05/29/06

News 7 at Noon

CAPTION: Deadly Day


There is more violence in Iraq. Two
members of a CBS crew are killed and a
correspondent is seriously injured.
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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2





CAPTION: Memorial Day



The nation pauses to remember our
fallen war heroes - as many men and
women risk their lives on the front
lines.


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CAPTION: Hot & Humid

Hot and humid conditions for our
Memorial day. When's the next chance of

rain. I'll show you.

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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Susan


Bahorich filling in for Kimberly
McBroom.

<< *CG standup Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=Iraq Two-members of a CBS television


crew are dead and a reporter is
injured.

The crew was embedded with the
U.S. Army when it came under attack
today - reporter Kimberly Dozier is
reportedly in critical condition.

Charlie D'Agata has more.

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*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq


*CG standup Charlie D'Agata
CBS News



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(END SOT) Like so many times before, CBS News


Correspondent Kimberly Dozier and

her crew. British cameraman Paul
Douglas and british soundman James

Brolan were traveling in a US
convoy...this time with the 4th

Infantry Division on what you might
call a "routine" story -- covering

American troops for Memorial Day.




They were only planneng to be out for a
back

to the CBS Ba`hdad bureau in time to
edit their piece and do a live shot

for the Early Show.



(VIDEO OF SCENE) LOCATOR: BAGHDAD



Following what the US military is
calling a "curious incident," in the

Karada neighborhood of Baghdad, Dozier,
Douglas and Brolan got out of

their armored vehicle...and that's when
a nearby car packed with

explosives detonated.



Douglas and brolan died at the
scene...Kimberly was medevaced to a US

military hospital inside Baghdad's
"Green Zone," where she underwent

surgery for serious injuries sustained
in the attack.



A US soldier was also killed in the
attack...and six more were
wojjj!j6/jjunded.



48 year old Veteran cameraman Paul
Douglas leaves behind a wife, two


daughters and three grandchildren.



He was no stranger to war duty -- and
regardless of how grim the

scenario he always packed his
personality along with his flak jacket.



42 year old Soundman James Brolan
leaves behind a wife and two

childrenhe's been in and out of iraq
and afghanistan over the past year.



The two men were fearless. they knew
the risks.. But faced them anyway.



They did not choose to stay safely
huddled in an armed fortress of a

hotel, but tried as they could to go
out and get the pictures to tell

the story.



It was important to them, and they had
a passion for it. But it's not

something they would have died
for...given the choice.



ON CAMERA CLOSE: CHARLES
D'AGATA/LONDON




KIMBERLY'S CONDITION CAN BE DESCRIBED
AS CRITICAL. BUT DOCTORS ARE

CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC. AND A GOOD SIGN
IS THAT SHE'S STABLE ENOUGH TO BE

MOVED TO A BETTER EQUIPPED MILITARY
HOSPITAL NORTH OF BAGHDAD. cd, cbs

news, london.



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CAM Today is the day the nation
GRAPHIC=Memorial Day pauses to remember our fallen war


heroes.

This Memorial Day takes on
special significance with so many men
and women risking their lives on the
front lines in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Susan Roberts reports from
Washington.



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INQ=nats - The nation's Commander...




*CG locator Arlington
:00



*CG 2line Susan Roberts
CBS News


*CG locator Kabul, Afghanistan


*CG 2line Col. Tom Collins
U. S. Military Spokesman


*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

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(END SOT) The nation's Commander-in-chief paid


tribute to Americans killed in action
at Arlington National Cemetery this
memorial day. the President Bush and
Mrs. Bush attended the wreath laying
ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns.

sot: President Bush



(Roberts Bridge)

With American lives on the line
overseas...the President's remarks and
the solemn ceremony take on special
significance. More than 2700 hundred
U.S. military personnel have died since
operations began in Afghanistan and
Iraq.

(natz)

In Kabul, Afghanistan...a deadly

traffic accident involving U-S troops
turned into chaos and rioting. A
military convoy rammed into a rush hour
traffic jam...and then locals accused
U.S. troops of firing on civilians.

A U.S. military spokesman said a
mechanical failure led to the accident.

sot: Col. Tom Collins/U.S. Military


Spokesman

"At least one coalition military
vehicle fired warning shots over the
crowd. We will determine the facts and
cooperate thoroughly with Afghan
authorities."

(natz Iraq)

In Iraq...a string of eight bombings
has left dozens dead and wounded, but
no U.S. military causalities. At least
seven died when this minivan exploded
near the entrance of an open air market
in a suburb north of Baghdad.

Back in Washington...as the nation
pauses to remember on this Memorial Day
....President Bush says he's well aware
of the dangers facing U-S troops each
and every day. He thanked them for
their service and called upon the
nation to do the same.

Susan Roberts, CBS News, Washington.>>

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GRAPHIC=Hold Dozens of veterans gathered in


downtown Roanoke to mark Memorial Day.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The traditional ceremonies in Lee
Plaza included Senator John Edwards, a
former Marine.

He placed a wreath at one of the
walls listing Roanoke-natives who died
serving their country.

And he told the crowd -the county
is asking very little of its citizens
and much of its military at this time
in its history.

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GRAPHIC=None A Roanoke home will need a face


lift after a car slammed into it last
night.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

It happened around 10:30 in the
24-hundred block of Westover Avenue.

Fire officials say a car smashed
through a fence, flipped over and
crashed into a house.

Two people were inside in the
car.

They refused medical treatment at
the scene.

However, the driver was taken
into custody under suspicion of DUI,
but we have no word of any charges or
arrests.

No one was inside the home at the
time of the accident.
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GRAPHIC=Earthquake Emergency aid is now arriving in


parts of Indonesia hit Saturday by a
powerful earthquake.

Thousands are dead, 10-thousands
are injured and hundreds of thousands
are homeless.

Drew Levinson has the latest.

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*CG locator Bantul, Indonesia


*CG 2line Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
Indonesian President



*CG reporter Drew Levinson
CBS News



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(END SOT) (LOCATOR: BANTUL, INDONESIA)



In Indonesia--where the earthquake
hitthe pain is still etched across the
faces.

Hundreds of thousands of villagersnow
homelessare still trying to come to
terms with a world turned upside down.

(NATSOUND BREAK EARTHQUAKE SCENE)

The earthquake hit Indonesia s heavily
populated Java Island on Saturday.

Registering a 6-point-3---it s


responsible for the deaths of more than
43-hundred people in an area that
stretches over hundreds of square
miles. Most of it is farmland.

(NATSOUND RELIEF)

Reliefin the form of food, water,
clothing, tents, and medicine from
around the world is being rushed inand
the lines to receive them are long.

(SOT IN INDONESIAN: NO SUPER)



(NATSOUND UP AND DOWN)

This man says I m here looking for aid

for my people in my village, this is
now the first aid we will receive.

Indonesia s president toured the area
and said he is pleased the world is
coming to his country s aid.

(SOT: SUSILO BAMBANG


YUDHOYONO/INDONESIAN PRESIDENT)

"I HAVE TO BE THANKFUL FOR THAT. AND OF
COURSE, I AM ALSO GLAD BECAUSE OUR OWN
PEOPLE ARE SUPPORTING AND GIVING AID TO
THEIR BROTHERS AND SISTERS WHO ARE IN
DIFFICULT STAGE NOW."

(VOLCANO)

And the people there are dealing with
another fear.

Activity at the nearby Mount Merapi has
intensified since the quake.

It continues to spit out lava and hot
clouds and sending debris avalanching
two and a half miles down the mountain.

(HOSPITAL TREATING THEN SERARCHERS)

While doctors treat the survivorsrescue
workers continue scouring the area to
see if just maybe they can find one
more person alive beneath all the
rubble.

They are praying for a miracle in a
place that now looks like hell.

Drew Levinson, CBS News.>>

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HARD MUSIC UNDER There's more News 7 at Noon to
come.

Up next attorneys for Saddam
Hussein say he was justified in killing
hundreds of people.

Plus we'll look at some of the
losers in the race to find alternative
fuels.
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INQ=I'm Manuel Gallegus.







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OQ=coming up.


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GRAPHIC=Hussein, Saddam Saddam Hussein's trial is done


for the day in Baghdad.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

Defense witnesses today testified
the former Iraqi leader was justified
in a crackdown on Shiites after a 1982
assassination attempt.

In court today, a defense lawyer
complained a man in the audience was a
Shiite militia member and had
threatened lawyers before.

The lawyer said the man was
"pointing at" him and whispering to
another person in the audience.

Militants killed two defense
lawyers soon after the trial began.

The judge ordered the man to
leave court.


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GRAPHIC=Tim Kaine Governor Kaine is looking forward


to ending the budget stalemate in
Virginia.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

Funds for a long term
transportation overhaul have delayed
the approval of a state budget.

This week, lawmakers decided to
set aside the issue until the fall, in
hopes of reaching an agreement.

Governor Kaine says the
transportation overhaul is gone for
now, but not forgotten.

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INQ=There were some




*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine

00:18:38

KAINE:THERE WERE SOME VERY GOOD MOVES
THIS WEEK AS FAR AS FINDING A

COMPROMISE AND I THINK WE'RE ON PATH TO
GETTING A BUDGET IN A COUPLE OF WEEKS.
THE TRANSPORTATION PIECE IS STILL VERY
MUCH IN THE AIR. IM GOING TO KEEP
PUTTING PRESSURE ON BECAUSE WE NEED A
TRANSPORTATION SOLUTION. CONSTRUCTION
COSTS ARE GOING UP. WE'RE GOING TO
SOLVE IT. IF WE DONT DO ANYTHING NOW
AND THEN COME BACK AND TRY TO SOLVE IT
EVERYTHING IS JUST GOING TO BE A LOT
MORE EXPENSIVE.

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OQ=more expensive.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The governor is scheduled to
resume talks with budget negotiators
this week.

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GRAPHIC=None For more than a century engineers


have been trying to come with a way to
power cars that didn't involve

gasoline-and they're still trying..

As you consider the price of gas
this Memorial Day, Manuel Gallegus
takes us through some of the innovative
designs that just never made it.

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INQ=EARLY IN THE 20TH CENTURY..




*CG 2line Leslie Kendall
Petersen Automotive Museum
:12


*CG 2line Manuel Gallegus
CBS News
1:03



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INTERNAL COMBUSTINE CARS WERE ROLLING
OFF THE ASSEMBLY LINE, GASOLINE STILL
WASN T A SURE THING.

ENGINEERS WERE LOOKING FOR A MORE
EFFICIENT WAY TO MOVE PEOPLE AROUND



-SOT-LESLIE KENDALL, CURATOR, PETERSEN


AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM 12;29;05

It s interesting to know how many

technologies have been around and for
how long they ve been here. Electric
cars have been in existence since about
the 1860 s or 1870 s.



THIS WAS ONE OF THE FIRST ELECTRIC
CARSSORT-OF A WOODEN CRATE ON
WHEELS--BUILT BY A 17 YEAR OLD IN LOS
ANGELES IN 1897.

THEN CAME THE LUXURY MODELS -- THIS
1915 DETROIT ELECTRIC WAS PREFERED OVER
GAS BY WEALTHY WOMEN.



-SOT-LESLIE KENDALL, PETERSEN


AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM

They were cleaner and you didn t have
to bend over to turn the starting
crank.



AN EXHIBIT AT LOS ANGELES S PETERSEN
AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM GOES THROUGH THE
DECADES OF EXPERIMENTATION IN THE QUEST
FOR THE PERFECT CAR.

THERE S A STEAM POWERED 1909 WHITE-O -

AN INCREDIBLY POWERFUL 1963 CHRYSLER
TURBINE WITH ITS MASSIVE AIR FILTER
THAT COULD RUN ON ANY ALCOHOL-EVEN
VODKA OR PERFUME!

AND WHEN FUEL WAS SCARCE IN

1938--CITROEN BUILT A SEDAN THAT RAN ON
COAL BURNED IN ITS FENDERS.



-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LOS
ANGELES

Probably the most surprising car in the
collection is this one, a 1917 Woods
that s a gas /electric hybrid. 13:0:51



AT 25-HUNDRED DOLLARS, IT WAS WILDLY
EXPENSIVEBUT IT WAS A BREAKTHROUGH.

YET DESPITE ALL THE INNOVATIONS, GAS
ALWAYS WON OUT.



SOT-LESLIE KENDALL, CURATOR, PETERSEN


AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM

gasoline is energy dense, it can be
easily transferred as fuel.



TODAY AUTOMAKERS ARE FOCUSED ON HYBRIDS
AND HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS

AND DON T EXPECT THIS NUCLEAR POWERED
STUDEBAKER TO BLAST OUT OF HERE THIS
SCI FI CRAFT ONLY MADE IT AS FAR AS A
MUSEUM.

MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LOS
ANGELES.>>
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GRAPHIC=None The actor who played the angry


high-school principal in the 80s hit,
"The Breakfast Club," has died.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Paul Gleason also appeared in


more than 130 movies and T-V shows
including "Die Hard," "Johnny Be
Good," and National Lampoon's Van
Wilder."

Before becoming an actor, Gleason
played Triple-A minor league baseball
for a handful of clubs in the late
1950's.

Gleason's wife says he died at a
California hospital from a rare form of
lung cancer linked to asbestos.

He was 67-years-old.

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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Up next on the newscast,

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG tease GRILL SAFETY

today marks the official kickoff of
the cookout season. After the break,
we'll look at ways you can keeping your
grilling safe.


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GRAPHIC=None Memorial Day marks the


"unofficial" start to the summer season
- and with that, tons of people will be
grilling out or BarBQ-ing today.

But according to the CDC- you
might be taking your life into your own
hands - about 76-million people a year
get sick from food in the U.S.

Christy Feig F-eye-g has more.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Dr. Richard Raymond
USDA





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OQ=CF, NEWS7. <<(nat of sizzling meet)



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--TRACK--

BURGERS ON THE GRILL... IT'S A STAPLE
OF SUMMER. BUT IF YOU'RE NOT CAREFUL,

COOKING ON THE COALS CAN BE A RECIPE
FOR ILLNESS



--sot--



The tummy ache progresses to diarrhea,
which can progress to vomiting, high

fever, dehydration.



--TRACK--

THE CULPRITS ARE BACTERIA WITH
COMPLICATED NAMES LIKE CAMPYLOBACTER,

SALMONELLA, AND E.COLI 0157:H7 THAT CAN
BE FOUND IN MEAT.



THEY'RE KILLED WITH COOKING, BUT IF YOU
DON'T HANDLE THE FOOD PROPERLY THEY CAN


BE DEADLY.



THE U-S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING TIPS TO KEEP
GRILLED

MEAT SAFE...



FIRST: KEEP MEAT COLD UNTIL JUST
BEFORE IT HITS THE GRILL.



SECOND: WASH THE SURFACES AND UTENSILS
YOU USE TO CUT THE MEAT WITH HOT SOAPY

WATER



--sot--



It only takes one drop of juice from a
poultry breast to cause salmonella case

in a human being.



AND ONE OF THE MOST COMMON MISTAKES:
AFTER YOU MARINADE THE MEAT, MAKE SURE

YOU COOK THE LEFTOVER SAUCE IF YOU PLAN
TO USE IT AS A GRAVY



ONCE IT'S ON THE GRILL, YOUR WORK ISN'T
DONE. MAKE SURE YOU COOK THE MEAT

THOROUGHLY. GROUND BEEF SHOULD BE
COOKED INSIDE TO 160 DEGREES... POULTRY
AT


165 DEGREES. AND USE A MEAT
THERMOMETER.



--sot--



You can't tell my lookin' ...you can't
tell by lookin' at hamburger whether

it's cooked at 160 degrees.



--TRACK--

AND IF YOU HAVE A LARGE AMOUNT OF FOOD
TO PREPARE, DON'T LEAVE IT OUT TOO
LONG.

GERMS CAN GROW IN THE HEAT OF SUMMER.
IF YOU'RE NOT USING IT, PUT IT BACK IN

THE FRIDGE.



I'M CHRISTY FEIG REPORTING FROM
WASHINGTON.



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You can find more safe grilling
advice on the U-S Food and Drug
Administration's website.

You can find a link to it on our

page at WDBJ7-dot-com.


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On Wall Street at Noon,
*CG noonstox

the Dow was points. Nasdaq
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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER It was an action packed race
weekend.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease LONG DAY

Jimmie Johnson was the favorite
to win the Coca-Cola 600.

Did he pull through, stay tuned
to find out.
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GRAPHIC=Lowes Jimmie Johnson was the odds on


favorite to win the Coca-Cola 6-hundred
at Lowe's Motor Speedway.

He had won the last 3 of the
longest race on the cup circuit and was
bringing back the same car he won the
All-Star event in last weekend.

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*CG locator Concord, NC
Fox Johnson rolled off in the second
row of the 6-hundred behind only 2
dodges.

They didn't get going for very
long, when on lap one Dale Jarrett got
tapped by Robby Gordon and went into
the wall and his day was done, blame
partially on a new spotter for the
number 88.

For the third time in a week,

Tony Stewart crashed.

He wrecked in the All-Star Race,
wrecked in the Busch Race and then he
hit the wall and wrecked in the Cup
Race.

Stewart got out of the car slowly
and was taken to the hospital - he has
a broken shoulder blade.

Later in the race after the sun
went down, Casey Mears would get loose
and hit the outside wall come back
down.

He collected Kyle Busch which
wrecks the number 5 car.

Busch was none to pleased with
this- so he threw his Hans Device at
Mears.

In the end it was all Kasey Kahne
who led 1 hundred and 58 laps but most
importantly he led the final one to
pick up his 3rd win of the season and
it's the first time he's won where he
didn't start from the pole.

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*CG 2line Kasey Kahne
4th Career Nextel Cup Win










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*CG nascar1 COCA-COLA 600
1. Kasey Kahne


2. Jimmie Johnson


3. Carl Edwards


4. Mark Martin


5. Matt Kenseth


FINAL RESULTS


*CG nascar1 COCA-COLA 600
6. Jeff Burton


7. Greg Biffle


8. Jamie McMurray



9. Denny Hamlin


10. Reed Sorenson


FINAL RESULTS


*CG nascar1 COCA-COLA 600
11. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


12. Jeff Green


13. Scott Riggs


14. Paul Menard


15. Jeremy Mayfield


FINAL RESULTS


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16. Robby Gordon


17. Bobby Labonte


18. Joe Nemechek


19. Clint Bowyer



20. J. J. Yeley


FINAL RESULTS


*CG nascar1 COCA-COLA 600 >>>
21. Martin Truex, Jr.


22. Travis Kvapil


23. Casey Mears


24. Johnny Sauter


25. Kyle Petty


FINAL RESULTS
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GRAPHIC=Indy 500 There was high drama and high


temperatures for the 90th Indianapolis
500.


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*CG locator Speedway, IN
ABC The race started with all smiles
from the Andretti family as Michael
returned to a race car to drive
alongside his son Marco.

Sam Hornsish Junior was on the
pole for the race and Lance Armstrong
was behind the wheel of the pace car.

Lap 67 saw trouble for Tomas
Scheckter. He hit the outside wall and
then slided all the way across the race
track to t-bone the wall at the
entrance to Pit Road and his day was
done.

While under the caution for
Scheckter's accident, Jaques Lazier
would hit a piece of debris and send it
into the stands, 5 fans were injuried,
thankfully none of them were serious,
the worst of the bunch was just a knot
on the head.

Hornish Junior stayed near the
front for much of the day until while
coming in for a pit stop his fuel hose
got caught, he received a drive through
penalty that put the Definance Ohio

native at the back of the pack.

Dan Wheldon the defending
champion had the car to beat for much
of the race, leading more laps than any
other car but he was not a factor at
the end.

The race came down to Marco
Andretti who passed his father Michael
Late in the race and Hornish Junior who
rebounded from the penalty to beat
Marco to the stripe to win his first
ever Indianapolis 5-hundred.

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GRAPHIC=MLB It took a little while longer


than many expected,

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*CG locator San Francisco, CA

but Barry Bonds is now alone in
second on the All-Time Home Run List.

He hit number 715 yesterday in
the 4th inning.

But Bonds and the Giants lost to
the Colorado Rockies.


Barry now only trails Hank Aaron
on the Home Run List.

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GRAPHIC=None The Senior P-G-A Championship


went to playoff between Jay Haas Haaz
and Brad Bryant and 1 extra hole was
not enough.

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ENG#=1 This one went to the 3rd Playoff


hole before it was decided.

Haas made par from the bunker

That meant Byrant needed a putt
to tie and send it to the fourth
playoff hole, and when he pulled it
left, Haas won his first-ever Major.
*CG locator Memphis, TN The regular tour was in Memphis
for the Fed-Ex Saint Jude Classic, and
for a while, the final-round leader
board was a crowded one.

Until Jeff Maggert MAG-gert took
control with an eagle from deep to give
him a 3-shot lead and he gets the win
at 9-under par.

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