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Delta Democrat-Times- 12 Wednesday, Nov. 20, '61 Two Ok Miss Named On UPI AH'Southeastern A l l A N ; UPD--Here Is ihejAII-Souiheaslem Conference fool- 1PG1 U'V'- Press International ball team: . Second Team lirst Team Pos. E. Name Tom Hutchinson Billy Neighbors Roy Winston Lee Roy Jordan Dave Watson Jim Dunaway Dave Edwards Pat Trammell Billy Ray Adams B. Jerry Stovall B. Mike Fracchia T. G. C. G. T. 13. D. B. Name Pos, Tommy Brooker E. Billy Wilson Billy Ray JonC5 Irvin Goodc Gns Gonzales Billy Booth T. G. C. G. T. School Name .. Poi. School Kentucky Johay Baker E. Miss. State Alabama Pole Case T. Georgia LSU Rufus Guthrie G. Ga. Tech Alabama Mike Lucci C. Tennessee Ga. Tech Bookie Bolin G. Miss. Miss. Jim Denver T. Florida Auburn Ralph Smith E. frliss. Alabama Doug Etmore. B. Miss. Miss. Wendell Harris B. LSU LSU Billy Williamson B. Ga. Tech Alabama Bill McKenny B. Georgia Third Team School Name Pos. School Alabama Dave Gash E. Kentucky Auburn Mallon Faircloth B. Tennessee Miss. Jerry Woolum B. Kentucky Kentucky Don Goodman. B. Florida Tulane Bobby Hunt B. Auburn LSU '. Adams, Picked ATLANTA (UPI) -- Alabama, the No. 2 team in the nation, today dominated the United Press Inter national 1961 All-Southeastern Conference foothal team as four members of the unbeaten Crimson Tide wore named to the honor-11. The Sugar Bowl-lwund Tide,] gunning for a perfect season ami a possible return to top national ranking in Saturday's fjame against Auburn, is represented nn the UPI all-conference team by quarterback Pat Trnmmell, fullback Mike Fracchia, cenlcr Lee Roy Jordan Neighbors. the conference leaders. Hutchinson, a junior and, as a native of New Albany, Ind., th' only 'Yankee' on Ihc tcnm, hold, a solid lead in pass receiving will .12 catches and 543 yards. Ed wards, in second place, has Sal ni.li.a, LI,U,I.I ^^luj-jgy'^ tanio vvilh Alabama stil and tackle Billy . J . . ° , . . . , . ahead but needs eight catches anc Billy · I Third-ranked Louisiana Stale Stale and filth-ranked Mississippi each placed two men on th'j Icam. The other three positions were filled by Kcnlucky, Auburn and Georgia Tech. Orange Howl-bound I.SU is represented by halfback Jerry Stovall and guard Roy Winston and Cot-| lon-Iiowl Ixmncl Mississippi by' fullback Billy Ray Adams and tackle Jim Dunaway. Kentucky's Tom llulchinson and Auburn's Dave Wntsnn of Gator HcAvl-lxmnd Georgia Tech got (he other guard post. Almost Unr.'.iimnus Trammell and Winston were the leading vote [jotters on tho team, each missing by :i n;irrow margin 1ST) yards. The nll-SEC lino averages near ly 2M pounds per man with mns of Ihc beef being furnished b; Dunaway nt 2-10, Neighbors at 23 and Winston nt 225. Hutchinson i: Ihc lightest lineman at 100 pound ire with Adams the heaviest a 210. Second, Third Tcamr; Mississippi, the national tolal Ole Miss, 'Bama, Georgia Tech To Be In Big Bowls By United Prew Inwnatkm«] Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia Tech pro expected to play in mportant bowls, but Tuesday's drills were devoted to thq more mmediate task of getting ready lor their traditional interstate rivals. Tide Avoids Contact Alabama avpidpd contact work n preparing for Au.burn. "Some of our player? are «U11 hobbling, ut right row it looks like all of (hem will be tble to play," sid Coach Paul Bryant. Auburn players donned pads for some rough work and more of the sarrta was on tap (or (oday, . Georgia. Tech Ccacji Bobby Dodd has received wor| that linebacker Don Toner, who has been on the Injury list, probably will bo able to play agairut Georgia Saturday. Georgia changed it? practice schedule and scrimmaged. The Bulldogs may regret the rough work because safetyman Brlgham Woodward injured his shoulder again and may miss the game with tha Yellow Jackets. ' Do!Ian At 1VJSU Sidelined Mississippi State got some bad news as the Bulldogs prepared for their 58th meeting with Mississippi. Coach Wade Walker salt Hal Green, of AnguOla, will miss the game because of a knee injury. Vanderbilt quarterback Hank Lcscsne has a bruised hip but is expected to be ready for the game with Tennessee. Tennessee tailback George Can ale, who does the punting for the Vols, was back in action after a bout with a virus infection. Florida worked on special defensive plays designed to stop the offense leader. pl;icccl hrcc men on the second Icnm nnd another on Ihe third team for a total of six on the .l.l-m.in squad. This was one more than had nulxxly rm Alabama which second team lint line on (lie third. Mississippi quarterback Dong Hitnoro, second only to Trnmmcll of being unanimous choices, in total offense with 1,015 yards, Trammel!, n 191-puumi cuior was narrowly cged out by Frnc- from Scotlsbnro, Ala., Irads Hie rhia for ii lirst t e a m berth. Half- SEC in lotiil ufien-.c v.itli l . l G T j b a c h s Wi-mldl I l n r r i s of I.SU, the yards white Winston, ft ^5'jXjniHl senior from B;ilon Hnugo, l.;j., i 1 : regarded ns the nulstar.diri}' defensive lineman in Ihe conference. JF.Imore in the voting ami halfback Fracchia and Adams muttc t h c l l l i l l McKcnny of Georgia roundet first team di'spiie both lx"inj; fiill-|out tho second team hackfield. backs because sport-writers and! The second learn line tins John sportseastcrs from throughout ihc ny linker ol Mississippi State am uinfu-njnce .scoring champion with ^ points, ;md Hilly Williamson oi Cicnrgia Tech wcro close (whine Southeast wore asked lu select the four out.stnndinfl Ixirks without regard to position. Fracchia Itods the .SKC in rush- Kalph ends. Smith of Mississippi "eli; Case uf Georgia am lim Ik-river of Hnruln at trickles Rulus Guilirie of Georgia Tec ing with COO yards and Adams i n l a n d liookio Holm f Mississippi a second with Vfi yards. Stovall.Innards nnd Mike l.ucei of Tcnnei the fourth mcmher of the 196l;sccnl center. iill-SFiC brickfield, is high among; The third team: Ends, Tommy ifiroukcr of Alabama and DaV' Lefthanders Open |c;a.0i of Kentucky; tackles, Hill; Bradenton Tournev ! Wlis "» "' Auburn and Itilly Ilooli iuf I.SU; iiuards, Hilly Rny Jone nRADENTON, FJn. UPI)-Thc!" f Mississippi and fins Gnnzalc SKi.ntV) l.ctlhntideri Open n«ill lfHir-|"f Tiilanc: ccnlcr, lrvi:i Goode n nriim-nl i]..[iit-il lii-;,! Miiy \villijl' p iilu-|;y: bucks, Mallnn i-'air 131 ·.fHithp-iws [c-lii|; off on the cloth of Tenm-.SM.', Jerry Wo« fir.-.' of !·' \\'i\--: ;it l h r - lh.S'fj1o;of KcjiliK'ky. 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(UPI)-Ala lama officially withdrew from ny consideration of a Hose Bowl ild Tuesday and reaffirmed Ilie nlention of playing in the Sugar Bowl if an Invitation is extended. Alabama moved hack into the tee Bowl picture when Ohio (ate, the nation's top raled team, ejected nn "unofficial feeler." However, Dr. Frank Rose, presi- Icnt of Alabama, No. 1 in Ihe country, said the Crimson Tide should not be considered a candl :lale for lha Rose Bowl game. "If we win Saturday our loan -s lo gn tn the Sugar Bowl," Uoae said. "Tho boys hava voted lo g lo the Sugar Bowl If invited am I think they will be invited." Football coach Paul Bryant dc dined comment Tom Hamilton, commissioner o Ihc Big Five, said an acEnal bi would prolrably be extended Sntur day. Auburn Snubs The Gotham Bowl NBV YORK ( U P I ) - There i nn danger of the Gotham Bow game being cancelled again thi year because Auburn snubljcd a invitation lo meet Urali Stale i the post-season conlcsl al th Polo Grounds Dec. 3. Utah State accepted a bid I Now York's firsl bowl game Mon ay hut Auburn declined th her berth Tuesday because tho to would conflict with examirra on* at Ihe Alabama school, "We won't make another an luncement until we have B dc ite commitment, but we hope I able to name the other team edncsday," said Bob Currun, c Gotham Bowl promoter. Buckeyes' Hayes UPi Coach Of Week COLUMRUS Ohio (UPI)-They id he could not survive In the aveyard of coaches but he is c dean of coaches in one of tho agues. He put on one of tho greatest SEHOLD FINANCE i icx u u c r iittiiii ir i! mil or 245 Washington Ave.-- EDIion 2-0987 tiOUfS: 1 lo t Monday tlini fri4oy-dG»d Sclunfoy: G R E E N V I L L E faani made to residents within a 100 miit radiut Hake Two Trades ChiSox Plan To fop A,L Again; More Trades Due TAMPA, Fla; (UPl)-The Chicago White Sox have visions of dominating the American League again and although they have jmade two major trades already, general manager Ed Short promised today 'Svo probably will mak? a few more." Short, working closely with his field manager, Al Lopez, consummated his second deal within 12 | hours Tuesday when -the White t Sox acquired third baseman Ctrar- i lie Smith and pitcher John Bgz-' hordt from the Philadelphia Phil- Hoi TM S»eJ» Tint Year-Beach Hornets Coach Says Fair Team Due In '62 lies for slugging first baseman Roy Sievers. The deal followed dose on the heels of the White Sox' first one of the baseball meetings in which they obtained Joe Cunningham from the St. Louis Cardinals for Minnie Minoso. "We have a couple of other deals in mind," said Short. "There is a good chance we may be able [o swing them before the meetings wind up at the end of the week." RECEIVES AWARD--R. L. Thorn, Shaw superintendent and vice-president of Ihe Little Eight Conference of Mississippi presents Benoit Coach Tony Grazaffi the "Coach of the and championship trophy. (Photo by David Brown) presen Year" Ole Miss 16-Poin! Favorite Over MSU NEW YORK (UPI)-- The Army- ·Ivy and Notre Dame-Duke games, which will help wind up he regular college football season Saturday, were rated toss-ups oday by ihc oddsmakers. Alabama, the nation's second- ranked team, is a 11-point choice Ernie Davis is First Negro To WinNeismanCup NEW YORK (UPI)--All-Ameri ca halfback Ernie Davis, whose running powered Syracuse to a Liberty Bowl bid, snid today his selection as the firsl Negro ever while fiflh-rankedUo win picked to defeat 16 over Auburn, Mississippi is Mississippi Stale by at least points. In New England's big windup game, Holy Cross is n 6-point fa- 'orile over Boston College. Elsewhere, Miami (Fhv) is 7 ivcr Florida, Georgia Tech H ver Georgia, North Carolina 14 ver Virginia, Tennessee 10 over underbill, Rice 7 over Baylor, 'exas Chrislinn 10 over Southern vjcthodist, nnd Oklahoma 10 over )klnhoma State. the Heisman Memorial 'is Ihe kind of thing yoi Offer Short would Veterans not identify the "Nol too speedy" was Greenville High School, football Co«ch Wally Beach's summary o( the 1D61 team yesterday. "In fact," Coach Bpach told tha Civitan Club in describing the Hornets' lack of « break-awty back, "it was like faking one of those beer horset out of St. Louis and putting him In the Kentucky Derby." Noting the Hornets loss to Tupelo and tie with Greenwood, Beach said it was obvious they weren't « muddy field ball team. Both games were played following a heavy rain. Nevertheless, Co*ch Beach said he was pretty well pleased, with his club, which had » seison record of seven wins, two losses and one tie and w^s runnerup to Jackson Murrah in the North Big Eight division, Fair Club Next Fall "I think we can round up a far ball club next year," Coach beach added. He didn't say it directly, bu ilayers Ihe White Sox are offer- but it was learned that such veterans as Sherm Lollar, Billy Pierce and Turk Lown are among them. The White Sox' sudden plunge into the trading market can be (raced lo their fourth place finish last season when they looked any thing but like the exciting go-go aggregation which won the Amer ican League pennant in 1959. "The two deals we've made already should go B long way toward making us a pennant contender again," said Lopez enthusiastically. "Charlie Smith will give us exactly what we need at third base and I think Buzhardt could be a big help lo our pitching staff." The Phillies went for the 35- year-old Sievers because, as gen- lere was a strong implication tho 9«2 edition of the Hornets would ely on passing to a greater ex ent than this year. The two first string ends, Pey- on Irby snd Steve Terracin, who will return next year, are both ;ix feet or over and will probably iverage 205 pounds. The apparen starter at quarterback will be John Sapen, injured for most o his season, who .Coach Beach said was not too swift as a run ner but was an excellent passer T o m Jones, a Civitan Clu member who was the olfioia Who called a roughing the kicke »nalty against tho Hornets whic set up the tying Greenwood touch down on Thanksgiving, told th fodenls Protest 0.$. Rejection Of Rose Bowl Invite COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI)-Th« ihiti Slate University faculty con- il's rejection of a Rose Bowl biJ or the football team touched oft long, wild demonstration Tuesday night by some 10,000 students. Coach Woody Hayes seemed to ake the decision calmly. There were reports that the stu. dents planned further dcmonstra- ions on campus today. The faculty, at a special afternoon meeting Tuesday to consider "overtures" from the West Coast, reaffirmed its opposition to the New Year's Day classic by a 28-25 vote. Ohio State, which is rated No. nationally in the latest United Press International poll, finished an unbeaten season with a 50-20 victory Saturday at Michigan that club he hated to call the penalty bu( he couldn't have done other- gave the Buckeyes the Big Ten wise nnd lived Coach Beach rith himself, agreed that the movies showed the kicker was hit, but wryly remarked his contortions should have landed him a role in Hollywood. Notre Dame Awaits Rules Group Answer SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) -- Game officials called a rough- Trophy ._ -- _ _- -- ,, , dream about but are sure wil eral manager John Quin put it, Hoilandale Wins 1, Loses 2 Games To Rolling Fork (IOLLANDALE - Allhough the Hoilandale girls basketball team defeated Rolling Fork here las night 18-15, both Tiger varsily teams fell, the girls 17-38 and the toys 2-M9. In the B game, Dunaway scored never trapncn lo you." Davis, who .stands 6 feet, 2 inches and weighs. 212 pounds, won the award in a close vote over Dob Ferguson, Negro futl- iack of Ohio State. Davis had 824 Minis on the basis of 17D first- ilace voles, 103 second-place votes nnd 81 third-place votes. The voting tor Ferguson was 122 for first, and a total of 771 points. The lop pair were followed by J i m m y Saxton of Texas with 551 points, Sandy Stephens of Mine- sola with 543 points. Pat Trammell of Alabama wilh 362 points and guard Joe Romig of Colorado wilh 273 points. Other top vole-getters in IhR annual poll lo select the nation's No. 1 college football player were we were sorely in need of a power hitter." ftlels Gel Thomas The New York-Mets, one of the 'ational League's two new clubs, elt exactly the same way. They hlaincd 32-year-old Frank Thoms from the Milwaukee Braves for n unspecified sum and a player x named later. Thomas hit 27 omers and had 73 runs batted n while hitting .281 last season. While Short, successor to Bill 'eeck, was looking around to do nore business on the trading mar- et, so were a number of lubs. On Ail-American quarterback John 172 points; end Hadl, Gary Kansas, Collins, Maryland, 1G7; quarterback Roman Gabriel, North Carolina Slate, 155; tnckle Merlin Olsen U l n h Slnte, 155; ccnler Alex 8 points, Smyly -1, McKinlcy a n d j Kroll, Kulgcrs, 70; end Greg Keith 3 each and Cope 2 for llol- Mather, Navy, 67, nnd halfback landalo. For Rolling Fork, it wasiDave llnppmnn, Itr.va State, 61. Courlright 11 and Chislom 4. In the girls' varsity gamo, Judyj f gniBl6 FOf CHltl Thomas scored 15, Anne B a x l o n ; _ 13 Porlcr C, Richardson 2 a n d DS)1 iS Johnson 2 for Rolling Fork with Judy Scarbcr, Faye Holloway and Dianne Mellon playing guard. For Hollandalc, Jean Jones scored 11, Rctly McCollrnn 5 and Patricia Dunaway 1 wilh Ann Ray, Sarah Vieh, Lorraine Ellicnne nnd Jackie Wilson playing guard. For Ihe vnrsily lxys, TAMPA, Fla. (UPI)--Baltimore ;md Cleveland completed their recent Joliuy Temple-for-Harr Chili deal (oday when the Indians received first b^seman-oulficlder liudily Parker nnd pitcher Arl llnffmnn scored 12, Jerry Hill 9, Charles Strong 0, Lloyd Briven 4, Jerry Uishop 2, Larry Fuller J and Danny Marlin for Rolling Fork while Jerry llyer scored 9, Bubble Wade 6, Chuck Dedmnn 4, Buddy Wade 3, nnd Wnyne Upchurch 2 Inr Hoilandale. Coleman j Kay from Ihe Orioles' Rochester Owen i farm club. The Indians immEilialely sen Barker and Kay lo their Jackson ville, Fla., affiliate in Ihe Inter national League. Temple went lo the Orioles 1 days ago in exchange for Chit and two players who were to be named later. Team In Hatfiesburg Coleman Tigers will he greatly outweighed by Rowan of Halties- burg at Ilalliesburg Friday night in the game to decide tho Negro Big Eight championship in football. Coach Davis Woalhcrsby isn't particularly concerned because other Richardson To Be Honored Here The Greenville Alumni Chaptei if Kappa Alpha Pst is now !r he process of planning for i Villie Richardson Day lo celebrale Ihe success of one of Greenville's : inest footbal players. · Richardson is now a student at Jackson College in his Junior 'ear. He has mode (he Pillsburg Courier and the Chicago Defender All American football team for :hree years in a row. He has led the Jackson College Tigers to Ihe Championship of :he SoulhwGst Conference and. a Irip to Miami, Florida where Jackson College will play Florida AM in the Orange Blossom Classic Dec. 9. The plans for ihis day will include a parade, puhlic program, basketball game, and dance. Richardson is a member of Ihc Scroller Club of Delta Chapler of Kappa Alpha Psi. The Kappa men of the Delta are asking for Ihe cooperation of all the citizens of jenvillc to make this Notre Pame officials today awaited an answer to their demand that the controversial Irish win over Syracuse Nov. 18 be settled in a decision by the National Collegiate Athletic Association's rules committee. Irish officials fired off the demand lo the NCAA Tuesday. Claim Maryland Erred A Notre Dame athletic official said Gen. Robert Neyland, rules committee chairman compounded "a serious injustice to Notre Dame" when he said in Knoxville, Tenn,, earlier Tuesday that "officials made a mistake" in giving the Irish an extra down, in which they won the game, 17-15. Glen Allan Teams Win Three Games From Riverside Hi AVON -- Glen Allan teams won three basketball games from Riverside here Tuesday night. In the opener the Glen Allan girls' B. team won from Riverside 29-18. Glen Allan girls varsily kept up heir winning ways with a 47-28 victory over Riverside with Sandra Van Devender scoring 20 joints. M. Smith for Riverside got 18 to lead her team. Glen Allan led at halftime. 20-15. In the boys' game Glen Allan xys topped Riverside 44-30 after eading at halftime 26-13. Donnie Cole kept up his high scoring with 22 for Glen Allan. Siddon got 9 for Riverside. GISIS 1 GAME GlEN AILAN--VqnDtvend=r JO, Cooptr 9, Danlali 18, forwnrdj; Potter, Willil, Petplei, Worfi«r, Quc'dt. RIVERSIDE -- Smith 6, M. S/r.llh 18, Myilil Smi!h 1. Brannlno 5, /orwaid Evoni, Robart, BogleY, Wfenn, Heftdsrtci BOYS 1 ' GAME GLEN AILAN -- 8. Woodruff 17, Coll !2, Tsd W«llti, Bcb.rl Evoi Qucng, B. FronUin, Lo ness pepa|ty against Syracuse and ;ave Notre Dame an extra play liter time had run oiit. Joe Per- towski kicked a. 41-yard field goal to give the Irish the extra edge. Neyland said that "in my opin on and in the opinion of several other members of the NCAA rules comrniltee, the officials mnde a mistake in awarding Notre Dame an extra down." But he added thai il was "now purely an inslilutional matter" and he knew of no machinery lo re- verso the decision and Ihe outcome pf the game. Byars Supports Tlules Group At Kansas City, Walter Byers, executive secretary of the NCAA, supported Neyland's decision, saying that "the NCAA football rules committee is the association's final authority o.i the interpretation and applicaion of the rules." Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, executive vice president and chairman of Notre Dame's faculty board in control of athletics, said in a slalement: "f regret that the chairman of the rules committee is giving Hie. A few hours after the decision Lvas announced, students gathered at (he campus and demonstrated ind then arched three miles to the downtown area and the State- .louse. They milled around ths Statehouse grounds, chanting they ·anted a "re-vote" on the question and "We want (Gov. MIcha.el) Di Salle." Talks With Governor One studsnt did talk briefly with the governor at his office there. Di Salle asked about the rc- test march and then asked if the students wanted a ride back to campus. They declined. A half- hour later, tho students begun lha march back tn campus. Hayes contacted al an alumni decisions before his full committee meets, thus compromising future action . . . their :neeting in Cleveland, said that "a decision legally made must ba egally accepted." I don't agree with those 23 [who voted against the bid) but I respect their integrity, if not their intelligence," he said. "We have learned lo accept defeat when we have to, under pressure." "It is difficult to explain, when after 15 years the Rose Bowl is Jerked nut from under our boys," he added. Ooleman Gagers Defeat Indianola Colenian High basketball team won two games from Gentry High of Indianola last night. Ihe girls of Coleman, led by Wanda Dye wilh 22 points and Clara Ilinton wilh 10, defeated Gentry handily, 50-37. A. Jackson and M. Palmer were top scorers 'or Gentry with 10 each. Coleman boys walloped Gentry teams travel to Eudora. Ark., for games tonight. Willii 81VE8SIDE -- 8rm er 7. Siddon 9, Evi ipoon and Rippte. og 7, Haip, Chond- 7. Gildtr, Wither- Tuesday Night Fight Results By United Press International REVERF, Mass.-- George Cdtin 128, Tewksbury, Mass., knocked out Al Turner, PHILADELPHIA - Percy Man ning, 144, Philadelphia, stopped Dave Wyatl. 144, Arlington, V« (1). HOUSTON, Tex.--Jose 161, New York City, knocked out Tony Montano, 164, Phoenix, Aril. dcline shows in football. He says what he thinks often the embarrassment of his rlcnds. But politicians woulc ·nvy his eloquence and Itnglisl jrofcssors his fine choice o Tjrds. He if * great defender ol co lego football an »n important pirl of the American way of lifo. He is Wayne Woodrow Hayes known lo millions as the ringmns- ler of Ohio State's devastating fnctlxill offensa which hai powered hit leirn Into top national Iraiinj! by the Unilcd Press Inler; (national Hoard ol Coaches, mosl teams have outweighed the will follow Coleman to Hatties-! "igers. Willie Towns, fid, 2G. andjburg, for the big game. Eddie Pope 6-1, 2«, are Halties burg tackles and Tnft Reed, 6185 is the top back. Hoth have fine offensive teams. Coleman has yielded only 13 andil Hultiesburg 20 points to opposing teams this season, A big crowd of Greenville fans! THURS.-FRI.-SAT, SPECIAL INSULATED $ l 9 5 /EAR Admiral 4-SPEED A u t o m a t i c Portable Phonograph 1.50 Down $/|jf\.95 1.00 Weekly O^j Pc*trfu1 om{iliFi»f fw full roonn vokjre J«w«l«d t*ln rftrllet far ··cellcnT IMNV i · product Ion. 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