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JACK A. WARREN, JR. Director of Public Relations Mississippi Gams & Ftsh Commission ARCHERY DEER SEASON Archery deer season opened in Mississippi recently. From our first reports the hunters are not having as good a season this year as in the past. Reports state that the hunters have had plenty of shots at deer but there have been few deer killed this year so far. Most of the hunting has been on the Choctaw, Tallahala. and Leaf River Management Areas. Some archery deer hunting has been reported from the Red Creek and Chickasawhay Management Areas. ILLEGAL NETS TAKEN Game Warden Supervisor T. C. Walker of West Point reported that 10 illegal gill nets were removed from the Tom-bigbee River between Barton's Ferry and Aberdeen recently. The 10 nets which were between 5 and 6 thousand feet in length were taking ruff fish from the River. The nets were found and confiscated by four of the Game Wardens of District 10. Those participating in the removal of the nets included M. E. Pennington and M.C. Blake of Monroe County and Billy Simmons and James White of Clay County. The fish taken from the nets were donated to the West Point and Ainory Hospitals. PICKWICK FISHING Buster Marlar, Game Warden Supervisor of Iuka, said that crappie and bass fishing on Pickwick Lake is still good. The larger bass are being taken on plugs while the crappie are being caught on minnows at depths of 4 to 8 feet. HUNTING SEASON During the month of November much of the wild game of Mississippi will be in open season. At present squirrel, rabbit, o'possum, racoon, geese, rail and gallinules are open for hunting throughout most of the State. Other seasons that open during the month of November include deer season, November 20 and the second dove season, November 24. On December 1 the woodcock and bobwhite quail season opens. Auburn And State To Play Saturday AUBURN Auburn, its scoring guns silenced by a rugged Florida defense and crucial mistakes last weekend, will attempt to get back on the right track Saturday at Homecoming Day against Mississippi State. The Tigers, now 5-1 after a 22-3 loss to the Gators in Gainesville, did just about everything which could be done wrong and still stayed within striking distance last weekend. Six fumbles, two dropped passes within the Gator 10-yard-line and a various assortment of other errors, physical and men-ta'. kept the Tigers hampered. The result, of course, was a total of one field goal on offense, where opportunity was present for much more scoring. Fumbles also set the Gators up in good field position, and they were quick to march right through the Auburn defense to score when given the chance. "It was a tough game, and one which could have gone either way," said head coach Ralph Jordan. "Florida was very effective, and our mistakes just encouraged them. r w JACKSON MAYTAG Fish Fur& Feathers Hunting seasons and AREAS before you go hunting. DEER KILL Did you know that there was 1299 deer killed in Bolivar County alone last year? RESERVOIR FISHING Harry Barkley and Bob Tow-ery, Fisheries Biologist of Oxford, were in the office last week and said that the fishing on our three main reservoirs is still excellent. People are catching crappie and bass and a few catfish at Sardis, Grenada and Enid Reservoirs. The bass are being caught on artifical bait Most of the folks are using H&Hs, dive bombers, and a feu, surface plugs. The Crappie are being taken on minnows and they are being caught in from 4 to 8 feet of water. The larger ones are caught at the deeper depths. On Sardis most of the fishing is being done from the Black-water to Clear Creek area. The Red Grass Area on the Yalobusha River and the Skuna-Turkey Creek area are the hot spots on Grenada Lake. While most of the fish being caught at Enid are caught around Wallace Creek and out from the Water Valley Boat landing. PASCAGOULA RIVER FISHING John Currie, Supervisor of Upland Game Areas, Unit II, reported that the lakes in the Pascagoula River Area have been producing a lot of good fishing for bass andcrappie. The bass have been hitting both plugs and minnows while the crappie are being caught in deep water with minnows. GOOD 'OLE MISSISSIPPI Where fun is as big as all outdoors, people from far away places marvel at the scenic beauty of our green wooded 'hills our clear running streams, our hundreds of rivers and lakes, 5 huge reservoir playgrounds, 14 State Parks and, of course, the glamorous apd famous Gulf Coast. Let's all take pride in the veritable paradise that surrounds us, open our eyes, and see what God's Mother Nature has provided for us, and be proud to be a part of it. I AM PROUD I AM A MISSISSIPPIAN. "And, believe me, they didn't need much encouragement. Chief target of concern as the Maroons of State approach is Auburn's running game, which reached a new low in Gainesvilje with a total of 42 yards rushing. Jordan and his staff plan to work hardest this week on improving this feature of the Tiger attack, hoping to more effectively balance the thus-far brilliant passing efforts of quurterbacks Mailon Kent and Jimmy Sidle. This, coaches say, is a must if the Tigers are to get past the rugged remainder of their schedule. Dick Donovan Is Voted Top Indian CLEVELAND (AP) Dick Donovan was unanimously chosen the Cleveland Indians' man of the year Tuesday by the Cleveland chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. The right-handed pitcher, who will be 33 next month, won 20 games and lost 10 for the sixth place Indians in 1962. WHY BUY "STEREO MICRO-TOUCH 2G tone arm mthufree-floatinfmrtridge I Htproduction Inr knar"" "" . In Hemi Stmol I with fmam . srmo m M Bruiser Kinard On Another A Frank ("Bruiser") Kinard. the first AH America football star in Mississippi, famous pro play er and, since 1948, first assistant coach at the University of Mississippi, was nominated for Sports Dlustrated't 1982 Silver Anniversary All America Award by Ole Miss. He won his Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce there in 1938. Mr. Kinard was born at Pela- hatchie, Mississippi, on October 23, 1914. His father was a laborer. He had four brothers and two sis ters. In high school his grades placed him in the upper one-third of his class. His leadership is in dicated by his being president of his class. He was captain of the Central High School football team in Jackson, where, after tackling a iuliDacK in a practice scrimmage, the nickname of "Bruiser" was given to him by the fullback. COLLEGE HONORS At Ole Miss, Kinard maintained above average grades and won sucn honors as: president of the sophomore class, member of Omicron Delta Kappa (nation al leadership fraternity), mem ber of Blue Key, one of six stu dents elected to the Hall of Fame, selected as All - America tackle and on the All Southern Conference team in 1936-37, first player from Mississippi select ed for the Chicago All-Star game, captain of the football team 1936- 37. After graduation Kinard be came All Professional tackle with the old National League Brooklyn Dodgers (1938 - 40 - 41-44) and with the New York Yankees in 1946 and served the Yankees as player coach in 1947. Over the years from 1938 '55, he was elected to the National Pro fessional Football Writers Association team, the Coaches All-League team, Associated fhress team, New York Daily News team, All Service Selection, United Press All-America Confer ence, All - T i m e All - America teams by Christy Walsh, the As- Boat Racers Elect Prexy VICKSBURG Floyd Newman has been elected the new president of the Vicksburg Boat Racing Association, succeeding F. D. "Red" Crider. Other officers elected were Billy Wilson, vice president; and George Newman, secretary-treasurer. The Board of Directors will consist of Crider, George Gammon George Wells, Bill Ashcroft, Clyde Bracken and Jimmy Hull The Vicksburg Boat Racing Association joined hands with the Yazoo City Boat Club last June to stage the first $6,000 Yazoo River Marathon. Another such race is -in the planning stage for next year. GRID GAME, DANCE FEATURE CHA'S ANNUAL HOMECOMING PORT GIBSON The Chamberlain-Hunt Academy football team meets the Port Gibson High squad at 8:00 o'clock here Saturday night in one of the features of the Academy's annual Homecoming celebration. Port Gibson High is favored in the gridiron contest, but the Academy players are determined to make it a real battle and, if possible, score an upset win. A parade will be held at 3:30 p.m. and the final event on the day's program will be the Homecoming dance, to be held in the Academy gymnasium. The 1962 Homecoming Queen is Miss Barbara Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jordan of Port Gibson. The maids are Miss Joyce Dale and Miss Lynda Jones of Port Gibson and Miss Sandy Gilbert of Oakdale, La. The ceremony for the crowning of the queen will be held at 7:30 p.m., just prior to the 8:00 o'clock football game kickoff. Immediately after the football game refreshments will be served in the Academy dining hall to alumni, parents of cadets, and staff members. " BLIND? Only 1 114 t. radio CO. - A Team sociated Press. Pop Warner and Helms Athletic Foundation. Last summer he was elected president of the Mississippi Chapter of the National Football Hall of Fame. At Ole Miss, Kinard is known for his guidance and direction in bringing out the latent potential of players and other students. Many of the football squad members have become all-A students and go on to study medicine, law, engineering and other professions. They feel he helps to provide inspiration, motivation and determination. On the football field he has helped the Ole Miss teams to rack up their enviable achievement record. DEVINE VS. RICKEY Musial Is Cause Of Card Rhubarb ST. LOUIS (AP)-Branch Rickey's proposal to retire St. Louis Cardinal outfielder Stan Musial is the apparent cause of a major disagreement with Cardinal Gen eral Manager Bing Devine. Club president August A. Busch Jr. said Tuesday Musial not only will play with the Cardinals in 1963 but Musial will become a Cardinal vice president when he decides to retire. "That is hard to believe because both Bing and Johnny Keane said they were counting on me. I won't retire, not in the j good shape I'm in. If the Cardi-1 nals don't want me, I know some other clubs that do." Musial said on learning of the retirement pro- j posal. Keane is field manager, j Rickey was recently hired by j the Cardinals as a senior consultant on player development. The disagreement between the 80-year-old Rickey and 45-year-old Devine touched off reports of a feud and questions about who was running the Cardinals. DEVINE IS BOSS "Devine is still running the Red-birds," Busch said. According to reports, Rickey had suggested to Devine and Keane that Musial, who will be 42 next month, be asked to retire so a young man could play. Rickey said in New York he had changed his mind on Devine and Keane's advice. Rickey said it would be dangerous to regard a man of Mu-sial's advanced baseball age as a regular. "But Stan can still help in a playing capacity," Rickey said. Rickey said he was under the j impression earlier that Musial in-, tended to retire after the 1962 baseball season. According to reports, Rickey had issued several orders which were virtually countermanding to directives previously given by De-vine. Rickey said in New York there is no difference between him and Devine that could not be remedied. mil STEREO CATALOG THE WORLD'S NO. 1 VALUE!! BENT' . CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN BUY! 426 North Stt St. Miom Ft 1-5293 Tkwty Pre Parkin l Rear Of Iltrt" NAVARRO JC PICKED FOR HOSPITALITY GULFPORT (AP)-Navarro Junior College of Corsicana, Tex., will represent the Lone Star state in the annual Hospitality Bowl football game Nov. 22.. The team selection committee picked Navarro Monday to meet a Mississippi team still to be selected. The bowl game is set up on a Texas vs. Mississippi basis. Selection Committee Chairman L. M. Hudson Jr. said the Mississippi participant probably will be picked next week from among the five teams tied for first place in the state conference. "We'll probably have different views on certain things," Rickey said. "But that's healthy. We're 5K 6:30 A national hero or discovers the truth :jU Dobie and Maynard cargo nitroglycerine. l I m if tWn ! inn fc ill IIIH Mil I - " WmMWW u:uu-d:3U P.M. The Clampetts mistake their new servants for house guests and give out with hillbillie hospitality. 8:30 The Petrie's face a discovers his middle 1 If KlUHKMIiWlW i f CIRCLE j : J ' THEATRE Ullil 11 i I i 111) fe ' 9:00- 10:00 P.M. A stirring drama of "a Tunnel To Freedom" dug by eleven senior citizens of East Berlin. 10:30- 11:30 P.M. t , ; 4 f , ' J STONEY BURKE Stoney Burke becomes a target of violence from the city fathers and a teenage mob. "News and Weather" 10:00 P.M. WINNERS PICKED IN SEC GAMES By HUGH SCHUTTE Associated Press Sport Writer When disaster strikes it comes in heavy doeses. And that's what happened to nearly all football prognosticators last weekend. Florida's triumph over previously undefeated Auburn was just one of four wrong predictions by this writer. However, the Gators were the only team that caused many raised eyebrows among the four. They had just primed them selves beyond what most uau thought possible. Mississippi's win over Louisiana State could not be labeled an upset despite the Bengals slight edge in the odds. Ole Miss, apparently like Alabama, just both interested in improving the baseball club." Devine said, "There is no feud." The Cardinal general manager said he told Rickey before he left for Pittsburgh and New York that Devine would do everything possible to make 'the arrangement work out. WAGON TRAIN ma .ld - 7:30 a national disgrace? Chris Hale about a soldier. o:uU become r.M. truck drivers- -their P.M. DICK VAN DYKE SHOW 9:00 P.M. junior rebellion as their name is "Rosebud." son IB Wednesday. November 7, 19CT scores enough to assure the victory. Tulane and Vanderbilt made noble last-minute efforts but could not overcome leads built up by Virginia Tech and Boston College respectively. And Georgia tied again for the third time and Isn't counted for or against the average. The four winners and a like number of wrong guesses gave us a .500 average for the weekend. And dropped the season mark j Hnwn to a Door 673 on 33 right and 16 wrong. Plunging into this week's games: Florida over Georgia It doesn't seem likely that the tying Bulldogs can keep up with the Gators unless Florida has a terrific letdown. Auburn over Mississippi State 1 TELEVISION PROGRAMS Famished by stations and subject to change without notie WJTV JACKSON i:N Mtdicln MISS - CHANNEL 11 t:J0 Truth 1:55 Ntwt 1:00 S. 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