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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

A Southwest Virgina family grieves for a young soldier killed in the aftermath of the war with Iraq.
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[ANCHOR=SHannon 2-Shot]

And, the civil rights movement erupted in local bloodshed exactly forty years ago. We'll take a look back.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - the ACC presidents get together on the phone this afternoon. One of UVa's head coaches is retiring. Kyle Petty fires John Andretti -
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and Phil Mickelson weighs in on this week's US Open along with Davis Love the Third tonight in sports.
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[WX-Head]
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[SS=None]


Two days of sunshine will now be followed by a week of unsettled conditions. Not "all rain all the time" but more like passing showers. Details ahead.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 4-Shot]

News 7 is next.
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[SOT 01:28:51]
[IN Q=WE KNEW]

((RICHARD DOOLEY/MICHAEL'S FATHER: WE KNEW THE SERIOUSNESS OF IT. I TOLD HIM I WOULD BE WORRIED ABOUT HIM EVERYDAY WHILE HE WAS OVER THERE.))
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[OUT Q=OVER THERE]
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He was a son, a husband and a friend.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


A Pulaski man killed in Iraq is being remembered tonight.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


And I'm Shannon Young.
[Dooley]
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The family and friends of a Pulaski soldier killed in Iraq say he died doing what he loved.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

23-year-old Army Sergeant Michael Dooley was shot and killed Sunday night when gunmen opened fire at a roadblock near the Syrian border.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Myranda & Keith-Shannon/Microwave;]

New River Valley Bureau Chief Myranda Stephens has reaction tonight from those who knew him best. Keith and Shannon, we spoke with both of Michael's parents today.
[LIVE=Myranda/FULLMicrowave]
[SUPER=@Myranda1;]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg;]

But, as you can imagine, his mother, Ann Davis was just too broken up to talk to us on camera. But we were able to interview his father, Russell Dooley and a close friend who knew Michael well.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Russell Dooley/Michael's Father;]
[SUPER=03-Pulaski;]
[SUPER=01-Kelly Howlett/Friend;]
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[OUT Q=WAS PRETTY NEAT ]

(([COVER FIRST PART OF BITE W/PICTURE!!!]
[SOT 01:27:47]

[RUNS07] ((RUSSELL DOOLEY/MICHAEL'S FATHER: HE'S ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT HE WANTED TO GO IN TO THE SERVICE AS SOON AS HE GOT OUT OF SCHOOL. HE CHOSE TO DO THAT.)) After graduating from Pulaski County High School in 1998, Michael fulfilled his dream of becoming a soldier. He served in the Third Armored Calvary Regiment out of Fort Carson, Colorado, where he worked as a loader on a tank. But, in March, Michael put his training to work, fighting for his country over in Iraq.
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[SOT 01:29:38]

[RUNS15] ((RUSSELL DOOLEY/MICHAEL'S FATHER: HE SAID HE WOULD BE PROUD TO FIGHT FOR HIS COUNTRY. IF HE GOT KILLED, HE WOULD THINK HE WAS DOING THE RIGHT THING FOR AMERICA. HE WAS VERY PROUD TO DO WHAT HE WAS DOING.))
[SOT 802]

[RUNS05] ((KELLY HOWLETT: HE WAS JUST A LIKEABLE PERSON, YOU CAN'T HELP BUT NOT TO LIKE HIM 807)) Kelly Howlett was Michael's barber for eight years. He says the one thing he remembers most about Michael, was his relationship with his eleven-year-old brother, Jacob.
[SOT 728]

[RUNS12] ((I THOUGHT THAT WAS ALWAYS SPECIAL THAT EVERYTIME HE'D COME IN DOOLEY WOULD ALWAYS BRING HIS LITTLE BROTHER WITH HIM, THEY'D GET HAIRCUTS TOGETHER YOU KNOW AND I ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT WAS PRETTY NEAT 740))))
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Michael and his wife Christine had been married for only a year before he was deployed to Iraq. The couple was expecting their first child in October and the family says the boy will be named after his father.

[DOUBLE BOXES=Myranda & Keith-Shannon/Microwave;]

Keith and Shannon, the funeral will be held in his wife's hometown of Pennsylvania, but a local memorial will be held this Saturday.

[Iraq-Casualties]


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Michael Dooley is one of 42 Americans who have died in Iraq in the past few weeks
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[TAKE PINNACLE 1010]
Ten of those deaths have been from hostile fire, since the day President Bush announced the end of major combat.
The rest have been from accidents. [CHANGE TO PINNACLE 1011]
During the main assault on Iraq, 138 members of the U.S. military died, from all causes.
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[Conference-Call]


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The presidents of the nine Atlantic Coast Conference schools were scheduled to hold a conference call at four this afternoon to talk about expansion.
The ACC also invited representatives from Miami, Boston College and Syracuse to listen in.
There's no word yet about what was discussed or if it will have any effect on plans to bring the three Big East schools into the ACC.

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Meanwhile, Governor Mark Warner says the Big East and the A-C-C should go to mediation, not to court.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC/Last Week;]


Virginia Tech and four other Big East schools are suing the A-C-C to stop the raid on their league.
Warner today called on the N-C-A-A to intervene in the dispute rather than allow a lengthy and expensive legal battle.
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[SOT 12:00:56]
[IN Q=I STILL BELIEVE THAT BOTH]

((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: I STILL BELIEVE THAT BOTH VA TECH AND UVA NEED TO BE IN MAJOR ATHLETIC CONFERENCES AND WHAT I SIMPLY SAID TODAY WAS IF THERE IS A CHANCE FOR MEDIATION FOR THE NCAA OR SOME OTHER ORGANIZATION SO THAT WE CAN AVOID LONG LITIGATION THAT'S AN OPTION THAT OUGHT TO BE EXPLORED.))
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[OUT Q=OUGHT TO BE EXPLORED.]
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The N-C-A-A today said it lacks the authority to intervene in a school's right to pick its own conference affiliation.
But the organization says it will assist in any way it can IF the parties ask for its help.
Representatives of the five schools that are suing say they are not opposed to mediation.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]
[SS=NONE]


Southside marks a painful anniversary tonight.
We'll remember "Bloody Monday" when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


And as area democrats go to the polls, some are casting their ballots with new high-tech equipment.
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[Voting]
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You have less than an hour to go to the polls.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

Today voters in the 11th District are picking their Democratic candidate for the House of Delegates.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Shannon & Rachel /Microwave;]

Rachel Cannon joins us from a Roanoke polling location with the latest figures on the race, Rachel? Keith and Shannon, turnout has been low, but officials and candidates expect that in a primary.
[LIVE= Rachel /FULL Microwave]
[SUPER=@Rachel1;]
[SUPER=05-Roanoke]

But what makes today's results more important is that the winner, either Onzlee Ware or Brian Shepard, will likely go to Richmond. So far there is no one running as a Republican or Independent in the race for the 11th District.
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[SUPER=01-Stephanie Scordas/Voter; :14]
[SUPER=01-Brian Shepard/(D) House of Delegates Candidate; :32]
[SUPER=01-Onzlee Ware/(D) House of Delegates Candidate; :52]
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((NATS 19:42:51 "THAT'S EASY" Stephanie Scordas is one of the few to cast a ballot today. Out of an estimated 38-thousand registered voters in the 11th District, officials say so far nearly six-percent came to the polls.
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[SOT 19:40:36]
[IN Q=i think]

((STEPHANIE SCORDAS/VOTER; I THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT PEOPLE COME OUT AND BECAUSE ITS SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA THIS IS HOW WE TRICKLE DOWN THE DOLLARS DOWN FROM NORTHERN VIRGINIA.))
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NATS 19:39:39 "well it's nice to meet you" Low turnout is no surprise to the candidates. Still Brian Shepard hopes his campaign message that he's the best man for the job translates into votes.
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[SOT 19:36:10]
[IN Q=WELL IT'S]

((BRIAN SHEPARD/(D) HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE; WELL IT'S ALWAYS HARD TO REMIND PEOPLE THAT THERE IS AN ELECTION DAY IN THE MIDDLE OF JUNE SO THAT'S WHAT WE'VE BEEN WORKING ON LETTING THEM KNOW AND TRYING TO GET THEM OUT TODAY. ))
[OUT Q=OUT TODAY.]

NATS Onzlee shaking hands please On primary day, Onzlee Ware is also trying to get the vote out. He says turnout isn't the best but it is steady at Democratic strongholds within the district.
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[IN Q=it's not how]

((ONZLEE WARE/(D) HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE; IT'S NOT HOW YOU START IT'S HOW YOU FINISH AND SO WE'RE GOING TO FINISH THIS THING STRONG WORK UP UNTIL THE POLLS CLOSE. ))
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The polls will close in less than an hour. There is a total of 23 precincts in the 11th District, a majority in the City of Roanoke and two in the Town of Vinton.
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Keith and Shannon, Seven p-m. is also the deadline for a Republican or Independent candidate to file to run but the expectation is that today's winner race will run un-opposed in the general election.







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The other contested races we're following this evening are in Halifax County, where two incumbents are opposed on the Republican ballot. Commonwealth's Attorney John Greenbacker Junior faces a challenge from Kim Slayton White, and Keith Tribble is taking on Sheriff Jeffrey Oakes.

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We'll have complete primary results and reaction tonight on News 7 at 11,
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[Take WDBJ7 Web FS] and for continuous primary updates throughout the evening, go to our home page at wdbj7-dot-com.
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[New-Machines]


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Voting in Vinton took a new form today, one that many other voters may use in a few years.
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[SUPER=03-Vinton;]

Roanoke County election officials are putting a computerized voting system to the test, one they say is simple to use.
Poll workers activate a touch-screen computer that voters then use to make their choice.
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[SOT 15:46:40]
[IN Q= It's a touch-screen]

((DEBBIE OLIVIERI/ADVANCED VOTING SOLUTIONS:IT'S A TOUCH-SCREEN SYSTEM. IT IS ALSO THE ONLY WIRELESS SYSTEM CURRENTLY OUT THERE ON THE MARKET WHICH GIVES THE EASE OF POLL WORKERS IN THE OPENING AND CLOSING PROCEDURE OF THE POLLING PLACE.
AT THE END, IT ACTUALLY TOTALIZES ENTIRE PRECINCTS SO THEY DON'T HAVE TO MANUALLY TOTAL EACH INDIVIDUAL MACHINE.))
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One Vinton voter who gave it a try thought it worked just fine.
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[IN Q= I found it very]

(( HANNAH DONAHUE/VOTER: I FOUND IT VERY EASY AND CLEAR TO USE. I LIKED IT. IT SEEMED VERY REASONABLE. THE OTHERS SEEMED QUITE OUTDATED, THE CRANK. I THOUGHT IT WAS GREAT.))
[SUPER=01- Hannah Donahue/Voter]
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[OUT Q=thought it was great]
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A built-in audio feature helps the visually impaired and the computer is mobile for the physically handicapped. Roanoke County officials say if test runs work well, they may purchase similar machines for the entire county.
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[Winston]


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An eight-year-old girl who watched as her mother was gunned down last year called the killer "Mr. No Name" because he wore a mask and never showed his face.
Today, Lynchburg prosecutors promised a jury to put both a face and a name to that suspect.
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Authorities say 22-year-old Leon Jermain Winston was one of two men who burst into this home at 410 Sussex Street in April of 2002.
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/April 2002]


Winston and his accomplice allegedly shot and killed Rhonda and Anthony Robinson.. Rhonda Robinson was murdered in front of her two young daughters.
Prosecutors say D-N-A evidence links Winston to one of the murder weapons and a witness claims Winston bragged to him about committing the crime.
The defense argues a third suspect is responsible for the murders.
Testimony in the trial got underway today and is expected to last at least a week.
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[Stocks]


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Wall Street resumed its upward trek today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW climbed 75 points.
NASDAQ rose 24.
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[Bloody-Monday]
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Forty years ago tonight, the civil rights movement turned ugly in Danville.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


It started out as a prayer vigil near city hall.
[ANCHOR=Keith]
[SS=None]


Police and city employees were waiting with high pressured hoses and nightsticks.
The beatings that followed injured 47 black demonstrators.
Tonight, Justin McLeod shows us the aftermath of what is often referred to as "Bloody Monday."
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Danville/1963; :00]
[SUPER=10-Julian Stinson/Danville Mayor/1963; :38]
[SUPER=10-Rev. Lawrence Campbell/March Organizer/1963; :56]
[SUPER=10-Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr./Civil Rights Leader/1963; 1:14]
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((((NAT SOUN OF PROTEST AT 1:20))
The response was immediate. ((NAT SOUND OF PROTEST AT 2:10))
They were protests at city hall, sit-ins at a local restaurant (7:59) and marches through the streets of Danville (20:12)
The demonstrators were fighting to end the Jim Crow system of segregation.
[SOT 5:24]
[IN Q=But the negro]

((REV. LAWRENCE CAMPBELL: BUT THE NEGRO HAS GOTTEN RID OF FEAR, HE IS NOT SCARED OF ANYBODY. THEN NAT SOUND OF RESPONSE.)) [Runs05]
[OUT Q=NAT SOUND OF RESPONSE]


But police and city leaders also had no intention of backing down.
A local judge issued a broad injunction against those who marched through the city's streets seeking equality.
[SOT 2:59]
[IN Q=In the event]

((JULIAN STINSON/DAVNILLE MAYOR: IN THE EVENT THAT THEY DO NOT WE ARE GOING TO USE WHATEVER MEANS AT OUR COMMAND TO ENFORCE THIS DECISION.)) [Runs09]
[OUT Q=NAT SOUND OF DEMONSTRATORS WHERE POLICE HAVE HOSES]


And the police had the means to do so.
There were many arrests and beatings. (arrests at 11:54, injured at 14:16)
That led to demonstrations on how protestors could protect themselves from the riot batons. (9:23)
[SOT 14:45]
[IN Q=We are not advocating]

((REV. LAWRENCE CAMPBELL: WE ARE NOT ADVOCATING VIOLENCE WE ARE NOT FIGHTING AGAINST OUR WELL BEING. WE ARE JUST ASKING THOSE MEN THAT ARE WITHIN THE POWER STRUCTURE TO GIVE US OUR EQUAL RIGHTS.)) [Runs11]
[OUT Q=our equal rights]


That fight over equal rights prompted Martin Luther King Junior to visit Danville on July 11th.
[SOT 15:49]
[IN Q=Very seldom ever]

((DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR: VERY SELDOM EVER HAVE I HEARD OF A POLICE FORCE AS BEING AS BRUTAL AND VICIOUS AS THE POLICE FORCE HERE IN DANVILLE VIRGINIA.)) [Runs11]
[OUT Q=Danville Virginia]


What happened in Danville is not considered a defining moment in the civil rights movement.
But it's clear what happened forty years ago is still very much on the minds on the people who live here and lived through it.
Justin McLeod, News 7.))

[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight on the Big 7- the ACC presidents talk on the phone - let's hope they have unlimited minutes. Plus, Travis Wells previews this week's US Open golf tournament,
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[VO-NAT]

and the fabled number 43 suffers another setback as the Pettys fire John Andretti.
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[S-ACC]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The ACC-Big East presidents and chancellors got together on a conference call this afternoon, and you just have to think phone manners took a back seat.
[GRAPHIC=DUKE/UNC]

Even before they started chatting Duke and North Carolina let it be known that they were wavering big time on voting in the three new members from Miami, Boston College and Syracuse. Keep in mind - if Carolina and Duke voted NO, the only way to get the necessary seven votes needed would be for UVa to change its vote to a yes. Can you imagine the fallout from that should it happen?
[GRAPHIC=LAWSUIT]

No word on what was discussed today, but the lawyer who is representing the Big East in their fight to stop the expansion has been a busy boy. The discovery process of the case has found that Miami was talking expansion as early as January of 2002.
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[VO NAT CON'T]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC/Last Wednesday; :00]


That wouldn't be a problem, except that the discovery process also contends that in 2002 Miami President Donna Shalala was making commitments to the Big East conference. On March 6th of 2002 - some of those remarks were apparently made while Miami representatives were having secret talks with the ACC.
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[S-Womack]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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In one other ACC note tonight - one of the truly good guys in all of college athletics is retiring from coaching at UVa.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-This Season; :00]

Dennis Womack, the head baseball coach at Virginia for the last 23 years is giving up that post to become an assistant athletic director. His teams at UVa won 594 games and lost 605. Twice the Cavs went to the NCAA tourney under his guidance and he won the ACC title in 1996 - while never having the benefit of full scholarships. Womack will then take over management of facilities and game day operations.
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[S-Petty]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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Back in January, John Andretti and Kyle Petty said they would be a team for a long, long time to come. That long time turned out to be 14 races in 2003.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Level Cross, NC; :00]

Andretti, who almost left Petty Enterprises on his own accord last year, has been replaced effective this weekend by Christian Fittipaldi. Andretti had been with the Pettys since 1998. This year had been a disaster with just one top ten start and one top ten finish in 14 races. Worse yet, the team already has had to use 6 provisionals to make races.
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[S-Open]


[ANCHOR=mike]
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[GRAPHIC=U.S. Open Golf]


The 103rd U.S. Open gets underway Thursday at Olympia Fields just outside Chicago. Travis Wells has a preview of the season's second major, golf's toughest test.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=FIRST AUDIO]
[SUPER=03-Potomac, MD; :00]
[SUPER=01-Phil Mickelson/U.S. Open Runner-Up in 1999 and 2002; :19]
[SUPER=01-Davis Love III/Three Victories in 2003; 1:00]
[SUPER=01-Padraig Harrington/Ranked 7th in the World; 1:37]
[SUPER=@travis1; 1:52]
[RUNS=2:10]
[OUT Q=News 7 Sports."]

((Phil Mickelson has won 21 times on the PGA Tour, but he's oh for 43 in the majors. Despite the streak, Lefty has been quite the model of consistency in the U.S. Open, finishing in the top ten in four of the last five years. He was the runner-up in 1999 and again in 2002.
Phil:
While Mickelson has yet to win this season, Davis Love the Third has tasted victory three times and sits atop the PGA Tour's money list. Love's lone major victory came in the 1997 PGA Championship. He says a little patience goes a long way in the U.S.Open.
Davis:
Olympia Fields will be an unknown entity for most of the 156 man field. But deep rough and fast greens are usually the norm at the Open.
Padraig: Travis:))