12/16/05

News 7 at Noon




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Producer decides order



HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: Light's Out

Now that the bad weather is gone,
crews are working to restore power to
thousands.
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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Friday Meltdown

Temperatures are on the rise,
leading to a slushy, sloppy Friday.

Your weekend outlook coming up.
20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Transit Strikes

New York City transit union calls
for a partial strike against private
bus companies.

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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts >>
bwatts@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=Winter Weather The storm has caused major power


problems throughout our area.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Henry Co.

At last check, approximately
25-thousand Appalachian Power customers
are without power.

The biggest outtages are in
Lynchburg, Danville, and the
Martinsville areas.

Power crews worked throughout the
night trying to get the lights back on.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 11:09



INQ=Does it make




*CG 2line Elaine Lippencott
Henry Co. Resident ELAINE LIPPENCOTT/HENRY CO. RESIDENT:
DOES IT MAKE YOU APPRECIATE POWER EVEN
MORE? YES IT DOES. YOU FORGET HOW
MUCH. THERE'S NO HEAT, THERE'S NO
ANYTHING.

RUNS=07 (END SOT)



OQ=there's no anything





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Appalachian Power says it could be
several days before power is completely
restored.

The company has called in extra crews
from surrounding states to help

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GRAPHIC=Winter Weather The celebration has been delayed


for students graduating from Virginia
Tech.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT




VO-NAT The wintry mix of snow, sleet,


and freezing rain has forced Tech to
push back graduation for 25-hundred
students today.

The undergraduate ceremonies were
suppose to begin at 11 a-m but have
since been delayed until 2 p-m.

The graduate ceremonies that were
supposed to be held at 3 have been
moved to 6 p-m.

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For the latest in Delays and
Cancellations go to our website at WDBJ
7.com
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GRAPHIC=Fire Officials say Arson was the cause


of a fire at the Villa Roma Hotel.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Roanoke
last night Firefighters got the call just
after eight last night behind Hooters
on Williamson Road.

It took firefighters 30 minutes
to contain the blaze that fully
involved two rooms.

No civilians were injured in the
blaze, however, two firefighters
suffered minor injuries.

Damages are estimated at 50-
thousand dollars.

The fire is still under
investigation.

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GRAPHIC=Fire Fire officials say the building


is a popular spot for homeless people
to sleep.

The abandoned motel caught fire
last winter, too.






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GRAPHIC=Hold Patients jumped from the windows


of a four- story hospital to escape a
blaze in northeastern China.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Liaoyang, China

At least 39 people were killed in
last night's fire-- rescuers are still
searching for more victims.

Thousands watched helplessly as
patients jumped from windows in the
subfreezing weather after rescuers were
unable to reach them.

A preliminary investigation shows
the fire started in a power
distribution room.


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GRAPHIC=None The nation's largest transit system


is running for the most part

today in New York City.

While an overall strike is on hold
for now, Drew Levinson reports the
feeling of uncertainty continues.


ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=Though New York's




*CG locator New York, NY
*CG 2line Roger Toussaint
Union President


*CG standup Drew Levinson
Reporting



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OQ=Levinson, News 7. <<



(END SOT)





(LOCATOR: NEW YORK)



Though New York's Subways and Buses are
still running--today's

announcement is a shot across the bow.

With negotiations on near life
support---the transit union Friday


called

for a first strike------





(SHOT OF PRIVATE BUSSES)



---this one against two private bus


lines running mostly in the borough


of Queens.



(SOT: ROGER TOUSSAINT/UNION PRESIDENT


17:15:45 )

"THE MTA HAS THROUGH ITS ACTIONS AND
INACTION PROVOKED OUR MEMBERS TOO

MANY TIMES. WE HAVE BEEN LEFT WITH NO
CHOICE."



Those companies employ just 750 of the
union's 33-thousand workers

....and serve only about 50-thousand
people...but this may be just the

beginning.

With Union Leaders rejecting the
transit authority's latest contract

offer--the city busses and subways
could be next to put on the brakes...

(NATSOUND TRAIN STOPPING)

....and it could come at anytime..



(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON/NEW YORK)

"THE MAIN STICKING POINTS ARE STILL
OVER RAISES, HEALTH BENEFITS AND

PENSIONS"

THE TWO SIDES SIMPLY CAN'T GET TOGETHER
AND BOTH ARE POINTING FINGERS,

ACCUSING THE OTHER OF NOT BARGAINING IN
GOOD FAITH."




(SOT: TOUSSAINT 7:16:31)



"THE MTA CANNOT CONTINUE TO NEGOTIATE
THROUGH THREATS"



(POSSIBLE SOT FROM MTA SPOKESMAN)





For the seven million daily
riders---seeing the wheels still


turning--at

least for now--is a relief.



(POSSIBLE SOT PERSON SAYING GLAD TO SEE


STILL GOING OR STILL NEGOTIATING)



Other's are angry it's even come to
this.



(SOT: NO SUPER15:10)



"I THINK IT STINKS"



Both the Transit Authority and the
Union stress they will continue to

negotiate...but something's got to
give--or Come Monday---there's a good



chance, commuters will once again be
considering alternatives of how to

get to work.

Drew Levinson, News 7.


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Continues,

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT A natural gas explosion lit up


the Northern Texas morning sky.

We'll have the details next.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM The ice has prompted people to
GRAPHIC=Winter Weather stock up on winter supplies.




Some retail stores just can't
meet the demand.

New River Valley Bureau Reporter
Holly Pietrzak says ice melt may be
hard to find.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=In the middle of all this




*CG locator Montgomery Co.
:00




*CG 2line Alan Cox
Home Depot
:13


*CG 2line Gary Martin
Contractor
:43
*CG standup Holly Pietrzak
hollyp@wdbj7.com
1:09

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OQ=Holly Pietrzak, News 7, Montgomery


Co.

(END SOT) <




Nats:roads....




folks in Montgomery County were out
desperately searching for this....



Nats:piling ice melt....



NATS: 15:41:17 I want the 40
pounds..got the 40 pounds?...



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INQ=WHEN WE FIRST 15:38:16 ALAN COX/HOME DEPOT WHEN WE


FIRST STARTED HEARING NEWS OF THE
STORM...CUSTOMERS STARTED COMING IN AND
BUYING THE ICE MELT IN BULK...GETTING
CARTS FULL AT A TIME. WE GOT OUR
CONTRACTORS...WE'RE A BIG CONTRACTOR
STORE SO WE HAD CONTRACTORS BUYING IT
BY THE PALLET LOAD.

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OQ=THE PALLET LOAD



Nats: trucks being loaded with
pallets...



Managers at Home Depot are
worried about running out of ice melt.



NATS:15:43:14



..but unlike the other big box stores

in Christiansburg....



NATS:15:41:34 Where they going to be
coming in at?



they have truck loads coming in.



NATS: TRUCKS LOADING PALLETS



Word of their supply brings out bulk
buyers like contractor Gary Martin.



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INQ=WE'VE GOT A COUPLE 15:41:58 GARY MARTIN/CONTRACTOR WE'VE


GOT A COUPLE OF BANKS WE NEED TO TAKE
CARE OF AND SOME POST OFFICES. SO WE
GOTTA GET OUT AND TRY TO GET THE ICE
AND STUFF OFF.

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OQ=ICE AND STUFF OFF



A challenge...NATS:CARS ON ROAD..
that's presented itself early this year



NATS: 15:45:00 CUTTING OPEN ICE MELT
BOXES

....winter doesn't officially being
until December 21-st...



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INQ=IT'S SUPPOSED TO 15:43:05 GARY MARTIN/CONTRACTOR IT'S


SUPPOSED TO BE THE MILDEST WINTER WE
HAVE BUT IT SURE ISN'T STARTING LIKE
THAT.

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OQ=STARTING LIKE THAT



NATS:CARS ON ROAD



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INQ=I GUESS ALL THESE 15:39:04 ALAN COX/HOME DEPOT I GUESS


ALL THESE LITTLE ONES HAVE GOT PEOPLE
WORRIED WHAT THIS WINTER WILL BE LIKE
AND THEY KEEP WAITING FOR THE BIG ONE.
SO THEY WANT TO BE PREPARED THAN BE
HOME STUCK WITHOUT IT OR WAIT TILL
WE'RE SOLD OUT OF IT.

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OQ=SOLD OUT OF IT



Who would have thought in the
heart of the holiday season...ice melt
would be so hot?

Holly Pietrzak, News 7,
Montgomery County.>>
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GRAPHIC=Explosion A blast that shook parts of


northern Texas this morning is being

blamed on a natural gas well explosion.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Palo Pinto, TX

Authorities initially thought it was
from a pipeline.

One worker escaped with only minor
injuries.

But the blast was felt over a wide
area, and authorities say the flash
could be seen 100 miles away.

The blast left a large crater and
sparked several secondary fires.


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GRAPHIC=None In Washington, the Senate is


heading toward a critical vote on
whether to renew key provisions of the
Patriot Act.

And, there's a new controversy
involving domestic spying.

President Bush reportedly authorized
a top secret spy agency to spy on
Americans.


Bill Plante has details.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=The secret order




*CG locator New York, NY
File Tape


*CG locator Washington, DC




*CG 2line Sen. John McCain

(R) Arizona




*CG standup Bill Plante
Reporting

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OQ=immunity to the CIA. <<



(END SOT) THE SECRET ORDER WAS SIGNED MONTHS


AFTER THE ATTACKS.

THE NEW YORK TIMES SAYS IT AUTHORIZED
THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY TO SPY ON
AMERCIANS WITHOUT A COURT ORDER.

(34)

THE AGENCY MONITORED INTERNATIONAL
PHONE CALLS..

AND E-MAILS....

OF THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS.

SOME N-S-A OFFICIALS WERE REPORTEDLY SO

CONCERNED ABOUT THE LEGALITY OF IT ALL,
THEY REFUSED TO PARTICIPATE.



(VO)

TODAY ON CAPITOL HILL A SHOWDOWN OVER
THE BUSH ADMINISTRATIONS KEY DOMESTIC
LAW FOR FIGHTING TERRORISM.. THE
PATRIOT ACT.

IT ALLOWS THE F-B-I TO GO THRU
AMERCIANS BANK, COMPUTER AND LIBRARY
RECORDS.

BUT A BIPARTISIAN GROUP OF SENATORS IS
THREATENING A FILIBUSTER BECAUSE THEY
BELIEVE A COMPROMISE ALREADY AGREED
TO... GIVES THE GOVERNMENT TOO MUCH
POWER.

AND THE PRESIDENT REVERSED COURSE..
AGREEING TO SENATOR JOHN MCAIN'S BILL
PROHIBITING THE TORTURE OF PRISONERS.

(SOT BUSH)



We've been happy to work with him to
achieve a common objective, and that is
to make it clear to the world that this
government does not torture...



(VO/GRAPHIC ABU GHRAIB)

(GRAPHIC IN) McCAIN'S BILL WAS DESIGNED
TO DEMONSTRATE THAT THE MISTREATMENT AT
IRAQ'S ABU GHRAIB PRISON AND AT SECRET

CIA DETENTION CENTERS (GRAPHIC OUT) IS
NOT U.S. POLICY.



(SOT: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ))



What we are is a nation that upholds
values and standards of behavior and
treatment of all people, no matter how
evil or bad they are.



(GRAPHICS IN) THE McCAIN AMENDMENT SAYS
NO PRISONER IN THE CUSTODY OF THE U.S.
"SHALL BE SUBJECT TO CRUEL, INHUMAN, OR
DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT."
(GRAPHIC OUT)



BUT THE PRESIDENT AND HIS ADVISERS, LED
BY VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY, OPPOSED IT
BECAUSE - AMONG OTHER REASONS - IT DID
NOT GIVE IMMUNITY TO THE CIA.



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GRAPHIC= That was Bill Plante reporting.


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GRAPHIC=None Governor Mark Warner's final


budget will include 625- million

dollars for transportation.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.
File Tape 143- million will be used to
advance or complete projects identified
by Congress as national priorities.

They include getting the Route-
460 Coalfields Connector off the
drawing board and widening Interstate -
66 inside the Capital beltway.

142- million will be used to
match federal funds for already
earmarked projects.

The out- going governor says he's
proud of the progress V-dot has made
over the past four years.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Gov. Mark Warner

2:38:10 GOV. MARK WARNER: I THINK THE
OPERATIONS OF OUR TRANSPORTATION
DEPARTMENT ARE MUCH BETTER OFF, BUT THE
PROBLEM IS WE'RE A GROWING STATE AND WE
CONTINUE TO HAVE NEEDS THAT OUTSTRIP
OUR RESOURCES.


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OQ=





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Governor- elect Tim Kaine, who's
making transportation his top priority,
tells News 7 he's pleased with Warner's
budget.

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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Up next in the newscast,

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Worrying about weight isn't just


a human issue.

Even the penguins get self
conscious.

Stay tuned to find out how they
burn off those pesky pounds.
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GRAPHIC=None A couple who lost their 20-year old


son to suicide has launched an online
forum aimed at college students.

College age is often when depression
begins.

Statistics say 11- hundred college
students kill themselves every year.

Doctor Mallika Marshall reports.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Donna Satow
Jed's Mother


*CG 2line Phil Satow
Jed's Father


*CG standup Dr. Mallika Marshall
Reporting



*CG 2line Dr. Henry Chung
New York University



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OQ=Marshall for CBS News. <


(END SOT)



(nats)(New York, NY)

THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS A DIFFICULT TIME
FOR PHIL AND DONNA SATOW.

SEVEN YEARS AGO THEIR SON JED WAS IN
COLLEGE.

EVERYTHING SEEMED FINE, BUT AFTER A
TOUGH BREAK UP WITH HIS GIRLFRIEND,

THE 20-YEAR-OLD TOOK HIS OWN LIFE.



(SOT-Donna Satow/Jeds Mother)



um, he came home for Christmas vacation
and he broke up with a

girlfriend and he did this.



WHY HADNT THEIR SON REACHED OUT?.

AT THE TIME PHIL AND DONNA WERE SHOCKED
TO FIND OUT MANY UNIVERSITIES

DIDNT OFFER MUCH HELP.

STUDENTS WITH SUICIDAL THOUGHTS OR
FEELINGS WERE OFTEN ON THEIR OWN.



(SOT-Phil Satow/Jeds Father)



and more than half of the suicides in

college today are out of the blue

suicides. Kids that have never gone to
a couseling center.



(STANDUP: Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS
NEWS/Boston, MA)

THE SATOWS DECIDED TO CHANGE THAT.

THEY STARTED THE JED FOUNDATION AND AN
OUTREACH WEBSITE CALLED

U-LIFELINE.



(nats)

THE SITE ALLOWS STUDENTS TO TAKE AN
ANONYMOUS SCREENING.

IT ALSO PUTS KIDS IN TOUCH WITH
PROFESSIONALS ON THEIR CAMPUS.

NEW YORK UNIVERSITYS DOCTOR HENRY CHUNG
SAYS U-LIFELINE ALSO HELPS

STUDENTS ORGANIZE THEIR THOUGHTS AND
FEELINGS.



(SOT-Dr. Henry Chung/New York Univ)



many students develop the first signs
and symptoms of depression in

college.



THE SITE IS NOW PLUGGED INTO MORE THAN
6-HUNDRED CAMPUSES ACROSS THE

COUNTRY.




(SOT-Donna Satow/Jeds Mother)



our final goal would be that there
would not be anymore suicides on

college campuses :05 they estimate
about 11-hundred a year and it's

11-hundred too many.



U-LIFELINE CONTINUES TO GROW BECAUSE OF
THE SATOWS TIRELESS EFFORT.

IT WONT BRING THEIR CHILD BACK BUT IT
MIGHT KEEP ANOTHER FAMILY FROM

LOSING THEIRS.

DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.





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GRAPHIC=None You can call it the "march of the


penguins" in Japan--

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Tokyo, Japan

But these animals are walking for
EXERCISE.


Zookeepers outside Tokyo were
concerned that their king penguins were
putting on too many pounds during
winter.

Just like humans, the fat in
penguins accumulates during the winter
months and the blood- sugar level
rises.

The twice- a- day strolls will
continue until April.

The penguins have tender webbed feet,
and can only walk long distances in
snow.

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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER When we return,

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT It's not unusual to see Santa's


rockin' to Christmas music this time of
year.

But these Santa's have
decided to take it under the Sea.
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GRAPHIC=None The Atlantic Coast Conference has


named Virginia reserve defensive back
Ryan Best the 2005 recipient of its
Brian Piccolo Award.

The award has been given out
since 1972 to a conference player whose

courage epitomizes the spirit of
Piccolo.

Piccolo played for the Chicago
Bears in the N-F-L until he was
stricken with cancer.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#=1 Ryan Best underwent chemotherapy


and radiation treatment during the
offseason, often participating in
workouts on the same days as receiving
treatments.

He played in ten games this season,
mostly on special teams and in the
nickel defense.

The Williamstown, New Jersey
native was in on 14 tackles for
Virginia, and has one more game to play
on December 30th in Minnesota.



(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=NFL Cincinnati Bengals rookie


receiver Chris Henry is questionable
for Sunday's game against the Detroit
Lions.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Henry is facing traffic and



marijuana charges following his arrest
yesterday in northern Kentucky.

Police in Covington say when they
pulled the 22-year-old over for
speeding and driving with expired tags,
they found two small bags of marijuana.

A Bengals spokesman says the team
is "aware of the reports regarding
Chris Henry" but doesn't want to
comment further on such legal matters.

Henry was released on bond and
was at practice yesterday.

He is scheduled to appear in
court January 13th.

(END VO) (END VO)





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GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech High School Prospects continue to


make committments to Virginia Tech.

Zach Luckett, a Running Back and
Safety out of New Jersey, has verbally
committed to play his college ball in
Blacksburg.

Luckett is rated the 9th best
player in Jersey by Rivals.

He's ranked the 25th best

athlete in the country.

This is Tech's second committment
this week.


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GRAPHIC=STAGG BOWL The Wisconsin Whitewater team


that made its way here to Salem for the
D-3 Title Game may feel some extra
karma as their Girls Volleyball team
won a National Championship in Salem
last month.

While Wisconsin-Whitewater is a
newcomer to the Stagg bowl, their
opponent Mount Union is not.

Travis Wells checked in with both
teams.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Alliance, OH
National Semifinals
:00
*CG 2line Nate Kmic
Mount Union Running Back
:19
*CG 2line Larry Kehres

Mount Union Head Coach
:32
*CG locator Whitewater, WI
National Semifinals
:45
*CG 2line Bob Berezowitz
Wisconsin-Whitewater Head Coach
:55
*CG 2line Justin Beaver
Wisconsin-Whitewater Running Back
1:04
*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
1:16
*CG 2line Carey Harveycutter
Stagg Bowl Director
1:27



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OQ=News 7 Sports." < (END SOT) game on October 22nd, its first such


loss since 1994, ending a streak of 110
regular season victories.

But the Purple Raiders refocused
and now find themselves back in Salem
bidding for an 8th national title.

NATE KMIC/MOUNT UNION RUNNING BACK:

LARRY KEHRES/MOUNT UNION HEAD COACH:

While Wisconsin-Whitewater is

here for the first time, the Warhawks
didn't back in. In fact, with a win
this weekend, the Hawks will have
beaten the last three national champs,
this postseason in Saint John's,
Linfield, and Mount Union.

BOB BEREZOWITZ/WISCONSIN WHITEWATER
HEAD COACH:

JUSTIN BEAVER/WISCONSIN WHITEWATER
RUNNING BACK:

TRAVIS WELLS:

CAREY HARVEYCUTTER/STAGG BOWL DIRECTOR:

The two teams have met just twice
before, with Mount Union winning both
the 2002 and 2003 season openers. In
Salem, Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.>>
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GRAPHIC=STAGG BOWL When it comes to Division 3, top


players are not normally as highly
recruited as Zach Luckett.

The winner of the Gagliardi Award
this year, though, might have been.

They handed out the Gagliardi in
Salem to D-3's best player this season
as part of the Stagg Bowl festivities.



ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
:00 The winner was Linfield
Quarterback Brett Elliott.

He led the Tigers to the
national title in last year's Stagg
Bowl after transferring from Division
One Utah.

This season Elliot and Linfield
didn't make it back for the game but
not due to the effort by their
quarterback.

He threw for 4 thousand yards
and 49 TD's.

He is the 6th Q-B to win the
award.

The Tigers lost to
Wisconsin-Whitewater in the
quarterfinals this season 44 to 41.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=




*CG 2line Brett Elliott
13th Gagliardi Award Winner
:00




RUNS=27 (END SOT)



OUTCUE=THAT WE'VE HAD AT LINFIELD."



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GRAPHIC=None At first glance, it looks like


the North Pole melted--

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Seoul, South Korea

Actually, these Santas are
putting on an underwater concert at
South Korea's biggest aquarium, the
COEX.


ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL Santa Claus is coming to town...



INQ=Santa claus...





RUNS=6 (END SOT)



OQ=to town...





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Along with the guys in the red

suit.. the tank is filled with sharks
and other sea creatures.

The show features a wide range
of instruments including an electric
guitar, tambourine and even the
xylophone.

The performance - called "Lib
Sink Comic Carol Concert in the Water"
- will go on until Christmas Day.

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