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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 11, 1989, Ironwood, Michigan THE DAILY Ml March 1989 Page 13 Samson opponent pleased with national tourney visit News By RALPH ANSAMI Globe Staff Writer FRANKLIN Like the Gogebic Community College the Emmanuel Junior College basketball team has come a long way to advance to the National Junior Colleges final located in Franklin won three games in the tough threeday Georgia Junior College Athletic Association tour nament to advance to the national Coach Jim Ganey said its the first time Emmanuel has qualified for the His team has that in common with coach Deke Routheauxs and square off Wednesday at noon at the Sports Arena in the Ifiteam Ganeys which reportedly has some of the most talented athletes in the has really come a long way in the past few he Emmanuel defeated Abraham Baldwin College to earn the national The two teams in the Georgia championship were not supposed to be We both pulled upsets to get that Ganey Ganey has four sophomore star Larry Virgil Rueben Jackson and Elliott He said no one on the squad is taller than Hambrick is a 62 guard who is a specialist at threepoint He canned four threepointers to pull out one tourney Beal is a 65 inside We split between a mantoman and zone We sort of feel our way around out Ganey He said his team scores about 83 points a while giving up Most of our games have been real close all year Ganey Emmanuel has played Georgia teams throughout the except for a few games against South Carolina The college has only about 500 students and most of the players are recruited This will be brand new for Itll be an honor to go to the national tournament and Im going to let the kids enjoy Ganey Franklin Springs is located about 100 miles from Atlanta in the nor theast corner of the The towns population is only about Ganey The way Ganey tells there wont be much crowd support at Hutchinson for his Were in the middle of exams now and when we play itll be spring Most of the students will be on the he as Routheaux it doesnt take many students to form a basketball Routheaux said he is anticipating opponents that can run and get up and down the The key will be to keep them off the Routheaux said he expects Em manuel to go about seven or eight players The Samsons will leave Sunday for They are scheduled to arrive in Hutchinson on Monday and will practice at 2 at the Sports On the Samsons will participate in a banquet involving all of the teams and The Wednesday noon game is scheduled to be broadcast locally by WJMS Routheaux Rapist receives life sentence AP A man convicted of kidnapping and trying to rape a gas station attendant has been sentenced to life Circuit Judge Dean Shipman in Escanaba on Wednesday sentenced William to life in prison with the possibility of parole on the kidnapping Leach was handed a separate 25to 40year sentence for the at tempted rape He was convicted in connection with the 8 abduction of a 20yearold gas station clerk in The woman escaped and telephoned police for Hospital may face layoffs Gogebic Samson coach Deke Routheaux checks Sherman Campbells form at the free throw line during a workout at the Our Lady of Peace Catholic School The Samsons have gained a berth in the national junior college tournament at Hut Gerard Daily Globe AP Financial problems could force layoffs at Francis ad ministrator Robert Clark Clark on Thursday blamed the crunch on shortfalls in Medicaid and Medicare funding and a move toward more outpatient He said hospital administrators hope to have a plan to deal with the money problems by Marquette General Hospitals approved expansion has nixed similar plans for the smaller Escanaba Francis has withdrawn its request to the Michigan Department of Mental Health for approval of 50 new psychiatric and substance abuse The beds would have served five southeastern Upper Peninsula Hospital marketing director Jeff Higbie said there was no point in seeking the new hospital beds after Marquette General received per mission to add another 30 similar Marquette has eliminated our ability to serve people in the Higbie said Francis had first requested approval for the psychiatric beds in December The state denied the request and Francis filed an Judge orders parties to settle netting dispute TRAVERSE AP A federal judge has ordered Michigan officials and three Native American tribes to settle their continued dif ferences over gill net fishing in the Great The Department of Natural Resources contends that the tribes have yet to convert to trap net fishing under a previous Tribal leaders claim the state has failed to provide the promised aid in con verting fishing District Judge Richard Enslen in Kalamazoo last week ordered the state Department of Natural Resources to meet with tribal leaders March Enslen appointed Francis McGovern to mediate the McGovern negotiated the original agreement on tribal fishing rights on Lakes Michigan and The DNR contends the tribes have failed to switch to trap net fishing in two tribal fishing areas in East Grand Traverse The Grand Traverse Band of Ot tawa and Chippewa the Bay Mills Indian Community and the Sault Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians are named in the DNR The tribes contend they repeatedly have asked for delays to the agreement because the state hasnt lived up to its Trap nets allow as many as 90 percent of the captured fish to be released while gill nets kill all fish caught in the Conservationists argued that gill net fishing was hurting the lakes trout rehabilitation OES Chapter resumes meetings The Aurora Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will resume regular meetings at at the Ironwood Masonic The meeting will be preceded by a potluck Samson basketball players receive instructions from Gogebic Community College coach Deke Routheaux at a morning practice at the Our Lady of Peace Catholic School On hand from left First row Ross Solberg and Eddy Pettis second row Marcus Jim Mike Dan Sherman Scott Rod Wiggins and Jacob Woman gunned down in Wisconsin mall Calendar AP A gunman walked into a suburban Milwaukee department store shot a woman to death and then waited at the scene until police arrested authorities The man was taken into custody without incident at the Sears store at the Bayshore police It is believed the man knew the police Detective James Dandoy of the Glendale Police Department said the shooting occurred Friday afternoon in the back room of the stores photo which is in the corner of the girls clothing Several including some were in that section of the store when the shots were but to the best of our knowledge no one else was in Dandoy Police recovered a revolver from the described as a Milwaukee man in his Dandoy The man gave no reason for the he The victim was transported by helicopter to Milwaukee County Medical Complex where she was pronounced dead at hospital spokeswoman Pamela Hansen Hansen said the victim sustained five gunshot wounds to the Dennis operations manager for said the victim was not a Sears employee but worked for the photography which operated as a vendor at the Police sealed off the girls clothing department and the only sign of the shooting was a group of officers milling around racks of brightly colored A Sears who said her bosses asked that she not give her said she was working in a department adjacent to the site where the shooting occurred and did not hear the I had just come into work and my partner was talking with somebody and then there was a lot of she There was a man saying that a photographer had been The woman said she did not know the Hours after the shoppers walked through the store as if nothing had although several passersby stopped to stare at the We were coming to get our pic We didnt think anything like this could happen in Holder Monday Gogebic County Road 3 road commission Ironwood Township Board of community Gogebic County Forestry Comf GogebicIron Airport at the Iron County Highway Highway Town Board of Community Bessemer Township town Law would 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