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THE PONCHATOULA TIMES DECEMBER 1, 1983 PAGE SEVEN Listings for the week- Including Cable & HBO, UHF &,VHF ! ne's Ned Fowler, UNO's Don Smith will televise I00O, Tulane basketball INO-TV, Channel 26, has to help our recruiting efforts tre- nced the live televising of Uni- ]I,Y of New Orleans and Tulane t!bal] 9ames in the coming ,84 season. NO-TV VicePresident and al Manager Dean Ward. said. "are extremely happy to have |Dportunity to bring to the New iJns area the live telecasts of UNO and Tulane basketball es and we are looking forward to 'Y exciting season "' ne's basketball season on IO-TV. Channel 26. starts with ire telecast of Tulane against ted Memphis State on Saturday. ary 7 at 7 p.m tO Head Coach. Don Smith. ' "'We're absolutely delighted GNO TV (Channel 26) will be to bring the UNO basketball es to the entlre area" Smith !d "'We had the best record in ,tion among independent teams Season. with 23 wins against i losses." The UNO Privateers ed third in the nation in field rlercentage last season, success- [hitting 57 percent from the field. Uckv and Stanford were the only teams with a higher percent- ach UNO basketball game will to be a highly important one, dependent teams are measured kch game played, not on overall and losses. The competition of )against intrastate Tulane will rate extreme interest to the local 'Orleans area Both games will televised live on WGNO-TV, r!nel 26. in New Orleans. 0 Athletic Director. Ron tri. said. "'We expect the new It,, and our television exposure. k;, t , WGNO-TV. (Channel 26). mendously. Primary UNO offensive players will include: Acie Sanders, Forward, Senior: Tim Peyton. Center, Senior: John Harris, Center. Junior: and Terrence Breaux. Forward, Sopho- more Last season, Acie Sanders was instrumental in the win over Tulane. Ward added "'We hope to contrib- ute to the success of both teams, as well as to be of great service to the New Orleans area with the live presentation of UNO and Tulane basketball games." Additionally. WGNO-TV. Channel 26, will con- tinue to bring to the New Orleans area more sports programs of inter- est in the coming year. WONO-TV. Channel 26. has been recently purchased by the Tribune Broadcasting Company. who through it various subsidiaries. operates television and radio stations in New York City. Chicago. Denver. Sacramento and Bridgeport. Ct Wright sets record By LARRY HYMEL Record setting efforts by kicking specialists Bret Wright and Bruce Ladner highlighted a season that found SLU returning to the winning ranks. Wright and Ladner both set SLU kicking records for the campaign which saw the Lions compile a 6-5 record despite losing both the first and final two games. Wright established a new SLU single season punting record with a 44.3 average, just missing the national championship (Marshall's Pat Velarde had a 44.6) while Ladner's 58 points scored kicking also set a new mark. Lion Coach Oscar Lofton said he was pleased at the overall outcome of the 1983 season for the Lions, but noted, "'We lost some momentum after the Jackson State game. We had the open date and did not come back and play as well as we had before that. But give our opponents (Northwestern and Nicholls State) credit, they played well at the end.'" Open FRI, SAT & SUN 11 a.m. 7 p.m. ,i ,| lctorlan Furniture  Helsev Pine Furnfture.McCoy Pottery .A. Fox Prlnts---Stoneware oseville Pottery.,.Baskets udubon Prints.,--,.-Porrlsh Prints msterdam Edition Cut Glass b (3 mi. South of Springfield) . y. 22 TEBHY HABBOlt , LA. 294 215 Rumpelstiltskin Cast members rehearse in one scene from "'Rumpeistiltskin,'" the Grimm's family tale which will be presented by Southeastern Theatre Dec. 5-9 at SLU. Directed by Jane Walker, a member of the SLU Department of Communications and Theatre for the past year, the play will tell the classic story of a little evil man who tries to bargain for a baby and in the end meets his doom by stomping himself into the ground. According to Walker, who recently concentrated her master's degree studies in children's theatre at New York University, the play is being presented especially for the children of Tangipahoa Parish. Matinee per- formances for children are scheduled for Dec. 6, 8 and 9. All performances will be held in the SLU Humanities Theatre and all seats are $1. SLU ulcer research FROM PAGE THIRTEEN The SLU researcher found that the combination not only reduced the incidence of ulcers in various groups of rats by 80 percent, but also diminished both the number and severity of ulcers drastically. The data showed that the number of ulcers was reduced from as many as 328 to only five while the area of some ulcers was cut from the size of an entire glandular surface to less than one millimeter. In an attempt to learn more about the possible impact on higher ani- mals by studying microorganisms, Shepherd is conducting further experimentation to find out how the treatment effects bacteria He be lieves that his discovery could offer some advantages over current methods of treating ulcers "'Current ulcer treatments usually involve a Ion 9. drawn out process with patients apparently never getting over their ulcers--only their conditions get better at intervals." Shepherd saad 1'With ra:s. v,e have caused the ulcers and then obliter- ated them with the treatment" Shepherd also pointed out that the treatmert might improve cancer therapy *'Higher levels of potassium might help protect patients from too much damage ,xhen their tumors are irradiated. ` Shepherd said With regard to ulcers, cancer and nuclear radiation, the answer m;ght lie in Shepherds w.eli-balanced diet Joel Spears U.S. Treasury Agent Joel Spears (center) poses with Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Eddie Layrisson and Hammond Police Chief Roddy Devall. two local lawmen called in on the federal police "reverse sting" that resulted in the eventual arrest of five out-of-state men on charges stem- ming from federal police selling them 23 tons of police marijuana. (Sherifs Department Photo) ) By DIANE DUMAINE MARTINEZ I ON THE WAY Friends to pel. a cat and pup. Fitful anger o erupt, More than one skinned knee Laughter running ,free. On the ,:ay to growin" up: Carmel appies by the cup. 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