The Town Talk from Alexandria, Louisiana on November 27, 1988 · Page 30
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Alexandria, Louisiana
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Sunday, November 27, 1988
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B-8 Sunday, November 27, 1988 The Town Talk, Alexandria-Pineville, La. Marshall defeats North Texas to move into the quarterfinals Associated Press Marshall, the national runner-up in the Division I-AA playoffs last year, moved into the quarterfinals Saturday, using a staunch defense to beat North Texas 7-0. John Gregory hit Mike Barber with an 8-yard touchdown pass after a muffed punt for the only scoring. The sixth-seeded Thundering Herd, 11-1, killed North Texas' last scoring chance when Rondell Wan-namaker intercepted a pass at the Marshall 35 with 43 seconds left. Marshall, which won the Southern Conference's automatic bid to the playoffs, advanced to a second-round game against Southern Conference co-champion Fur-man. In 1987, Northeast Louisiana beat Marshall for the title. The key turnover came when Marcus Camper ran up 15 yards to catch Gregg Supsura's punt, but the ball bounced off College playoffs his chest into the hands of Marshall's Von Woodson at the North Texas 40. Seven plays later, Gregory hit Barber on a screen for the score with 27 seconds left in the first period. Elsewhere in Division I-AA, Furman beat Delaware 21-7; Georgia Southern downed the Citadel 38-20; Western Kentucky defeated Western Illinois 35-32; Northwestern (La.) State took Boise State 22-13; Idaho 38, Montana 19; and Stephen F. Austin 24, Jackson State 0. At night, it was Eastern Kentucky 28, Massachusetts 17. In Division II, it was North Dakota State 36, Millersville 26; Texas A&I 34, Tennessee-Martin 0; Portland State 20, Jacksonville State 13; and Sacramento State 56, North Carolina Central 7. In Division III, it was Ithaca 24, Cortland (N.Y.) State 17; Ferrum 49, Moravian 28; Augustana (111) 28, Wittenberg 14; and Central, Iowa 16, Wisconsin-Whitewater 13. In NAIA Division I, it was Moorehead (Ky.) State 26, Mesa (Colo.) State 16; Adams (Colo.) State 14, Emporia (Kan.) State 10; Pittsburg (Kan.) State 33, Northern (S.D.) State 14; Southeastern Oklahoma State 21, Central Arkansas 14 in overtime; Hillsdale, Mich. 42, Fairmont (W.Va.) State 7; Carson-Newman, 62, .Concord, W.Va. 29; and Central (Ohio) State 24, Catawba, N.C. 10. The game between Washburn and Arkansas-Monticello was postponed by bad weather and will be played today. In NAIA Division II, it was Westminster 40, Bluffton 7; Wisconsin-La Crosse 45, Northwestern Iowa 33; Evangel 22, Bethany (Kan.) 10; and Oregon Tech 70, Carroll, Mont. 35. Idaho defeats Montana, 38-19 MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) Idaho quarterback John Friesz passed for 398 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Vandals to a 38-19 victory over Montana in the first round of the NCAA Division I-AA football playoffs Saturday . The Vandals, 10-1, will play host to Northwestern State of Louisiana, 10-2, next Saturday at the Kibbie Dome. Montana finished its season with an 8-4 record . The Vandals shut out the Grizzlies in the second half after taking a 21-19 halftime advantage. Friesz connected with freshman Kasey Dunn for a 13-yard touchdown pass late in the third quarter, and found Lee Allen for a 56-yard TD bomb with 13 minutes left to play in the game . Thayne Doyle drilled a 23-yard field goal with 4:51 left to complete Idaho's scoring. Allen caught nine passes for 164 yards to lead all receivers . Lady Tigers lose season opener Special to the Town Talk ' BOWLING GREEN, Ky. The LSU women's basketball team lost its season opener to Clemson 69-66 Saturday night in the first round of the Bowling Green Bank Invitational hosted by Western Kentucky. The Lady Tigers trailed by eight midway through the first half before outscoring Clemson 22-18 to take a 32-29 lead into half-time. "We had a great effort from our bench in the first half," said Coach Sue Gunter. "If it had not been for Roxanna (Redden), Shelley (Rains), and Barbara (Henderson), we would have not been in the game." LSU commited 14 turnovers in the first half, totaling 27 for the game. "We had two major problems tonight," said Gunter. "One was our turnovers and the other was our inability to get the ball to our post players . " April Delley and Dee Dee Franklin scored 25 points from the post position even though the offensive game plan faltered. , Patricia Woods led LSU scorers with 15. Delley with 13, Franklin with 12, and Dana Chatman, who had 10, also scored in double figures for LSU. Woods had a team-high nine rebounds . Ramona O'Neal scored a game-high 19 points to lead Clemson . LSU will play the loser of the Western Kentucky-Texas Tech game today at 1 p.m. Duke tops The Citadel, 93-52 DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Danny Ferry scored 18 points and reserve John Smith sparked top-ranked Duke early in the second half, and the Blue Devils took a 93-52 victory over The Citadel Saturday night. Duke, 2-0, used pressure defense to hold the Bulldogs scoreless for eight minutes, taking a 38-15 lead with three minutes left in the first half with a 16-0 spurt. Ohio St 72 DePaul 70 LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) Jay Burson's driving layup with three seconds to play gave No. 16 Ohio State a victory over DePaul in the consolation round of the Maui Classic. Burson finished with 28 points . Top 20 S. Illinois St 102 Villanova 81 BAYAMON, Puerto Rico (AP) Freddie McSwain scored 17 of his 24 points in the second half as Southern Illinois upset No. 11 Villanova in the semifinal of the San Juan Shootout. McSwain, a 6-foot-5 transfer from Northern Oklahoma Junior College, scored eight of the first 10 points of the second half to "lead a rally that put Southern Illinois in the lead to stay . Villanova's Mark West was held without a field goal in .the first half and finished with 16 points before fouling out with 2:30 left. Center Tom Greis led the Wildcats with 20 points on 10-for-13 shooting. Cajuns' defense sparks win LAFAYETTE (AP) Kevin Brooks had 25 points and Sydney Grider added 19 to lead Southwestern Louisiana to a 84-38 victory Saturday night over Xavier University of New Orleans . The Cajuns' defensive play really sparkled in the team's season opener, keeping Xavier, State 1-6, to the lowest score by an opponent in 17 seasons. The school record for fewest points allowed is 21 scored by Northwestern State in the 1971-72 season. Southwestern took a 15-0 lead in the first five minutes. The margin never got much bigger for the rest of the half, and the teams went into the locker room at 31-14 . It was still only a 17-point game seven minutes into the second half, but over the last 13:34 of the game the host Cajuns outscored the Gold Rush 43-14 to build the big final margin. Xavier, which shot 32.1 percent from the field, got 11 points from Mike McCullum. Southeastern 66 Texas Wesleyan 61 HAMMOND (AP) Young Rucker's two free throws snapped a tie with 59 seconds left and Southeastern Louisiana added three more points from the foul line to gain a 66-61 season-opening college basketball win over Texas Wesleyan Saturday. Texas Wesleyan fell to 6-2. Rucker, who hit 17 points, was joined in double figures by Michael Wolf who tallied 18 as the Lions stopped a four-game winning streak by the visiting Rams. Texas Wesleyan's Rodney Nobles had 15 points . IMPORTANT NOTICE i FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES, CANCER, HEART TROUBLE, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE KIDNEY AILMENTS AND MOST OTHER PREEXISTING CONDITIONS THAT HAVE PREVIOUSLY BEEN CONSIDERED UNINSURABLE. HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR YOU NOW! THIS PROBLEM MAY BE ELIMINATED! PAYS IN ADDITION TO OTHER INSURANCE INCLUDING: WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION, GROUP AND MEDICARE! THIS PLAN PAYS OUTSTANDING HOSPITAL BENEFITS PLUS OUT-PATIENT EXPENSES SUCH AS X-RAYS, LAB WORK, EKG'S AND DRUGS, ETC. 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A Division I-AA record interception return of 99 yards with no time left in the first half by Dwayne Hans pulled the Grizzlies to within two points of Idaho at intermission. r.'ICKZLin Ttrcstoncj H Mu ft aWlJ IV 8475 .11 ..on 1 CA.W XA4 Heel belted all ll nBidi. Li radial. 40.000 mile' Hi prvJ jl Aiiywh I 1 Smooth quiet tide. jrll whiuwii Prtoa Kv -1 WE LL MATCH i Wmwll Mnb P1B680SH13 u.m pIW 1 . ,u, ., a .a P18S75SH14 67.09 nil I SSSI i ','s',o"ll " Rsssa " I PRICE l ALL I 5- IMttft I SITES WE f-ABRYl I mobwrm ixm ym n26rnm nw I QiUllI I nawonnii tr P21&7&H16 MM P23676SR15 71. 1 ' .WycJ I P22&76R1S M M &'t -Usaltexl wnmmtr aalle i Why settle for steel bolted? Aramld is S timet u strong as iteel cord! 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AUTO EXPRESS OPENS 7:30 AM Montgomeiy Ward AutoExpress Sale Price, good thru Sat., Dec. 3, 1988 SUN I HON I TUES I WED ITHURI TRl I SAT 27 28 I 291 30l 1 I 2 I 3 'Brand Banm priced to low phu, w gnsjtntM iwll match any other itore'i td ial pricwl Wt'U match anr comMtitori currant advertind ula nrlca on national brand name! 36S davi a vaarl il you tea a kmer advertliea price tor tha tama national brand nana item, w u matcn trut pnea at tima of purchate or U you And a lowar tdvartltad price within 30 dayt after purchate, tmt bring In your receipt and waTT gladly refund the dlrlarenca. Verifiable proof required. Itrttimery Ward It tbi axchitlve dittributor d tome national brand name ttemi. Many of theae ttemt are iimilar to brand namei eold by our cctnpetrtort, but they carry different model namet or numbert. We will match the advertlted price for thaee ilmilar national brand name ttemt. Atk a talaa for details. If you've already purchased a Private Label Extra Value or Sale Hem from ut, and we advertise It for leat within 30 dayt after your purchase, hitt bring In your receipt and we'll gladly refund iha difference. Price matchlna policy doeant apply to sales of floor templet, one-of s-kindt, damaged or clearance stocking retaikra. I quantitlet, manuf acturers rebetet or salet by other than local 1804 MacArthur Drive Metro Center Mall Montgomeiy Ward lil.Hieaii

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