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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, December 20, 1980, Page 15, Image 15

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SAT.. CECEUBCR 29. 1939 THE CAROLINA TIMES -li For News Service Dial 682-2913 FOR SIZE B70-13 J V t PLUS COS F.E.T. - 4-f DoltodTA70 Two fiberglass belts for steering and good handling Wide profile for road holding and appeardnce Deep fread for good mileage and helps prevent hydroplaning Size Our Price I F .61 B70-13 I $3LM ' 2J 170-14 WWO Ml F70-14 $48.70 2.S6 070-14 S4L30 2J2 070-15 S49L30 2.78 H70-1S W4J 341 MU-TREAD TIRE CO. 601 Foster St. Ph. 682-5795 7:45 to 5:30 Monday thru Friday 3 Ways to Charge: Revolving Charge, Master Charge, and VISA iiatioual diving accideut Albany State College Rams NiTwbiiK set up at duke Regain Championship Cage Title Help with treatment of .scuba diving accidents anywhere in the United States is now available 24 hours a day by dialing 1-9 19-684-8 til and asking for "DAN." ? DAN stands for the United States National Diving Accident Network, a new source of aid for the more than two million recreational scuba divers in the nation. The network is a project of the F.G. Hall Laboratory for En vironmental Sciences of the Duke University Medical Center, which is administering DAN under an initial two year $270,000 grant from the National Oceanic and At mospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. "We hope our two years of work with the Diving Accident Network will lead to a permanent service of this type," said Dr. Peter Bennett, Hall Laboratory , director. "There are at least two to four million sport, scien tific and commercial divers now and some 250,000 more are being trained each year. So there is a terrific need for a source of immediate and reliable consultation and treatment for diving ac cidents." Arterial gas embolisms and decompression sickness are the two most frequent serious scuba related accidents. Em bolisms are blockages due rags 1193. 6 M.I.C. 12 MONTH20,000 MILES muil5 MECHANICAL BREAKDOWN COVERAGE AVAILABLE fe'i"." 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Decompression sickness is the painful syndrome of joint pains (the bends), chest pains and shortness of breath, numbness, paralysis and other symp toms resulting from sur facing too rapidly from a dive. Both conditions can be fatal. "These and other in juries are relatively rare in trie experience of many physicians," Bennett said. "Because the Injuries re quire quick, specific ac tion, there is a real need for one place to be-identified which people can call for immediate advice and help." Here's how DAN works: Anyone needing emergency help in a scuba related accident calls 1-919-684-8H1 (collect if need be) and specifically asks for the Diving Acci dent Network. The caller is then connected to one of the trained, experienced Duke physicians on call 24 hours a day under the direction. of Dr. J. Miller, associate professor of anesthesiology. The physician at Duke gets the information on the accident and either directly advises the caller or tells him or her how to get in touch with the nearest regional coor dinator of the seven regions in the network. In addition to the F.G. Hall Laboratory, which also serves the southeastern region of the country, DAN serves six other regions with regional coordinators in the states of Pennsylvania, Wiscon sin, Louisiana, Washington, California and Hawaii. Each has recompression chamber facilities operated by trained technicians and a trained physician in diving medicine on call around the clock. The Duke- physician determines" if the region nearest the victim has the equipment and staff to handle the case. If not, the center staff connects the ALBANY, GA. The Albany State College Rams regained their championship title last week by defeating Savan nah State 69-66 in the finals of the eleventh An nual Miller-Southwest In vitational Basketball Tournament. An estimated record crowd of 5,500 avid basketball fans were in attendance for the two-day event, played in Sanford Gymnasium on the campus of tournament host Albany State College. Savannah State buried outmanned Edward Waters in the opening contest of the first round 80-68, behind the Strong inside play of forward Teddy Riley and center Milt Sexton. After battl- diver to the next nearest region. Regional coor dinators can then assist with arrangements for airplane or other transpor tation for the victim and necessary recompression treatment. "After treatment has been given," Bennett said, "the regional coor dinator's office sends us a complete record of the case. We feed this into our computer files and the data are available for much needed epidemiological analysis. In this way we will serve as a major source for infor mation on the location, frequency, diagnosis and treatment of diving ac cidents in this country." DAN is being publicized by information posters placed in the diver magazines, dive clubs, hospital emergency rooms throughout the U.S. and by cards and signs distributed to divers, dive clubs, dive boats and shops. Ambulance crews will be contacted, too. Other work being done includes maintaining a list of every recompression chamber and its opera tional capability in the country, as well as compil ing and making available current information on air ambulance services for in- jured scuba divers. ing to a 34-34 tie at the half, Savannah State put the contest away early in the final period by scoring eight unanswered points to go ahead 48-39 with J 4:20 left. Riley and Sex ton finished with 22 points apiece for the Tigers. Morris Toomer collected 24 points for Edward Waters, who played without leading .scrorer and rebounder Joel Chiles. Albany State advanced to the finals by seeking out a 88-83 win over Fort Valley State. The Rams coasted to a 47-37 half time lead and boosted it to eleven points 74-63 midway through the final period. But Fort Valley mounted a rally which cut the Rams lead to 79-77 with 4:30 left in the game. The Rams responded with some timely scores by Mark Jackson, Rufus Whitlock and Curtis Henry to starve the Wildcats' charge. Curtis Henry, later chosen the tournament's Most Valuable Player, drilled in 26 points, mostly on long baseline jumpers, to lead the ASC attack. Whitlock followed with a 15-point, 15-rebound ef fort. Jerry Harris led the loosers with 29 points. In claiming their ninth tournament title in eleven years, Albany State had to overcome a 40-29 half time deficit in Saturday night's final contest. The Tigers dominated the first half, in a re-match of last year's title finalist as ASC shot an icy 35o from the field. But the Ram marksman ship improved in the se cond half behind the out side shooting of freshman guard Earvin Smith, and reversed a ten point disad vantage (48-38) into a 60-54 lead, late in the se cond half. ASC held on following a frantic finish to recapture the tourna ment crown. "The fellows rose to the occasion, summed head coach Oliver Jones. Earlier Jones had said that "two times was enough to lose the tournament," Again, the Ram coach, now in his eighth season was right. Earvin Smith had a game high of twenty points for Albany State and joned Curtis Henry (MVP) on the All Tournament team. Mike Stock's eighteen points were high for Savannah State. Other selections to this year's All-Tournament team were Jerry Harris of Fort Valley, Irving Cov ington of Edward Waters, and Milt Sexton of Savan nah State. In the Consolation game, Fort Valley defeated' Edward Waters College 88-82 in overtime. Jerry Harris tallied 24 points for Fort Valley while Irving Covington (27 pts.) and Joel Chiles (25 pts.) paced Edwards Waters. The tournament, formerly known as the Southwest Georgia Invita tional Tournament prior to the Miller Brewing Company's joint sponsor ship with Albany State College, enjoyed what many of its organizers believe was its most suc cessful year ever. "We are very ap preciative of Miller Brew ing Company's participa tion in the SOWEGA Tournament" cited Albany State Athletic Director and Tournament Director, Dr. Wilburn A. Campbell, and "we are also confident that this relationship will continue, and in the future, expand the success of this annual athletic event." Tournament officials are already anticipating an expansion from four to eight teams in the upcom ing years, for the basket ball classic which has previewed some of the top roundball talent in this area. 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