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Oxford Text Archive Text 159 : American News Stories ================================= Consists of two files of news stories extracted from the Associated Press network during December 1979, totalling approximately 250,000 words (2.5 Mb) The text was deposited by Dr G. Akers in 1979; its origins and encoding are unknown. The material following this note appears to index the actual stories, which are held in two files APNEWS1 and APNEWS2 No editing or proof-reading has been carried out on the files, but they appear to be substantially accurate and consistent. LB Jan 88 =========================================================================== 2 *** m0420 *** r s *** LANOTE *** 12-13 0531E 5 *** p4630 *** d a *** FireDeath *** 12-13 0535E 7 *** e0480 *** d n *** VtWhey *** 12-13 0536E 8 *** p4640 *** d a *** ConnDeathPenalty *** 12-13 0536E 10 *** p4660 *** d a *** Coors *** . . .
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*** a5010 *** r a *** PM-TommyYetta'sTrumpet Bjt 1stLd-Writethru 12-13 0608 *** m0420 *** r s *** LANOTE 12-13 0306 An attorney for middleweight boxer Marvin Hagler is client ``may file suit in federal court'' if he is not given an immediate rematch with champion Vito Antuofermo. Hagler and Antuofermo fought to a draw last month in Las Vegas, and the champ said following the fight that he would give the Brockton challenger a rematch. But a spokesman for New York-based promoter Bob Arum said Britain's Alan Minter is the World Boxing Council's No. 1 contender, and it was agreed before the Nov. 30 Antuofermo-Hagler bout that Minter would get a shot at the winner. Steve Wainwright, Hagler's attorney, said if both the WBC and the rival World Boxing Association sanction the Minter fight, he may go to court to block it. ``Before we take any legal steps, I want to discuss the matter with WBA and WBC officials,'' Wainwright said. ``Our position is that the . . .
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*** e0690 *** d s *** PM-OlympicBobsleds NYS 12-17 0318 *** a4900 *** d a *** PM-NationalOverView 12-17 0542 *** m0610 *** u n *** BC-Neuhausser 12-17 0165 *** g4240 *** r n *** PM-Mass.Briefs 450-600 12-17 0447 *** p4730 *** d a *** PM-NationalOverView 12-17 0542 Before the hole, there wasn't much to be excited about in Monroe. Mostly, it was just known as the third-largest town in Sevier County. But the hole is about to steam up the residents. It's the core of the first city-run geothermal heating system in the nation and it lies smack in the middle of central Utah's coal fields. The geothermal well on a hillside east of town will enable many of Monroe's 2,000 residents to stop shoveling coal next winter and enjoy the benefits of the city-owned-and-operated project. ``It's something to be excited about. It's exhilarating. The potential is mindboggling,'' said Mayor Duane Nay. The federal Department of Energy has sunk $900,000 into the . . .
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