The Magee Courier from Magee, Mississippi on September 4, 1986 · 18
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The Magee Courier from Magee, Mississippi · 18

Magee, Mississippi
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Thursday, September 4, 1986
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PAGE 2C THE MA GEE COURIER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1986 Transylvania Btwl underway V f 1 1 1 V 1U V' t - " ' . k - ; EXCUSE ME! Parke Pepper, 5CA QD, is stopped - or considerably slowed down as a Tri-Countian hangs on during Friday's game. The Cougars, hosting their opener, will take on Lamar next week, again on home territory. Alumni and fans of Mississippi State University. University of Southern Mississippi and the University of Mississippi are "out for blood" once again in Mississippi Blood Services' 1986 Transylvania Bowl. The annual blood donor competition kicked off Friday, August 22. The university that finishes with the most units of blood donated in its name will receive a SI. 000 scholarship sponsored by The Sunburst Bank. The Grenada Banking System. The alumnus, fan or group recruiting the most donors for the winning university will have the honor of naming the college at the university (ie. Arts and Sciences. Engineering, etc.) that is to receive the scholarship. The traveling Transylvania Trophy will also be awarded to the winning university. The 1986 competition will conclude on Friday, November 21, the day prior to the Mississippi State -Ole Miss football game. The scholarship and trophy will be awarded during pre-game ceremonies November 22. It is of special importance to note that only those donors who state their desire to participate in the Transylvania Bowl will be counted in this year's competition. Donors will not receive any reminder at the time of donation. Assisting Mississippi Blood Services in coordinating the 1986 Transylvania Bowl are Hinds County alumni presidents Russ Gatlin of Mississippi State, Ken Rushing of Southern and Preston Hays of Ole Miss. "All three universities are extremely competitive when it comes to demonstrating their school spirit, especially when it comes to giving blood," said Vicki Powell, MBS Director of Communications. Mississippi State won the 1 985 competition with 1,712 donations, marking the group's fourth Transylvania Bowl win. The Golden Eagles came in a close second with 1,511 units of blood. The Rebels ranked third with 1,256 donations. Powell added that the ultimate benefactors of each group's efforts in the competition are the patients in Mississippi hospitals who depend on MBS volunteer blood donors to meet their blood needs. Kinard Hall dedicated at Ole Miss Ole Miss takes on Memphis State The University of Mississippi's football season opener in Jackson, Saturday, Sept. 6, against Memphis State University is surrounded by two days of activities for Ole Miss alumni at their Ramada Renaissance motel headquarters. A highlight of the weekend's activities will be 2 p.m. ceremonies Saturday for the 27 former Ole Miss athletes who will be inducted into the new Ole Miss Sports Hall of Fame. In addition to the honorees and their families, participants in the induction ceremonies -- which will take plat e in. the motel's ballroom -- will be Ole Miss M Club President Charles Williams of Senatobia, Chancellor R. Gerald Turner, Athletic Direc tor Warner Alford and Alumni Association President James Mc-Clure of Sardis. The public is invited to the ceremonies and the reception that follows to honor the inductees. Alumni activities being at the Ramada Renaissance Friday, Sept. 5, with a meeting of the Engineering Alumni chapter's committees and board of directors in the Magnolia Room at 3 p.m. Friday activities also include a dinner for past Alumni Association presidents. Saturday activities begin with a 10 a. m meeting of the Law Alumni Chapter's board of directors in the Magnolia Room and end with the 3 USM-Alabama bus to run A Sept. 5 deadline is nearing for making reservations on a chartered bus trip to the University of Southern Mississippi-Alabama football game in Birmingham Ala..' Sept. 13. The bus. sponsored by the USM Alumni Association, will leave from the USM Alumni House that Saturday morning and return to Hatliesburg following that afternoon football game scheduled for one-thirty p.m. The cost of the trip is 522 per person. Football tickets may be purchased at an additional "$15 each. ' Visit the USM Alumni House or call 266-5013 for details. Reservations are on a cash basis and are first-come, first-served. The trip is open to all interested persons. CLJC mens golf tournament The men's division of the annual Copiah-Lincoln Junior College Homecoming Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, October 11, beginning at eight-thirty a.m. Flights will be open for alumni and non-alumni. A buffet lunch will be served between rounds. Further information may be obtained by contacting Alton Greenlee, course manager, or Mrs. Sharon Alexander, chairman of the tournament, at 643-5101 or 633-5801. McDonald's Lettuce & Tomato Hamburger 1 I i i i THE ONLY LETTUCE & TOMATO SANDWICH WHERE... THE HOT STAYS HOT THE COOL STAYS COOL . v.: ft FRESH LETTUCE. FRESH TOMATO. A FRESH NEW TASTE FROM McDONALD'S. r'mnnnmrnmri'K"' ;.'"'" McD.LT. Sandwich, Medium Soft Drink & Regular French Fries for only $i on Cash vilu. 120 of 1 c.nt Coupon .xpir.1 Oct 15. 19M RldHmiM .1 McDonald ! in Jackion. Clinton. Pparl, Forast, n Magaa, Vickiourg, and Richland, MS, IT'S A GOOD TIME FOR THE GREAT TASTE p.m. reception for alumni and' friends in the motel's ballroom before the 6 p.m. football game. The pregame reception, to be held in conjunction with the reception honoring sports Hall of Fame inductees, is sponsored by the Ole Miss Alumni Association, M Club Alumni Chapter and Central Mississippi Alumni Club. The late Frank M. "Bruiser" Kinard -- who contributed to University of Mississippi athletics as an All-American tackle and later as a coach and athletic director --will be honored Friday. Sept. 19, when the men's athletic dormitory on the Oxford campus will be dedicated as Kinard Hall. The public is invited to the 3:30 p.m. dedication ceremonies in Kinard Hall lobby, which will be attended bv his widow, Midge Kinard of Jackson, and sons Frank Jr. of Pepper Ridge Rd. in Jackson and John of Pascagoula. Ray Brown of Pascagoula, who played under Kinard when he was assistant football coach, will speak. A reception will follow the ceremonies. The family has donated memorabilia to the University from Kinard's collegiate career, when he was the Rebel's first All American in 1936, and his pro football career with Brooklyn of the National Football League (1938-44) and New York of the All-American Conference (1946-47). The items will be on display in the lobby. Kinard, who was a five-time All Pro selection, was a charter inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame in 1951 and named to the National Professional Football Hall of Fame in 1970. Following his retirement from professional football, he returned to Ole Miss, where he was assistant football coach from 1948-70. athletic director from 1971-73 and assistant dean of student personnel in 1973-78. He died Sept. 7, 1985 at the age of 70. 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