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Coming up on News 7-
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Workers at one area company vote NO to a contract- and may go on strike.
Rats as food on popular show- That sparks protest today.
And Prince Williams private life goes public. Find out why.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus a chicken recall-
and more rain for the weekend.
News 7 is next.

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[VO-NAT]


The threat of a strike looms over Giles County's largest employeer.
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon[Celanese]


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Celanese union employees voted down the company's contract offer.
And they say if the company doesn't come back with a better contract they are prepared to strike.
[Double Boxes=Jean and Joy/Newsroom]


Joy Sutton has been following the vote and has more on where things stand at this point.
[Live=joy Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@joy1;]


Jean,
The current contract expires Monday at 11 p-m.
The company presented its new contract May 12th -- and since then there have been no negotiations.
But the union vote tonight may very well bring the company to the bargaining table.
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[IN Q=Unless we hear]
[SUPER=01-Jimmy Mullins/Union President;00]
[SUPER=03-Giles Co.;13]
[SUPER=01-Gary Thorton/Celanese Employee;40]
[SUPER=01-James Albert/Celanese Employee;58]
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((JIMMY MULLINS/UNION PRESIDENT: UNLESS WE HEAR SOMETHING FROM MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE NEXT 3 DAY AT 11PM MONDAY NIGHT WE WILL BE WALKING OUT OF THE PLANT))
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[OUT Q=out of the plant]


Celanese union members overwhelmingly voted down what company called its last best offer.
They say EVERY part of the company's 3 year contract proposal is simply unacceptable.
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[SOT1:51:19]
[IN Q=The wages, the pension]

((JIMMY MULLINS: THE WAGES, THE PENSION, THE RIDICULOUS RATE THAT THEY HAVE MOVED OUR PEOPLE UP TO ON INSURANCE THEY CROSS TRAINING. WE DON'T AGREE WITH ANY OF IT))
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[OUT Q=any of it]


For some of the workers the main issue is mandatory overtime.
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[SOT1:54:26]
[IN Q=They treat us like]

((GARY THORTON/EMPLOYEE: THEY TREAT US LIKE 2ND CLASS PEOPLE. YOU KNOW, YOU STAY OR YOU'RE FIRED THEY DON'T CARE IF YOU'RE CHILDREN HAVE A PLACE TO GO OR IF YOU HAVE SOMEBODY TO TAKE CARE OF THEM))
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[OUT Q=care of them]


And these workers say they won't hesitate to strike -- and they hope the vote sends a message to the company that they won't settle until they get a better contract.
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[SOT1:53:45]
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((JAMES ALBERT/EMPLOYEE: I GUESS IT WILL TAKE A STRIKE TO CHANGE EVERYTHING. TO CHANGE IT TO THE GOOD OF THE PEOPLE))
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[OUT Q=of the people]))
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Union leaders say they're more than will willing to sit and talk with the company and to work out the issues.
We're still waiting to hear from company officials.
[Double Boxes=Jean and Joy/Newsroom]


Jean,
(Question: How many workers might go on strike?)


There are 1250 employees at the plant -- about a thousand are them are unionized workers.


[Rubatex]


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Are they staying or are they going?
Rubatex replacement workers should know their fate on Monday.
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Employees say several replacement workers were laid-off yesterday since Union members voted to return to work.
That vote came last Friday after a nine month strike.
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[TC: 10:32:00 Rubatex 6/16/99]
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((I TALKED TO A REPLACEMENT WORKER AT A RESTAURANT UP HERE AND I ASKED HER IF SHE WAS LAID-OFF AND SHE TOLD ME AT THIS POINT SHE WASN'T.))
[SUPER=01-Ronnie Hickey/Union Employee]
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[OUT Q=she wasn't.]
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[VO-NAT]


Despite the confusion, the company says it will release more information about replacement worker furloughs next week.
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[Missing-Secrets]


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Those missing hard drives from the Los Alamos Nuclear Lab have turned up.
The Energy Department made the announcement today- saying the files were found within the lab's secure area X-Division.
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[VO-NAT]


Bill Richardson says although the hard drives have been visually validated- meaning identified by sight, the official validation of their authenticity is underway.
[SUPER=03-Los Alamos, NM;]


Still unanswered: Did the two hard drives leave the secured area and were they subsequently returned?
Richardson says he'll aggressively pursue the matter and there will be accountability and disciplinary action if warranted.
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[Chicken-Recall]


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Some 400-thousand pounds of chicken is being recalled tonight because it may have glass in it.
The chicken was packaged in 40-pound boxes by Allen Family Foods of Seaford, Delaware.
The boxes of drumsticks, leg quarters, thighs and wings were sold to wholesalers in 11 states, including Virginia.

They should be returned to the place of purchase.

[Tutors]


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Danville's George Washington high school will hold its graduation ceremony tomorrow.
It will be an extra special event for some students.
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Seven seniors who received failing grades in the past will get their diplomas. It's thanks in part to the "Grand Finale Tutoring" program funded by the Kiwanis Club.
The students and tutors were honored today at a luncheon for successfully going through the program.
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((TONYA HAMLETT/STUDENT: MY LAST SIX WEEKS OF GEOMETRY AND GOVERNMENT BECAME REALLY HARD. I NEEDED MORE HELP TO UNDERSTAND. I TALKED TO MY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR ABOUT IT SO HE SIGNED ME UP FOR IT.))
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((STEVEN GOULD/PROGRAM DIRECTOR: I THINK ALL OF US COMING BACK HAVE A STRONG INTEREST ON HOW THE COMMUNITY GROWS AND DEVELOPS. STUDENTS WITH DIPLOMAS ARE SO MUCH MORE VALUABLE TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY.))
[SUPER=01-Tonya Hamlett/Student; :00]
[SUPER=01-Steven Gould/Program Director; :14]
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[OUT Q=to the local economy.]
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The tutoring program is in its fourth year. Delegate Whitt Clement was the guest speaker.

[Co-Fires]


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Cooler weather is helping firefighters battle two wildfires in the Mountains west of Denver.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Near Bailey, CO;]


After three days of hot, windy weather, temperatures fell and clouds blanketed the foothills.
Finally some residents were allowed to go back up the mountain and find out what's left.
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((WE'RE DON'T IF OUR PLACE IS STANDING. WE'RE ANXIOUS TO GET BACK THERE.))
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[OUT Q=we're anxious to get back here.]
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At least 50 families will find little left despite the army of firefighters battling the blazes.
Homes are destroyed, cars scorched and melted and acres of forest are gone.
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[Fire-Drill]


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An empty building served as a classroom this week for Roanoke firefighters.
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[VO-NAT]
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They're training for situations they might confront in a real emergency.
And residents of Gandy Drive had a front row seat for the action.
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((WE'RE DOING SOME TRAINING USING SOME LIVE FIRE EVOLUTIONS, ACTUALLY SETTING FIRES INSIDE THE BUILDINGS, RUNNING THROUGH THE SCENARIOS JUST AS IF WE HAD GOTTEN THE CALL FROM THE GENERAL PUBLIC.))
[SUPER=01-Jeff Beckner/Roanoke Fire-EMS Dept.]
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[OUT Q=from the general public.]
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The 2-thousand block of Gandy Drive has been blocked during the exercise, and the training will continue during the next two weeks.
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[Tease1]
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Still ahead on News 7, get an insiders view of a Royal childhood as Prince William prepares to turn 18.
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[VO-NAT]


And you mave have been disgusted when the ''Survivor'' contestants ate rats, but you probably didn't feel sorry for the rats.
PETA says you should.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((STEVE MASON WITH YOU ON THIS FRIDAY NIGHT SPORTS. THE AVALANCHE LOOKS TO CREEP CLOSER TO A DIVISIONAL TITLE, A LOCAL MINOR LEAGUER IS READY TO MOVE ON FROM THE PRO GAME, THE GOLDEN BEAR HAS MOST LIKELY MOVED ON FROM HIS FINAL U.S. OPEN,
THIS WALLACE IS HARDLY RUSTY BEHIND THE WHEEL AT THE POCONO TRI-OVAL, ALL STARS CLINICS AND HOLLINS ARE TEAMING UP FOR GIRLS HOOPS, VICK'S FORMULA 7 COULD INCLUDE FOOTBALL AS WELL AS BASEBALL, ALL OF THIS IN SPORTS))

[Survivor]


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On the T-V show survivor, people do what they must to survive- This week some of the people ate rats-
As Bobbi Harley reports that's outraged one animal rights group-
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[SUPER=01-RaeLean Smith/PETA Protestor; 29]
[SUPER=01-Bobbi Harley/Reporting; 1:04]
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((NAT SOT - Rats have rights! Rats have rights!

YEP, YOU HEARD IT RIGHT -- THESE PROTESTERS ARE REALLY CHANTING RATS HAVE RIGHTS. THE RALLY - STAGED BY PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS - TARGETED CBS AND THE NETWORKS NEW HIT SHOW SURVIVOR. The baits in there, its getting tugged out by the rat, and the noose goes tight. RaeLeann Smith/PETA: People are outraged at CBSs support of the torture and killing of animals for ratings on its show Survivor. THE LATEST EPISODE FOUND THE CASTAWAYS FIGHTING TO SURVIVE ON THE ISLAND BY TRAPPING, KILLING, COOKING AND YES, EATING RATS. SURVIVOR - You want some? It tastes like..rat. Well, almost like chicken a little bit. PETA SAYS THIS SCENE ESPECIALLY OUTRAGED THEM - THE WOULD-BE SURVIVORS CHASING AND TRYING TO CLUB THE RATS ALONG THE BEACH ONE NIGHT - AN EFFORT THAT WENT WITHOUT TOO MUCH SUCCESS. AS FOR CBS REACTION - THE NETWORK SAYS IT HAS THE HIGHEST REGARD FOR PETA - BUT THAT HUNTING AND FISHING AS A WAY TO SURVIVE HAS BEEN AROUND SINCE THE DAWN OF TIME. BOBBI HARLEY, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

[Judge-Turk]


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Sitting on the bench runs in this man's blood.
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Robert Turk was sworn in as a judge today for the 27th Judicial Circuit at the Montgomery County Courthouse.
He says his love for the law comes from his father-- U-S District Judge James Turk.
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[SOT 1:46:40]
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((JUDGE ROBERT TURK: HE'S BEEN A BIG ROLE MODEL FOR ME IN THE PAST AND I HOPE THAT I CAN ONLY EMULATE SOME OF THOSE QUALITIES THAT HE HAS ON THE BENCH))
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His father had the honor of putting on his robe.
Judge James Turk says he's excited for his son and knows he has the qualities to make an excellent judge.
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[SOT1:48:36]
[IN Q=It's probably time]

((U.S DISTRICT JUDGE JAMES TURK: IT'S PROBABLY TIME FOR ME TO STEP DONE. I'VE BEEN GOING A LONG TIME. BUT BARK AND I ARE REAL PROUD OF HIM WE CERTAINLY ARE))
[SUPER=07-Judge James Turk]
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[OUT Q=certainly]
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[VO-NAT]


Judge Robert Turk will help ease the case-load in 8 counties and two cities.
He will sit in Montgomery County and officially takes the bench on July 5th.
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[Prince-William]


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Prince William hits a milestone next week- The Prince turns 18.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-London, England;]


In anticipation of the media interest- William has done something unusual- he's allowed television pictures released of him- showing him taking part in activities at the private school he attends.
You can see the PRince playing soccer, water polo- and even cooking.
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[SOT 15:15:14]
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((PAENNA WITH CHICKEN RICE GARLIC AND BEANS. I'M JUST FOLLOWING ORDERS THERE))
[SUPER=07-Prince William;]
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[OUT Q=FOLLOWING ORDERS THERE.]
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[VO-NAT]


As for birthday activities next Wednesday- the Prince says he will spend the day studying for exams.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still ahead on NEws 7, we'll take to the water on (Ba-toze) Batteaux and Tall Ships.
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[VO-NAT]


And is it a quarter or a dollar?
We'll get to the bottom of what may be the mint's biggest mistake ever.
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[OpSail]


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Nice weather made for a nice show today as a parade of tall ships sailed into Tidewater.
Ellen Qualls has the breathtaking details.
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[Batteau-Festival]


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They're not as grand as the tall ships, but Lynchburg's historic (ba-toe) batteau still merit a festival of their own.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


The second annual "River of Time" batteau festival got underway tonight in downtown Lynchburg.
The event features replicas of the flat- bottomed boats that helped ship goods and tobacco up and down the James River in the 19th century.
The crews will spend the next eight days making the 120- mile trip to Richmond.
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[SOT 00:47:09]
[IN Q=The challenge of]

((BETSY HEALEY/"LADY'S SLIPPER" CAPTAIN: THE CHALLENGE OF DOING IT, JUST GETTING THERE, BEING THERE.. BEING THERE EACH DAY IS VERY BEAUTIFUL.. I LOVE NATURE, I LOVE THE WATER.. I GREW UP AROUND THE OCEAN BUT THIS IS LOTS OF FUN TOO.))
[SUPER=01-Betsy Healey/"Lady's Slipper" Captain]
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[OUT Q=lots of fun too.]
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[VO-NAT]


"Lady's Slipper" is the only all- female batteau crew.
The festival resumes tomorrow morning at eight. The boats ship off from Percival's Island at 11.
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[S-Extra]


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First, the Lakers and the Pacers are putting the ball in the basket, the score is 95-72 Indiana in the fourth.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Chicago, IL/WGN; :]


Now to our extra point. Chicago Cubs flame thrower Kerry Wood warmed up under the watchful eye of the legendary Nolan Ryan who was at the Cubs/ Expos game today.
Sammy Sosa with a fourth inning triple that scored a bunch as he goes over the career thousand RBI total. Chicago wins 9-8.
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[S-AVS]


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The Avalanche played host to the Winston Salem Warthogs last night. The Avs looking to close in on Myrtle Beach's two and a half game Southern Division lead.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Warthogs vs. Avalanche; :00]


In the top of the third. Marcellous Manuel cracks a double down the first baseline and that is gonna bring in a run to make it 1-nothing.
Then, a batter later, Ryan Long connects on a one bagger up the middle to plate Manuel. 2-nothing Hogs.
[SUPER=37-Winston-Salem/4/Salem/1;]


The Avalanche's John Lindsay scores off a Matt Holiday single in the sixth, but Winston-Salem wins 4-1. Myrtle Beach beat Kinston 6-nothing tonight so Salem falls behind first place by 3 and a half games.
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[S-Kelly]


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After a short stint with an independent professional baseball team in New York, former Northside and Radford baseball star Kelly Dampeer is retiring ....For now.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Dampeer, who was a 1997 Cleveland Indian draft pick, has worked at Rip City in Salem coaching kids. In addition to that, he plans on going back to Radford University to finish up his degree. Kelly spent the last three years in the Indians system. While he has not all together said he is done with pro ball, he is seriously working on other options.
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[SOT]
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((KELLY DAMPEER/FORMER CLEVELAND INDIANS DRAFT PICK:))
[SUPER=01-Kelly Dampeer/Former Cleveland Draft Pick; :00]
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[OUT Q=...other things"]
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[S-Golf]


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The U.S. Open's stormy skies didn't dampen spirits, but this was the final U.S. Open
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pebble Beach, CA; :00]

for Jack Nicklaus and that did. The four time winner of the event finished with an 11 over 82 yesterday and will miss the cut at 13 over par in his 44th straight U.S. Open.
Kirk Tripplett is at one under after two rounds. He fired a 71 today in his second round.
Nick Faldo is at one over for the tournament after a 74 today. He buried a 40 foot birdie putt here on 18.
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[anchor=steve]
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Tiger Woods is still in the lead, but play was suspended by darkness last night.
Woods and the field will finish the second round later today.

[S-Qualify]


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The top nine drivers all broke the track qualifying record at Pocono yesterday. Rusty Wallace was the fastest, capturing the top during bud pole qualifying for Sunday's Pocono 500.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pocono, PA/TNN SPORTS; :]


Wallace went out after Mark Martin, who also broke the previous record. He would turn the track at Pocono at a speed of 171 point 625 miles an hour.
John Andretti will start second , he turned and burned the 2.5 mile tri-oval with a speed of 171.262 miles an hour, but he couldn't quite catch Rusty.
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[SOT]
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((RUSTY WALLACE/BUD POLE WINNER:))
[SUPER=01-Rusty Wallace/Bud Pole Winner; :00]
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[OUT Q=...ran great again"]
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[VO-NAT]


The Wood Brothers Elliott Sadler had some car trouble yesterday and was 30th fastest, now your top 25.
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Ward Burton was 32nd quickest.

[S-Girls]


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Ronde and Tiki Barber run a football camp and George Lynch will put on his annual basketball camp from June 26th through the 29th. Both are part of the All Stars Clinics of the Roanoke Valley family, which has now added a girls basketball camp.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


All Star Clinics has announced that, in conjunction with Hollins University's basketball camp run by coach Karen Harvey, they will run a girls basketball camp this July 24th through the 28th at Hollins. Girls grades four through eight are welcome. The cost is 170 dollars but scholarships are available. Wake Forest women's basketball coach Charlene Curtis will coach at the camp. The partnership possibilities with All Stars is something Hollins didn't want to pass up.
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[OUT Q=...90 girls"]
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[S-Vick]


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A report fro the Associated Press today said Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Vick was meeting with Colorado Rockies officials this weekend to hear what kind of offer they had for him. Virginia tech officials said that is NOT true.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New Orleans, LA; :00]


Sports information staff at Tech say Vick knew nothing about a meeting with the Rockies but that at some time in the future he would sit down with them. Vick released statement yesterday saying " I'm not really thinking about baseball right now but, I'll have to sit down with the Rockies and see what they have to offer. If I do decide to play baseball, it would have to be in a way where it didn't interfere with football because that's my number one priority right now."
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Vick could not be reached for comment today. He has gone home to Newport News for a family wedding [coin-mistake]


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A mistake that's worth more than chump change.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA]


It's part quarter, part dollar but it's worth THOUSANDS.
The new dollar coin is supposed to feature the Indian Guide (Sacka-ja-wee-a.)
But one turned up in Arkansas with a famliar face-
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((DAVE BOWERS/RARE COIN DEALER: THEY TOOK A FRONT FOR A WASHINGTON QUARTER AND COMBINED IT WITH THE BACK FOR A SACAGEWEA DOLLAR AND CAME UP WTIH A COIN THAT IS 25 CENTS ON ONE SIDE AND A DOLLAR ON THE OTHER.))
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[OUT Q=ON THE OTHER.]
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Never in its 208 year history has the mint made a mistake like it.
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