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News-Head

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Next on News seven Virginia Tech's star quarterback,
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23-year-old Jim Druckenmiller, was arrested this morning for malicious wounding.
In Lebanon six people are dead, four of them children, after an Israeli Helicopter fired on an ambulance.
And the first annual Multiple Sclerosis Hair-A-Thon kicked off in Roanoke.
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ANCHOR=Ron
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News seven is next.

Druckenmiller


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An altercation outside of a Blacksburg bar last month has led to another arrest of a Virginia Tech football player.
SS=Druckenmiller


This time the Hokie's star quarterback.
23- year- old Jim Druckenmiller was arrested this morning for malicious wounding.
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(( Officials say this is the result of an on going investigation of a fight that occurred at a Blacksburg night spot last month.
The charges stem from Druckenmiller's alleged involvement in the beating of Shawn Elko.
Coach Frank Beamer says he's talked to Druckenmiller and in statement released today said- QUOTE-
"He should take some responsibility in the incident.
He has been punished accordingly within our football ranks.
He also pointed out..
"Just because a person has been charged with an offense, that does not necessarily mean he or she is guilty."
Druckenmiller was released today on five- thousand dollar bond.
He did participate in a scrimmage this afternoon.
George DelRicco, a standout linebacker for Tech, was arrested and charged last month in the incident.
Police say the linebacker confronted four other students.
Police say an exchange of words turned physical.
Elko and Jesse Phillips suffered from fractures to the face as a result of the fight.
The arrest of Druckenmiller comes on the heels of some other problems concerning Tech players.
Tony Morrison and James Crawford are facing a civil suit from a former Tech student.
Christy Brzonkala filed suit after claiming the players raped her. )) wipe/wipe/wipe

Campus-Slayings


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SUPER=03-Miami, FL;


A Miami University football player was found dead shortly after 7 this morning in a dormitory apartment.
A severely injured woman who was with him later died at a hospital.
Police have confirmed the identity of the male victim as 22- year- old Marlin Barnes who was a sophomore and a linebacker on the football team.
The bodies reportedly were found when a student tried to get in the apartment, but the door was blocked.
Police have no suspects at this time are are investigating it as a double homicide.
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Israel


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In Lebanon children are now among the casualties in the fighting between Israeli soldiers and Hezbollah guerrillas.
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SUPER=03-Tyre, Lebanon;


A United Nations officer said six people, four of them children, were killed when an Israeli helicopter fired at an ambulance near a port city.
At least eight people were wounded.
The Israeli military chief of staff said the ambulance was moving Hezbollah fighters within an area Israel had warned should be evacuated.
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(( AMNON SHAAHAK/ISRAEL'S MILITARY CHIEF OF STAFF: INSIDE THE AMBULANCE WERE HEZBOLLAH MEMBERS AND IT WAS MOVING BETWEEN HEZBOLLAH POSITIONS IN AN AREA WHICH WE ASKED ALL CIVILIANS TO LEAVE BECAUSE IT WAS BEING USED AS A ROCKET LAUNCH SITE.))
SUPER=01-Amnon Shaahak/Israel's Military Chief of Staff;
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According to a French reporter an Israeli Apache helicopter gunship fired a missile that struck the ambulance as it evacuated about 15 refugees from a local village.
However, Israeli officials say their attacks on Lebanon could last as long as two weeks.
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West-Bank


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SUPER=03-Jericho, West Bank;


Now the Palestinian National Authority is criticizing Israel for violating the Middle East peace process by attacking Hezbollah guerrilla strongholds in Lebanon.
At a meeting chaired by Yasser Arafat in Jerico the P-N-A cabinet ministers demanded that Israel halt its military operation in Lebanon, called "Grapes of Wrath."
P-N-A officials say they support the Lebanonese in their efforts to be liberated in the Israeli occupied territories in southern Lebanon.
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Democrat


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Democrats across the state stuffed ballot boxes today.
The caucuses determine the delegates for the state and local conventions.
Denise Allen has more.
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((Democrats across the state pledged support for the candidate they would like to see be their party's nominee for the U-S Senate seat.
Former congress woman Leslie Byrne, former state party chairman Mark Warner and Nancy Spanus are vying for the nomination.
Byrne and Warner have the edge. ((BEN TYREE: SHE LIKES TO BREAK THINGS DOWN ON A SIMPLE LEVEL WHERE THE VOTERS KNOW WHAT SHE'S VOTING FOR AND WHY SHE'S VOTING FOR IT AND MOST POLITICIANS DON'T DO THAT.)) ((REGINALD GARMAN: HE FOR POLITICS THAT I THINK ARE VERY IMPORTANT AND I THINK HE'S A VERY INTELLIGENT MAN. HE'LL REALLY MAKE A GOOD SENATOR.))
But some say they're casting their ballots for electibility rather than political beliefs. ((HENRY TIELEMAN: THE TWO CANDIDATES, THEIR IDEAS ARE VERY MUCH THE SAME BUT I THINK MARK HAS A BETTER CHANCE.)) ((JIM MOORE: SHE'S EXPERIENCED IN CONGRESS. SHE SERVED IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE AND SHE'S ALSO SERVED IN THE U.S. CONGRESS.))
Ballots cast during these caucuses elect delegates for the state and local conventions. ((SANDRA RYALS/SIXTH DISTRICT CHAIRMAN: IT'S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL WHO ARE REGISTERED VOTERS TO HAVE A SAY IN THE SELECTION OF NOT ONLY THEIR PRESIDENT, BUT ALSO THEIR SENATOR AS WELL AS THEIR HOUSE CONGRESSMAN.))
More caucuses are scheduled for Monday.
Officials say they should know who their nominee is next week.
They say that's when they'll turn their attention to defeating the Republicans.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Results


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A vast majority of the delegates elected today to attend the nominating convention
SS=Warner, Mark

favor Mark Warner as the party's U-S Senate nominee.
The state party reported that with 1,150 of the convention's total 3,500 delegates elected, Warner led
SS=Byrne, Leslie

former U-S Representative Leslie Byrne by a margin of just over one thousand delegates to 70.
Elected delegates
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supporting Nancy Spannaus, a follower of Lyndon LaRouche, numbered 52 by this evening, while 21 delegates were uncommitted.
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About two-thirds of the delegates have yet to be chosen.

Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
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Coming up on news-7,
Radford University goes ahead with the construction of a new building
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And we'll see a great way to avoid the long lines at the toll booths.
But first let's check in with Kimberly.
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Wx ad lib
All right, Ron.
It's been a day of all kinds of summer- like weather.
We started out with sunny skies and very warm temperatures-- but as the evening wore on, a line of thunderstorms came rushing through.
Rainfall totals have been around a quarter of an inch in most areas--
But the showers will taper off overnight-- leaving behind a mostly sunny Sunday.
More on that-- coming up later on in the forecast. MUSIC UP FULL
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Brush-Fire


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Lynchburg firefighters have been busy for most of the day, putting out brush fires.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg;


One fire came close to two apartment complexes near Graves Mill Road.
At one point fire officials asked people who lived at Old Mill Townhouse Apartments to close their windows because of the smoke.
The fire also came within a few feet of a complex on Mill View Lane.
A wooded area located behind the apartments caught fire but was quickly contained.
Neither building caught fire.
No one was injured but some firefighters suffered from heat exhaustion.
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Fire


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An Amherst County landmark was destroyed by fire last night.
Officials say the blaze that destroyed the Jack Howell Place may have be the result of an electrical problem.
Two families were living in the house.
Everyone escaped without injury.
The fire is still under investigation, but officials say it does NOT appear to be suspicious.
The home was built in the 1700s.

Motorola


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Motorola has pushed back the opening of a major computer chip manufacturing plant in Goochland county.
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SUPER=03-Goochland Co./September;


Company officials say it's revised its plans for the three BILLION dollar Goochland County facility.
Officials blame the delay on slowed growth in the chip business and recent boosts in capacity at a plant in Austin, Texas.
Motorola bought the 230 acre site last year.
It will employ five-thousand people at full capacity.
The plant is expected to generate more the 500 MILLION dollars in tax revenue in its first 20 years.
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Radford-Building


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Radford University's dreams for a College of Global Studies were shattered last year, but officials are still moving ahead with construction of the building that would have housed it.
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SUPER=03-Radford;


When the state yanked funding for the high- tech college, it allowed Radford to keep the five million dollars already allocated for the building.
The university scaled back the design, and is ready to advertise for construction bids at the end of this month.
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((DOUGLAS COVINGTON/RADFORD UNIV. PRESIDENT: BUT THE BEAUTY OF THAT BUILDING IS THAT IT WILL HOUSE A SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION. WE HOPE THAT WE CAN TAKE THE BEST FEATURES OF THE GLOBAL COLLEGE, ))
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((INTEGRATE IT WITH WHAT WE'RE ALREADY DOING IN A COST- EFFECTIVE WAY.))
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The building should be complete NEXT summer.
Along with international studies, it will house Radford's foreign language department.
And a high- tech telecommunications network will allow distance learning programs with teaching sites throughout the region.
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Apostolou


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Judge John (Apo-sti-lou) Apostolou has announced his retirement.
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SUPER=04-File Tape;


The judge, who's served for 11 and a half years on Roanoke County District Court, says simply he is getting older.
He says there is nothing mysterious about his retirement which takes effect June first.
He made the announcement yesterday.
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Tease#2

MUSIC ON TAPE
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Coming up,
Hair was being primped, curled, and sprayed today, all in the name of charity.
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And,
Blacksburg gets a new grocery store with everything from homemade candy to on site chefs.
Stay tuned.
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Highway-Plane


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Traffic came to a standstill for about half an hour this morning on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Why?
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To let a twin engine plane take off.
Jack Harmon of Ohio got into trouble Tuesday night while flying from New Hampshire to Tennessee.
He told authorities he had a fire in the cockpit and had to land because the plane was losing oil pressure.
The turnpike was the safest place to do that.
The stranded plane sat on the shoulder of the highway for the better part of the week while repairs were carried out.
Thanks to special permission from state authorities, Harmon was allowed to taxi his plane along the highway earlier today for the take off.
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Hair-A-Thon


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The warm weather and a charity event brought a festive atmosphere to a Roanoke hair salon.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Stylists at Hair Works on Williamson Road, donated their time and their talents to Multiple Sclerosis.
Regular customers and walk-ins participated in the first annual M-S Hair-A-Thon.
In addition to a new do, you could pick up lunch or get your face painted.
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((ANNETTE GILLISPIE/HAIR WORKS: WE KNOW SO MANY THAT HAVE IT. IT'S A CAUSE CLOSE TO OUR HEART AND I USUALLY DO THE WALK-A-THON SO WE THOUGHT THIS WOULD BE A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO DO IT THE SAME DAY.))
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All the proceeds from the event go to the M-S Society.
M-S is a neurological disorder which results in the loss of muscle control.
There is no known cure to M-S.
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S-Avalanche


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The Salem Avalanche took the diamond again tonight in game 2 of a 3 game set with the Frederick Keys.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Avalanche vs. Keys;


Salem starter Brent Crowther had his troubles early on.
Frederick's Mike Wolf hits this gapper that scores Rick Short and Jim Foster to give the Keys a 2-nothing lead.
Still in the 1st, Mike Gargiulo lines this pitch into right center for 2 RBI's and Frederick led 4-zip after 1.
The Avalanche got on the board in the 3rd. Elvis Pena gets a base knock up the middle scoring Chan Mayber. John Juidice added a solo homer cutting the
lead to 1 before the rains came. SUPER=34-Salem/==4/Frederick/==5;

but Frederick wins it by a score of 5 to 4.
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S-Orioles


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The Baltimore Orioles hosted Minnesota at Camden Yards this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/HOME TEAM SPORTS; :


Oriole Manager Davey Johnson in the dugout.
But Minnesota comes out smoking. Dave Hollins hits a double to right field

that scores Jeff Reboulet and Paul Molitor to give the Twins a quick 3 to nothing lead in the first.
Baltimore trailed 6 to 4 until the bottom of the 8-th. B.J. Surhoff sends this pitch deep over the right field wall for a two run homer and the game was tied at 6 to 6.
Then in the bottom of the ninth SUPER=35-Baltimore/==7/Minnesota/==6;

Brady Anderson with the long ball a solo homer over the right field fence and
the Orioles come back to beat Minnesota 7 to 6.
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S-NBA


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The Miami Heat has moved a half game ahead of the Charlotte Hornets in the battle for the 8-th playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
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SUPER=03-Miami, FL/NBC SPORTS; :


A hot day on the outside of the Miami arena and the Heat was just as hot on the inside.
Miami's Alonzo Mourning takes it in for the hook shot and the Heat took the one point lead in the first quarter.
But the Knicks come back going to their center Patrick Ewing. He scores the hoop over Mourning and New york lead 25 to 21.
Mourning won the battle of the SUPER=32-Miami/103/New York/=95;centers

he scored a game high 25 points as the Heat beats the Knicks 103 to 95.
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S-NHL


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For the first time in 26 years, the N-H-L's defending champion will not be in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
But Tampa Bay is in for the first time in franchise history with a win over the New Jersey Devils.
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SUPER=03-East Rutherford, NJ/SPORTSCHANNEL; :


The score was tied 2 to 2 early in the third. The Senators took a 3 to 2 lead in the third and Tampa Bays's Tom Chorkse is in the right spot he knocks in the puck from in front of the net and the Senators get the win.
For that and all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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CHRYON MOTION
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OUT Q=.....EMDONTON/TORONTO."
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Sports Tease


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And coming up,
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And Greg Norman is still in control during the third round of the Masters golf tournament.
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S-Masters


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Greg Norman will start the final round of the Masters with a six shot lead on the field.
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SUPER=03-Augusta, GA/CBS SPORTS; :


Norman's lead is the biggest since Seve Ballersteros led by 7 in 1980. The Shark took the bite out of the Augusta course. this chip shot sets up a birdie at the 8-th hole.
Norman would would finish the day shooting a one under par 71 and he sits atop the leader bord at 203 13 under par.
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((GREG NORMAN/MASTERS THIRD ROUND LEADER: ))
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NIck Faldo remains in second place but he lost two shots to Norman with a one over par 73 today. Faldo is 7 under for the tournament.
And Phil Mickelson is holding the third spot. He shot 72 today and he's at 6 under par for the event.
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S-UVA


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The Virginia Cavaliers closed out the bulk of their spring football workouts today with the annual spring game.
Mike Stevens says the defense won the game 41 to 33 thanks to an area player who is Taylor made to tackle.
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SUPER=01-George Welsh/UVa Head Coach; :41
SUPER=01-Anthony Poindexter/UVa Safety; :57(quick)
SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/2 Touchdowns; 1:17
SUPER=01-Aaron Brooks/UVa Sophmore Quarterback; 1:40
SUPER=01-Tim Sherman/UVa Senior Quarterback; 1:49
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S-Racing


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Yesterday at North Wilkesboro, First Union Corporation and SABCO racing owned by Felix Sabates announced the formation a new Winston Cup team that will race a minimum of five events this season.
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SUPER=03-North Wilkesboro, NC; :


Jay Sauter will drive the number 40 Pontiac that will be sporting the colors of First Union.
Sauter, a veteran American Speed Association driver will attempt to qualify at Darlington over the Labor Day weekend. Then run at Martinsville and Charlotte in September and finish in Atlanta.
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((JIM SAUTER/FIRST UNION PONTIAC: IT HAPPENED A WHOLE LOT QUICKER THAN WE HAD ANTICIPATED. IT WAS GOING TO BE TWELVE SUPERTRUCK RACES, AND GET OUR FEET WET, LOOKING DOWN THE ROAD. AND ALL OF THE SUDDEN, BANG, THEY PUT THIS DEAL TOGETHER. SO, IT'S EXCITING FOR ME, AND WE ARE ALL PUMPED UP, AND WE ARE GOING TO WORK HARD.))
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OUT Q=...work hard."
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Meantime, Dale Earnhardt, the last driver to be bumped yesterday will start 26-th in tomorrows First Union 400.
The field was complete today with positions 33 to 37 determined by provisional status. Heres a look at today's results.
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PINNACLE BOARDS
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SUPER=400-26/Dale Earnhardt/115.031/27/Geoff Bodine/28/Bobby Labonte/29/Dale

Jarrett/30/Darrell Waltrip
SUPER=401-31/Rick Mast/32/Dick Trickle/33/Ricky Rudd/34/Michael Waltrip/35/Hut

Stricklin
SUPER=402-36/Joe Nemechek/37/Bill Elliott
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UVA-Logo


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A switch in logos has meant an increase in sales of University of Virginia merchandise.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville/April 1995;


Last April the school dumped the scowling Cavalier whose Vandyke beard, and plumed hat had represented the school for ten years.
In its place, the school sports a new design on its T-shirts, key chains and other knick-knacks.
School officials say the scowling Cavalier has NOT been a big seller.
The new logos are doing better.
School officials say royalties are up five percent from last year.
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Harris-Teeter


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 96-34
GRAPHIC=Business News


Officials of the Harris- Teeter grocery store chain say Blacksburg residents are getting exactly what they asked for.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Tuesday;


Harris Teeter opened a new store at the Gables Shopping Center on Wednesday, and it's serving up some unique amenities.
It's the second Harris Teeter to offer a gourmet candy shop.
The store will also make and deliver pizzas, and a full- time wine consultant will be available to help shoppers with wine selections.
Those are just a few of the offerings officials say residents who participated in focus groups requested.
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SOT 12:42:44
IN Q=They told us

((TIM WILSON/MANAGER: THEY TOLD US WHAT THEY WANTED OUT OF A STORE. HARRIS TEETER DEVELOPS A STORE BASED ON THE COMMUNITY THAT IT'S GOING IN. SO A LOT OF OUR STORES ARE A LOT DIFFERENT IN DIFFERENT COMMUNITIES. BLACKSBURG IS GETTING ITS OWN VERSION OF WHAT HARRIS TEETER IS ALL ABOUT. ))
SUPER=01-Tim Wilson/Manager;
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OUT Q=is all about.
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The Blacksburg store also features a full- service bakery and sandwich shop, and meals prepared by school- trained chefs.
Owners of Gables are also sprucing up the aging shopping center to match Harris Teeter's new look. (----------------)