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Hodges Pace Delta 21-12 Wins 33-6 team Louisiana Tech. Florida ASM,. which frounccc Saturday night, 62-6, was first in UPI's Email college football poll, one point ahead Southern. lisa pV defeated Livingston of Alabama in a road game night, .7-0, while Mississippi College was beaten 9-6, Jefferson City, Terra., by Carson-Newman. Carson-Newman. Jackson .State won the Southwest Athletic Conference championship by beating Texas Southern, 26-J.3, and Alcom beat Mississippi Vocational, 23-13. Delia And East Tangle This Week For JC Loop Title By United Press International Delta and East Mississippi tan gle this weekend in:a story-book [Irtish to the 1962 Mississippi junior junior college football race. The win- er will be the conference cham SCHEDULE t«l»Bi*) by Station* INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLED PROMPTLY GUARANTEED AGAINST LEAKAGE Paint * Glass Co Hwy. E E. Ph. ED 2-KM 7--CABLE 7 For A 3iOO Q Youn For A Song . 3,30 Who Tov Tru Jane VYyman . 4,00 Stqueil TV.e, 4,30 Space: Angol . 5;00 Diicovery Out Unlverte 5,25 Newitand- TaVe a Breax 5,30 Medk ' In Court 6-00 Newi' Seven Keyi Quartet 12-CABLE I Calender 12,30 Al The V, ·; · . · Turm McCoyi l,M Pauworf i-Gladyi 1,30 }l9i.-tepoity Life 2,00 Milllonalr- Search toi 12,00 Wea Aim Mcxe Muile 2,30 To Tell The 3,00 Secret Storm .1,00 "Jane Wymm . A week ago, it was anyone's juess as lo which team would win the title. Five were locked for :he league leadership. Bui the smoke was ' cleared away this past week when-three of the five were upset while Delta and East Mississippi posted come- "rom-behind triumphs. East Edges Holmes Fullback Buddy Hodges 'scored! all Ihree of Delta's touchdowns In a-21-12 win over Northwest Sal- Jrday night. Easl KUsissippi had edged H o l m e s , 8-5 Thursday night. It was the seventh win for each team. Upset in efforts to posl Iheir seventh viclories were Perkinston, defending champion Pearl River and Copiah-Lincoln. Jones defeated Perkins ion, 18-7, Southwest stopped Copiah-Lincoln. 20-14 and Hinds rolled past Pearl River, 28-18. In the other match, Itawamba handed East Central its eighth defeat, 14-6. Joey Archer Wins Over Nick Leahy NEW TORK (UPI)-Irish Joey Archer, New .York middleweight, today was assigned Jan. 5 as Ihe dale for another Macfison Square jaTden television fight because of his lopsided-victory over Nick Leahy of.Ireland al the Garden Saturday night. Matchmaker Teddy Brenner said, '"I'll try to match Joey with 3 aul Fender, Terry Downes : of England.or Denny Moyer." .Archer, weighing 159V5 to Leahy's 155'/$, floored Leahy three limes. . i Leahy, who hi I the deck once in the sixth round and twice'in the seventh, rallied, magnificently Jn the "ninth and. 10th with a. head- Jong attack that threatened to fell Archer, the. 13-5 favorite. - ."· ig 10 Stars Aid Win For Zephyrs By United Press International Walt ..Bellamy and .Terry Dis- :hinger, a pair of former Big Ten inference rivals, ' clicked as :eammales Sunday night to hall six-game Chicago'Zephyr losing With Moreen 4,30 S.OO /lUrrle .TUMI . 5,30 Yogi En/ 6,00 Newi "PIT" BAR-B-Q Plates -- Takflome-PalM 4-S2JI ---·- Curb Service BAR-B-Q DRIVE IN Orrfera Come From Behind To Defeat Rangers Here . . ' ; . B y CHARLES S . KERG R OSEDALE'S fleet quarterback Johrv Garrisbn dislocated dislocated a finger in the first quarter,'returned second half and paired with Itta Bena's Buddy sparked. Mississippi Delta Junior College of Moorhead to a come from behind 21-12 victory over Northwest Junior College of Senatobia before 4, in an Exchange Club sponsored thriller at Greenville High Stadium Saturday night, ' The Blue and White clad Rangers Rangers coached by Jimmy Vincent ot Indianola, twice held.Ihe lead in a hard-fought game with Coach Jim Randall's Moorhead team. The Rangers scored early in the Jirst quarter and the Vincentmen, who entered the game as the underdogs, underdogs, had the best of the first half. Rangers Score First Ranger scoring came first when Ihe Senatobia team recovered a fumbled punt by Joe Dean Shannon Shannon of Delta on Ihe Trojans' 40- yard line. . Three plays later speedy quarterback Billy Gold of Ihe Rangers bulleled a pass to halfback Tommy Hill on Delta's 16. Gold and \V. A. Sanders moved moved on down to the 11. Then Gold fired a 11-yard pass to halfback Chuck Respess in the end zone that was partly blocked by a Trojan Trojan defender and fell into Respess' arms. Greenwood's 220-pound guard, David Sellers, "blocked Gold's try for the extra point from placement. Three minutes and .30 second were left to play .n.the first quarter when the scoring scoring was completed: In the second quarter the Rangers Rangers threatened again. A fumble was recovered on Delta's 28. W. A. Sanders of Hernando grabbec an 18 yard pass from his fellow townsman, Billy Gold, on t h e Trojans' 10. Three plays nettec only '2' yard and Gold's try for a field goal from the 8 was blocked. blocked. itreak. Bellamy (Indiana) 'and Dis- Dugger and Gold moved to he 1-yard line and with 30 sec- nds remaining in the period full- ack Prenliss Lance smashed ov- · for Ihe score. Gold's place- lent for the extra point was low nd Northwest was again in froni :-S. Delta Roars Back Mississippi Delta roared back nd got possession when Ranger's uarterback Gold punted out of xmnds to the Delta 46. Two plays ater the brilliant Garrison 9 yards to the Northwest 25 yard ne before he was iree Rangers. Then the powerful nd determined Buddy Hodges roke loose for 25 yards ouchdown and knotted the t 12-12. Shumaker placekicked be extra point and the Trojans orged ahead for the first time of lie game, 13-12 with 10 nd 46 seconds left in the game. Still later in the fourth Northwest punted from the Rang- rs' 47 and the ball n the Mississippi Delta 3-yard ine. Garrison and Hodges quick- y picked up first down on the Delta 17-yard line. Garrison Races 76 Yards Garrison, No. 15, oh a keeper Northwest held a slimp 6-0 leat at half lime and as the rest perioi ended there came a ; renevvet cheer from Trojans backers as Garrison, the sparkplug of the Delta offense, trotted out on the field to start the second half. He had_ gone to a physicians' clinic thinger (Purdue) combined for 55 [Minis to surprise the Los Angeles Lakers, 109-105, las Angeles. In a doubleheader at St. Louis the Boston Celtics Defeated Ihe and. his dislocated finger was mended. Garrison, Hodges Take Over .Garrison and. Hodges Ihen took cqjrjrnarid after taking a Ranger's opening .kickoff back on -their own 27.- Hodges and Garrison moved to : Rangers' 49. Garrison racec down to the Northwest 31. On four straight carries Hodges drove to the Rangers' 49.. Garrison raced raced down to the Northwest 31. On four straight carries Hodges drove to the Rangers' 6. With 6 minutes left to play in the third quarter Hodges drove over lefl tackle from the 3-yard line .for the touchdown and a 6-6 deadlock Tommy Shumaker's try for the extra point was off to the side. Late in the third quarter after a Northwest Drive led by Billy Gold who ran 20 yards, to the Tro Jans' 11 was halted'by a paso in terception by Joe S a n n o n on th New York Knickerbockers, 117-98, and the host Hawks topped the Trojan 28. A 15 yard penally a Detroit: Pistons, 117-100.. gainst the Trojans gave North lease! Don't Tell Your Friends in the longest run of Before the gamethe Northwest band and girls pep squad gave President W. B. Hortori, public re' " J dent Mack Mooney of the Exchange Exchange Club .madfe short talks! Junior College game played here ' ' ' composer of -'a large number -ol rtid-Deltans including Garrison, " 3avid Mize, Nalhai Hale, Tra' Bcnoit; Jerry-Hill ind Owen Hoff ~ man of Rolling Fo die of Cleveland, '. .ouis and Tommy jPier 3on Vineyard; aha if Shaw; Harry Helton of Indian--- Indian--- T -- ~ David Sherman, James Belk, Billy McCoy, Jimmy.Chit- Powers, all of ^Greenville. Many this group saw action with Trojans Saturay night. then turned he game. The 150 pound speeds- er broke through off.tackle and aced 76 run of the night all the way o the Northwest .7 yard line . to set up lodges drove over, from 5 yards out to up the Moorhead's team ead to 19-12; Garrison passed to Joe Dean Shannon:for two points wrmitted under college football and upped the score to 21-12. The game ended a little more than 5 minutes later. performance. This^ was followed at halftime by the -host Mississippi Mississippi Delta band aiid Deltaettes. t was the first Mississippi Delta

Clipped from The Delta Democrat-Times12 Nov 1962, MonPage 6

The Delta Democrat-Times (Greenville, Mississippi)12 Nov 1962, MonPage 6
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