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Coming up on News 7-
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A bloodhound helps crews locate a Roanoke man missing for two days without food or water. A shooting at a Roanoke motel leaves one person wounded and another in custody. And, grab your earplugs for a visit to the annual hollerin' contest in North Carolina.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.


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A woman is hospitalized after being shot in the back during an argument at a local motel.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Roanoke-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=01-16 TC-1:39:55]
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The woman's name has not not been released... But police say she's in stable condition after being shot this afternoon at the Jefferson Lodge Motel.
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Roanoke City Police have arrested 34 year-old James Carter with shooting the 34 year old woman with whom he shared a room.
Police say the woman was shot once in the back following an argument.
She was able to run to the front office for help and tell police who shot her.
Police say they arrested Carter without incident.
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((SGT. TAMMY CARMICHAEL/ROANOKE POLICE: HE WAS BASICALLY WAITING FOR US. NO PROBLEMS AT ALL. HE LISTENED TO THE OFFICERS COMMANDS. HE WAS IMMEDIATELY TAKEN INTO CUSTODY.))
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Police recovered a 22-caliber rifle they believe was used in the shooting. Carter is being held without bond on malicious wounding and firearms charges.
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[Missing-Man]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=01-21 TC-1:06:25]
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A Roanoke man is alive and doing OK -- after spending two nights lost in the woods without food, water or medications.
This afternoon, search teams found him about half a mile from where he disappeared, near the Appalachian Trail.
Marya Jones has more.
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(( After an exhausting search, rescue workers hoisted Richard Glenn Simmons 250 feet up a steep cliff to safety.
The 50-year-old Roanoke man was dehydrated and disoriented, but, thankfully, alive.
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[SOT 42:47 - :54]

((HAROLD CHRIMES/RESCUE WORKER: GLENN WAS IN REAL GOOD CONDITION, SEEING AS HE DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK, MAYBE FOR THE LAST TWO DAYS, MAYBE A BIT LONGER THAN THAT.))
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Search teams began combing the woods around the Appalachian Trail and McAfee's Knob yesterday, after someone noticed Simmons' dog locked inside his car.
He left his belongings inside ... including a number of the medications used to treat his diabetes, depression and other medical conditions.
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[SOT 31:03 - :17]

((SUSAN BILBY/SISTER: HE'S ON A LOT OF MEDICATIONS, WHEN HE DOESN'T TAKE HIS MEDICATIONS, HE'S REAL OUT THERE, A LITTLE CONFUSED AT TIMES.))
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Simmons had wandered a little more than half a mile from the parking lot...
Rescue workers found him off of Old Catawba Road... near where a bloodhound picked up his trail yesterday.
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[NATS 40:32] ((NATS: GLENN, HOLD MY HAND, HONEY.))
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Susan Bilby hadn't seen her brother Glenn for several years.
She came out to help rescue workers after she heard he was missing.
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((SUSAN BILBY/SISTER: AFTER OUR MOTHER'S DEATH, HE JUST KIND OF BECAME A LONER. HE NEVER HUNG AROUND THE FAMILY MUCH.))
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((HAROLD CHRIMES: I THINK EVERYTHING TURNED OUT WONDERFUL. THIS IS THE WAY WE LIKE SEARCHES TO TURN OUT. ))
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A successful search that also turned out to be a family reunion of sorts.
Marya Jones, News-7, Roanoke County.))

[OxyContin-Suit]


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Seven southwest Virginia residents are suing the maker of the painkiller OxyContin for millions.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape]

The 5-point-2 million dollar lawsuit against Purdue Pharma was filed in Lee County Circuit Court yesterday. The lawsuit claims Purdue and four affiliates failed to warn patients that the drug was dangerously addictive. OxyContin has been linked to more than 120 deaths nationwide including more than three dozen overdose deaths in southwest Virginia.
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[NC-Flooding]


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[WRITER=tha]
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The southeast wasn't hit as hard as Texas and Louisiana... But the remnants of Tropical Storm "Allison" still dumped a lot of rain in North Carolina. Over the past two days-- parts of the state have received more than ten inches of rain. Stephanie Hawco has more.
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[Bush]


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President Bush is headed back home. The president closed out his tour of Europe earlier today after meeting with his Russian counterpart. Kimberly Dozier reports.
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((
After a week of protests and sometimes frosty receptions on his five-nation European tour ...a breakthrough at a country castle in Slovenia. (beauty shots Brno) It seems President George Bush and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have formed...a mutual admiration society.
The two men agreed not only to visit each other's countries...but to spend time in each other's homes later this year, including a visit to Mr Bush's Texas ranch.

(BUSH SOT-aptn 1900)

'Russia is not the enemy of the United States. As a matter of fact, after our meeting today I'm convinced it can be a strong partner and friend, more so than people could imagine.'
Mr Bush failed to convince the Russian leader to abandon the antiballistic missile treaty, in favour of an untested US missile shield...yet.

(PUTIN SOT-aptn 1900)

'We believe that the 1972 ABM treaty is the cornerstone of the modern architecture of security.
Analysts say cash-strapped Russia is likely to hold out for more economic aid, and security cooperation, before it aquiesces to son-of-star-wars defense, or the American-favored plans for Nato expansion...right up to Russia's borders.
The two men agreed their top security officials will keep working on a meeting of minds. (summit pix again) Putin's visit with Chinese leaders just before this summit serves to remind Mr Bush...the so-called Fox of the Kremlin is keeping his options open. (Putin smiling)
KD, CBS News, London. ))[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[WRITER=rle]
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Coming up, dinosaurs may be extict, but they are making an apparance at a Roanoke museum...
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and the Red Baron beware, dozens of flying aces were soaring over the Roanoke Valley today. We'll have details coming up.
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[Gilmore-Eugenics]


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The candidates for Virginia's governor's chair may differ on many issues, but they have reached a consensus on eugenics. Both said this week, if elected governor, they are prepared to offer a full apology for Virginia's role in eugenics. Virginia sterilized about eight thousand citizens deemed "unfit" by mental health officials, as late as 1979. The state also barred intermarriage of whites and non-whites as part of the eugenics "racial purity" movement.
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But Governor Jim Gilmore is still declining to make an apology.
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((I AS GOVERNOR DIDN'T FEEL COMFORTABLE APOLOGIZING FOR ACTS THAT DON'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH CONTEMPORARY VIRGINIA OR CERTAINLY WITH THIS ADMINISTRATION, BECAUSE THERE'S SO MUCH THAT'S GONE ON IN THE PAST THAT HAS NOT BEEN RIGHT. BUT WE TODAY PREFER TO FOCUS ON WHAT WE'RE DOING TO HEAL DIVISIONS IN THE COMMUNITY.))y
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Gilmore says the eugenics movement was wrong and should NOT have occurred -- but added quote- "that's a lot different ... from apologizing."
This year, Virginia's General Assembly passed a resolution expressing "profound regret" over Virginia's eugenics movement.
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[Earl-Washington]


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Investigators say they've identified a suspect in the rape and murder case that nearly cost a Virginia inmate his life.
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A D-N-A "cold hit" has placed a convicted rapist at the scene of the crime... but charges have yet to be filed in the case. Earl Washington, Junior was nearly executed for the crime in 1985 but his sentence was commuted. He was pardoned by Governor Gilmore last year.
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[Biz-Review]


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Some local businesses are feeling the effects of a slowing economy, while others haven't seen much of a change at all.
Jennifer Miele shows us a little of both in this week's business review.
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162 Norfolk Southern employees will be furloughed as part of the railroad's latest cost-cutting plan. Temporary layoffs at the East End shops will begin June 24th and end July 14th.
Norfolk Southern says it's auctioning off excess machinery and locomotives that have been stored at the shops, leaving many wondering if the shops themselves would be next on the auction block.
Many of those who bid on the N-S equipment say they believe the shops will be up for sale by the end of the year.

But N-S says the shops are NOT for sale. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
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Meanwhile another Roanoke company is rolling in the dough.
Maple Leaf Bakery is expanding.
The company's 12 million dollar, 50-thousand square foot expansion is expected to be up and running by the end of December.
A brand new production line will be the largest bread line in the WORLD.
Company officials say a slowing economy is no match for them.
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((AL SAUTNER: I'LL TELL YOU ANYTIME I'VE EVER SEEN ANYTHING IN THE US ECONOMY HAPPEN, IT REALLY NEVER AFFECTED FOOD, SO OUR PRODUCT IS PRETTY SAFE NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS. IT THINK OUR BREAK IS GOING TO MAKE IT THROUGH EVERYTHING THAT' GOING TO HAPPEN IN THE US ECONOMY.))
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The economy IS being blamed for Circuit City's 72 percent drop in earnings. The slowdown would have been even worse had it not been for the success of one of its subsidiaries.
Analysts say the retailers' exit from the home appliance business last year hurt earnings the most.
The strongest sales growth for Circuit City was in products like digital cameras, televisions, DVD's and video game hardware and software. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE] [TAPE TC ]
Despite recent downturns in the furniture industry, a Pulaski has managed to come out ahead.
The company reports a five point five percent sales increase for the first half of the year.
The company credits its success to its strategy of producing furniture in both the U-S and Asia.
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((JOHN WAMPLER/PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PULASKI FURNITURE: WE BECAME VERY FOCUSED ON DOMESTIC MANUFACTURING IN JUST 2 REAL SPECIFIC NICHES. CURIO CABINETS AND CLOCK AND OUR IMPORT BUSINESS WHICH IS SECURING MOST OF OUR GROWTH HAS BEEN FOCUSED ON BEDROOM AND DINING ROOMS.))
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On wall street the Dow was down 49 points to close at 10 thousand six 41.
And the Nasdaq finished down 17.58 to close at 20-26 and a half.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele, and that is this week's business review.))

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Coming up in a few minutes, Roy Stanley will have details from the world of sports...
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

in North Carolina there was plenty to shout about at the annual hollerin contest. Stay tuned

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Jurassic Park Three will be roaring into theaters soon, but as Shannon Young tells us, there's a place in Roanoke where you can get up close to (ty-ran-uh-SOAR-eye) Tyranosauri and (tri-SER-uh-tops) Triceratops.
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(( Steven Spielberg isn't the only dinosaur fan thinking big. The Science Museum of Western Virginia is flaunting its own Jurassic park, minus the blood and guts.
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((People are just so fascinated with dinosaurs.))
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These monsters WILL look you in the eye and even make a move in your direction thanks to robotic technology. And they're not afraid to let you know you're on THEIR turf.
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((Roaaaaarrrrrrr!))
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((We specifically are looking at dinosaurs from the crutaceous, which is the first period of dinosaurs, the period that's famous because of T-Rex.))
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((And then also the older period, the Jurassic, where some of the early dinosaurs were getting started.))
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You may remember Rex and pals from their first visit to the museum during the nineties. Now, you're invited back for a second helping of an exhibit worth sinking your teeth into.
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[IN Q=Some of the dinosaurs are new, some are not.]

((Some of the dinosaurs are new, some are not. But if you saw them when the exhibit was here ten years ago you might recognize some differences in your old friends.))
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[OUT Q=some differences in your old friends.]

Hill says that's because paleontologists are learning more about dinosaurs every day.
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[IN Q=We once thought that T-Rex stood upright...]

((We once thought that T-Rex stood upright, sort of like a human being, whereas now we realize that they were using their legs as a kind of see-saw to balance their weight so that they were more horizontally positioned.))
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Most of the beasts are life-sized except for T-Rex and the Apatosaurus, formerly known as Brontosaurus, which are built to half scale. But their smaller stature in no way decreases their thrill factor. In fact, Hill says the Speilberg film is just an appetizer.
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((Go see the film and then come see us and see the real thing.))
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Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke.))


[Air-Show]


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Dozens of miniature aces flew in today for the Roanoke Valley Radio Control Club's "Big Bird Fly In"...
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The event drew nearly 30 pilots and their remote control planes from as far away as Ohio. Remote control pilots say learning the craft takes patience, experience, and above all, a few mishaps.
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((TYKE HALE/LYNCHBURG; TEAR UP A LOT OF AIRPLANES. YOU DO IT ONE WAY AND IT DOESN'T WORK, AND YOU DON'T DO IT THAT WAY ANYMORE. A LOT OF CRASHES...))
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The planes you see here can cost as much as 6-thousand dollars.
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[S-Cats]


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[WRITER=rst]
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Lynchburg fell behind early and never caught up as Kinston beats the Hillcats 9 to 4.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Hillcats vs Indians; :]


A beautiful evening in the Hill City as the Hillcats hosted the Indians.
Leading 3 to nothing Kinston's Nate Grindell hits this sacrafice fly that scores a run from third and the Indians were on top 4 to nothing.
Then Kinston's Victor Martinez hits this grounder that goes down the first base line scoring Grindell to make it 5 to nothing.
[SUPER=37-Kinston/9/Lynchburg/4/;]


The Hillcats had runners in scoring position but Kinston retires the side and the Indians hold on for the 9 to 4 win.
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[S-College]


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The Hurricanes of Miami won their second College World Series in three years routing Stanford 12 to 1.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Omaha, NE/CBS SPORTS; :]


An outside shot of Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha.
Miami's Kevin Brown had a super day. In the fifth he takes this pitch deep over the left field wall for a three run homer and the Hurricanes led 8 to nothing.
[SUPER=34-Miami/12/Stanford/1/;]


Then in the sixth Brown smokes this shot off the wall in left centerfield scoring two more runs and the Hurricanes close the season with 17 straight wins to become the 18-th team to go undefeated in the College World series.
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[S-MLB]


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Mike Mussina scored 6 hits over 7 and two thirds innings and drove in a run as the Yankees beat the Mets 2 to 1.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX SPORTS; :]


The Yankees lead the regular season series 12 to 7.
New York opened the scoring in the top of the second Bernie Williams going deep over the centerfield wall for a solo home run and a 1 to nothing Yankee lead.
Still in the second Mussina hits a shot up the middle into centerfield Scott Brosius rounds the bases from second to score and The Yankees went on top 2 to nothing.
[SUPER=35-N.Y. Yankees/2/N.Y. Mets/1/;]


The Mets got on the board in the fourth Robin Ventura sends this Mussina pitch over the right field wall for a solo homer but the Yankees hold on to win the game 2 to 1.
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[S-Cards]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/FOX SPORTS; :]


In St. Louis yesterday the Cardinals scored 5 in the fifth in a win over the White Sox.
J.D. Drew got it started he sends this Kip Wells pitch over the left centerfield wall for a three run homer and the Cardinals led 3 to nothing.
The White Sox answered when Paul Konerko gets all of this pitch it ends up over the left field wall to make the score 6 to 1 Cardinals in the sixth.
[SUPER=35-St. Louis/8/C. White Sox/3/;]


The Cardinals would add 2 runs in the seventh Craig Paquette singles to right field with the bases loaded scoring two and the Cardinals win it 8 to 3.
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Two golfers share the lead after three rounds at the U-S Open. More later on News 7 Sunday Morning.[S-Scores]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The Chicago Cubs won their 12-th straight today and they did it with the long ball.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/WGN; :]
The Cubs were hosting the Minnesota Twins.


Chicago hit 5 home runs two came off the bat of Sammy Sosa who also drove in 5 runs as the Cubs beat the Twins 11 to 4.
And here are tonight's scores.
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[S-Softball]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sp-94 tc 40:10]
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The summer of softball tournaments has begun at the Moyer Sports Complex in Salem.
And it started fast.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]


The 2001 NSA Men's Fast Pitch World Series have taken over the fields at Moyer.
21 teams from as far south as Florida and far north as Pennsylvania.
Some of the athletes have played professional baseball.
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[VO-NAT]


Play continues today. Tickets are three dollars a day.
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That's it for sports, have a happy father's day.


[S-Open]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-99 (11:41)]
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Stewart Cink and Ratief Goosen share the lead after the third round of the U-S Open.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tulsa, OK/NBC SPORTS; :]


Several golfers have a shot at winning the Open.
Goosen, who shared the lead at the start of yesterday's round would fnish with a 69 to go to five under par for the tournament.
Cink had an awful start bogeying two of the first three holes but he recovered to shoot a three under par 67 for a share of the lead.
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Sergio Garcia, Mark Brooks and Roco Mediate are tied for second one shot back and Phil Mickelson is third at 3 under.
Tiger woods is at 4 over after breaking par for the first time. He shot 1 under 69.

[Hollerin-Contest]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=slo]
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If you happened to stumble upon this contest in North Carolina, you might have thought these folks had gone mad.
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[VO-NAT 19:20:32]
[SUPER=03-Spivey's Corner, NC;]

They haven't, they are participating in an event that has taken place in Spivey's Corner North Carolina for decades. It's the annual Hollerin' Contest.
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[SOT 19:21:14]
[IN Q=Whoooo]

((JOYCE PINETTE/Contestant;WHOA, WHOOO, HOOO, HOOO, YIPPEE, YIPPEE, WHOOO!))
[SUPER=01-Joyce Pinette/Contestant;]
[RUNS=11]
[OUT Q=yippee!!!]
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[VO-NAT]

There is a method to this madness, and a history, too. (------------) It used to be a vital way of communication across farm fields.