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Coming up on news seven at six,
Allegations of police brutality against Roanoke P-D... police say they were just doing their job.
And the controversy continues over a another exotic club in Montgomery County.

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
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In sports, Dale Jarrett wins the Busch Clash at Daytona While Massachusetts and Wake Forest pick up victories in college basketball.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Kimberly
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After starting the day off with mild temperatures-- Mother Nature's reminding us that it's still winter.
Colder air's moving in-- along with some snow flurries. open
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Roanoke-Police


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#96-2
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A Roanoke man and several police officers were injured after an early morning incident.
30-year-old Steven Leftwich is in satisfactory condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
He says the officers used unnecessary force.
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Leftwich says he was a passenger in a car when police pulled them over for a broken tail light.
Police could not indicate why they were attempting to arrest Leftwich.
Police did say he resisted arrest and that's when the trouble began.
The incident happened on Campbell Avenue around 3:30 this morning.
Leftwich is being charged with assault and battery of two Roanoke police officers and causing injury to a state trooper who was assisting the city officers.
According to police the window of a business was broken during the fight when Leftwich and an officer fell through it.
Leftwich and his family say he did nothing to provoke the attack and that he's thinking of seeking legal action.
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ANCHOR=Ron
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The officers and the state trooper were treated and released.
The driver of the vehicle was uninjured and NOT charged.

Carroll-Co


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=none


An armed robbery in Carroll County sends a man to the hospital.
Yesterday, police say two black males forced their way into Jimmy Nester's trailer in Cana.
Nester was tied up and struck in the head.
He was taken to a North Carolina hospital where he was treated and released.
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One suspect is described as a black male with a pale complexion.
He's six foot, two- hundred pounds, wearing a camouflage coat and jeans.
The other is also a black male.
Six foot, two- hundred and fifty pounds, wearing a dark hooded jacket and jeans.

Parental-Notification


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Abortion


A legislative committee today endorsed a bill requiring a parent, grandparent or adult sibling to be notified when a girl under 18 seeks an abortion.
The measure was sent to the House of Delegates floor on a 17-5 vote of the Courts of Justice Committee.
Passage by the full House is considered likely -- but the bill could face an uphill battle in the Senate.
The Senate Education and Health Committee already has killed a similar proposal.


Child-Abuse


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-
GRAPHIC=Session 96


A bill to lower the burden of proof in child abuse cases is now in the hands of the House of Delegates.
The legislation narrowly passed through the Senate Thursday.
And some social workers say the bill could increase their workload without increasing their resources.
Denise Allen reports.
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((((SEN. BO TRUMBO/R-BOTETOURT CO.: THOSE SCALES THAT WE WEIGH OUR JUSTICE ON HAVE TO BE PUSHED MORE THAN JUST A SLIGHT TIP IN ONE DIRECTION. THIS IS AN ABUSE CASE. THEY CAN TAKE CHILDREN FROM YOU.)) ((SEN. JOE GARTLAN/D-FAIRFAX: YOU ARE NOT TRUSTING THE MATTER TO OVERZEALOUS PEOPLE WHO ARE ACTING ON THEIR OWN.)) ((WE INTERVIEWED JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT JUDGES IN ALL THE MAJOR AREAS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. FAIRFAX, TIDEWATER, ROANOKE. UNIFORMLY, THESE JUDGES PRAISE ALMOST WITHOUT QUALIFICATION, THE WORK THAT CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES WORKERS DO IN BRINGING THEIR CASES TO COURT.))
This is just a sample of Thursday's heated debate.
The bill at issue would change the wording of a law concerning child abuse cases.
At this time social workers must have "clear and convincing evidence of child abuse," before filing a complaint.
The new wording lowers the burden of proof to "a preponderance of evidence." ((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/D-ROANOKE: THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES DETERMINES THAT THE PARENT HAS COMMITTED AN ACT OF CHILD ABUSE. THE PARENT WOULD THEN HAVE THE RIGHT TO APPEAL TO THE JUVENILE JUDGE AND HAVE THE CASE HEARD ALL OVER AGAIN.))
For every founded child abuse complaint social services must offer programs for rehabilitation. ((CORINNE GOTT/ROANOKE SOCIAL SERVICES: WE WANT TO CONSIDER HOW WILL WE DO THE TREATMENT. WE WOULD HAVE TO HAVE STAFF OR WE WOULD HAVE TO HAVE PURCHASE OF SERVICES IN ORDER TO REFER THEM TO COUNSELORS.)) ((THIS BILL WILL GIVE PARENTS MORE RIGHTS WITH REGARD TO APPEALING THE DETERMINATION OF CHILD ABUSE. WHAT WE REALLY NEED IS TO PROVIDE CHILDREN WITH THE SERVICES THEY NEED.))
Corinne Gott says just changing the law won't help children.
She says society needs to start making children a priority.
The House of Delegates will start debating the proposal in the next two weeks.
Denise Allen News 7.))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=NONE


Coming up on News-7,
Another candidate for the Roanoke Symphony Conductor Position will show his stuff tomorrow,
But HE'LL conduct with his instrument, as well as his baton.
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VO-NAT


And,
The opening of a second exotic club in Montgomery County has prompted lawmakers to attempt changing local ordinances.
That story next...
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ANCHOR=Kimberly

wx ad lib
You're probably wondering what happened to all the warm weather we enjoyed yesterday-- and even this morning.
A cold front moved through-- and the strong northwesterly winds are bringing us back to reality.
Temperatures will drop into the 20s tonight-- and some areas are already seeing some snow flurries.
We'll tell you what to expect over the next few days-- coming up in the forecast. MUSIC UP FULL
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Strip-Club


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 95-110
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Another exotic club has opened in Montgomery County.
Bumpers Cafe opened Friday in Radford.
Just last month a strip club re-opened in the Plum Creek community. Now citizens in the county will have an opportunity to voice their opinion about both clubs tomorrow night at a public hearing.
Jay Moore reports.
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((Juice's re-opened after being closed for alleged obscene performances.
Charges were dropped against three dancers at the request of the commonwealth's attorney who says the state law was too vague.
Now the county is presenting a new local ordinance at the hearing.
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((ROY THORPE/MONTGOMERY CO. ATTORNEY: IT'LL BE PRESENTED TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR THEIR CONSIDERATION. NO DECISION HAS BEEN MADE YET. BUT BEFORE THEY DECIDE THEY'LL GET TO HEAR WHAT THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY PEOPLE REALLY WANT.))
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The county is following the language of a Virginia Beach ordinance.
When that ordinance was passed, some restaurants and clubs filed suit ... saying it was an infringement of their freedom of speech.
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((THORPE: THAT WENT UP TO THE SUPREME COURT OF VIRGINIA AND THE COURT FOUND THAT IT WAS NOT AN INTRUSION AND BASICALLY THE IDEA THAT THE PUBLIC DOES HAVE A RIGHT TO EXPECT CERTAIN COMMUNITY STANDARDS BE UPHELD AND PUBLIC DECENCIES TO BE PROTECTED.))
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The public hearing will be held at seven o'clock in the Montgomery County Courthouse.
Jay Moore, News 7, Montgomery County. ))

Business-Review


ANCHOR=Ron
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A big acquisition, a possible sale, and a brave new world for the area's communications companies.
Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in southwest and central Virginia with the News-7 Business Review.
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(( First Union will overhaul its back office operation in Roanoke County...a division that has about 200 workers.
The bank does not anticipate the move will reduce its 22-hundred member workforce in the Roanoke Valley, though.
One of Lynchburg's largest employers says it had a strong 1995.
The First Colony insurance corporation says its after tax operating income was up eight-percent compared to the year before.
The company that owns Rubatex in Bedford plans to buy out a competitor.
R-B-X Holdings of Roanoke has signed a letter of intent to purchase the Ensolite division of the Uniroyal Technology Corporation.
The owner of the Tetra plant in Blacksburg has put the company on the selling block.
Warner Lambert is exploring the sale of the aquarium products division, which employs about 100 people in the New River Valley.
Thursday was a banner day for communications companies as large as Bell Atlantic to the upstart N-R-V Net.
They say the Telecom reform package signed into law will present them with numerous expansion possibilities.
Checking the Dow Jones Industrial Average for the week, it rose 168-points, closing at 5541-point-62.
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ANCHOR=Ron
SS=Business News


Also this week, union workers at Alcatel have approved a new contract.
The rank and file will receive a ten-and-a-half-percent pay hike over a three-year-period.
The Roanoke County company makes the fiber for fiber optic cable.

Conductor


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=bmy
TAPE# 96-7
GRAPHIC=Hsin


The fourth of five conductor finalists for the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra will make his debut tomorrow night.
Ming-Feng Hsin (shin) is currently Conductor of the South Shore Symphony in Long Island, New York and holds the first violin position at the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.
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Hsin (shin) says his goals in Roanoke would be to raise the community's pride in its orchestra and bring the music to the children of the Valley through educational programs.
Hsin will be conducting the Monday Night Classics concert at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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((MING-FENG HSIN/CONDUCTOR CANDIDATE: IT'S GOING TO BE A VERY EXCITING PROGRAM AND WE ARE STARTING WITH ROMEO AND JULIET. I WILL BE THE SOLOIST FOR THE BEETHOVEN ROMANCE AND I THINK IT WILL BE INTERESTING TO CONDUCT FROM THE VIOLIN AND IT'S A BEAUTIFUL PIECE. ))
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ANCHOR=Ron
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Tomorrow's concert starts at eight.
The Roanoke Symphony Orchestra will announce it's new music director in April.

Boucher


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 96-11
GRAPHIC=Payne


Congress will be looking for someone to fill the shoes of Fifth District Representative L.F. Payne.
Today the fifth district G-O-P committee decided it would use a convention to select a candidate.
The convention will be held May 18th.
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VO-NAT
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Payne, a Democrat from Nelson County said Monday he would not be seeking another term.
State Senator Virgil Goode has already announced his intentions to seek the Democratic nomination for the seat.
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Rick Boucher, who has worked closely with Payne in Congress, sang Payne's praises but declined to make any endorsements.
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((REP. RICK BOUCHER/(D) NINTH DISTRICT: I WILL SAY THAT I'M VERY HOPEFUL THAT L.F. WILL BE REPLACED BY SOMEONE WHO HAS HIS VIGOR, HIS ENERGY, HI INTELLIGENCE, HIS NON- CONFRONTATIONAL BIPARTISAN APPROACH TO SOLVING PROBLEMS, AND I'M CONFIDENT THAT SUCH A PERSON CAN BE FOUND AND WILL BE RUNNING IN THE FIFTH DISTRICT. ))
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Boucher says he hopes that Payne will decide to run for a state- wide office in the next election.
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MUSIC ON TAPE
ANCHOR=Ron
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Coming up,
We'll take a look at a new pool opening in Roanoke, that should help out all sorts of people.
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VO-NAT


And,
A couple has opened a gallery in Franklin County--
They're featuring art that they think will catch on.
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MUSIC UP FULL
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Westlake-Wildlife


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=tho
TAPE# 96-1
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As more people are able to get out in the warmer weather--one Franklin County couple has opened a gallery--full of all the things you'd find outside.
Our intern reporter Tracey Hoffman has more from the world of the wild.
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((Judy Sears and David Kinne drove across the U.S. for close to a year before moving to Franklin County.
But now that they've moved to the area from New York--they've made their way into the business world.
The couple opened Westgate Wildlife Gallery, Incorporated with all the things THEY love in mind.
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((JUDY SEARS/PRES. WESTGATE WILDLIFE GALLERY, INC.; WELL, DAVE KINNE AND I HAVE BEEN COLLECTING WILDLIFE OURSELVES FOR SEVEN OR EIGHT YEARS. IT'S SOMETHING WE ALWAYS ENJOYED COLLECTING, IT'S HARD TO FIND PEOPLE THAT DON'T LIKE WILDLIFE, IT SEEMS TO HAVE A NATURAL ATTRACTION TO MOST PEOPLE.))
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The items for sale in the gallery have been brought in from across the U.S., Canada, and Sweden.
At Westlake Wildlife, the limited edition prints are mounted using a method called conservation framing--which leaves the prints in their original state.
Each step of the framing process can be reversed if needed.
But limited edition prints aren't the only things in the gallery that attract attention--in fact, there's something for everyone...
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((JUDY SEARS/PRES. WESTLAKE WILDLIFE GALLERY, INC.; SO WE'RE TRYING TO APPEAL TO A WIDE VARIETY OF PEOPLE WITH A WIDE VARIETY OF COLLECTION DESIRES AND A WIDE VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE AND BASICALLY SEE WHAT SELLS.
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AS YOU SAID, WE HAVE JEWELRY, PILLOWS, CANDLES, BOOKS, MUSIC, BESIDES THE PRINTS AND THE COLLECTIBLE ITEMS.))
Judy Sears and Dave Kinne have received a lot of positive feedback from the community.
But the couple has one main concern--they want people to know where they're located--Westlake Corner, intersection of 6-16 and 1-22 in Franklin County.
Tracey Hoffman, News 7.))

Aqua


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 95-115
GRAPHIC=YWCA


Roanoke's Central Center Y-W-C-A is inviting the public to come take a look at it's new renovated swimming pool.
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At a warm, 88-degrees, this pool is a teaching pool-- meaning it's flat and four and-a-half feet deep.
It's completely accessible for the disabled, a feature appreciated by this Arthritis Aquatics class.
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((HARRIET LEWIS/YWCA CENTRAL CENTER: ONE OF THE THINGS THAT HAPPENS WITH PEOPLE WHO ARE DEALING WITH PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL CHALLENGES IS THAT THEY TEND TO BECOME ISOLATED FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD. AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET IN THE POOL AND FELLOWSHIP WITH OTHERS WHO ARE GOING THROUGH THE SAME CHALLENGES WHO ARE BENEFITING AND SHARING THE ENJOYMENT OF THAT BENEFIT JUST BOOSTS SPIRITS AND YOU SEE PEOPLE LEAVING HERE IN A DIFFERENT FRAME OF MIND THAN THEY ARRIVED. BETTY SITTLER: IT'S WONDERFUL AND THE WATER IS SO WARM, BECAUSE WITH ARTHRITIS AND WITH A LOT OF MUSCLE DISEASES, YOU TEND TO TENSE UP, THEY TEND TO GO INTO SPASMS AND IN THE WARM WATER YOU GET A NICE TWO HOUR NAP AFTER THIS...THEN LAUGHS ))
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The Y also offers a program called KISS-- for Kids in Special Situations, as well as aqua aerobics, a seniors swim, and a therapeutic swim.
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((MARY JANE CLARY: AS FAR AS THE PAIN IS CONCERNED, YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE A WHOLE LOT MORE PAIN. USE IT OR LOSE IT. ))
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For many people, water therapy can offer increased range of motion, stamina, and flexibility.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, the Number one and number two ranked college basketball teams were on the hardwood this afternoon Wake Forest hosted Duke.
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And Dale Jarrett blows away the field in the Busch Clash at Daytona this afternoon.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-Ice-95
GRAPHIC=Express logo


The Roanoke Express took on Charlotte in an afternoon matinee at the Roundhouse with hopes of winning their fourth straight.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Express vs. Checkers;


Roanoke was primed for the weekend sweep of the division's top two teams, after knocking off Richmond last night.
After taking a 1-nothing lead early in the first, Ilya Dubkov keeps things going by slipping the puck between the goaltender's legs, and the Express led 2 to nothing after 1.
Roanoke took a three goal lead before the visiting Checkers got on the board. J.F. Aube knocks home this rebound.
But a solid performance by Matt Del SUPER=34-Roanoke/==4/Charlotte/==2;

Guidice between the pipes kept Charlotte at bay and the Express wins it 4 to 2.

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S-Clash


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-31
GRAPHIC=Busch Clash


At Daytona today a 17 car field and two 10 lap sprints and when it was over Dale Jarrett was the winner of the Busch Clash in a ford.
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Rick Mast led the first lap of the first segment but there was no question who had the fastest car. Sterling Marlin took the lead on the second lap of the sprint.
Dale Earnhardt started in the back and he would remain there for the rest of the segment.
Marlin had the power in his chevrolet to remain up front and he led the final nine laps to win the first segment.
The cars went to the pits to make adjustments for the second segment of the race.
The field was inverted putting Earnhardt up front and he would lead the field for a couple of laps.
But Jarrett made a move passing six cars on the first lap and he had the power to hold off the field and win his first Busch clash.
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((DALE JARRETT/BUSCH CLASH WINNER: EVERYONE SEEMED TO BE WANTING TO FOLLOW EARNHARDT THERE, AND SO I JUST DECIDED TO GO TO THE INSIDE, AND I HAD SOME GOOD HELP FROM THE BACK, AND YOU KNOW, JUST FORTUNATE THAT THINGS WORKED OUT. I HAD AN AWFUL GOOD CAR. I MEAN THE ENGINE WORKED OUT, THE CHASSIS WORKED GREAT, JUST A TRIBUTE TO THESE GUYS FOR GETTING THIS CAR READY. )) ((STERLING MARLIN/FINISHED SECOND: WELL, IT'S ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE I GUESS. THE CAR DROVE REALLY GOOD, THE CAR RUN GOOD, THE 500 CAR WAS GOOD WHCIH WE SAVED IT, IT'S A LITTLE BETTER THAN THIS CAR. SO WE'RE GONNA TRY TO DO OUR BEST, AND DO OUR BEST ALL WEEK.)) ((DALE EARNHARDT/FINISHED THIRD: I RECKON UP IN THE LEAD DRAFTING IT WAS A LITTLE BETTER. IT WOULDN'T HELP ANYTHING, IT WOULDN'T DO NOTHING...WITH SOMEBODY DRAFTING IT WAS OK. BUT I THINK WE BURNED OUT THE ENGINE A LITTLE YESTERDAY. BUT YOU KNOW, THAT'S RACING. IT'S THE BUSCH CLASH. BUT JUST GO FOR IT, AND ALL US CHEVROLETS PROBABLY JUST RACED EACHOTHER AND LET THE FORD GO ON OUT FRONT. SO, WHO KNOWS... ))
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ANCHOR=Roy
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Terry Labonte was fourth and Ken Schrader fifth.

S-Wake


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB96-1
GRAPHIC=College Hoops


The Demon Deacons of Wake Forest nailed down the number one spot in the A-C-C this afternoon with a 79 to 65 win over Duke.
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SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC/JP RAYCOM; :


Dave Odom watches as his team takes the early lead.
Duke's Ricky Price pulls up and hits this jumper as the Blue Devils break a scoring drought in the first half.
Wake would answer at the other end Rusty Larue gets out on the break for the snow bird Wake led by 10.
Then the Demon Deacons go inside Tim Duncan with the jump hook for two of his 20 points Wake led 34 to 25 at the Break.
Duke made several runs in the second half behind the play of Greg Newton who hits two of his 20 points in the game.
Then watch Duncan pass to Tony SUPER=33-Wake
Forest/=79/Duke/=65;Rutland who finds a wide open Shawn Allen underneath for

the hoop and a 13 point lead and Wake Forest wins it 79 to 65.
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S-Umass


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB96-2
GRAPHIC=College Hoops


Top ranked Massachusetts kept its undefeated season alive this afternoon. The Minutemen routed Temple 84 to 55.
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The two coaches meet at midcourt and shake hands before the start.
And U-Mass went to work going inside to Dana Dingle who scores the easy basket down low for the early lead.
Temple makes a run Bernard Stewart pulls up and nails the three pointer but the Owls were still trailed at the half.
U-Mass opened it up in the second half going inside to Marcus Camby who gets the easy jam.
But the man for the Minutemen this
SUPER=33-Massachusetts/=84/Temple/=55;afternoon was Carmelo Travieso. He was

8 of 11 from the three point line finishing with 26 as U-Mass beats Temple 84 to 55.
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=College Hoops


Several other A-P top 25 teams were on the hardwood this afternoon.
19-th ranked Iowa had an easy time beating Bobby Knights Indiana team 76 to 50.
Kentucky had a conference game and the Wildcats beat the Razorbacks of Arkansas this afternoon 88 to 73.
And in the A-C-C Todd Fuller scored 28 as N.C. State routed Arizona state 89 to 69.
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S-Eagles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S5-26
GRAPHIC=Wrestling


To the mats where the Franklin County Eagles are on pace to surpass last year's 5-th place overall finish in the Group 3A state tournament this season.
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The team is 11 and 4 on the season and Next Saturday the Eagles will go after their 9th straight individual Roanoke Valley District Title which takes place at Franklin County.
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((KRIS KAHILA/FRANKLIN CO. COACH:))
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After district, The Eagles turn their attention to the state, and the goals and expectations are always sky high. (-------------)