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Coming up on News 7-
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Results of today's vote by union workers at Dan River.
19- people are killed when a Marine aircraft crashes in Arizona.
And-- a local antique appraiser who's appeared on national T-V puts his skills to the test in Blacksburg.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.
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[SOT 15:29:36]
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((PEOPLE REALIZE IF WE DON'T TAKE IT WE LOSE OUR JOBS.))
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[OUT Q=lose our jobs.]
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[VO-NAT]


Union employees at Dan River Mills vote on proposed changes to their current contract.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



[Dan-River]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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The employees voted today to reject the company's proposals.
The offer came following four days of negotiatons between the union and Dan River.
Surae Chinn has more.
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[IN Q=Vote no]
[SUPER=01-Reginald Mclaughin/Union Worker; :10]
[SUPER=01-Christopher VanNordan/Union Worker; :28]
[SUPER=@Surae1; :34]
[SUPER=01-Michael Kendrick/Union Worker; :48]
[SUPER=01-Donald Cash/Union Leader; 1:03]
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(((natbreak: 15:32:11 "vote no")
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Many union employees walked out angry and disappointed at their own union and Dan River Incorporated.
[SOT 15:34:13]

((REGINALD MCLAUGHIN/UNION WORKER: THEY SHOULDN'T HAVE TO OPEN UP OUR CONTRACT AND WE SHOULDN'T HAVE TO VOTE. THE UNION SHOULD HAVE TOLD THEM NO.))
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Workers did send the message to reject the company's offer. The proposed change would force some employees to work more hours and cut down on overtime pay.
Christopher Vannorden says he didn't like those options.
[SOT 15:28:52]

((CHRISTOPHER VANNORDEN/UNION WORKER: IN AROUND ABOUT WAY WE WERE TOLD IF WE DON'T GIVE IN WE'LL LOSE OUR JOBS.))
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[SOT: 15:48:37]

((SURAE CHINN/REPORTING: UNION EMPLOYEES VOTED AGAINST THE COMPANY'S OFFER TO RENOGOTIATE THE CURRENT CONTRACT. THEIR MAIN CONCERN? GIVING DAN RIVER MILLS THE OPTION OF REQUIRING SOME EMPLOYEES TO WORK 7 STRAIGHT 12 HOUR DAYS.))
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[SOT 15:36:00]

((MICHAEL KENDRICK/UNION WORKER:I'M GOING TO BE WORKING MORE TIME FOR LESS MONEY THAT'S THE WAY I LOOK AT IT.))
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Union leader Donald Cash says the vote was a chance to respond to the company's desires to expand the home fashions division, a more successful part of the plant, in Danville.
[SOT 15:43:45]

((DONALD CASH/UNION LEADER: APPARENTLY THE VOTE SHOWS AT THE EXPENSE OF A 12 HOURS DAY THEY DON'T WANT THE EXPANSION IN DANVILLE.))
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Now Dan River Mills must decide, despite the vote down, if they will go ahead and expand and keep more jobs in Danville. The company would not comment on the vote until Monday. Surae Chinn News 7, Danville.))
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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There is still 21 months left until the current contract expires. For now that contract stays in effect.


[Textile-Budget]


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Governor Jim Gilmore has a midnight deadline to act on legislation passed by the two-thousand General Assembly.
In what's sure to be a new battleground over the fate of the laid off textile workers, the Governor's amended the Assembly's work.
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Lawmakers wrote seven million dollars into the budget for emergency health insurance benefits for laid off workers in Martinsville and Henry County.
Gilmore has taken that money and created what he calls the Economic Crisis Recovery Grant program.
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Eight more localities would now qualify and could use their portion of the funds for any unemployment relief they choose.



[Danville-Pastor]


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A Danville pastor acccused of sexual misconduct with a child has resigned.
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[VO-NAT]


James Preston Tyndall (TIN-dall) resigned as pastor of Stokesland Baptist Church on Friday.
He's accused of taking indecent liberties with a North Carolina girl in 1994 and 1995 when she was 8 years old.
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Church Deacon Bruce Hutcheson says Tyndall admitted his conduct with the girl was inappropriate.
Tyndall is free on bond.
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[Fugitives]


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Both suspects involved in last week's standoff in Wythe County are now behind bars. [TAKE PINNICAL]
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Dennis Lewis was released from an area hospital today.
Angela Tanner was released yesterday.
Both are being held at the New River Valley Regional Jail.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Wythe Co./Thursday;]


The pair had apparently consumed large amounts of Valium during the standoff.
They surrendered Thursday night following a crime spree that started in Tennessee and ended in Wythe County.
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A beautiful but cold one outside today. Let's talk to Andrew Freiden in the weather center.[WX1] [11:00pm] [04/09/2000] WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Marine-Conviction]


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A Marine captain will NOT go to prison after being convicted in the heat related death of a reservist.
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Captain Victor (Uh-rah-nuh) Arana was given a reprimand and ordered to forfeit 36-hundred dollars in future pay by a military judge today.
Arana was charged in the death of Lance Corporal Giuseppe (leh-toh) Leto during a grueling July night march in 80 degree heat.
The Marine Captain had faced nine months in prison and dismissal from the Marines.
Arana asked for forgiveness today from Leto's family and his fellow Marines.
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[Plane-Crash]


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A Marine staff sergeant from Virginia was among the 19- victims killed last night when a military plane crashed in Arizona.
30- year old William Nelson was a satellite communications specialist from Richmond.
Terisa Estacio has more.
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[SUPER=01-Terisa Estacio/Reporting;1:10]
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((This is all that is left of the MV-22 Osprey. Just charred earth where the military aircraft crashed into the Arizona desert just west of Tucson Saturday night. All four crewmembers and 15 passenger on board were killed. Witnesses say they heard a horrible noise, then a plume of white smoke.

SOT Witness:

we heard a couple of booms then, smoke. It seemed to me that when the fire department put water on the helicopter all you could see was a white smoke. But it seemed to be raging over there."
The Osprey aircraft is both a turboprop plane, but can take off and land like a helicopter. A military spokesman says the crash occurred during a training exercise. It was one of two Ospreys involved simulating the evacuation of civilians. But few other details of the mission are being released right now.

(Sot Marine Lt Mark Carter/Marine Spokesman)


This is not the first crash involving an Osprey. Built by Bell helicopter and Boeing, it is commonly referred to as a new generation of planes. Military officials say the Marines plan on using the aircraft to replace most of their transport fleet. But the aircraft has had it share of problems. In 1991, an Osprey crashed in Delaware, and another in 1992 left seven people dead. The military has ordered 360 Ospreys to be delivered by 2014 at a cost of 44 million each.
Terisa Estacio, CBS News.))



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State police say black ice is to blame for two related crashes on I-81 overnight.
In the first accident - the driver of a pickup lost control on the bridge over Riner Road in Montgomery County, near mile marker 114.
The driver wasn't seriously injured.
But then an oncoming car lost control in the same area - and slammed into the wrecker hauling off the pickup.
There were four people in that car.
18 year-old Jessica Underwood of Draper is in critical condition.
Daniel McGlothlin has been upgraded to stable condition.
Both are at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The driver and another passenger escaped serious injury.


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Still ahead on News 7, find out why Senator Chuck Robb took aim, this weekend, at his Republican opponent.
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And the men who rescued Elian Gonzalez at sea ask the boy's father to let him stay in the U-S. The story coming up.
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[Robbery]


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Martinsville authorities are still looking for the masked suspect who reportedly robbed a man overnight.
Authorities say the victim is a pizza delivery driver who was making a deposit at the B-B-and-T Bank on Church Street.
A man who reportedly had a handgun, did not point it at the victim, but demanded the cash then fled.
The suspect was wearing a black coat and black pants.
No one was injured.



[Elian]


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Plans are moving ahead to reunite Elian Gonzalez and his father.
Meanwhile-- vigils continue in Miami and outside Washington in hopes of keeping the little boy in the U-S.
Lee Cowan has more.
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(( The fishermen who saved Elian Gonzalez's life ... are now trying to help save a family ... torn apart by the boy's tragic ordeal. On Sunday, the two men met with Elian's father, Juan Miguel Gonzalez -- hoping he would agree to sit down and talk to his Miami relatives. Relatives who have cared for Elian since his rescue at sea last November.

((sot: Sam Ciancio/Rescued Elian))

"I really would have liked to come out of that meeting that he would have agreed to go meet with the family in a neutral place ... does not want to do that."
One of Elian's rescuers said he felt Gonzalez was not being allowed to speak freely.

((sot: Donato Dalrymple/Rescued Elian))

"I don't feel that this man is being manipulated totally, but he is being controlled how conversations will or will not take place."
But a lawyer representing Juan Gonzelez says his client makes his own desicions.

((sot: Gregory Craig/Lawyer for Juan Gonzalez))


((nats))
As Gonzalez waits for word on Elian at the home of a Cuban diplomat just outside Washington, Attorney General Janet Reno is moving ahead with plans to reunite father and son.

((sot: Janet Reno/Attorney General)) - 09:12:16

"We move forward with expectations that people are going to comply with the law and that we're going to try to resolve this and return the boy to his father in the most constructive way possible.
Justice officials have asked the Miami family to meet with three psychiatric experts on Monday ... in an effort to ease the transfer of custody. But the relatives have their misgivings.

((sot: Linda Osberg/Lawyer for Miami family))

"They plan on actually reviewing the case without ever meeting with Elian. And that's where the frustration lies with the family. his best interests are not being taken into consideration at all."
Meanwhile, protestors in Miami's Little Havana, continue to surround Elian's house ... praying for the boy to stay here, but realizing their prayers may not be answered this time.
In Washington, Lee Cowan, CBS News ))

[Robb-Education]


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Democratic Senator Chuck Robb took aim this weekend at former Governor and Republican opponent George Allen.
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Robb says Allen's recent announcement of a 345-Billion dollar education proposal is a mere election-year conversion.
Yesterday Robb spoke before the Virginia Education Association and ripped Allen's education record.
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Robb also criticized the Standards of Learning tests... saying they force teachers to teach the test.
The SOLs were a centerpiece of Allen's record as governor.
An Allen spokesman is calling Robb's comments ludicrous.


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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Do you have a treasure buried away in the attic? It could be worth thousands.
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Coming up see what dozens of local folks uncovered -- hoping this well known appraiser would tell them their item is worth big bucks.
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[Antique-Appraise]


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He was recently on Oprah, and he's a regular on the P-B-S hit, "The Antique Road Show."
Today Pulaski native Ken Farmer put his skills to work locally... taking part in Antique Appraisal Day in Blacksburg.
Joy Sutton has more.
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((NAT SOT: IT'S A REALLY GOOD PIECE... so you say 2500, WELL YEAH))
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Ken Farmer's fans lined up behind his table -- each waiting to hear how much their antique item was worth --and to meet the man who is known nationwide as an appraiser on the Antique Road Show on P-B-S.
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[IN Q=I think the PBS]

((KEN FARMER: I THINK THE PBS AND OPRAH THING, I CONSIDER THAT A FOUND TREASURE. IT'S LIKE WHAT IS THIS GUY WHO GREW UP IN PULASKI, VIRGINIA AND IS HALF A HILL BILLY DOING ON NATIONAL TELEVISION))
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Farmer was just one of several appraisers participating in the 2nd annual Antique Appraisal Day. Folks wanting an item appraised paid 10 dollars per piece.
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((NAT SOT: THE LEOPARD HEAD THAT'S A HALL MARK, THAT NOTES VICTORIAN PERIOD))
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Farmer, who owns an auction house in Radford, says every object is different -- and that's what makes this job so exciting -- not to mention letting people know how valuable their piece of history is.
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[SOT4:10:04]
[IN Q=To me it's our job]

((KEN FARMER: TO ME IT'S OUR JOB TO PRESERVE AS MUCH AS WE CAN FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS))
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Carl and Linda Pfeiffer brought in a book written in Latin from the 1500's -- and a civil war sword.
The sword was valued at around 15-hundred dollars -- Farmer wasn't too sure about the book -- but told the couple it was a unique item.
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[IN Q=We enjoy having them]

((LINDA PFEIFFER: WE ENJOY HAVING THEM AND OUR KIDS ARE OLD ENOUGH TO APPRECIATE THEM. IT'S JUST AN INTERESTING HOBBY))

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Nancy Smith brought in a piece of colonial silver -- that was valued between 10 and 50 thousand dollars.
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[IN Q=It's just been handed down]

((NANCY SMITH: IT HAS JUST BEEN HANDED DOWN FOR SEVEN GENERATIONS AND MY OWN THREE GRAND CHILDREN WERE CHRISTENED WITH THIS BOWL))
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[IN Q=All of the proceeds]

(( JOY SUTTON/REPORTER: ALL OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT WILL GO TO BENEFIT THE HISTORIC SMITHFIELD PLANTATION HOUSE BUILT IN 1773. WHICH IS NOW A MUSEUM AND A LIVING DOCUMENT OF HISTORY. THE LAST HOME OF COLONEL WILLIAM PRESTON, A FRONTIER LEADER, AND NOTED SURVEYOR WHO FOSTERED THE SETTLEMENT OF WESTERN LANDS. JOY SUTTON, NEWS 7, BLACKSBURG))
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For the first time in NASCAR history, a season has opened with 8 different winners. Mike Stevens tells us how a man named Martin managed to hit the Mark at Martinsville.
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Ward Burton was 11th, Dale Earnhardt Jr - 26th, the Wood Brothers 29th and Stacy Compton 39th. And don't forget the Trucks race at Martinsville tomorrow morning at 11.

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In the second round he fought off high winds and today, Vijay Singh held off all challengers to win the Masters his second major and his first Green Jacket.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Augusta, GA/CBS SPORTS; :]


The conditions were ideal today at the Augusta National Golf Club.
Singh started the day with the lead and he would finish the front nine in 34 for a 2 shot lead.
And then 1 by 1 the challengers would fall David Duval bogeyed the 18-th hole to finish at 6 under after shooting a 70, he tied for fourth place.
Then Singh would go out in style. He makes the birdie putt at 18 finishing with a 69 for a score of 278 10 under par and a 3 shot win over Ernie Els who finished in second place at 7 under.
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[IN Q="I knew...]

((VIJAY SINGH/2000 MASTERS CHAMPION: I WAS SO FOCUSED ON WHAT I WAS DOING I THINK THE KEY WAS WHEN I HIT THAT SECOND SHOT ON 18. I DIDN'T WANT TO MAKE A BOGEYAND THE ONLY WAY I WAS GOING TO LOSE WAS IF DAVID MADE A BIRDIE AND I MADE A BOGEY. BUT ONCE I MADE THE GREEN I NEW I COULD 2 PUTT FROM DOWN THERE, SO."))
[SUPER=01-Vijay Singh/2000 Masters Champion; :]
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[OUT Q=.....there, so."]
[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Loren Roberts shared third place with Duval and Tiger Woods finished fifth at 4 under par.





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Bobby Bonilla drove in three runs today as Atlanta beat San Francisco 9 to 3.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/WTBS; :]


Andres Galarraga gets the day off.
The Giants took the lead in the top of the third Jeff Kent hits a pop fly single to right centerfield Russ Davis rounds the bases and scores to make it 2 to 1 San Francisco.
[SUPER=35-Atlanta/9/San Francisco/3/;]


Then in the bottom of the fifth Bonilla gets all of this pitch sending it over the right field wall for a solo home run and the Braves win it 9 to 3.
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[S-Scores]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Cincinnati, OH/WGN; :]


The Cubs were in Cincinnati taking on the Reds.
Ken Griffey Junior finally got his first homer in Cinninnati this two run shot started a comeback from a six run deficit and the Reds go on to beat the Cubs 8 to 7 in 11 innings.
And here are today's major league scores.
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[S-NBA]


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The Charlotte Hornets have a spot in the N-B-A playoffs thanks to a 96 to 80 win over the Indiana Pacers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC/NBC SPORTS; :]


Charlotte's Anthony Mason waiting for the start of the game.
And the Hornets get it to Mason who takes it to the hoop for the score and foul. The three point play made it 52 to 34 Charlotte.
The Hornets come right back this time Baron Davis passes to Elden Campbell for the jam.
[SUPER=32-Charlotte/96/Indiana/80/;]


Indiana's Reggie Miller hits the three pointer from the corner but the Hornets hold on for the 96 to 80 win.
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[S-NHL]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
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Tthe Buffalo Sabres clinched the last N-H-L playoff berth today ending the season for the Carolina Panthers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/MSG; :]


In New York, The Flyers clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
Philadelphia's Daymond Langkow breaks at center ice and slides the puck past the Rangers goalie for the score and a 2 to nothing lead.
[SUPER=34-Philadelphia/4/N.Y. Rangers/1/;]


Rob Dimaio scores his first goal as a Ranger on the wrist shot but Philly wins 4 to 1.
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[Egg-Hunt]


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Easter is just a hop, skip and a jump away... but why should bunnies get to have all the fun?
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Some pet owners in Oklahoma thought it was about time for the holiday to go to the dogs ... so they held an early Easter celebration for the canines.
The Easter bunny left plenty of pooch-preferred treats and "Top Dog" honors went to the dog who gathered the most eggs.
And all in all, it was a doggone good time.
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