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SLU NEWS 22 ± 11/08/09 SCRIPT [NEWSCAST #10] [ACKELS/JOHNSON] VIDEO AUDIO PRE-SHOW BLOCK PRE-SHOW BLOCK 2 SHOT, CAMERA 3 JOHNSON, ACKELS JOHNSON: I¶M KAREEM JOHNSON. ACKELS: AND I¶M CHRIS ACKELS. JOHNSON: THIS WEEK: BIG CHANGES TO UNIVERSITY STRUCTURE ARE COMING. ACKELS: A SHOOTING AT FORT HOOD, THE LATEST JOHNSON: WILL THIS BEATIFUL WEATHER LAST? DAVID KOELLER¶S GOT YOUR FORECAST ACKELS: AND BILLIKENS SPORTS (AD-LIB). JOHNSON: ALL THAT¶S COMING UP ON SLU NEWS 22. BLOCK1 (ESTABLISH SHOT) JOHNSON: THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. THIS BIG STORY THIS WEEK IS THE CHANGES TO GRADUATE SCHOOL. MATT WILHEM OF THE UNIVERSITY NEWS IS REPORTING THAT CHANGES UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION IS TRYING TO BRING ABOUT HAVE RUN INTO A WALL OF SORTS. THE UNIVERSITY IS PROPOSING TO REPLACE THE PROVOST WITH TWO CHIEF ACADEMIC VICE PRESIDENTS, AND PLACE GRADUATE PROGRAMS UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE COLLEGES WITHIN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS OF SCIENCES. THE IDEA HAS GENERAL SUPPORT AMONG THE FACULTY SENATE. HOWEVER, THEY DO HAVE SOME CONCERNS WITH THE ADMINISTRATION¶S APPROACH TO MAKING CHANGES. FOR MORE READ MATT¶S REPORT IN THE UNIVERSITY NEWS. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 ACKELS ACKELS: IN A RELATED STORY, UNIVERSITY PROVOST JOESEPH WEIXLMANN IS STILL ON LEAVE, AND THE UNIVERSITY IS MAKING MOVES TO REPLACE THE POSITION. WEIXLMANN HAS BEEN ON LEAVE SINCE SUMMER OF THIS YEAR, AND HAS NOT RETURNED.

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THE UNIVERSITY PROVOST HANDLES ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT AND ACADEMIC SERVICES. PRESIDENT BIONDI IN A RECENT E-MAIL TO THE SLU COMMUNITY HAS STATED THAT THE POSITION WOULD BE DISCONTINUED AND REPLACED WITH TWO ACADEMIC VICE PRESIDENTS. MANOJ PATANKAR, DEAN OF PARKS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND, AVIATION & TECHNOLOGY HAS BEEN SERVING AS INTERIM PROVOST SINCE AUG. 1. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON JOHNSON: A KINK IN THE SYSTEM ALLOWED SOME STUDENTS TO REGISTER EARLY FOR NEXT SEMESTERS CLASSES ON BANNER LAST WEEK. OVER 200 STUDENTS FOUND THE PROBLEM AND REGISTERED FOR CLASSES WELL BEFORE THEIR DESIGNATED TIME. CLASS REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 7 AM ON MONDAY MORNINGS, AND IS STAGGERED WEEKLY BY GRADE. BUT A GOOD AMOUNT SENIORS WERE ABLE TO REGISTER ON SUNDAY NIGHT LAST WEEKEND, AND IT COMPLETELY THREW OFF THOSE WHO FOLLOWED THE EXPECTED SCHEDULE. I-T-S DID SAY THAT THEY FIXED MOST OF THE PROBLEMS BY THE TIME THE REGULAR SCHEDULE CAME AROUND, AND THEY CONTINUE TO WORK TO MAKE SURE THAT THE SAME PROBLEM DOES NOT HAPPEN AGAIN. ACKELS: A BRAND NEW CLUB ON CAMPUS STARTED BY A HANDFUL OF FRESHMAN STUDENTS FOCUSSES THEIR TIME ON POLITICAL DEBATE AND DISCUSSION. THE POLITICAL ROUND TABLE IS A NEW STUDENTRUN GROUP THAT HOSTS DISCUSSIONS AND DEBATES ON ALL KINDS OF POLITICAL ISSUES. THEIR FIRST ROUND TABLE DEBATE WAS HELD ON TUESDAY NIGHT IN THE WOOL BALLROOMS, WHERE ABOUT 40 STUDENTS DISCUSSED THE CURRENT STATE OF HEALTCARE, AND HOW THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD GET INVOLVED. PRESIDENT PRIYA SIROHA SAYS SHE PLANS TO HAVE DEBATES EVERY FEW WEEKS, AND SHE WILL ALLOW THE MEMBERS OF THE CLUB TO DECIDE THE TOPIC OF DISCUSSION. THE POLITICAL ROUND TABLE WILL START AGAIN NEXT SEMESTER, AND THEY CAN BE FOUND AT THEIR FACEBOOK SITE, SLU POLITICAL ROUND TABLE .

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HOSTED DIWALI PUJA AT 5PM YESTERDAYIN THE ST. LOUIS ROOM IN THE BUSCH STUDENT CENTER IN THE BSC. DIWALI PUJA IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT HINDU PRAYER SERVICES. A HINDU PRIEST FROM THE HINDU TEMPLE OF ST. LOUIS OFFICIATED OVER THE CEREMONY. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 ACKELS ACKELS: ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, THE ALBERT GNAEGI CENTER FOR HEALTH CARE ETHICS HELD A 30TH ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM. THE EVENT STARTED WITH A 2009 BANDER ENDOWED LECTURED WHICH WAS PRESENTED BY WILLIAM SAGE, M.D. IT ALSO INCLUDED HEALTH CARE ETHICS PAPER PRESENTATIONS BY CHCE ALUMNI AND FACULTY, AND CONCLUDED WITH A PRESENTATION ON ³ETHICS IN END-OF-LIFE CARE.´ 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 JOHNSON JOHNSON: ON SUNDAY, THE SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART HOSTED ³SIP AND SERENADE´ WHICH FEATURED A STRING QUARTET WITH MEMBERS FROM THE SLU STRING ORCHESTRA DIRECTED BY MARK THAYER OF THE ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. THE JUDITH AND ADAM ARONSON GALLERY HOSTED RELICS OF A GLORIOUS PAST: IMPERIAL RUSSIAN ARTIFACTS FROM THE COLLECTION OF JAMES COOPER, PH.D., THE EXHIBITION CONTAINS MORE THAN 400 ITEMS, RANGING FROM THE 16TH TO THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 ACKELS ACKELS: AT 4PM ON TEGELER FIELD, PARKS COLLEGE HOSTED THE ANNUAL PUMPKIN LAUNCH, WHICH TEST STUDENTS¶ ENGINEERING SKILLS. THE CONTESTANTS' NO. 1 GOAL IS TO SEND A BASKETBALL-SIZED PUMPKIN HURTLING TOWARD A 12-INCH ROUND TARGET ON THE GROUND SOME 75 FEET AWAY. THE TEAM THAT GETS THE CLOSEST WINS. JOHNSON: HERE¶S DAVID WITH FIRST WEATHER. KOELLER: FIRST WEATHER (AD-LIB) 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 ACKELS ACKELS: THANKS DAVID. ON THURSDAY, WINDOWS MACHINES WILL HAVE ADDITIONAL POWER SAVING SETTINGS. THIS POWER

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SAVINGS PACKAGE WILL HELP THE UNIVERSITY SAVE MONEY AND ENERGY BY ADJUSTING SETTINGS FOR THE MORE THAN 6,000 DESKTOP COMPUTERS ON CAMPUS. UNDER THESE SETTINGS, MONITORS WILL GO TO SLEEP AFTER 30 MINUTES OF NO ACTIVITY. AFTER ONE HOUR, THE COMPUTER WILL GO INTO "STANDBY" MODE AND THE HARD DRIVE WILL TURN OFF. JOHNSON: WHEN WE COME BACK, A SHOOTING ON ARMY BASE IN TEXAS IS PRODUCING A LOT OF QUESTIONS ACKELS: AND SOME NEW ELECTIONS RULES IN IRAQ. (AD-LIB TO BREAK) END BLOCK BLOCK2 JOHNSON: TOPPING NATIONAL NEWS, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS WHO CONSIDER NIDAL MALIK HASAN TO BE ONLY SUSPECT, ARE TRYING TO ESTABLISH A MOTIVE IN THURSDAY¶S SHOOTING AT FORT HOOD WHICH LEFT 13 PEOPLE DEAD, AND 29 OTHERS WOUNDED. HASAN ALLEGEDLY FIRED OVER 100 ROUNDS IN SOLDIER PROCESSING FACILITY IN WHAT HAS BEEN CALLED A THE WORST MASS SHOOTING ON A MILITARY FACILITY IN THE US. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 ACKELS ACKELS: REUTERS IS REPORTING THAT THE US JOBLESS RATE IS AT THE HIGHEST SINCE 1983, NOW SITTING AT 10.2 PERCENT. THE LABOR DEPARTMENT SAID ON FRIDAY THAT EMPLOYERS CUT 190,000 JOBS IN OCTOBER, MORE THAN EXPECTED, BUT LESS THAN THE 219,000 LOST IN SEPTEMBER. ADDITIONALLY, UNEMPLOYED AMERICANS THAT HAVE GIVEN UP ON LOOKING FOR WORK HAS HIT A RECORD 17.5 PERCENT. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON JOHNSON: THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PASSED THE HEALTH CARE REFORM BILL ON LARGELY PARTY LINES LAST NIGHT IN WASHINGTON DC 220-215. THE SENATE IS SET TO TACKLE THE BILL, WITH SENATOR LINDSAY GRAHAM OF SOUTH CAROLINA CALLING THE BILL ³DEAD ON ARRIVAL.´ THE SENATE IS CONSIDERING IS OWN

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VERSION OF THE BILL, WHICH INCLUDES A DIFFERENT VERSION OF A GOVERNMENTBACKED INSURANCE PLAN. 1 SHOT, CAMARA 2 ACKELS ACKELS: HURRICANE IDA STRENGTHENED OFF THE MEXICAN RESORT CITY OF CANCUN ON THE YUCATAN PENINSULA ON SUNDAY AS HEAVY RAINS CAUSED BY THE STORM KILLED AT LEAST 42 PEOPLE IN EL SALVADOR. THE CENTER OF HURRICANE IDA, A CATEGORY 2 STORM, IS MOVING INTO THE SOUTHERN GULF OF MEXICO, THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER SAID SUNDAY. HURRICANE WATCHES HAVE BEEN POSTED FROM FROM GRAND ISLE LOUISIANA, WHICH IS JUST SOUTHWEST OF NEW ORLEANS, TO MEXICO BEACH FLORIDA. THE STORM CURRENTLY HAVE WINDS OF 100 MILES PER HOUR, AND IS EXPECTED TO CONINUE TO MOVE NORTH INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO, HEADING FOR A POSSIBLE LANDFALL IN ALABAMA OR FLORIDA ON TUESDAY. THE STORM IS EXPECT TO BE WEAKENING AS IT APPROACHES THE COAST, BUT GOV. BOBBY JINDAL HAS GONE AHEAD AND DECLARED A STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR LOUISIANA AHEAD OF THE STORM. JOHNSON: IN INTERNATIONAL NEWS, IRAQ¶S PARLIAMENT HAS PASSED DELAYED ELECTION LAW ON SUNDAY, MAKING WAY FOR A NATIONAL ELECTION IN JANUARY. LAWMAKERS WORKED OUT DISAGREEMENTS OVER THE DISPUTED CITY OF KIRKUK TO PASS THE MEASURE. THE HURDLE TO PASSAGE WAS HOW TO APPORTION VOTES IN THE OIL-RICH CITY, A CITY CLAIMED BY BOTH ARABS AND KURDS IN THE WORLD¶S 11TH LARGEST OIL PRODUCING NATION. IF THE ELECTION LAW HAD NOT PASSED SOON, IT WOULD HAVE DELAYED THE JAN. 16 ELECTION AND PLANS TO WITHDRAW US TROOPS. ACKELS: POPE BENEDICT MADE A ONE-DAY PILGRIMAGE ON SUNDAY TO NORTHERN ITALY TO PAY TRIBUTE TO PAUL VI, HIS PREDECESSOR THAT MADE HIM A CARDINAL. IN 1977, THE YEAR BEFORE POPE PAUL THE VI DIED, HE ELEVATED JOSEPH RATZINGER TO THE RANK OF CARDINAL. LATER SUNDAY,

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BENEDICT PLANNED TO VISIT THE VILLAGE OF CONCESIO, PAUL'S BIRTHPLACE. IN HIS HOMILY, BENEDICT QUOTED EXTENSIVELY FROM PAUL VI'S 1968 SPEECH IN WHICH HE NOTED THE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL'S EXPECTATIONS THAT THE POPE SHOULD LEAD WITH "IMPRESSIVE, ENERGETIC AND DECISIVE INTERVENTIONS." "EVEN THE POPE NEEDS TO BE HELPED WITH PRAYER," BENEDICT QUOTED PAUL AS SAYING. JOHNSON: HERE¶S DAVID WITH A WEATHER PREVIEW. KOELLER: (WEATHER AD-LIB TO BREAK) END BLOCK. BLOCK3 ACKELS: WELCOME BACK TO SLU NEWS 22. DAVID IS HERE WITH A LOOK AT THE UPCOMING WEATHER WEEK. (AD-LIB) KOELLER: (WEATHER AD-LIB) (UNTIL END OF 7-DAY FORECAST) KAREEM: THANKS, DAVID. MOTOROLA'S NEW TOUCH SCREEN SMART PHONE LAUNCHED ON FRIDAY. VERIZON CUSTOMS LINED UP HOURS BEFORE THE RELEASE TO GET THEIR HANDS ON THE NEW ANDROID 2.0 DEVICE, AND STORES HAVE BEEN QUICKLY BURNING THROUGH THEIR INVENTORY OF THE NEW PHONE. OF COURSE, WITH ANY NEW TOUCH SCREEN PHONE, WILL COME THE COMPARISON TO THE ICONIC IPHONE. THE ONE COMPARISON THAT SEEMS TO HAVE SOME STICKING POWER, IS BATTERY LIFE. THE NEW DROID LASTED FOR ONLY 12 HOURS IN A TEST DONE BY A REVIEW SITE, EVEN WHEN IN THE SO CALLED STANDBY MODE. HOWEVER, WHEN IN CONSTANT USE, THE DROID ONLY LASTED FOR 7 HOURS. BATTERY LIFE MAY BE A SET BACK FOR USERS THAT CANNOT BE RECHARGING THEIR PHONES ALL DAY, BUT DIDN'T SEEM TO BOTHER THE CROWDS THAT LINED UP EARLY FRIDAY, PROVING THAT FIERCE ADVERTISING HAD BEEN A SUCCESS. ACKELS: THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF APPLE'S

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IPHONE IN CHINA HAS BEEN DISAPPOINTING AT BEST FOR MOBILE OPERATOR CHINA UNICOM. UNICOM UNVEILED APPLE'S ICONIC HANDSET IN BEIJING ON OCTOBER 30, BUT THE FEW HUNDRED PEOPLE WHO BRAVED THE COLD WIND AND RAIN TO SNAP UP THE IPHONE PALED IN COMPARISON TO HORDES SEEN IN NEW YORK IN 2007 OR TOKYO AND HONG KONG LAST YEAR. VENDORS SAY THE HIGH PRICE, DISABLED WIFI AND OTHER ISSURE HAS SO FAR DOGGED SALES IN THE WORLD'S BIGGEST CELL PHONE MARKET OF NEARLY 720 MILLION USERS. UNICOM SAID LAST WEEK THAT IT HAD SOLD 5,000 UNITS IN THE FIRST WEEKEND, BUT HAS RELEASED NO FIGURES SINCE. JOHNSON: WAL-MART, AMAZON, AND TARGET ARE AT IT AGAIN. FIRST WITH BOOKS, NOW DVD'S. ON THURSDAY, WAL-MART INSTIGATED ANOTHER PRICE WAR BY TRIMMING THE ONLINE PREORDER PRICES OF SOME UPCOMING DVD'S FOLLOWING ITS PRICE BUT ON BOOKS LAST MONTH. AND ONCE AGAIN, COMPETITORS AMAZON.COM AND TARGET SCRAMBLED TO MATCH THE PRICES. IT'S THE LATEST MOVE IN AN ONGOING ONLINE PUSH BY WAL-MART DESIGNED TO MAKE SURE EVERYONE KNOWS IT INTENDS TO BE THE LOWPRICE LEADER ON THE WEB, AS WELL AS IN STORES. THE RETAILER REDUCED SOME OF ITS DVD'S TO AN ONLINE PRICE OF 10 DOLLARS THURSDAY, BUT AMAZON COMPETED BY CUTTING ITS PRICE TO 9.99, AND WAL-MART SHOT BACK BY CUTTING ITS PRICE ANOTHER TWO CENTS TO 9.98. BUT NOT ALL RETAILERS APPEAR TO BE ENGAGING IN THE TUG OF WAR, AS BEST BUY, BARNES & NOBLE AND BORDERS ALL HAD HIGHER PRICES FOR SOME OF THE DVDS FRIDAY. ACKELS: IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWS, AT THE BOX OFFICE THIS WEEKEND, WALT DISNEY'S "A CHRISTMAS CAROL" WAS OFF TO A SLOWER START THAN EXPECTED, BRINGING IN ONLY 31 MILLION DOLLARS, BUT STILL COMING IN ON TOP FOR THE WEEKEND. INDUSTRY PUNDITS HAD FORECAST THE MOVIE TO BRING IN BETWEEN 35 MILLION AND 45 MILLION DOLLARS, BUT DISNEY SAID THE FILM HITS ITS OWN TARGET, AND EXPECTED THE MOVIE TO ENJOY SOME LONGEVITY ONCE THE CHRISTMAS

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SPIRIT KICKS IN. THIS WAS THE CASE WITH THE 2004 HOLIDAY MOVIE "THE POLAR EXPRESS," WHICH TOTALED 180 MILLION DOLLARS AFTER A SLOW START. DISNEY SAID 3D THEATERS, WHICH CHARGE A PREMIUM FOR TICKETS, ACCOUNTED FOR NEARLY THREE-QUARTERS OF "CHRISTMAS CAROL" SALES. LAST WEEKEND'S CHAMPION, THE MICHAEL JACKSON CONCERT DOCUMENTARY "THIS IS IT" SLIPPED TO NO. 2 WITH 14 MILLION DOLLARS, TAKING ITS 12-DAY TOTAL TO 57.9 MILLION DOLLARS. "THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS" AND "THE BOX" ALSO MET THE MODEST EXPECTATIONS. JOHNSON: SESAME STREET IS CELEBRATING ITS FORTIETH BIRTHDAY ON TUESDAY THIS WEEK.. SESAME STREET FIRST AIRED ON NOVEMBER 10TH, 1969. SINCE THEN, THE CARTOON HAS GROWN BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS INTO PROBABLY THE MOST POPULAR CHILDREN¶S CARTOON IN TELEVISION HISTORY. 40 YEARS LATER, THE SHOW HAS RECEIVED A BOUNTY OF AWARDS, INCLUDING AS MANY AS 100 EMMIES. THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN SHOWN IN MORE THAN 120 COUNTRIES, AND YOU¶D BE HARD PRESSED TO FIND SOMEBODY WHO HAS NOT HEARD OF BIG BIRD. TO CELEBRATE THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW, FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA WILL BE FEATURED, WORKING WITH KIDS TO PLANT A GARDEN AND TALK ABOUT EATING HEALTHY FOOD. ACKELS: COMING UP IN SPORTS (AD-LIB TO BREAK) BLOCK4 JOHNSON: HERE¶S CHRIS WITH SPORTS.

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ACKELS: THE BILLIKENS MEN S BASKETBALL TEAM BEGINS THEIR SEASON THIS SATURDAY IN A GAME AT 7:00 AT CHAIFETZ ARENA, AS THE BILLS TAKE ON SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE. SLU PLAYED TWO EXHIBITION GAMES AT CHAIFETZ TO PREPARE FOR THE SEASON, INCLUDING A 61-47 VICTORY OVER ST. AMBROSE LAST WEEKEND. HEAD COACH RICK MAJERUS VISITED THE GREIS LOBBY ON WEDNESDAY FOR A Q&A WITH THE STUDENTS, AND HE ADDRESSED THE EXCITEMENT OF THIS YOUNG TEAM AND THE IMPORTANCE OF A STRONG NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE. IT WILL BE A FUN FEW WEEKS FOR BILLIKENS FANS, WITH FOUR HOME GAMES BETWEEN NOW AND THANKSGIVING. ON THURSDAY THIS

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WEEK, BE SURE TO PICK UP THE 2009-2010 MEN S BASKETBALL PREVIEW IN THE UNEWS. THE WOMEN S BASKETBALL TEAM PLAYED THEIR FIRST EXHIBITION GAME LAST THURSDAY NIGHT WITH A 69-37 WIN OVER SOUTHWEST BAPTIST. THE LADIES BEGIN THEIR REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE ON FRIDAY WHEN THEY HOST THE SALUKIS OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS AT 8:00 AT CHAIFETZ ARENA. WHILE BASKETBALL SEASON IS JUST BEGINNING, THE SOCCER SEASON IS COMING TO A CLOSE. NOW THE BILLIKESN WOMEN S SOCCER TEAM WASN T ENTIRELY SURE IF THEY WERE GOING TO EVEN MAKE IT TO THE ATLANTIC 10 TOURNAMENT, BUT THANKS TO A 0-0 TIE ON SENIOR NIGHT TO END THE REGULAR SEASON, THE LADY BILLS FOUND THEIR WAY IN AS THE NUMBER 5 SEED. THE FIRST GAME OF THE TOURNAMENT WAS A MATCHUP WITH ST. BONAVENTURE S ON THURSDAY. THOUGH THE BONNIES HAD BEATEN THE BILLS ONCE ALREADY THIS YEAR, SAINT LOUIS KNEW THIS WAS A WINNABLE GAME. SENIOR ANDREA BARTLAGE SCORED JUST 2 MINUTES INTO THE GAME, AND IT WAS ALL SAINT LOUIS FROM THERE. THE BILLS ENDED UP OUTSHOOTING ST. BONS 26-8, EN ROUTE TO A 3-0 VICTORY AND A CHANCE TO ADVANCE TO THE NEXT ROUND. IN THE SECOND ROUND THOUGH, THE TOP-SEEDED DAYTON FLYERS PULLED AWAY FROM THE BILLIKENS. DAYTON BEAT SAINT LOUIS 5-1 IN THE A-10 SEMI-FINALS, AND WENT ON TO WIN THE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP ON SUNDAY WITH A 2-1 VICTORY OVER THE CHARLOTTE 49ERS. THIS COMING WEEKEND IS TOURNAMENT TIME FOR MEN S SOCCER IN THE ATLANTIC 10. THE BILLS HAD QUITE THE WEEKEND ON THEIR ROADTRIP TO PHILADELPHIA LAST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. IT ALL STARTED WITH A FRIDAY AFTERNOON VICTORY OVER TEMPLE. FRESHMAN JACOB BROWN SCORED THE GAME S ONLY GOAL IN THE FIRST HALF, AND THE BILLS BEAT THE OWLS 1-0. THEN, ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON, SOPHOMORES MIKE ROACH AND BEAU BELLOMY EACH SCORED AND THE BILLS WALKED AWAY FROM ST. JOE S WITH A 3-0 VICTORY. THANKS TO THAT SUCCESSFUL WEEKEND, THE BILLIKENS HAVE EARNED THE NUMBER 2 SEED IN THIS WEEKEND S ATLANTIC 10 TOURNAMENT. THAT TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD IN KINGSTON, RHODE ISLAND, AND IT

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BEGINS THIS THURSDAY. AND FINALLY, THE WOMEN S VOLLYBALL TEAM EXTENDED THEIR WINNING STREAK TO FIVE GAMES THIS WEEKEND, WITH A SWEEPING VICTORY OVER ONE OF THEIR TOUGHEST CONFERENCE OPPONENTS,THE CHARLOTTE 49ERS. THE LADIES HAVEN T LOST A SET SINCE OCTOBER 25TH, AND THEY SIT TIED FOR FIRST PLACE IN THE CONFERENCE WITH THEIR RIVALS THE DAYTON FLYERS. XAIVER VISITS CHAIFETZ ARENA ON SUNDAY NIGHT, AS THE BILLIKENS INCH CLOSER TO THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, HELD JUST BEFORE THANKSGIVING. JOHNSON: WE¶LL BE BACK WITH A FINAL LOOK AT WEATHER. END BLOCK KICKER ACKELS: DAVID IS BACK WITH A FINAL LOOK AT THE WEATHER. KOELLER: (WEATHER AD-LIB) JOHNSON: WE THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. FOLLOW US ON ONLINE AT SLUTV-DOT-SLUDOT-EDU AND ON TWITTER. ALSO KEEP UP WITH NEWS FROM OUR CONTENT PARTNER THE UNIVERSITY NEWS AT UNEWSONLINE.COM THIS IS SLU NEWS 22. (AD-LIB CONVERATION OVER CLOSE) END BLOCK END BLOCK

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