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SLU NEWS 22 ± 11/15/09 SCRIPT [NEWSCAST #11] [WELLS/JOHNSON] VIDEO AUDIO PRE-SHOW BLOCK PRE-SHOW BLOCK 2 SHOT, CAMERA 3 JOHNSON, WELLS JOHNSON: I¶M KAREEM JOHNSON. WELLS: AND I¶M PARRIS WELLS. JOHNSON: THE COLLEGE CHURCH HITS A MILESTONE. WELLS: NEED A SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDY ABROAD? WE¶LL TELL YOU WHERE TO GO TO GET MORE INFORMATION JOHNSON: WILL IT STAY DREARY, OR WILL WE SEE THE SUN AGAIN SOON? DAVID¶S GOT YOUR FORECAST. WELLS: PLUS SPORTS, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS. JOHNSON: THAT AND MORE ON SLU NEWS 22. BREAK BLOCK1 2 SHOT, CAMERA 2 ESTABLISH SHOT 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: HOUSING/SCHOOL RANKINGS BREAK BLOCK1 ( CAM DIRECTION AT LEFT) JOHNSON: THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. PRESIDENT BIONDI MADE AN APPERANCE AT LAST WEDNESDAY¶S SGA MEETING TO DISCUSS HOUSING AND RANKINGS. THE UNIVERSITYIS CURRENT NINETY-EIGHT PERCENT OCCUPIED WITH REGARDS TO HOUSING ACCORDING TO BIONDI, WITH ABOUT 13 TO 25 EMPTY BEDS. HE ALSO STATED THAT HE IS LOOKING INTO OTHER POSSIBILITIES, INCLUDING WORKING WITH NEARBY APARTMENT COMPLEXES, REPORTS KELLEY DUNN OF THE UNIVERSITY NEWS. ALSO DISCUSSED WAS THE UNIVERSITY¶S SIXEIGHT TO SEVENTY PERCENT ACCEPTANCE RATE, AND THE $114 MILLION DOLLARS SLU GIVES OUT IN FINANCIAL AID. BIONDI ALSO DISCUSSED HOW SLU IS WORKING ON RAISING ITS STANDARDS. FOR MORE, YOU CAN READ KELLEY DUNN¶S ARTICLE IN THE UNEWS. WELLS: ALSO AT LAST WEDNESDAY¶S SGA

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1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS OTS: SGA MEETING

MEETING, THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION BEGAN ADDRESS CHANGES, IF ANY NEEDED TO BE MADE TO THE STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE. UNEWS REPORTERS KELLEY DUNN AND ALLISON REILLY REPORT THAT SGA IS CONSIDERING FIVE OPTIONS: NO PERCENTAGE INCREASE, A SET PERCENTAGE INCREASE, AN INCREASE WITH RESPECT TO INFLATION, A PERCENTAGE INCREASE BASED ON THE GROWTH OF CHARTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS, AND A PERCENTAGE INCREASE TAKING INTO ACCOUNT INFLATION AND CSO GROWTH. FINANCIAL VP ROBERT MOEHLE SUPPORTS THE FIFTH OPTION. WHEN PUT TO A VOTE, THE FIRST OPTION, NO PERCENTAGE INCREASE HAD THE MOST SUPPORT.

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JOHNSON: (INSERT GO GREEN STORY) THIS WEEKEND WAS«

HERE¶S DAVID WITH FIRST WEATHER. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 3 KOELLER 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 WELLS OTS: STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS KOELLER: FIRST WEATHER (AD-LIB)

WELLS: THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, THE BUREAU OF EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS HAS A PROGRAM CALLED THE CRITICAL LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE OFFERING INTENSIVE SUMMER LANGUAGE INSTITUTES OVERSEAS IN 13 CRITICAL LANGUAGES. ALL CLS PROGRAM COSTS ARE COVERED FOR PARTICIPANTS INCLUDING: TRAVEL TO AND FROM THE STUDENT'S U.S. HOME CITY AND PROGRAM LOCATION, A MANDATORY WASHINGTON, D.C. PRE-DEPARTURE ORIENTATION, APPLICABLE VISA FEES, ROOM, BOARD, GROUP-BASED INTENSIVE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION, PROGRAM-SPONSORED TRAVEL WITHIN COUNTRY AND ALL ENTRANCE FEES FOR CLS PROGRAM CULTURAL ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES. THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, DEC. 18. FOR MORE INFORMATION,

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1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 JOHNSON OTS: COLLEGE CHURCH CELEBRATION

VISITHTTPS://CLSCHOLARSHIP.ORG/HOME.PHP. JOHNSON: THE COLLEGE CHURCH IS CELEBRATING A MILESTONE. THE SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER COLLEGE CHURCH IS MARKING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF WORSHIP, AND HAS A SCHEDULE OF EVENTS PLANNED. THE COLLEGE CHURCH WAS THE FIRST ENGLISH-SPEAKING PARISH IN THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS AND THE SECOND REGULAR CHURCH TO BE OPENED FOR PUBLIC SERVICES, PRECEDED ONLY BY THE OLD CATHEDRAL. EXCAVATION OF THE FOUNDATION OF COLLEGE CHURCH BEGAN IN 1883, AND ST. LOUIS BISHOP PATRICK J. RYAN DEDICATED THE CORNERSTONE ON JUNE 8, 1884. COMPLETING THE UPPER CHURCH -- THE MAGNIFICENT STRUCTURE THAT HAS BECOME A MIDTOWN ST. LOUIS LANDMARK -- WAS A MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE UNDERTAKING. IT ALSO TOOK SIGNIFICANTLY LONGER, REQUIRING MORE THAN 20 YEARS OF PLANNING, FUNDRAISING AND CONSTRUCTION. ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, AT THE SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM, THERE WILL BE A WINE TASTING EVENT AND DISPLAY OF HISTORIC ARTIFACTS USED AT COLLEGE CHURCH. THE NEXT EVENT IN THE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION SPEAKER SERIES WILL BE ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22. FATHER DOUGLAS MARCOUILLER, SJ, WILL SPEAK ABOUT HIS PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OF THE SIX EL SALVADOR JESUIT UNIVERSITY MARTYRS, THEIR HOUSEKEEPER AND HER DAUGHTER, ALONG WITH THEIR LEGACY ON THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR MARTYRDOM. THE COLLEGE CHURCH CHOIR WILL PRESENT AN ADVENT CONCERT ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, AND SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ST. FRANCIS XAVIER COLLEGE CHURCH, AND CELEBRATION EVENTS, VISIT THE PARISH WEB SITE AT WWW.COLLEGECHURCH.SLU.EDU. WELLS: WHEN WE COME BACK, THE PRESIDENT IS IN ASIA; FIND OUT WHAT CHINESE BANKER

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THINKS ABOUT U-S BANKING POLICY. JOHNSON: AND APPLE WINS A LEGAL BATTLE. WE¶LL BE RIGHT BACK. BLOCK2 JOHNSON: WELCOME BACK TO SLU NEWS 22. IN LOCAL HEADLINES, POLICE IN JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI LOCKED DOWN THE STATE CAPITAL LAST TUESDAY BECAUSE OF A POSSIBLE HOSTAGE SITUATION. POLICE AND MISSOURI HIGHWAY PATROL OFFICERS GUARDED THE OFFICE BUILDING, WHICH IS ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE GOVERNOR¶S MANSION FOR FOUR HOURS. AFTER A SEARCH OF THE GOVERNOR¶S OFFICE BUILDING, THERE WAS NO SIGN OF A HOSTAGE SITUATION. JEFFERSON CITY POLICE INDICATED IN AN INTERVIEW WITH THE ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH THAT A WOMEN WHO WORKS ON THE 5TH FLOOR OF THE BUILDING THOUGHT SHE HEARD THE WORD ³HOSTAGE´ USED OVER THE ELEVATOR INTERCOM. THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE INCIDENT IS ONGOING. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS OTS: PFIZER LAYOFFS WELLS: PFIZER (FY-SER) ANNOUNCED LAST MONDAY THAT WOUD WE LAYING OFF 600 JOBS FROM IT¶S 1000 PERSON WORKFORCE IN ST. LOUIS, WHICH IS PART OF IT¶S GLOBAL COSTCUTTING IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. PFIZER MERGED WITH WYETH NEARLY A MONTH AGO. THE COMPANY WILL MAINTAIN A PRESENCE IN THE CHESTERFIELD CAMPUS, AND RECENTLY SOLD THE PROPERTY TO MONSANTO FOR 435 MILLION, WITH THE DEAL EXPECTED TO CLOSE IN 2010. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON JOHNSON: MISSOURI AUDITOR SUSAN MONTEE RELEASED A FINANCIAL AUDIT OF THE SAINT LOUIS METROPOLITAN POLICE LAST MONDAY WHICH INCLUDED NUMEROUS FINDINGS INCLUDING: FAILURE TO MONITOR A CONTRACT WITH A LOCAL TOWING FIRM, WHICH UNDERPAID THE CITY BY NEARLY HALF A MILLION DOLLARS; THE BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS SPENDING OVER TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ON GOLD BADGES FOR THE CHIEF OF POLICE AND LIEUTENANT COLONELS.

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A FULL LISTING OF THE FINDNGS CAN BE FOUND ON THE AUDITOR¶S WEBSITE AT AUDITOR-DOT-MO-DOT-GOV. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS OTS: MIZZOU WINERY WELLS: THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI IS MAKING WINE. THE INSTITUTE FOR CONTINENTAL CLIMATE VITICULTURE (VIT-ECULTURE) AND ENOLOGY (IN-AH-LOGY) PROVIDES RESEARCH FOR THE STATE¶S 92 COMMERICIAL WINERIES. THE INSTITUTE IS SETTING UP AN EXPERIMENTAL WINERY. THE NEW WINE WILL BE SOLD COMMERCIALLY, NOTING AN AFFILIATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY ON IT¶S LABEL. VITICULTURE IS THE SCIENCE OF GROWING GRAPES. ENOLOGY IS THE SCIENCE AND STUDY OF WINES AND WINE MAKING. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: 9/11 TERROR TRIAL JOHNSON: IN NATIONAL HEADLINES, THE US FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM HAS A 90 PERCENT CONVICTION RATE ON TRYING TERRORISTS, BUT THE PROSECUTION OF ALLEGED 9/11 MASTERMIND KHALID SHAIKH MOHAMMED AND HIS CO-DEFENDENTS IS PRESENTING SOME LEGAL AND SECURITY CHALLENGES. MOHAMMED WILL BE IN CIVILIAN TRIAL IN MANHATTAN, WHERE THE JURY POOL WILL LIKELY BE NEW YORKERS. OVER 3000 LIVES WERE LOST IN NEW YORK ON SEPTEMBER 11TH. MOHAMMED CONFESSED TO BEING THE MASTERMIND OF THE 9/11 PLOT, BUT THE CONFESSION CAME AFTER THE USE OF ENHANCED INTERROGATING TECHNIQUES, WHICH INCLUDED WATERBOARDING HIM 183 TIMES. ANOTHER RISK WHICH EXPERTS ARE EXPRESSING IS THAT MOHAMMED MAY BOAST OF HIS ALLEGED CRIMES, AND TRY TO REPRESENT HIMSELF LIKE 9/11 CONSPIRITOR ZACHARIAS MOUSSAWI. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 JOHNSON OTS: MISSING GIRL CHARGES WELLS: THE MOTHER OF A MISSING 5-YEAROLD NORTH CAROLINA GIRL HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND OTHER OFFENSES. ANTOINETTE NICOLE DAVIS, THE MOTHER OF SHANIYA (shuh-'NY-uh) DAVIS, FACES A CHILD ABUSE CHARGE INVOLVING PROSTITUTION AS WELL AS FILING A FALSE POLICE REPORT, ACCORDING TO A NEWS RELEASE FROM THE

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FAYETTEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT. DAVIS REPORTED THE GIRL MISSING ON TUESDAY MORNING, AND POLICE BEGAN SEARCHING THE WOODED AREAS NEARBY. A MAN DESCRIBED AS DAVIS¶ BOYFRIEND WAS ARRESTED IN RELATION TO THE KIDNAPPING BUT LATER RELEASED, REPORTS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: ECONOMIC RECOVERY JOHNSON: CHINA¶S TOP BANKING REGULATOR HAS SAID THAT THE WEAKING US DOLLAR AND LOW INTEREST RATES ARE CAUSING SPECULATION IN STOCKS AND PROPERTY, DISTORTING ASSET PRICES AND INHIBITING GLOBAL ECONOMIC RECOVERY. LIU MINGKANG, CHAIRMAN OF THE CHINA BANKING REGULATORY COMMISSION WARNED THAT THE SITUATION POSES AN ³INSURMOUNTABLE RISK TO THE RECOVERY OF THE WORLD ECONOMY´ A FEW HOURS BEFORE PRESIDENT OBAMA WAS TO ARRIVE IN CHINA ON SUNDAY. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS OTS: YEMENI REBELS WELLS: IN INTERNATIONAL NEWS, FIGHTING BETWEEN REBELS AND YEMENI FORCES ON THE COUNTRY¶S BORDER WITH SAUDI ARABIA ARE NOW CAUSING A REFUGEE CRISIS, ACCORING TO THE UNITED NATIONS, THE BBC IS REPORTING. 240 SAUDI VILLAGES HAVE HAD TO BE EVACUATED BECAUSE OF FIGHTING, PROMPTING A BOMBING CAMPAIGN IN NORTHERN YEMEN BY THE SAUDIS. THE SAUDIS HAVE SAID THEY WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE REBELS MOVE AWAY FROM THE BORDER, BUT REBELS HAVE COUNTERED THEIR ARGUMENT IS WITH THE YEMENI GOVERNMENT, AND SAUDI ARABIA SHOULD STAY OUT OF THE CONFLICT. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: AUNG SAN SUU KYI JOHNSON: PRESIDENT OBAMA HAS URGED THE RELEASE OF AUNG SAN SUU KYI BY THE BURMESE GOVERNMENT. LAWYERS FOR SUU KYI HAVE LODGED AND APPEAL WITH THE BURMESE SUPREME COURT AGAINST HER EXTENDED HOUSE ARREST. SUU KYI'S HOUSE ARREST WAS EXTENDED IN AUGUST BEYOND THE ELECTIONS PLANNED FOR NEXT YEAR. SHE HAS SPENT 14 YEARS IN DETENTION IN THE PAST TWO DECADES.

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GENERAL THEIN SEIN, THE PRIME MINISTER OF BURMA WAS NOT CLOSE TO PRESIDENT OBAMA DURING THE MEETING OF THE 10-MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH EAST ASIAN NATIONS, OF WHICH BURMA IS A PART. A DIRECT MEETING WOULD HAVE MARKED THE FIRST TIME IN 43 YEARS A US PRESIDENT HAD MET A BURMESE LEADER. WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY ROBERT GIBBS SAID PRESIDENT OBAMA WILL RAISE THE ISSUE DIRECTLY WITH THEIN SEIN. HOW¶S THE WEATHER GOING TO BE THIS WEEK, DAVID? 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 KOELLER BREAK BLOCK3 3 SHOT, CAMERA 2 JOHNSON, WELLS, KOELLER 1 SHOT, CAMERA 3 KOELLER 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: H1N1 DEATHS THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION SAY THAT INCLUDING RELATED ILLNESSES THE NUMBER OF DEATHS OF FROM THE H1N1 VIRUS ARE ABOUT FOUR TIMES EARLIER ESTIMATES. THE CDC ESTIMATES THAT 22 MILLION AMERICANS HAVE GOTTEN THE VIRUS, AND OVER 100,000 HAVE BEEN HOSPITALIZED. ADDITIONALLY, EIGHT MILLION CHILDREN HAVE BEEN INFECTED. FIVE HUNDRED AND FORTY HAVE DIED. THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION HAS ANNOUNCED THAT MORE THAN 6,000 PEOPLE HAVE DIED WORLDWIDE FROM H1N1. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS OTS: ENERGY DRINKS ALCOHOLIC DRINKS SUCH AS EVIL EYE, MAX FURY, AND SLINGSHOT PARTY GEL ARE WELLS: THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION IS REQUESTING PROOF OF SAFETY OF ALCHOLIC ENERGY DRINKS. BREAK BLOCK3 WELLS: 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) JOHNSON: (AD-LIB). THANKS, DAVID. IN HEALTH NEWS, NEARLY FOUR THOUSAND PEOPLE HAVE DIED FROM H1N1 FLU IN THE UNITED STATES. DAVID: (WEATHER AD-LIB TO BREAK)

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POPULAR AMONG YOUNGER DRINKERS. THE FDA NOW WANTS THE COMPANIES TO PROVE THEIR PRODUCTS, WHICH ARE A BLEND OF CAFFEINE AND ALCOHOL ARE SAFE. THE FDA HAS NOT APPROVED THE ADDITION OF CAFFEINE TO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. A TASK FORCE OF STATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL IS ARGUING THAT CAFFEINE CAN MASK THE INTOXICATING EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL, LEADING TO AN INCREASE IN DRUNK DRIVING, SEXUAL ASSAULT AND OTHER DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR. IF THE FDA DETERMINES THAT CAFFEINE IN THE ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IS UNSAFE, IT COULD FORCE THEM OFF THE MARKET. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: PYSTAR/APPLE JOHNSON: A CALIFORNIA JUDGE HAS RULED IN APPLE¶S FAVOR IN ITS COPYRIGHTINFRINGEMENT CASE AGAINST PYSTAR, WHICH HAS BEEN SELLING MAC CLONES THAT RUN MAC OS TEN. "IN SUM, PSYSTAR HAS VIOLATED APPLE'S EXCLUSIVE REPRODUCTION RIGHT, DISTRIBUTION RIGHT, AND RIGHT TO CREATE DERIVATIVE WORKS," ALSUP WROTE IN THE RULING, WHICH WAS POSTED BY LEGAL SITE GROKLAW-DOT-NET. APPLE FILED THE SUIT IN JULY OF 2008, AFTER PYSTAR STARTED SELLING MAC CLONES. APPLE CONTENDS THAT THE MAC OS TEN END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ALLOWS PEOPLE TO INSTALL THE OS ONLY ON APPLE BRANDED HARDWARE. BOTH APPLE AND PYSTAR HAD REQUESTED A SUMMARY JUDGMENT, WHERE A DETERMINATION IS MADE WITHOUT TRIAL BASED ON THE MERITS OF A CASE. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS OTS: NASA A-TWITTER WELLS: THERE WILL BE A NEW ADDITION TO THE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS LAUNCH ON MONDAY. 100 FANS OF NASA WILL BE TWEETING EVENTS AS THEY UNFOLD. NASA INVITED TWITTER FOLLOWERS TO SIGN UP ONLINE FOR THE CHANCE TO SEE A SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCH UP CLOSE. ONE HUNDRED SLOTS AND 50 BACKUP POSITIONS WER FILLED IN LESS THAN 20 MINUTES ON OCTOBER 16. THE FORECAST FOR MONDAY¶S LAUNCH IS EXCELENT, WITH THE LAUNCH TIME AT 2:28

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1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON OTS: BOSS GAFF

EASTERN TIME. JOHNSON: IN ENTERTAIMENT NEWS, THE BOSS, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN MADE A GEOGRAPHY GOOF ON STAGE DURING A PERFORMANCE IN AUBURN HILLS, MICHIGAN ON FRIDAY. SPRINGSTEEN REPEATEDLY REFERRED TO THE NEIGHBORING STATE OF OHIO DURING THE SHOW UNTIL CORRECTED BY E STREET BAND GUITARIST STEVE VAN ZANDT. AN EMBARRASSED SPRINGSTEEN TOLD THE CROWD THAT IT WAS EVERY FRONT MANS¶ NIGHTMARE.

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WHEN WE COME BACK, THE BILLS TOOK ON SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE, FIND OUT HOW THEY DID. WELLS: AND A MAN MAKES A VERY EXPENSIVE MISTAKE WITH HIS CAR. STAY WITH US.

BREAK BREAK BLOCK4 JOHNSON: THANKS FOR STAYING WITH US. THE MEN¶S BASKETBALL TEAM GOT OFF TO A GREAT START THIS WEEKEND WITH AN OPENING NIGHT VICTORY OVER SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE. THE 59-41 VICTORY CAME WITH CONTRIBUTIONS OF 15 POINTS FROM BRIAN CONKLIN, 13 FROM QUAMAIN MITCHELL, AND A DOUBLE-DOUBLE FROM BIG MAN WILLIE REED. HEAD COACH RICK MAJERUS SAID HE WAS HAPPY WITH THE VICTORY, BUT HE KNOWS THAT THE REAL TEST COMES THIS WEEK. THE BILLIKENS PLAY BIG 12 OPPONENT NEBRASKA ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT CHAIFETZ ARENA IN A GAME THAT WILL TELL US A LOT ABOUT THIS YOUNG TEAM. ON SUNDAY AND TUESDAY OF NEXT WEEK, THE BILLS WILL HAVE TWO MORE HOME GAMES AGAINST KENNESAW STATE AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 2 WELLS WELLS: THE WOMEN¶S VOLLEYBALL TEAM FINISHED THE REGULAR SEASON WITH A 14-1 RECORD INSIDE THE A-10, WHICH EARNED THEM A SHARE OF THE REGULAR SEASON TITLE. THE LADIES ARE TIED WITH DAYTON FOR FIRST PLACE, AND THEY WILL JOIN OTHERS IN THE A-10 FOR THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

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THIS COMING WEEKEND. UNFORTUNATELY FOR THE BILLS, THAT TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD AT DAYTON UNIVERSITY ± GIVING A HOMECOURT ADVANTAGE TO THE FLYERS. THE BILLS START THEIR TOURNAMENT TRECK ON THURSDAY EVENING, AND THEY HOPE TO EARN AN NCAA BIRTHY WITH A CONFERENCE TITLE. 1 SHOT, CAMERA 1 JOHNSON JOHNSON: THE WOMEN¶S BASKETBALL TEAM ALSO STARTED THEIR SEASON THIS WEEKEND, WITH A FRIDAY EVENING HOME GAME AGAINST THE SALUKIES OF SOTHERN ILLINOIS. SENIOR CENTER AMANDA KEMEZYS HAD A DOUBLEDOUBLE AND LEAD THE TEAM TO A 71-45 VICTORY. THE LADIES HIT THE ROAD THIS WEEK TO TAKE ON MISSOURI STATE ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, THEN COME BACK HOME FOR A MATCHUP WITH BUTLER ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON. THE LADIES THEN GET TO HEAD TO THE COURTYARD THANKSGIVING CLASSIC IN LOS ANGELES OVER THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY. WELLS: HOW¶S THIS FOR AN EXPENSIVE MISTAKE? A MAN¶S VERY EXPENSIVE CAR TAKES A SWIM WHEN WE COME BACK. KICKER JOHNSON: IN A LAST STORY, A TEXAS DRIVER HAS DRIVEN HIS ONE MILLION DOLLAR BUGATTI VEYRON INTO A SALTWATER MARSH AFTER BEING DISTRACTED BY A LOW-FLYING BIRD EARLIER IN THE WEEK. THE DRIVER HAS SAID THAT A PELICAN SWOOPING LOW CAUSED HIM TO DROP HIS MOBILE PHONE AND SWERVED INTO THE WATER WHEN HE REACHED DOWN TO RETRIEVE IT. AUTHORITIES HAVE SAID THE DON¶T KNOW IF THE CAR CAN BE SALVAGED, BUT THE DRIVER WAS UNINJURED. (AD-LIB) WELLS: 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.

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ALSO KEEP UP WITH NEWS FROM OUR CONTENT PARTNER THE UNIVERSITY NEWS AT UNEWSONLINE.COM THIS IS SLU NEWS 22. HAVE A GREAT WEEK. (AD-LIB CONVERATION OVER CLOSE) END BLOCK END BLOCK

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