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Coming up on News seven at eleven
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University of Virginia place kicker Rafael Garcia has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence.
As President Clinton considers sending U-S troops to Bosnia some Serbs protest the new peace plan.
And resorts in the Virginias prepare for winter as ski season is just around the corner.
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News Seven at eleven is next.

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Good Evening.
University of Virginia place kicker
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Rafael Garcia has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence.
Earlier this week, he was named the Atlantic Coast Conference's best kicker.
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As President Clinton considers sending U-S troops to Bosnia some citizens of that nation protest the new peace plan.
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And major resorts in Virginia prepare for a white christmas as ski season is just around the corner.
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We'll bring you those stories and all the news, weather, and sports at eleven.

Ireland


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The results are in from yesterday's historic election in Ireland.
Voters passed a constitutional amendment that allows couples to divorce.
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Before the vote, the mostly Catholic country was the only Western country to ban divorce.
The issue caused a deep divide in Ireland and passed by a slim margin-- 50 point two percent FOR and 49 percent AGAINST.
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((NIAMH BHREATHNACH/IRISH CABINET MINISTER: WE HAVE TO BE SENSITIVE AS THE PUBLIC REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL OUR CONSTITUENCIES THAT THERE ARE DIVISION AND THOSE DIVISION MUST BE HEALED.))
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Ireland's chief election official ordered an immediate recount.
The results showed an even higher YES vote: 50-point-three percent.
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Meantime, the amendment is to take effect immediately, allowing divorces for couples separated for at least four years.

Bosnia


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Despite the talks concerning peace in Bosnia, a Serb official says Sarajevo will be a continuous problem just like the Middle East.
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While preparing to sign the Dayton Ohio agreement, a Serb leader says the status of Sarajevo should be renegotiated.
He says Sarajevo should be split into two cities.
Speaking on Pale television he said Bosnian Serbs would never leave the city.
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Serbs


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And in Bosnia, Serbs are already protesting the peace plan.
Thousands marched with Serb flags, protest banners, and signs in the streets.
Children were also drafted for the march as symbols of those hurt by the accord.
Many marchers vowed to stay in their homes, even though this territory would eventually be ruled by a Muslim-Croat federation.
Protestors say they fear loss of property, even death, if the city comes under Muslim rule.
The agreement is to be signed next month in Paris.
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Clinton-Response


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President Clinton has responded to the Bosnian peace talks by saying he may commit U-S soldiers to that region.
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However, the Republicans are skeptical.
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((CONGRESSWOMAN SUSAN MOLINARI/(R) NEW YORK: ))
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President Clinton says if soldiers are sent to Bosnia they would make up one third of the NATO force.
That's about 20-thousand American troops.

Model


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The family of Linda Sobek has identified remains exhumed from a California forest as those of the missing model.
Authorities say the identification was made through photographs of the remains that were found in the Angeles National Forest.
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The remains had been buried in a makeshift grave, and were those of a blond woman.
The coroner's office will conduct an autopsy, and make a positive identification.
Magazine photographer Charles Rathbun is being held under investigation of murdering Sobek.
Rathbun told authorities he'd accidentally struck and killed Sobek with a sport utility truck during a photo shoot, panicked, then buried her body.
Sobek, a former Los Angeles Raiders cheerleader, has been missing since November 16th.
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Skaters-Funeral


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Family, friends, and the international figure skating community paid final respects to Olympic Gold Medalist Sergei (GRIN-KAHV) Grinkov.
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Hundreds attended a service at the Moscow ice rink where he started his career.
Grinkov's open coffin was on the ice, surrounded by his medals, candles and flowers.
His widow and skating partner, was comforted by other mourners.
Russian skaters and coaches joined representatives from the American skating world, including Scott Hamilton.
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((SCOTT HAMILTON/OLYMPIC FIGURE SKATER: ))
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Grinkov died of a heart attack while training with his wife on Monday.
He was 28.
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Bedford-Fatal


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A Lynchburg man is dead following a vehicle accident this morning.
Police say 36-year-old, Brian Kent Dooley was traveling north on route 8-11 in Bedford County around 1-30.
He apparently lost control of his Corvette as he rounded a curve.
The car hit an embankment and flipped.
Dooley was thrown from his car.
He died at the scene.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Coming up on News-7,
A strike threatens to slow down Federal Express Christmas deliveries.
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And a Lawyer was slowing down service at the Texas Tavern-- He came up on the LOSING end of a bet.
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wx ad lib
As the holiday weekend marches on-- so does the pleasant weather.
High pressure will keep the sun shining through Monday.
We're also in the middle of a warming trend, that just keeps on getting warmer.
Highs tomorrow are expected to climb to near 60.
We'll have all the weekend details-- along with the forecast for next week.
Stay tuned. MUSIC UP FULL
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Fed-Ex


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Federal Express pilots are threatening to strike and delay hundreds of thousands packages this holiday season.
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The company's management walked away from contract talks with their union.
A Federal Express Officials says operations ran normally today and customers should expect on-time delivery of packages.
The pilots had been negotiating for their first contract with the company since the union won certification in 19-93.
The major items of discussion are salary, vacation time, changes in work rules and company profit sharing.
The Memphis, Tennessee, based company delivers an estimated 2 point 4 million items each working day.
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Garcia


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A University of Virginia football player has been arrested for driving under the influence.
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Danville police say Rafael Garcia was arrested early Thursday morning.
He is a native of Barcelona, Spain, who came to Danville as an exchange student.
The 21-year-old junior is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Danville's General District Court.
Earlier this week, he was named the Atlantic Coast Conference's best kicker.

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Texas-Tavern


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A Roanoke attorney spent the day serving hash at the Texas Tavern.
All because Virginia Tech dished out a victory over the U-V-A Cavaliers.
For Robert Bersch the work was pay off for a bet.
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Bersch and Tavern owner Jim Bullington bet on the outcome of the Tech/U-V-A football game.
If U-V-A had won Bullington would have served Cavalier coach George Welsh and 12 of his players a free meal.
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But since the Hokies downed U-V-A 36-to-29, it was Bersch who was working for free as a counterman.
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(( ROBERT BERSCH/UVA FAN: THIS IS FUN AND HAD WE NOT HAD THIS I WOULD HAVE BEEN DEVASTATED AFTER THE GAME WAS OVER, BUT THIS TOOK THE PRESSURE OFF AND GAVE ME SOMETHING ELSE TO TURN MY ATTENTION TO. JIM BULLINGTON/TEXAS TAVERN OWNER: AS YOU KNOW BOB IS AN ATTORNEY. THE PUBLIC AT CAN AT LEAST FOR A DAY SEE AN ATTORNEY DO AN HONEST DAY'S WORK.
HOW GOOD OF A WAITER IS HE?
WELL CONSIDERING HIS BACKROUND HE'S GOT A WAYS TO GO. HE'S DOING VERY WELL SO FAR. WE'RE DOING A LOT OF INTENSIVE WORK WITH HIM.))
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Bullington says he supports both schools.
This little wager was done in the name of charity.
All the tips Bersch earned as a counterman help fund the Kiwanis Christmas Party for the children of the West End Center.
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Holiday-Finances


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It's just about gift giving time.
While the presents will be delivered around the end of December, the bills will come due in January.
Denise Allen has a few tips on how to make sure you don't overspend while buying gifts this season.
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((It may sound simple, but before you hit the malls, take a look at your checkbook first. ((TOM NASTA/FINANCIAL PLANNER: PEOPLE CAN ASSESS THEIR OWN FINANCES AND JUST SEE WHAT THEY CAN SPEND. THAT'S A QUESTION WE DON'T REALLY ASK OURSELVES TOO OFTEN.))
Examining your finances is just the first step.
But Nasta says what comes next takes a lot of will power. ((NASTA: YOU HAVE TO SET PERIMETERS OF HOW MUCH MONEY YOU'RE GOING TO SPEND AND KEEP IN MIND THE AMOUNT OF MONEY YOU SPEND DOESN'T EQUATE GOOD GIFT GIVING. PEOPLE APPRECIATE THOUGHTFUL PRESENTS.))
If you're short on cash Nasta says you should consider making some of your presents.
You could make crafts or maybe cook a meal for a friend.
And he says the best way to avoid a cash shortage is to plan ahead.
Look for bargains throughout the year.
And start saving NOW for next year.
Many lending institutions offer interest bearing Christmas accounts. ((BOB SCARBOROUGH/BANK MANAGER: YOU WON'T MISS THE MONEY. IT'S A VERY SYSTEMATIC WAY OF GETTING MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS. IT IS 100-PERCENT FDIC INSURED UP TO 100-THOUSAND DOLLARS. SO IT'S SAFE.))
And these financial experts say it's a safe bet your holidays will be more joyful if you avoid impulse buying and look for the meaning of Christmas inside yourself instead of inside your wallet.
Denise Allen News 7. ))

Jury-Duty


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Are you worried about getting called for jury duty?
Statistics kept by the Virginia Supreme Court show the odds of getting called for jury duty depend largely on where you live in the commonwealth.
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Richmond has the most juries per capita -- 476 residents for every jury called to duty.
In the Hampton Roads region, Norfolk has the most juries per capita, although the number is only about half as many as Richmond.
Localities with the fewest juries per capita include Pulaski, Blacksburg, and Hopewell.

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Coming up,
The ski season is right around the corner. And most ski resorts have set their target opening dates.
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And,
Class reunions are not out of the ordinary, but this one is!
We'll show you why a SIXTH grade class from 19-69 got together for lunch.
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On-Record


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To many people, the Christmas shopping season REALLY begins when they start seeing the Salvation Army bell ringers at local businesses.
These bell ringers supplement the Salvation Army's other fundraising efforts to bring Christmas to thousands of families in the Roanoke Valley.
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Maude Merritts has been collecting for the Army for 9 years at the entrance of the Franklin Road K-Mart.
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(( K-MART MANAGER: WE HAVE A LOT OF CUSTOMERS THAT COME HERE AND IF MAUDE'S NOT HERE THEY ASK IF SHE'S SICK OR IS THERE SOMETHING WRONG. THEY GIVE HER CHRISTMAS GIFTS OR BRING GOODIES THAT THEY MAKE, AND GIFTS OF THIS THAT OR THE OTHER, AND JUST PEOPLE EXPECT WHEN THEY COME TO K- MART THAT THEY'RE GOING TO SEE MAUDE.
MAUDE MERRITTS/BELL RINGER: GOD BLESS YOU, MERRY CHRISTMAS))
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Kelly Zuber has more on how the Salvation Army organizes for the Christmas season tomorrow morning at 11 on "On Record."

Homestead


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The Homestead is getting ready for the holidays by renewing some yearly traditions.
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This year the Bath County Icon erected this 20- foot Christmas tree with more than a thousand lights and 200 boxes of tinsel.
The Christmas tree was imported from North Carolina.
Homestead officials say the holidays are a family tradition for many generations.
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((SUSAN HRUSKA/HOMESTEAD PUBLIC RELATIONS: IT'S SUCH A MAGICAL PLACE OVER THE HOLIDAYS, ESPECIALLY WHEN THE SNOW STARTS TO FALL. WE'LL OPEN OUR SKI SLOPES DECEMBER SIXTEENTH. WE'VE ALREADY HAD QUITE A BIT OF SNOW FALL FOR THE SEASON. WE'RE EXPECTING A GREAT WINTER SNOW WISE. AGAIN WITH THE LIGHTS TURNED ON AT NIGHT, WITH THE SNOW ON THE GROUND AND SURROUNDING THE MAJESTIC TOWER IT'S A BEAUTIFUL PLACE OVER THE HOLIDAYS.))
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Hruska says New Year's is the most popular time of year.
She say their rooms are usually sold out.
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Skiing


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It's only two days after Thanksgiving, but it IS getting a little colder--
And that means some folks are planning to hit the slopes.
Many area ski resorts project openings within two weeks.
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Snowshoe-Silver Creek is already open.
Timberline plans to open next Friday.
While (Ka-nane) Canaan Valley and Winterplace project a December 8th opening.
Wintergreen Resort in Nelson County also plans to open on the 8th.
The Bryce Resort hopes to open by the 9th.
And the Homestead Resort in Hot Springs is planning a December 16th opening.

S-Giles


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The Giles Spartans have captured the Division Two Region C football championship beating Lebanon this afternoon 35 to 14.
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The house was packed as the Spartans hosted the Pioneers in the regional championship game.
Leading 7 to nothing in the first quarter, Kevin Slusser goes up the right side for a 37 yard run before being tackled at the 11 yard line putting the Spartans in scoring position.
On the very next play, Reggie Hofton takes the snap and scores carrying a player into the end zone with him from the 11 and the Spartans led 14 to nothing.
In the second quarter the Pioneers are looking to get on the board. Quarterback Ryan Cowden hands off to Tommy Johnson who fumbles its picked up by Cowden who scores from 14 yards out to make it 14 to 7 Giles.
Early in the third with the Spartans leading 21 to 7 at the Lebanon 38 Hofton takes the snap and goes 62 yards up the right sideline for the score and the Spartans win it 35 to 14.
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S-Bath


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The Division one Region C championship goes to the Bath County.
The Chargers routing the Bland Bears 52 to 7.
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S-Others


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Other winners in our Friday football Extra coverage area include Appalachia a 36 to 21 winner over J.I. Burton. Appalachia will play Bath County next weekend, Powell Valley beat Haysi 55 to 30.
And in Group Two A Graham over Gate City 21 to 14.
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S-Dukes


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Appalachian State remained unbeaten by beating James madison 31 to 24 in the Division One Double-A playoffs this afternoon.
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The Mountaineers rolled into Kidd Brewer Stadium to begin their drive to a national title.
Trailing 3 to nothing Madison's Mike Cawly hooks up with Ed Perry on the 31 yard touchdown pass to make it 7 to 3 Dukes.
The Mountaineers came right back Damon Scott takes the hand off and scores from 35 yards out to make it 10 to 7 Appy State.
James Madison rallied Cawley hits Mike Woolever on the short touchdown pass and the two point conversion tied the game at 17 to 17 at the half.
But Scott Would put the SUPER=36-Appalachian State/=31/James
Madison/=24;Mountaineers ahead for good when he scores on this play and

Appalachian State wins it 31 to 24.
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S-Florida


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The bragging rights in the state of Florida belong to the Gators this season.
Florida beating Florida State this afternoon 35 to 24.
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The Gators were ready to take on the Seminoles at home this season.
Florida got off to the good start when quarterback Danny Wuerffel goes to the air and hits Jacquez Green on this 22 yard touchdown pass for a 7 to 3 lead.
The Gators led 21 to 6 when Wuerffel goes to the air again this time he hits Chris Doering on the 20 yard touchdown strike and Florida took the 28 to 6 halftime lead.
Florida State opened the third quarter with Warrick Dunn Scoring from the three yard line to make it 28 to 14 Gators.
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State/=24;Wuerffel drops back and goes deep for Ike Hilliard on this 74 yard

touchdown strike, it was Hilliard's second score and the Gators beat the Seminoles 35 to 24.
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S-College


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In Ann Arbor this afternoon 18-th ranked Michigan spoiled Ohio State's bid for a national championship by beating the second ranked Buckeyes.
The outcome sends Northwestern to the Rose Bowl as the Big 10 representative.
for that and all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, VMI was on the road at N.C. State tonight Radford hosted Tennessee-Martin.
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and the Knicks and Rockets play a wild one at Madison Square Garden this afternoon.
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S-VMI


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VMI took "Bart Ball" on the road at N.C. State tonight the Keydets fell behind by 15 at the half and come up short losing to the Wolfpack 104 to 78.
Lawrence Gullette had 20 for the Keydets.
And don't forget Your Hometown Station will carry the V-M-I Washington and Lee game live from Cameron Hall Tuesday night at 7:30.
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S-Radford


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The Radford University Highlanders opened their 1995-96 basketball season tonight against Ohio Valley Conference member, Tennessee-Martin at the Dedmon Center.
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With most of the students still on Thanksgiving break, Ron Bradley's club tried to make some noise on its own.
The Highlanders jumped on top early. Anthony Walker finds Eric Bowens, who scores with the strong move in the post.
Then watch Marquiz Williamson cross over in the open court and get the hoop and the foul.
But the Skyhawks went on a 13 point run midway through the half to take the lead.. William McFadden hits Ryan Burge on the break.
But Radford pulls away. Jason SUPER=33-Tennessee-Martin/=77/Radford/=92;

Lansdown puts in 2 of his 20 on the night and the Highlanders win it 92-77.
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S-NBA


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Robert Horry and his coach Rudy Tomjanovich were both ejected in this afternoon's game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
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SUPER=03-New York, NY/MSG NETWORK; :


And the game belonged to Patrick Ewing. Ewing had 27 points, 11 rebounds and he blocked four shots in the fourth quarter as the Knicks beat the Rockets.
For that and all of the pro scores lets go to the boards.
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S-Express


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The Roanoke Express won their third straight game in a shootout this time on the road at South Carolina.
The game was tied 2 to 2 at the end of regulation and Roanoke won it 3 to 2.
Craig Herr scored the winning goal.
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REUNION


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Nearly three decades ago, Roanoke educators tried to reach a group of students with innovative methods.
Today the students and teachers involved in the project gathered to remember old times.
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Raleigh Court Elementary's sixth grade class of 19-69 met in the cafeteria for lunch.
The braces are gone and so is a little hair off the top, but they all seemed to agree the feelings of friendship are still there.
Back in '69 overcrowding prompted school officials to turn a storage room into a classroom.
The class had only 16 members.
There were no desks.
The students sat around tables.
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((BARBARA KAPLOWITZ/CLASS MEMBER: BECAUSE WE WEREN'T SITTING AND MEMORIZING THINGS WE WERE ACTUALLY DISCUSSING, VOTING ON CURRENT ELECTIONS. WE GREW TOGETHER.)) ((SADIE WADE/1969 RALEIGH COURT ELEM. PRINCIPAL: YOU DON'T THINK YOU'RE DOING ANY GOOD, BUT WHEN THE CHILDREN TELL YOU IT WAS THE BEST TIME IN THEIR LIVES, THEY ENJOYED IT SO MUCH YOU KNOW SOMETHING GOOD HAPPENED.))
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SUPER=01-Sadie Wade/1969 Raleigh Court Elem Principal; :10
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Eleven of the 16 class members, their families and former teachers attended the reunion. (----------------)