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Coming up on news seven at eleven
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reaction to the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Rabin continues to pour in from around the world.
And a tremendous blaze in San Francisco claims a one-hundred year old church.
And four-hundred thousand dollars will get you this 17 foot tall drier.
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News seven at eleven is next.

Wythe-Shooting


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
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Wythe County Police are investigating a shooting that took place earlier tonight.
It happened in Rural Retreat.
Authorities have not released the names of the persons involved but say one person was transported by Life Guard 10 to Roanoke.

Rabin


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#net-a
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Reaction to the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin continues to pour in from around the world.
The 73-year-old leader was gunned down after a peace rally in Tel Aviv last night.
Today world leaders began the long journey to his funeral.
CBS news correspondent Elizabeth (CAL-EH-DIN) Kaledin has the story.
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SUPER=03-Miami, FL; :00
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SUPER=07-Cardinal John O'Connor; :17
SUPER=04-Yesterday; :26
SUPER=01-Dan Rosenthal/Assoc. Dir. Kahane Chai; :46
SUPER=01-Mordechai Levi/National Dir. Jewish Defense League; :59
SUPER=01-Benjamin Netanyahu/Chmn. Likud Party; 1:25
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(( (( AT SYNAGOGUES AND CHURCHES AROUND THE COUNTRY...THE MOURNING PROCESS BEGAN...
THE ASSASSINATION OF ITZAK RABIN WAS THE FOCUS OF PRAYER SERVICES OF EVERY DENOMINATION.
YITZAK RABIN WAS GUNNED DOWN BY A JEWISH EXTREMKST.>>A MAN CLAIMING TO BELONG TO A RADICAL GROUP OPPOSING ANY PEACE WITH P.L.O. LEADER YASSIR ARRAFAT..
MEMBERS OF SIMILAR EXTREMIST GROUPS...SUCH AS KAHANE CHAI ...SHED NO TEARS FOR RABIN AND SAY THEY ARE NOT SURPRISED BY HIS MURDER:
A OTHER LESS RADICAL GROUPS..LIKE THE JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE WHO ALSO OPPOSED RABIN DID REGRET HIS MURDER:
MORDECHAI LEVI/NATIONAL DIR. JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE:
Many who did support Rabin fear his death will be the death of peace in the middle east...but on the Sunday morning talk shows...Isreali officials seemed optimistic that the tragedy of rabin's death could be a catalyst...an invitation to defy efforts to derail the peace process:
((COURTESY/ ABC "THIS WEEK WITH DAVID BRINKLEY))

((SOT))BENJAMIN NETANYAHU...CHMN. LIKUD PARTY


TRACK 4: SO FAR PRESIDENT CLINTON HAS AVOIDED DISCUSSING THE FUTURE OF PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST...VISIBLY SHAKEN BY THE DEATH OF A MAN HE SAID HE LOVED AND ADMIRED...THE PRESIDENT SPENT SUNDAY MORNING AT CHURCH SERVICES...THEN HE AND THE FIRST LADY WENT TO THE ISREALI EMBASSY TO SIGN A CONDOLENCE BOOK...
MEANWHILE...THE SOMBER TREK TO JERUSULEM HAS BEGUN...PRESIDENT CLINTON IS TRAVELLING WITH AN ENTOURAGE OF ABOUT 40 PEOPLE...TO PAY THEIR RESPECTS TO YITZAK RABIN AT FUNERAL SERVICES ON MONDAY...ELIZABETH KALEDIN CBS NEWS, NEW YORK)) ))

React


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE# 95-85
GRAPHIC=Rabin


Here in the valley the reaction to Rabin's death has been the same.
Jewish leaders are asking local congregations to come together and discuss their feelings.
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((RABBI JEROME FOX/BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE: THERE HAS BEEN A TREMENDOUS OUTPOURING OF DISBELIEF AND OF GRIEF THERE IS A NEED I THINK PEOPLE HAVE FOR RITUAL AT THIS TIME. AND TO MEET THAT NEED WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A COMMUNITY SERVICE TOMORROW MORNING AT EIGHT A-M.))
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ANCHOR=Ron
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Tomorrow two area synagogues are holding a joint community service that it is open to the public.
The service is at 8 A-M at the Temple Beth Israel.
There will be memorial prayers and open discussion.

JUVENILE-CRIME


ANCHOR=RON
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=DAL
TAPE# 95-94
GRAPHIC=none


Juvenile crime is on the rise.
In Virginia, half of all felonies are committed by offenders 16 and younger.
And the average age of convicted murderers is 19.
As Denise Allen reports, these statistics have prompted lawmakers to look into reforming juvenile laws.
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SUPER=03-Martinsville/October 31; :00
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(( Tommy Lawrence Helms is 16 years old.
Last Monday, he turned himself into authorities investigating the shooting death of Lavina Scales.
Prosecutors in this case want to try Helms as an adult. ((ATTORNEY GENERAL JIM GILMORE: DEAD IS DEAD. AND WHEN YOU'VE GOT A VICTIM DEAD, YOU'VE GOT TO BEGIN TO SET A STANDARD IN THE COMMUNITY. THE TIME HAS COME TO BEGIN TO THINK ABOUT PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY AND REFORMING THE SYSTEM.))
In Wythe County, a teenager is charged with killing a sheriff's deputy last December.
A judge ruled last week that 16 year old Christopher Shawn Wheeler will stand trial as an adult.
In Virginia, juveniles can be tried as an adult when they're 14.
Some say the system waits too long to intervene, giving juvenile offenders little or no punishment for their early offenses. ((ROB LANAHAN/CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: OFTEN TIMES WE DON'T PROVIDE CHILDREN IN ADOLESCENCE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BENEFIT FROM THOSE. WHAT WE DO IS TEACH THEM THEY CAN RATIONALIZE AND THEY CAN LOOK FOR EXCUSES.))
Lt. Governor Don Beyer says lawmakers have already attacked the problems surrounding juvenile law, now the government needs to work on prevention.
He says the solutions will take years. ((LT. GOVERNOR DON BEYER: WE NEED TO INVEST IN HEAD START PROGRAM FOR THREE AND FOUR YEARS. WE NEED VERY SERIOUS WELFARE REFORM SO THERE ARE HONEST WORK ROLES IN THE COMMUNITY AND IN THE FAMILY TO GIVE THESE FOLKS SOMETHING APPROPRIATE TO LOOK FOR.))
Attorney General Jim Gilmore chairs the Governor's Commission on Juvenile Justice Reform.
The commission is currently studying ways to reform the system, in hopes of protecting the community and providing appropriate punishment for juvenile offenders.
Denise Allen News 7.))


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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
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Coming up on News-7,
Election day is almost here and we'll let you know about some interesting races.
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And firefighters were RACING to the scene in San Fransisco as a historic church went up in flames.
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ANCHOR=Kimberly

wx ad lib
An upper level disturbance brought a taste of winter to western parts of the region today in the form of snow flurries.
But that system is heading east-- leaving behind clearing skies and more cold temperatures.
Clouds will be on the increase tomorrow-- and that'll mean showers lasting into Election Day.
We'll tell you all about that in the forecast-- please stay with us. MUSIC UP FULL
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Church-Fire


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
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In San Francisco a fire destroyed a 100-year old church this morning.
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The blaze also spread to an adjoining building and to an apartment complex which had to be evacuated.
The St. Paulus Lutheran Church was dedicated in 18-94 as a wooden reproduction of a French Cathedral.
The church had survived the great San Francisco earthquake of 19-06.
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Glaise-Hawkins


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=tha
TAPE# 95-77
GRAPHIC=Campaign 95


As with all of the political races across the state, the Southside state senate candidates have the campaign finish line in sight.
Republican incumbent Charles Hawkins is proud of his service in Richmond.
But Democratic Challenger Joyce Glaise thinks that she would be a better representative for the 9-th district.
Teresa Hamilton has the story.
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SUPER=03-Danville; :00
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(( Democrat Joyce Glaise is a familiar face in Danville. For seven years, she's served on City Council.
HELLO, I'M JOYCE GLAISE...
Glaise is also a teacher.
Not surprisingly, Education is once reason she decided try her hand at politics.
I KNOW THAT EDUCATION EQUAL JOBS, EDUCATION CAN BRING A LOT OF ADVANTAGES TO THIS AREA IF WE HAVE A GOOD EDUCATION SYSTEM.
During the last election, Glaise was a write in candidate. She describes herself as person for all people, NOT a career politician.
WORKING TOGETHER ON POSSIBLY CRIME PREVENTION. DEALING WITH ISSURES RELATING TO WELFARE. ALSO WORIKNG WITH BUSINESSES AND EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT ALL OF THOSE SHOULD BE WORKING TOGETHER TO BENEFIT THIS AREA.
Glaise has accused incumbent Charles Hawkins of mostly representing the interests of the wealthy.
Hawkins, however, dismisses the criticism.
TO SAY THAT I'M AN ELITIST IS PROBABLY REACHING FOR THE FURTHEST STRAW IN THE HAYSTACK.
Like Glaise, Hawkins is a familiar face.
For 14 years, he's served in the legislature.
If re-elected, he says one of his goals will be keeping young people at home.
FOR TOO LONG, WE'VE LOST GENERATION AFTER GENERATION TO THE CITIES. RICHMOND, ROANOKE, WHEREVER TO FIND JOBS BECASUE WE'RE NOT ALLOWING OURSELVES TO DEVELOP IN AREAS THAT PRODUCE THOSE MIDDLE TO UPPER INCOME JOBS WHICH IS JUST WHAT WE NEED.
Hawkins also has other plans for Southside. But it will be up to voters if he'll get the chacne to make those a reality. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))

Botetourt-County


ANCHOR=Ron
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WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 95-78
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In Botetourt County, two candidates are vying for the Commonwealth's Attorney position.
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Joel Branscom is challenging incumbent Rob Hagan.
Branscom has been an assistant prosecutor in Roanoke for nearly 11 years.
The Botetourt County native says his experience as an urban prosecutor will help him do the job.
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((JOEL BRANSCOM/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY CANDIDATE: BOTETOURT IS GROWING. I THINK THE COMBINATION OF HAVING THAT BOTETOURT BACKGROUND AND THE EXPERIENCE I'VE GOTTEN IN ROANOKE CITY IS GOING TO HELP ME MEET THE NEEDS OF BOTETOURT AS IT GOES TO THE YEAR 2000.))
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Hagan has been prosecuting in Botetourt County for 15 years.
He says his broad experience as a trial lawyer makes him the best candidate for the job.
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((ROB HAGAN/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY CANDIDATE: I'VE DEFENDED CRIMINAL CASES OUTSIDE BOTETOURT COUNTY AND I'VE LEARNED THE DEFENSE LAWYERS BAG OF TRICKS. I'VE LEARNED HOW TO SIZE UP THE PROSECUTIONS WEAKNESSES JUST AS WELL AS I SIZE UP THE STRENGTHS.))
SUPER=01-Rob Hagan/Botetourt Co. Commonwealth's Attorney;
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Business-Review


ANCHOR=Ron
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WRITER=lbe
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GRAPHIC=BUSINESS REVIEW


Unemployment is below the state average,
Bell Atlantic is improving service,
And the Dow was up.
Len Besthoff gives us the week's top economic stories in the News-7 Business Review.
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Optical Cable of Roanoke County has temporarily postponed plans to sell its stock to the public.
A good portion of the money it wants to raise will go toward doubling the size of its plant.
Bell Atlantic will add 120 people to its offices in Roanoke, Richmond, and Norfolk to address what it calls sub-standard customer service.
It plans to complete the hiring by January.
Advance Auto Parts IS going ahead with a major expansion.
The Roanoke retail chain make the addition at its regional distribution center, but no new jobs will be created locally.
Unemployment in Roanoke and Lynchburg remains low.
In September Roanoke registered a three-point-five-percent jobless rate, Lynchburg came in at four-point-four-percent.
The First Citizens Bank of Raleigh will increase its presence in our area.
It has purchased First Union branches in Martinsville and Henry County.
Roanoke Gas and a number of other area companies posted quarterly earnings this week.
The utility had a loss for the most recent quarter, but its annual profits rose six-percent despite going through the third warmest winter in the last 60 years.
Meanwhile, Charter Federal Savings of Bristol says its net income dropped 44-percent.
Five affiliated national banks, the Patrick Henry Bank, Blue Ridge Bank, South Boston Bank, Peoples Bank of Danville, and the First National Bank of Rocky Mount ALL report earnings per share up AT LEAST 43-percent for the first nine months of 1995.
And up to 150 workers at the Volvo-GM truck plant in Dublin will lose their jobs next year.
In January the plant will cut its production from 80-to-64 trucks a day.
Checking the Dow Jones Industrial Average for the week, it rose 84-points, closing at 4825.57.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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MUSIC ON TAPE
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Coming up,
A Blacksburg teacher gets an award for her hard work and innovative ideas.
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And some athletes were working hard as the Special Olympics came to a close today in Roanoke.
Stay tuned.
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Special-Olympics


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 95-86
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The Special Olympic Fall Games concluded today in Roanoke.
Almost five hundred athletes participated in volleyball, soccer and rollerskating.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The athletes train for eight weeks for the Olympic Games.
Special Olympics is a year round program.
About 12-hundred volunteers came out to help these special Olympians achieve their goals.
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((AMY SMITH/SPECIAL OLYMPICS: IT'S AN AVENUE FOR THEM TO BUILD SELF ESTEEM. IT'S AN AVENUE FOR THEM TO GET IN BETTER PHYSICAL CONDITION. IT'S ALSO A SOCIAL AVENUE. SO THEY BENEFIT IN A LOT OF DIFFERENT AREAS FROM PARTICIPATING IN THE TOURNAMENTS.))
SUPER=01-Amy Smith/Special Olympics;
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Miss Virginia, Amber Medlin stopped by the games to hand out medals and offer support.
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Teaching- Awards


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 95-87
GRAPHIC=Education


Is it possible to sail the seven seas without leaving your third grade classroom?
It appears so, and a teacher from Blacksburg won an award for figuring out how to accomplish the feat.
Last week, Virginia Tech's College of Education presented Kym Helms an Excellence in Education award for the Ocean Adventure Project.
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The class set up a saltwater aquarium and used the information superhighway to communicate with people at sea.
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((KYM HELMS/AWARD RECIPIENT: AND WE FOLLOWED A SAILBOAT RACE AROUND THE WORLD, AND SO WE STUDIED THE OCEANS THE SAILORS WERE SAILING OVER AND COMPARED THOSE ENVIRONMENTS TO THE ENVIRONMENT IN OUR SALTWATER TANK. AND IT CROSSED ALL CURRICULUM AREAS, IT WAS AN EXCITING HANDS-ON PROGRAM FOR MY STUDENTS. WE NEVER USED A TEXTBOOK AND COVERED EVERYTHING AND MORE THAT WE NEEDED TO COVER LAST YEAR. ))
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Helms was among 11 winners from across the state.
The College of Education awards innovative teaching in Virginia's public schools and community colleges.
Interim Dean Wayne Worner says he's pleased to see more and more collaboration with the university.
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((WAYNE WORNER/VA TECH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION: AS I WALK THROUGH THE DISPLAYS HERE I FIND EVIDENCE THAT OUR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, OUR COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT, OUR BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT AND OTHERS ARE NOW GETTING INVOLVED WITH PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN WAYS THAT WE HAVEN'T SEEN IN THE PAST. ))
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The Awards Conference ALSO provides a forum for Tech professors and public school teachers to exchange ideas.
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#RS95-1
GRAPHIC=Redskins/Chiefs


Gus Frerotte, without his top two receivers, had his worst day as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Washington Redskins 24 to 3.
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SUPER=03-Kansas City, MO/FOX SPORTS; :


The noise in the sky over Arrowhead Stadium this afternoon was a fly by by the Stealth Bombers.
Kansas City made some noise on its first possession Marcus Allen takes the handoff and scores from one yard out and the Chiefs took the 7 to nothing lead.
The game got rough in the second quarter Washington's James Washington and K-C's Danon Hughes go at it near the end of the second quarter.
Kansas City would score the SUPER=30-Kansas
City/=24/Washington/==3;second touchdown of the game when Steve bono goes to

the air and hits Willie Davis on the 19 yard touchdown pass the Chiefs led 14 to nothing and Kansas City wins it 24 to 3.
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((GUS FREROTTE/11 OF 34 140 YARDS: )) ((NORV TURNER/REDSKIN HEAD COACH: ))
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SUPER=01-Norv Turner/Redskin Head Coach; :13
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S-Panthers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-17
GRAPHIC=Panthers/49-ers


The Carolina Panthers have become the only expansion team to beat a defending Super Bowl Champion.
This afternoon Carolina came up with five turnovers to beat San Francisco 13 to 7.
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One of the turnovers turned into a Carolina touchdown. Early in the first quarter Panther defensive back Tim Mckyer picks off this Elvis Grbac pass and he returns it 96 yards for the touchdown and the Panthers took a 10 to nothing lead.
The Panther defense was just as tough late in the second quarter Lathon gets in and sacks Grbac for a big loss on this play.
San Francisco got on the board late SUPER=30-Carolina/=13/San
Francisco/==7;in the fourth quarter on this Derek Loville one yard run but the

Panthers win it 13 to 7.
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S-Packers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-21
GRAPHIC=Packers/Vikings
A 39 Yard field goal with no time left on the lock lifted the Minnesota

Vikings over the Green Bay Packers 27 to 24.
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SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN/FOX SPORTS; :


The Viking fans were fired up for the showdown with the Packers.
Green Bay took the lead early in the first quarter when Edgar Bennett takes the handoff and scores from 13 yards out to make it 7 to nothing.
But Warren Moon rallied the Vikings this 3 yard touchdown pass to Andrew Jordan in the first quarter tied the game at 7 to 7.
Moon connected on 2 touchdown SUPER=30-Minnesota/=27/Green
Bay/=24;passes in the third quarter this 5 yarder to Chris Carter made it 17
to 16 Vikings and Minnesota wins it 27 to 24.
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S-Broncos


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-18
GRAPHIC=NONE
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In Denver, John Elway completed this 14 yard pass to Aaron Craver to become the seventh player in N-F-L history to pass for 40 thousand yards as the Broncos routed the St. Louis Cardinals.
for that and all of today's N-F-L scores lets check the boards.
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CHRYON MOTION
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-23
GRAPHIC=UVA Football


The Virginia Cavaliers have moved back in to the A-P Top 20 in this weeks poll.
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The Cavaliers pulled off the biggest win in school history Thursday night by upsetting second ranked Florida State 33 to 28.
The victory gives the Cavaliers a 7 and 3 record and puts them back in the chase for a major bowl.
Virginia is ranked 14-th with two games left. Next week at Maryland and the season ender in Charlottesville against the Hokies.
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Nebraska holds down the number one spot followed by Ohio State, Florida, Tennessee and Northwestern.
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Florida State, Kansas State, Notre Dame, Colorado and Kansas round out the top 10.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up,
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Dale Jarrett cruises to victory after a wild finish in the Jiffy Lube Miami 300 Busch Grand National Race in Miami.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB95-1
GRAPHIC=TECH FOOTBALL


The Virginia Tech Hokies have re-entered the Top 25 this week.
The Hokies check in at number 21 thanks to last night's 31-to-7 win over Syracuse.
A win that Mike Stevens says has guaranteed Tech its third straight post season appearance.
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SUPER=01-Keyna Cory/Carquest Bowl Chairman; :22
SUPER=01-Rick Catlett/Gator Bowl Executive Director; :46
SUPER=@mike1; :56
SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Coach; 1:11
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OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."


((3 years ago Frank Beamer couldn't buy his way into a bowl game. But my have times changed. Four professional bowlers scouted the Hokies 31-7 drubbing of Syracuse and the fans behavior after that hame did absolutely nothing to hurt the Hokies Reputation.
KEYNA CORY/CARQUEST BOWL CHAIRMAN: THEY TOOK 21 THOUSAND PEOPLE TO THE GATOR BOWL AND I'M CONVINCED THAT THEY'LL TAKE AT LEAST THAT AMOUNT OF PEOPLE TO THE CARQUEST BOWL. I'VE WATCHED THEM...I'VE WENT TO SOME OF THE AWAY GAMES AS WELL, AND I'VE WATCHED THEM FILL UP THEIR BLOCKS IMMEDIATELY AND LOOKING OFR MORE TICKETS. SO THAT TELLS US A LOT OF GOOD THINGS ABOUT THE FANS AND THAT THEY WOULD TRAVEL.
But by beating Syracuse the hokies likely played their way out of the Carquest, and into a much bigger, million dollar plus payday in another bowl.
WE DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM HAVING VIRGINIA TECH BACK 2 YEARS IN A ROW AND WE'D HOPE THAT THE VIRGINIA TECH FANS WOULD WANT TO COME BACK TWO YEARS IN A ROW. ESPECIALLY WITH THAT NEW STADIUM WE'VE GOT DOWN THERE FOR THEM .
They folks at the Gator Bowl would take tech right now if they could, and a return trip to Jacksonville wouldn't be so bad for the Tech program.
But the Hokies are holding out hope for something even bigger. Like a date at the Sugar Bowl with an opponent like Notre Dame. And Frank Beamer hasn't given up hope that he also may be playing in the Orange Bowl.
YOU KNOW, I THIK VIRGINIA TECH HAS A LOT TO OFFER AND I THINK THESE BOWL PEOPLE FEEL LIKE WITH OUR SUPPORT AND THE WAY WE PLAY, I THINK THEY'D THINK WE HAVE A LOT TO OFFER.
Unfortunately for college football fans, none of the bowls may be able to offer anything for almost another month.
WE COULD BE STANDING HERE DECEMBER 3RD MAKING OUR FINAL PICKS AND THAT'S NOT GOOD. WE DON'T WANT TO DO THAT. WE'D LIKE TO GO AHEAD AND MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT IN THE NEXT COUPLE WEEKS BUT IF DOESN'T LOOK NEW THAT WE'LL BE ABLE TO DO THAT.
STILL A WAITING GAME. LOT OF FOOTBALL TO BE PLAYED.
Tech will try to keep it's big bowl hopes alive when it takes on Temple theis coming saturday at RFK stadium.
In Blacksburg, Mike Stevens, News 7 Sports.))

S-Race


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11PM
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-30
GRAPHIC=Busch Logo


The 1995 NASCAR Busch series ended today in the Jiffy Lube 300 at Homestead, Florida.
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SUPER=03-Homestead, FL/CBS SPORTS; :


Joe Nemechek had the dominant car early in the race he would lead the first 67 laps before he had to get out of the car late in the race because of a high fever.
An exciting finish with 2 laps to go.
Kenny Wallace was leading but he gets bumped in the rear taking out his car, Hermie Sadler's and David Pearson's the top three cars.
That opened the door for Dale Jarrett he takes the checkered flag winning the Jiffy Lube Miami 300 Busch Race.
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((DALE JARRETT/JIFFY LUBE MIAMI 300 WINNER: ))
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OUT Q=.......APPRECIATE IT."
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Smart-Machines


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 95-84
GRAPHIC=Smart Machines logo


A Martinsville company knows the true meaning of the phrase "think big."
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SUPER=03-Martinsville;


Take a look at this.
This mammoth industrial drier is the latest product designed and manufactured by Smart Machines.
It's 17 feet tall and 20 feet wide, and goes for the low, low price of 400-THOUSAND-dollars.
It's used to dry sheets of fabric, upholstery, and carpeting as long as a football field.
The machine has six different sections.
It's operator can regulate each one so it has a different speed, temperature, and airflow.
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((GARLAND SMART/SMART MACHINES CEO: WE FEEL LIKE THAT THE TESTS WE'VE RUN AND THE RESULTS WE'VE GOTTEN HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS, OUR CUSTOMER'S EXTREMELY PLEASED WITH WHAT THEY'VE SEEN, AND WE THINK IT'S ONE OF THE MORE PROGRESSIVE, UNIQUE DRYERS THAT WILL BE GOING TO MARKET AT THIS POINT IN TIME.))
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The company has been custom building massive pieces of machinery like this for decades.
It used to be called Martin Processing.
Smart Machines has a variety of customers in a variety of industries, including Cross Creek Apparel, Philip Morris, and Anheuser Busch. (-------------) The company has about 70 employees.