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Coming up-
What was making so many students sick at Randolph Macon Woman's College.
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It's the big night for the big game... wait til you hear how many tickets are selling.
The show Trading Spaces- comes to the mid atlantic.
And a watch that went down with the Titanic goes up for sale.
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[Anchor=Jean]


News 7 is next.

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((CHARLSEY ENGLISH: I THINK THERE WAS 16 OF US SO I DON'T KNOW, THINK WE BOUGHT QUITE A BIG, HOPEFULLY THE RIGHT ONE.))
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[OUT Q=the right one]
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You have a better chance of being struck by lightning, regardless many are hoping to strike it rich in a few minutes.
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[ANCHOR =Jean]
[SS=News 7 at 11]



[Big-Game]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In just a few minutes we'll know whether anyone has won the 220-million dollar Big Game jackpot.
Many players have spent a small fortune in hopes of winning an even bigger one.
The question is: will it increase their chances? [***NEWS 7@11 MB GRAPHIC***]
[TOSS ACROSS=Jean & Justin /MB SET;]


Justin McLeod is here now with the answer. Justin?
Jean, really it all depends on who you ask.
[LIVE=Justin /FULL MB SET]
[SUPER=@Justin1;]


The lottery will tell you buying more tickets doesn't improve your chances greatly.
After all, your odds of winning are just 1-76-million.
Players on the other hand argue someone must win the big jackpot and it might as well be them.
Regardless of who's right, it's a pretty safe bet to say many have big game fever.
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[SUPER=01-Corey McIntosh; :26]
[SUPER=01-Angelia Young; :30]
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((((NAT SOUND OF MACHINE PRINTING TICKETS))
During peak times, more than a 11,000 tickets were sold every minute in Virginia.
Sales were especially brisk along the North Carolina border.
This store in Emporia had 100 tickets already printed and ready to go.
Everyone shares the same goal of winning, however they all have different plans if they win the big prize.
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[IN Q=I'd probably buy me]

((COREY McINTOSH: I'D PROBABLY BUY ME A HOUSE, A CAR, PROBABLY DO SOMETHING LIKE THAT.)) ((ANGELIA YOUNG: IF I WIN I WOULD PROBABLY PAY OFF MY HOUSE, EVERYTHING I OWE, PAY FOR MY CHILDREN'S COLLEGE EDUCATIONS AND GO ON A GREAT VACATION.)) ((TROY LANHAM: I WON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT WORKING ANYMORE, HELP ALL MY FAMILY, PEOPLE OUT.))))
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[LIVE= Justin /FULL MB SET]


This is actually the second largest big game jackpot.
The biggest was two years ago when the numbers reached 363 million dollars.
[TOSS ACROSS= Jean & Justin/MB SET;]


And Jean, I don't know normally play the lottery but I couldn't resist, I bought a few tickets myself. Good luck to everyone.

[RMWC]


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Health officials in Lynchburg say they have a pretty good idea of what started a mysterious illness at Randolph-Macon Woman's College.
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About 120-students, teachers, and staff came down with a flu-like illness over the past two weeks. Today, test results showed that a common stomach virus was to blame. Health and school officials say the close proximity of students living together made it easier for the virus to spread quickly.
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((JOANNA HARRIS/CENTRAL VIRGINIA HEALTH DISTRICT DIRECTOR; IT TAKES A VERY LOW INFECTIOUS DOSE TO INFECT SOMEONE, FEWER THAN A HUNDRED VIRAL PARTICLES, WHICH IS NOTHING WHEN IT COMES TO A VIRUS. ))
[SUPER=01-Joanna Harris/Central Virginia Health District Director;]
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Nobody has tested positive for the illness since Wednesday. Officials say they may never know exactly how the virus got onto campus.
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[Tire-Fire]


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Governor Warner visited the site of the Roanoke County tire fire today.
He praised the response and made a pitch for legislation that lawmakers will consider next week.
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Officials briefed the Governor on the ground, then he climbed into a helicopter for an aerial tour.
Warner said Roanoke County's experience highlights the need for a proposal lawmakers will consider next Wednesday... a new statewide landfill tipping fee.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER: THIRTY FIVE PERCENT OF THE FUNDS THAT WILL COME OUT OF THAT TIPPING FEE WILL GO BACK TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR APPROPRIATED ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIONS, INCLUDING ACTIONS SUCH AS CLEANING UP THESE TIRE SITES.))
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Warner praised the cooperation of local, state and federal agencies... and said he believes the Roanoke County response will become a model for other communities facing similar circumstances.
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[VEA]


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Governor Warner also talked to Virginia teachers today.
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He spoke at the Virginia Education Association's convention here in Roanoke- pledging to do more for public education.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER; EVEN THOUGH I WON'T BE SIGNING AN EDUCATION REFERENDUM BILL TODAY, LET ME ASSURE YOU, THE FIGHT IS NOT OVER.))
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Delegates said they were pleased by what Warner had to say.
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((KAREN LAVINDER/NORTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL: MANY PEOPLE WERE DISAPPOINTED ABOUT THE LACK OF FUNDING FOR OUR SALARIES THIS YEAR AND FOR SCHOOLS. I THINK HE EXPLAINED IT VERY WELL.)) ((HENRY FOSTER/HENRY COUNTY SCHOOLS: ALL THE PROMISES THAT HE HAS MADE IN HIS CAMPAIGN, HE SEEMS LIKE HE HAS LIVED UP TO THEM AT THIS POINT.))
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[SUPER=01-Henry Foster/Henry County Schools; :09]
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[OUT Q=AT THIS POINT.]
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Warner also used the occasion to sign two VEA-supported bills into law.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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One requires guidance counselors in elementary schools.
The other makes it easier for retired teachers to return to the classroom.

[Middle-East]


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The meeting between Secretary of State Colin Powell and Yasser Arafat is off.. at least for now.
The U-S reportedly wants Arafat to denounce today's suicide attack- that killed six Israelis.
Teri Okita has the latest from Washington.
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((ACCORDING TO PALESTINIAN OFFICIALS, THE UNITED STATES IS GIVING YASSER ARAFAT 24 HOURS TO DENOUNCE TODAY'S SUICIDE ATTACK IN ISRAEL. THIS, AS THE WHITE HOUSE TRIES TO GET PAST THIS LATEST HURDLE TO BROKERING A CEASE-FIRE. PALESTINIAN LEADER, YASSER ARAFAT, WILL HAVE TO WAIT AT LEAST A DAY BEFORE AIRING HIS GRIEVANCES TO SECRETARY OF STATE, COLIN POWELL. THE U.S. POSTPONED SATURDAY'S MEETING ... AFTER MORE MIDEAST BLOODSHED STAINED EFFORTS FOR LASTING PEACE. A PALESTINIAN WOMAN BLEW HERSELF UP AT A BUS-STOP NEAR A CROWDED OUTDOOR MARKET IN JERUSALEM ... KILLING SIX PEOPLE ... AND WOUNDING DOZENS MORE. "A lot of human pieces, body-parts, all over the place." THE ANGRY CROWD BLAMED ARAFAT. "And you want freedom. And we also want freedom here." "Arafat is a terrorist." THE WHITE HOUSE IS DEMANDING THAT ARAFAT CONDEMN THE ATTACK. ARI FLEISCHER/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN: "These are not people who just kill themselves. These are people who deliberately go to murder others with no regard to the values of their own life. These are murderers." SECRETARY POWELL GOT A FIRST-HAND LOOK AT THE CARNAGE -- FROM ABOVE -- WHILE TOURING THE REGION. EARLIER, HE MET ONE-ON-ONE WITH ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER, ARIEL SHARON, ABOUT A POSSIBLE CEASE-FIRE. BUT SHARON REFUSED TO COMMIT TO A TIMETABLE FOR A TROOP WITHDRAWAL FROM PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES. COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE: "We know that Israel has a right to respond to terrorism. The question is how do we get beyond just the response. What is the next step." SHARON TOLD CBS NEWS CORRESPONDENT DAN RATHER THAT PEACE CAN'T BE REACHED WHILE ARAFAT IS IN POWER. ARIEL SHARON/ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER: "I'm ready to make painful concessions, but I'll never make any concessions whatsoever when it comes to the security of our very existence." PALESTINIAN MILITANT GROUPS ARE THREATENING TO CARRY OUT EVEN MORE BOMBINGS ... IN RESPONSE TO ISRAEL'S MILITARY ASSAULT ... ESPECIALLY AT THE JENIN REFUGE CAMP ... WHERE AT LEAST 100 PALESTINIANS HAVE BEEN KILLED ... AND MANY RESIDENTS ARE STILL UNACCOUNTED FOR. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

[Blacksburg-Mascot]


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The votes are in, but not counted yet for a new mascot at Blacksburg High School.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

Principal Alfred Smith says they'll tally the estimated 14-hundred and 50-ballots either Sunday or Monday. He expects to announce results Monday afternoon. Earlier today students in grades 8 through 12 picked their favorite out of four choices. It's a race between... Bulldogs, Blazers, Bruins or just Blacksburg. Last year the Montgomery County School Board voted to eliminate the Indian as the school's mascot because some groups found it offensive.
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[Bedford-Courthouse]


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Bedford has its courthouse back.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford]


Circuit court workers moved into their new offices in the renovated landmark.
The phones didn't work yesterday, but they do now.
Other courts and the social services department will be settling in over the next few weeks.
The project, including a spacious main courtroom, cost taxpayers over 17-million dollars.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The animals at Mill Mountain Zoo get a little help from an area mall.
That's just one of the stories still ahead on News 7.
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Plus a rock-and-roll couple decides to tie the knot.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Anderson]


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Kid Rock apparently came up with rock... for actress Pamela Anderson that is.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-February]


Anderson's publicist says Rock proposed last night in the Las Vegas desert.
It'll be Anderson's second marriage- She's still fighting for full custody of her two sons- with her first husband Tommy Lee.
Kid Rock has an eight year old son from a previous relationship.
Anderson's publicist says the actress is elated.
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[Patrol-Cars]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Montgomery County is making what's old, new again when it comes to the Sheriff's Department patrol cars.
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[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;]

Officials say to save money, some late model, high mileage vehicles will be refurbished rather than buying new ones. This is the first year the county is refurbishing. Sheriff Douglas Mars says he didn't push for the approach but he'll see how it works. Vehicles with 100-thousand miles or more will be refurbished by a Pennsylvania company.
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[SOT 13:21:27]
[IN Q=A COMPLETELY]

((ROBERT PARKER/COUNTY SPOKESMAN; A COMPLETELY REBUILT CAR INSIDE AND OUT NEW ENGINE NEW TRANSMISSION NEW SUSPENSION RADIATORS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, TIRES BRAKES THE ENTIRE CAR IS MADE ESSENTIALLY AS GOOD AS NEW.))
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[OUT Q=GOOD AS NEW.]
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The Sheriff says they will keeping data on the refurbished vehicles to if they work as well for officers. County officials say other jurisdictions have tried it and it's been a success.
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[MM-Zoo]


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Valley View Mall is going to help Mill Mountain Zoo make ends meet.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The shopping center has set up a couple of ways to collect money for the critters.
A portion of membership fees in Valley View's Kids Club will go towards the zoo's outreach and education efforts.


And the mall will be donating part of the Kids Club fundraising events to the zoo.
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[Trading-Spaces]


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Re-decorating your house can be stressful, but imagine having your neighbors do it.
That's the idea behind the TV show Trading Spaces.
It features two sets of neighbors who trade spaces for two days- They decroate a room in each others houses- on camera.
Scott Mason reports the crew made its way to Wake Forest, North Carolina.
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[Tease2]
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It was hanging in an elementary school for 80 years... but no one knew it could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
We'll explain next on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus the Prince of Darkness gets the spotlight on Hollywood walk of Fame.
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[Commercial]

[Painting]


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A ten- year- old Connecticut boy discovers a masterpiece hanging in the library of his elementary school.
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[VO-NAT]

Bingham Bryant loves Greek mythology. That's what made him take a second look at this painting, which just happens to depict one of his favorite stories.
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[IN Q=I said, maybe you]

((BINGHAM BRYANT/BOY WHO DISCOVERED ART: I SAID, MAYBE YOU SHOULD TAKE A LOOK AT THIS BECAUSE IT'S REALLY BEAUTIFUL AND IT MIGHT BE SOMETHING GOOD. AND HE WENT AND TOOK A LOOK A COUPLE DAYS.))
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The painting is called "The Fate of (per-Sef-un-nee) Persphone" and was painted by British- born Walter Crane in 1878.
The painting was sold to Yale professor Brian Hooker in the early 20th Century, who is known for his translation of Cyrano de Bergeac. In 1935 he lent the painting to the Old Lyme School where it had been hanging for the past 80 years. The painting is set to be auctioned next month at Christies of London and expected to draw well over 500- thousand- dollars.
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[Titanic-Watch]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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A watch frozen in time as its owner plunged from the Titanic into the Atlantic sold at auction today.
The hands of the gold plated Waltham watch have remained permanently at 3:21- That's the moment eyewitnesses reported the unsinkable vessel disappearing into the ocean.
The watch was taken from the body of a 24 year old passenger, John Gill-
It sold for about 29 thousand dollars.
Also up for resale- a menu from the first night of sailing on the liner- dated April 10th, 1912.
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[Ozzy]


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Heavy metal Shock Rocker Ozzy Osbourne got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today.
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((OZZY! OZZY! OZZY!))
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And the crowds came out to cheer him on.
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((I'M SO OVERWHELMED YOU GUYS TURNED OUT THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH. I LOVE YOU ALL.))
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[OUT Q=i LOVE YOU ALL.]
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[vo-nat 13 plus pad]
Osbourne has s hit reality show on MTV- chronicling the life of his family and kids. It's called "The Osbournes."

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[S-Extra]


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Qualifying at Martinsville speedway and soccer highlights, but first our extra point.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Toledo, OH; :00]

Dan Dakich quit as West Virginia's basketball coach a week after being hired, citing a possible NCAA rules violation at the school last season. He was re-introduced as Bowling Green's coach today, passing on WVU's $2.5 million dollar contract. He was 89-57 at Bowling Green.
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[S-Mart]


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Roy Stanley will be laid to rest this afternoon, but his memory always live on. He impacted each athlete he covered. Mike Stevens tells us how the stock car racing world here in southwestern Virginia is a little bit less exciting without Roy.
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[SUPER=01-Stacy Compton/Conseco Pontiac Driver; :50]
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[OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."]
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[S-Roy]


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[WIPE TO PINNACLE]
Roy Stanley's family has asked that memorial contributions be made to the Wytheville Training School cultural center. This school provides education for black students in four counties around Wytheville. Please note in your donation that it is in memory of Roy Stanley. The address is 205 Tazewell Street. Wytheville, Virginia, 24382
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[S-Qualify]


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The Virginia 500 is Sunday at Martinsville. Qualifying took place today.
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Jeff Gordon made adjustments to the #24 car after practice and he wins his second pole of the season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-MW Windows Qualifying; ;00]


Gordon repeats his pole winning perfomance from last year at this race. This is Gordon's 41st career pole and he captures it with a speed of 94 point 181 miles an hour.
NASCAR .com was so confident in his ability to focus on winning the pole that the website posted Gordon as the winner while other cars were still qualifying. Now the starting grid.
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[S-Trucks]


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Craftsman Truck series points leader Ted Musgrave is on the pole for today's Advance Auto Parts 250.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :00]

Stuart's Jon Wood had a strong run yesterday as he put the US Navy Ford on the outside of row four in the 8th position. And Darrell Waltrip, who is making a one race comeback on the truck series qualified 18th in the Duck Head Dodge.
Then D.W. had a special message for Kevin Harvick. The two have been jawing back and forth of late and now Waltrip can get on the track with him.
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[OUT Q=.....we all have hidden agenda's"]
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[S-Soccer]


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The Blacksburg boys soccer team has won the double A state championship three of the last four years. Last night the Indians traveled up 81 to battle another soccer power in Cave Spring.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Indians vs. Knights; :00]


Blacksburg head coach Shelley Blumenthal was extra proud on this night. He would coach against two of his former players. Cave Spring head coach John Bohland and assistant Chris Adomo both played for him.
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[SUPER=01-Shelley Blumenthal/Blacksburg Head Coach; ;00]
[SUPER=01-John Bohland/Cave Spring Head Coach; :08]
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[OUT Q=.....excited about it"]
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[VO_NAT(cont')]
To the action. In the first half, Blacksburg makes good on the throw in when Jamie Tallbot boots the ball in and it's 1-nothing Indians.
[SUPER=34-Blacksburg/2/Cave Spring/1;]


Then, The Indians get the penalty kick and Michael Walker takes it and scores. 2-nothing
The Knights Paul Nevin played tough in goal, making several nice saves, but Blacksburg beats Cave Spring 2-1.
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[S-Masters]


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[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-110]
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Play was suspended at five PM at the Masters today. 38 players could not finish the second round and will do so beginning at 7:45 am tomorrow.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Augusta, GA; :00]


Defending champion Tiger Woods is one of those golfers. He is at three under through 10 holes at the par 72 Augusta National Golf Club. Former champ Vijay Singh got the course when the conditions were the best and he fired a bogey-free 7-under 65. he's your leader in the clubhouse at 9-under par. First-round leader Davis Love the Third ballooned to a 3-over 75 to reach the halfway point at 2-under par.
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[Gum-Gate]


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[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=tbr]
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Would you ever pay for used chewing gum? Apparently people are paying. Recently a man tried to auction off a piece of chewing gum that Arizona Diamondback Luis Gonzalez had chewed.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tucson, AZ]


The money was supposed to go to charity, but some are questioning the gum's authenticity.
So Gonzalez chomped on another piece- put it into a bottle and shipped it to a Tucson radio station.
This morning, the station received the gum.
The radio station will auction off the gum to the highest bidder with the money going to charity. (------------)