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GTECHS scores will be credited to home districts


Rule change could help improve ratings for Columbus, entry exams such
as the ACT and
score allocation to LCSD.
In contrast, at schools like
SAT — scores the Columbus-based Mississip-
Starkville, West Point, Noxubee public schools which factor pi School for Mathematics and
into Mississippi Science and the Mississippi
BY MARY POLLITZ lege’s Mayhew campus and LCSD, which also receives Mis- Department of School for the Arts in Brookha-
mpollitz@cdispatch.com which allows students to take sissippi Adequate Education Education’s ac- ven — both of which accept
college courses during their Program funding to support the countability rat- students from multiple home
Golden Triangle Early Col- high school career, accepts stu- school. Spears
ing of school dis- districts — MDE applies test
lege High School students’ ac- dents from Lowndes County, Since the school was es- tricts, which are scores to the home district’s ac-
countability exam scores will Columbus Municipal, Noxubee tablished in 2015, that has released on an A-F scale each countability rating.
be credited to each student’s County, West Point Consolidat- meant LCSD gets credit for all fall. District superintendents The State Board of Educa-
home district as of this fall. ed and Starkville-Oktibbeha GTECHS students’ test scores, each signed a contract with tion unanimously approved
GTECHS, located at East Consolidated school districts. including state end-of-year GTECHS, EMCC and MDE in an accountability rule change
Mississippi Community Col- However, it is considered part of benchmark testing and college 2015, all agreeing to the test See GTECHS, 3A

Landmark de-
designation Customers laud convenience of fourth
consideration Delta flight at GTRA
will not apply to
historic home
MDAH to consider
removing designation
on vacant land behind
117-year-old house
By Alex Holloway
aholloway@cdispatch.com

STARKVILLE — A requested
Mississippi landmark de-designa-
tion for a property on South Jack-
son Street will not affect a more
than 100-year-old home that sits on
the property.
Concerns that the Magrud-
er-Newsom House, located on
South Jackson Street across from
Overstreet Elementary School,
would lose its Mississippi land- Chris Jenkins/Special to The Dispatch

mark status swept across social Passengers at Golden Triangle Regional Airport go through Transportation Security Administration screening before
Thursday’s 1:45 p.m. flight to Atlanta. The daily 1:45 flight began Sunday, giving GTRA four flights to and from Atlanta.
media Wednesday night and Thurs-
day. The concern followed the pub-
lication of a newspaper notice that Hainsey: New afternoon flight to Atlanta should far,” said GTRA Exec-
utive Director Mike
the landowner is requesting that
the Mississippi Department of Ar- mitigate overbooking, crowded flights Hainsey. “Some of
the flights have been
chives and History remove a land-
By Slim Smith chance to get where they are going over-sold and some
mark designation on the property.
ssmith@cdispatch.com before dark. are not very crowd-
Mississippi landmark designa-
Sunday, Delta began its new ed. Overall, though,
tion prevents altering of a property When Delta Airlines announced flight, with an arrival from Atlanta we’re happy with the
or structure without approval from in February it was adding another Hainsey
at 1:15 p.m., followed by a 1:45 de- performance.”
MDAH. The Magruder-Newsom round-trip flight to Golden Triangle parture from GTRA to arrive in At- The new flight was a big hit with
home, built in 1902, received Mis-
Regional Airport in Lowndes Coun- lanta at 4:05 (EDT). Thursday travelers on the flight.
sissippi landmark status in August
ty, it was more than just a fourth dai- Other flights to Atlanta depart “This flight allows me to get
1983.
ly flight. GTRA at 6:30 a.m., 10:15 a.m. and home before midnight, which is
However, Michelle Jones, an ar-
It was also Daylight Saving Time, 5 p.m. great,” said Adam Hockstetler of
chitectural historian with MDAH
and Starkville resident, said the re- providing passengers another “It’s been sort of a mixed bag so See GTRA, 8A
quest for landmark de-designation
See Landmark, 8A

John Michael and


Margaret Rollins look
Columbus ‘liver mom’ champions organ donation
over data on organ
donations after Rollins: Mississippi ranks near bottom Columbus Exchange Club’s
weekly luncheon at Lion
a meeting of the
Columbus Exchange among states for registered organ donors Hills Center Thursday.
“Organ donation was not
Club at Lion Hills
Center Thursday. The By ISABELLE ALTMAN biliary atresia, an incurable on my radar until it was,”
couple’s daughter, ialtman@cdispatch.com liver disease that affects she said. “I was not even an
Adeline, 2, was born 50 to 100 children born per organ donor until my daugh-
with biliary atresia, Margaret Rollins is happy year and requires liver trans- ter was born with this dis-
a rare liver disease, to report that her 2-1/2-year- plants in about one-third of ease, and that’s why I’m so
and Margaret donat- old daughter Adeline now cases. When Adeline was passionate about advocating,
ed part of her liver weighs two pounds more 14 months, Rollins donated because Mississippi is one
to Adeline. Margaret than her 4-year-old son. of the least-registered organ
about 30 percent of her liver
spoke at Exchange It’s not bad for a toddler
Club about the to her daughter. donor states in the country.”
importance of organ who spent her first year of Now Rollins and the rest As of Wednesday night,
transplants in saving life in and out of hospitals, of her family are advocates she said, 113,234 people
children’s lives. barely eating. for organ donation, a cause in the country were on the
Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff Adeline was born with Rollins championed at the See Rollins, 3A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public


1 In what state can you find a monument de- Today meetings
picting an African-American family with broken June 17: Lowndes
■ “Stagecoach”: The Columbus Arts
chains at their feet? County Supervi-
Council screens the 1939 western
2 Jan Ulrich, Andreas Kidden and Ivan Basso sors, 9 a.m., Coun-
have all come in second to what athlete? “Stagecoach” at 7 p.m. at the Rosenz-
ty Courthouse
3 What outdoor-apparel store was founded in weig Arts Center, 501 Main St. (10 per-
cent off at Thai by Thai Restaurant on June 17: Colum-
1912 by a man whose first and middle names
were Leon Leonwood? day of show with “Western password” bus-Lowndes
Harper Minton Convention and Vis-
4 What famed 17th-century English diarist end- available from CAC, 662-328-2787.)
Second grade, New Hope itors Bureau Board
ed journal entries with “And so to bed”? ■ Tapas and Taps: This fundraiser

85 Low 64
5 In 1849, what did Walter Hunt invent in three for Suicide Awareness features beer regular meeting, 4
High hours to pay off a $14 debt — a corkscrew, pairings and small plate dinner at Lion p.m., CVB office
Mostly sunny
parachute or safety pin? June 17: Lowndes
Hills Center, 2331 Military Road, Co-
Full forecast on Answers, 7B lumbus. Ticket includes drinks as well County School
page 2A. as 12 tickets to use for plates from District regular
various restaurants. Live music and meeting, 5:30 p.m.,
silent auction. central office
Inside ■ Book reading/launch party: John Josie Goodman is a graph- June 18: Columbus
Classifieds 7B Obituaries 4A Bateman of Starkville reads from his ic designer in Starkville. City Council regular
Comics 5B Opinions 6A first novel “Who Killed Buster Sparkle” She moved from Arizona to meeting, 5 p.m.,
Crossword 6B Religion 6B 5:30-7 p.m. at The Book Mart and attend MSU and has since Municipal Complex
140th Year, No. 81 Dear Abby 5B Cafe, 120 E. Main, Starkville. graduated and is working. Courtroom

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Friday
Say What?
Did you hear? “Even the bishops themselves recognize they have lost their
credibility in monitoring this dreadful crisis.”
‘Deepfakes’ called new Thomas Groome, a professor at Boston College’s School of The-
ology, on Roman Catholic bishops approving new steps this week
election threat, with no easy fix to deal more strongly with the clergy sex-abuse crisis. Story, 6B.

House Intelligence Committee


chairman: Technology has ‘the
capacity to disrupt entire campaigns,
Memphis police appeal for calm
including that for the presidency’ after marshals kill black man
The Associated Press so does the technology
used to make them. 20-year-old had been wanted in a June 3 shooting A couple of men spoke into
megaphones and some motorists
WASHINGTON — The videos are made us-
“Deepfake” videos pose a ing facial mapping and ar- that happened during a car theft in Mississippi who drove by honked their horns
and shouted messages of encour-
clear and growing threat to tificial intelligence. The al- By ADRIAN SAINZ during a car theft about 25 miles agement. There was a light police
America’s national security, tered video of Pelosi, which The Associated Press south of Memphis in Hernando, presence with a couple police cars
lawmakers and experts say. was viewed more than 3
Mississippi. The victim was shot parked at a nearby fire station that
The question is what to do million times on social me- MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police ap-
five times and survived. The car was damaged during Wednesday
about it, and that’s not easi- dia, gave only a glimpse of pealed for calm Thursday in a tense
was the one used to ram the police night’s unrest.
ly answered. what the technology can Memphis neighborhood where a
vehicle, according to DeSoto Coun- Shortly after Wednesday’s shoot-
A House Intelligence do. Experts dismissed the rock-throwing crowd gathered af-
ty, Mississippi, District Attorney ing, people began to gather in the
Committee hearing Thurs- clip, which was slowed ter federal marshals fatally shot a area, and their numbers swelled as
day served up a public down to make it appear black man who, authorities said, John Champion, who spoke Thurs-
some livestreamed the scene on so-
warning about the decep- that Pelosi was slurring her had rammed a police vehicle with a day at a news conference.
cial media. Memphis police initially
tive powers of artificial words, as nothing more stolen car. Elected officials condemned the
responded in street uniforms, then
intelligence software and than a “cheap fake.” Thirty-six officers suffered mi- violence, and the police chief plead- returned in riot gear as people be-
offered a sobering assess- Rep. Adam Schiff, the ed for patience while the shooting
nor injuries from flying rocks and gan hurling rocks and bricks.
ment of how fast the tech- committee chairman, said is investigated. But unanswered
bricks in the hours following the During the unrest, officers cor-
nology is outpacing efforts the Pelosi video “demon- questions left many people angry
death of 20-year-old Brandon Web- doned off several blocks in the
to stop it. strates the scale of the chal- as they recalled other police shoot-
ber, who was killed Wednesday eve- Frayser neighborhood north of
With a crudely altered lenge we face.” But he said ings around the country.
ning after he exited the car holding downtown and arrested three peo-
video of House Speaker he fears a more “nightmar- On Thursday evening, dozens —
some type of weapon, authorities ple. By 11 p.m., officers had used
Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., ish scenario,” with these including Webber’s father and oth-
said. tear gas and most of the crowd
fresh on everyone’s minds, video spreading disinfor-
Webber had been wanted in er friends and relatives — gathered dispersed, Police Director Michael
lawmakers heard from ex- mation about a political
a June 3 shooting that happened near the house where he was shot. Rallings said.
perts how difficult it will candidate and the public
be to combat these fakes struggling to separate fact
and prevent them from be- from fiction.
ing used to interfere in the The technology, said
2020 election. Schiff, D-Calif., has “the
“We don’t have a gener-
al solution,” said David Do-
ermann, a former official
capacity to disrupt entire
campaigns, including that
for the presidency.”
Press secretary Sanders leaving White House job
with Defense Advanced Doermann said the
Research Projects Agency. threat has grown worse President said he is encouraging At an unrelated White
House event, Trump
She was the first work-
ing mother and just the
“This is a cat and a mouse
game.” As the ability to de-
due to the proliferation of
what was once specialized
Sarah Sanders to run for governor described Sanders as a
“warrior” as he called her
third woman to be named
White House press secre-
tect such videos improves, technology. when she returns home to Arkansas to the stage. Sanders, ap- tary.
pearing emotional, said Under her roughly
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GTECHS
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during its regular meet- urging the state to change said. “The students that administra- “A lot of those students it will have a positive im-
ing in Jackson Thurs- its accountability on be- graduated this year in the tors would are pretty bright students pact on our district.”
day morning, meaning half of CMSD, SOCSD first class, those students be more and I think they’ll help the LCSD Superinten-
GTECHS scores will be and WPCSD. would count toward are open to scores a bit,” Brown said. dent Lynn Wright said
applied to students’ home GTECHS had 221 stu- graduation rate. It would p romot i n g “It’s only fair we get the he doesn’t
districts. The rule will dents total in 2018-19, with only help. It wouldn’t take GTECHS as scores back to the home believe
take affect this October 45 from CMSD, 63 from away from us. This is the an option for schools.” the scores
when district and school LCSD, 33 from NCSD, 34 way it should have been to students. SOCSD Board Presi- leaving the
accountability ratings are from SOCSD and 46 from begin with. “Overall, Labat dent John Brown said he’s district will
released for the 2018-19 WPCSD. “I’m very excited for we will be more open to proud of the negative -
school year. the district as whole, but look at the purpose of the effort each ly impact
“This would allow the The impact I’m excited for our coun- GTECHS process,” Labat board pres- LCSD, but
results from those schools CMSD is currently terparts in West Point, said. “… It will increase ident put he hopes Wright
to return to those students’ rated a D district, while Starkville and Noxubee,” enrollment (at GTECHS). forth. With it helps at
high school of residence,” Starkville and West Point he added. “I’m excited We will be more genuine the gradu- area districts.
MDE Chief Academic Of- are both Cs. Noxubee MDE listened to what we in our interests. It makes ation rates “We don’t have any
ficer Nathan Oakley said County, now under state talked about and answered GTECHS a partnership. and test problem with that,”
during the meeting. “This conservatorship, is rated the bell to this oversight Instead of (CMSD being) scores com- Brown Wright said. “It seems
would give some flexibili- an F. in what was happening. adversaries, we are part- ing back, he fair to me for (the scores)
ty and ensure those send- Spears, who attend- I’m glad it was addressed ners.” said it would benefit every to go back to the home
ing schools didn’t lose the ed Thursday’s state and corrected through the WPCSD Board Pres- area district to get those schools. I think it’s going
results from the students board meeting, said the state board of education.” ident Gene Brown said accountability measures. to be a positive for all,
participating in these pro- GTECHS students’ per- CMSD Superintendent he’s not sure how much “I just think it’s fair for scores going back to their
grams.” formance will only help Cherie Labat said the new of an impact the scores everybody,” John Brown own schools. They are
The state board’s rule CMSD’s rating. rule also will help build will have for the district, said. “I’m glad for the con- going to get some scores
change comes more than “We already have a lot a better relationship be- but said he was also excit- sistency and standardized back from some students
a month after CMSD of students in dual enroll- tween GTECHS and the ed for WPCSD when he procedures, just like with that have developed (at
Board President Jason ment, but that will add to other districts. At Colum- heard the rule change was the Mississippi School for GTECHS). Hopefully it
Spears penned a letter the accountability,” Spears bus, for example, she said approved. Math and Science. I think will help them.”

Around the state


City worker, neighbor save teen Jones broke the window with a cin- vanilla scent to mask the odor of its
der block to rescue the teen. Fire wastewater treatment plant.
trapped inside burning home officials say the initial investiga- More than two dozen machines
PICAYUNE — A city worker in tion shows the fire started near the recently started blowing scented
Mississippi was passing by a home kitchen stove. mist into the air 19 hours a day at
when he noticed it was on fire and The 15-year-old was airlifted to a the Pascagoula-Moss Point waste-
saved a girl inside who had woken hospital in New Orleans. Her condi-
up to find smoke filling her room. water plant.
tion isn’t known. No one else was in The owner of a wig and jewel-
The Picayune Item reports Stan- the home at the time of the fire.
ley Hart saw smoke coming from ry boutique near the plant, Gerrie
the house Tuesday morning. Hart Hicks, tells WLOX-TV that she
and a neighbor, Mark Jones, arrived That vanilla smell? It’s the previously noticed a “foul odor” lin-
to find a 15-year-old girl inside who wastewater treatment plant gering in the air. She says that now
was knocking on the window for PASCAGOULA — The air is a it’s possible to sit outside or walk
help to get out. little sweeter now that a Mississippi around downtown Pascagoula with-
Hart called 911, and then he and Gulf Coast community is spraying a out being bothered by the smell.

Rollins
Continued from Page 1A
waiting list for an organ, that one-third of children monly donated tissue, she have done something to
nearly 2,000 of whom are born with biliary atresia said. One organ donor cause damage to their
children, she said. die from the disease. who dies can save up to liver. It affects these ba-
“There’s a name add- That’s why she encour- eight lives. bies that were born just
ed to the organ donor list ages everyone to be an or- Rollins added live do-
wanting the basics in life
every 10 minutes, and gan donor, she said. About nors can donate part of
... and then they have to
approximately 22 peo- 25 percent of donors aren’t their liver, like she did,
ple a day die waiting on blood relatives — Rollins as well as kidneys, bone go through the unimag- cdispatch.com
a life-saving organ that knows families who found marrow and of course inable.”
never comes,” she said. donors through social me- blood.
“That’s about 8,000 peo- dia when parents weren’t Rollins also talked
ple per year, including matches for children. briefly about her work to
children.” Rollins also dispelled raise money for research
Adeline was initially several “myths” about into biliary atresia. She
on that list, Rollins said. donating organs. She and three other “liver
Doctors at Children’s said she’s heard people moms” in the Atlanta
Healthcare of Atlanta claim they don’t want to area hosted an art auction
told the Rollins’ that it register to be an organ last month which raised
wasn’t usually difficult to donor because doctors $45,000 for the hospital’s
get organs. Then Atlanta will not work as hard to research into finding both
went through “a drought,” save a donor’s life, which the cause and cure for the
and Rollins went through isn’t true — doctors of- liver disease.
the surgery to save her ten don’t even know the “I’m not sure if you’ve
daughter’s life. patient they’re operating ever seen someone in liv-
“She recovered quick- on is an organ donor. She er failure, but it is one of
er than I did,” Rollins also said it’s usually fami- the most excruciating and
remembered. “... At the lies of the deceased indi- painful ways you can die,
11-day mark, she was a vidual who decide what and one of the most pro-
different child. ... It was organs the individual will longed,” Rollins said.
like she was reborn.” donate, which includes or- “Liver disease does not
Not everyone is as gans and tissues ranging discriminate,” she added.
lucky. One doctor told from skin and bone to the “It is not just a disease
Rollins and her husband cornea — the most com- that affects adults that
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through Friday editions. Paid
notices must be finalized by 3
Saturday at Shields Ser- the Rev. Joe Brooks in Prairie, to the late to the late Peter and
p.m. for inclusion the next day Harrison vices officiating. Burial Richard Rowe Sr. and Almotie Smith Sr. She
Monday through Thursday; and Grove M.B. Church in will be at will follow at St. John Rosemary Rowe. She attended Oktibbeha
on Friday by 3 p.m. for Sunday Shuqualak, with the 11 a.m. M.B. Church Ceme- was formerly employed County schools and was
and Monday publication. For Rev. James Lockett of- Saturday tery. Visitation is from as a cook with ABC a member of Fairview
more information, call 662- ficiating. Burial will fol- at Fourth noon-6 p.m. Friday at Preschool and a mem- Church.
328-2471. In addition to her
low at Martin Cemetery Street Rush Carter’s Funeral Ser- ber of Zion Springs
in Shuqualak. Visitation M.B. vices. Carter’s Funeral M.B. Church. parents, she was pre-
Ruby Jones is from noon-6 p.m. Church, with the Rev. Services of Columbus In addition to her ceded in death by one
COLUMBUS — Friday at Carter’s Fu- Jimmy Rice officiating. is in charge of arrange- parents, she was sister; and 11 brothers.
Ruby L. Jones, 73, died neral Services. Carter’s Burial will follow at ments. preceded in death by She is survived by
June 5, 2019, in Colum- Funeral Services of Union Cemetery. Visi- Mrs. Gordon was her husband, Johnny her children, Evanuel of
bus. Columbus is in charge tation is from 3-8 p.m. born May 25, 1954, in Cungious; and sib- Willington, New Jersey,
Ser- of arrangements. Friday at Carter’s Fu- Oktibbeha County, to lings, Richard Rowe Bernard Theapalus,
vices Mr. Shields was neral Services. Carter’s the late Amzie Deloach Jr., Emery C. Rowe, Elder Marcell and
will be at born July 31, 1971, in Funeral Services of and Claudine Williams. Rosie Dancy and Essie Derone, all of Crawford,
11 a.m. Louisville, to the late Columbus is in charge She was a member of Roberts. Reggie of Macon; broth-
Saturday Walter Shields Jr. and of arrangements. St. John M.B. Church. She is survived by ers, J.W. of Kankakee,
at Carter’s Lillie Pearl Ross. He Ms. Rush was born In addition to her her children, Maurice Illinois, Jessie Smith
Funeral was formerly employed July 19, 1937, in Co- parents, she was Barr, Dwane Barr, of Crawford, and Peter
Service, Jones as a groundskeeper lumbus, to the late preceded in death by Virgie Buckingham, Smith Jr. of Mason, Ten-
with the with Columbus Hous- John Rush and Eve- her siblings, Pauline Loretta Braylock and nessee; 21 grandchil-
Rev. Kevin Jackson ing Authority and was lena Rush. She was a Rice, Mamie Deloach, Letha Ivory, all of dren; 20 great-grand-
officiating. Burial a member of Harrison member of the NAACP Irene Brackett, Larry Aberdeen, Jimmie Barr children; and two
will follow at Trinity Grove M.B. Church. and Fourth Street M.B. Deloach, W.T. Deloach, and Larry Barr, both great-great-grandchil-
Mt. Carmel Church In addition to his par- Church. James Deloach, Leon- of Okolona, and Della dren.
Cemetery. Visitation ents, he was preceded In addition to her ard Deloach, Mary McIntosh of Dallas,
is from noon-6 p.m. in death by his brother, parents, she was pre- Deloach, Ruth Hart, Texas; siblings, Ray-
Friday at the funeral Charles Ross. ceded in death by her Augusta Miller, John- mond Rowe and Lora
home. Carter’s Funeral He is survived by his children, Walter Lee nie Deloach, Idella Dobbins, both of Chica-
Services of Columbus wife, Tabasan Shields Rush and Ricky Rush; Bankhead and Josie- go, Illinois, Sara Moore
is in charge of arrange- of Columbus; daughter, and siblings, Hattie phine Baker. of Napierville, Tennes-
ments. Makayla Shields of Guyton, Lola Mae Cov- She is survived by see, Ever G. Houston of
Ms. Jones was born Columbus; and sib- ington and Easter Rose her husband, John- McDonough, Georgia,
Nov. 3, 1945, in Noxu- lings, Mary Shields of Stinson. ny William Gordon; and Addie Deans of
bee County, to the late Shuqualak, Frederick She is survived by daughter, Courtney Memphis, Tennessee;
Gay Harris and Susie Shields and Kenndrick her children, Tinnie Martin of Columbus; 18 grandchildren; and
Jones. Shields, both of Co- Rush and Pandora Wil- brother, Robert Lee De- 27 great-grandchildren.
In addition to her lumbus, and Kenneth liams, both of Jackson, loach of Columbus; and Pallbearers will be
parents, she was pre- Shields of Aberdeen. Ellis Rush of Virgin- two grandchildren. Michael Barr, Jerome
ceded in death by her Pallbearers will be ia Beach, Virginia, Pallbearers will be Buckingham Jr., Na-
son, Terry Jones; and Vincent Walker, Joseph Jacqueline Simmons of Broderick Cockran, than Braylock, Larry Lewis Younger
brother, Bennie Will Smith, George Lockett, Odessa, Texas, Andre Andrew Sherrod, Barr Jr., Jimmie L. Visitation:
Jones. Wayne King, Jarriel Rush of Alexandria, George Harris, Jerry Barr, Jacquest Bucking- Saturday, June 15 • 1-3 PM
Memorial Gunter Peel
She is survived Wiley and Brendall Virginia, Tommasina Baker, Tony Deloach ham, Zachary Barr and Funeral Home
by her children, Lisa Franklin. Rush Grant of San An- and Andrew Baker. Maurice Barr Jr. College St. Location
Graveside Memorial Service:
Saturday, June 15 • 3:30 PM
Friendship Cemetery

New York ends religious exemption to vaccine mandates


Federal officials: This year’s measles The issue is hotly
contested and debate
nated,” said Bronx Dem-
ocrat Jeffrey Dinowitz,
country to get away
from exactly this kind of
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outbreak has surpassed 1,000 around it has often been


emotional, pitting cries
the bill’s Assembly spon-
sor. “If you choose to
stuff,” Yung said ahead of
Thursday’s votes.
illnesses, the highest in 27 years that religious freedom is not vaccinate your child,

By DAVID KLEPPER vaccines required for


being curtailed against
warnings that public
therefore potentially
endangering other chil-
Animals
The Associated Press school enrollment. health is being endan- dren ... then you’re the grieve
ALBANY, N.Y. — New
Gov. Andrew Cuomo,
a Democrat, signed the
gered. After the vote in
the Assembly, many of
one choosing not to send
your children to school.”
too.
York eliminated the reli- measure minutes after those watching from the Hundreds of parents
gious exemption to vac- the final vote. The law gallery erupted in cries of unvaccinated children
cine requirements for takes effect immediately of “shame!” One woman gathered at New York’s
schoolchildren Thurs- but will give unvaccinat- yelled obscenities down Capitol for the vote to I’ve always wanted my dog to attend my graveside service.
day, as the nation’s worst ed students up to 30 days to the lawmakers below. protest. You need to tell someone.
measles outbreak in after they enter a school The debate has only in- Stan Yung, a Long Is-
decades prompts states to show they’ve had the tensified with this year’s land attorney and father,
Call us at (662) 328-1808
to reconsider giving par- first dose of each re- measles outbreak , which said his Russian Ortho- Lowndes Funeral Home and Crematory
ents ways to opt out of quired immunization. federal officials recently dox religious views and
immunization rules. With New York’s said has surpassed 1,000 health concerns about
The Democrat-led move, similar exemp- illnesses, the highest in vaccines will prevent
Senate and Assembly tions are still allowed in 27 years. him from vaccinating his
voted Thursday to repeal 45 states, though law- “I’m not aware of any- three young children.
the exemption, which makers in several of thing in the Torah, the His family, he said, may
allows parents to cite re- them have introduced Bible, the Koran or any- consider leaving the
ligious beliefs to forego their own legislation to thing else that suggests state.
getting their child the eliminate the waiver. you should not get vacci- “People came to this

Man accused in New Zealand mosque killings pleads not guilty


By NICK PERRY about another 60 watched during the coming weeks was going on in the court-
The Associated Press the hearing on video in and months. room, he nodded. At times
an overflow room at the The 28-year-old Austra- he looked around the room
CHR IS TCHURCH, Christchurch High Court. lian accused of the attacks, and stretched his neck.
New Zealand — The Four cultural advisers and appeared at the hearing The judge did not al-
man accused of the New other staff were assigned via video link from a small low cameras or video in
Zealand mosque attacks to help the victims and room at the maximum se- the courtroom although
smirked as his lawyer en- family members under- curity prison in Auckland did approve a sketch artist
tered not guilty pleas to stand the proceedings and where he’s being held. commissioned by The As-
terrorism, murder and at- the next steps in the case. The link was muted and he sociated Press.
tempted murder charges A man who addressed didn’t attempt to speak. The man has been
Friday before a judge who the survivors said they Other than smirking a charged with 51 counts of
set his trial for next May. had been praying during couple of times, he showed murder, 40 counts of at-
The courtroom was the holy month of Rama- little emotion during the tempted murder and one
filled with 80 survivors dan and that the Muslim hearing. When Judge terrorism charge in rela-
and family members of the community would help Cameron Mander asked if tion to the March 15 shoot-
51 who were slain, while and support each other he could hear and see what ings.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com FRIDAY, June 14, 2019 5A

Testimony over Mississippi’s mental health system continues


Federal government’s lawsuit argues Mississippi violates tified only by initials, to
protect patients’ privacy.
Mendenhall in Septem-
ber.
double knee replacement
surgery. The email said,
the Americans with Disabilities Act by relying too much The father said his “They had to create a
place,” he said.
“The truth is, the state
hospital is the place she
daughter has what he
on state mental hospitals, while providing insufficient called a borderline per- State lawyer James would need to be. No pri-
sonality disorder and Shelson asked about law- vate facility can deal with
and uneven community services says she can be difficult suits and complaints the her.”
to deal with. The Moss father has filed, and about The father said his
By JEFF AMY the state didn’t create mony without a jury in the Point resident and former an email that HB sent statement was based on
The Associated Press community housing that case. A decision is unlike- police officer testified after his daughter was options available at the
could accommodate until ly before late this year.
JACKSON — A coun- that she has been in state hit by a car and needed time.
last year. The federal govern-
ty sheriff says he holds hospitals for 12 of the last
Those are among wit- ment wants Reeves to or-
mentally ill people in nesses who testified this der changes. 24 years, including nearly
jail because a communi- week as part of the feder- The state argues that five years on the last stay.
ty mental health center al government’s lawsuit it’s not breaking the law He said his daughter
can’t respond in time. A arguing Mississippi vio- and that the federal gov- was “miserable” in the
woman says her cousin lates the Americans with ernment is seeking overly hospital and “certainly
would like to live closer to Disabilities Act by relying extensive and expensive didn’t want to be there.”
his hometown in the Mis- too much on state mental changes. The state also However, he said the state
sissippi Delta but hasn’t hospitals, while providing argues mental hospitals couldn’t find a place pro-
been able to find a place. insufficient and uneven provide a valuable role. viding the level of super-
A father says his daugh- community services. U.S. A patient’s father and a vision she needed until
ter has spent 12 years in District Judge Carlton cousin of another patient she moved to a commu-
mental hospitals because Reeves is hearing testi- testified Tuesday, iden- nity transition home in

2 state workers suspended in wake


of deadly child abuse case
Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services comment on her behalf.
Coroner James Lee
received two reports of alleged abuse involving the said Armani died from
blunt force trauma.
two sisters, but the resulting investigations found no “There’s indication
that the abuse of these
evidence to substantiate the allegations young babies had gone
on for quite some time,”
The Associated Press to substantiate the alle- girls repeatedly fell from Armstrong said.
gations. A supervisor and her injuries, investigators
JACKSON — Two front-line investigator in- said. Armani was hospi-
workers with the Missis- volved in the case were talized and died. Her sis-
sippi Department of Child suspended Tuesday, news ter was in critical condi-
Protection Services are outlets reported. tion as of Wednesday.
on administrative leave Armani Hill, 4, and Anderson is charged
over the death of a 4-year- Lailah Hill, 3, were se- with child abuse. The
old girl and the severe verely beaten last week children’s mother, Lakei-
injuring of her younger while in the care of their sha Marie Jones, is
sister. mother’s boyfriend, charged with child depri-
The department had James Christopher An- vation. Investigators said
months ago received two derson, police said. she knew Anderson was
reports of alleged abuse Anderson then walked abusing her children and
involving the girls, but the children a quarter failed to stop him. It is un-
the resulting investiga- mile to his mother’s home clear whether Jones has
tions found no evidence in Natchez as one of the an attorney who could

Family of officer’s slain lover wants $5M from Oxford


The Associated Press by the Oxford police. might be pregnant.
Relatives said they Moore’s letter also
OXFORD — An at- were romantically in- says Oxford police caused
torney for the family of a volved and the officer fre- undue stress to the family
woman whose death has
quently visited her home by initially saying Clayton
been blamed on a police
while on duty. committed suicide, even
officer is demanding $5
million from the city of Attorney Carlos Moore though no gun was found
Oxford, Mississippi. says Clayton shared her at the scene.
Matthew Kinne is fears with her family be- News outlets report
charged with murdering fore she was shot, saying Oxford mayor Robin Tan-
Dominique Clayton in Kinne might harm her nehill received the letter
May and has been fired because she told him she and had no comment.

July 2 runoff set in Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians chief’s race


The Associated Press Phyliss Anderson. Ben elected in 2011, defeating
won 45 percent of near- incumbent Beasley Den-
CHOCTAW — A runoff ly 3,700 votes, while son.
election to become chief Anderson won nearly The 11,000-member
of the Mississippi Band of
36 percent. Four other tribe controls three casi-
Choctaw Indians is set for
July 2. candidates won about 20 nos and other businesses.
Official results of the percent, meaning no one Its reservation stretches
Tuesday election show received the majority across 35,000 acres in
challenger Cyrus Ben needed to win. parts of 10 Mississippi
leads two-term Chief Anderson was first counties.
Opinion
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Slimantics
Bulldog Baseball: Seems like old times
In 1985, I made along with Arkan- pitcher Gene Morgan. championship in the new for- fates may turn in MSU’s favor.
my first and only sas, last year’s The Bulldogs had spent mat, but lost twice to UCLA to Maybe the Bulldogs are due
trip to Omaha, runner-up, and much of that year ranked No. finish national runner-up. Last for a good break. Karma, and
Nebraska, for the Vanderbilt, the SEC 1 and rolled into Omaha with year, State needed just one all that, you know.
College World champion, is among the look of a champion. win against Oregon State to That’s what makes the CWS
Series. the favorites to They pounded Oklaho- again reach the championship so compelling.
I packed heavy, claim the title. ma State in Game 1, edged series, but lost to the Beavers There are eight very good
certain I would be It’s a battle-test- Arkansas in Game 2 and took twice. Oregon State went on to teams competing for the title.
there for awhile. ed, tough Bulldog on Texas in the third game win the title. But the winner is often decid-
For 13 days, I club with an abun- needing a win to play in the This year, the expectations ed by an unpredictable event.
covered Mississippi dance of hitting championship game. are as high as they’ve been Don’t be surprised it that’s the
State ballgames, (.317 team batting State jumped out to a 2-0 since 1985. way it turns out this year, too.
watched it rain Slim Smith average), two out- lead and Morgan had yielded But as that 1985 CWS The Holiday Inn where I
(and rain and rain), standing starting just one hit going into the fifth reminds us, baseball is not spent 13 days is long gone. So,
played endless rounds of pitchers (National Pitcher inning. scripted. Things happen that too, is the ballpark where cru-
putt-putt golf on the Holiday of the Year Ethan Small and Then, Morgan took a line cannot be accounted for, no el fate ended in the Bulldogs’
Inn’s indoor course, imbibed Freshman pitcher of the year drive off his left ankle. Al- matter how talented a team title hopes. Ak-Sar-Ben was
well into the night at the hotel JT Ginn) and a standout closer though he remained in the may be. Remember, last year, demolished 15 years ago. The
hospitality room, even took (Cole Gordon). game, he was not the same Arkansas was a dropped pop- young sportswriters I bonded
an excursion to Ak-Sar-Ben In those respects it is sim- pitcher and Texas surged, up away from winning the with late into those Nebras-
(Nebraska spelled backward) ilar to that 1985 team, which beating MSU 12-7. title. ka nights 33 years ago have
to watch the horse races. I believe is the most talented In the elimination game the In 1985, a line drive that moved on. Many have retired.
Rainouts were frequent that team in the Bulldogs’ long, next day Thigpen gave up a might have been hit a couple I’m not getting any younger,
year, which extended the stay. proud history. ninth-inning home run against of inches one way or the other myself.
But I could easily have been That team included four Miami in a 6-5 loss. The and missed Morgan’s leg, But the Bulldogs are back
there for another few days, future Major League All-Stars Bulldogs’ season ended with a changed the course of the sea- in Omaha and much is expect-
were it not for a single play in (first baseman Will Clark, left third-place finish. Miami beat son for the most talented team ed of them.
the second inning of the Bull- fielder Rafael Palmeiro, start- Texas for the title two days in MSU history. It seems like old times.
dogs’ game against Texas. ing pitcher Jeff Brantley and later. Who knows but what a sim- Slim Smith is a columnist
On Sunday, Mississippi closer Bobby Thigpen), along It’ wasn’t until 2013 that the ilar misfortune may await the and feature writer for The
State will open play in its 11th with a talented group of other Bulldogs got that far. MSU Bulldogs this year. Dispatch. His email address is
College World Series and, players, most notably starting made it to the best-of-three On the other hand, the ssmith@cdispatch.com.

Other editors Cartoonist view

When will Congress


address suffering
at the border?
Last week, as American and Mexican officials
haggled over how to address the migrant crisis at
their countries’ shared border, United States Customs
and Border Protection released its monthly migration
statistics. They tell an alarming story.
In May, 144,278 migrants were taken into custody.
It was the third consecutive month in which appre-
hensions topped 100,000 and the highest one-month
total in 13 years.
Unequipped to deal with the crush, border fa-
cilities and migrant shelters are dangerously over-
crowded, and the staff is overburdened. Dysfunction,
disease and even death are a growing reality.
“We are in a full-blown emergency, and I cannot
say this stronger: The system is broken,” the acting
commissioner of Customs and Border Protection,
John Sanders, said.
Also last week, officials said that the Office of Refu-
gee Resettlement, the agency assigned to care for un-
accompanied migrant children, would begin cutting
services “not directly necessary for the protection of
life and safety.” This includes English classes, legal
aid and recreational programs.
Democrats and other administration critics called
the move “cruel” and “illegal,” but the financial reality
is that the agency is overwhelmed. So far this fiscal
year, it has taken charge of nearly 41,000 unaccompa-
nied children — a 57 percent increase over last year.
The entire program could run out of funding by the
end of June.
In short, it is time for Congress to stop dithering
and pass emergency funding to deal with this night-
mare.
It has been more than a month since the admin-
istration sent Congress a request for $4.5 billion in
additional border assistance. A large portion of the
money, $3.3 billion, was earmarked for humanitarian
aid — which most lawmakers agree is sorely needed.
But a relatively modest piece of the request aimed
at shoring up border security operations, roughly a
quarter of the total, has tied negotiators in knots.
Early on, Democrats were opposed to funding addi-
tional detention beds for Immigration and Customs
Enforcement. Republicans had problems with Dem-
ocrats’ demands for changes in the administration’s
asylum policies. At one point, negotiators thought
they were close to resolving these conflicts, only to
have other issues snarl the process. Beyond the mon-
ey for security, one of the remaining disagreements is
how much data sharing will be allowed between the
agencies responsible for caring for migrant children
and those that handle border enforcement.
The broader problem is that many Democrats
have come to view the Trump administration as
untrustworthy, and they are loath to hand over one
more penny for anything to do with immigration.
Members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and
the Congressional Progressive Caucus have been
particularly adamant, insisting that their leadership
take a hard line in negotiations. In part, they fear that
the administration, despite its promises, will spend
any additional funding on enforcement rather than
humanitarian needs.
There is much to despise about this administra-
tion’s immigration policies, which are exacerbating
this crisis, but there should be no ambivalence about
the urgency of addressing the humanitarian needs.
While lawmakers wring their hands and drag their
feet, tens of thousands of migrant children are suffer-
ing.
Congress needs to get serious about dealing with
that suffering.
New York Times
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com FRIDAY, June 14, 2019 7A

Democratic debate lineup set at 20


candidates; de Blasio and Bennet in
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock and U.S. Rep. Seth Some candidates have criticized
the debate-qualifying rules that the
Moulton of Massachusetts were the only two party chairman, Tom Perez, set this
year. The polling and fundraising
major candidates who failed to meet the polling or thresholds will remain the same for
the July debates over two nights in
fundraising measures required to get a debate spot Detroit .
Bullock’s campaign insists he
By BILL BARROW The campaign’s opening de- has reached a party benchmark of a
The Associated Press bates, set for June 26-27 in Miami, minimum 1 percent in at least three
will offer a prime opportunity for polls by approved organizations.
The Democratic National Com- many White House hopefuls to
mittee has announced that 20 can- But party officials say Bullock is
reshape a race defined in recent wrongly counting a Washington
didates have qualified for the par- weeks by former Vice President Joe
ty’s first presidential debates later Post-ABC poll from February.
Biden’s domination of national and
this month. He said Thursday that he was
many early state polls.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock and “certainly disappointed” by the
An NBC News drawing Friday
U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton of Mas- DNC’s decision.
will divide the large field between
sachusetts were the only major “But the greater point really is
the first and second debate night.
candidates out of the two dozen Party officials have promised to also that I’m the only one in the field
Democratic hopefuls who failed to weight the drawing with the in- that’s actually won in a Trump state,
meet the polling or grassroots fund- tention of ensuring that top tier and we need to win back some of
raising measures required to get a and lagging candidates are spread the places we’ve lost,” he said on
debate spot. Two lesser-known can- roughly evenly over the two nights. MSNBC.
didates, former Sen. Mike Gravel of Those assignments will de- The polling and fundraising
Alaska and Miramar, Florida, May- termine the debate strategies for marks will double for the third and
or Wayne Messam, also missed the many campaigns. Candidates will fourth debates in September and
cutoff, announced Thursday. have to decide whether to go after October. Candidates will have to
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet of Col- front-runners such as Biden, chal- meet both marks instead of one or
orado and New York Mayor Bill de lenge others in the pack or stand the other. That means 2 percent in
Blasio, who recently had been on out by remaining above the fray. the approved polls and a donor list
the bubble, both made the debate They must also decide how much to of at least 130,000 unique contribu-
based on polling measures. focus on President Donald Trump. tors.

Jury sentences father to death for killing his 5 children


‘No mercy was shown to the kids, but But a lawyer for Jones
told jurors they alone
five years. The state has
not executed anyone
justice was done in this case.’ could show mercy — if not
for a father who killed five
since 2011 and lacks the
drugs to carry out lethal
Solicitor Rick Hubbard kids with his own hands, injection.
By JEFFREY COLLINS The same Lexington then for a family that has Hubbard said in his
The Associated Press County jury convicted seen so much death and closing argument that
Jones of five counts of still wants to love Jones, Jones, 37, has been self-
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A even through prison bars. ish all his life, trying to
murder last week in the
South Carolina father was Jones’ father hung his break up his father’s sec-
deaths of his children,
sentenced to death Thurs- head in his hands as the ond marriage because
ages 1 to 8, in their Lex-
day for killing his five chil- verdict was read and oth- he wasn’t getting enough
ington home in August
dren with his own hands. er family members ap- attention and controlling
After they were dead, he 2014. peared to cry. Afterward, his wife’s every decision.
drove around with their Prosecutors pushed Jones’ family left without When his wife left
bodies for nine days be- for a death sentence. So- speaking to reporters. him, Hubbard said, Jones
fore dumping them in gar- licitor Rick Hubbard said The defense indicated couldn’t stand that his
bage bags on the side of in his closing argument they would appeal. control was over. With
an Alabama dirt road. earlier Thursday that if Hubbard said after custody of his children,
Timothy Jones Jr. any jurors had doubts the trial, “No mercy was the computer engineer
showed no emotion as the whether Jones deserved shown to the kids, but with an $80,000-a-year
jury delivered the verdict the death penalty, they justice was done in this job mistreated any of
after less than two hours should just consider the case.” them who showed any in-
of deliberation. They also five garbage bags where Jones is just the second tention of wanting to be
could have sentenced him he dumped their bodies person to be sent to South with their mother instead
to life without parole. in rural Alabama. Carolina’s death row in of him, Hubbard said.

Prosecutors drop Flint water charges, promise fresh probe


Decision came more than three years after authorities to find the answers the citi-
zens of Flint deserve.”
began examining the roots of the scandal that left Flint’s Hammoud’s team re-
cently used search war-
water system tainted with lead rants to get state-owned
mobile devices of former
The Associated Press lars — after authorities be- of documents and hun- Gov. Rick Snyder and 66
gan examining the roots of dreds of new electronic other people from storage.
DETROIT — Prosecu- the scandal that left Flint’s devices, significantly ex- Among those who had
tors dropped all criminal water system tainted with panding the scope of our charges dismissed: Michi-
charges Thursday against lead. Michigan Solicitor investigation,” Hammoud gan’s former health direc-
eight people in the Flint General Fadwa Hammoud, and Wayne County prose- tor, Nick Lyon, who was
water crisis and pledged who took control of the cutor Kym Worthy said in accused of involuntary
to start from scratch the investigation in January a statement. manslaughter for allegedly
investigation into one of after the election of a new The efforts “have pro- failing to alert the public in
the worst man-made envi- attorney general, said “all duced the most compre- a timely fashion about an
ronmental disasters in U.S. available evidence was not hensive body of evidence outbreak of Legionnaires’
history. pursued” by the previous to date related to the Flint disease when Flint was
The stunning decision team of prosecutors. water crisis,” they said, drawing improperly treat-
came more than three Officials took posses- putting investigators “in ed water from the Flint Riv-
years — and millions of dol- sion this week of “millions the best possible position er in 2014 and 2015.
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GTRA
Continued from Page 1A
Billings, Montana, who travels to Columbus several times a
year for his software company, DealerSocket. “Also, it pre-
vents me from having to drive to Atlanta. The last time I Adam Hock-
was here in February, I flew into Atlanta and drove the four stetler, who busi-
ness travels from
hours or so. That means I have less time with my clients or
his home in Bill-
I’m not efficient with my time. It generally adds expense, ings, Montana,
because I have to get a hotel room for another night. ... to Columbus
(But) I spend a lot of time traveling, so this is a big deal.” several times a
Stephen Saine, an engineer from South Carolina, agreed. year, said the
“It’s really convenient to be able to get a flight you can addition of the
catch in the afternoon,” Saine said. “A lot of times, you wind 1:45 p.m. flight
up wasting a lot of time just waiting for a flight, especially to Atlanta from
when you’re flying out of smaller airports.” Golden Triangle
Hainsey said the benefits of the extra flight extend to Regional Airport
saves him both
passengers who aren’t even on it.
time and money.
“I think it’s going to reduce the over-booking we have,” “It means I can
Hainsey said. “I also think some of the other flights will be get home before
less crowded. It’s another option for our customers. This midnight,” he
new flight means you don’t have to take an early flight to get said.
where you are going at a decent time.” Chris Jenkins/Special to The Dispatch

Landmark
Continued from Page 1A
applies to a portion of the had reviewed the matter
large parcel the Magrud- and didn’t have any con-
er-Newsom House sits cerns, which helped as-
on, and not the building suage her fears.
itself. It’s possible that the
The lot the home sits lot subdivision, should
on stretches from South MDAH approve the
Jackson Street in the de-designation, will come
front to Lafayette Street before the planning and
behind the home. Jones zoning commission.
noted that most of the Gregory said she didn’t
surrounding properties have enough information
have been subdivided, to comment on how she
and there’s interest from might vote on that matter.
a potential buyer in using However, she said she’s
the part of lot that’s cur- glad to see the home will
rently vacant. retain its landmark sta-
“When that designa- tus, especially in the face
tion was made, it was of Starkville losing oth-
for the entire property er historic properties to
(including the home),” Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff redevelopment in recent
she said. “At this point, Concerns swept over social media that the Magrud- years, and one — at the
it’s been in private own- er-Newsom House, across from Overstreet Elementary
corner of Highway 12 and
ership for a while and School, would lose its Mississippi landmark designa-
tion. However, the portion of the property behind the Louisville Street— being
there’s a potential buyer
home is being considered for de-designation, rather considered for removal to
who would like to devel-
than the house. build a mixed commer-
op the western side of
cial and residential devel-
the lot. The Mississippi member of Starkville’s The Dispatch she was opment.
Department of Archives
planning and zoning com- relieved to see the desig- “As a private citizen,
would rather not admin-
mission and associate nation was for an unoccu- it is good to hear that
ister regulations to new
construction.” professor in Mississippi pied portion of the land, the house itself is not go-
Starkville Communi- State University’s School and not the home itself. ing to get the landmark
ty Development person- of Architecture, posted Gregory also said she designation removed,”
nel confirmed that the on Wednesday evening contacted Michael Fazio, she said. “We’ve lost so
city has received some that she was worried chairman of the Starkville many historic properties
interest in the lot. Assis- about the home’s future if Historic Preservation and may lose the historic
tant City Planner Emily it lost the landmark des- Commission, about the property at Highway 12
Corban said, while noth- ignation. home, and Fazio indicat- and Louisville Street.”
ing official has come in, On Thursday, she told ed that the commission
there’s been a proposal,
presented by a represen-
tative of Harvest Group,
LLC, to use the western,
unoccupied portion of the
lot to build new residenc-
es. The land is zoned R-2
residential, which Cor-
ban said only allows for
single-family residential
construction.
The Dispatch could
not reach anyone with
Harvest Group, LLC, for
comment by press time.
The Magruder-New-
som House is listed as be-
ing owned by Genevieve
Lois Maxon-Stark on an
Oktibbeha County tax
parcel map.
Kim Stevens, a Real-
tor with Coldwell Banker
who is listed as an agent
for the home’s sale, said
she couldn’t comment
on any potential buyers.
However, she said the
home has not yet been
purchased and the list-
ing price, which includes
the entire property, is
$575,000.
Alexis Gregory, a
Sports
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SECTION

MSU not looking for moral victories at CWS


bert and Mac- Slimantics
Mangum: ‘I did not come back here just to make it to Omaha’ Namee have
n MSU Baseball: Seems
BY BEN PORTNOY direct in his response to a reporter. each made like old times. Page 6A
bportnoy@cdispatch.com “We will be here, back next year,” he their own re-
said. “We will win the national champi- spective im-
STARKVILLE — Elijah MacNamee onship. Mark my words.” pact on offense, as well as in the leader-
sat at the foot of his locker at TD Amer- One year later, a part of MacNamee’s ship department.
itrade Park with a somber look on his prediction has already come true. MSU MacNamee Mangum Lemonis Hunter Stovall was the lone upper-
face. is back in the Omaha, Nebraska proving classmen hitter who batted better than
Minutes earlier, Mississippi State rounds of the CWS, where the Bulldogs the 2019 squad is decidedly more experi- .300 who didn’t return from 2018 team.
had been eliminated from the 2018 Col- are but a handful of victories away from enced at the plate. The largest difference between the
lege World Series by way of a 5-2 defeat bringing home the program’s first na- Sophomores Tanner Allen, Justin two is in the pitching department. With
to eventual national champion Oregon tional title. Foscue and Josh Hatcher are all hitting the departures of Konnor Pilkington
State. The differences between last season’s over .300, while Rowdey Jordan has been and Jacob Billingsley, MSU had to over-
And while the emotion of the moment team and this year’s are distinct. With a a steady contributor at .296. haul its weekend rotation.
bore down on him, he was succinct and steady mix of upper and underclassmen, Seniors Jake Mangum, Marshall Gil- See MSU, 4B

COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ON THE SPEEDWAY


Breaking down
the bracket
State’s road to CWS final
could run through
two other SEC teams
BY BEN PORTNOY
bportnoy@cdispatch.com

For the second time in as many years,


Mississippi State baseball team is heading
to the College World Series.
After dispatching of Southern Univer-
sity, Central Michigan and Miami in the
Starkville Regional, MSU swept Stanford
in the Super Regional to reach Omaha.
Joining the sixth-seeded Bulldogs on
their side of the bracket are No. 2 seed Van-
derbilt, No. 7 seed Louisville and South-
eastern Conference Western Division foe
Auburn.
MSU will take on Auburn in its opening
game of the competition at 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day. David Miller/Special to The Dispatch
Here’s a quick look at what each of the What could have been: World of Outlaws regular Tyler Erb, seen here competing in a State Series race at Columbus in
March 2018, represented the caliber of competition expected at the Mud Bug Classic, which was called off this week.
three other teams on MSU’s side of the

Taylor: ‘Shady’ dealings doom Mud Bug Classic


bracket will bring to the CWS:

Auburn (38-26, SEC)


MSU’s first opponent is a common one.
Evans didn’t respond to text mes-
The Bulldogs and Tigers battled through a
three-game set in Starkville March 22-24.
Race promoter doesn’t raise the prize money to sages or Facebook messages to his
personal page and the page for the
After dropping the first game, 6-5, MSU
won the final two games of the series — in-
cover planned weekend races at Columbus Speedway Southern Winged Modified Tour, for
would have started tonight. which he is the promoter. Taylor said
cluding a 20-15 slugfest in the final contest. By DAVID MILLER
“(Evans’) intention was to show up Evans announced the cancellation on
Auburn comes into the week having de- Special to The Dispatch
with $16,000 on a $105,000 purse, and Facebook earlier this week but has
feated No. 14 seed
The Mud Bug Classic is officially I wasn’t going to be a part of it,” Taylor since deleted that post.
North Carolina in
canceled. said. “I needed a guarantee everyone Taylor still doesn’t know the name
the Chapel Hill Su-
Columbus Speedway promoter Rod would get paid. He wanted to postpone of the title sponsor, but he said Dan
per Regional and
it, but the weather is perfect … these Cox, an Alabama-based racer who
escaping No. 3 seed Taylor announced the cancellation
racers aren’t stupid. was helping Evans promote the race,
Georgia Tech in the via the track’s Facebook page, citing
“I want to apologize to the race fans verified the bounced check.
Atlanta Regional. a failure of race promoter Charles Ev-
and all the racers,” he added. “This “I told (Evans) that, if it were me,
At the plate, ans, who agreed to lease the track, to that sponsor’s name and a picture
the Tigers’ offense is limited. Not a single secure the required prize money — decision was out of my control.”
Taylor said Evans cited a bounced of that check would be out there so
player in the projected starting lineup is more than $100,000 for six divisions no one gets involved with them ever
averaging better than .287, nor has anyone — that had been advertised for over a check from a title sponsor as the
again,” Taylor said. “Other promoters
notched more than nine home runs on the month. reason for the cancellation. Taylor,
need to know.”
year. The Mud Bug Classic would have though, said Evans had never previ-
The race was initially postponed
That said, Auburn is fairly dangerous been a two-day show, with Super Late ously mentioned a title sponsor or how five weeks ago due to weather. The
once on the base paths. Ryan Bliss, Kason Models and Southern Winged Mod- much the sponsor was covering. Mar- payouts for the first go-round were a
Howell and Will Holland each boast 11 or ifieds — a novelty division that has keting materials never included a title bit more modest: a $4,000-to-win fea-
more stolen bases this season. never run in Mississippi, Taylor said sponsor, though Evans’ “CRE Promo-
See SEC, 4B — set for cornerstone features that tions” was included in web graphics. See Speedway, 4B

THE NBA FINALS


Raptors earn 1st NBA title, top injured Warriors in Game 6
The Associated Press timeout it didn’t have, giving Leon-
ard a technical free throw with 0.9
OAKLAND, Calif. — Kawhi seconds left to seal it. Leonard, the
Leonard raised his arms high in tri- NBA Finals MVP for a second time,
umph and celebrated Canada’s first then got behind Andre Iguodala for
NBA championship. a layup as the buzzer sounded, but
“We the North!” is now “We the it went to review and the basket was
Champs!” called off before Leonard’s two free
Toronto Leonard and the Toronto Rap- throws. That only delayed the cele-
Raptors tors captured the country’s first ma- bration for a moment.
forward Kawhi jor title in 26 years with their most When it actually ended, the typ-
Leonard (2) remarkable road win yet in the fran- ically stoic Leonard could let it all
celebrates chise’s NBA Finals debut, outlast- out. A Canadian team — and we’re
with the
ing the battered and depleted two- not talking hockey here — stood
Larry O’Brien
Championship time defending champion Golden on top of one of the traditional ma-
Trophy after State Warriors 114-110 on Thursday jor sports leagues for the first time
defeating the night in a Game 6 for the ages. since the Toronto Blue Jays won the
Golden State “I wanted to make history here. 1993 World Series.
Warriors That’s what I did,” a soaking wet Serge Ibaka pulled his head up
for the NBA Leonard said, ski goggles perched through the hoop by the Golden
Championship State bench as the crowd chanted
in game six on his forehead and sporting a fresh
black champions hat. “Warriors! Warriors!” after a sensa-
of the 2019
NBA Finals at Stephen Curry missed a con- tional send-off at Oracle Arena.
Oracle Arena. tested 3-pointer in the waning mo- Curry walked away slowly,
Sergio Estrada/USA TODAY Sports ments before Golden State called a See NBA FINALS, 5B
2B FRIDAY, June 14, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
IP H R ER BB SO
Baseball
Umpires_Home, Bruce Dreckman; First, Paul Gasol 0-5 3-4 3, Lowry 9-16 4-6 26, Da.Green Caroline Masson 37-33—70 -2
New York Emmel; Second, Mike Estabrook; Third, Chad 0-0 0-0 0, Powell 0-2 0-0 0, Ibaka 7-12 1-2 15, Cristie Kerr 37-33—70 -2

Summer Camps
Happ 5 5 4 4 4 2 Fairchild. VanVleet 6-14 5-5 22. Totals 39-82 23-29 114. Inbee Park 34-36—70 -2
American League Glance Kahnle 1 0 0 0 1
Ottavino L,2-2 2-3 2 1 1 1
2
2
T_3:49. A_31,912 (38,649). GOLDEN STATE (110)
Iguodala 9-15 1-5 22, Dr.Green 5-10 0-2 11,
Na Yeon Choi
Clariss Guce
35-35—70 -2
36-34—70 -2
All Times EDT
Holder 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 Looney 3-7 0-0 6, Curry 6-17 6-6 21, Thomp- Celine Herbin 36-34—70 -2
East Division
Braves 6, Pirates 5
MUW Summer Volleyball Clinics
New York
W L Pct GB
41 26 .612 —
Chicago
Nova
Osich
5 2-3 6 4 4
1-3 0 0 0 0
2
0
5 Pittsburgh Atlanta
ab r h bi ab r h bi
son 8-12 10-10 30, McKinnie 0-1 0-0 0, Jerebko
0-0 0-0 0, Cousins 4-9 4-7 12, Bogut 0-1 0-0
0, Livingston 3-5 0-0 6, Cook 1-3 0-0 2. Totals
a-Ally Geer-Park
Becca Huffer
Aditi Ashok
35-36—71 -1
35-36—71 -1
36-35—71 -1
Mississippi University for Women will host four Tampa Bay 41 27 .603 ½
Marshall W,2-0 1 1 0 0 0 2 Newman ss 4 0 1 0 Acn Jr. cf 5 1 2 0 39-80 21-30 110. Nanna Koerstz Madsen 37-34—71 -1
Boston 36 34 .514 6½
position-specific volleyball clinics this summer for youth Toronto 25 43 .368 16½ Herrera H,6 1 1 0 0 0 3 B.Rynld lf 4 1 3 2 D.Swnsn ss 2 1 0 0 Toronto 33 27 26 28—114 Gerina Piller 36-35—71 -1
Bummer S,1-1 1 1 0 0 0 2 S.Marte cf 5 0 1 1 F.Frman 1b 5 1 2 2 Golden State 32 25 31 22—110 Minjee Lee 35-36—71 -1
players. Baltimore 21 47 .309 20½
WP_Nova. Bell 1b 4 0 0 0 Dnldson 3b 4 1 1 1 3-Point Goals_Toronto 13-33 (VanVleet 5-11, Kris Tamulis 36-35—71 -1
Central Division
A defense/libero clinic will be held July 15, followed W L Pct GB Umpires_Home, Adam Hamari; First, Todd Moran 3b 4 1 0 0 Mrkakis rf 3 1 1 0 Lowry 4-7, Siakam 3-6, Leonard 1-5, Powell Sarah Kemp 36-35—71 -1
Tichenor; Second, Phil Cuzzi; Third, Nic Lentz. Nvrskas p 0 0 0 0 Albies 2b 4 1 2 2 0-1, Ibaka 0-1, Gasol 0-2), Golden State 11- Klara Spilkova 38-33—71 -1
by a setters clinic July 16, a hitter/blocker clinic July 17 Minnesota 45 22 .672 —
T_3:14. A_25,311 (40,615). G.Plnco rf 4 0 0 0 B.McCnn c 3 0 0 0 31 (Thompson 4-6, Iguodala 3-6, Curry 3-11, Dana Finkelstein 36-35—71 -1
Cleveland 34 33 .507 11
and an all skills clinic July 18. Chicago 33 34 .493 12 El.Diaz c 4 0 1 1 Joyce lf 4 0 1 1 Dr.Green 1-4, Cousins 0-1, McKinnie 0-1, Cook Daniela Darquea 34-38—72 E
A.Frzer 2b 3 2 2 0 Clbrson lf 0 0 0 0 0-2). Fouled Out_None. Rebounds_Toronto 39 Sarah Schmelzel 36-36—72 E
Cost is $50 per session. In order to participate, Detroit
Kansas City
25 40 .385 19
22 46 .324 23½ Royals 7, Tigers 3 Msgrove p 1 0 0 0 Teheran p 3 0 1 0 (Siakam 10), Golden State 42 (Dr.Green 19). Katherine Kirk 38-34—72 E
each camper must complete a signed registration form, West Division Detroit Kansas City Hrtlieb p 0 0 0 0 Tssaint p 0 0 0 0 Assists_Toronto 25 (Lowry 10), Golden State Azahara Munoz 36-36—72 E
ab r h bi ab r h bi C.Dckrs ph 1 1 1 1 Swarzak p 0 0 0 0 28 (Dr.Green 13). Total Fouls_Toronto 23, Gold- Gaby Lopez 35-37—72 E
a facility accident waiver and a photo release form. W L Pct GB
J.Jones cf 2 0 1 0 Mrrfeld rf 5 2 2 2 Kang 3b 1 0 0 0 Riley ph 1 0 0 0 en State 23. Technicals_Golden State coach Lydia Ko 37-35—72 E
Houston 46 23 .667 —
Registration and all forms for the clinic are available Texas 36 32 .529 9½ V.Reyes cf 2 1 1 1 Mondesi ss 5 0 0 0 Blevins p 0 0 0 0 Warriors (Excess timeout). A_19,596 (19,596). Yu Liu 38-34—72 E
C.Stwrt lf 5 0 0 0 Cthbert 1b 5 0 2 1 L.Jcksn p 0 0 0 0 Jacqui Concolino 35-37—72 E
at https://www.owlsathletics.com/camps/camps-list. Oakland 35 34 .507 11
Cstllns rf 3 1 0 0 Soler dh 3 1 1 0 Totals 35 5 9 5 Totals 34 6 10 6 Isi Gabsa 33-39—72 E
For more information contact Roxanne Hernandez at
Los Angeles
Seattle
34 35 .493 12
29 43 .403 18½ Mi.Cbrr dh 4 0 1 0 Gterrez 3b 4 0 0 0 Pittsburgh 001 100 201—5 WNBA Glance Caroline Hedwall 37-35—72 E
Ro.Rdri pr-dh 1 0 1 1 N.Lopez 2b 4 2 2 1 Atlanta 001 050 00x—6 All Times EDT Lindsey Weaver 36-36—72 E
662-329-6572. Wednesday’s Games
Dixon 1b 4 0 2 0 Mldnado c 4 1 2 1 E_Joyce (1). LOB_Pittsburgh 8, Atlanta 9. EASTERN CONFERENCE Stephanie Meadow 38-34—72 E
Oakland 6, Tampa Bay 2
Cincinnati 7, Cleveland 2 Goodrum ss 3 0 0 0 Gore lf 2 1 1 0 2B_B.Reynolds 2 (14), El.Diaz (7), A.Frazier W L Pct GB Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 39-33—72 E
Boston 4, Texas 3 H.Cstro 2b 2 0 0 1 B.Hmltn cf 3 0 0 0 (12), C.Dickerson (2), Acuna Jr. (9), Albies (13). Connecticut 6 1 .857 — Gemma Dryburgh 37-36—73 +1

on the air Toronto 8, Baltimore 6


Milwaukee 6, Houston 3, 14 innings
Seattle 9, Minnesota 6, 10 innings
Greiner c 4 0 0 0
D.Lugo 3b 4 1 1 0
Totals 34 3 7 3 Totals 35 7 10 5
3B_F.Freeman (2). CS_Newman (1). S_Mus-
grove (3).
IP H R ER BB SO
Washington 4 2 .667 1½
Chicago
Indiana
3 2 .600 2
4 3 .571 2
Lauren Kim
Dori Carter
Emily Pedersen
37-36—73 +1
35-38—73 +1
34-39—73 +1
Detroit 000 000 111—3 Pittsburgh New York 2 4 .333 3½ Mi Jung Hur 36-37—73 +1
Today Detroit 3, Kansas City 2
Thursday’s Games
Minnesota 10, Seattle 5
Kansas City 020 311 00x—7
E_Gutierrez (3), Goodrum (6). LOB_Detroit 11,
Musgrove L,4-7 4 9 6 6 2
Hartlieb 2 1 0 0 0
3
1
Atlanta 1 4 .200 4
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Jaye Marie Green
Laetitia Beck
38-35—73 +1
38-35—73 +1
AUTO RACING Toronto 12, Baltimore 3 Kansas City 8. 2B_Merrifield 2 (18), Cuthbert
(2), Maldonado (6). 3B_D.Lugo (3). HR_N.Lo-
Neverauskas
Atlanta
2 0 0 0 1 2
Los Angeles
W L Pct GB
3 2 .600 —
a-Aneka Seumanutafa 36-38—74 +2
Boston 7, Texas 6 Eun-Hee Ji 36-38—74 +2
6:30 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing: Friday Nitro L.A. Angels 5, Tampa Bay 3 pez (1). SF_H.Castro (1). Teheran W,5-4 6 3 2 1 3 2 Minnesota 4 3 .571 — Linnea Strom 38-36—74 +2
Kansas City 7, Detroit 3 IP H R ER BB SO Toussaint 1-3 4 2 2 0 0 Seattle 4 3 .571 — Anne van Dam 35-39—74 +2
Bristol, Bristol, Tenn., FS1 Chicago White Sox 5, N.Y. Yankees 4 Detroit Swarzak H,5 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 Las Vegas 2 3 .400 1 Dottie Ardina 37-37—74 +2
Boyd L,5-5 4 6 5 4 2 7 Blevins H,6 1 0 0 0 0 2 Phoenix 2 3 .400 1 Luna Sobron 36-38—74 +2
CFL FOOTBALL Friday’s Games
Boston (Rodriguez 6-4) at Baltimore (TBD), Torres 2 4 2 2 0 3 Jackson S,10-15 1 2 1 1 0 0 Dallas 0 5 .000 3 Sophia Popov 37-38—75 +3
Adams 2 0 0 0 2 2 Musgrove pitched to 5 batters in the 5th Wednesday’s Games
8 p.m. — Montreal at Edmonton, ESPN2 7:05 p.m.
Kansas City HBP_by Musgrove (Swanson), by Neverauskas New York 75, Minnesota 69
Dani Holmqvist
Maddie McCrary
37-38—75 +3
38-38—76 +4
Cleveland (Plutko 2-1) at Detroit (Carpenter
GOLF 1-3), 7:10 p.m. Bailey W,5-6
Lopez
6 2 0 0 3
1 1 1 1 0
6
1
(Markakis).
Umpires_Home, Tripp Gibson; First, Brian
Thursday’s Games
Indiana 76, Dallas 72
Selena Costabile
Brittany Marchand
38-38—76 +4
37-39—76 +4
L.A. Angels (Heaney 0-1) at Tampa Bay (Snell
11:30 a.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, 4-5), 7:10 p.m. McCarthy
Peralta
1 2 1 1 1
2-3 2 1 1 1
0
1
Gorman; Second, Mark Carlson; Third, Jansen
Visconti.
Friday’s Games
Seattle at Washington, 7 p.m.
Jessica Korda 40-36—76 +4
Texas (Chavez 2-2) at Cincinnati (Mahle 2-6), Cindy LaCrosse 40-37—77 +5
second round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FS1 7:10 p.m. Kennedy S,6-8 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 T_3:30. A_35,108 (41,149). Connecticut at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 39-38—77 +5
Kansas City (Keller 3-8) at Minnesota (Gibson HBP_by Bailey (Jones). WP_Torres. Los Angeles at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Laura Davies 38-39—77 +5
11:30 a.m. — LPGA Tour Golf: Meijer LPGA Umpires_Home, Alan Porter; First, Joe West; New York at Las Vegas, 10:30 p.m. Robyn Choi 38-40—78 +6
6-3), 8:10 p.m.
Second, John Libka; Third, Eric Cooper. NCAA College World Saturday’s Games Louise Stahle 41-37—78 +6
Classic, second round, Grand Rapids, Mich., N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 3-3) at Chicago White
T_3:17. A_25,454 (24,000). Chicago at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Sox (Giolito 9-1), 8:10 p.m. Series Glance Atlanta at Dallas, 8 p.m.
Tiffany Chan
Cheyenne Knight
41-37—78 +6
40-40—80 +8
GOLF Toronto (Sanchez 3-7) at Houston (Cole 5-5), At TD Ameritrade Park Omaha New York at Los Angeles, 10 p.m. Leaderboard at time of suspended play
6:30 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open,
8:10 p.m.
Seattle (Gonzales 6-6) at Oakland (Bassitt
Red Sox 7, Rangers 6 Omaha, Neb. Golfer Score Thru
Texas Boston All Times EDT
3-2), 9:37 p.m. Jenny Shin -6 F
second round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FOX
MLB BASEBALL
Saturday’s Games
L.A. Angels (Suarez 1-1) at Tampa Bay (Morton
ab r h bi
Choo dh 1 2 0 0 Betts rf
DShelds cf 4 2 1 0 Bnntndi lf
ab r h bi
3 0 1 0
4 0 0 0
(Double Elimination; x-if necessary)
Saturday, June 15
Game 1 — Michigan (45-20) vs. Texas Tech
Golf Katherine Perry
Mariajo Uribe
-6 F
-5 F
8-0), 1:10 p.m.
Boston (Sale 2-7) at Baltimore (Bundy 3-7),
Andrus ss 5 1 3 3 Mrtinez dh 4 1 1 1 (44-18), 2 p.m. U.S. Open Championship Sarah Burnham
Lizette Salas
-4 F
-4 F
6 p.m. — St. Louis at NY Mets OR Arizona at 4:05 p.m.
Pence lf 4 1 3 1 Devers 3b 4 1 1 1 Game 2 — Florida State (41-21) vs. Arkansas
(46-18), 7 p.m. Par Scores Nasa Hataoka -4 F
A.Cbrra 3b 5 0 0 0 Bgaerts ss 3 2 2 1 Jin Young Ko -4 F
Washington, MLB Toronto (Richard 0-2) at Houston (Valdez 2-2),
4:10 p.m.
Da.Sntn rf 4 0 0 0 C.Vazqz c 4 1 1 0 Sunday, June 16 Thursday
At Pebble Beach Golf Links Mina Harigae -4 F
Frsythe 1b 3 0 1 2 Brdly J cf 4 1 2 3 Game 3 — Louisville (49-16) vs. Vanderbilt
SOCCER (MEN’S) Cleveland (Bieber 5-2) at Detroit (TBD), 6:10 Guzman ph 0 0 0 0 Chavis 1b 4 1 1 1 (54-11), 2 p.m. Pebble Beach Calif. Brooke Henderson -4 6
p.m. Odor 2b 4 0 1 0 M.Hrnan 2b 2 0 0 0 Game 4 — Mississippi State (51-13) vs. Auburn Purse: $12.5 million
1:20 p.m. — FIFA U-20 World Cup: Teams Kansas City (Sparkman 1-2) at Minnesota Yardage: 7,075; Par 71 (35-36)
TBD, third place match, Poland, FS1
(Odorizzi 9-2), 7:10 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees (TBD) at Chicago White Sox (Lo-
Mathis c 4 0 0 0 E.Nunez ph-2b 2 0 0 0
Mazara ph 1 0 0 0
Totals 35 6 9 6 Totals 34 7 9 7
(38-26), 7:30 p.m.
Monday, June 17
Game 5 — Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, 2
First Round
a-denotes amateur Soccer
SOCCER (WOMEN’S) pez 4-6), 7:10 p.m.
Texas (Minor 5-4) at Cincinnati (Roark 4-5),
Texas 420 000 000—6 p.m. Justin Rose
Rickie Fowler
32-33—65 -6
33-33—66 -5
Major League Soccer
Boston 130 110 10x—7 Game 6 — Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner,
8 a.m. — FIA World Cup: Japan vs. Scotland, 7:10 p.m.
Seattle (LeBlanc 3-2) at Oakland (Montas 8-2),
E_Shawaryn (1), Odor (4). LOB_Texas 14, 7 p.m. Xander Schauffele 35-31—66 -5 Glance
Boston 5. 2B_DeShields (5), Pence 2 (14), Tuesday, June 18 Louis Oosthuizen 32-34—66 -5 All Times EDT
Group D, France, FS1 9:07 p.m. Bradley Jr. (12). HR_Martinez (13), Devers Game 7 — Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 loser, 2 Aaron Wise
Scott Piercy
33-33—66 -5
32-35—67 -4
EASTERN CONFERENCE
(10), Bogaerts (14), Bradley Jr. (6), Chavis p.m. W L T Pts GF GA
11 a.m. — FIFA World Cup: Jamaica vs. Italy, National League Glance (11). SB_Choo (4), DeShields (11), Odor (7). Game 8 — Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, Nate Lashley 32-35—67 -4 Philadelphia 9 4 4 31 31 20
CS_Da.Santana (3). 7 p.m. Sepp Straka 32-36—68 -3 Montreal 8 7 3 27 21 28
Group C, France, FOX All Times EDT
IP H R ER BB SO Wednesday, June 19 Emiliano Grillo 35-33—68 -3 D.C. United 7 4 6 27 23 18
East Division Game 9 — Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 loser, Rory McIlroy 33-35—68 -3 Atlanta 8 5 2 26 19 11
2 p.m. — FIFA World Cup: England vs. W L Pct GB Texas
Sampson 5 7 6 6 1 5 7 p.m. Gary Woodland 32-36—68 -3 New York 7 6 3 24 27 19
Atlanta 40 29 .580 — Thursday, June 20 Chez Reavie 34-34—68 -3 New York City FC 5 1 8 23 23 17
Argentina, Group D, France, FOX Philadelphia 38 30 .559 1½ Springs
Fairbanks L,0-1 1
1-3 1 0 0 0
2-3 1 1 1
1
1 1 Game 10 — Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 loser, Chesson Hadley 35-33—68 -3 Toronto FC 5 6 4 19 26 25
New York 33 34 .493 6
SWIMMING Washington 31 37 .456 8½ Leclerc 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 p.m.
Friday, June 21
Henrik Stenson
Francesco Molinari
32-36—68 -3
33-35—68 -3
Orlando City
Chicago
5 7 3 18 22 21
4 6 6 18 24 23
Miami 24 42 .364 14½ Boston
7 p.m. — TYP Pro Swim Series: Day 2 races, Central Division Price 1 1-3 5 6 6 1 2 Game 11 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 9 win- Adri Arnaus
Martin Kaymer
34-35—69 -2
35-34—69 -2
Columbus 5 9 2 17 16 24
Shawaryn 2 1-3 0 0 0 2 2 ner, 2 p.m. New England 4 8 4 16 17 33
Fresno, Calif., NBCSN
Milwaukee
W L Pct GB
39 29 .574 — Brewer 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 Game 12 — Game 8 winner vs. Game 10 win- Jon Rahm 36-33—69 -2 Cincinnati 3 11 2 11 14 33
Lakins 1 0 0 0 2 1 ner, 7 p.m. Marc Leishman 33-36—69 -2 WESTERN CONFERENCE
WNBA BASKETBALL Chicago 38 30 .559 1
Walden 1 2 0 0 0 1 Saturday, June 22 Bryson DeChambeau 35-34—69 -2 W L T Pts GF GA
St. Louis 33 33 .500 5 x-Game 13 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 9 win- Graeme McDowell 33-36—69 -2 Los Angeles FC 11 1 4 37 39 13
6 p.m. — Seattle at Washington, CBSSN Cincinnati 30 36 .455 8 Workman W,4-1 1 1 0 0 2
Barnes H,10 1 1 0 0 0
2
2 ner, 2 p.m. Hideki Matsuyama 34-35—69 -2 LA Galaxy 9 6 1 28 22 19
Pittsburgh 30 38 .441 9 Sergio Garcia 35-34—69 -2
9 p.m. — Los Angeles at Phoenix, CBSSN West Division Smith S,1-1 1 0 0 0 1
HBP_by Price (Choo), by Price (Choo), by
1 x-Game 14 — Game 8 winner vs. Game 10
winner, 7 p.m. a-Viktor Hovland 33-36—69 -2
Seattle
Houston
7 4 5 26 26 21
7 3 3 24 21 14
Saturday
Los Angeles
Arizona
W L Pct GB
46 23 .667 —
37 33 .529 9½
Smith (Guzman).
Umpires_Home, Jordan Baker; First, Hunter
Championship Series
(Best-of-3)
Brooks Koepka
Matt Kuchar
32-37—69 -2
33-36—69 -2
FC Dallas 6 6 4 22 22 22
Minnesota United 6 7 3 21 23 25
Matt Fitzpatrick 33-36—69 -2 Real Salt Lake 6 8 1 19 21 27
AUTO RACING Colorado 36 32 .529 9½ Wendelstedt; Second, Angel Hernandez; Third,
Vic Carapazza.
Monday, June 24: Pairings TBD, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, June 25: Pairings TBD, 7 p.m. Carlos Ortiz 35-35—70 -1 San Jose 5 6 4 19 23 27
San Diego 33 36 .478 13 a-Jovan Rebula 34-36—70 -1
1 p.m. — NASCAR Xfinity Series: practice, San Francisco 28 38 .424 16½ T_4:06. A_35,841 (37,731). x-Wednesday, June 26: Pairings TBD, 7 p.m.
Jason Dufner 34-36—70 -1
Vancouver 4 6 6 18 17 20
Sporting Kansas City 3 5 7 16 26 27
Wednesday’s Games
Newton, Iowa, FS1 Zach Johnson 36-34—70 -1 Colorado 4 9 3 15 25 34
Cincinnati 7, Cleveland 2 Blue Jays 12, Orioles 3 Basketball Jason Day 34-36—70 -1 Portland 4 7 2 14 19 26
1 p.m. — Lucas Oil Motocross: High Point Chicago Cubs 10, Colorado 1
Arizona 2, Philadelphia 0
Toronto Baltimore Tyrrell Hatton 33-37—70 -1 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
ab r h bi ab r h bi Matt Wallace 33-37—70 -1 Saturday, June 22
National, NBC Miami 9, St. Louis 0 Sogard 2b 6 1 2 0 Villar 2b 5 0 0 0 NBA Playoff Glance Rafa Cabrera Bello 35-35—70 -1 LA Galaxy at Cincinnati, 7:30 p.m.
Atlanta 8, Pittsburgh 7, 11 innings Grrr Jr 3b 4 0 3 2 Sntnder lf-rf 4 0 3 2 All Times EDT Paul Casey 35-35—70 -1 Real Salt Lake at Chicago, 8 p.m.
3 p.m. — Lucas Oil Motocross: High Point Milwaukee 6, Houston 3, 14 innings Drury 3b 1 0 0 0 Mancini rf 3 0 1 0 FIRST ROUND Adam Scott 34-36—70 -1 Toronto FC at FC Dallas, 8 p.m.
San Francisco 4, San Diego 2 Grrl Jr lf 5 1 3 3 Broxton cf 1 0 0 0 (Best-of-7) Byeong Hun An 33-37—70 -1 Colorado at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
National, NBCSN Thursday’s Games Smoak 1b 5 0 1 1 Sisco c 4 1 1 1 Eastern Conference Tiger Woods 34-36—70 -1 Houston at Portland, 11 p.m.
N.Y. Mets 4, St. Louis 4, 9 innings, susp. Milwaukee 4, Detroit 0 Luis Gagne 36-35—71 E
4:30 p.m. — NASCAR Gander Outdoors Atlanta 6, Pittsburgh 5
Tellez dh 5 1 1 0 R.Nunez dh 4 0 2 0
T.Hrnan cf 4 1 1 0 R.Ruiz 3b 4 0 0 0 Sunday, April 14: Milwaukee 121, Detroit 86 Erik Van Rooyen 33-38—71 E
Sunday, June 23
Sporting Kansas City at Columbus, 5:30 p.m.
Arizona 5, Washington 0 Wednesday, April 17: Milwaukee 120, Detroit 99
Truck Series, qualifying, Newton, Iowa, FS2 Colorado 9, San Diego 6
Biggio rf 4 3 2 2 S.Wlkrs cf-lf 4 0 1 0
Saturday, April 20: Milwaukee 119, Detroit 103
Bernd Wiesberger
Thorbjorn Olesen
35-36—71 E
33-38—71 E
Galvis ss 3 2 1 2 C.Davis 1b 4 1 1 0
6 p.m. — NASCAR Xfinity Series: final
practice, Newton, Iowa, FS1
L.A. Dodgers 7, Chicago Cubs 3
Friday’s Games
N.Y. Mets 4, St. Louis 4, 9 innings, susp.
D.Jnsen c 5 3 3 2 Ri.Mrtn ss 4 1 1 0
Totals 42 12 17 12 Totals 37 3 10 3
Monday, April 22: Milwaukee 127, Detroit 104
Toronto 4, Orlando 1
Saturday, April 13: Orlando 104, Toronto 101
Tom Hoge
Haotong Li
Kyle Stanley
34-37—71 E
36-35—71 E
36-35—71 E
Transactions
Arizona (Ray 5-3) at Washington (Scherzer
Toronto
Baltimore
011 007 300—12
001 010 010—3 Tuesday, April 16: Toronto 111, Orlando 82 Danny Willett 34-37—71 E Thursday’s Moves
7:30 p.m. — NASCAR Gander Outdoors 4-5), 7:05 p.m. E_Sogard (2), Galvis (5). DP_Toronto 2, Balti- Friday, April 19: Toronto 98, Orlando 93 Dustin Johnson 36-35—71 E BASEBALL
Pittsburgh (Brault 2-1) at Miami (Richards 3-6), more 1. LOB_Toronto 8, Baltimore 7. 2B_Guer- Sunday, April 21: Toronto 107, Orlando 85 Cameron Smith 34-37—71 E American League
Truck Series: The M&M’s 200, Newton Iowa, 7:10 p.m. rero Jr. (8), Tellez (9), Galvis (13), R.Nunez Tuesday, April 23: Toronto 115, Orlando 96 Tommy Fleetwood 38-33—71 E MINNESOTA TWINS — Recalled RHP Fernan-
St. Louis (Ponce de Leon 0-0) at N.Y. Mets Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 1 a-Brandon Wu 35-36—71 E do Romero from Rochester (IL). Optioned RHP
FS1 (Matz 5-4), 7:10 p.m.
(11). HR_Gurriel Jr. (6), Biggio 2 (3), Sisco (2).
SB_Mancini (1). SF_Guerrero Jr. (1). Saturday, April 13: Brooklyn 111, Philadelphia Patrick Reed 35-36—71 E Ryan Eades to Rochester.
Texas (Chavez 2-2) at Cincinnati (Mahle 2-6), 102 NEW YORK YANKEES — Placed 1B-DH
BOXING 7:10 p.m.
IP H R ER BB SO
Monday, April 15: Philadelphia 145, Brooklyn
Harris English
Brian Stuard
33-38—71 E
35-36—71 E Kendrys Morales on the 10-day IL, retroactive
Toronto
6 p.m. — Top Rank Boxing: Undercards, Las Philadelphia (Pivetta 4-1) at Atlanta (Fried 7-3),
7:20 p.m.
Stroman W,4-8 6 7 2 1 0 5 123
Thursday, April 18: Philadelphia 131, Brooklyn
Collin Morikawa 34-37—71 E to June 12. Recalled LHP Nestor Cortes Jr.
and OF Mike Tauchman from Scranton/Wil-
Shafer 2 2 1 1 0 4 Chip McDaniel 36-35—71 E
Vegas, Nev., ESPN2 San Diego (Quantrill 1-2) at Colorado (Hoffman Pannone 1 1 0 0 0 1 115 a-Michael Thorbjornsen 34-37—71 E kes-Barre (IL).
1-3), 8:40 p.m. Baltimore Saturday, April 20: Philadelphia 112, Brooklyn Sam Saunders 35-37—72 +1 SEATTLE MARINERS — Signed RHP George
CFL FOOTBALL Chicago Cubs (Hendricks 7-4) at L.A. Dodgers Ynoa L,0-3 5 7 3 3 0 1 108 Scottie Scheffler 35-37—72 +1 Kirby and LHP Brandon Williamson.
(Hill 3-1), 10:10 p.m. Tuesday, April 23: Philadelphia 122, Brooklyn Brendon Todd 36-36—72 +1 TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Recalled RHP Jus-
6 p.m. — Ottawa at Calgary, ESPNEWS Milwaukee (Davies 7-0) at San Francisco
Fry
Phillips
1-3 3 5 5 2
2-3 3 1 1 0
0
1 100 Luke Donald 34-38—72 +1 tin Shafer from Buffalo (IL). Placed RHP Elvis
(Pomeranz 1-6), 10:15 p.m. Boston 4, Indiana 0 J.B. Holmes 35-37—72 +1 Luciano on the 10-day IL. Acquired RHP Nick
9 p.m. — Winnipeg at British Columbia, Saturday’s Games
Lucas 3 4 3 3 2
G.Ynoa pitched to 1 batter in the 6th
2
Sunday, April 14: Boston 84, Indiana 74 Phil Mickelson 36-36—72 +1 Kingham from the Pittsburgh for cash consid-
Arizona (Clarke 1-2) at Washington (Strasburg Wednesday, April 17: Boston 99, Indiana 91 erations. Transferred RHP Ryan Tepera to the
ESPN2 7-3), 4:05 p.m.
Umpires_Home, Mark Wegner; First, Jeremie
Friday, April 19: Boston 104, Indiana 96
Jhonattan Vegas
Justin Walters
33-39—72 +1
37-35—72 +1 60-day IL. Signed RHPs Alek Manoah, Alex
Rehak; Second, Jim Reynolds; Third, Stu
COLLEGE BASEBALL Milwaukee (Nelson 0-1) at San Francisco
(Bumgarner 3-6), 4:05 p.m.
Scheuwater. Sunday, April 21: Boston 110, Indiana 106
Western Conference
Richard Lee 35-37—72 +1 Nolan and Jackxarel Lebron; OF Will Robert-
son and SS Glenn Santiago to minor league
T_3:23. A_14,910 (45,971). Andy Pope 37-35—72 +1
1 p.m. — College World Series: Game 1, Pittsburgh (TBD) at Miami (Lopez 4-5), 6:10 Golden State 4, L.A. Clippers 2 Rory Sabbatini 36-36—72 +1 contracts.
p.m. Saturday, April 13: Golden State 121, L.A. Charlie Danielson 35-37—72 +1 National League
Omaha, Neb., ESPN St. Louis (Wacha 4-2) at N.Y. Mets (Synder- Angels 5, Rays 3 Clippers 104 a-Austin Eckroat 37-35—72 +1 CHICAGO CUBS — Placed RHP Carl Edwards,
gaard 4-4), 7:10 p.m. Los Angeles Tampa Bay Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Golden Charles Howell III 35-37—72 +1 Jr. on the 10-day IL, retroactive to June 10. Re-
6 p.m. — College World Series: Game 2, Texas (Minor 5-4) at Cincinnati (Roark 4-5), ab r h bi ab r h bi State 131 David Toms 34-38—72 +1 called LHP Tim Collins from Iowa (PCL).
7:10 p.m. Thursday, April 18: Golden State 132, L.A. Kevin Na 38-34—72 +1 COLORADO ROCKIES — Reinstated LHP
Omaha, Neb., ESPN Philadelphia (Nola 6-1) at Atlanta (Newcomb
L Stlla 3b 3 1 1 0 Av.Grci rf 4 0 1 0
Fltcher 3b 1 0 0 0 Pham lf 5 1 2 2 Clippers 105 Jordan Spieth 37-35—72 +1 Mike Dunn from the 10-day IL. Optioned LHP
1-0), 7:20 p.m. Phillip Diehl to Albuquerque (PCL).
GOLF San Diego (Lauer 5-5) at Colorado (Marquez
Trout cf 3 1 0 0 B.Lowe 2b 4 0 2 0
Ohtani dh 4 2 4 3 Y.Diaz dh 3 0 1 1
Sunday, April 21: Golden State 113, L.A. Clip-
pers 105
Aaron Baddeley
a-Chandler Eaton
35-37—72 +1
35-37—72 +1 LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Activated INF
11 a.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, third 6-3), 8:10 p.m.
Chicago Cubs (Darvish 2-3) at L.A. Dodgers
Pujols 1b 3 1 1 2 d’Arnud 1b 4 0 0 0 Wednesday, April 24: L.A. Clippers 129, Gold-
en State 121
Marcus Fraser 36-37—73 +2 Matt Beaty from the 10-day IL. Placed INF
Corey Seager on the 10-day IL, retroactive to
Puello lf 3 0 0 0 Adames ss 4 0 1 0 Billy Hurley III 37-36—73 +2
round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FOX (Buehler 7-1), 9:10 p.m. K.Clhun rf 4 0 0 0 Krmaier cf 4 0 1 0 Friday, April 26: Golden State 129, L.A. Clip- Billy Horschel 35-38—73 +2 June 12.
K.Smith c 4 0 0 0 Rbrtson 3b 3 1 1 0 pers 110 Justin Thomas 35-38—73 +2 PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES — Acquired UTL
12 p.m. — LPGA Tour Golf: Meijer LPGA Denver 4, San Antonio 3 Brad Miller from the New York Yankees for
Dodgers 7, Cubs 3 Tovar ss 4 0 0 0 Choi ph 1 0 0 0
Rengifo 2b 4 0 0 0 Zunino c 3 1 1 0 Saturday, April 13: San Antonio 101, Denver 96
Kevin Kisner
Rob Oppenheim
35-38—73 +2
38-35—73 +2 cash.
Classic, third round, Grand Rapids, Mich., Chicago Los Angeles Meadows ph 1 0 0 0 Tuesday, April 16: Denver 114, San Antonio 105 Nick Hardy 34-39—73 +2 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Recalled LHP Gé-
ab r h bi ab r h bi Thursday, April 18: San Antonio 118, Denver Ryan Sullivan 35-38—73 +2 nesis Cabrera from Memphis (PCL). Placed
GOLF Schwrbr lf 4 1 2 1 K.Hrnan lf 3 0 0 0
Totals 33 5 6 5 Totals
Los Angeles 300 020 000—5
36 3 10 3
108 Lee Slattery 36-37—73 +2 RHP Ryan Helsley on the 10-day IL.
Bryant rf 2 2 1 1 J.Trner 3b 4 1 1 0 SAN DIEGO PADRES — Reinstated LHP Matt
4 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, third Rizzo 1b 4 0 1 0 Freese 1b 4 2 2 2
Tampa Bay 000 030 000—3
E_Zunino (4). DP_Los Angeles 1. LOB_Los An-
Saturday, April 20: Denver 117, San Antonio
103
Joseph Bramlett
Keegan Bradley
38-35—73 +2
35-38—73 +2 Strahm from the 10-day IL. Optioned RHP Rob-
J.Baez ss 4 0 1 0 Bllnger rf 4 2 3 3
round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FOX Cntrras c 3 0 1 1 C.Tylor ss 3 1 1 0
geles 5, Tampa Bay 8. 2B_La Stella (6), Ohtani Tuesday, April 23: Denver 108, San Antonio 90
Thursday, April 25: San Antonio 120, Denver
Patrick Cantlay 36-37—73 +2 ert Stock to El Paso (PCL).
WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Signed RHPs
(2), Zunino (7). 3B_Ohtani (1). HR_Ohtani (8), Lucas Glover 37-36—73 +2
HORSE RACING Almr Jr cf 4 0 0 0 Muncy 2b 4 1 1 2
Russell 2b 4 0 1 0 Verdugo cf 3 0 2 0
Pujols (12). SB_Kiermaier (12). 103 Jim Furyk 36-37—73 +2 Tyler Dyson, Hunter McMahon, Davis Moore,
IP H R ER BB SO Saturday, April 27: Denver 90, San Antonio 86 Ian Poulter 34-39—73 +2 Amos Willingham, Tyler Yankowsky and Dylan
7:30 p.m. — Breeders’ Cup: Challenge Lester p 2 0 0 0 A.Brnes c 4 0 1 0 Los Angeles Portland 4, Oklahoma City 1 Justin Harding 35-38—73 +2 Beasley; SSs Jackson Cluff, J.T. Arruda, Junior
Dscalso ph 1 0 0 0 Kershaw p 1 0 0 0 Skaggs W,5-6 5 7 3 3 2 5 Sunday, April 14: Portland 104, Oklahoma Andrew Putnam 36-37—73 +2 Martina and Jack Dunn; Cs Andrew Pratt, Ma-
Series, Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky., Collins p 0 0 0 0 Garlick ph 1 0 0 0 Ramirez H,1 2 2-3 2 0 0 0 2 City 99 Daniel Berger 37-36—73 +2 son Doolittle and Allan Berrios; OFs Jake Ran-
Kntzler p 0 0 0 0 J.Urias p 1 0 0 0 Tuesday, April 16: Portland 114, Oklahoma Mikumu Horikawa 34-39—73 +2 da and Kevin Strohschein; 3Bs Jake Alu and
NBCSN Cratini ph 1 0 1 0
Anderson H,7 1-3 0 0 0 0
Bedrosian S,1-2 1 1 0 0 0
1
2 City 94 Matthieu Pavon 38-35—73 +2 Jaylen Hubbard; 1B Parker Quinn; LHP Troy
Bote 3b 4 0 0 0 Stainbrook and 2B Anthony Gomez.
LACROSSE (MEN’S) Totals 33 3 8 3 Totals 32 7 11 7
Tampa Bay
Yarbrough L,5-3 6 5 5 5 1 4
Friday, April 19: Oklahoma City 120, Portland
108
Callum Tarren
a-Kevin Yu
35-38—73 +2
35-39—74 +3 American Association
Chicago 201 000 000—3
4 p.m. — Premier League: Whipsnakes vs. Los Angeles 000 420 10x—7
Wood 2 1 0 0 0 0 Sunday, April 21: Portland 111, Oklahoma
City 98
Ryan Fox 36-38—74 +3 LINCOLN SALTDOGS — Released OF Colton
Burns.
Roe 1 0 0 0 0 2 a-Matt Parziale 37-37—74 +3
Archers, NBCSN DP_Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1. LOB_Chicago
6, Los Angeles 5. 2B_Rizzo (11), Verdugo
HBP_by Yarbrough (Trout), by Yarbrough Tuesday, April 23: Portland 118, Oklahoma Nick Taylor 38-36—74 +3 SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS — Released RHP
(Puello). City 115 Mike Weir 36-38—74 +3 Zach Jemiola.
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS (14). HR_Schwarber (15), Bryant (14), Freese Umpires_Home, Chris Conroy; First, James Houston 4, Utah 1 Abraham Ancer 37-37—74 +3 Frontier League
(8), Bellinger 2 (22), Muncy (16). CS_Rizzo (2). Hoye; Second, Doug Eddings; Third, Ryan Sunday, April 14: Houston 122, Utah 90 Andreas Halvorsen 36-38—74 +3 FLORENCE FREEDOM — Signed RHP Daniel
1 a.m. (Sunday) — ONE Championship, TNT S_Kershaw (3). Additon. Wednesday, April 17: Houston 118, Utah 98 Matthew Naumec 36-38—74 +3 Williams. Released SS Tommy Anderson.
IP H R ER BB SO Saturday, April 20: Houston 104, Utah 101 SCHAUMBURG BOOMERS — Signed INF
MLB BASEBALL Chicago
T_2:55. A_15,291 (25,025).
Monday, April 22: Utah 107, Houston 91
Marcus Kinhult
Cody Gribble
36-38—74 +3
35-39—74 +3 Trey Ganns.
Lester L,5-5 5 9 6 6 1 7 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MINERS — Signed
12 p.m. — LA Angels at Tampa Bay, MLB Collins 2 2 1 1 1 2 Diamondbacks 5,
Wednesday, April 24: Houston 100, Utah 93
CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
a-Stewart Hagestad
Luke List
34-40—74 +3
34-40—74 +3 RHP Benjamin Dum. Released LHP Kelvin
Kintzler 1 0 0 0 1 0
3 p.m. — Arizona at Washington, FS1 Los Angeles Nationals 0
(Best-of-7)
Eastern Conference
Branden Grace 34-40—74 +3 Rodriguez.
BASKETBALL
Webb Simpson 36-38—74 +3
6 p.m. — Cleveland at Detroit OR Pittsburgh Kershaw W,6-1 6 7 3 3 2
Urias S,3-4 3 1 0 0 1
8
0
Arizona Washington
ab r h bi ab r h bi
Milwaukee 4, Boston 1 Tony Finau 37-37—74 +3 Women’s National Basketball Association
Sunday, April 28: Boston 112, Milwaukee 90 Matt Jones 38-36—74 +3 DALLAS WINGS — Re-signed F-C Megan
at Miami (games joined in progress), MLB Umpires_Home, Fieldin Cubreth; First, CB J.Dyson cf 4 2 2 2 T.Trner ss 4 0 2 0 Tuesday, Apil 30: Milwaukee 123, Boston 102 Anirban Lahiri 34-40—74 +3 Gustafson.
Bucknor; Second, Chris Segal; Third, D.J. K.Marte 2b 3 1 0 0 Eaton rf 3 0 1 0 Friday, May 3: Milwaukee 123, Boston 116 a-Spencer Tibbits 35-39—74 +3 FOOTBALL
8 p.m. — Chicago Cubs at LA Dodgers OR Reyburn. D.Prlta lf 3 0 0 0 Rendon 3b 3 0 0 0 Monday, May 6: Milwaukee 113, Boston 101 Brian Davis 37-38—75 +4 National Football League
T_2:48. A_44,970 (56,000). A.Jones rf 3 0 1 1 J.Soto lf 3 0 0 0 Wednesday, May 8: Milwaukee 116, Boston 91 Bubba Watson 38-37—75 +4 ARIZONA CARDINALS — Released CB David
Seattle at Oakland, MLB E.Escbr 3b 4 0 1 1 Suzuki c 3 0 0 0 Toronto 4, Philadelphia 3 Ernie Els 36-39—75 +4 Amerson.
C.Wlker 1b 4 0 0 0 Parra 1b 3 0 0 0
SOCCER (MEN’S) Rockies 9, Padres 6 Ahmed ss 4 1 1 0 B.Dzier 2b 3 0 0 0
Saturday, April 27: Toronto 108, Philadelphia 95
Monday, April 29: Philadelphia 94, Toronto 89
Shane Lowry
Sam Horsfield
38-37—75 +4
38-37—75 +4
CHICAGO BEARS — Signed OL Jordan Mc-
Cray.
San Diego Colorado
10:50 a.m. — FIFA U-20 World Cup: Teams ab r h bi ab r h bi
A.Avila c 3 1 1 1 V.Rbles cf 3 0 0 0
C.Kelly c 1 0 0 0 Fedde p 1 0 0 0
Thursday, May 2: Philadelphia 116, Toronto 95
Sunday, May 5: Toronto 101, Philadelphia 96
Renato Paratore 37-38—75 +4 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Agreed to terms
with CB Kenny Moore II on a four-year con-
Tts Jr. ss 5 2 2 0 Blckmon rf 5 2 4 4 a-Cameron Young 39-36—75 +4
TBD, Final, Poland, FS1 Hosmer 1b 5 1 1 2 Story ss 5 2 1 2
Greinke p 3 0 1 0 M.Tylor ph 1 0 0 0
Hirano p 0 0 0 0 Grace p 0 0 0 0
Tuesday, May 7: Toronto 125, Philadelphia 89 Joel Dahmen 35-40—75 +4 tract extension. Signed DE Obum Gwacham.
Thursday, May 9: Philadelphia 112, Toronto 101 Luke Guthrie 38-37—75 +4 Waived DT Chunky Clements.
6:30 p.m. — CONCACAF: Canada vs. Machado 3b 5 2 3 3 Dahl lf 4 1 1 0
Renfroe lf 5 0 1 0 Arenado 3b 4 0 1 0
A.Brdly p 0 0 0 0 Rsnthal p 0 0 0 0 Sunday, May 12: Toronto 92, Philadelphia 90 Alex Noren 39-36—75 +4 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS — Signed WR Tre
Kndrick ph 1 0 0 0 Western Conference Brandt Snedeker 39-36—75 +4 McBride and DT Kalani Vakameilalo. Waived
Martinique, Gold Cup, Group A, FS2 F.Reyes rf 4 0 1 0 D.Mrphy 1b 5 1 3 1 Totals 32 5 7 5 Totals 28 0 3 0 Golden State 4, Houston 2 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 34-41—75 +4 LB Nick DeLuca and LS Christian Kuntz.
Myers cf 4 1 3 0 Desmond cf 5 0 1 2 Arizona 210 200 000—5 Sunday, April 28: Golden State 104, Houston KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — Signed K Harrison
SOCCER (WOMEN’S) A.Allen c 4 0 0 0 McMahon 2b 4 0 1 0 Washington 000 000 000—0 100
Shugo Imahira
Jimmy Walker
37-38—75 +4
36-39—75 +4 Butker to a five-year contract extension.
Strahm p 2 0 2 0 Wolters c 1 2 1 0 DP_Arizona 1, Washington 2. LOB_Arizona 3, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS — Acquired TE
8 a.m. — FIFA World Cup: Netherlands vs. Perdomo p 0 0 0 0 J.Gray p 2 0 0 0 Washington 2. 2B_J.Dyson (4), Ahmed (19).
Tuesday, April 30: Golden State 115, Houston
109
Ollie Schniederjans
Alex Prugh
37-38—75 +4
37-38—75 +4 Michael Roberts from Detroit for an undis-
Margot ph 1 0 0 0 J.Diaz p 0 0 0 0
Cameroon, Group E, France, FS1 G.Reyes p 0 0 0 0 Tapia ph 0 1 0 0
HR_J.Dyson (5), A.Avila (5).
IP H R ER BB SO
Saturday, May 4: Houston 126, Golden State
121, OT
Julian Etulain 38-38—76 +5 closed draft pick.
NEW YORK JETS — Signed CB Mark Myers.
Wisler p 0 0 0 0 Oberg p 0 0 0 0 Dean Burmester 38-38—76 +5
1:50 p.m. — FIFA World Cup: Canada vs. Naylor ph 1 0 0 0 W.Davis p 0 0 0 0
Arizona
Greinke W,8-2 7 1-3 2 0 0 0 3
Monday, May 6: Houston 112, Golden State 108 K.H. Lee 38-38—76 +5 Waived S John Battle.
Wednesday, May 8: Golden State 104, Hous- Clement Sordet 37-39—76 +5 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES — Named Howie
New Zealand, Group E, France, FS2 Stammen p 0 0 0 0
G.Grcia 2b 4 0 0 1
Hirano 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 ton 99 a-Kevin O’Connell 40-36—76 +5 Roseman executive vice president/general
Bradley 1 1 0 0 0 2 Friday, May 10: Golden State 118, Houston 113 Si Woo Kim 37-39—76 +5 manager, Max Gruder assistant director of pro
TRACK AND FIELD Totals 40 6 13 6 Totals 35 9 13 9 Washington Portland 4, Denver 3 Thomas Pieters 36-40—76 +5 scouting, Ameena Soliman player personnel
San Diego 200 110 101—6 Fedde L,1-1 6 6 5 5 3 1 Monday, April 29: Denver 121, Portland 113 coordinator and James Gilman quantitative an-
3 p.m. — IAAF Diamond League: The Oslo Colorado 320 101 20x—9 Grace 2 1 0 0 0 1 Wednesday, May 1: Portland 97, Denver 90
Keith Mitchell
a-Daniel Hillier
40-36—76 +5
37-39—76 +5 alyst. Promoted Andy Weidl to vice president of
E_D.Murphy (5), Tatis Jr. (6). LOB_San Di- Rosenthal 1 0 0 0 0 2 Friday, May 3: Portland 140, Denver 137, 4OT player personnel, Ian Cunningham to assistant
Bislett Games, Norway, NBC ego 7, Colorado 9. 2B_Tatis Jr. (7), Hosmer HBP_by Greinke (Eaton). Sunday, May 5: Denver 116, Portland 112
Chan Kim
Guillermo Pereira
41-36—77 +6
40-37—77 +6 director of player personnel, Brandon Brown
(11), Myers (8), D.Murphy (12), Desmond (17).
WNBA BASKETBALL 3B_Tatis Jr. (2), Blackmon (6). HR_Machado 2
Umpires_Home, Alfonso Marquez; First, Dan
Bellino; Second, Dave Rackley; Third, Sean
Tuesday, May 7: Denver 124, Portland 98
Thursday, May 9: Portland 119, Denver 108
Brett Drewitt 35-42—77 +6 to director of pro scouting, Bryce Johnston to
director of football administration, Katie David
(12), Blackmon 2 (14), Story (16). CS_Dahl (4). Hayden Shieh 40-37—77 +6
7 p.m. — Atlanta at Dallas. NBA S_J.Gray (5).
Barber.
T_2:15. A_24,909 (41,313).
Sunday, May 12: Portland 100, Denver 96 Connor Arendell 40-37—77 +6 to football operations director, Casey Weidl to
CONFERENCE FINALS Rhys Enoch 38-40—78 +7 director of scouting operations, Matt Holland
9 p.m. — New York at Los Angeles, NBA
San Diego
IP H R ER BB SO (Best-of-7) Roberto Castro 35-43—78 +7 to senior pro scout, Chris Nolan to player per-

Sunday Eastern Conference sonnel scout, and Ed Miller and Craig Blake to
Strahm L,2-6 3 1-3 7 6 6 4 4 Twins 10, Mariners 5 Toronto 4, Milwaukee 2
Merrick Bremner
Patton Kizzire
42-37—79 +8
38-42—80 +9 assistant equipment managers.
Perdomo 1 2-3 1 0 0 1 2 Seattle Minnesota Wednesday, May 15: Milwaukee 108, Toronto TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — Signed S Mike
C.T. Pan 41-39—80 +9
AUTO RACING Reyes
Wisler
1 2-3 3 3 3
1-3 1 0 0 0
1
1
1 ab r h bi ab r h bi
M.Smith cf 5 1 1 0 J.Plnco ss 6 2 2 1
100 a-Noah Norton 38-42—80 +9 Edwards.
Friday, May 17: Milwaukee 125, Toronto 103 Lucas Bjerregaard 35-45—80 +9 TENNESSEE TITANS — Agreed to terms with
1 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing: NHRA Thunder Stammen 1 1 0 0 0 0 K.Sager dh 5 1 2 1 C.Cron 1b 5 1 1 2 Sunday, May 19: Toronto 118, Milwaukee 112, Kodai Ichihara 37-43—80 +9 TE Ryan Hewitt. Waived TE Keith Towbridge.
Colorado Do.Sntn rf 2 0 0 0 Cruz dh 4 2 3 3 2OT WASHINGTON REDSKINS — Promoted Cole
Valley Nationals, Bristol, Tenn., FS1 Gray W,6-5 6 9 4 4 0 10 a-Devon Bling 44-38—82 +11
D.Moore ph-rf 1 0 1 2 Gnzalez lf 5 0 2 0 Tuesday, May 21: Toronto 120, Milwaukee 102 Zac Blair 38-45—83 +12 Spencer and David Whittington to national
Diaz H,4 1 1 1 1 0 0 Vglbach 1b 4 0 2 1 Schoop 2b 4 0 2 0 Thursday, May 23: Toronto 105, Milwaukee 99 scouts and Matt Evans to college scout-South-
1 p.m. — NASCAR Xfinity Series: qualifying, Oberg 1 2 0 0 0 2 Narvaez c 4 0 0 0 Kepler rf 3 1 1 2 Saturday, May 25: Toronto 100, Milwaukee 94
Eric Dietrich 40-43—83 +12
east region. Named Harrison Ritcher college
Davis 1 1 1 1 0 0 T.Bckhm ss 3 0 0 0 Adranza 3b 5 1 3 0
Newton, Iowa, FS2 Umpires_Home, Chris Guccione; First, Mike D.Grdon 2b 4 0 0 0 J.Cstro c 4 1 0 1
Western Conference
Golden State 4, Portland 0 LPGA Tour – Meijer
scout-Southwest region; Peter Picerelli and
Ron Rose college scouts-Northeast region;
Everitt; Second, Bill Welke; Third, Lance Bar-
4:30 p.m. — NASCAR Xfinity Series: The rett.
Long 3b 4 1 1 0 Buxton cf 3 2 0 0
Wllmson lf 2 2 0 0
Tuesday, May 14: Golden State 116, Portland
Classic Par Scores
Connor Barringer football strategy analyst and
94 Tyler Claytor a scouting assistant.
NASCAR Xfinity Series Race at Iowa, Newton, T_3:26. A_35,504 (50,398). Totals
Seattle
34 5 7 4 Totals
000 001 022—5
39 10 14 9 Thursday, May 16: Golden State 114, Portland Thursday HOCKEY
111 At Blythefield Country Club American Hockey League
Iowa, FS1 White Sox 5, Yankees 4 Minnesota 001 006 30x—10 Saturday, May 18: Golden State 110 Portland Grand Rapids, Mich. ROCHESTER AMERICANS — Agreed to terms
E_Brennan (2), Long (2). DP_Seattle 1. LOB_ 99 Purse: $2 million with F Kevin Porter on a one-year contract.
COLLEGE BASEBALL New York Chicago Seattle 8, Minnesota 12. 2B_K.Seager (3), Monday, May 20: Golden State 119, Portland Yardage: 6,638; Par 72 (36-36) ECHL
ab r h bi ab r h bi D.Moore (5), Vogelbach (9), Long (7), Gonzalez Partial First Round
117, OT READING ROYALS — Acquired cash consid-
1 p.m. — College World Series: Teams TBD, LMahieu 3b 4 0 0 0 L.Grcia cf 5 2 2 2 (11), Schoop (15). HR_C.Cron (15), Cruz (12). FINALS a-denotes amateur erations from Florida to complete a previous
A.Hicks cf 4 0 0 0 Ti.Andr ss 4 1 2 3 IP H R ER BB SO Jenny Shin 34-32—66 -6
Game 3, Omaha, Neb., ESPN Voit 1b 4 0 0 0 J.Abreu 1b 4 0 2 0 Seattle
(Best-of-7)
Toronto 4, Golden State 2 Katherine Perry 32-34—66 -6
trade. Traded F Matt Pohlkamp to Jacksonville
to complete a previous trade.
G.Sanch c 4 0 0 0 J.McCnn c 3 0 0 0
6:30 p.m. — College World Series: Teams Grgrius ss 4 1 2 0 El.Jmen lf 2 0 0 0
Kikuchi
Brennan L,2-6
5 6 1 1 2
0 1 4 4 2
4
0
Thursday, May 30: Toronto 118, Golden State Mariajo Uribe
Sarah Burnham
34-33—67
36-32—68
-5
-4
SOCCER
G.Trres 2b 3 1 2 0 Tilson lf 0 0 0 0 109 National Women’s Soccer League
TBD, Game 4, Omaha, Neb., ESPN Gardner lf 4 2 1 2 Y.Alnso dh 3 0 0 0
Gearrin
Biddle
1-3 2 2 2 0
1 2 2 2 1
0
1
Sunday, June 2: Golden State 109, Toronto 104 Lizette Salas 36-32—68 -4 WASHINGTON SPIRIT — Signed M Grace Cut-
Wednesday, June 5: Toronto 123, Golden Nasa Hataoka 35-33—68 -4 ler to a National Team replacement contract.
GOLF C.Frzer dh 4 0 3 1 J.Rndon 3b 3 0 0 0
Tuchman rf 3 0 1 0 Y.Sanch 2b 2 1 0 0
Scott 1 2-3 3 1 1 1 2 State 109 Jin Young Ko 36-32—68 -4 COLLEGE
Minnesota Friday, June 7: Toronto 105, Golden State 92 Mina Harigae 37-31—68 -4 FLORIDA GULF COAST — Promoted Ali Rog-
1 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, final Urshela ph 1 0 0 0 Cordell rf 4 1 1 0 Pineda 5 2-3 2 1 1 2 4 Monday, June 10: Golden State 106, Toronto Kristy McPherson 38-31—69 -3 ers to women’s assistant soccer coach. Named
Totals 35 4 9 3 Totals 30 5 7 5 Harper W,2-0 BS,1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Alana Uriell 32-37—69 -3
105 Shannon Murphy women’s assistant basketball
round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FOX New York 020 200 000—4 Morin 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Thursday, June 13: Toronto 114, Golden State Annie Park 37-32—69 -3 coach.
Chicago 000 040 10x—5 Romero 0 2 2 2 2 0 Danielle Kang 36-33—69 -3
1 p.m. — LPGA Tour Golf: Meijer LPGA E_Ti.Anderson (14). DP_New York 1, Chicago Magill 2 2 2 2 2 1
110
Moriya Jutanugarn 36-33—69 -3
KENTUCKY — signed men’s basketball coach
John Calipari to a 10-year contract extension
2. LOB_New York 6, Chicago 8. 2B_C.Frazier
Classic, final round, Grand Rapids, Mich., (11), L.Garcia (10), J.Abreu (18). HR_Gardner
Brennan pitched to 4 batters in the 6th
Romero pitched to 4 batters in the 8th Raptors-Warriors
Karen Chung
Haeji Kang
34-35—69
34-35—69
-3
-3
through 2029.
(11), L.Garcia (4), Ti.Anderson (10). CS_C. WASHINGTON — Named Elliott Cribby asso-
GOLF Frazier (2).
HBP_by Biddle (Schoop). WP_Brennan, Biddle,
Romero.
TORONTO (114) Karine Icher 35-35—70 -2 ciate head baseball coach, pitching Coach and
Leonard 7-16 7-8 22, Siakam 10-17 3-4 26, Pavarisa Yoktuan 34-36—70 -2 recruiting coordinator.
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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SOCCER

Dodgers outslug Cubs with 4 Nations League


homers to win 7-3 winner Portugal rises
The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Cody Bell-


ter — he’s a great athlete,” Cubs
manager Joe Maddon said. “He
plays all over the place, he plays
and nine hits in five innings. He
struck out seven and walked one.
“They’ve got great hitters,” he
in FIFA rankings
inger’s recent 0-for-13 slump ap- every position well, he can run.” said. “Bellinger’s probably one of The Associated Press
pears to have been a mere blip in a The NL West-leading Dodgers the better hitters I’ve seen, as far
memorable season so far. rallied from a 3-0 deficit after Kyle as his approach and not chasing, ZURICH — Nations League champion Portugal
Bellinger hit a pair of home Schwarber and Kris Bryant hit playing the game and doing all is up two places to No. 5 in the FIFA men’s rankings
runs, Max Muncy and David Fre- leadoff homers against Clayton that.” which are still led by Belgium.
ese each added a two-run shot and Kershaw in the early innings. Lester got hit in the left foot by World champion France in second, Copa America
the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the The Cubs arrived in Los Ange- a comebacker from Freese in the host Brazil, and England complete an unchanged top
Chicago Cubs 7-3 Thursday night les having just ended a five-game fourth and said it was sore after four in the standings published Friday.
in the opener of a four-game se- road skid, but they’ve lost eight the game. World Cup runner-up Croatia falls one spot to No.
ries. of 10 away from home. The loss Schwarber’s homer came on 6 and Spain rises two to No. 7. Germany is up two to
The leading vote-getter in All- dropped them a game behind the the first pitch of the game and No. 11, tied with Argentina.
Star balloting, Bellinger is batting NL Central-leading Milwaukee Willson Contreras added an RBI Italy rises three places to No. 14, tied with the
.358 with 22 homers and 57 RBIs. Brewers, who were idle. single in the first. Netherlands which lost the Nations League final on
The slugger ended his skid at It wasn’t a great night for either Bryant hit his 14th homer in Sunday.
the plate in a loss at the Angels team’s left-handed ace. the third. Mexico is No. 18 ahead of the Gold Cup kicking
earlier this week. Now he’s back Jon Lester, a three-time World Lester retired 10 of his first 11 off Saturday. The United States drops six to No. 30.
home, where Bellinger has 14 Series champion, gave up three batters before getting hit hard in Iran rises one to make a rare appearance for an
homers and has hit safely in 28 of homers. Kershaw, a three-time the fifth. With one out, he allowed Asian team in the top 20. The 2022 World Cup host
32 games. NL Cy Young Award winner, al- five consecutive hits — including Qatar is unchanged at No. 55.
“A lot of work in the cage and lowed two. two-run homers by Bellinger and The Asian Football Confederation uses these
tried to get back to where I was,” Kershaw (6-1) yielded three Muncy — that gave the Dodgers rankings for draw seedings in the next round of
he said. “We’re good at bouncing runs and seven hits in six innings. a 4-3 lead. World Cup qualifying groups. The draw for five-
back and forgetting about the He struck out eight and walked The Cubs turned a double play team groups is made next month in Doha. Iraq heads
past, treat every day like it’s a new two. to escape the inning. the eight top-seeded teams in Pot 1 completed by No.
“It’s not great, but you can live “It’s great when those lefties 73 China.
day.”
with that,” Kershaw said. No. 22 Senegal is Africa’s best ahead of the Afri-
Bellinger belted a two-run ho- get going like that against Lester,”
can Cup of Nations kicking off June 21.
mer in the fourth inning. He add- Julio Urias earned his third Kershaw said.
FIFA publishes the next rankings on July 25 after
ed a solo shot in the seventh and save with three scoreless innings Freese slugged a two-run shot
the continental championships in South and North
drew chants of “MVP! MVP!” of relief. off Lester with two outs in the
America, and Africa.
“Just don’t think of him as a hit- Lester (5-5) gave up six runs fifth, extending the lead to 6-3.

Thursday’s Sports in Brief feat since Mike Trout on May 21, 2013
against the Seattle Mariners.
It’s the eighth cycle in team history.
to a hospital in Argentina suffering from
stomach bleeding, just a few days before
returning to Mexico for his second sea-
BASEBALL Republic say pulled the trigger. Mean- Ohtani hit a three-run homer in the son with Dorados.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Re- while, a Pennsylvania prosecutor said first inning, doubled in the third and COLLEGE BASKETBALL
public — American prosecutors said he believes another suspect in the Ortiz tripled during the fifth. He flared a 3-2 ORLANDO, Fla. — A key NCAA of-
they believe two suspects in the shooting shooting is wanted for attempted homi- pitch into right-center field against right- ficial says six schools are going to be
of retired Red Sox star David Ortiz are cide in the state. hander Hunter Wood in the seventh and facing allegations of Level I violations as
wanted for crimes in the United States, A grand jury has indicted Rolfi Ferrei- received a standing ovation from the early as next month, the latest fallout in
while the father of another suspect said ra-Cruz in connection with two armed fans at Tropicana Field. the college basketball corruption scan-
his son belongs to a notorious Domini- robberies in Clifton, New Jersey, in 2017, SOCCER dal.
can gang of drug-dealing hitmen. according to news release from the Pas- MEXICO CITY — Citing medical Stan Wilcox, vice president for reg-
Ortiz was shot in the back at a bar saic County Prosecutor’s Office. The reasons, former soccer star Diego Ma- ulatory affairs for the NCAA, told CBS
in the Dominican Republic on Sunday. 25-year-old from Reading, Pennsylvania, radona stepped down as coach of the Sports two high-profile programs will
Dominican officials announced Wednes- has never been apprehended on those Sinaloa Dorados of Mexico’s second di- be notified in early July, the others at a
day that they had detained the suspect- charges. vision. later date.
ed gunman and five accomplices. Ortiz ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Los The 58-year-old Maradona took over Level I violations can include such
is now in a Boston hospital recovering Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani be- in September and took the team that punishments as scholarship reductions,
from surgery in both the Dominican Re- came the first Japanese player to hit for was near the bottom in the standings to postseason bans and show-cause orders
public and Boston. the cycle in the majors. consecutive final series in the Apertura against coaches.
Prosecutors in New Jersey said that Ohtani completed his cycle with a 2018 and Clausura 2019 tournaments. NCAA officials said in a statement
a bench warrant on armed robbery and single in the seventh inning of a 5-3 Both times, the team fell to Atletico that it’s likely even more schools will be
gun charges has been issued for the win over the Tampa Bay Rays. He is the San Luis, which reached the top flight. notified of violations.
man who authorities in the Dominican first Angels player to accomplish the In January, Maradona was admitted — The Associated Press
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MSU
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Enter redshirt junior Ethan Small from what Ginn has afforded MSU as nei- Once in Omaha, the Bulldogs fell against SEC competition.
who, one season after he finished 5-4 ther held an ERA better than 4.45. short – one win to be exact — from play- Slated as the No. 6 seed in a bracket
with a 3.20 ERA, has been a revelation Beyond the numbers, it’s worth not- ing for a national title when they lost to that includes No. 2 seed Vanderbilt, No.
as the staff ace. The 2019 Southeastern ing the seasonal narrative. Former coach the eventual champion Oregon State Bea- 7 seed Louisville and unseeded Auburn,
Conference Pitcher of the Year — who Andy Cannizaro was relieved of his du- vers in the semifinal round. MSU is not in Omaha for moral victories.
has also won national pitching honors — ties early in 2018, leaving Gary Hender- “Last year, we were hung out to dry in Following a game two win over No. 11
Small is 10-2 with a 1.76 ERA in 17 starts son as the interim coach. early April,” Mangum said. “No one had Stanford in the Super Regional that sent
this season. He also ranks first on the na- With the distractions of a coaching any confidence in us, and we had to prove MSU to the CWS, Mangum was asked
tional strikeout charts this year with 168. change, the team began the year 14-15 a lot of people wrong.”
what the differences between the two
“He’s one of the main reasons we’re and 2-7 in the SEC. A CWS appearance In comparison, Lemonis’ first year at
teams were. Like MacNamee at his lock-
going to Omaha,” MSU coach Chris Le- was far from the players’ minds — even the helm in Starkville has seen the Bull-
monis said. reaching the NCAA tournament looked dogs steamroll their competition. MSU er a year ago, he was to the point.
SEC Freshman of the Year JT Ginn implausible to that point. finished the year 15-0 in midweek play “This year, we just kind of stayed the
has also made his presence known as But after rattling off a 17-10 record and tied No. 5 seed Arkansas for a share course and played well all year,” he said.
the No. 2 starter. Though he has battled over the final two months of the season of the SEC West Division crown. “I can speak for myself here, I did not
arm soreness of late, the dazzling right- to reach the postseason, MSU escaped Behind a potent offense and a consis- come back here (for my senior year) just
hander currently boasts a 3.36 ERA in 16 the Tallahassee Regional and Nashville tent pitching staff, the Bulldogs have lost to make it to Omaha. We are trying to win
starts. Super Regional thanks to awe-inspiring back-to-back games just three times in a National Championship. We are one
Pilkington and Billingsley were far walk-off home runs from MacNamee. the regular season — all of which came step closer, and we have got work to do.”

SEC Are You Ready


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they have combined for 31 doubles
in 2019. Julien also leads the team in
Fellows have all started at least 11
games this season.
reached
Omaha after
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On the mound, Tanner Burns will
Fellows is the staff ace with 104
innings pitched this year. He is 12-1
outscor ing
No. 10 East
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The Commodores enter the Col- season. zarre fashion, he will return from his
lege World series as the favorite to mandatory four-game suspension this
take home the title after unseeded weekend. McAvene has seven saves
Michigan dismissed No. 1 UCLA last No. 7 Louisville (49-16, Atlantic and has allowed just 16 hits in 30 1/3
weekend. Coast Conference) innings of work. Opponents are also
Vanderbilt and MSU have played Louisville coach Dan McDonell hitting a meager .160 against him.
just once this season — a 1-0 Com- has been, perhaps, one of the best col- Adam Elliott and Michael Kirian
modores victory in the SEC tourna- lege baseball coaching hires in more are Louisville’s next best relief options
ment May 23. than a decade. as they hold ERAs of 2.64 and 1.53, re-
Starting pitcher Kumar Rocker A former assistant under Mike Bi- spectively.
has been the star of the postseason anco at Ole Miss, McDonell has lead Bryan Hoeing could also be used in
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The Vanderbilt starting rotation years at the helm. 20 appearances have been in relief.

Speedway
Continued from Page 1B
ture for Super Late Mod- teeth” to Columbus’ rep- Alabama Speedway and to vet Evans’ credentials
els and a $5,000-to-win utation and the relation- Moulton Speedway, re- with the Southern All-
feature for the Southern ships he’s built. spectively, to cancel or Stars series, with which
Winged Modifieds in just The table was set for postpone races they’d he said he was previously
a one-day show. Taylor, as only the Lucas originally scheduled for affiliated.
Oil Super Late Models this weekend. “I figured, though, if
A ‘kick in the teeth’ were running this week- “We had a lot of hype he was a part of that, he
This weekend’s fea- end. The State Series, and potential to have a probably was capable of
tures would have been a Southern All-Stars, World couple a hundred cars doing it,” Taylor said. “I
landmark event for Taylor, of Outlaws and COMP here for a show that would think there’s some shady

Log on.
who has managed the Co- Cams series were off. have proved Columbus stuff going on.”
lumbus track for the last Additionally, Taylor had Speedway is capable of Racing will resume at
three years. He helped re- negotiated deals with having that kind of event,” Columbus Speedway next
open the track after it had Johnny Stokes, owner of Taylor said. “But we’ll week as the Mississippi

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been shuttered for a year Magnolia Motor Speed- never know.” Street Stock Series will
and without a promoter. way, and Brian Mitchell Taylor admitted he host a $1,000-to-win fea-
Taylor has faced many and John Bates, of North should have done more ture.
challenges at Columbus
Speedway, which lacks
the modern amenities and
reputation of cross-town
track Magnolia Motor
Speedway. But Columbus
Speedway is revered for
being known — unoffi-
cially — as the oldest dirt
track still operating in the
state.
Many drivers cut their
teeth at Columbus, well
before it was fully en-
closed with walls. The
reverence many racers
and fans have for the
track is what lured Taylor
into managing it, his first
such foray. It’s a labor of
love, he said, making the
collapse of the Mud Bug
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NBA Finals
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hands on his head on a night five seasons. dramatic memory. He injured or that hadn’t happened, that from two games down to beat
Splash Brother Klay Thomp- This time, the Warriors his knee when fouled by Dan- doesn’t matter. What matters is the Bucks in the Eastern Con-
son suffered a torn ACL in his were wounded. ny Green on a drive at the 2:22 Kevin Durant is going to miss ference finals then took down
left knee and departed with 30 Golden State already was mark of the third, was helped next season with an Achilles the mighty Warriors on their
points. down two-time reigning NBA off the court and walked par- tear and Klay suffered a knee home floor to deny Golden
Fred VanVleet rescued the Finals MVP Kevin Durant, tially down a tunnel toward the injury.” State a three-peat.
Raptors down the stretch with who had surgery Wednesday locker room, then — shocking- In their best Bay Area ver- The Raptors went 8 for 32 on
his dazzling shooting from for a ruptured right Achilles ly — re-emerged to shoot his sion of Jurassic Park — Toron- 3s in a 106-105 Game 5 defeat
deep to score 22 points with five tendon. Then, the Warriors lost free throws before going out to’s jam-packed gathering spot as the Warriors staved off elim-
3s off the bench, while Leonard Thompson — and they couldn’t again at 2:19. He didn’t return to cheer the Raptors — hun- ination Monday in Toronto.
wound up with 22 points. Kyle overcome just one more heart- and left the arena on crutches, dreds of red-clad fans stayed They started 5 of 6 from long
Lowry scored the game’s first breaking injury. and the Warriors announced long after the game ended to range in this one and finished
eight points and finished with This thrilling back-and- that an MRI had confirmed the watch the Larry O’Brien tro- 13 of 33 and converted 23 of 29
26 in all to go with 10 assists forth game featured 18 lead torn ACL. phy ceremony. They waved the free throws.
and seven rebounds. changes, nine ties and neither “More than the what-ifs is Maple Leaf and sang “O Cana- Curry and these Warriors
Fans poured into the streets team going ahead by more than just feeling bad for the players da” just as they did here after never, ever count themselves
in Toronto, screaming and nine points. involved. Injuries are always winning previously this series. out. Yet down 3-1 in their fifth
honking horns after the Rap- Curry scored 21 points but part of the NBA season — any Lowry’s hot start was al- straight NBA Finals, they
tors pulled off a third straight shot just 6 for 17 and went 3 of professional sport, injuries play most fitting. It was the Toronto didn’t have the health it took
win on Golden State’s home 11 on 3s. Iguodala added 22 for a huge role,” Warriors coach guard who got shoved on the to win the past two titles and
floor that said goodbye to NBA his biggest game this postsea- Steve Kerr said. “It’s just the sideline in Game 3 by Warriors three of the past four against
basketball after 47 seasons. son as the Warriors did every- nature of these injuries, the minority owner Mark Stevens, LeBron James and the Cleve-
And the Raptors did it with the thing until the very last mo- severity of these injuries. And now banned by the league and land Cavaliers.
very kind of depth that helped ment to leave a lasting legacy we’ll know more about Klay. team for a year. “This five-year run’s been
define Golden State’s transfor- at Oracle. But we can sit here and say, The Raptors, in their 24th awesome but I definitely don’t
mation into a dynasty the past Thompson provided his own well, if this hadn’t happened season of existence, rallied think it’s over,” Curry said.

Comics & Puzzles


DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: DEAR MORE: his attention and projects that
I am a pla- Unless your friend need to be finished but get put
tonic friend has made a point off day after day.
and part-time of remembering When I remind him of what
caregiver of a you in his will, I needs doing, he accuses me
wealthy gentle- hope you realize of nagging, so I have stopped
man. I now reside that when he reminding him. But it’s boiling
passes, all you inside of me. It has gotten
in his residence will receive from worse since he retired. Also,
out of necessity. his family is a there are the hours he spends
We respect each wave goodbye on his iPad.
other, and neither — if that. The If I handled things the way
of us intends to disrespect and he does, nothing would get
ZITS be anything more lack of empathy done, and our house would be
than friends. “the matriarch” a pig pen. I’m frustrated and
My problem is has shown you need some advice on how to
his family. They is shameful. handle this without being a nag.
know I exist, but That your friend/ I’m ready to go on strike. — BE-
refuse to get to Dear Abby patient lacks YOND FRUSTRATED IN OHIO
know me. They the backbone DEAR BEYOND: What’s
do not allow me to insist you be going on is unfair to you. If this
to accompany him to holiday included suggests to me that is your husband’s pattern, then
events at their homes, even your relationship appears to be he needs to know how angry
at his request. His sister, a one-way street. you are about it. That isn’t
the matriarch and a devout The way to get past this nagging; it is venting. Because
Catholic, has been verbally and would be to make sure you are he has gotten worse since his
emotionally abusive to me. My saving enough money (if you retirement, he may need to be
friend believes it’s all about his haven’t) to tide you over until seen by his doctor to ensure
money, and they consider me you find a job after his death. it isn’t caused by a health
GARFIELD a threat.
I always feel hurt and reject-
In the meantime, allow yourself
enough personal time to culti-
problem.
I’m sorry you didn’t mention
ed on these special occasions. vate relationships with people what kinds of projects your hus-
I have no family of my own, and who won’t ignore you during band is procrastinating about
I’m alone on holidays most of holidays. It’s important that finishing. If they are minor
the time. How can I overcome you not become more isolated repairs or handyman things,
this hurtful situation? His and disconnected than you consider hiring someone to fin-
nieces and nephews never call are. If you are religious, your ish them. If they are financial,
him or invite him to dinner in own church might be a place your accountant may be able to
between holidays. Neither of us to start. recommend someone.
has children, so he is loyal to DEAR ABBY: My husband Please consider what I am
his relatives above all else. How is the biggest procrastinator I telling you. The only thing you
do I get past the rejection? — have ever known. He has piles shouldn’t do is continue to
MORE THAN A CAREGIVER of things lying around that need tolerate this.

CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (June TAURUS (April 20-May 20). the kind that’s made readily
14). The next 10 weeks your Everyone around you is seeking available. You shouldn’t have to
life will be like a song. The best to be understood. Though you go fracking for it.
part is that you get to be the DJ want this, too, you’re willing to LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your
who decides which one. There’s take a break from the quest heart swells to fill the moment.
nothing standing in the way so you can focus on others. This is how you love – elas-
of your ability to create your des- You’ll learn something about tic-like. You’ve been known to
tiny. Your appetite for education human nature that will help the promise things in this state of
strengthens in September. crusade. heightened feeling, but really,
You’ll apply it to organize finan- GEMINI (May 21-June 21). you shouldn’t have to. Your big
cial structure that will support Why would you expect yourself love is enough. Really it is!
you in years to come. Scorpio to do the work of a master when VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
and Aries adore you. Your lucky you’ve only just begun to learn 22). Gold can be found in dirt,
numbers are: 40, 38, 44, 49 the craft? Because someone in streams, in oceans, even
BABY BLUES and 15. has made it look easy, that’s in the human body. Still, it’s
ARIES (March 21-April 19). why. Mastery often does appear pretty rare to come across a big
You’ll stumble across informa- that way. Be patient with nugget of it. Give what you’re
tion that perhaps wasn’t intend- yourself. offering in a concentrated form
ed for you, at least not by its CANCER (June 22-July and it will be accepted as the
keeper. But from the perspec- 22). You’re open to love, but jackpot it is.
tive of universal consciousness, you know better than to try LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
of course it was meant for you. and extract it from anywhere You’ll feel the good feelings
Otherwise you wouldn’t have it. complicated. The best love is because you decide to — no
other reason. Once you set your
mind to an idea, you become a
magnet for it. That idea organiz-
es your perception.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). People who are really
BEETLE BAILEY interested in others tend to
ask the great questions that go
straight to the essence of the
matter. They’ll sound brilliant
for just being curious... which,
actually, is what being brilliant is
all about.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Making things is the fun
part, especially in the begin-
ning stages when you’re full of
hope. It’s exciting to think about
what could be. The middle bit
— that’s where grit comes in.
Luckily, you have plenty of that
MALLARD FILLMORE to draw on today.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). If you’re being honest,
you’ll notice that you’re actually
growing irritated by that activ-
ity that eats your hours and
doesn’t give back in terms of
pleasure or productivity. Time to
put that one to rest.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). It’s as though something
opens in you and the hard work
becomes effortless. This could
have to do with the adrenaline
released in a high-pressure
FAMILY CIRCUS situation. Deadlines are good
that way.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Pity doesn’t help. Helping
helps. And that, in a nutshell,
is why you’re so busy this
weekend. You can easily provide
what someone else is sorely
lacking, and it’s your pleasure
to do so.

All eyes are on you


SOLUTION:
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Religious briefs
Church Homecoming service at 3 p.m. journey easier.” For more information, call
Vacation Bible School June 23. Guest speaker will be the Rev. 662-327-0604 or e-mail unitedchristian@
Stephen Chapel M.B. Church, 2008
Ozell Landfair of the Griffin U.M. Church in cableone.net.
7th Ave. N., concludes its Vacation Bible
Starkville. The public is invited to attend.
School at 6 p.m. June 14. The public is
invited to attend. Celebrate Recovery
Summer Revival The Assembly Church, 2201 Military
Stephen Chapel M.B. Church, 2008 Road, and Meadowview Church, 300
Pastoral Anniversary 7th Ave. N., hosts its Summer Revival Linden Circle in Starkville, host Celebrate
Hebron C.M.E. Church, 1910 Steens services 7 p.m. nightly June 24-28. Guest Recovery at 6 p.m. every Sunday at The
Road, hosts its 14th Pastoral Anniversary speaker will be the Rev. Dr. Lee E. Brand Assembly Church (next to Lowe’s) and
Program for the Rev. Earnest Sanders Sr. of Beth-El M.B. Church in Starkville. The at 6 p.m. every Tuesday at Meadowview
and First Lady Rose Sanders at 2:30 p.m. public is invited to attend. Church. Get help, healing and support
June 16. Guest speaker will be the Rev.
for any habit, hurt or hang-up using the
Therman Cunningham Sr. and the Oak
Grove Church Family. The public is invited Summer Revival Christ-centered 12 steps.
to attend. Concord Independent Methodist
Church, 1235 Concord Road, hosts its Prayer for Youth
Annual Summer Revival services 7 p.m.
Father’s Day Program nightly June 26-28. Guest speaker will be
Every 2nd and 3rd Saturday, Pleasant
Ridge Faith Center hosts a prayer for the
Prairie Hill M.B. Church, 364 Wicks the Rev. Freddrick Harrison Sr. of Brown- youth from 2-3 p.m.
Road, hosts its Father’s Day Program at
Yesterday’sANSWER
answer
2:30 p.m. June 16. Guest speaker will
ridge M.B. Church in Crawford. The public
is invited to attend.
Prayer, Free Coffee Sudoku
Sudoku
YESTERDAY’S
YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
3 7 2 5 4 1 8 9 6
be Pastor Roderick Chandler of Second Sudoku is a number-
Baptist M.B. Church in Brooksville. The Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Sudoku is a number- 9 8 4 2 7 6 1 3 5
Love/Appreciation Program placing puzzle based on

2019 Conceptis Puzzles, Dist. by King Features Syndicate, Inc.


public is invited to attend. Church, 2221 14th Ave. N., hosts free placing puzzle based on
A Love Benefit and Appreciation Pro-
a 9x9 grid with several
a 9x9 grid with several 6 1 5 9 3 8 2 4 7
coffee and a prayer community outreach given numbers. The object
gram for Master Sgt. Kevin L. Harris will given numbers. The object 2 6 8 1 9 7 3 5 4
Summer Revival be held at 6 p.m. June 29 at the Noxubee
service from 8-9 a.m. every 5th Saturday.
For information, contact Jesse Slater,
is to place the numbers
is to place the numbers
1 to 9 in the empty spaces 1 5 3 8 6 4 7 2 9
Oak Grove M.B. Church, 1155 Taylor County Civic Center, 16291 Hwy. 45 S. in 1 to 9 in the empty spaces
Thurston Road, hosts its Annual Summer
662-328-4979. so that each row, each
so that each row, each 7 4 9 3 5 2 6 1 8
Macon. All ministers, choirs, groups, solo column and each 3x3 box
Revival 7 p.m. nightly June 17-19. Guest singers, the Noxubee County Class of
column and each 3x3 box
contains the same number
8 9 6 4 1 3 5 7 2
speaker will be Pastor Christopher Wriley 1990 and the public is invited to attend.
Radio Program contains the same number
only once. The difficulty 4 2 1 7 8 5 9 6 3
Apostles Patrick Perkins invites the only once. The difficulty
of New Zion Pilgrim M.B. Church. The For more information, call Sis. Queen level increases from
level increases from 5 3 7 6 2 9 4 8 1
public is invited to attend. Harris, 662-738-4204. public to tune in to WTWG, radio 1050 Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 6/13
Monday to Sunday.
AM for Perfecting the Saints Broadcast,
Anniversary Banquet Grief Share Support Wednesdays 8:30 a.m.
St. James U.M. Church, 722 Mili- A grief share support group meets at
tary Road, hosts its 150th Anniversary 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday through July 30 Women Prayer, Worship Service
Banquet at 6:30 p.m. June 22 at the at the Mission, 2494 E. Church Hill Road, Church of the Eternal Word, 106 22nd
Pope Dining Hall-Hogarth Center on MUW in West Point. St. S., holds a prayer and worship service
Campus. Guest speaker will be Bishop every Thursday from 5-6 p.m. Call Marie
Nabors, 662-549-4322 or 662-329-
James Swanson Sr., the Resident Bishop
of the Mississippi Conference of the
Forgive and Live 1234, for prayer requests.
Forgive and Live meets from 6-7 p.m.
United Methodist Church.$30 donation.
every 1st and 3rd Monday of each month
For more information, call Tavetia Hughes,
in the downtown YMCA Board Room. Prayer Ministry
662-327-4538. New Beginning Everlasting Outreach
Inquire and seek information to succeed
spiritually, physically and financially and Ministry invites the public to call in with
Pastor Anniversary be eager to be a blessing to the commu- their prayer requests at 662-327-9843.
Faith Harvest Church, 4266 Sand nity, churches and families through the
Road, hosts its Pastor and First Lady Word of God. The public is invited to at- Prayer Service
Dent’s Anniversary Program at 7 p.m. tend. For more information, call Pat Fisher Church of the Eternal Word, 106 22nd.
June 21, with guest speaker will be Pastor Douglas, 662-251-5899. St. S., Columbus, holds prayer service
Marcellus Nabors and at 2 p.m. June 23, Thursday nights 5-6 p.m. Contact Marie
with guest speaker Pastor Michael Tate.
The public is invited to attend.
Fellowship Dinner, Youth Service Nabors, 662-549-4322. Church service
Pleasant Ridge Faith Center, 923 times: Sunday school 10 a.m.; Sunday
Ridge Road, Columbus, hosts a fellow- worship 11:15 a.m.; Tuesday Bible study
Church Anniversary ship dinner and youth service every 3rd 7 p.m. For information, call Pastor District
Brick M.B. Church, 4572 Old Macon Sunday. Elder Lou Nabors, 662-329-1234.
Road, hosts its 118th Annual Church
Anniversary Program at 2:30 p.m. June Gospel Book Club Fitness Transformations
23. Guest speaker will be the Rev. George Friendship M.B. Church, 1102 12th The Transformational Church, 2301
Cain of Hopewell M.B. Church. The public Ave. S., invites the public to join its Jess Lyons Road, hosts boxing lessons
is invited to attend. Gospel Book Club from 6-7 p.m. every 4th Mondays and Wednesday from 5-7 p.m.,
Friday of each month to study and discuss weight-loss boot camp Tuesdays and
Annual Rainbow Tea one chapter of the King James Bible each Thursdays 5-7 p.m. and both on Satur-
The Pastor’s Aid Department of True- month. For more information, call Lillian days 9-11 a.m.
vine M.B. Church, Artesia Road, hosts its Murray, 662-570-1974 or 662-570-5595.
Annual Rainbow Tea at 2 p.m. June 23. Youth Fellowship
The public is invited to attend. For more
information, call 662-255-7145.
Grief Support Group The Transformational Church, 2301
The Oil of Joy for Grief and Mourning Jess Lyons Road, hosts Youth Fellowship
offers a grief support group at 6 p.m. from 7-8:30 p.m. every Tuesday. Games,
Homecoming Service every 2nd Thursday of the month at prayer, service, food, & more. Transpor-
Plair U.M. Church, 1579 Sun Creek United Christian Baptist Church, 232 tation available. For information, call Iris
Road in Starkville, hosts its Annual Yorkville Road East. “Making your grieving Roberson, 662-295-7456.

Bishops OK anti-abuse steps, but ACROSS


1 Launder

skeptics seek tougher moves


5 LAX listings
9 Leftovers at a
barbecue
11 Bounded
‘They’re not dealing simply with a sin, themselves recognize
they have lost their
ments that have present-
ed the bishops and the
13 Emporium
14 Sneaker wearer,
they’re dealing with a crime. They do credibility in monitor-
ing this dreadful crisis,”
76-million-member U.S.
church with unprecedent-
at times
15 Course employ-
not have the power to forgive crimes.’ said Thomas Groome, a ed challenges. Many dio- ee
16 Atlas section
Thomas Groome, a professor at Boston professor at Boston Col- ceses around the country
lege’s School of Theology. have been targeted by 18 In a manner of
College’s School of Theology speaking
“Without strong over- prosecutors demanding
20 Winter air quality
By DAVID CRARY and meeting in Baltimore sight by competent lay secret files, and a number
REGINA GARCIA CANO 21 Squelch
concluded Thursday, people, it won’t be seen as of high-ranking church 22 Gets on
The Associated Press
leaders of the U.S. bish- credible.” officials have become 23 Diarist Anaïs
ops conference stopped Groome said the bish- entangled in cases of al- 24 Hosp. workers
BALTIMORE — Under DOWN 25 Donut-shaped
short of mandating that ops should have no hesita- leged abuse or cover-ups. 25 Clothes, in slang
intense public pressure, 1 Some stingers 26 Bare one’s soul
the nation’s Roman Cath- lay experts such as law- tion in declaring that cred- According to a recent 27 Ashtray fill 2 Texas team 27 Particle
olic bishops approved new yers and criminal justice ible allegations should be Pew Research Center 29 Harvest goddess 3 Meteors 28 New York tribe
steps this week to deal professionals take part reported to police. survey, the crisis has led 30 Maroon 4 That woman 30 Gain by force
more strongly with the in investigating clergy “They’re not dealing about one-quarter of U.S. 32 Snappy replies 5 Bowling site 31 Challenges
accused of child molesta- simply with a sin, they’re Catholics to reduce their 34 — nutshell 6 Bring up 33 Hogwarts mes-
clergy sex-abuse crisis.
tion or other misconduct. dealing with a crime,” attendance at Mass and 35 Blown away 7 Car lines sengers
But activists and others
They also did not specify he said. “They do not their donations to the 36 Shoe part 8 Money 37 Card spot
say the moves leave the 38 Ringlets
bishops in charge of po- a procedure for informing have the power to forgive church. Even some bish- 10 Fall, for one
39 Component 12 Snares
licing themselves and po- police of abuse allegations crimes.” ops sense that many Cath-
40 Sibilant sum- 17 “Oh, wow!”
tentially keep law enforce- that come in over a newly The Baltimore meet- olics are distancing them- mons
ment at arm’s length. proposed hotline. ing followed a string of selves from the church 19 Elevator pioneer
41 Unpaid TV ads, 22 Pot starter
As their national “Even the bishops abuse-related develop- because of the furor. for short 24 Increases

Southern Baptist leader bemoans abuse crisis, vows action


By JAY REEVES its two-day national meet- prayed after calling out a Abuse survivor Steph-
and DAVID CRARY ing. “Give us the courage litany of sins. anie Davis stood onstage
The Associated Press
to make the changes that The Rev. Russell and received a standing
genuine repentance re- Moore, head of the SBC’s ovation after a video pre-
BIRMINGHAM, Ala-
quires.” public policy arm, said the sentation in which she re-
bama — Sharing a stage
with tearful survivors of In an impassioned abuse crisis is a result of sa- counted her experience.
sex abuse, the president speech, preceded by tanic forces at work in the Davis said she was abused
of the Southern Baptist prayers of lamentation, church. as a teen by a music min-
Convention apologized Greear blamed the crisis “The vital question ister who went on to sem-
Wednesday for the abuse on years of cover-ups. He is what we will do next,” inary and kept working in
crisis besetting his denom- praised a new anti-abuse Moore said during an ad- churches until last year.
ination and outlined an ar- curriculum being offered dress. “No one ever told me it
ray of steps to address it. to all SBC churches and Moments earlier, doz- wasn’t my fault,” she said.
“We are broken-hearted seminaries, and he said ens of abuse victims and “We have to get this
and angry,” said the Rev. the SBC must do better in supporters stood during right,” she said in the vid-
J.D. Greear as the largest screening potential pas- a prayer for survivors of eo, urging the church to
U.S. protestant denomi- tors. sexual misconduct. Some stand with victims and to WHATZIT
WHATZIT ANSWER
ANSWER
nation neared the end of “Father, forgive us,” he wept openly. hold abusers accountable. Log cabin
days from the The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Friday, June 14, 2019 7B
first date this no-
tice was pub- Farm Equipment & Supplies Commercial Property For
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 General Help Wanted 3200 Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 Houses For Sale: Other 8500
lished. 4420 Rent 7100
The following vehicle STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 3−4BR/1.5BA DUPLEX. REDUCED: RIVER
has been abandoned at COUNTY OF LOWNDES
Requests shall JOHN DEERE MODEL M Newly renovated. Large
FOR RENT LOCATED HOME IN WEST POINT!
backyard, HUD Great area. Across from
Auto Mart LLC NOTICE OF SALE be sent to: TRACTOR A set of one
row cultivators w/
NEAR DOWNTOWN.
accepted, at 1010 6th
3,000 sq. ft. truck water w/ access to
1009 Gardner Blvd
Columbus, MS 39702 WHEREAS, the follow- hydraulic lift, has been Ave. N. Call 662−425−
terminal, 9,500 sq. ft. Tenn−Tom waterway.
ing tenants entered in- Chief Council, repainted, looks good & 0332. shop & 3,200 sq. ft. 4BR/2BA w/ 2 acres &
2008 Toyota Camry
VIN#
to leases with
FRIENDLY CITY MINI-
Legal Division runs good, $3500. Call office/shop. Buildings large screened in room.
$195,000. Call:
662−436−2037. FOX RUN APARTMENTS can be rented together
4TIBE46K88U739806 WAREHOUSES for stor- Department of 1 & 2 BR near hospital. or separately. All w/ 662−245−4273 or
age space in which to Revenue NEW HOLLAND 2016 $595−$645 monthly. excellent access & Hwy. 662−889−1228.
If not claimed it will be store personal property Booze Legal Notices 0020 Clerical & Office 3050
sold on June 21st, and P.O. Box 2282 WORKMASTER 60 Hp Military discount, pet 82 visibility. 662−327−
Tractor. Like new. Only Lots & Acreage 8600
2019 at 10 AM at 1009 Jackson, MS THE COMMERCIAL Dis- area, pet friendly, and
400 hours. 662−242− furnished corporate
9559.
Gardner Blvd., Colum- WHEREAS, default has patch seeks a part-time
bus, MS by Auto Mart been made in the pay- 39225 circulation assistant. 4514. apts. 24−HOUR Houses For Rent: Northside A RARE FIND... 68
LLC. It will be sold for ment of rent and Position reports to the wooded acres,
Furniture 4480
PROFESSIONAL GYM. 7110
monies owed for the FRIENDLY CITY MINI- Date of First circulation manager and ON SITE SECURITY. close to Columbus,
tow bill, storage fees, WAREHOUSES pursu- will assist in all duties ON SITE MAINTENANCE. 421 17TH ST. N. Nice Realtor owned. Call
and legal fees. ant to said Leases is Publication: pertaining to the ser- SOLID MAHOGANY 662−312−5184.
authorized to sell the 6/13/2019 vice and distribution of DINING TABLE Ball and ON SITE MANAGEMENT. 3BR/1.5BA.
the newspaper to sub- 24−HOUR CAMERA Neighborhood Watch
Witnessed this the 12th personal property to sat- claw foot, two leaves,
day of June, 2019. isfy the past due and scribers. Candidate custom cut glass, full SURVEILLANCE. Benji @ area. $650 dep. + first SUMMER SPECIAL.
any other charges owed Published: must have flexibility on apron including leaves, 662−386−4446. month’s rent, $650. 1.75 acre lots. Good/
Auto Mart LLC to it by the following ten- hours (Daily and some Serious inquiries only. bad credit. 10% down,
6/13/2019 & one owner, drawers at
each end for silverware, Apts For Rent: West 7050
ants. Saturday nights). Must 662−372−0996. as low as $299/mo.
Publish: 6/14 and 6/14/2019 have attention to detail,

VIP
or placemats. $600.00 Eaton Land. 662−361−
6/20/2019 NOW THEREFORE, no- self-starter, exceptional 7711.
tice is hereby given that Air Cond & Heating 1030 customer service skills, 662−329−2151 2BR/1BA HOUSE

Rentals
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- able to pass a drug 601 21ST ST. N.
screen, must have good TWO PIECE LIVING TWO ELM LAKE
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI WAREHOUSES will offer AIR CONDITION: New ROOM SET New
$575/mo. $575 dep.
for sale, and will sell at transportation, current RESIDENTIAL LOTS
COUNTY OF LOWNDES
auction to the highest
installation, repairs,
driver's license and in-
maintenance or service. surance. Please send
loveseat and chaise for Apartments 3BR/1.5BA house in One lot in Cork Village
bidder for cash all per-
& Houses
NOTICE OF SALE sale. $500 Columbus. 1801 MLK bordering #9 fairway.
sonal property in stor- Also auto air condition resume to The Commer- 662−242−2884 Dr. $695/mo. $695 Ready to build on.
WHEREAS, the follow- age units leased by the
following tenants at
repairs or service. Call
John @ 549−7031
cial Dispatch, PO Box
511, Columbus, MS
Leave a message. 1 Bedrooms dep. 770−316−1714 $27000 OBO. One large
ing tenants entered in-
to leases with FRIENDLY CITY MINI- 39703 or email to Estate Sales 4490 2 Bedroooms or 770−316−7212. lot overlooking #17
3 Bedrooms
WAREHOUSES 308 Building & Remodeling 1120 mfloyd@cdispatch.com. green. Ready to build
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- on. $28.000 OBO. Call
WAREHOUSES for stor- Shoney Drive Columbus, No phone calls, please. ESTATE SALE. Sat. 6/ NORTH COLUMBUS−−
Fred, 662−889−3103.
MS, immediately follow-
Furnished &
age space in which to HOME REPAIRS & 15, 7am to Noon CLOSE TO CAFB 3BR/
store personal property ing sale on Alabama CONSTRUCTION WORK General Help Wanted 3200
Unfurnished 2BA, stove, refr,
707 N. Browder St., Autos For Sale 9150
and Street on the 5th day of WANTED. Carpentry,
July A.D. 2019. All auc- APARTMENT MAINTEN- Columbus, MS 39702. dshwash, w/d hookups,
1, 2, & 3 Baths
small concrete jobs, carport, fenced−in
WHEREAS, default has tions are with reserve ANCE TECH: Must have 2010 CHEVY IMPALA
electrical, plumbing, Garage Sales: Downtown 4500
and therefore all units
Lease, Deposit
been made in the pay- knowledge of light elec- backyard. 1−year lease, Blue, 4 door, 6 cyl.
can be withdrawn from roof repairs, pressure
ment of rent and trical duties, plumbing, credit check. $900/mo. 107k miles. Showroom
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- the sale at any time by washing and mobile
home roof coating and
general maintenance, 1009 3RD AVE. N. Sat.
6/15 7a−12p. Furn.,
& Credit Check $900 dep. Coleman clean. Local Owner.
the auctioneer/ man- make ready units. Must
WAREHOUSES pursu-
ager. viceinvestments.com Realty 662−329−2323 $5000. See at 59

327-8555
ant to said Leases is underpinning. No job be able to pass crimin- small appl., dishware, or 662−251−5683.
too small. 549−7031. al and drug test. Must antiques, bedding & Amanda Dr. in New
authorized to sell the Hope Park Subdivision
personal property to sat- Title to the personal have DL and your own more.
isfy the past due and property to be sold is TOM HATCHER, LLC transportation. Please SEVERAL 1, 2, & 3 off of Yorkville Rd. E.
any other charges owed believed to be good, but Custom Construction, email resume to Garage Sales: East 4510 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 BEDROOM units 662−327−3081.
to it by the following ten- at such sale, FRIENDLY Restoration, arast@hughesmgt.com available soon. Various
ants. CITY MINI-WARE- Remodeling, Repair, 923 DEENA DR. Sat. locations. $375.00 −
HOUSES will convey 2015 AUDI A8L
only such title as is ves- Insurance claims. APARTMENT MAINTEN- 6a−until. China, h/h $600.00 mth. Refer− QUATTRO 29,000 mi.
NOW THEREFORE, no- 662−364−1769. ANCE SUPERVISOR. item, clothes, books & ences & good credit White w/ nugget brown
tice is hereby given that ted in it pursuant to its Responsible for all shoes. required. No pets, NO
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- lease with the following Licensed & Bonded. interior. Premium pkg.,
maintenance staff.
WAREHOUSES will offer and its allowed under HUD. Call Long & Long driver assist pkg., fully
for sale, and will sell at Mississippi Code Annot- DO ALL SERVICE Home Responsibilities: elec- MULTI−FAMILY @ 662−328−0770. loaded, wi−fi paid for 1
ated Section 85-7-121 trical, plumbing, build- STORAGE unit sale.
auction to the highest repair & remodel of all ing maintenance, yr. 662−256−7845.
et seq (Supp 1988). Everything but the
bidder for cash all per- kind & size. Experience, troubleshooting, make Houses For Rent: South 7140
sonal property in stor- reliable, references "kitchen sink." Some
ready, pool mainten-
age units leased by the Claudia Keating available. Free ance, prefer HVAC certi- vintage & antique items. 3BR/2BA HOUSE Open
CREDIT UNION DEALS
following tenants at N138 Sat. 979 South LOCAL RECLAIMED
estimates. Call Chris, fied. Must pass crimin- floor plan w/ concrete
FRIENDLY CITY MINI- al background check Lehmberg Rd. 7a− VEHICLES
Deanna Carter 662−889−4507. floors, fireplace, large
WAREHOUSES 903 and drug screening. Val- 12:30p. fenced in backyard,
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Alabama St. Columbus, N226 Carpet & Flooring 1150 id DL and must have MAKE OFFER AT
carport. $1,000/mo.
MS, at 8:30 am on the your own vehicle. Garage Sales: North 4520 CREDITUNIONDEALS.CO
5th day of July, A.D. Emitra Humphries 662−328−8655.
N10 Please send resume to M
2019. All auctions are arast@hughesmgt.com 225 PRISCELLA CIR. 205−683−5663
with reserve and there- Sat. 6a−12p. Teen & Houses For Rent: Starkville
fore all units can be Kimberly Fowler
OUR COMPANY is seek- plus sz., shoes, purses, 7170
withdrawn from the sale N133 2017 Zinger Crossroads
at any time by the auc- ing an experienced car- dorm, h/h items & more 32ft RV
Ladarius Jackson penter. The ideal can- 3BR/1.5BA. 143
tioneer/manager. 4313 HWY. 373. Across
2005 Nissan Titan
N231 didate will have an eye NORTHSIDE DR. in 2006 Dodge Ram
Title to the personal for detail, be depend- from Little Kitchen Starkville. $750/mo. Pickup 3500
property to be sold is Patricia Webber able, have good commu- Restaurant. Fri. & Sat. $750 deposit required.
nication skills, reliable 2012 Nissan Altima
believed to be good, but N216 7a−1p. Women, men & DOWNTOWN 1BR − HUD Accepted. Call 2016 Toyota RAV4
at such sale, FRIENDLY transportation & basic toddler boy/girl clothing, 662−242−8555.
Richard East DAVID’S CARPET & tools. We specialize in This large 1 bedroom 2018 Toyota RAV4
CITY MINI-WARE- home decor, furn./
HOUSES will convey N220 UPHOLSTERY home remodels & new apartment has been 2015 Jeep Wrangler
construction. Call antiques, office chairs,
recently renovated. It Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 2017 Jeep Wrangler
only such title as is ves- CLEANING men’s outdoor & more.
ted in it pursuant to its Stella Randle 1 Room − $40 662-312-3130 for info. features great natural 2016 Ford Transit T−
123 BECK DR,
lease with the following N14 2 Rooms − $70 BIG GARAGE SALE light, hardwood floors, 350 VAN
and its allowed under COLUMBUS. 14 x 64.
3+ Rooms − $30 EA JOB OPENINGS in Hundreds of DVDs, Big tall ceilings and access 2008 GMC Yukon
Mississippi Code Annot- WITNESS MY SIGNA- Rugs−Must Be Seen Columbus, MS for the Mens & Plus size to a shared laundry 2BR/1BA. $450/mo.
Denali
ated Section 85-7-121 TURE on this the 6th following: $450/dep. Includes
day of June, A.D. 2019. Car Upholstery womens clothing & room. $750 rent and 2010 Dodge Charger
et seq (Supp 1988). General Maintenance garbage. No pets. No
Cleaning Available
Worker: Must have ex- accessories! Household $750 deposit. Utilities HUD. 662−574−7614.
2013 Dodge Charger
FRIENDLY CITY 662−722−1758 & decorating business included. No pets 2005 Honda Odyssey
Carl Gardner perience in mainten-
E237 MINI-WAREHOUSES ance and repair of items & more! please. Call Peter, 2008 Chevrolet HHR
By: L.O. equipment and build- 662−574−1561. 3BR/2BA TRAILER, 2017 Chevrolet Impala
Chandra L. Johnson General Services 1360 ings which requires Garage Sales: New Hope 4530 New Hope school dist. 2001 Ford Expedition
E283 Publish: 6/7, 6/14, & practical skill and know- DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, $500/mo & $500 dep. 2009 Ford Escape
6/21/2019 WORK WANTED: ledge in such trades as 1059 NEW HOPE RD. No pets, no drugs, no 2013 Buick Lacrosse
CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
David Kuhn Licensed & Bonded− painting, carpentry, Fri. & Sat. 7a−until. historic district, 1 block partying. Call b/w 10a− 2013 Chevrolet Equinox
E265 Booze Legal Notices 0020 carpentry, painting, & plumbing, masonry and New bicycles (12" & from downtown, $575/ 7p. 662−386−4292. 2012 BMW 3 Series
demolition. Landscap− electrical work also per- 14"−$30, 16" & 20"− NO TEXT MGS.
Deshaun Garrett mo. + $575 dep. NO
form maintenance on
E99 I, Douglas Pel- ing, gutters cleaned,
bush hogging, clean−up equipment and ma-
$35, full size−$65), PETS. 662−574−8789. CREDIT UNION DEALS
lum, member & work, pressure washing, chinery.
lamps, grills, fishing,
etc. 662−328−0094.
Peaceful & Quiet area. NICE 3/2 MH in Col. or LOCAL RECLAIMED
Frederick Smith manager of moving help & furniture Carpenter/Millwright: W. Lowndes School VEHICLES
E230
COLEMAN
Must have experience in District. From $475− FINANCING AVAILABLE
Zachary's, LLC, repair. 662−242−3608. general carpentry and 106 & 117 ERNEST DR.
$535 mo. Deposit MAKE OFFER AT
By Lake Lowndes.
Latoya Smith
E372
intend to make HILL’S PRESSURE
concrete work.
Fri: 4−6p, Sat: 6−10a RENTALS required. Call 662−308 CREDITUNIONDEALS.CO
Agricultural Tractor Op-
application for a WASHING Commercial/ erator: Must have Class Tools, big/tall mens
TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS −7781 or 601−940− M
205−683−5663
Michael Anderson Caterer's permit. Residential. House, A CDL & experience with clothing, womens & 1 BEDROOM
1397.
E211 concrete, sidewalks & agricultural tractors. girls clothing, h/h items
mobile washing. Free All jobs are working on & much more! 2 BEDROOMS RENT A fully equipped
Boats & Marine 9250
Oscar Taylor, Jr. As provided by est. 662−386−8925. Tenn-Tom Waterway 3 BEDROOMS camper w/utilities & 2013 TAHOE 195
E95 the Local Option Project, must be 18 884 CROWE RD. Fri: 4−
years old with clean, val- cable from $145/wk − DECKBOAT. V8 engine
Alcoholic Bever- TRAVEL TRAILERS & 7p, Sat: 7a until. Furn, LEASE,
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Percolia Craddieth id driver’s license and $535/month. Columbus w/ low hours. Runs
RVS Cleaned, repaired clothes, patio sets &
E207 age Control & serviced. 132 Lincoln pass pre-employment lots more! DEPOSIT
& County School great. Ready to hit the
drug screen. EOE locations. 662−242− water. Located in
WITNESS MY SIGNA- Laws, Section Rd. Columbus, MS. For Send resume or apply
AND 7653 or 601−940− Starkville. $23,900.
YARD SALE Sat. 7a−
TURE on this the 6th 67-1-1, et seq. an estimate, call Chris, @: R & D Maintenance
12p. 1130 Mt. Vernon CREDIT CHECK
1397. Call or text 662−341−
day of June, A.D. 2019. 662−889−4507. Services
of the Missis- 3600 West Plymouth Rd Rd. 0374.
sippi Code of Lawn Care / Landscaping Office Spaces For Rent 7300
FRIENDLY CITY
MINI-WAREHOUSES 1972, Annot- 1470
Columbus, MS 39701
Garage Sales: Caledonia 4540 662-329-2323 OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
Campers & RVs 9300
By: L.O. Professional 3500
ated. If granted 4 FAMILY YARD SALE. square feet. 294
Publish: 6/7, 6/14, & such permit, I or
COMMERCIAL BUSH
HOGGING weed eating, STYLIST NEEDED with Fri 6/14 12p−5p. Sat. 2411 HWY 45 N Chubby Dr. Flexible
6/21/2019 or without clientele in 6/15 7a−12p. 56 COLUMBUS, MS leasing terms. Available
We propose to tiling & leveling, &
unique salon environ- Sanders Lane. now. 662−328−8254.
operate as a lim- clearing overgrown lots.
Owner, Operator ment in Starkville.
IN THE CHANCERY ited liability com- Please call 662-617- 621 CAL−VERNON RD. Commercial Property For Houses For Sale: Other 8500
COURT OF LOWNDES licensed & insured. 17 5601 for more informa-
pany. years experience. Willie
Men/womens clothes, Rent 7100
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI tion. h/h items, tools, rods & HOUSE/MORTGAGE
Murray Jr. 662−242− reels. Too much to list! OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE 4BR/2BA.
IN RE: THE MATTER OF 8809. Free estimates.
THE ESTATE OF Under the trade Quotes by job not acre.
Auctions 4120 662−356−6493 or 662 AVAILABLE. Located on Address: 2108 Paulette 2008 FLEETWOOD
−549−7453. 7am until. Catfish Alley. 450 sq. ft.
CHARLIE "CHARLES" name of w/ 1/2 bath. $400/mo.
Macon, MS 39341.
$263,000. 662−708−
DISCOVER 40X
CARROLL MEDLEY, DE- Zachary's TERRA CARE Garage Sales: Other 4560 3 slides, washer/dryer,
CEASED 662−328−8655. 0071 in motion satellite,
Located at 205 LANDSCAPING L.L.C.
Phone: 662−549−1878 INSIDE SALE 56 Barton outside kitchen &
CAUSE NO.: 2018-0048 5th Street North, Landscaping, Property Rd. Ethelsville Al. Sat. entertainment center.
KAREN KEEN PETITION- Columbus, Clean Up, Plant Care, 9a−2p. Clothes, shoes, 350 cummins w/ 27k
miles, new tires &
ER Lowndes County. Bush Hogging, Herbicide jewelry, kitchen &
batteries. Title in hand.
Spraying. glassware, nik naks,
RULE 81 SUMMONS pictures & Christmas. $120k neg. Columbus.
(Summons by Publica- The name, title, JESSE & BEVERLY’S 662−574−6100.
tion) and address of LAWN SERVICE. General Merchandise 4600
Mowing, cleanup, Golf Carts 9350
THE STATE OF MISSIS- the owner/part- landscaping, sodding, & HOSPITAL BED in good
SIPPI ner/corporate of- tree cutting. 356−6525. cond., $200. 662−386 3−WHEEL BATTERY
TO: ANY AND ALL UN- ficer and/or ma- −4707 or 662−356− GOLF CART In good
Tree Services 1860 6352. cond., $500. Call 662−
KNOWN HEIRS OF jority stockhold- 386−4707 or 662−356
Charlie "Charles" Car-
roll Medley, deceased, er/member/trus A&T TREE SERVICE CHINA GARDEN −6352.
and any and all per- tee of the above Bucket truck & stump Porcelain Dinnerware.
sons claiming or having
a legal or equitable in-
named busi- removal. Free est.
Serving Columbus
Prestige pattern, 8−
place sitting w/ all Even if you Motorcycles & ATVs 9400
terest in the Estate of
Charlie "Charles" Car-
ness are: since 1987. Senior accessories, $350 don’t get out much 1993 KAWASAKI
VOYAGER XII Only
these days, you can
citizen disc. Call Alvin @ cash.
roll Medley, deceased. 25,500 miles. Runs
Douglas Pellum 242−0324/241−4447 Hilton sewing machine
You have been made a Member/Man-
"We’ll go out on a limb
for you!"
in cabinet , $35. As is,
cash.
still “go shopping” in the & looks good. No
problems. $3500.
Classifieds. You can find
Defendant in the suit
filed in this Court by ager Kenmore sewing 501−545−7750.
Lisa Younger Neese, 83 Atkinson J&A TREE REMOVAL machine in cabinet,
exactly what you’ve
Chancery Clerk and Peti- Work from a bucket $25. As is, cash.
Drive 1999 ROADSTAR 1600
tioner, seeking to De-
been looking for.
truck. Insured/bonded. Call 662−549−2039. Only 45k miles. Hard
termine Heirs at Law of Starkville, MS Call Jimmy for free bags, rider & passenger
Charlie "Charles " Car-
roll Medley, deceased.
39759 estimate, USE HAPPY JACK ®
back rests w/ luggage
Find someone to mow the lawn
662−386−6286. PARACIDE to control
You are summoned to rack, has windshield.
fleas & ticks on dogs &
appear and defend
against the complaint or
If any person Good Things To Eat 2150 cats. Eliminate doggy • Ready to ride! $3500.
501−545−7750.
petition filed against wishes to re-
YOU PICK BLUE−
odor restore healthy Find someone to clean the house
you in this action at quest a hearing BERRIES ARE READY!
coat. At Tractor Supply
(www.kennelvax.com) • Trucks, Vans & Buses 9500
9:30 a.m. on 17th day to object to the
of July, 2019, in the Hill O’ Beans Farm Find that special recliner 1978 MAZDA PICKUP
Courtroom of the Chan- issuance of this 456 Fernbank Rd. Lawn & Garden 4630
• One owner. 5−speed.
cery Court Building in permit a re- in Steens.
Buy a computer system
HAYES DAYLILLIES Runs great, $1800. Call
the City of Columbus, 662−368−1163
quest for a hear- 662−386−4707 or 662

Lowndes County, Mis- Open Mon−Fr, 8a−5p Open Garden. May 27−
−356−6352.
sissippi, and in case of ing must be June 29. Digging from
Buy a used car
Sat. 7a−12p
your failure to appear
made in writing Call For Availability 8a−12p Mon.−Sat;
Five Questions:
and defend, a judgment
will be entered against and received by
Other times by calling •
Lost & Found 2300
Buy that rare coin
662−251−6665. 1069
you for the money or the Department
1 Georgia
New Hope Rd.
for your collection
other things demanded Bargain Column 4180
in the complaint or peti- of Revenue with- BRASS KETTLE I Sporting Goods 4720
tion. in (15) fifteen am looking for a PANASONIC CD . . . and lots more

The CommerCial
days from the STEREO SYSTEM
2 Lance
You are not required to brass Victorian ELLIPTICAL MACHINE
changer with AM/FM
file an answer or other first date this no- Spirit Kettle that my Sole Elliptical E35 in

Armstrong
pleading but may do so mother sold to radio. Holds 5 CD’S & excellent condition. Nice

DispaTCh
if you desire. tice was pub- someone in has 1 large speaker. quiet machine. $450
lished. Columbus, Ms in $50. (662)574−1212. 662−574−1561
Issued under my hand about 1974 or 75. I
and seal of said Court,
this 4th day of June Requests shall know this is a long Clothing 4330 Business For Sale 6350
3 L. L. Bean
516 Main St.
shot, but I would
2019. be sent to: like to buy it back RESTAURANT FOR

Columbus, MS 39701
LEASE OWNER
4 Samuel
Lisa Younger Neese for her. 601−323−
RETIRING Opportunity
CHANCERY CLERK Chief Council, 5886
to own an established
Pepys
662-328-2424
BY: Shantrell W. Legal Division profitable Restaurant
Granderson, D.C. Department of LOST HONDA car key with excellent reputation
with fob and red heart For info please email:
Revenue
PUBLISH: 6/7, 6/14, &
6/21/2019 P.O. Box 2282
inscribed Tiny. 662−
327−5040
thisisforsell@yahoo.com
or Call: 662−368−8818 www.cdispatch.com 5 Safety pin
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