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Salem opens the floodgates, anticipating record crowds this weekend.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

But Franklin Graham isn't counting his flock yet. The Reverend talks about tonight's festival and those he hopes to reach.
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Tonight in sports, Steve Mason checks in from the Cosmopolitan track meet, qualifying from the state capital, and

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Tony Shaver is leaving Hampden-Sydney to be the new head basketball coach at William & Mary.
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[WX-Head]
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Severe weather is firing in North Carolina and Virginia will likely see showers later tonight and tomorrow. Full forecast details coming up. [Open]
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[SOT 14:31]
[IN Q=It's not a church]

((IT'S NOT A CHURCH SERVICE. WE HAVE A LOT OF MUSIC. IT'S LOUD. IF YOU'RE HARD OF HEARING, YOU'RE GOING TO LIKE THAT.))
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[OUT Q=to like that.]
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[V/O-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

Franklin Graham's Festival is not his father's Crusade.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

The stage is set for opening night, as they're ramping up the amps.
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
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And I'm Keith Humphry. [Graham-Festival]
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Starting time is less than an hour away.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Thousands are gathering this hour at Salem Stadium for the first night of the Southwest Virginia Festival led by Franklin Graham.
A lot of work and preparation has gone into making tonight's event.
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Rachel Cannon is in Salem tonight to tell us whether it's running smoothly. Rachel?
Keith and Shannon, so far so good. The gates opened a little bit ago and people are already beginning to file in.
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Both traffic and parking have been a big concern.
That's because space is limited and so are the roads leading to Salem. ((ROLLCUE:...ARE THE ROADS LEADING TO SALEM.))
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(( ((NATS 15:14:15 "I'LL SEEK A CURE, YES I WILL. )) Music is a big part of the Southwest Virginia Festival. So is months and months of preparation.
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[SOT 15:15:52]
[IN Q=WE STARTED]

((CAREY HARVEYCUTTER/DIRECTOR OF CIVIC FACILITIES; WE STARTED PREPARATIONS FROM OUR STANDPOINT LAST AUGUST I VISITED THE FESTIVAL IN SPOKANE WASHINGTON TO GET SOME SEMBLANCE OH WHAT WAS COMING OUT WAY.))
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Plenty of people are coming. Some 20-thousand for each show held during the three day event. It will mean extra cars on the road and traffic tie-ups throughout the Valley.
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[SOT 15:02:45]
[IN Q=there's going]

((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT SPOKESMAN; THERE'S GOING TO BE A LOT OF VISITORS AND I THINK EVERYONE IS GOING TO BE VERY PATIENT AND ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO REACH THEIR DESTINATIONS. ))
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Interstate-81 drivers are being asked to use exit 141 and 140 off the highway. Message boards will also be used to assists motorists with traffic patterns and parking. Once the Salem sports complex lot is full, shuttle buses will run from satellite locations
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[SOT 15:03:00]
[IN Q=THERE ARE]

((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT SPOKESMAN; THERE ARE SATELLITE PARKING LOTS FOR THE FESTIVAL THAT'S TAKING PLACE IN SALEM AND THOSE PARKING LOTS ARE OPENING UP TWO HOURS BEFORE PROGRAM TIME.))
[OUT Q=TIME.]))
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All that traffic and parking information is available on the Internet,
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[Take WDBJ Web Page FS] so if you missed anything, or if you just want to check it in more detail, you'll find a link to that site on our home page at wdbj7-dot-com, then click "Websites in the News."
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While traffic managers may be wondering what to do with all the Festival goers, Franklin Graham's more concerned there won't be enough traffic to fill the stadium.
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(( Reverend Graham left his Harley at home and FLEW into Roanoke from North Carolina. He got here in time to meet the faithful, to thank them for laying the groundwork that he hopes will ensure a successful weekend.
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((I'M TELLING OUR GUYS, "DON'T BE SO CONFIDENT THIS PLACE IS GOING TO BE FILLED." I WOULD BE HAPPY IF WE COULD FILL IT ONE NIGHT.))
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But it's not the 130 or so church leaders and Festival organizers Graham's worried about attracting... not even the entire congregation of each of the 500 churches that have helped spread the word and the workload.
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((THIS WHOLE SERVICE AS GEARED AT UNCHURCHED PEOPLE, PEOPLE THAT DON'T GO TO CHURCH. OUR CHURCH PEOPLE WILL BE THERE BUT WE ARE FOCUSING THE ENTIRE WEEKEND FOR PEOPLE THAT ARE UNCHURCHED.))
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Each service is designed to lead up to Graham's closing sermon, his "Invitation" to Christ. Along the way, what may appear to be a moment of meditation for the Evangelist on stage is much more focused than it looks.
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((I'LL SEE A SECTION OF THE AUDIENCE AND I'LL JUST PRAY THAT THERE'S SOMEONE THERE THAT DOESN'T KNOW CHRIST (:10) SOMEBODY THERE THAT FEELS THAT LIFE HAS PASSED THEM BY AND THERE'S NO HOPE FOR THEM.))
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((IT TAKES QUITE A BIT OF EFFORT. Has you message evolved over time. YEAH. YEAH, I THINK AS YOU GET OLDER YOU SEE SOME THINGS THAT WORK AND SOME THINGS, SOME MESSAGES, I'VE RETIRED, YOU PREACH THEM A COUPLE TIMES AND UM IT DOESN'T CLICK, YOU KNOW.))
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All of this is performed in the name of the Father and the son, yes the heavenly Father and His son... but it's also patterned after Graham's famous Father, the Reverend BILLY Graham... who by the way appears to have won his battle with Parkinson's Disease.
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[SOT 12:05]
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((HE SAYS, FRANKLIN, QUIT TELLING EVERYBODY HOW GOOD I'M DOING. OR THEY'LL QUIT PRAYING FOR ME. (:03) REALLY, HE'S DOING MUCH BETTER.))
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Billy Graham is now 85, and Franklin Graham says his father has more energy now than when he was 75.

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Federal agents say two fires at a historic Dublin Church are NOT the work of an arsonist.
But they're still not sure WHAT caused them.
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The Dublin United Methodist Church caught fire Monday -- just three weeks after the first one.
Both fires started in the oldest part of the church, which was built in the late 1800s.
Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms were called in to investigate.
Though they've ruled out arson, local investigators are still working to determine the cause.
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Police in Giles County credit an anonymous tip with leading to an arrest for a Christmas Day robbery.
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[SUPER=10-Giles Co./Surveillance Video/December 25]


Authorities say 26 year old Jason Craft entered the Super Value Convenience store on Route 460, showed a gun to the clerk and got away with 940 dollars.
Police say Craft also held a woman in Roanoke at gunpoint and stole her car to use as a getaway car.
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The Narrows Police chief says investigators interviewed Craft last night and that he confessed to the robbery.
Craft is being held at the Roanoke County Jail on separate charges.

[RU-Visitors]


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Radford University has approved a price hike for its students next year.
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[SUPER=03-Radford/File Tape;]

The Radford Board of Visitors unanimously approved a round of tuition increases today, in what the schools says is a response to state budget cuts. The total tuition, fees, and room and board will rise by more than 500 dollars for in-state undergraduate students, and more than eleven-hundred for out of state students. For graduate level study, in-state students will pay nearly 400 dollars more next year, and out of state students will pay nearly 800 dollars more. The Board of Visitors also discussed launching a new fundraising campaign, but did not take any action.
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Virginia Democrats may have more say in next year's presidential race. We'll explain just ahead.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And art students have a "brush" with Lynchburg's historic district. The pallet of plans in just a few minutes.
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[Warner-primary]


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Virginians will now have more say in who gets to live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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Governor Warner today signed into law a bill moving up the date of the state's Democratic presidential primary.
Virginia Republicans moved up their selection process a few years ago.
Warner says in the past, Virginia has had little say in either party's nominating process.
He says that has now changed.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: IN THE END THESE EARLY PRIMARIES REALLY ARE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF ALL VIRGINIANS REGARDLESS OF PARTY BECAUSE THE MORE VIRGINIANS HAVE A SAY IN WHO OUR NEXT PRESIDENT MAY BE, I THINK THE BETTER IT IS FOR THE COMMONWEALTH.))
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((STATE SENATOR BEN LAMBERT/BILL PATRON: IT CERTAINLY WILL MOVE VIRGINIA UP THE LINE TO REALLY PARTICIPATE WITH THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE AND THE OTHER COMMITTEES TO GET MORE PARTICIPATION PARTICULARLY IN THE SOUTH.))
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Warner's signature moves Virginia's Democratic presidential primary to February 10th.
That is a few weeks after New Hampshire and Iowa get the first shot at picking the nominees.
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[Special-Events]


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A proposed merger in Roanoke could soon pay dividends in downtown entertainment.
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Next week, Roanoke City Council will consider plans to combine the city's special events committee with Festival in the Park.
The new entity will be called Event Zone, and will work as a private contractor to market downtown as an entertainment venue.
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Event Zone is modeled after Norfolk Festevents, an organization that manages fourteen events and a number of concerts every year.

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The city of Roanoke has learned that if at first you don't succeed, it never hurts to try again.
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency initially denied the city's request for assistance to help pay for damage caused by the February floods.
City leaders appealed, and today F-E-M-A granted the request.
The money will be used to clean up Smith and Wasena Parks which saw nearly 80-thousand dollars in damage.
The city is still waiting to hear from F-E-M-A on how much money it will actually receive.
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Stocks shook off higher unemployment numbers to post a strong finish for the week. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The Dow gained 128 points. Nasdaq climbed 30.
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[Art-Class]
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Over the years, Lynchburg's historic architecture has been the subject of countless photographs and books.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

Today it inspired a class of budding artists, as Steve Smallshaw explains.
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[IN Q=On a picture]
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[SUPER=01-Seymour Woodnick/Art Student; :19]
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(( On a picture-perfect day in one of Lynchburg's most picturesque neighborhoods, it was a great time to.. well, paint a picture.
That's exactly what these students from the Lynchburg Fine Arts Center were doing.. each claiming a patch of shade and trying to capture a piece of the Diamond Hill Historic District.
[SOT 17:53:04]

((SEYMOUR WOODNICK/ART STUDENT: IT'S A WONDERFUL AREA BECAUSE YOU CAN JUST STAY IN ONE SPOT AND PAINT SOMETHING, MAKE A SLIGHT TURN AND YOU HAVE SOMETHING ELSE TO PAINT, ANOTHER TURN, YOU CAN TURN 360 DEGREES YOU CAN HAVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO PAINT.))
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[OUT Q=different to paint.]
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((KAREN BOWDEN/ART STUDENT: ACTUALLY WHAT I LOVE IS THE BETWEEN THE SHADOWS THAT ARE BEING CAST, THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE LIGHTS AND THE DARKS ON THERE.))
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Today, architecture and the sun combined to create a tricky amalgam of angles and colors ..with each student trying to replicate those lines and temperatures on their canvas.
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((THIS IS SO SIMILAR TO THAT.. IT ALMOST DOESN'T DO THAT. It needs to be darker. I THINK SO.))
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Lending them some professional expertise was Henry Finkelstein.. a New York artist who teaches classes up and down the East Coast.
This was his second trip to Lynchburg.
[SOT 17:37:39]

((HENRY FINKELSTEIN/ART TEACHER: IT'S ASTOUNDING HERE. I HAD FORGOTTEN HOW MARVELOUS IT WAS. I CAME HERE IN THE WINTER AND KNEW THERE WAS SOMETHING HERE. THERE'S A LOT OF UP AND DOWN TOO, A LOT OF DIFFERENT-SIZED HOUSES, DIFFERENT-COLORED HOUSES.))
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[OUT Q=colored houses.]
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((HENRY FINKELSTEIN/ART TEACHER: IT'S NOT REALLY TO PAINT NOSTALGIA, BUT THE VARIETY OF TEXTURES AND THE SENSE OF SOME TIME, SOME HISTORY HERE IS PART OF THE BEAUTY OF IT TO BE SURE.))
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[OUT Q=to be sure.]
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((SEYMOUR WOODNICK/ART STUDENT: JUST THE ABILITY TO TAKE A BLANK SOMETHING AND ALL OF A SUDDEN SOMETHING CREATIVE ON THAT PIECE OF WHATEVER IT IS, AND I ENJOY THAT VERY MUCH.))
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[OUT Q=that very much.]


For this group of mostly amateur artists, compensation comes in the form of a sunny day, a quiet street corner and a chance to spend a few hours doing something they love.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))
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Finkelstein (FINK-ul-steen) is giving a lecture and slide show of his work at the Lynchburg Fine Arts Center tonight at 7.

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Coming up, two college hoops coaches with local ties find new homes, Texas Terry Labonte makes himself right at home in Richmond, and
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we'll head to the Cosmopolitan track meet in Salem where some of the area's top athletes are on display.
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The 38th annual Cosmopolitan Invitational Track and Field Meet began over at Salem High School today. Steve Mason tells us how brain and brawn won't mix at this track meet.
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((1009 athletes are competing out in the hot sun and while some have found a few ways to keep cool, Cave Spring wins the prize with the pop up camper. ((:))
But some athletes are a little hot under the collar. This years event is a week later because spring break was moved for most schools and the Cosmo had to move as well. The Saturday competition, the second day, now falls on the same day as SAT's and the senior high field events finals run during the tests. ((:))
No team is hit harder than Fleming. Ryan McCoy, the Colonels national champion triple jumper, is taking the SAT and will not have a chance to win the Cosmo or give his team valuable points in an event he is sure to win. Teammate India Mierez is the Blue Ridge Districts top shot putter, but will also miss the finals Saturday because of the test. ((:))
Patrick Henry's J.J. Elliott must finish the tests at noon and then get to Salem for a possible one o'clock 4 by 4 event.)) ((:)) ((:))


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[ANCHOR=travis]
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To the college hoop court, where former Virginia assistant coach Anthony Solomon has his first head coaching job. Today Slo was named the new skipper at Saint Bonaventure. A four year letterman for the Cavs in the mid 80's, Solomon also spent time on the staff at Clemson and the past two seasons he worked under Mike Brey at Notre Dame.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/2002-2003 Season; :00]


Hampden-Sydney's Tony Shaver is also on the move. Shaver who spent the last 17 years with the Tigers has been named the new head coach at William & Mary. Sydney won 358 games against just 121 losses during Shaver's tenure--that included trips to the Division Three Final Four in 1999, and again this past season.
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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-NCAA; :00]


Two of the nation's best college players are moving on as well. Texas guard T-J Ford has declared for the June NBA draft. Ford who led the Longhorns to the Final Four for the first time in 57 years gives up his final two seasons of eligibility.
He'll be joined in the draft by Marquette junior Dwayne Wade. The 6-4 Wade averaged nearly 22 points per game for the Golden Eagles this season.
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[S-Qual]


[ANCHOR=travis]
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[GRAPHIC=Nascar 2003]


Nascar has invaded the state capital this weekend. Last night's Busch qualifying was delayed by water seeping through the track due to strong thunderstorms on Wednesday night. There was no such trouble this afternoon for the Winston Cup drivers in qualifying for Saturday's Pontiac Excitement 400.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/SPEED; :00]


It will be an all Hendrick Motorsports front row tomorrow night. Terry Labonte won his first pole in three years with a quick lap at 126.51 miles per hour. His teammate Joe Nemechek lived up to his moniker of front row Joe to start second. The duo leads five Chevys in the top 6 starting spots.
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[S-MLB]


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We finish up on the diamond where the Chicago Cubs entered the month of May with a winning record for just the 6th time in the past 20 years.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/Fox Sports Net; :00]


The Cubbies led Colorado 5-nothing when Mark Belhorn added to the lead with his second hit of the day.
[SUPER=35-Colorado/4/Chicago/7/;]

Sammy Sosa scored for a 6 run lead. Chicago went on to beat the Rockies 7 to 4.
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