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Coming up on News 7 at eleven-
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The Citadel is now admitting women We'll have the story. Rats infest one area garbage spot- but officials say they're taking care of the probelm.
Plus a man ventures into a bear cage- and finds out it wasn't the right idea.
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Barnett


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#96-43
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


A misunderstanding between Roanoke City and Charlotte North Carolina police may have proved fatal.
Charlotte authorities say both agencies might be to blame- for not catching up with a man now accused of stalking and killing his ex-girlfriend in Roanoke.
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Authorities say it all began in April when Robin Williams' Roanoke
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apartment was torched by her former boyfriend Aquilia Barnette.
Police believed Barnette then returned to his home in Charlotte.
Officers there say they received three teletypes from Roanoke City police to arrest Barnette but thought the address was wrong.
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Then last weekend, police say Barnette caught up with Williams in Roanoke and shot and killed her.
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Later Charlotte authorities discovered the address given by Roanoke Police was correct-- but maintain a phone call would have been better than teletyped messages.
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((DENNIS NOWICKI/CHARLOTTE, NC POLICE CHIEF: BUT WHEN WE ASK THE ASSISTANCE OF ANOTHER AGENCY ON A MATTER AS SERIOUS AS ATTEMPTED MURDER WE INSURE PERSONAL CONTACT BETWEEN OUR INVESTIGATOR AND THAT AGENCY. WE DON'T KNOW IF THAT WAS DONE BY THE ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT.))
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Roanoke City police would NOT comment.

Saudi-Bombing


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It was a day of homecomings for the men and women who lived through the terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia.
But also a day of mourning- Elizabeth Kaledin has the story.
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((The survivors of Tuesday's terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia were welcomed home with open arms today....19 americans were killed in the bombing....so this picture of happy reunions is tainted with a sense of loss:.
CREW CHIEF JERRY SASSER
At Patrick airforce base where 5 of the dead were stationed base leaders say everyone is struggling
COL. PATRICK CARR: THIS IS A VERY TOUGH TIME FOR US....WE HAVE SET UP SUPPORT TEAMS AND WE ARE DEALING WITH OUR PROBLEMS
Not everyone is coming home: some of the more seriously injured are being treated at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany.
.....and many more will have to stay on duty in Saudi Arabia...where despite a surface effort to return to normalcy hundreds gathered at a memorial service to express their anger:
WHATEVER IT TAKES WE RE COMING TO GET YOU
As the military tallies its losses and its heros...there is a sense of strengthened resolve .....
COL. THOMAS FRIERS THE MISSION WILL GO ON. LET'S NOT MISUNDERSTAND THAT. IF IT DIDN T GO ONE THEY'D WIN AND WE'D LOSE...AND THEY AIN'T WINNING AND WE AIN'T LOSING.
But some did lose. They'll be honored in two separate memorial services on Sunday. President Clinton will cut short his trip to Europe to attend. Elizabeth Kaledin, CBS News, New York.))


Citadel


ANCHOR=Jean
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The Citadel will now allow women.
Female cadets could be marching there as early as August.
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The Board of Visitors voted today to let women in-- ending the 153 year old all male policy.
The move comes as a result of the Supreme Court ruling on VMI Wednesday that bans state funding single sex schools.
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Citadel officials say the school will enthusiastically accept women. Female cadets begin classes as early as August.
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Phys-Ed


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#96-57
GRAPHIC=Education


Some people are saying a new trend in public education stinks.
Recent media reports that students are choosing NOT to shower after gym class has one Virginia education group thinking bigger.
Ellen Qualls reports on a suggestion to end phy-ed in school.
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(( No one ever wanted to shower after gym class.
But listen up.
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((JOE GUARINO/VCEE: THERE ARE STUDENTS WHO ARE NOW SAYING WE'RE HAVING HEIGHTENED SEXUAL AWARENESS BECAUSE OF THE SEX EDUCATION CLASSES THAT WE'RE GETTING AT YOUNGER AND YOUNGER AGES. AND YET WE'RE ALSO EXPECTED TO DISROBE AND SHOWER IN FRONT OF OUR CLASSMATES.))
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Joe Guarino heads up a group called Virginia Citizen's for Excellence in Education.
He says it's a grassroots Christian parents' organization.
It's taken a higher profile since George Allen's conservative appointees took over the Board of Education.
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((JOE GUARINO/VCEE: WELL I CAN'T DENY THAT, OKAY. IT'S OBVIOUS THAT WITH THE CHANGE IN PERSPECTIVE OF THE BOARD IT'S GONNA MAKE LIFE A LITTLE BIT EASIER FOR PEOPLE ON MY END OF THE SPECTRUM.))
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His end of the spectrum is worried about the awareness of each other's bodies gym class brings.
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((JOE GUARINO/VCEE: IS PHYSICAL EDUCATION NECESSARILY ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE? WHICH TO ME IS ONE OF THE CHIEF PURPOSES OF EDUCATION. MY ANSWER IS NO. OKAY, SO. MY SUGGESTION IS LET'S GET RID OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND PUT THE RESPONSIBILITY BACK ON THE PARENTS.))
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Joe Guarino admits the school showers/phys ed discussion sounds "absurd."
But he looks to when the state board of education totally rewrites the standards of accreditation later this year.
That's when conservative board members might get to phys ed -- and requirements could become electives unless public input dictates otherwise.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
Still to come on the newscast, Bedford County has to deal with an infestation of rats,
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and we'll have a video of a scary moment for a man in San Diego as he finds himself face to face with two angry bears.
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M'ville-Hospital


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#96-42
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


Two more people are cleared for their role in January's mock hostage drill at Martinsville Hospital.
This afternoon a judge dismissed the charges of brandishing a firearm and assault.
Jay Moore reports.
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(( The judge said he didn't believe Billy Jamison and Rob Glenn showed reckless criminal intent when they participated in an emergency hostage drill.
In January, the two along with others were involved with the drill intended to test the staff's ability to handle a real hostage situation.
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((BILLY JAMISON: IT'S BEEN REAL HECTIC. I'VE BEEN WORRYING ABOUT IT CONSTANTLY. I'VE NEVER BEEN TO COURT BEFORE SO I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO THINK.))
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Some nurses working that night say there were traumatized because they didn't realize it was a drill.
The defendants say they can understand the nurses distress and anger but it's not their fault.
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((ROB GLENN: I JUST DID A LITTLE BIT OF VOLUNTEER WORK TO HELP OUT COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND THEN I'M IN COURT. I'M JUST GLAD IT'S OVER.))
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Last month two hospital employees were also found not guilty.
The Commonwealth's Attorney has said from the onset there was no criminal intent and no charges should have been brought against those involved.
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((RANDY SMITH/MARTINSVILLE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: THIS HAS BEEN A TREMENDOUS WASTE IF TAXPAYER'S TIME AND MONEY FOR ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. IT'S RIDICULES TO ME THE ABUSE TO THE CRIMINAL PROCESS THE WAY THIS WAS DONE. ))
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((JAY MOORE/REPORTING: MATT HARRISON IS THE ONLY PERSON REMAINING FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES AND SMITHS SAYS HE EXPECTS THOSE CHARGES WILL BE DROPPED AS WELL. IN MARTINSVILLE, JAY MOORE, NEWS 7. ))
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Rats


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TAPE#96-44
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The process of sprucing up trash collection facilities in Bedford County, has taken on a ugly face.
Some viewers may not want to see this, but officials say it's actually the result of cleaning up the problem.
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At a roadside trash collection site near Stewartsville last night, we found hundreds of rats swarming over the dumpsters.
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((MIKE DORSEY: THE SOONER WE CAN ERADICATE THE RODENTS THAT ARE HERE, AND WE'RE DOING THAT VERY AGGRESSIVELY AS WE SPEAK RIGHT NOW, THE PROBLEM WILL GO AWAY. THE EXTERMINATORS I'VE SPOKEN WITH HAVE INDICATED THAT WITHIN FOUR TO SIX WEEKS WE'RE GOING TO EXPECT TO SEE VERY FEW RODENTS HERE.))
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Dorsey says this is actually a result of fixing the problem.
A new contractor takes over hauling trash for the county Monday. B-F-I has already installed new containers and will empty them daily.
The rats are just more visible now, Dorsey says, because B-F-I and the county are eliminating their food source as they upgrade facilities AND begin to exterminate the rodents.
Now many are asking: Will a starved rat bite you?
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((THEY DON'T NORMALLY DO THAT, IF THEY ARE PROVOKED OR SCARED THEY'RE JUST LIKE ANY OTHER ANIMAL THEY WOULD ATTACK YOU.))
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Dorsey estimates it'll take four to six weeks to get rid of the rats.
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Bear


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A San Diego man found out this afternoon that going to the zoo isn't neccessarily an interactive experience.
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Matthew Settles of San Diego jumped into the Manchurian Brown Bear exhibit at the San Diego Zoo this afternoon.
These bears are not aggressive by nature but will protect their territory.
And that's exactly what they did.
They attacked Settles and then cornered him in a water hole.
Once zookeepers were able to distract the bears, Settles was rushed to a hospital where he underwent surgery to close a gash in his groin area.
It's not known why Settles jumped into the cage.
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Nichols


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TAPE#96-41
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He wanted people to fawn over his hunting accomplishments... but the game appears to be over for Charles Nichols.
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Botetourt County was the site of his latest plea agreement.
This marks the third time in past month that Nichols pleaded guilty to illegal hunting.
He's already lost his hunting privileges for the next eleven years.
In a taped confession, he admitted to investigators he bought antler racks and deer fur out- of- state... and then had a taxidermist apply them to Virginia bucks.
Nichols won a number of state contests with these "assembly- line deer."
But it wasn't for the money...
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((JOEL BRANSCOM/BOTETOURT COUNTY COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: IF YOU HEARD TODAY IN THE PART OF THE TAPE WHERE HE EXPLAINS WHY HE DID THIS... DEVELOPED A DEER HABIT.. HAD TO HAVE THE BIG BUCKS MORE FOR THE PRESTIGE. HE WAS SPENDING A LOT MORE MONEY GETTING THE BUCKS THAN HE WAS MAKING OFF OF THEM. ))
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Nichols still has at least two more scheduled court dates in Augusta and Henrico counties.
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Southside-Repairs


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TAPE#96-60
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More than 400- young people are lending a helping hand to low income and elderly families on the Southside.
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They're part of "World Changers"-- an organization sponsored by the Southern Baptist Brotherhood Commission.
For the past week, they've been helping more than 25- families in the Danville and Henry County area repair roofs, build porches and paint.
Ruth Waller's home got a new roof.
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((RUTH WALLER/HOME OWNER: I WAS SO REJOICED AND SO PLEASED THAT THEY WAS GOING TO DO THIS. THEN, I MET ALL THE KIDS AND THE OVERSEER AND ALL OF THEM HAVE BEEN JUST REMARKABLE AND I HOPE GOD BLESSES THEM AND LET THEM KEEP DOING THEIR GOOD WORK BECAUSE THEY ARE TRULY A GOOD GROUP. MARK SCHRUTKA/TEXAS VOLUNTEER:WHEN I CAME HERE I DIDN'T KNOW ANY OF THESE PEOPLE AT ALL AND I'VE MET SOME PEOPLE AND I'M GOING TO CHERISH THESE FRIENDSHIPS FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.))
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This is the third year, "World Changers" has helped out in the Danville area.
The teens are from all around the country- They head home tomorrow.
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MUSIC ON TAPE
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Coming up a little later in the broadcast, a museum exhibit takes a look back at some of Southside's earliest inhabitants,
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and from Lynchburg, we'll see how fundraisers are using an enchanted evening to breathe life into a local landmark.
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Magic


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#96-50
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It was a magical evening in Lynchburg tonight.
More than one thousand people turned out to see illusionists Kevin and Cindy Spencer perform their first hometown show.
And as Steve Smallshaw reports, proceeds from the performance will help magically transform one of Lynchburg's most historic buildings.
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If you're looking for explanations as to how these tricks were done, forget it...
What was no illusion was the overflow crowd that turned out to see Kevin and Cindy Spencer... who amazed both young and old with their high- tech, New Age brand of magic.
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((RICHARD DOTY/ACADEMY OF MUSIC: THIS GIVES US A GOOD KICK START AND THIS GIVES US A LOT OF PUBLICITY THAT WE WOULDN'T HAVE AND MADE A LOT OF PEOPLE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT WE ARE REALLY SINCERE ABOUT GETTING THE ACADEMY GOING AGAIN AND WE NEED THEIR SUPPORT.))
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The support definitely was there tonight... the crowds appeared well before showtime, ticket sales were brisk and even the t- shirts and bumper stickers were being snapped up.
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The proceeds will help pay for restoring the Academy to its former glory.. and making it a vital part of downtown again.
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((JIM WHITAKER/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE TRIED TO RENOVATE THE ACADEMY AND NOBODY'S BEEN REAL SUCCESSFUL YET, BUT I BELIEVE THAT THE BOARD HAS A VISION. WE CAN HAVE WHAT WE SAY IF WE CAN GET EVERYBODY BEHIND THIS EFFORT.))
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((While the enjoyed their first performance in their hometown, the Spencers say there's really only one stage in Lynchburg where they want to perform.. and they're already booked to be the first act when the Academy of Music reopens. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))
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S-Avalanche


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TAPE#-CL-96
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The Salem Avalanche took on Durham in game 2 of a 4 game weekend set tonight, and picked up a 4 to 3 win.
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Salem touched Ray King for a run in the 3rd. Chan Mayber gets the base knock scoring Pookie Jones for the early Avalanche lead.
Then in the 5th. Chad Gambill hits this shot back up the middle, plating Blake Barthol from 2nd, and Salem led 2-zip.
A batter later, Jones hits the routine grounder, but the throw gets
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away and Will Scalzitti trots home for a 3 run advantage, and Salem wins it 4 to 3.
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Salem and Durham lock horns again tomorrow night and Sunday.

S-MLB


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The Atlanta Braves were shutout in at Joe Robey Stadium tonight as The Marlins beat the Braves 2 to nothing.
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Jeff Conine provided the offense for the Marlins. In the bottom of the third he hits a grounder to Jeff Blauser at short Mark Lemke bobbles the ball missing the double play a run scores and the Marlins led 1 to nothing.
Then in the bottom of the seventh Conine hits a shot into left
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Veras from second the Marlins took the 2 to nothing lead and Florida wins it 2 to zip.
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S-Scores


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Plenty of action in the Majors tonight so lets take a look at all of the scores.
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CHRYON MOTION
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S-NBA


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The N-B-A owner and players have reached an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement.
The pact avoids a second lockout in the last two years.
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((RUSS GRANIK/NBA DEPUTY COMMISSIONER: ))
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There will be an 8 day moratorium on signings, trades and negotiations while the agreement is put on paper.

S-Irvin


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-5
GRAPHIC=COWBOYS


Michael Irvin was back in court less than 24 hours after police arrested one of their own cops and charged him with attempting to hire a hit man to kill the Cowboys' star.
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Irvin seemed very low key as he arrived in court this morning as jury selection in his case continued.
Judge Manny Alvarez says yesterday's happenings should not be grounds for a mistrial.
Although it will likely make selecting an impartial jury more difficult.
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((NORM KINNE/ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY:))
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, Some local youngsters learn the game of golf Boris Becker is out at Wimbledon.
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And J.C. Snead is the leader after the opening round of the Kroger Classic in Ohio.
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S-PGA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-10
GRAPHIC=PGA LOGO


Kevin Sutherland birdied the 18-th hole today and he leads D.A. Weibring by a stroke after the second round of the Greater Hartford Open. Sutherland shot a 65 and is at 132 8 under par after 36 holes.
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Meantime, J.C. Snead shot a course record 9 under par 62 for a one stroke lead after the opening round of the Kroger Classic.
Snead collected 9 birdies to pass the mark of 8 under par set last year by Graham Marsh. Snead's birdie at 18 broke the record.

S-Golf


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WRITER=Roy
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Some say the older you get the more difficult it becomes to play the game of golf.
And over at Hanging Rock this week some junior golfers are getting instructions at an early age.
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((For the past week over 45 kids from age 8 to 17 have attended the golf camp at Hanging Rock under the instruction of teaching pro Chip Sullivan.)) ((CHIP SULLIVAN/HANGING ROCK TEACHING PRO: )) ((Chip and his instructors teach the young golfers the fundamentals of the game and how to make shots like putting and driving the ball.
The kids even get a chance to watch their swings on video.
The attention span of some of the younger kids is sometimes a problem but sullivan has managed to teach the game and allow the kids to have a little fun at the same time.)) ((FRANCI STOWASSER/12 YEARS OLD: )) ((NATHAN ANDROZEJEWSKI/12 YEARS OLD: )) ((CHIP SULLIVAN: ))
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Sullivan has a couple of other camps scheduled later in the summer and he hopes to reach more than 150 junior golfers in the valley.

S-Wimbledon


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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Rain postponed afternoon play at the Wimbledon Championships today and a twist of the wrist sends a three time champion to the sidelines.
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Second seeded Boris Becker injured his wrist during his match with Neville Godwin. The injury occured as he was attempting a forehand return of Godwin's serve on the first point of a tiebreaker in the first set of the match.
Becker took an injury timeout to get his wrist taped but was forced to withdraw from the match.
On the Ladies side, fourth seed Arantza Sanchez Vicario also suffered a wrist injury but was able to continue She beat Japan's Naoko Sawamatsu in straight sets 6-4, 6-1.
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Science-Center


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NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-48
GRAPHIC=NONE


A new exhibit at the Danville Science Center offers visitors a lesson in history.
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The exhibit centers on a group of Native Americans known as the "Dan River" people.
Archaeologists believe they used to live in South Central Virginia hundreds of years before European explorers landed in America.
The exhibit was borrowed from the Museum of Natural History in Martinsville- the grand opening is planned for tomorrow.
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((GINNY LAUBINGER/DANVILLE SCIENCE CENTER, DIR:IT FOCUSES IN ON THEIR LIFE, WAYS AND CULTURE, HOW THEY USE THEIR RESOURCES. WHAT ROLE THE RIVER PLAYED IN THEIR LIFE, AND SOME OF THE ARTIFACTS, THAT WERE FOUND BY ARCHAEOLOGISTS, THAT HELP US GET A PICTURE OF WHAT LIFE WAS LIKE AT THAT TIME. ))
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Archaeologist Mike Barber has studied the Native Americans. He'll be at the Science Center tomorrow from ten until noon to answer questions. (----------------)