08/19/05

6 p.m.


JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

How high gas prices are affecting the
state police and the state's
pocketbook.

ENG#=1 VO NAT


VO NAT Is three years too long for Law
School? Why some say yes.

And if your child's school isn't
making the grade.. should you switch
schools?

(END VO) END VO


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

Tonight on News 7 sports - the
Avs open up a three game home series in
first place in the southern division.

Glenvar is in the Friday Football
Extra spotlight,

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT and Al Groh gets close to a one


million dollar annual raise at
Virginia.

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ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None We are all about the heat and humidity


in this weekend forecast. We've got
the details coming up.
JEAN 3-Shot JEAN 3-Shot

News Seven at Six is next
Open (Open)

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*CG 4054


*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com



*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com
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VO-NAT VO-NAT



Some parents have a decision to
make.

Whether to keep their child in
schools that are falling behind a
national standard.

(END VO) END VO


JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NEWS 7 @ 6 Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.


Keith is off tonight.
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None It's a federal goal that all

EDUCATION SEVEN ANIMATION public schools are trying to reach.

But some, including eight
Roanoke City elementary schools, didn't

make Adequate Yearly Progress.

Now, parents have something to
consider.

NEWS 7 @ 6 IN MONITOR DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Jeremy/Newsroom Jeremy Butterfield is here now to


explain.

Jean, some parents must decide
whether to remove their child from
those schools.

LIVE=Jeremy Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com but administrators warn, there
are a lot of things to consider before
making that decision.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Administrators have




*CG locator Roanoke
:00
*CG 2line Marvin Thompson
Roanoke City Schools Superintendent
:23


*CG file File Tape
:33
*CG 2line August Bullock
Associate Superintendent
1:21




RUNS=1:47 (END SOT)



OQ=TO THE BUSINESS OF TEACHING << Administrators have begun the
(END SOT) battle to keep eight Roanoke City


Elementary Schools from falling behind.

These schools did not meet
Adequate Yearly Progress standards,
determined by the federal No Child Left
Behind Act, in specific subjects for
the last two years.

As a result, students in these
eight schools do have the option to
change schools-- but there's a catch.

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INQ= @00:00:57



THOMPSON:A LOT OF THE VARIABLES THAT
IMPACT SCHOOL CHOICE IS GOING TO BE
CAPACITY, HOW MUCH BUILDING SPACE WE
HAVE. WHICH ARE THE STUDENTS IN
GREATEST NEEDS IN THOSE SCHOOLS THAT
ARE IDENTIFIED AS CHOICE.

RUN:10 (END SOT)



OQ= For example-- Preston Park


Elementary didn't meet AYP standards in
English, so only students attending
Preston Park who performed poorly in
English will qualify for the "public
school choice".

But administrators say there's a

catch 22.

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INQ= 00:01:46



THOMPSON:MANY OF THE STUDENTS THAT ARE
GOING TO BE IDENTIFIED AS LOWEST
PERFORMING WOULD BE GIVEN CHOICE TO GO
TO SCHOOLS THAT WILL NOT PROVIDE THEM
THE SAME SERVICES THAT WOULD BE
PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOLS THAT THEY WOULD
STAY IN.

RUN:11 (END SOT)



OQ= New services such as consistent


testing, in some cases once every three
weeks.

Schools that made adequate yearly
progress won't be implementing the
special programs, so struggling
students who move may not get all the
extra help.

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INQ= 00:10:21



AUGUST:SO WHILE WE'RE BALANCING THE
LARGE NUMBERS, LOOKING AT BUSES AND
LOOKING AT CAPACITY OF BUILDINGS WE
ALSO WANT TO REMEMBER WHY WE ARE DOING
THIS. WHICH MEANS WE GO BACK TO THE
INDIVIDUAL SITUATION OF THAT CHILD.

RUN:11 (END SOT)



OQ= Administrators are required to



notify parents with children that have
the "public school choice" option by
the start of the school year, but
administrators say the earlier the
better.

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INQ= 00:08:45



THOMPSON:THE SOONER YOU CAN GET EVERY
CHILD IN THE SEAT WHERE THEY ARE GOING
TO BE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR
THEN YOU CAN GET DOWN TO THE BUSINESS
OF TEACHING.

RUN:06 (END SOT)



OQ= >>


WIPE TO WEBPAGE FS WIPE TO WEBPAGE FS
JEREMY'S MIC HOT All of this can be confusing,
that's why administrators are holding
some open houses.

You can find a schedule on our
website, at W-D-B-J-7 dot-com.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Jeremy/Newsroom DOUBLE BOXES



Jean parents are encouraged to
attend.

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GRAPHIC=None Montgomery County also did not


make A-Y-P....

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Montgomery Co. (:18)
May Though no schools in the district
face any sanctions- and 12 of 20
schools met the federal benchmarks.

Superintendent Tiffany Anderson
says parents in the county should not
worry.

She says several schools are
making progress and teachers will NOT
start teaching just for a test.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=The focus




*CG 2line Tiffany Anderson
Montgomery Co. Superintendent TIFFANY ANDERSON: 48:24:00 THE FOCUS IS
NOT NECESSARILY JUST AYP. IT'S REALLY
GOOD INSTRUCTION ALL YEAR LONG.

PROVIDING AN ALIGNED CURRICULM AND
RETAINING HIGHLY QUALIFIED STAFF :33

RUNS=:10 (END SOT)



OQ=qualfied staff.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Anderson says Montgomery County
High Schools did meet the federal
standards..

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Dan River Plant Closing Dan River Incorporated is closing


its Accessory Sewing facility in
Danville, a decision that will
eliminate approximately 175 jobs.

The company says it will begin
releasing those employees in
mid-October, and will assist them in
finding other jobs and applying for
unemployment compensation.

President and CEO Barry Shea
blames trade policies for the decision.
In a news release he said the closing
was unfortunate, but necessary "to
remain a viable company in a very
competitive market."

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Up These days everyone is digging


deeper into their pockets to pay for
gas.

It's an expense the state
legislature will be asked to pay for
this winter.

Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon explains.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



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INQ=Of all Virginia agencies




*CG locator Richmond
:00


*CG 2line Col. Steven Flaherty
State Police
:14


*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
:53


*CG 2line Colin Ceperich
Virginia Department of Transportation

1:12



RUNS=1:33 (END SOT)



OQ=JW, News 7, Richmond. <<
SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 23:40:37 - NATS OF POPPING GAS LID ON


POLICE CRUISER.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= Of all Virginia agencies, State


Police are having the hardest time
guzzling high gas prices.

The agency burns more than 200-
thousand gallons of gasoline a month.

That's more than two- million
gallons a year.

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INQ=Our lifeblood is gasoline 23:32:54 COL. STEVEN FLAHERTY: OUR


LIFEBLOOD IS GASOLINE. WE'RE ON THE
ROAD EVERY DAY.

RUN04 (END SOT)



OQ=on the road every day. The agency budgeted 3.7 million


dollars for gas this year...

And even though they it 35 to 40
cents cheaper than the commercial rate,
at the current price- they'll finish
the year 1.2 million dollars over
budget.

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INQ=NATS NATS OF CAR RUNNING




RUN02 (END SOT)



OQ=NATS In light of higher prices,


officers have been asked to turn off
their engines as often as possible, but
it's not always practical.

{COVER BITE WITH SHOTS INSIDE CRUISER}

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INQ=There are radios 23:35:05 COL. STEVEN FLAHERTY: THERE


ARE RADIOS, THERE ARE COMPUTERS AND
THERE'S EQUIPMENT THAT REQUIRES THE
EXTRA CAPACITY ALTERNATORS TO RUN AND
KEEP THE BATTERY CHARGED.

RUN09 (END SOT)



OQ=and keep the battery charged.



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INQ=The Virginia Department of 17:50:38 JENNIFER


WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: THE VIRGINIA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION IS ALSO
KEEPING A CLOSE EYE ON GAS PRICES.
THAT'S BECAUSE FOR EVERY GALLON OF GAS
YOU BUY IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA
17 AND A HALF CENTS GO BACK TO THE
STATE FOR TRANSPORTATION.

RUN14 (END SOT)



OQ=to the state for transportation. If gas gets so expensive


Virginians cut back at the pumps- it
could cause V-Dot budget problems.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=And certainly our finance 17:42:53 COLIN CEPERICH: AND CERTAINLY



OUR FINANCE DEPARTMENT DOES KEEP A
CLOSE EYE ON THAT BECAUSE WE NEED TO
FORECAST OUR BUDGET.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=forecast our budget. But even if the prices come down-


State Police will have to ask the
General Assembly for more gas money in
2006.

This year the agency got 800-
thousand dollars to help it recover
from high prices in 2004.

Jennifer Wishon, News 7,
Richmond.>>

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

A drive-by shooting in
Southside.

Police say one suspect was
wearing body armor.

More on that when News Seven
returns.

LIVE=JOeD Full/Microwave JOE LIVE TEASE

*CG standup Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke





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GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation Police in Danville have charged


two men with the murder of another man
last night.

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29 year old Lorenzo Pickett, of
Richmond, and 19 year old Antonio
Graves of Danville are charged with the
shooting death of Arlow Martemos
Walker.

The two are charged with first
degree murder -- Pickett is also
charged with wearing body armor in the
commission of a violent crime.
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Walker was found last night in
the 600 block of Jefferson Street
shortly after officers heard gunshots
in the area.
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Guilty Pleas A Campbell County man and his


girlfriend will spend the rest of their
lives in prison for the robbery and

murder of another man last year.

39 year old

ENG#=1 VO-NAT :29.5
VO-NAT




*CG locator Campbell Co.

Steven Wayne Walker was beaten and
stabbed to death inside this trailer
home near Evington in May of 2004.

Police charged 42-year-old Richard
Roy Preas (preece) and 34-year-old
Virginia Blankenship with Walker's
murder.

Prosecutors say the pair had been
smoking crack cocaine that weekend and
robbed Walker for more drug money.

They could have faced the death
penalty had the case gone to trial, but
Walker's family asked the commonwealth
to reach a plea agreement that would
give both defendants two life terms.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Obviously a jury




*CG 2line Neil Vener
Campbell Co. Prosecutor 15:07:08 NEIL VENER/PROSECUTOR:
OBVIOUSLY A JURY WOULD HAVE MADE A
DECISION AS TO WHETHER IT WAS WORTHY OF
DEATH OR WORTHY OF LIFE. THIS WAY

THEY'RE BOTH TREATED EQUALLY, WE'RE
GUARANTEEING THEY'LL NEVER GET OUT AND
EVERYONE IS SATISFIED WITH THIS RESULT.
IT PROTECTS THE PUBLIC, IT DOES JUSTICE
FOR THE FAMILY AND IT GETS THESE PEOPLE
OUT OF SOCIETY.

RUNS=17 (END SOT)



OQ=out of society.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Walker's family donated a stone
bench in his memory that now sits
outside the Campbell County sheriff's
office.

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Some law students and law schools


are questioning their education.

Most law students go to law
school for three years.

But some schools and students
wonder if that's too long.

Alex Lawson explains

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=





*CG locator Lexington
:00


*CG 2line Rakesh Gopalan
W & L Third-Year Law Student
:17


*CG 2line David Partlett
Washington & Lee Law School Dean
:43


*CG 2line Lauren Troxclair
W & L Third-Year Law Student
1:04


*CG reporter Alex Lawson
alawson@wdbj7.com
1:16



RUNS=1:29 (END SOT)



OQ=News 7, Lexington. <<(NATS: of students filing into class)



(END SOT) This week more than a hundred first


year law students filed into their
first class at Washington and Lee.

They won't see their last for another
three years.

But third year student Rakesh Gapalan
(RA-CAASH GA-POLEN) wonders if their

education could be shorter.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ="That extra... 7:49"That extra year is expensive and


there's opportunity cost of not
working."7:54

RUN=5 (END SOT)



OQ=..of not working." That's why several schools including


the School of Law at Washington and Lee
University are talking about changing
the curriculum.

This fall, one law school in Ohio will
even offer a law degree program that a
student can complete in two years.

But David Partlett the Dean of W & L's
law school says students can become
more efficient with their third year.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=The world.... 47:31"The world is more complex. The


law is more globalized, so you probably
need more than ever three years, it's
just how those three years are packaged
we have to think about."47:44

RUN=13 (END SOT)



OQ=...to think about." (NATS: Lauren talking to friends)



Third year students like Lauren
Troxlclair say she'd rather take the
extra time to be extra prepared.

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INQ="All of sudden... 57:11"All of sudden now there's a lot



more risk, there's a lot more pressure
on you to perform, and I think in law
school you're able to develop all of
like your legal research and writing
skills in a much less pressured
environment."57:22

RUN=11 (END SOT)



OQ=...environment." But don't expect any changes overnight


at W & L.

School leaders say they plan to make
the school's curriculum more effective,
and keep the third year of law school,

Alex Lawson, News 7, Lexington.>>
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It was a quiet end to the week
on Wall Street.
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x The NASDAQ rose about half- a- 0.52 point.
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GRAPHIC=None Dan Frei (FRY) is a consultant,


who has helped Mayor Nelson Harris, and
other local politicians win public
office.

But his latest project is a
campaign of a different kind... an
effort to improve a neglected corner of
one city park.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Joe/Microwave DOUBLE BOXES



Joe Dashiell is in Roanoke's
Lakewood Park tonight with the story.

LIVE=JoeD Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke

Jean, this park has basketball
courts, playground equipment, and
plenty of room for a picnic or

volleyball game, but it also has the
only pond on city property, and that's
the focus of Dan Frei's attention.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Dan Frei
13


*CG file Lakewood Pond - A Short
Documentary
:31

RUNS=1:27 (END SOT)



OQ=transforming a diamond in the rough. < (END SOT) Brandon Avenue, Lakewood Pond merits


just a passing glance.

But Dan Frei is a frequent
visitor, who wants people to take a
closer look

[NAT SOUND OF FREI]

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=In some ways DAN FREI: IN SOME WAYS IT'S BEAUTIFUL


NOW. IT'S SAD. THAT'S THE THING. IT'S
JUST SAD.

RUN = 08 (END SOT)



OQ=the pond's history and its decline. Frei has been coming here for



more than 50 years. Family photos and
home movies anchor a 12- minute
documentary he created to chronicle the
pond's history, and its decline.

[NAT SOUND OF DOCUMENTARY]

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INQ=Visiting Lakewood Pond VISITING LAKEWOOD POND WAS A FUN AND


MAGICAL CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE. IT WAS
PLUSH AND PEACEFUL, A SOFT SIDE OF CITY
LIFE. TODAY, ROANOKE'S NEGLECTED POND
HAS LOST ITS MAGIC.

RUN= 12 (END SOT)



OQ=Roanoke's neglected pond has lost Today, Murray Run has plenty of

its magic. water, but only a small portion feeds
the pond. A canal is overgrown with
weeds, and except for several leaks in
the stone wall, very little water flows
out.

Bubbles laden with algae cover
the surface.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= DAN FREI: IT'S A MUNICIPAL ASSET THAT


COULD BE MAINTAINED TO IMPROVE THE
QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE CITY, NO
QUESTION ABOUT IT. WE TAKE CARE OF THE
SMALL THINGS IN THE CITY, THEN THE
WHOLE GETS BETTER.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= Frei would like to see increased



water flow, a fountain to aerate the
pond and the completion of an existing
path through the woods with a bridge
across Murray Run.

He believes many improvements can
be made without major expense,
reclaiming a neglected piece of
property, transforming a diamond in the
rough.

RUNS= (END SOT)>>



OQ=





LIVE=JoeFull/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Roanoke

Copies of Dan Frei's Lakewood Pond
documentary are available at the main
branch of the Roanoke Public Library.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & JoeD/Micro DOUBLE BOXES



Jean, we also plan to post the
video along with this story on our
website at WDBJ7- dot- com.
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GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight on News 7
ENG#=APRISA Sports the Avs open up a gargantuan


weekend series.

Al Groh gets a massive new

contract from UVa,

VO-NAT VO-NAT



and our Friday Football Extra
travels take us to Highlander Heaven
tonight to meet the Glenvar
Highlanders.

(END VO) END VO



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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=AVS The Salem Avalanche is trying


desperately to hang on down the stretch
and fight through the Dog Days of
August and win the second half pennant.

Tonight, the Avs open up a
critical weekend homestand at Salem
Memorial with Winston-Salem.

The Avs come into the three game
series in first place by a half of a
game over the Warthogs.

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*CG 2line Kevin Davidson
Avalanche Catcher
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GRAPHIC=HOLD AVS The first pitch tonight is set


for 7:07 at Salem Memorial.

We'll have some highlights for
you on News 7 at 11.
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GRAPHIC=UVA UVA Head Football Coach Al Groh


picked up some serious new cash today
as the former ACC coach of the year
signed a huge new contract with the
University.

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*CG locator Charlottesville
:00 Groh signed a five year deal

today worth $1.7 million dollars a
season.

The contract includes a base
salary of 240 thousand dollars and one
and a half million in compensation for
things like radio and TV appearances
and fundraising.

The 61 year old Groh graduated
from UVa in 1967.

He is beginning his 5th season as
the head coach at his alma mater and
his record with the Cavs is 30 and 21.

The raise over the first deal
Groh signed five years ago - is nearly
one million dollars a season.

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GRAPHIC=FFE We are a week away form the first


Friday Football Extra of the season,
Our preview tour takes us to Glenvar
this evening.

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*CG locator Glenvar (:10)

Lee Johnson and the Highlanders are

coming off a season in which they
finished 5-hundred but the record could
have been better if they had pulled out
a couple close district games.

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One advantage that the Highlanders
will have this season is they return a
number of experienced players.

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OQ=GO off of this year.


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GRAPHIC=nfl The NFL preseason rolls on


tonight and one of the big games of the
weekend is right here on Your Hometown
Station.

Tonight at eight - Daunte
Culpepper and Vikings take on the New
York Jets and former Friday Football
Extra player of the week Dennis Haley
out of Salem and UVa.

That's the Jets and Vikings
tonight at 8.
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GRAPHIC=NEXTEL The Nextel Cup series is in


Michigan this weekend and this is
another one of those week's where
qualifying will take place on Saturday
instead of Friday.

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*CG locator Brooklyn, MI
NASCAR Images Teams completed two practice :00 sessions for Sunday's GFS Marketplace
400 today. Jeff Gordon, a two-time
Michigan winner who is looking to gain
ground in his quest to make the Chase

for the Nextel Cup, was nothing special
today.

Gordon was sixth-best in the
opening session, but was just 28th
fastest in Happy Hour. Time trials
begin tomorrow just after Noon. (END VO) (END VO)