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Coming up on News 7-
The D-C sniper spree may have started weeks earlier than police thought.
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Winona Ryder apparently had some trouble at stores before her SAKS encounter.
And imagine trying to keep middle school students quiet in school hallways? One school is actually making that a new rule.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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They built on borrowed money... hoping to complete the nation's tribute to D-Day warriors before many aging veterans died.
Now that plan may have backfired.
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[D-Day-Memorial]


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The National D-Day Memorial Foundation is seeking bankruptcy protection. The Foundation filed "a Chapter 11 re-organization petition" in U-S Bankruptcy Court this morning. As Keith Humphry reports the Foundation still owes millions of dollars to the bank, the architect who designed the memorial and the construction company that built it.
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The Foundation has been negotiating with its creditors, hoping to retire the debt OUT of court. It proposed a five-year pay off period-- without paying interest for the first three years.
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((WILLIAM MCINTOSH/D DAY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION PRESIDENT; IT IS REGRETTABLE THAT EFFORTS TO REMOVE IT THROUGH NEGOTIATIONS HAVE THUS FAR BEEN UNSUCCESSFUL. PERHAPS SETTLEMENTS CAN BE REACHED. THIS IS CERTAINLY THE FOUNDATION'S HOPE.)) [RUNS:15]
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[KEITH ON CART!!!!] The Bankruptcy petition was filed at the 11th hour, with two days of reckoning looming ahead. The Foundation was due in court Tuesday to show cause why it could not pay Byron Dickson, the Architect. Coleman Adams Construction had already won a 1-point-six million dollar judgment against the Foundation. That was 88 days ago. Federal Bankruptcy law sets the clock back NINETY days. The petition filed today is retroactive, taking the matter back to where it stood two days BEFORE Coleman Adams won the judgment against the National D-Day Memorial Foundation. Now Coleman Adams is on equal footing with Dickson and the bank.
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((THE EFFLUENCE OF THOSE TWO DATES MAKES IT- -THE CONFLUENCE- -NECESSARY TO TAKE THIS STEP AT THIS TIME.)) [RUNS:10]
[OUT Q=at this time.]
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Architect Byron Dickson told NEWS 7 this evening he doesn't know if this means he's better off or worse off. He said the payments he's received this year didn't cover the interest on the 869-thousand dollars he says the Foundation owes him. Keith Humphry, News 7.))
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The memorial will remain open while the case procedes.

[Iraq]


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The Pressure is now on Iraq to dis-arm.
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The U-N Security Council today gives unanimous approval to an Iraq resolution-
It gives Iraq until November 15th to let U-N weapons inspectors in- and to comply with demands to dis-arm.
The Bush administration says it will have ``zero tolerance'' for any Iraqi attempts to thwart inspections.
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[1:14 Sent to Server ] ((IF IRAQ FAILS TO FULLY COMPLY THE UNITED STATES AND OTHER NATIONS WILL DISARM SADDAM HUSSEIN.))
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((DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY: AND THE MINUTE SADDAM HUSSEIN AND HIS SMALL RULING CLIQUE SENSE THAT THEY'RE OUT OF DANGER, I SUSPECT THAT THEY'LL HAVE NO FURTHER INCENTIVE TO COOPERATE AND ANY UN INSPECTION AND DISARMAMENT EFFORTS COULD THEN FAIL.))
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It will be up to the United Nations.. not the U-S to determine if Baghdad is complying- that was a concession given to the French.
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A Cargo ship left Virginia today headed for the Persian Gulf area.
The ship is carrying landing craft, two tugboats and several forklifts.
According to military sources, the cargo is a part of a "standard force rotation" that swaps out old equipment with newer models.
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[Veterans]


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Military veterans from our area were honored by their employer today.
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Limited edition pins went out to veterans with the U-S Postal Service in Roanoke.
The ceremony took place at the War Memorial.
A wreath was laid at the monument and onlookers paused for a moment of silence.
Postmaster Anne Murray says the postal service always gives veterans preference when hiring for jobs.
She says September eleventh gave Americans renewed appreciation for veterans and she says the postal service is happy to take the time to say 'thank you.'
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[Sniper]


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The two Washington area sniper suspects may be linked to yet another shooting- this one in Suburban Maryland in early September.
Authorities say evidence ties the pair to that shooting.
The shooting would push the date of the first known sniper shooting to September 5th-
Meanwhile as Aleen Sirgany reports- new evidence could tie the 17-year old suspect to the shooting at the Home Depot.
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((THERE IS APPARENTLY STRONG EVIDENCE THAT 17-YEAR-OLD
(font: Artist: William Hennesy Jr.) JOHN LEE MALVO WAS THE TRIGGERMAN AT A HOME DEPOT SHOOTING...PART OF A SNIPER SPREE

THAT PARALYZED THE WASHINGTON AREA. ROBERT HORAN/Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney Anaylsist of the rifle had the fingerprint of the juvenile on it. THE FAIRFAX COUNTY PROSECUTOR SAID MALVO'S WAS THE ONLY FINGERPRINT ON THE GUN USED TO KILL FBI ANALYST LINDA FRANKLIN. AND HE REVEALED THAT WITNESSES PLACE MALVO AT SEVERAL OF THE CRIME SCENES. THE 17-YEAR-OLD WAS ORDERED HELD WITHOUT BOND AT AN ADULT DETENTION FACILITY.
SOT/HORAN.

people charged with murder are held without bond and belong in max.security BUT MALVO'S PUBLIC DEFENDER SAYS NO ONE SHOULD JUMP TO ANY CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THE EVIDENCE. MICHAEL ARIF/PUBLIC DEFENDER The fingerprints don't mean anything.I don't know whose fingerprints are on this manila envelope... doesn't mean he did anything with them. HOURS EARLIER, 41-YEAR-OLD JOHN MUHAMMAD, UNSHAVEN, WEARING AN ORANGE PRISON JUMPSUIT AND IN SHACKLES, FACED A VIRGINIA JUDGE FOR THE FIRST TIME. MUHAMMAD FACES CAPITOL MURDER AND TERRORISM CHARGES FOR THE DEATH OF A MAN PUMPING GAS IN MANASSAS, VIRGINIA... PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, WHERE THE TRIAL WILL BE HELD..."DOES" ALLOW CAMERAS IN THE COURTROOM, BUT THE PROSECUTOR SAYS HE OPPOSES IT IN HIGH PROFILE CASES. THE GOVERNMENT DECIDED VIRGINIA IS THE BEST PLACE TO TRY MOHAMMAD AND MALVO, BECAUSE NOT ONLY DOES THE STATE HAVE THE DEATH PENALTY, IT ALLOWS EXECUTION OF MINORS. MOHAMMAD WILL BE BACK IN COURT NEXT WEEK...MALVO RETURNS IN EARLY DECEMBER.))

[Kilgore-snipers]


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The state's top attorney says he's confident Virginia prosecutors will be able to get the death penalty against the two sniper suspects.
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Attorney General Jerry Kilgore says prosecutors have covered their bases by charging both suspects under the state's capital murder law and it's new anti-terrorism statute.
Even though Kilgore expects defense attorneys to challenge the new law, he believes it will be upheld.
He also says he supports the death penalty for the 17-year-old suspect, John Lee Malvo.
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Kilgore says he expects both trials to begin early next year.
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[King]


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Make the most of your opportunities... that was the message delivered by Martin Luther King the Third in Lynchburg today.
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The son of the slain civil rights leader spoke to a large crowd of E-C Glass high school students. King says his father used to encourage people to be the best they could, whether they were an artist or a street sweeper.
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((MARTIN LUTHER KING, III/CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER:SWEEP STREETS LIKE RAPHAEL PAINTED PICTURES, SWEEP STREETS SO WELL SO THAT ALL THE HOSTS OF HEAVENS AND EARTH WOULD HAVE TO PAUSE AND SAY HERE LIVED A GREAT STREET SWEEPER THAT DID HIS JOB WELL. SO IN LIFE WE HAVE GOT TO FIND OUT WHAT WE CAN DO, WHAT WE WANT TO DO, AND DO THAT JOB BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE.))
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King also was in town to help raise funds for the Lynchburg Jubilee Family Development Center.
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Still ahead on News 7... a father and son murdered in Southside... now police have made some arrests.
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Plus this guy's last in the New York City Marathon... but it wasn't for lack of effort.
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((Hey, folks, Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, the high school football regular season is in the books. We'll have highlights from Floyd to Chatham, plus Tech and UVA are road warriors this weekend, and the Express chills out with Greensboro. And Ryan Newman makes history in Phoenix. All that and more in sports.))

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A Pittsylvania County woman is behind bars- a suspect in her husband's murder.
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51- year old Julian Clifton Lewis Junior was shot..
So was his 25 year old son Charles J. Lewis.
The son's body was found at a home on Loop Road in the Keeling community early in the morning October 30th.
His father died a short time later.
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Now the 51 year old's wife .. 33 year old Teresa Michelle Lewis is under arrest- along with a 22 year old.. Matthew Jesse Shallenberger of Danville.
Both are charged with first degree murder in the death of Julian Lewis Junior- Both are being held without bond... More charges ARE pending.

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Authorities investigating the Short Family murders say the man who provided information for a key search warrant has passed a polygraph test.
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Gary L. Lemons was Garrison Bowman's landlord.
His statements to investigators were the basis for a search of the property where Bowman lived before leaving for Canada.
Lemons volunteered to take a lie detector test to clear any suspicions about his statements, and today the Henry County Sheriff's Office said he passed.
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((CAPT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: IT'S NOT SOMETHING THAT WE NORMALLY DO, BUT THIS GENTLEMAN FEELS THAT HE HAS BEEN SOMEWHAT HOUNDED. AND HE WOULD LIKE IT TO BE KNOWN THAT HE HAS COOPERATED FULLY, TO THE EXTENT OF A POLYGRAPH. ))
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Captain Kimmy Nester says people need to realize that Lemons did the right thing by taking his suspicions to investigators... and that anyone who may have useful information in the case should step forward.
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To the extent that investigators have been able to confirm Lemons' statements, they say the information has proven to be accurate.
While there was no "false floor" in Bowman's van as a search warrant affidavit indicated, authorities say substantial modifications had been made to the interior of the vehicle.
They say the term "false floor" may have been chosen by the officer taking the statement.... not Lemons.
Garrison Bowman has not been charged in the case. He denies any involvement in the Short family murders.

[Winona]


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It appears Winona Ryder may have rasied security guards suspisions at other stores before her encounter at Saks Fifth Avenue-
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Newly released documents say the actress was observed three times by security at two stores- BEFORE her arrest last December at Saks.
That arrest led to Ryder's conviction for shoplifting.
According to court transcripts Ryder was never charged in the alleged incidents at Barney's in New York and Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills.
That information was not allowed as evidence in her trial.
Some video though of evidence that was allowed- including the pair of scissors allegedly used to cut tags, clothes with holes, socks and more.
Ryder faces sentencing next month.
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[No-Talking]


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Teachers usually frown on talking in class.
But now in some schools, students aren't allowed to talk in the halls either.
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A middle school principal in Fayetteville, North Carolina came up with the idea.
He thinks the code of silence will make kids more focused on their schoolwork and cut down on disruptions and discipline problems.
Students have already found a way around the policy.
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((CHATILA LEWIS/STUDENT; WE LIKE, MEET ME IN THE BATHROOM AND WE CAN TALK WHATEVER. OR LIKE, A FEW MINUTES BEFORE A CLASS, THE TEACHERS LET US TALK AND WE TRY TO GET AS MUCH GOSSIP GOING AROUND AS WE COULD.))
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Some of the students at the school do actually agree with hush policy because it allows for fewer conflicts among students.
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Downtown workaholics will soon have a place to work out.
We'll show you next on News 7.
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Plus imagine looking up and seeing yourself as a gargoyle.
That's what happened to some big university donors... and they weren't happy about it.
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[Carilion-Zoom]


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Carilion is expanding its fitness centers with a downtown location.
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"Zoom-Fitness on the Go" in under construction on the first floor of the First Union building. It's a bit different than your average gym. Customers don't pay a membership or initiation fee.
Instead, they're charged each time they go- They can buy a 10-day pass or an unlimited monthly membership.

The gym opens on January 2nd and will have about 30-pieces of cardiovascular equipment, weights, locker rooms and a nack bar. Officials hope it appeals to busy downtown workers and residents and if it's a success, other locations will open.
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[NYC-Marathon]


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Though he may be better SUITED for a deep sea plunge, Lloyd Scott just crossed the finish line of a marathon that began five days ago.
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He walked 26-point-2 miles wearing a 130-pound deep sea diving suit-- and he did it all for charity. He did stop on Thursday to spend the night with some hospitable New York fire-fighters, and finished the marathon, today while being cheered on by spectators. His march through the city's boroughs raised money for New York fire-fighters and the British charity--Cancer and Leukemia in Childhood. Scott said that motivated him to make it all the way. This is the second time Scott has completed a marathon in the suit.
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Coming up in sports, the regular season is over for high school football, week 11 highlights are on the way, Uva and Tech are set for road battles tomorrow and the Express entertains the Bandit, but first in tonight's extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00]


the Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings paid a visit to the White House today. President Bush received a Red Wings jersey and a miniature Stanley Cup from the team and retiring Coach Scotty Bowman.
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We wrap up the high school football regular season tonight with several teams having already secured playoff spots and others still working on making the post season.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Eagles vs. Hilltoppers; :00]


We start in the Hill City of Lynchburg where the Franklin County Eagles came a callin on E-C Glass. LeBryan Patterson carried the mail tonight for the Eagles. He rushed for two scores as Franklin County wins
[SUPER=36-Franklin Co./21/E.C.Glass/14/;]

it 21-14 and carries a 9 and 1 mark to the post season.
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[S-Vikes]


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The Northside Vikings hoped to finish off a perfect season tonight against Christiansburg.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Blue Demons vs. Vikings; :00]


Early on, the Vikes go to work from their own 40. Dewayne "Pooh" Saunders takes the pigskin on the reverse. Pooh takes it 59 yards down to the Blue Demons 1 yard line to setup a touchdown.
Saunders wasn't done yet. On Northside's next possession, he takes it in from 17 yards out and Northside
[SUPER=36-Christiansburg/14/Northside/41/;]

cruises past Christiansburg 41 to 14 and moves to ten and oh.
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[S-Hargrave]


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The postgraduate programs at Hargrave Military and Fork Union hooked up this afternoon - as some of the best talent in the nation was showcased in Chatham.
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[SUPER=03-Chatham/Fork Union vs. Hargrave; ;00]

UVa-bound linebacker Ahmad Brooks and his head coach Robert Prunty went to their bag of tricks early in this one. Oliver Taylor -on the fake field goal - spots a wide open Matt Roan from Pulaski County for the touchdown. Hargrave takes a 7-to-nothing lead on the visitors. Special teams would be a special theme for the Tigers all day long.
[super=36-Fork Union/14/Hargrave/28;]

They block the punt and Patrick Slay catches it in the end zone for six more. Hargrave beats Fork Union 28-to-14.
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That's just a sampling of what's to come on Friday Football Extra. Mike Stevens will have highlights from 12 games. For now here's an early look at tonight's scoreboard. [TAKE SCOREBOARD]
[FFE-Scores 11/8]

[SUPER=55-Dan River/0/Martinsville/27/John Battle/12/George Wythe/51/Bland Co./16/Grayson Co./27;]



[SUPER=55-William Byrd/14/Blacksburg/27/Lebanon/34/Lee/6/Jefferson Forest/13/Brookville/20;]



[SUPER=55-Abingdon/0/Marion/31/Fieldale-Collinsville/7/Magna Vista/35/Bassett/0/Patrick Co./41;]



[SUPER=55-Bath Co./41/Covington/20/Lord Botetourt/0/Salem/21/Galax/41/Pocahontas/0;]



[SUPER=55-Franklin Co./21/E.C. Glass/14/William Fleming/35/Alleghany/7/Prince Edward/72/Altavista/6;]



[SUPER=55-Woodstock Central/0/Riverheads/56/Auburn/14/E. Montgomery/24/Parry McCluer/7/Craig Co./20;]



[SUPER=55-Radford/7/Floyd Co./19/Heritage/26/Liberty/13/Graham/42/Carroll Co./14;]



[SUPER=55-Christiansburg/14/Northside/41/Richlands/14/Bluefield/17/Virginia/6/Tazewell/10;]



[SUPER=55-G.W. Danville/49/Cave Spring/0/Gretna/30/William Campbell/33/Tunstall/34/Laurel Park/0;]



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[SUPER=55-R.E. Lee/No/Rockbridge Co./Report/Appomattox/No/Chatham/Report/Narrows/No/Fort Chiswell/Report;]



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[S-Tech]


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The Hokies will be without Vegas Robinson, DeAngelo Hall, and Kevin Jones tomorrow in the Carrier Dome, which means that several folks will have to step it up Syracuse. That includes Lee Suggs who is prepared to be a workhorse in the absence of the other half of the Untouchables.
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The Virginia Cavaliers are on the road at Penn State for a 3-30 kickoff. The Cavs and Nittany Lions sport identical 6 and 3 records.
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Penn State's passing attack has been solid, but the Cavs must focus on stopping running back Larry Johnson who has rushed for over 530 yards in two of Penn State's last three games.
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[WIPE to PINNACLE #12997]


And don't forget tomorrow afternoon, doubleheader action right here on Your Hometown Station. At noon, the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame tries to get back on the winning track against Navy, while
[TAKE PINNACLE #12998]


Miami carries its 30 game winning streak to Neyland Stadium to battle Tennessee and 107 thousand Volunteer fans.

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[WIPE to ENG!!!]

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The Roanoke Express was back on the home ice tonight looking for its 4th win in five games.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Express vs. Greensboro; :00]


It was Friday fight night at the Roundhouse, as Roanoke's Dan Sullivan mixes it up with Tim O'Connell. The Express led 4-2 in the second, when Greensboro cashes in on the two man advantage. Matt Turek gets the goal off the deflection to make it 4-3 Roanoke.
The Express got a little breathing room when Dylan Gyori finds Rick Kowalsky just inside the blue line.
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Kowalsky fires in the tally for a 5-3 cushion and Roanoke goes on to win it 6 to 4.
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[S-Qual]


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We finish up on the track where Ryan Newman raced to the pole at Phoenix this afternoon, his 6th of the season which breaks Davey Allison's rookie record.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Phoenix/Speed Channel; :00]


Newman laid down a hot lap at 132.65 miles per hour to claim the top starting spot. John Andretti will start on the outside. Now here's the complete starting grid for Sunday's Checker Auto Parts 500.
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[go to qualifying boards]
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[SUPER=0107-1. Ryan Newman/132.655/2. John Andretti//3. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//4. Jeff Gordon//5. Dave Blaney//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-6. Kenny Wallace//7. Mark Martin//8. Joe Nemechek//9. Robby Gordon//10. Jimmy Spencer//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-11. Jeremy Mayfield//12. Jamie McMurray//13. Kurt Busch//14. Bill Elliott//15. Elliott Sadler//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-16. Tony Stewart//17. Christian Fittipaldi//18. Kyle Petty//19. Scott Wimmer//20. Jeff Burton//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-21. Ken Schrader//22. Ron Hornaday//23. Johnny Benson//24. Ricky Rudd//25. Kevin Harvick//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-26. Ward Burton//27. Dale Jarrett//28. Matt Kenseth//29. Rusty Wallace//30. Todd Bodine//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-31. Terry Labonte//32. Steve Park//33. Bobby Labonte//34. Mike Skinner//35. Ricky Craven//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-36. Jason Leffler//37. Jimmie Johnson/Prov/38. Michael Waltrip/Prov/39. Jeff Green/Prov/40. Bobby Hamilton/

Prov/;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Mike Wallace/Prov/42. Derrike Cope/Prov/43. Tony Raines/Prov/;]
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[gargoyles]


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Look up at the new Gothic dorm at Duke University and two faces look down at you-
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Durham, NC]


The sculptures were meant to surprise two wealthy donors- and they did that, but not in the way the school intended.
Apparently Aubrey and Kathleen McClendon did not expect to find their own likenesses starring down from the hall that bears their name.
The couple asked that they be taken down.
The Gargoyles will be replaced by new ones that don't look like the McClendons. (------------) A plaque will be put up honoring the couple who donated five and half million dollars to build the dorm.