The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on September 24, 1969 · Page 10
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10 Wednesday, Sept. 24. '69 . Delta Democrat-Tlmea Greenville, MlMJMlppi Alcorn AM is in ninth spot N. Dakota St. leads small colleges INTRODUCED TO BOOSTER CLUB-Flve Greanvilla High School gridders.who were Introduced to the GHS Booster Club at the weekly meeting Monday night at the Community Center are (from left) jakeman Cecil McBroom, guard Gene Combest, tailback Jim Barnett, end Rodney Muggins and safety Kenny Wells. [Staff photo) Big Shot II wins feature allowance at Belmont Park By United Press International Big Shot II, making only his fifth start in the United States this year after winning one of five races in Peru, took the lead at the top of the stretch Tuesday and went on to win the $15,000 feature allowance race at Belmont Park. Chance Hill Farm's 4-year-old gelding, who came to the U.S. in July, had previously finished no better than third since leaving Peru. Eddie Belmonte guided Big Shot II to the victory by 1 1/2 lengths over Lancastrian and Somebody n, who finished third, 11/2 lengths farther back. Big Shot II covered the seven furlongs in 1:21 4-5 and paid $17.60, $7.80 and $5.00, Lancastrian returned $5.20 and $3.80 and Somebody II paid $3.60. .Toure Sur, a 3-year-old daughter of Brush Fire-Dark Design, took the lead at the halfway mark 'and romped to a 12-length victory in the feature allowance race at Atlantic City. Ridden by John Giovanni, Toure Sur broke quickly and ran off with the race with Ann Taboo finishing second and Star Quest third, three lengths farther back. Toure Sur ran the six furlongsin 1:09 1-5 and paid $5.60, $3.60 and $2.80, Ann, Taboo paid $9.40 and $4.80 and Star Quest paid $3.40. Castle Lovely won the features at Hawthorne and paid $7.80, $4.00 and $3.40 while Gray Flay, winning the feature at Detroit, paid $3.20, $2.60 and $2.40. By JOE CARNICELLI UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI)-North Dakota State has finally emerged from the shadows again. The Bisons, No. 2 among the nation's UPl's top 20 small colleges NEW YORK (UPl)-The United Press International top 20 small college football t e a m s with first place votes and wonlost-tied records in parentheses (first week). Team Points Team Points 1. N.D. St. (22) (2-0) 317 2. Texas AI (1-0) 184 3. Ark. St. (6), (1-0) 176 4. Eastern Ky. (1-0) 120 5. Weber St. (1) (2-0) 107 6. Delaware (1-0) 93 7. HumboldtSt. (1-0) 82 8. Troy State (!-;-!) 74 9. Alcorn AM (2) (1-0) 68 10. Adams St. (1-0) 65 11. Akron (2) (1-0) 64 12. Indiana (Pa.) (1-0) '54 13. Northern Ariz. (1-0) 49 14. Fresno St. (1-0) 48 15. N.M. Highlands (0-0-1) 34 16. Grambling (1-1) 32 17. Florida AM (0-0) 19 18. Santa Clara (1) (1-0) 18 19. Western Ky. (0-0-1) 16 20. (tie)Montana(2-0) 15 ;(tie)Tex-Arl.(l-0) 15 (tie)Abil.Christn(2-0) 15 Others receiving 10 or more points: Montana St., St. John's (Minn.), Tennessee St., Murray St., Northeastern Oklahoma St., Tampa, St. Norbert. CHIEF COMPLAINANT OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI)- Quarterback Len Dawson of the Kansas City Chiefs is due to be examined today by Dr. Don H. O'Donoghue to determine the extent of a knee injury he suffered against Boston last Sunday. If torn ligaments are discovered in the left knee, it could mean surgery. Dawson said he was optimistic about what the doctor wound find, but he added, "If we didn't think it was serious, I wouldn't be here." small college to national champion San Diego State for the past three seasons, has recaptured the' No. 1 ranking they held in 1956. San Diego State has now moved into the major college classification, paving the way for North Dakota State to move back into the top spot. ' · . . The Bisons, with victories over Northern Illinois and Northern Michigan, received 22 first place votes and 317 points today from the 35-membcr United Press International board of coaches. The total left them well ahead of second place Texas Al, the NAIA power which amassed 184 points. Arkansas State, which opened by crushing Eastern New Mexico.53-20, took third with 176 points while Eastern Kentucky, a 13-0 victor over Ball State, was f o u r t h . Weber State p u t together back-to-back victories over South Dakota State (28-13) and Eastern Washington (52-6) to rank fifth and Delaware, which opened by mauling Gettysburg 52-0, was sixth. Humboldt State was seventh, followed by Troy State, Alcom AM and Adams State. Five coaches from each of the seven geographical areas of the nation comprise the UPI Rating Board. Each week they select the top 10 small college teams in the n a t i o n w i t h points awarded on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis on votes from first through 10th. Spirit runs high in Irish workout After only two days of work the St. Joseph Fighting Irish will begin easing up for their upcoming battle with the Rosedale Bulldogs in a Little Kight Conference, tilt Thursday night at Charles S. Kerg Field at 8. Assistant coach Tony Cintgran said the spirit of the boys was good .yesterday although they went through a three hour workout. They know there can not be any letting up and they are working hard for the contest. Rosedale has a big line that has been to the wars before and have three outstanding boys up front. "Danny Fowler (185) was a All- Conference last season and is probably one of the belter ends," said Coach Tony Cintgran. Tackles Mike Thompson (225) and Hal Tweatt (215) will give the Bulldogs a good line." Last year the Bulldogs led going into the fourth quarter and although they lost their outstanding quarterback Welly Wilson and their tailback, the Irish will have their hands full Thursday night. "Although we do not know what Uiey will come out doing we feel that if they beat us it will not be because they are in better shape," said Cinlgran. The Irish will sfart at ends Bobby Duncan (200) and Johnny Windham (154) or Barry Brady (172), tackles Buster Mascagni (185) and Larry Kussman (230), guards Jeff Nick (157) und Joe Walker (145), center Howard Fisher (250) quarterback Nickie Crawford (145) or Doe Signa (162), tailback Ralph Thompson (165) or Sandy Casavechla (137), fullback Mike Tubertini (165) and.wingback Jim Crawford (150). On defense the Irish will have Tommy Turfitt (130) at cornerback and Nick will play linebacker if Tubertini can not play. Mike Hinkle (162) will see action at both guard and linebacker. "Quarterback Signa and fullback Tuberlini are still doubtful and it will probably be game time before we know if they can go," said Cintgran. USM getting ready for * Bama HATTIESBURG--Southern Mississippi Coach P. W. Underwood started Monday getting his Southerners ready for a test against an Alabama team he believes has a better running and passing game than that of a year ago. "I believe they (Alabama) are stronger both ways," the coach said. "Hunter (QB Scott Hunter) is a year older and was plenty accurate in their first game. And Jilleba (fullback Pete Jilleba) and Musso (tailback Johnny Musso) will give them a stronger ground game." Concentration on a scouting report of Alabama's 17-13 victory over Virginia Tech was the main order of the day Monday as the Southerners worked with abbreviated gear. Concerning his own club Underwood said "We've got to get well and we've got to quit stopping ourselves." Senior linebacker Mike Battles got off the injury list for brief spots of action in Southern's 14-5 win over Southeastern Louisiana but senior offensive tackle Bob Shepherd and junior linebacker Dickey Surace did not play and defensive end Terry Griffin also played just 'part-time, Reserve defensive tackle David Jussely also watched from the sidelines. Senior quarterback Gary Rayburn, who started the opener, was the only addition to the injury list. Sophomore Danny Palmer who came on to complete 11 of 22 passes but threw two interceptions, moved to the fore for Monday's drill. Underwood said he thought his defensive unit gave a "good overall performance" against Southeastern but a number of individual errors were noted. "We had more inconsistency on offense than we anticipated," the first-year head coach said. "Stopping ourselves is one thing we've got to eliminate," he added, and enumerated the times the Southerners hurt themselves on infractions, fumbles, dropped passes and errant passes. "Some of our mistakes could have been caused by our using three different quarterbacks," he concluded. Tailback Larry (Mole) Moulton was the leading ground-gainer for Southern with 74 yards on 18 carries. Palmer's completions totaled 119 yards and included a 15-yard touchdown toss to split end Billy Mikel, who caught four. Tight end Lionel Fayard also caught four. IMIHUC GOODYEAR N EW TREADS Retreads on Sound Tire Bodies ONEIOWPRICE BIG CARS ONEIOWPRICE MEDIUM CARS ONE LOW PRICE FOR COMPACTS SIZES: 6.00x13 695x14 6.50*15 6.50x13 7.00»14 7.35x15 7.00x13 7.35x14 p|us 27$ to 46$ per tire Estimated Fed. Ex. 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Until the Colt offense came to life in the second quarter, the Bayou's defense held Sooneville in check as (hey recovered three fumbles and intercepted two passes during the game. A long run by Pete Dunn to the Somerville 10 yard line set up the Colts' next score. Marion Whatley scored the touchdown on a dive play, but once again the pass for the extra point fell incomplete. With one minute left in the half, the Colt Bruiser Kinard to be honored as all time great UNIVERSITY, Miss.,--Frank (Bruiser) Kinard, the Ole Miss line coach, will take a one-day leave of absence Wednesday to attend a gala celebration in New York City. Kinard is a member of the recently- announced all time All-Americt team, dated from 1920. The national selections were made by the FWAA (Football Writers Association of America). Earlier, Kinard had been named to the alltime All-Southeast Area team. A press conference, reception and dinner will be held Wednesday and Wednesday evening at the N. Y. Hilton Hotel with Kinard to join fellow team members in a hurried break from his coaching duties. He will be back in coaching togs Thursday. Kinard was an All-America tackle at Ole Miss in 1936-37. He was All-Pro for five of the nine seasons he competed, in 1938-41-44-46 with Brooklyn in the old National League, and in 1946 with the New York Yankees of the All-America Conference (chosen from both leagues). He is a charter member of the National Football Hall of Fame, was named to the alltime AII-SEC in 1950, to an alltime All- America in 1948 (Christy Walsh's- All- America Board team). He is a member of the Helms Athletic Foundation College Hall of Fame. defense got one of its fumble recoveries at midfield. Two plays later Whatley scored again on a pass from quarterback Bob Shearer. Glenn Sandroni caught Shearer's pass for the extra point, and Bayou Academy led 20-0 at the half. The halftime break did not cool the Colts as they scored quickly on a 30-yard pass from Shearer to fullback Charles Rocconi. The extra point pass from Shearer to Joe Ward was complete, increasing the Colts lelead to 28-0. Early in the fourth quarter the Bayou Academy defense showed its strength once more. Linebackers Dennis Short and Her- she'll Morgan forced a Somerville fumble, and Jerry Hanks the defensive end, scooped up the loose ball and ran 90 yards for another touchdown. Ward scored hia second extra point by running off tackle. The Colts' final touchdown, a 13-yard pass to fullback Ward from Rocconi, now playing quarterback, came with one second remaining in the game. Robby Burchtield ran the extra point and ended the night's scoring. Coach Dole and Coach Blackwell were pleased with the'game.' EverypISyer on the team received playing time. The team looked both good and aggressive and both coaches hope the team will continue to show improvement each week. This Friday at 4 p.m. the Colts will play their first home game when they host Tunica Academy (1-1). The game will be played at the Skene Field, and the Bayou Academy Pep squad will perform at halftime for the entertainment c{ the spectators. TIGERS' HARD-HITTING LINEBACKERS-These three boys have dona an outstanding job in the last two ball games for the Coleman High School Tigers. They are (from left) Lawrence Harps, Benny Smith and William Benson. {Staff photo) "Everything Photoflrophie" LINKOF FRANCHISE DEALER PHOTO SUPPLY 609-611 HMY.82E. Ph. 333-1215 (?(Uc* OirTVi on ] n-^Ooj) (·a be o p en Ifatcfi f Q 1 t f U (-·peeing. 1R«. 5l«n S« *jfie.e n- IjanK A-oon . IA K i n g When they're planning to 'move, people read Want Ads every day. To reach these hot prospects for your vacancy, dial 5-1155NOW1 DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS

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