE: No bid will for Women ity is not a sole source
day of February, 2019 cery Clerk of Lowndes be opened, considered procurement. Appropri- removal. Offering spe- HELP WANTED hours. $40,500.
at 10:00am at County, Mississippi in NOTICE OF ADMINIS- or accepted unless the Notice of Proposed Sole ate documentation shall cial prices on interior & Also, 2016 15ft
Shelton's Towing, Inc., Book 2017 at Page TRATRIX TO CREDIT- above information is giv- Source Purchase also be submitted if ap- exterior painting, pres- CARE CENTER OF Kubota Bush hog avail.
1024 Gardner Blvd., 18248; and, ORS OF MAUD FIELDS, en as specified. plicable. sure washing & sheet ABERDEEN 205-329-1790.
Columbus, MS 39702. DECEASED rock repairs.
Mississippi University Free Estimates
WHEREAS, default hav- Proposals shall be for Women (MUW) anti- If after a review of the RN SUPERVISOR General Merchandise 4600
sealed and deposited Call 435-6528 M-F, 8A-4:30P
PUBLISH: 1/14, 1/21, ing been made in the Letters of Administra- cipates purchasing the submitted notice and
& 1/28/2019 terms and conditions of tion having been gran- with the Columbus Light item(s) listed below as documents, Mississippi APPLE COMPUTERS
said Deed of Trust and ted on the 29th day of and Water Department a sole source purchase. University for Women LPN 3P - 11P Two 2009 iMac com-
prior to the hour and (MUW) determines that Stump Removal 1790 LPN 11P - 7A puters available. Good
the entire debt secured October 2018, by the Anyone objecting to this
thereby having been de- Chancery Clerk of date herein before des- purchase shall follow the commodity in the working condition.
TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF clared to be due and Lowndes County, Mis- ignated. No bidder may the procedures outlined proposed sole source Apply in person at Would be good for ba-
SALE payable in accordance sissippi, to the under- withdraw his bid within below. request can be provided Care Center sic web browsing or
with the terms of said signed Administratrix of ninety (90) days after by another person or en- 505 Jackson St, word processing. 2Ghz;
WHEREAS, on July 28, Deed of Trust, South- the Estate of Maud the actual date of the 1. Commodity or com- tity, then MUW will with- Aberdeen 2 GB RAM; 250 GB HD.
2017, S.L. Properties ern Bancorp Bank, the Fields, deceased, in opening thereof. modities to be pur- draw the sole source re- EOE Computer and built-in
L.L.C., executed a cer- legal holder of said in- Cause No: 2018-0135- chased (make, model, quest publication from monitor only; mouse
tain Deed of Trust to Mi- debtedness, having re- DWC on the Docket of Awarding public con- description): the procurement portal and keyboard not in-
quested the under- the Chancery Court of tracts to non-resident website and submit the ALLSTUMP GRINDING Professional 3500 cluded. $50 each.
chael S. MacInnis, SERVICE
Trustee for Southern signed Trustee to ex- Lowndes County, Mis- Bidders will be on the Ellucian’s Degree procurement of the com- Call 662-574-1561
ecute the trust and sell sissippi, First Judicial same basis as the non- Works, Ellucian Degree modity to an advertised GET 'ER DONE! MS NOTARY seeks an
Bancorp Bank, benefi- We can grind all your attorney to collect her
ciary, which Deed of said land and property District, notice is hereby resident bidder’s state Works Transfer Equival- competitive bid or selec- H&H tool box for stand-
in accordance with the given to all persons hav- awards contracts to tion process. stumps. Hard to reach personal files, notes,
Trust was recorded in ency, Implementation, places, blown over and court orders. Addi- ard size truck. $195.
the office of the Chan- terms of said Deed of ing claims against said Mississippi Contractors Degree Works Scribing Call 662-889-2116.
Trust and for the pur- estate to present the bidding under similar cir- If MUW determines after roots, hillsides, back- tional tasks may be
cery Clerk of Lowndes services, and Project yards, pastures. Free needed. Respond:
County, Mississippi in pose of raising the same to the Clerk of the cumstances. In order to Management. The pur- review that there is only
sums due thereunder, Chancery Court of ensure that one (1) source for the estimates. You find it, ATTORNEY BASS BOAT, 15ft, 70hp
Book 2017 at Page chase will entail Ellu- we'll grind it! PO Box 2031 Yamaha.
18263; and, together with attorney's Lowndes County, Mis- Mississippi’s Golden cian services for imple- required commodity,
Rule is followed, state 662-361-8379 Columbus, MS 39704 Riding mowers - 2.
fees, trustee's fees and sissippi, First Judicial mentation, scribing, and then MUW will appeal to Garden Tiller.
WHEREAS, default hav- expense of sale. District, for probate and law requires a non-resid- project management. the Public Procurement
registration according to ent bidder to attach to Review Board. MUW will 662-418-8984 or 662-
ing been made in the Tree Services 1860 Truck Driving 3700 552-1400.
terms and conditions of NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mi- the law within ninety his bid, a copy of 2. Explanation of the have the burden of prov-
said Deed of Trust and chael S. MacInnis, (90) days from the date his/her resident state’s need to be fulfilled by ing that the commodity A&T Tree Service CLASS A CDL DRIVER
the entire debt secured Trustee in said Deed of of the first publication current laws pertaining this item(s), how is it is only provided by one Bucket truck & stump with Truck & Lowboy Lawn & Garden 4630
thereby having been de- Trust, will on the 12th hereof, or they will be to such state’s treat- unique from all other op- (1) source. removal. Free est.
ment of non-resident Trailer experience to
clared to be due and day of February 2019, forever barred. tions, and why it is the Serving Columbus load, haul, & unload RED OAK & White Oak
payable in accordance offer for sale at public contractors. only one that can meet PUBLISH: 1/14 & since 1987. Senior Firewood For Sale. Pull
1/21/2019 heavy construction
with the terms of said outcry and sell within This the 31st day of the specific needs of citizen disc. Call Alvin @ equipment. Overnight behind leaf rake for
Deed of Trust, South- legal hours (being December, 2018. Each Bidder must de- the department: 242-0324/241-4447 travel required. Only $150. 662-242-7455.
ern Bancorp Bank, the between the hours of posit with his proposal, "We'll go out on a limb
11:00 a.m. and 4:00 BETTY M. FIELDS a Bid Bond or Certified Building & Remodeling 1120 qualified applicants with
legal holder of said in- Mississippi University for you!" clean MVR, current Sporting Goods 4720
debtedness, having re- p.m.), at the Front Door BROWN, Check in an amount for Women currently HOME REPAIRS & CON-
equal to five percent medical examiner’s
quested the under- of the Lowndes County Administratrix of the Es- owns Ellucian’s Banner STRUCTION WORK certificate and no acci- ED SANDERS Gunsmith
signed Trustee to ex- Courthouse, located at tate of Maud Fields, De- (5%) of $50,000.00, product. The Ellucian WANTED. Carpentry, VICKERS TREE dents need apply. Fax Open for season! 9-5,
ecute the trust and sell 515 2nd Avenue North, ceased payable to the Colum- Degree Works and De- small concrete jobs, SERVICE, LLC Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat.
bus Light and Water De- gree Works Transfer resume to 662-492-
said land and property Columbus, Mississippi electrical, plumbing, Tree trimming and re- 4490 or email to jm.site Over 50 years experi-
in accordance with the to the highest and best Prepared by: partment, as bid secur- Equivalency is tightly in- roof repairs, pressure moval. Fully insured. ence! Repairs, cleaning,
ity. The successful bid- tegrated with Ellucian masters@yahoo.com
terms of said Deed of bidder for cash the fol- Jay Howard Hurdle washing and mobile Free estimates. refinishing, scopes
Trust and for the pur- lowing described prop- (MSB# 103012) der will be required to Banner for the purpose home roof coating and *Now Accepting Credit mounted & zeroed,
pose of raising the erty situated in Lowndes Hurdle Law Firm PLLC furnish a Payment Bond of degree planning and underpinning. No job & Debit Cards* Bargain Column 4180 handmade knives.
sums due thereunder, County, State of Missis- 100 North Lafayette St. and Performance Bond advising. Ellucian is the too small. 549-7031. Call Curt 662-418-0889 Located: Hwy 45 Alt,
together with attorney's sippi, to-wit #2 each in the amount of only authorized vendor or 662-549-2902 ALL WOOD King size North of West Point,
fees, trustee's fees and Starkville, MS 39759 $50,000.00. of Degree Works and “A cut above the rest” bed, frame w/ tall hdbd, turn right on Yokahama
expense of sale. Lot No. 7 of Pinelawn 662.546.0588 phone Degree Works Transfer SUGGS CONSTRUCTION rails & ftbd. $50. Long Blvd, 8mi & turn left on
Subdivision, a subdivi- 662.796.3165 fax Bid documents are be- Equivalency. Missis- Building, remodeling, wood dresser. Heavy. Darracott Rd, will see
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mi- sion of Lowndes County, jay@hurdlelawfirm.com ing made available via sippi University for Wo- metal roofing, painting General Help Wanted 3200 Lots of room. $50 neg. sign, 2.5mi ahead shop
chael S. MacInnis, Mississippi, as shown original paper copy. Plan men was awarded a & all home repairs. Call 662-364-0606. on left. 662-494-6218.
Trustee in said Deed of by plat or map of said PUBLICATION DATES: holders are required to U.S. Department of Edu- 662-242-3471 PART TIME OFFICE
Trust, will on the 12th subdivision in Plat Book 1/14, 1/21, & register for an account cation, Title III, grant for ADMIN/SECRETARY
day of February 2019, 1 at Page 87 of the re- 1/28/2019 at www.neel-schaffer- the specific purchase of needed for
offer for sale at public cords in the office of plans.com to view and Tom Hatcher, LLC small church.
this product which in- Custom Construction,
outcry and sell within the Chancery Clerk of ADVERTISEMENT FOR order Bid Documents. cludes implementation, Monday & Wednesday,
Lowndes County, Mis- All plan holders are re- Restoration, Remodel- 16 hours per week.
legal hours (being BIDS scribing, and project ing, Repair, Insurance
between the hours of sissippi. quired to have a valid management. Tech and social media
claims. 662-364-1769.
11:00 a.m. and 4:00 COLUMBUS LIGHT AND email address for regis- Licensed & Bonded
skills required.
p.m.), at the Front Door Subject to restrictive WATER DEPARTMENT tration. Bid documents 3. Name of company/in- For more info, call
of the Lowndes County covenants and condi- ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR are non-refundable and dividual selling the item 662-574-1972
Courthouse, located at tions and easements as WATER AND SEWER must be purchased and why that source is General Services 1360
515 2nd Avenue North, set forth in that certain SYSTEM REPAIR WORK through the website. For the only possible source Position Announcement
Columbus, Mississippi Deed dated June 14, questions regarding that can provide the re- Babysitting & tutoring. Town of Caledonia, MS
to the highest and best 1950 and filed for re- PART A – WATER SYS- website registration and quired item(s): Certified in most sub- Chief Marshal
bidder for cash the fol- cord in Book 216 at TEM REPAIR WORK online orders, please jects. Call 662-574-
lowing described prop- Page 14 in the Land Re- PART C – SEWER SYS- contact Plan House Degree Works and De- 0426. The Town of Caledonia
erty situated in Lowndes cords of Lowndes TEM REPAIR WORK Printing at (662) 407- gree Works Transfer is seeking a full time
County, State of Missis- County, Mississippi. COLUMBUS, MISSIS- 0193. Equivalency is an Ellu- Chief Marshal to work
sippi, to-wit SIPPI cian product, therefore EXPERIENCED days and nights as
I WILL CONVEY only The Columbus Light and Ellucian, is the only au- CAREGIVER needed, and is respons-
Lot No. 70 in Chilcutt such title as is vested Sealed bids will be re- Water Department thorized vendor. in need of work. ible for supervising all
Subdivision, as shown in me as Trustee. ceived by the Columbus hereby notifies all Bid- *Day/Night marshal department
in Subdivision Plat Book Light and Water Depart- ders that it will affirmat- 4. Estimated cost of Contact 662-574-5181. personnel. The candid-
2 at Page 4 in the of- WITNESS MY SIGNA- ively insure that in any Ref. on Request. ate will plan, schedule,
ment, Columbus, Mis- item(s) and an explana- coordinate, and direct
fice of the Chancery TURE, this the 16th day sissippi in the second contract entered into tion why the amount to
of January, 2019 pursuant to this advert- be expended is con- the daily activities of the
Clerk of Lowndes floor conference room FREE TRAINING for officers while providing
County, Mississippi; at the Columbus Light isement, disadvant- sidered reasonable:
Michael S. MacInnis, aged and women’s busi- JOB SEEKING WOMEN; for the protection of

Call
subject to the restrict- and Water Department, COMPUTER TRAINING, lives and property, pre-
ive covenants filed for Trustee for 420 4th Avenue South, ness enterprises will be It is estimated that the RESUME WRITING, & IN- vention of crime and en-
record in Book 246 at Southern Bancorp Bank Columbus, MS 39703, afforded the full oppor- purchase of the soft-
TERVIEW SKILLS; forcement of laws and
Page 221 of the Land until 10:00 A.M., Local tunity to submit bids in ware will be no more Tues & Thurs Evening ordinances within the
Records of Lowndes Rawlings & MacInnis, Time, on February 13, response to this invita- than $55,000 and im-
P.A. tion and will not be dis- plementation costs not classes start February town limits. The Chief
County, Mississippi, 2019, for supplying all

328-2424
5th. Enroll now at Chris- Marshal will be held ac-
subject also to ease- P.O. Box 1789 labor and materials (as criminated against on to exceed $150,000. tian Women's Job countable to the Mayor
ment for utilities across Madison, Ms. 39130 specified) necessary for the grounds of race, col- The implementation is Corps. Min H.S. Dip- and Board of Alderper-
the rear five feet of said 601-898-1180 the Annual Contract for or, or national origin in estimated to take no loma or Equivalent re- sons for the effective
lot and easement for Water and Sewer Sys- consideration for an more than 1000 hours quired. Call 662-722- delivery of police ser-
gas line across the front Dates of Publication: tem Repair Work, Part A award. of professional ser- 3016 or 662-597-1030 vices to the town.
five feet of said lot. January 21, 28, Febru- – Water System Repair vices.
ary 4, 11, 2019 Work and Part C – Sew- The Engineer is Neel- Submit applications, to place an ad in the
I WILL CONVEY only er System Repair Work. Schaffer, Inc., P. O. Box 5. Explanation of the ef- RETAINER WALL, drive- complete with resume
such title as is vested 2100, (2310 Martin forts taken by the de-
Luther King Jr. Drive), way, foundation, con- and salary require-
in me as Trustee. The above general out- partment to determine crete, masonry restora- ments to:
line of features of the Columbus, Mississippi, this is the only source
WITNESS MY SIGNA- work does not in any 39704, (39705) Phone and the efforts used to tion, remodeling, base-
ment foundation, re- Town of Caledonia
way limit the responsib- No. (662)328-4460, Fax obtain the best pos-
TURE, this the 16th day
of January, 2019 It’s a classified ility of the Contractor to No. (662)328-8552. sible price:
pairs, small dump truck Attn: Lindy Thomason
hauling (5-6 yd) load & PO Box 100
Michael S. MacInnis, rule-of-thumb: perform all work and fur-
nish all labor, equip- The Columbus Light and Ellucian is the only au-
demolition/lot cleaning. Caledonia MS. 39740
Burr Masonry townhall@cableone.net How else are you
Trustee for Water Department re- fax: 662-356-4117
We tell readers ment and materials re-
quired by the specifica- serves the right to re-
thorized vendor of De- 662-242-0259.
Southern Bancorp Bank
what they need tions and/or the draw- ject any and all bids and
gree Works and Degree
Works Transfer Equival- Deadline for applica- going to sell that
Rawlings & MacInnis, ings referred to therein. to waive any informalit- ency. WORK WANTED: tions is January 23,
P.A.
P.O. Box 1789 to know to buy CERTIFICATE OF RE-
ies or irregularities
therein.
Licensed & Bonded-car- 2019.
Any person or entity that pentry, painting, & de-
stuff in your
Madison, Ms. 39130
601-898-1180 what they need. SPONSIBILITY: Each
contractor submitting a BY: /s/ Todd Gale
objects and proposes molition. Landscaping,
that the commodity lis- gutters cleaned, bush CONTRACTOR SEEKING
garage?
bid in excess of Todd Gale, General ted is not sole source hogging, clean-up work, experienced carpenter
Dates of Publication: $50,000.00 must show Manager cdispatch.com and can be provided by pressure washing, mov- with lots of experience.
January 21, 28, Febru- on his bid and on the Columbus Light and Wa- another person or en- ing help & furniture
ter Department Please call:
ary 4, 11, 2019 face of the envelope tity shall submit a writ- repair. 662-242-3608 662-570-9464 for info.
containing the bid, his ten notice to:
6B Monday, January 21, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
Business Opportunity 6050 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Houses For Rent: Northside Houses For Sale: Southside Lots & Acreage 8600
7110 8300
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN NEWLY RENOVATED 2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
Columbus: 411 Main 3-4BR/1.5BA. Large 2BR HOUSE. Stove, ref., 2BR/1BA Gas stove & 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of
St. Office, Retail, Res- backyard, HUD accep- w/d hookup, window heat. Move-in ready. 1 Lake Lowndes Road.
taurant Space available. ted duplex apartment a/c, heat electric. BR Apt. attached that Has asphalt drive &
Call 423-333-1124. at 1010 6th Ave. N. $485/mo. Lease- needs work. $21,000. parking, 1200 ft. shop
Call 662-425-0332. dep.+credit check. Cole- 417 17th St. S. w/ living area, septic
Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 man Realty. 329-2323. Call 662-327-8712. tank & water meter. No
trailers. $45,000. Call
520 11TH Street North-
2BR/1BA, updated, COLEMAN COLONIAL TOWN- Houses For Sale: West 8350
662-574-0345.
brick, central H&A, ap- RENTALS HOUSES. 2 & 3 bed- 250 ACRE pine planta-
pliances, flooring, paint. TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS tion with 10 to 16 year
$450/month. NO pets. room w/ 2-3 bath town- FSBO: 3BR/2BA in May-
old trees, prime deer
NO HUD. Credit check. 1 BEDROOM houses. $600 to $695.
662-549-9555. Ask for
hew, 1551 Garth Rd.
Close to Columbus, hunting, ideal for hunt-
Call Long & Long, Re-
altors @ 662-328-0770. 2 BEDROOMS Glenn or text. Starkville & West Point. ing club, $1500/acre,
will divide, Monroe
Available NOW. 3 BEDROOMS New HVAC, 1.7 acres,
large metal bldg incl. County. 662-369-3778,
FOX RUN COMPANY LLC HOUSE WITH APART- $139,000. 662-418- or 662-256-5838.
LEASE,
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1 & 2 BR near hospital. MENT NEAR MUW. 8984 or 662-552-1400.


LAMAR CO. 99+/-
$595-645/mo. Military DEPOSIT 323 13th St. N. 3 Blks
from MUW. L/r, d/r, acres. Near Kennedy.
discount offered, pet
area, pet friendly, and AND b/r, kitchen, large f/r Investment Property 8550 Paved Rd. Small creek,
furnished corporate w/ fireplace, 2BR/3BA. timber. $198,000.
apartments available. CREDIT CHECK Laundry room, outside GRAVEL FOR SALE on 662-327-2656.
ON SITE SECURITY. fenced patio, screened private property. Approx
ON SITE MAINTENANCE.
ON SITE MANAGEMENT. 662-329-2323 side porch & work room
WITH ATTACHED APART-
6 acres. Will sell or
lease property located
LOWNDES COUNTY 45
acres on Sobley & Dav-
24-HOUR CAMERA MENT B/r, d/r, kitchen in NE Noxubee County. is Rd. Excellent hunting.
SURVEILLANCE. & bathroom. NO HUD. 601-405-3717. 1 mile west of Hwy. 69.

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Benji @ 662-386-4446 2411 HWY 45 N Ref. req. Dep. req. Small creek runs thru YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
property. $1375 per
Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. COLUMBUS, MS Pets allowed w/ extra
Sunday’s answer
Sat/Sun by appt only.
PEAR ORCHARD APTS
dep. $1075/mo.
662-386-7506.
Lots & Acreage 8600 acre. 205-799-9846 or
205-695-2248. Sudoku
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2BR Townhouse - $585, Excellent building site, WINTER SPECIAL
W/D incl. Great loca- Rent 7100 Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 1.95 acre lots. a 9x9 grid
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9x9 grid with several
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TIES/Retail/Office district. $15,000. 10% down, as low as
fee. 662-328-9471 or Hope school dist. $299/mo. Eaton Land. given numbers.
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662-889-7565. Spaces starting @ $500/mo & $500 dep. 662-356-6035.
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$285/mo. Downtown & Call between 10a-7p.
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to 9 in thethe numbers
empty spaces
Apts For Rent: West 7050 East Columbus loca- 662-386-4292. 1sotothat
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Classifieds only once. The difficulty
conditioner & bathroom. West Lowndes school only once. The difficulty 3 4 7 1 5 6 9 8 2
$400/mo. Located in district. $485/mo + Garage Sale Homes for Sale level increases from
Apartments Caledonia. Call 662- $485 dep. 662-242- Auto for Sale Apartments for Rent
level increases from
Monday to Sunday. 5 9 6 8 2 4 3 1 7
574-0082. 7653 or 662-308-7781. Monday to Sunday.
& Houses Difficulty Level 1/19
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1 Bedrooms OFFICE SPACE: 2,000


RENT A fully equipped Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
square feet. 294
2 Bedroooms Chubby Dr. Flexible leas- camper w/utilities &
3 Bedrooms ing terms. Available
now. 662-328-8254.
cable from $145/wk -
$535/month. Colum-
Take down NEW 2017, 16x80 MH
@ The Grove, Colum-
bus & County School bus. 3BR/2BA, never
Furnished &
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
locations. 662-242- that “for rent” lived in, can be moved.
Unfurnished 7653 or 601-940-1397. New Hope Sch. Dist.

1, 2, & 3 Baths
Columbus Office, Retail,
Restaurant Space avail- sign and get $29k. 662-769-2565.
able. Call 662-328- Rooms For Rent 7450 Autos For Sale 9150
Lease, Deposit 8655 or 662-574-7879.
WEST POINT:
fast results
& Credit Check 1965 MUSTANG, Red,

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Room - $120/wk.
Furnished w/ furn., with an easy Automatic, 6cyl, A/C &
power steering.

327-8555
appl, utilities & cable. $16,000.
662-295-4701. classified ad. 662-386-2367.

Apts For Rent: Caledonia 7060 Houses For Sale: Northside


Call today
1991 MERCEDES 500
SL. Serviced as re- Sunday’s Cryptoquote:
8150 quired. 106k miles,
3BR/1BA Duplex. No
Smoking. No Pets. 1 yr.
lease. $550/month +
CONVENIENT 3BR/2BA
512 Lincoln Rd. New
to place 2 tops. Excellent buy!
$12,500. 662-356-
deposit. 662-356-4958 6035.
or 662-574-0227.
paint, flooring, brick
shop, fenced backyard your ad.
& patio. Zoned commer- 2013 CHEVY Cruze.

328-2424
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 cial, can be home/of- Good condition. 100k
fice. Call 662-328-9634 miles. Black, 4-door.
1BR/1BA Apts for rent. $5,450. Call Ed @
for more information.
College Manor Apts, dir- 662-574-0082.
ectly across from MUW.
Completely renovated, Apts For Rent: Other 7080
SUPER CHARGED 2004
incl granite countertops, Monte Carlo SS. Dale
SS appls & W/D. 12 mo Jr. Signature Edition.
lease, dep req, $650/ $3500. 662-570-2601.
mo. 662-425-3817.
2BR/1BA located in Campers & RVs 9300
Historic Downtown TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
Columbus. 2,000 sqft. located on Wilkins Wise
Hardwood floors Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
throughout. Open floor. Hookups available.
Very nice. Incl W&D. $300/mo. 662-328-
$1200/mo. Call 8655 or 662-574-7879.
662-328-8655.
DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, Five Questions:
Find
CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
historic district, 1 block
from downtown, $625/
mo. + $625 dep. NO
1 The Super
PETS. 662-574-8789.
Peaceful & Quiet area. What Soaker
FIRST FULL MONTH
RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed-
room Apts/Townhomes.
You’re
Stove & refrigerator.
$335-$600 Monthly.
Credit check & deposit.
Looking 2 Flames
For
Coleman Realty,
662-329-2323.
1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- 3 Mom Jeans
ments & townhouses.
Call for more info.
662-328-8254.
In
DOWNTOWN LOFT.
Very big, nice 1 bed-
4 Bell-bottoms
room. Wood floors, lots
of windows. $700 per CLASSIFIEDS
5 Bigfoot
month. Call Stewart,
662-364-1610. www.cdispatch.com
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