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Coming up on News 7-
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More attacks are promised against the U-S, in a tape supposedly from Osama bin Laden. Hundreds of Virginians take to the streets to fight the number one killer in the Commonwealth. And helping kids in need... ninja-style.
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Plus, highlights from the U-V-A, Florida State game. News 7 is next.

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This time it was just a drill, as emergency workers prepare for the worst.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

[Airport-Drill]


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If you landed at Roanoke Regional Airport today you noticed the runway was crawling with emergency personnel. As Jennifer Wishon reports, it was all part of a learning experience rescuers hope to leave in the textbooks.
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((((NAT SOUND OF SIREN)) At 10:00 Saturday morning emergency personnel across the Roanoke Valley received a call from the Federal Aviation Administration. A 40- passenger Boeing 747 had collided with a Cessna shortly after take off.
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((YOU'VE GOT TO TRUST THESE PEOPLE DOING THEIR JOB. YOU'VE GOTTA LET EVERYBODY DO THEIR JOB.))
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A job everyone involved hopes to avoid. Every three years the federal government requires airports, including Roanoke Regional, to hold a mock disaster exercise.
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((AMANDA DEHAVEN: THERE'S NO WAY IT CAN BE DONE EFFECTIVELY UNLESS IT IS A VERY ORGANIZED AND THE PRECISION PROCESS THAT EVERYONE IS TRAINED TO FOLLOW AND OTHERWISE IT WOULDN'T WORK AS WELL AS IT DOES.))
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After police officers secured the area, firefighters extingished mock fires, and hazmat crews investigated before rescue personnel were allowed to sort through the injured - following the protocol of a real life disaster.
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((WHAT IS GOING ON, [NATS OF CRYING.]))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: WHILE RESCUE PERSONNEL RESPOND TO THE DISASTER ON THE RUNWAY, RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS STAY BEHIND TO GUIDE PANICKED FAMILY MEMBERS.))
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((I WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO MY SISTER. IT'S BEEN OVER THREE AND A HALF HOURS AND EVERYONE KEEPS MAKING PROMISES AND NO ONE SEEMS TO KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON.))
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In the event of a real life crash, the Red Cross is designated to set up a Family Assistance Center for the families of victims.
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((AMY WHITAKER: IT'S SOMETHING EVERY RED CROSS UNIT HAS TO BE PREPARED FOR. WE HOPE WE NEVER HAVE TO DEAL WITH IT, BUT THIS IS SOMETHING WE TAKE PART WITH, WITH ALL THE OTHER AGENCIES INVOLVED AND WE GET TOGETHER AND MEET WITH THEM AND PLAN.))
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((WHAT WE UNDERSTAND IS THAT YOU'RE A LITTLE UPSET AND CONFUSED AS FAR AS NOT KNOWING WHAT HAS HAPPENED.))
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Saturday volunteers practiced answering questions, counseling and praying with distraught family members.
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((AMANDA DEHAVEN: ALWAYS THERE ARE GOING TO BE SITUATIONS THAT YOU DON'T EXPECT, BUT I FEEL CONFIDENT THAT OUR FIREFIGHTER AND RESCUE TEAMS FROM THE AIRPORT AND ALSO FROM ALL OVER THE VALLEY WOULD BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO THE SITUATION. THEY'VE BEEN TRAINED VERY WELL AND KNOW HOW TO HANDLE THE SITUATION.))
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A situation they hope never becomes a reality. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))

[Bin-Laden]


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A voice believed to be Osama bin Laden's threatens new suicide attacks against the U-S.
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A C-I-A spokesman says experts are doing a technical analysis on the tape, aired today on the Arab T-V network Al-Jazeera. On it, a man warns Iraqis against cooperating with American soldiers, and urges young Muslims to join a holy war against the U-S. References on the tape indicate it was made sometime in mid-to-late summer. A White House spokesperson says the recording is a reminder the war on terror isn't over.
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[Plane-Security]


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Meanwhile, a Guilford College student is being questioned by the F-B-I for allegedly placing box-cutters and other suspicious items on two U-S planes.
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A federal law enforcement official says investigators are interviewing 20-year-old Nathaniel Heatwole, to learn how he got through airport screeners, carrying bleach, matches, and notes that detailed his intention to test airport security. The items were found in the lavaratories of two Southwest Airlines planes. Authorities say they're still deciding what criminal charges to pursue.
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[11B'burg-Fire]


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Two Blacksburg men were airlifted to the U-V-A burn center this morning after being injured in a mobile home fire.
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Flames broke out in this mobile home in Clayton Estates in Blacksburg around 5:30.
Police say 32-year-old Steven Cook and 39-year-old Duane Duncan were inside at the time, and both were injured.
Officers were on the scene helping the victims when firefighters arrived.
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((BOBBY CARNER: THE POLICE HAD ALREADY PULLED TWO VICTIMS FROM THE FIRE AND WAS WORKING ON THEM. EMS ALSO WORKED ON THEM AND FLEW VIA HELICOPTER WITH BURNS AND OTHER UNKNOWN INJURIES.))
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Cook and Duncan were last listed in critical, but stable condition.
There is no word on how the fire started, but officials say it appears accidental.
The home is a total loss.
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[Pope]


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Pope John Paul is once again brushing aside any suggestion he might retire. And the church is beginning the process to Mother Teresa's sainthood. Manuel Gallegus has more from the Vatican.
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IN A POURING RAIN THE VATICAN IS PREPARING FOR A CROWD OF SOME THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND TO WITNESS THE BEATIFICATION OF MOTHER TERESA. IT WILL PLACE THE NUN WHO PERSONIFIED DEVOTION TO THE POOR A STEP CLOSER TO SAINTHOOD.
FATHER HARRY BURY FROM MINNESOTA WILL BE A PART OF THE CEREMONIAL MASSTHE TWO WORKED TOGETHER.
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She was very, very lovingand at the same time she was determined dynamic woman who could get things done! EVEN THOUGH SHE DIED ALMOST SIX YEARS AGO ONE MORE MIRACLE MUST BE ATTRIBUTED TO MOTHER TERESA BEFORE SHE IS DECLARED A SAINT. -NAT ST. PETERS HER IMAGE IS EVERYWHERE AROUND SAINT PETERS SQUARE AND IN ONE OF ROMES MANY CHURCHES HER PERSONAL AFFECTS ARE DISPLAYED. VISITORS SEEMED TRULY INSPIRED.
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I think the world recognized her as a saint long before this day. AT AN EMOTIONAL GATHERING WITH CARDINALS POPE JOHN PAUL THE SECOND SAID MOTHER TERESA IS AN EMBLEMATIC SYMBOL OF HOW THE CHURCH SHOULD BE. AND HE URGED THE GROUP TO PRAY FOR HIM SO HE MAY FULLFILL HIS DUTIES.
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He was again appealing to us to be the instruments of unity and harmony around the world. -STAND-UP- THE POPE ALSO REITERATED THAT, DESPITE HIS WEAKNESS, HE HAS NO INTENTION OF RETIRING. AND CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO PROVISIONS IN CHURCH LAW TO REMOVE HIM IF HE BECOMES UNABLE TO SERVE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, ROME.)) [Tease1]
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Still to come on the newscast, Lynchburg starts a new project that's geared towards kids,
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and Matchbox-20 played to a full crowd in Roanoke tonight. We'll hear from the band and what they thought of the Star City in just a few minutes.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, the Hoos and the Noles battle for ACC supremacy. VMI tries not to drop the ball at home against Gardner Webb, and Jon Wood mashes the gas all the way to victory lane at Martinsville. Plus, the Hokies hold court for the first time under Seth Greenberg. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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Wheels have started turning on a new skate park in Lynchburg. Workers today started clearing the site and made decisions on where to position the bowl and half-pipe.
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It's a much anticipated project in the skating and biking community. Lynchburg's two Rotary Clubs have donated 100- thousand dollars to the park, which will be located along the James River. The city donated 50-thousand, along with the river front property. Amazement Square is overseeing the project which should be complete by next summer.
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[Heart-Walk]


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Heart disease is the number one killer in the Commonwealth,
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but today hundreds of Virginians walked to try to change that. The Roanoke Valley Heart Walk took place at Explore Park where organizers hoped to raise awareness and funds.
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((PAUL KEYSER: THESE DOLLARS GO DIRECTLY INTO RESEARCH FOR HEART DISEASE AND STROKE AND REALLY HAVE FUNDED SOME, FOR INSTANCE, THE MOST RECENT ONE IS ROBOTIC SURGERY FOR HEART DISEASE AND THAT'S THE TYPE OF THING THAT THESE MONIES GO INTO.))
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Organizers expected to raise 200- thousand dollars at the walk. Heart attack and stroke survivors donned red hats to serve as visual reminders of the number of people affected.
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Some martial arts students in Moneta (Moneeta) got their kicks today, while raising money.
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((NATS OF STUDENT BREAKING BOARD.))
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The Kick- A- Thon was held at Blue Ridge Martial Arts. Students age seven to 60 did 200 kicks to help raise money for the "Project Action Foundation."
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((TRINK COOK/BLUE RIDGE MARTIAL ARTS: IT'S A NATIONAL CHILDREN'S ORGANIZATION TO KEEP AT RISK AND DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN THAT OTHERWISE COULDN'T PAY FOR IT THEMSELF TO GET THEM INTO A STRUCTURED PROGRAM SUCH AS MARTIAL ARTS, GYMNASTICS OR DANCE.))
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The group raised a thousand dollars for the Foundation. Cook says martial arts helps develop both physical and mental discipline. It also teaches courtesy that students are required to practice outside of class. School aged students also have to maintain an "A-B" average on their report cards in order to stay in the program. Cook teaches Tae Kwon Do and Aikido (I- Keedo) and plans to expand his dojo in the near future.
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The Holiday season may still be months away, but it's never too early to try to shop smart. We'll have some tips.
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and take a Ride on the Reading, and earn some REAL money. We'll have that story a little later on the newscast.
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[Shopping-Tips]


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The holiday shopping season is right around the corner. Andre Showell has shopping tips to help save your budget and your sanity this season.
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((IN THESE TOUGH ECONOMIC TIMES IT'S MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER TO PLAN FOR HOLIDAY SPENDING BUT AT LEAST FOR THIS SHOPPER ... CG- KYM LEE/HOLIDAY SHOPPER "It's time for Christmas shopping and I don't have a clue where to start....." KYM LEE LIKE MANY SHOPPERS HAS A MOUNTING LIST OF PURCHASES BUT NO BUDGET. CG- TYSON BELLAMY/CERTIFIED FINANCIAL ADVISOR "You're gonna run into problems because there's no limit and when that happens you don't know how much you have until its gone." THE FIRST RULE FOR SMART HOLIDAY SHOPPING BEGINS BEFORE YOU HEAD TO THE STORE.. "Physically write down each person you plan to buy a gift for and write how much they plan on spending for that person. That will give them a game plan. BUT EVEN WITH GAME PLAN IN PLACE... EXPERTS SAY BE PREPARED FOR RETAILERS WHO PULL OUT ALL THE STOPS TO GET YOU TO OVERSPEND. "When you're at the mall it's hard to stick to a budget but when you're online or shop by catalogue you eliminate all that excitement." BUT THOSE WHO DARE TO TAKE ON THE MALLS... HERE ARE SOME TIPS FROM THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU : SET A REALISTIC BUDGET ... FROM THERE COMPARE PRICES. HOLIDAY SALES AND MARKDOWNS AREN'T ALWAYS THE BARGAINS THEY APPEAR TO BE. -TRACK YOUR PURCHASES BY KEEPING ALL RECEIPTS...AND SHOP EARLY TO AVOID LAST MINUTE PRESSURE... .. makes sense but I usually don't do it." FOR THOSE CAUGHT IN A CYCLE OF OVERSPENDING.. A WORD OF CAUTION. "If you get caught up into that the only people you're giving presents to are the retailers, the stores and the credit card companies." IN WASHINGTON ANDRE SHOWELL FOR CBS NEWS.))


[Matchbox-20]


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Matchbox 20 was in town today for a concert at the Roanoke Civic Center. The band is on tour for their third album "You are not what you think."
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((music))
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Once they pulled into Roanoke, lead singer Rob Thomas says the band took advantage of Octoberfest in downtown Roanoke.

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((I CALLED MY WIFE FROM MY HOTEL ROOM I WAS LIKE THIS LOOKS LIKE A NICE TOWN. I ACTUALLY WENT OUT IN THIS TOWN. I WAS ONLY HERE A COUPLE OF HOURS BETWEEN WHEN I GOT OFF THE BUS AND HAD TO COME TO SOUNDCHECK. DOUCETTE-WE DO JUDGE A TOWN IF WE GO OUT AND EXPLORE IT. thomas -YEAH.))
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They've played Roanoke several times since the band formed 10 years ago. The current tour is set to last through the rest of the year, and after that, each member will go on to do some solo work. But for now they say...
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((WE JUST WANT EVERYONE TO ROCK OUT AT OCTOBERFEST.))
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Coming up, the Cavs look for their second ever win over Florida State, Stuart's Jon Wood smokes the field to win the Advance Auto 200, and we'll check on Game one of the World Series. Speaking of the Fall Classic, that's the subject of tonight's extra point.
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The folks that make the Louisville Slugger bats worked a little overtime the last two days in an attempt to get the World Series bats made and delivered to New York in time for tonight's opener at Yankee Stadium. As far as we know the good wood made it to the Bronx in plenty of time.
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A record crowd of 62 thousand, 875 was on hand at Scott Stadium tonight to see if Virginia could duplicate the magic of 1995, when the Cavaliers handed Florida State its first ever ACC loss.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/ESPN; :00]


Florida State struck first when Chris Rix hit Craphonso Thorpe and Thorpe did the rest. He puts on a move and motors 79 yards to the endzone.
It was 13-nothing before Alvin Pearman got the Wahoos on the board hauling in the pass from Matt Schaub and dancing down the sideline just before the half. FSU led by just 6 at 13-7.
Schaub then hit Heath Miller on an 8 yard score sandwiched around Seminole field goals.
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But Rix and company ground out the clock and hung on for the 19-14 win.
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[S-VMI]


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The VMI Keydets tried to pick up their second conference win of the season this afternoon against the defending Big South champs from Gardner-Webb.
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[SUPER=03-Lexington/Bulldogs vs. Keydets; :00]


After falling behind 7-zip, Matt Sharpe kicked four field goals including two from a career best of 48 yards to give the Keydets a 12-7 lead in the second quarter.
But the Bulldogs come back with the halfback option. Chris Foster finds Andrew Gaines in the endzone for 6. Gardner Webb led by 10 at the break.
The Dogs were up 37 to 12 in the final quarter before backup QB Josh Lyles rallied VMI. Lyles hit TJ Snelling over the middle, but Snelling coughed up the pigskin. John Puvogel was in the right place at the right time and takes it to the house to cut the lead to 37-18.
Lyles also scored late on a quarterback keeper, but he also suffered a partially separated shoulder on the play.

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VMI's comeback came up just short as Gardner Webb won it 37 to 25.
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[S-Cross]


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One high school game in the private school ranks was played this afternoon as North Cross hosted unbeaten Lynchburg Christian for homecoming.
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The visiting Bulldogs appeared to have this thing well in hand early in the third quarter as they rumbled through the Raiders and took a 15-to-6 lead. But the Raiders rallied by outsmarting the visitors. North Cross fakes the punt, as James Revercomb tosses the pass to Jonathan Edwards. And watch the junior running back convert two spin moves and then break into the clear as the Raiders cut the lead to 15-to-13. North Cross would keep coming. In the fourth Revercomb
[SUPER=36-Lynchburg Christian/28/North Cross/19;]

hands off to six-one, 221 pound Denton Willis who hammers in the go ahead score. But LCA regroups to win it 28-to-19.


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[S-Trucks]


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The Wood Brothers have a storied history at the Martinsville Speedway and yesterday, the racing family's third generation added another chapter.
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A crowd of nearly 40 thousand race fans showed up and so did the sun just in time for the green flag in the Advance Auto Parts 200.
Roush teammates Carl Edwards and Jon Wood led the pack of 36 drivers to the starting line and into turn one.
Dennis Setzer was bidding for his 3rd straight win at the short track and led 118 laps this afternoon, but settled for a third place finish.
The first 55 laps were caution free. In fact, there were just 6 yellow flags for 32 laps on the day.
Jon Wood got his first lead following the first caution, beating everybody out of the pits much to the delight of the home crowd.
Wood led 79 laps in the race, holding off Edwards over the final few circuits to pick up his second win of the season and first at his home track.
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This is the Wood Brothers first win at the track in 30 years. DW finished 7th and Ken Schrader was 8th.
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Bobby Hamilton, Jr. took the checkered flag in yesterday's Busch race at Memphis, while Brian Vickers took the points lead.

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The Cup drivers get their chance to do some beatin' and bangin' in the Subway 500 tomorrow afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :00]


Rusty Wallace paced today's Happy Hour practice session at the track with a lap at 92.31 miles an hour. Wallace's highly publicized winless streak stands at 92 races. But his 6 career Martinsville wins rank him 4th all time at the track.
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The Subway 500 gets underway at 12-30 on Sunday.


[S-Hoops]


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[TAPE#=SP-162 TC414]
[GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech]


To the hardwood, where the Seth Greenberg era at Virginia Tech is underway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]


The new head Hokie put his troops through the paces this afternoon at the Cassell on this, the first weekend of the preseason.
Greenberg's job won't be easy in his first season. Bryant Matthews and Carlos Dixon, still out after having surgery on his left foot, are the only two seniors on the squad for Tech's swan song in the Big East.
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[SUPER=01-Seth Greenberg/Hokies Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=be successful long term."]
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[Monopoly]


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A few trips past "Go" meant thousands of REAL dollars for a California man.
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[VO-NAT - :27+]
[SUPER=03-Atlantic City, NJ; ]

24 yard old Matt McNally bested 47 other competitors from across the country for a chance to compete in the world Monopoly championship. McNally walked away with a check for 15-thousand-140 dollars in real money. He will represent the US in the 2004 World(------------) Monopoly Champioships in Hong Kong next October.