1983 Sun Bowl and André du Laurens

Date December 24, 1983 Season 1983 Stadium Sun Bowl Stadium Location El Paso, Texas MVP Walter Lewis, Alabama QB Attendance 41,412 United States TV coverage Network CBS Announcers: Gary Bender Pat Haden Sun Bowl

The 1983 Sun Bowl, part of the 1983 bowl game season, took place on December 24, 1983, at the Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso, Texas. The competing teams were the Alabama Crimson Tide, representing the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and the SMU Mustangs of the Southwest Conference (SWC). Alabama was victorious in by a final score of 28–7.

Contents 1 Teams 1.1 Alabama 1.2 SMU 2 Game summary 3 Scoring summary 4 References

Teams Alabama See also: 1983 Alabama Crimson Tide football team

The 1983 Alabama squad finished the regular season with a 7–4 record and losses against Penn State, Tennessee, Boston College and Auburn. Following their loss against Boston College, university officials announced they accepted an invitation to play in the Sun Bowl. The appearance marked the first for Alabama in the Sun Bowl, and their 27th overall bowl game appearance. SMU See also: 1983 SMU Mustangs football team

The 1983 SMU squad finished the regular season with a record of 10–1 and as SWC runner-up with their only loss coming against Texas. The appearance in the Sun Bowl marked the second for SMU in the game, and their 10th overall bowl game appearance. Game summary

Coming into the 50th annual Sun Bowl, the Mustangs were heavily favored over the Crimson Tide. Alabama dominated play in the first half and took a 28–0 lead into halftime. The Crimson Tide scored touchdowns in the first quarter on a pair of Ricky Moore runs from one and eleven yards respectively. In the second quarter, Bama scored touchdowns on a one-yard Walter Lewis run and on a 19-yard Lewis pass to Joey Jones. In the second half, both defenses were dominant with the only points coming on a 15-yard Lance McIlhenny touchdown pass to Marquis Pleasant in the third to bring the final score to its 28–7 margin. Entering the game, the Mustangs had only allowed four touchdowns all season only to see the Tide score three on the ground in the first half and outgain the Mustangs in total offense 303 to 105 yards. For his performance, Alabama quarterback Walter Lewis was named the Sun Bowl MVP. Scoring summary

André du Laurens and 1983 Sun Bowl

André du Laurens

André du Laurens (December 9, 1558 – August 6, 1609), was a French physician.

Contents 1 Biography 2 Bibliography 2.1 Selection 2.2 Complete works 3 References 4 External links


Du Laurens was born in Tarascon and was rector of the medical school at Montpellier. He was physician to King Henry IV.

His 1594 book comprising four "discourses"—first written in French, not Latin—was an early attempt at scientific communication. It was translated into English by Richard Surphlet in 1599.

His Historia anatomica underwent many editions. Bibliography Selection Admonitio ad Simonem Petræum (1593) Discours de la conservation de la veuë: des maladies melancoliques: des catarrhes, & de la vieillesse (1594) 1598 and 1600 editions on Gallica; Radu Suciu's edition with an extensive critical apparatus (2012) A discourse of the preservation of the sight of melancholike diseases of rheumes and of old age by Andre DuLaurens, translated by Richard Surphlet (1599)—The eyehistory.wordpress.com digitization includes only the first discourse. Apologia pro Galeno et impugnatio novæ ac falsæ demonstrationis de communione vasorum cordis in foetu (1595) De crisibus libri tres (1596) Historia anatomica humani corporis. Paris (1600) 1602 edition on Google Books L’histoire anatomique en laquelle toutes les parties du corps humain sont amplement déclarées enrichie de controverses et observations nouvelles, translated by Francois Size. Paris: Jean Bertault (1610) Historia anatomica: controuersiis, obseruationibus et posterioribus curis authoris adornata (1650)—With additions by Lazare Meyssonnier. Complete works Toutes les œuvres de Me André Du Laurens, sieur de Ferrières. Paris, 1621 on Google Books (French)—Translation by Théophile Gelée, at least partly revised by the author. Patin, Gui, ed., Opera omnia, partim iam antea excusa, partim nondum edita, nunc simil collecta, & ad infinitis mendis repurgata at Google Books (1628) (Latin)—Complete revised works, some not published before.
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