23:00-01

News-Head

ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#
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Next on News Seven,
Lynchburg police are investigating a murder where a man was apparently shot and dumped in the street.
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VO-NAT


Oliver North endorsed Jim Miller as Virginia's G-O-P Senate nominee at the Republican convention in Salem this afternoon.
And hundreds marched in Washington today all in the name of children.
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ANCHOR=Ron
SS=None


News Seven is next.

Lynch-Murder


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Murder


Lynchburg police officers are investigating a murder tonight.
It happened around three- o'clock in the 600 block of second street.
Witnesses say they heard several shots come from a vehicle-- the car's door then opened and a body fell out.
Police say the vehicle then drove away at a high rate of speed.
The victim, 21-year-old Tony Montez Murrell, died shortly thereafter.
Police say he suffered from at least one gunshot wound.

Missing-Man


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# net-a
GRAPHIC=None


Roanoke police have broadened their search for a missing Roanoke man.
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VO-NAT


65-year-old Clarence R. Morgan has been missing since May 22nd.
Investigators received a tip that Morgan was planning to climb Fort Lewis Mountain near Salem.
So today rescue workers searched by helicopter and used a bloodhound during a ground search.
But searchers were unable to find any trace of Morgan.
If you have any information about Morgan's whereabouts you can call police at 981-2212.
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GOP


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 96-29
GRAPHIC=Miller, Jim


Delegates at the Virginia Republican convention in Salem overwhelmingly voted for Jim Miller today,
SS=GOP State Convention


But their straw poll has no OFFICIAL effect on the June 11th Republican Senate Primary.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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SOT
IN Q=Pat Robertson
SUPER=03-Salem; :00 Quick!!!
SUPER=01-Pat Robertson/Televangelist; :05
SUPER=07-Oliver North; :34
SUPER=@miller; 1:03 Quick!!!
SUPER=01-Larry Sabato/UVa Political Analyst; 1:06
SUPER=@Ellen1; 1:30
RUNS=1:43
OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Salem.

(( Pat Robertson prayed for the divine guidance of the Virginia Republican party.
nat sot tape one 10:08:10

((PAT ROBERTSON: AND WE PRAY YOUR BLESSING IN OUR DELIBERATIONS. WE PRAY YOUR BLESSING ON THIS ASSEMBLY.))
runs=:06


But the blessing Jim Miller may have coveted just as much finally came.
nat sot 11:16:54 tape two

((A REAL AMERICAN HERO. COLONEL OLLIE NORTH!))
runs=:03


With the showdown at the polls between Miller and incumbent Senator John Warner just ten days away, the state party's most charismatic and controversial figure finally weighed in.
sot 11:32:26 TAPE TWO

((OLIVER NORTH: GO TO THE POLLS ON JUNE 11TH AND VOTE FOR JIM MILLER FOR THE UNITED STATES SENATE. applause))
runs=:08


And then a symbolic stage presentation that once again was less about Jim Miller's attributes than John Warner's betrayal Ollie North and Mike Farris.
nat sot 11:36:17

((MISSION IMPOSSIBLE THEME.))
runs=:05


The message?
John Warner's re-election is Mission Impossible, with a little cooperation between former foes.
sot TAPE THREE 11:36:17

((JIM MILLER: THIS HAS GOT TO BE THE MOST EXCITING HOUR OF MY LIFE.))
runs=:04



sot tape one 10:43:13

((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: IT'S A TREMENDOUS GAMBLE. BECAUSE WHILE IT MAY PRODUCE MORE CONSERVATIVE VOTES FOR JIM MILLER, IT MAY ALSO ENCOURAGE MANY DEMOCRATS AND INDEPENDENTS TO GO INTO THAT REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ON JUNE 11TH TO SEND YET ANOTHER MESSAGE TO OLIVER NORTH.))
runs=:15


And then the final slap at Warner.
A straw poll that favored Miller by a hefty margin -- a signal to the party faithful who couldn't make this convention.
sot TAPE FOUR 12:43:38 standup

((WHATEVER MESSAGE IS SENT BY THESE DELEGATES MAY NOT BE AS LOUD AS THEY HOPED. THIS IS NOT A FULL HOUSE. AND IT IS NOT THE ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD THAT HAS NOMINATED REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES IN VIRGINIA IN RECENT HISTORY. ELLEN QUALLS, NEWS 7, SALEM.))
runs=:15

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Warner


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-33
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


While some Virginia Republicans were celebrating with Jim Miller in Salem-- Republican Senator John Warner was getting back to his farming roots.
He was introduced to Pat the Pig at Virginia Tech this morning.
Pat has been injected with human genes as a part of an experiment in Tech's Bio-technology research.
Warner is on the Agriculture Committee.
He says state farmers and Virginia Tech benefit from the program.
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SOT 10:27:56
IN Q=i can provide

((JOHN WARNER/R-U.S. SENATOR: I CAN PROVIDE A CLOSER TIE BETWEEN VIRGINIA TECH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. THAT'S THE JOB OF A SENATOR. AND TODAY IS WHAT I CALL A DAY FOR JOBS. JOBS IN AGRICULTURE.))
SUPER=@JohnWarner;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=JOBS IN AGRICULTURE
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VO-NAT


Researchers educated Warner on some of the many projects taking place at the school's labs.
Warner says these projects and Virginia farmers could be in jeopardy if Jim Miller wins the G-O-P nomination.
He says challenger Jim Miller has called agriculture funding inefficient and immoral.
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Festival


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sta
TAPE# 96-40
GRAPHIC=Festival in the Park


People can enjoy the activities at Festival in the Park this weekend free of political handouts, thanks to a court ruling today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Earlier today a judge ruled that Jay Rutledge could not distribute his handouts or pass out a petition on Festival grounds.
He was trying to collect two thousand signatures in order to run for Congress in the fall.
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SOT 05.16.22 - 05.16.40
IN Q=How do you

((JAY RUTLEDGE/LIBERTARIAN POLITICIAN: WELL, I THINK IT'S DISSAPPOINTING. FRIDAY, ANY PERSON HAD THE RIGHT TO FREELY HAND OUT LEAFLETS IN ELMWOOD PARK FOR 365 DAYS A YEAR, TODAY THEY DON'T.))
SUPER=01-Jay Rutledge/Libertarian Politician;
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=today they don't
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=Festival in the Park


The ruling overturns an earlier one that said that city officials violated the constitution by forcing Rutledge to leave the event.
Today's ruling is in effect until the Festival ends.
City officials say once the event is over, they'll take legal action to make sure that this type of thing doesn't happen again.

Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=NONE


Coming up on News-7,
A massive demonstration for children in the Nation's Capitol.
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VO-NAT


And two planes collided in mid- air at an air show in Oklahoma.
(Wx Toss)
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ANCHOR=Kimberly

Wx ad lib
What a picture perfect Saturday it turned out to be--
The swimming pool weather's expected to continue for the SECOND half of the weekend, as well.
Temperatures warmed up into the 70s today-- and more of the same is on the way for tomorrow.
So, go ahead and make some outdoor plans-- but first, join us for the forecast.
That's coming up. MUSIC UP FULL
COMM#1


Children-Stand


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-d
GRAPHIC=None


It was a child's world in the nation's capital today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


More than 200-thousand people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial for the "Stand for Children" rally.
Organizers say the event is designed to spark public debate about the plight of children, especially the neglected and poor.
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IN Q=We stand today to
SOT 15:03:25

((ROSIE O'DONNELL/ACTOR: WE STAND TODAY TO ISSUE A CALL. TO OUR GOVERNMENT LEADERS, TO OURSELVES, TO EACH OTHER. IT'S TIME FOR US TO MAKE CHILDREN AND THEIR RIGHTS OUR FIRST PRIORITY.))
SOT 15:03:44

((EDWARD JAMES OLMOS/ACTOR: TODAY WE BEGIN OUR STAND AS INDIVIDUALS. EACH WITH UNIQUE EXPERIENCES AND STRENGTHS. EACH WITH THE ABILITY TO MAKE A UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION. AND LIKE SO MANY ATOMS WE'LL BECOME PERMANENTLY BONDED TO EACH OTHER.))
SUPER=01-Rosie O'Donnell/Actor; :00
SUPER=01-Edward James Olmos/Actor; :14
RUNS=:30
OUT Q=to each other.
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VO-NAT

20:02:07
The event was organized by Marian Wright Edelman, founder of the Children's Defense Fund.
Denise Allen was up early this morning to catch up with some Southwest Virginians making their way to Washington.
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Stand-Children


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-42
GRAPHIC=None
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SOT
IN Q=The sun had
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=01-Jimmiel Johnston/Stand For Children; :18
SUPER=01-Marion Ware/Stand For Children; :38
SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :53
SUPER=01-Alan Vierling/Summer Safety Party; :1:10
SUPER=03-Washington DC; 1:26
SUPER=@Denise2; 1:36
RUNS=1:47
OUT Q=News 7


((The sun had just started to rise when 150 Southwest Virginians boarded buses to Washington.
Jimmiel Johnston is taking 24 girl scouts to the Stand For Children rally.
There they'll meet up with more than four thousand scouts taking a stand for children's rights. ((JIMMIEL JOHNSTON/GIRL SCOUT LEADER: IN GIRL SCOUTS OUR ROLE IS TO MAKE THESE GIRLS RESPONSIBLE AND YOUNG LEADERS AND WE'RE SHOWING THEM THEY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND TAKE A STAND EVEN AT THEIR YOUNG AGE.))
Social workers, concerned citizens and people who have benefited from social programs make up this delegation.
They say they're hoping politicians wake up and take notice--especially since this is an election year. ((MARION WARE/STAND FOR CHILDREN: IF THERE'S CUTS IN CHILD CARE THEN THERE'S GOING TO BE NO SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN. CHILDREN HAVE NO RIGHTS. THEY CAN'T VOTE. SO WE HAVE TO BE THE ONE'S TO SPEAK UP FOR THE CHILDREN.))
In Blacksburg, children's advocates celebrated Stand For Children day in a different way.
While the marchers in D-C tried to draw attention to many issues surrounding child welfare, organizers of the first Summer Safety Party tried to teach parents and children how to have a safe summer. ((ALAN VIERLING/SUMMER SAFETY PARTY: WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS SAY PAY ATTENTION TO THEM. BE CAREFUL WITH YOUR KIDS. TAKE CARE OF YOUR CHILDREN. BE AWARE OF WHAT YOUR KIDS ARE DOING AT ALL TIMES.))
Nearly a quarter of a million people from all over the country joined these southwest Virginia travelers in Washington.
Organizers say politically it was a non-partisan day.
A day, they say, to start work on creating a better tomorrow for children.
Organizers say the gathering at the Lincoln Memorial was a chance for Americans to gather as a community.
And they say, after all it takes a whole community to raise a child.
Denise Allen News 7.))

FATAL-AX


ANCHOR=RON
NEWSCAST=11P
WRITER=DAL
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=None


A fatal accident in Tazewell County, last night, killed a Richlands man.
37-year-old Stevie Andrew Ball was riding a bicycle south on Route 67 around 11-30.
The accident happened about five miles north of Richlands.
Police say Ball crossed the center line into on-coming traffic.
He then struck a car head on.
Ball died at the scene.

Train-Bus-Collision


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-b
GRAPHIC=Bus Crash


A bus full of university students crashed into a passenger train last night killing thirty-three people and injuring 13 in northern Mexico.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Mazatlan, Mexico/Last Night;


The collision occurred about 370 miles northwest of Mexico City.
All of the dead and injured were on the bus and were all Mexican nationals.
No one on the train was hurt.
Investigators say it appears the bus driver was listening to a loud radio and didn't hear the train approaching.
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Airshow-Crash


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-c 20:02:23
GRAPHIC=None
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bartlesville, OK;


A near-perfect afternoon at an air show turned tragic when two biplanes collided killing four people in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Two pilots and their passengers lost their lives when one plane clipped the other's wing during the Bartlesville Biplane Exposition.
Witnesses said they could see pieces of the planes falling out of the sky and then smoke.
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Tease#2

SOFT MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=none


Coming up,
We'll find out what June has to offer us Weather-wise.
Stay tuned for the almanac.
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VO-NAT


And,
From rags to art.
That's the story in Blacksburg at the Virginia Museum of Natural History.
Stay with us.
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MUSIC UP FULL
COMM#2


South-Boston


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE# 96-32
GRAPHIC=None


Emergency dispatchers in South Boston answered nearly 10- thousand calls for assistance last year.
That's a 19- percent increase compared to 19-94.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-South Boston;


South Boston Police Chief Jim Hall isn't concerned though-- he says the stats are proof residents trust his officers when they need help.
Hall is an advocate of community policing-- where police are encouraged to get to know residents on a one-to-one basis.
The figures-- which were compiled as part of Hall's annual report-- also indicate the number of gunshots fired in town dropped by more than half compared to 19-94.
Hall is also proud the department reached it's goal last year-- which was to have criminal arrests outnumber traffic charges.
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SOT
IN Q=Community policing

((JIM HALL/SOUTH BOSTON POLICE CHIEF: COMMUNITY POLICING IS NOT SOFT ON CRIME IT'S HARD ON CRIME THE REPORT SHOWS THAT BECAUSE OF THE VERY FACT THE...OUR FELONY ARRESTS WENT UP AT LEAST A HUNDRED PERCENT OUR MISDEMEANOR ARRESTS WENT UP AND OUR TRAFFIC WENT DOWN. ))
SUPER=01-Jim Hall/South Boston Police Chief; :00
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=went down.
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VO-NAT


Statistics this year should reflect the role of community policing even more-- in December the department began a "bike patrol".
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Almanac


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=pev
TAPE# Almanac
GRAPHIC=None


Well, warm weather is here--
And we look forward to the start of the summer season, and the end of the school year.
Let's find out what else the month promises-- as we take a look at the June almanac.
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SOT
IN Q=
RUNS=1:09
OUT Q=sound out


S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-CL-96
GRAPHIC=Avalanche


The Salem Avalanche got a 1-hitter from Doug Million and blanked the Frederick Keys tonight 4-nothing infront of a crowd of 3,826 at Salem Memorial Stadium.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem/Avalanche vs. Keys;


These two yardbirds had the best vantage point for tonight's action.
Salem added to a 1-run lead in the 2nd when Steve Bernhardt hits this gapper that scores Will Scalzitti and Chad Gambill. The Avalanche led 3-zip after 2.
They added another run in the 8th. Keith Grunewald with the sac fly to score Blake Barthol.
But the story was Million. Here he gets the K. The Rockies top pick of 2 years ago had a no-no thru 8 innings.
Denio Gabriel breaks things up in the 9th with the base knock up the
SUPER=34-Salem/==4/Frederick/==0;

middle, but the Avalanche gets the shutout, 4 to nothing.
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S-Braves


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-5
GRAPHIC=Braves/Reds


The Cincinnati Reds jumped on Atlanta's Greg Maddux in the first inning and never looked back beating the Braves 3 to 2.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Cincinnati, OH/FOX SPORTS; :


Bobby Cox watched the Reds first inning rally from the dugout.
Thomas Howard hits a shot to left field for a double Barry Larkin rounds the bases to score and the Reds took the 1 to nothing lead.
Still in the first, Eddie Taubense hit a single to right field pushing home another run across the plate and the Reds took the two nothing lead.
Fred McGriff gets all of this pitch SUPER=35-Cincinnati/==3/Atlanta/==2;

for a solo homer over the wall but it was not enough as the Reds slip by the Braves 3 to 2.
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S-Mo


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-10
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Seattle, WA/FOX SPORTS; :


In Seattle, Red Sox legend Jim Rice looking on from the Dugout.
And in the fifth he would see Mo Vaughn get all of this pitch and send it over the wall for a three run homer as the Red Sox get the win over the Seattle Mariners.
For that and all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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CHRYON MOTION
IN Q=first score
RUNS=:45
OUT Q=.....pittsburgh."
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S-Clark


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-11
GRAPHIC=Sports Logo


N-F-L all pro receiver Gary Clark was in the valley tonight hosting a benefit dinner and auction in honor of Geoffrey Pelton.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke/May 16, 1993; :


Pelton was a youth leader at Clark's "Why Say No" sports camp before being killed by a drunk driver on May 16, 1993.
That same year a scholarship to Clark's camp was created in Pelton's name.
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SOT
IN Q="it's sad...

((GARY CLARK/ALL PRO WIDE RECEIVER: ))
SUPER=01-Gary Clark/All Pro Wide Receiver; :00
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=.......old adults."
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Sports Tease


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


And coming up, Mike Stevens will have a recap of the Festival 10 and 5-k runs in downtown Roanoke this morning.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And the Riverdawgs come from behind to beat the Nashville Metros.
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S-Dawgs


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-9
GRAPHIC=Riverdawgs


Ian Spooner scored two goals including the winner as the Riverdawgs beat the Nashville Metros 4 to 2.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Riverdawgs vs Metros; :


The hamburgers were smoking tonight over at Cave Spring Junior High school. and the Nashville Metros were just as hot.
In the first period Tony Siikala feeds the ball to the middle for Pasi Kenturi who boots it into the corner of the net and the Metros took the one to nothing lead.
The Metros added another goal late in the game. John Mulroony steps under
SUPER=34-Roanoke/==4/Nashville/==2; this kick from the side and heads it into

the goal for a score to make it 2 to nothing but the Riverdawgs come from behind to win it 4 to 2.
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S-Run


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-6
GRAPHIC=festival run


Two new sponsors, American Electric Power and First American Bank led the runners to the starting line for the 1996 Festival run.
Mike Stevens has more on today's 5 & 10K events.
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SOT
IN Q=FIRST AUDIO
SUPER=03-Roanoke/8am; :00
SUPER=01-George Probst/Men's 10K Winner; :31
SUPER=01-Beth Howell/Women's 10K Winner; :58
SUPER=01-Justin Mosby/Men's 5K Winner; 1:35
SUPER=01-Nancy Ferris/Women's 5K Winner; 1:55
SUPER=@mike1; 2:07
SUPER=01-Dan Carson/AEP President in Va. & Tennessee; 2:20
RUNS=2:40
OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."
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(( The sun was shining but the humidity was low at eight this morning as the sea of runners made its way from the starting line and headed up Jefferson Street.
Folks of all ages and abilities traditionally take part in this Festival Fun, but it never takes the big boys long to move to the front.
In this case the rabbit was eventual 10K winner George Probst an industrial engineering Grad student at Virginia Tech who would win the 10 K event in a time of 31 minutes and 17 seconds. ((GEORGE PROBST/MEN'S 10K WINNER:))
While this marked Probst's first win in this event, the women's 10K champ is a household name. Blacksburg's Beth Howell, who couldn't even run in this race last year because of a ruptured disc in her back, picked up her first Festival win win since 1991. ((BETH HOWELL/WOMEN'S 10 K WINNER:))
The 5K race put two more first time winners in the victory circle. In the men's division CHristiansburg high school senior Justin Mosby, who graduate next Friday and run at Radford University next year dusted the field in a time of 15 minutes and 48 seconds. ((JUSTIN MOSBY/MEN'S 5K WINNER:))
The women's 5K champ was Nancy Ferris. She competed in the 100th Boston marathon earlier this year, but was just a thrilled with today's win in 19 minute and 6 seconds. ((NANCY FERRIS/WOMEN'S 5K WINNER:)) ((MIKE STEVENS:)) ((DAN CARSON/AEP PRESIDENT FOR VA. & TENN.))
In downtown Roanoke with Festival in the Park, Mike Stevens news 7 sports.))


S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-33
GRAPHIC=Dover Downs


Second round qualifying was completed at Dover this afternoon. Gary Bradberry will start 26-th and Michael Waltrip 27-th.
And here's the rest of the field
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SPORTS CHYRON MOTION
IN Q=FIRST SCORE
SUPER=400-26/Johnny Benson/152.404/27/Michael Waltrip/28/Mike

Wallace/29/Rickey Craven/30/Hermie Sadler
SUPER=401-31/Ken Schrader/32/Lake Speed/33/Todd Bodine/34/Wally

Dallenbach/35/Steve Grissom
SUPER=401-36/Joe Nemechek/37/Morgan Shepherd/38/Bobby Hamilton/39/Greg

Sacks/40/Dave Marcis
SUPER=402-41/Darrell Waltrip/42/Jeremy Mayfield
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=...Jeremy Mayfield."
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S-Notes


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Sports Logo


Heres a couple of sports notes. William Byrd won the Region 3 Baseball finals this afternoon beating William Campbell 4 to 2.
Giles beat Grayson county 2 to 1 in the Region C final.
Charbel's Sports Bar is the National 8 ball Champion. Teams from 37 states and 17 country's participated and Charbel's finished first and second.
And the Patrick Henry boys track team finished second in the Group Three-A state track meet.
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Recycle-Art


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11P
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-43
GRAPHIC=None


Blacksburg students are playing in trash.
And educators hope this will stimulate their creativity.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Actually teachers are stopping by The Blue Door Creative Re-Use Center to pick up scraps from Blacksburg businesses.
The Blue Door collects materials that might other wise go to the landfill.
Children then turn these bits and pieces into art.
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SOT 12:38:11
IN Q=teachers are finding

((LYNN HILL/THE BLUE DOOR: TEACHERS ARE THEN FINDING WAYS TO ENHANCE THEIR OWN CLASSROOMS WITH OUT HAVING TO BEG FOR EXTRA MONEY FROM THE SCHOOL BOARDS. WE'RE FINDING PTA ORGANIZATIONS ARE VERY HAPPY TO PURCHASE MATERIALS FOR THE SCHOOLS SO THE TEACHERS CAN COME IN. WE'RE OVERWHELMED WITH THE RESPONSE.))
SUPER=01-Lynn Hill/The Blue Door;
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=WITH THE RESPONSE
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VO-NAT


Art made from re-used materials is on exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Blacksburg.
The children's art will be on display until June 16th. (----------------)