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Next on News Seven-- Bob Dole
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celebrated in Kansas today as he officially revealed his new running mate-- Jack Kemp.
A major power outage has left seven western states in the dark.
From the mexican border to Oregon the power is out.
And green, slimy jello was keeping organizers cool in Franklin County.
All in the name of Special Olympics.
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News is next.

Newsbreak


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Good evening.
Bob Dole celebrated in Kansas today
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as he officially revealed his new running mate-- Jack Kemp.
There next stop is San Diego, California for the Republican Convention.
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A major power outage has left seven western states in the dark.
Reports of outages stretched from Portland, Oregon, down to the Mexican border and out to Nevada, New Mexico and Texas.
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And green, slimy jello was keeping people cool in Franklin County.
All in the name of Special Olympics.
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We'll bring you that and more at eleven.

Power-Outage


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A massive power outage has crippled seven Western states today.
The blackout comes as temperatures in many areas reached 100 degrees.
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The outage began shortly before 7 p-m Eastern standard time.
California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Idaho are all affected.
And even some parts of Canada and Mexico.
Traffic signals and stoplights snarled traffic in California as delegates arrived for the Republican National Convention in San Diego.
Officials say a fire under a power line in Northern California may be to blame.
The last major blackout in the region was in July.
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Kemp-Dole


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Bob Dole, Jack Kemp, and their wives went to dinner tonight-- following Kemp's acceptance of the Vice President slot on the Republican ticket.
Dole told reporters in Russell, Kansas, there's "not a better salesman" when it comes to tax cuts than Kemp.
Regina Blakely has more.
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SUPER=01-Bob Dole/(R) Presidential Candidate; :26
SUPER=07-Jack Kemp/(R) Vice Presidential Nominee; 1:18
SUPER=01-Regina Blakely/Reporting; 1:57
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(( BOB DOLE: THE NEXT VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, JACK KEMP...
Calling his running mate an American original, Bob Dole introduced Jack Kemp to his hometown crowd.
BOB DOLE: I WAS LOOKING FOR A TEN, AND GOT A FIFTEEN, THE SAME NUMBER AS THE BUFFALO BILLS.... THERE ARE TWO FOUR LETTER WORDS TO TEACH YOUR CHILDREN - DOLE, KEMP.
Dole, who used this day to once again begin anew, predicted Dole/Kemp would be a victorious ticket, and spelled out his reasons for tapping the former Congressman and Secretary of Housing.
DOLE: HE BELIEVES IN THE SAME VALUES, FIGHTS THE SAME FIGHTS, WITH COURAGE, INTEGRITY AND CHARACTER.
Part of that fight will be to sell at least a portion of Kemp's economic agenda which Dole laid out earlier this week, cutting taxes and overhauling the tax code.
But this decision was critical for other than substantive reasons. Dole knows the person at his side has to be perceived as someone who can jumpstart a campaign that has yet to catch fire with the voters.
KEMP: IT IS WITH A KEEN SENSE OF DETERMINATION, WITH THE ULTIMATE VICTORY, I ACCEPT VICE PRESIDENT OF THE US...
Kemp, usually fiercely independent, will, as the running mate, be forced to put many of his other ideas on hold, and publically started doing so in accepting the position, labelling his party that of Lincoln, Reagan and Dole, giving proper reference to the top of the ticket.
KEMP: NEXT YEAR WHEN BOB DOLE GIVES THE STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS, THERE WILL BE A HERO AT THE PODIUM...
REGINA BLAKELY: SO DOLE NOW LEAVES RUSSELL AND TAKES HIS CAMPAIGN TO SAN DIEGO. IT WILL BE A WEEK WHERE THEY WILL BE IN THE SPOTLIGHT - A WEEK THE DOLE/KEMP TICKET HAS TO TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF... RB, CBSN, RUSSELL, KS))


Dole-React


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One local political expert says Dole made the right decision.
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Ray Garland, a political columnist and former state senator, says Kemp is good for Dole.
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((RAY GARLAND/ROANOKE TIMES COLUMNIST: HE KNOWS HIS WAY AROUND. AND HE HAS DEEP ROOTS IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY AND I THINK HE CAN START BRINGING BACK THOSE REAL REPUBLICAN VOTERS THAT MAYBE HAVE BEEN SAYING THEY WOULDN'T GO WITH DOLE AND THEY WERE UNDECIDED. THAT PROCESS OF BRINGING THOSE BACK CAN BEGIN.))
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Garland also says Dole is forgetting about his rocky past with Kemp and is more focused on the White House.
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((THAT OF COURSE IS IN THE GREAT TRADITION OF VICE PRESIDENTIAL CHOICES. REAGAN CHOSE BUSH WHO HAD FOUGHT HIM IN THE PRIMARIES VERY HARD. KENNEDY CHOSE LYNDON JOHNSON WHO HAD FOUGHT HIM FOR THE NOMINATION IN 1960. SO I THINK THAT'S A BROADENING THING AND IT SHOWS THAT DOLE IS EXTREMELY SERIOUS ABOUT DOING WHAT HE HAS TO DO TO WIN THIS ELECTION.))
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Allen-Kemp


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Governor George Allen also says Jack Kemp
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is Dole's best bet to take on President Clinton in November.
Allen says he's excited about Kemp.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: I WAS FOR JACK KEMP IN 1988, AND WAS ONE OF FIVE PEOPLE IN THE FREE UNION PRECINCT OF ALBEMARLE WHO VOTED FOR KEMP IN THAT PRIMARY THAT WAS IMPOSED UPON US IN 1988. JACK KEMP AND THE ALLEN FAMILY GO WAY BACK. WHEN MY FATHER WAS COACHING AT WHITTIER COLLEGE, JACK KEMP WAS AT OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE IN THAT SAME FOOTBALL CONFERENCE.))
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Allen says he knows about the strain between Dole and Kemp over the years... but he thinks Dole is assuming that Kemp will be strong in California and New York.

Hurwitz


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The Virginia Board of Medicine tonight revoked the license of Dr. William Hurwitz.
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Hurwitz is a Washington physician who prescribed massive doses of narcotics to patients to combat chronic pain.
Board members say there were 20 cases in the past three years in which Hurwitz prescribed far more than the recommended dosage of controlled substances, often without thorough physical examinations.
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The board says that Hurwitz will be able to practice medicine in Virginia again after three months if he meets certain conditions.
Hurwitz has 30 days to appeal to the board.

Union-Standoff


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It all started around 9 O'Clock last night.
A Tennessee man was able to keep Bedford County Police at bay for more than 17 hours before surrendering this afternoon.
It happened in the Union area of the county.
30- year- old Timothy Wayne Arnold threatened his wife and in-laws before fleeing into the woods behind their residence.
He had two guns in his possesion-- a 22 and a 30-30 .
He fired several rounds.
County deputies, state police, and a drug response team were on the scene.
A helicopter was also brought in.
Law enforcement personnel numbered more than 30.
The state police tact team responded this morning when Arnold opened fire again.
He finally surrendered around three this afternoon-- no one was hurt.
Arnold is being held in the Bedford County Jail without bail, facing numerous charges.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Coming up on News 7 at 11...
A youth ministry got one step closer to moving into its own facility today.
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And,
A new organization in Roanoke was up early improving their community today.
"Rebuilding the black Community" cleaned up streets, and had the organization's first health fair.
But first let's check in with Kimberly.
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wx ad lib
A pretty pleasant night out-- with some lingering clouds.
We sure enjoyed a stellar- looking Saturday--- full of sunshine and

tolerable temperatures.
More of the same is on the agenda tomorrow-- in the meantime, let's roll through today's temperatures... Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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TWA-Crash


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Salvagers working at the crash site of T-W-A flight 800 brought the second of four engines to shore today.
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Also, the remains of two more victims were found late yesterday and today.
That brings the total to 198 of the 230 people who died in the crash.
Evidence on one of the engines will help determine whether the crash was caused by a bomb, mechanical failure or a missile.
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Boycott


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The Roanoke Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference is encouraged by the steps management at Valley View Mall is taking to end racial problems at the shopping center.
Earlier this year the S-C-L-C called for a boycott of the mall for its treatment of black shoppers.
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Members of the group met with mall management earlier this week to help create a more inviting atmosphere for black shoppers.
The S-C-L-C says it will help mall security with troublemakers by getting leaders of the black community involved.
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((REV. LENORD HINES/S.C.L.C.: WHEN THEY GO TO THE MALL, BEGIN TO TAKE LOOK FOR POTENTIAL TROUBLEMAKERS AND BRING THIS AWARENESS TO THE S.C.L.C.))
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Hines says they are pleased management is willing to meet with their organization.
They NOW plan to meet monthly.
The S.C.L.C. announced the new positive relationship at an educational picnic in Eureka Park.
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RBC-Clean-up


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Members of "Rebuilding the Black Community" spent the day creating a healthy neighborhood by cleaning up the streets and offering free medical care.
The clean up began in the community around 11th Street and Melrose Avenue.
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Volunteers got an early start this morning.
More than 20 members of the R-B-C pounded the pavement, picking up trash along the way.
The R-B-C is trying to be more visible in the community.
In addition to today's clean-up the organization sponsored the first of many health fairs at the community center.
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((TONY REED/REBUILDING THE BLACK COMMUNITY: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, CHOLESTEROL. WE WANT TO HAVE PEOPLE MORE HEALTH CONSCIENCE AND SOMETIMES THERE ARE A LOT OF SENIOR CITIZENS AND A LOT OF YOUNG PEOPLE THAT NEED ASSISTANCE OR MAY BE THEY MAY BE AFRAID TO GO TO THE DOCTOR OR THEY DON'T HAVE MEDICAL COVERAGE.))
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R-B-C and the community center were the result of the Million Man March.
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STRAIGHT-STREET


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Volunteers are working to turn an old garage into a hang-out for Montgomery County teenagers.
As Denise Allen reports The Straight Street Teen Center is getting a new look.
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There's road work going on here.
These young people are laying the pavement for Straight Street Teen Center.
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((JARED REEVES/VOLUNTEER: WE'VE TAKEN DOWN THE LIGHTS IN THAT ROOM OFF THE SIDES OF THE WALLS. WE'VE WASHED DOWN THE WALLS IN THERE, GETTING THEM READY TO PAINT. JUST SWEEPING THE FLOOR, WASHING IT UP.))
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((BOB ANDERSON/STRAIGHT STREET MINISTRIES: ONCE THEY PAINT A WALL THEY MOST LIKELY WILL BRING THEIR FRIENDS IN AND SAY 'THIS IS THE WALL I PAINTED OR THIS IS THE LIGHTS I PUT UP. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IS REALLY IMPORTANT HERE AS WELL.))
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STAND UP DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 REPORTER: BUT IT'S GOING TO TAKE MORE THAN JUST MANPOWER TO REBUILD STRAIGHT STREET.
BOB ANDERSON HOPE CORPORATIONS WILL MAKE DONATIONS.
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((ANDERSON: ONE NICE THING ABOUT IT IS BEFORE WE WERE RENTING. THIS TIME ANYBODY DONATED MONEY TO US IT GOES TO THE PROPERTY. IT BUILDS EQUITY IS WHAT I'M SAYING.))
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It's been almost a year since Straight Street moved out of it's rented location.
The ministry offers teenagers a safe place to hang out on weekends and help with homework on school days.
These are several reasons why this businessman is donating his services.
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((TOM SCHWENDEMAN/SALEM COMMERCIAL DESIGN: IT'S IMPORTANT FOR THEM TO BE AROUND ADULTS THAT REALLY CARE FOR THEM. A LOT OF TIMES THE KIDS THAT COME TO STRAIGHT DON'T HAVE THAT PARENTAL INFLUENCE. THEY GET IT WHEN THEY COME DOWN HERE.))
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Bob Anderson hopes to have the center open by the second weekend in September.
He's also hoping an area business will donate computers to the ministry so the center can give these teens an extra educational edge.
And when the new year arrives the center will be called The 1-80 Club.
Anderson says though the name is changing, the center will continue trying to help teenagers along the bumpy road to adulthood.
Denise Allen News 7.))
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They plan to do some more work next Saturday at the Christiansburg teen center.
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Soft Music Under
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Underage alcohol and tobacco use is the subject of this week's on Record. we'll have a preview up next.
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And who says jello is just for dessert?
Not these political figures, who are helping out special olympics.
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On-Record


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Regulation of cigarettes and alcohol began back in the 19-30's with prohibition-- and has progressed to WARNING notices on tobacco products.
Now attention turns to the use of these products by minors.
Jay Moore takes a look at these issues in this week's edition of On Record.
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(( A driving accident last December prompted the Roanoke City police department to take action against area convenience stores.
In that incident, a Roanoke County convenience store sold beer to the 16- year- old who struck and killed a teacher.
A couple months following that, the city's police department sent teens into stores to purchase alcohol.
Of the 44 clerks the teens approached, half sold them alcohol.
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((DENNIS NAGEL: HOPEFULLY THROUGH THESE PROSECUTIONS IT HAS RAISED THE AWARENESS IN THE COMMUNITY AND PARENTS HAVE TAKEN NOTES WHETHER THEIR CHILD IS ENGAGING IN ACTIVITY THAT CAN BE HARMFUL TO THEMSELVES OR OTHERS. ))
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In the Lynchburg area, the Parternship for the Prevention of Substance Abuse sent underage teens into stores to buy tobacco products.
36 out of 100 stores did not comply with the law.
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((BRIAN SILSBEE/PARTNERSHIP FOR PREVENTION OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE: IF YOU BREAK IT DOWN IN VIRGINIA, 90 UNDERAGE TEENS A DAY START TO SMOKE, CHEW, OR DIP. ANYTHING WE CAN DO TO PREVENT A LIFE LONG HABIT. ))
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With both alcohol and tobacco, experts say parents need to set examples for their children.
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((TOM MULLIS: FOR PARENTS, THE BEST ADVICE IS THAT THEY'VE GOT TO GIVE UP SMOKING AND CERTAINLY ENGAGE IN MODERATE DRINKING. THEY HAVE NO CREDIBILITY WITH THEIR CHILDREN. ))
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For more information on underage drinking and smoking, tune in tomorrow morning at 11 to On Record.
Jay Moore, News 7.))

S-Rush


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The Roanoke Rush continued its hot start tonight, running its record to 2 and OH with a 46 to 6 decision over the Durham Vipers.
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Duke Strager watched David Merrick kick start things in the first quarter.
Merrick boots this 47 yard field goal, the 2nd longest in the Rush's short history, for an early 3-zip lead.
Roanoke led 10-nothing before Darren Graham rolls out and launches this 52 yard strike to Eddie Sloss for the TD and a 16 point cushion.
Graham airs it out again on the Rush's next possession, this time to a streaking Anthony Drakeford for the 28 yard score.
Roanoke poured it on, adding this SUPER=34-Roanoke/46/Durham/6/;

safety to make it 25 to nothing late in the half, and the Rush wins it 46 to 6.
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S-Ravens


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The N-F-L exhibition season continued today the Baltimore Ravens traveling to the Meadowlands to take on the New York Giants.
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In the second quarter, Vinny Testaverde hands off to Earnest Byner he scores from 16 yards out and the Ravens took the 12 to nothing lead.
But the Ravens celebration ended on the kickoff. New York rookie Amani Toomer takes the boot on his own six cuts to the outside and out runs the Ravens defense on his way to a 94 yard touchdown New York trailed 12 to 7 in the second.
Moments later the Giants scored again. This time quarterback Tommy Maddox tosses this 21 yard touchdown pass to Thomas Lewis New York took its first lead 13 to 12 with 8 minutes left in the half.
The Ravens padded their lead when SUPER=30-Baltimore/37/New

York/27/;Testerverde goes to the air and hooks up with Michael Jackson on the 11 yard scoring play Baltimore led 19 to 13 and the Ravens win it 37 to 27.
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S-Rankings


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The Associated Press released its top 25 college football poll this evening.
Defending champion Nebraska is the number one pick. Tennessee is second, Florida state third, Florida fourth and Colorado fifth.
The Virginia Tech Hokies check in as the 16-th team and Virginia is ranked 23-rd in the poll.

S-Yankees


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The Tigers have won the first two games of a three game set in New York and they're the first visiting team in nearyl a year to win a series at Yankee Stadium.
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Detroit's Damon Easley got the Tigers on the board when he belted this game opening solo home run over the left field fence to make it 1 to nothing Tigers.
The Yankees came back in the bottom of the Third. Mariano Duncan with this blast over the right field wall and the game was tied at 1 to 1.
New York scored 5 in the third but SUPER=35-Detroit/13/New York/7/;the

Tigers came back and scored four in the fourth and Detroit goes on to beat the Yankees 13 to 7.
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S-Braves


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Andres Galarraga and Vinny Castilla hit 10-th inning homers to lead the Rockies over the Braves 9 to 7 in 10.
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An aerial view of Atlanta Fulton county stadium on a clear day.
Colorado's Andres Galaraga gets the Rockies off to a good start. He smokes this two run homer over the left field wall and the Rockies took the 2 to nothing lead.
Colorado's Ellis Burks took his turn in the fifth. He gets all of this pitch a solo homer to right field and the Rockies led the Braves 7 to nothing in the fifth.
Atlanta's Chipper Jones gets some SUPER=35-Colorado/9/Atlanta/7/;of the

runs back. He belts this three run homer over the centerfield wall the Braves trailed 7 to 6 and Colorado wins the game 9 to 7 in 10.
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S-Scores


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In Philly this afternoon, The Houston Astros scored all their runs in the third inning to hold off the Phillies.
The key hit was this Kurt Manwaring Bloop double that falls in front of Manny Martinez allowing two runs to score.
For that and all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, Bill Elliott will not drive in tomorrow's Bud at The Glen Bobby Hillin leads second round qualifying.
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And Russ Cochran is the new leader after three rounds of the P-G-A championship.
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S-PGA


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Russ Cochran is the leader after three rounds of the P-G-A championship in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Phil Mickelson, who started the round with a four shot lead, double bogeyed 13 and bogeyed 15 to drop to 8 under par for the tournament three shots off the pace.
Cochran, also a left hander, came home with a course record 65 today and his total of 205 is 11 under par and two shots ahead of Mark Brooks.
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((RUSS COCHRAN/PGA THIRD ROUND LEADER: ))
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Vijay Singh and Mark Brooks are tied for second place. Brooks has the shot of the day at the 15-th fairway. The shot bounces on the green and rolls into the cup for an eagle. Brooks shot 69 and is at 9 under par.
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S-Valley


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Brian Agee and Miller Baber will play for the Valley Amateur championship tomorrow at Countryside.
Agee beat Tim Chocklett 1 up and Baber topped Bobby Penn 5 and 4.
John Edwards and Reggie Clark will play for the Seniors title.

S-Qualify


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The field is set for tomorrow's running of the Bud at The glen. Bobby Hillin led second round qualifying with a speed of 118 point 443 miles per hour for the 26-th starting spot.
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Sterling Marlin blew the engine in his car and did not start yesterday but he turned the road course at a speed of 118 point 384 miles per hour for the 27-th position.
For the rest of the field lets go to the boards.
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Waltrip//29. Jeremy Mayfield//30. Bobby Hamilton;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-31. W. Dallenbach//32. Derrike Cope//33. Jimmy Spencer//34. Dick

Trickle//35. Hut Stricklin;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-36. Johnny Benson//37. Morgan Shepherd//38. Mike McLaughlin//39.

Dave Marcis//40. Ricky Craven;
RUNS=:15
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S-Earnhardt


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-19
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Watkins Glen, NY/ESPN2; :


Yesterday Dale Earnhardt surprised everyone when he dominated the road course at Watkins Glen taking the pole with a record speed of 120 point 733.
Earnhardt plans to use David Green as a relief Driver at the Glen and he should be in good enough shape to race at Bristol.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q="Actually I'm...

((DALE EARNHARDT/3 CHEVROLET: WELL, ACTUALLY, I'M DOING WORSE THIS WEEK THAN I WAS LAST WEEK. I'M HAVING MORE JOINT PAIN AND STUFF AND I THINK THAT'S JUST FROM WORKING IT OUT AND DOING MORE. AND IT'S JUST A MATTER OF TIME. YOU'VE GOT TO BE PATIENT WITH IT. WE'RE PROBABLY GONNA, WELL FOR SURE, WE'VE GOT DAVID GREEN GOING UP TO WATKINS GLEN FOR US TO RELIEF DRIVE, AND HOPEFULLY I CAN RUN MICHIGAN FULL RACE AND THAT'LL PUT ME IN GOOD SHAPE COME TO BRISTOL))
SUPER=01-Dale Earnhardt/3 Chevrolet; :
RUNS=:30
OUT Q=........to Bristol."
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S-Elliott


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Bill Elliott


Bill Elliott will not drive in tomorrow's Bud at The Glen because of the pain in his left leg. Elliott is still recovering from Leg and hip injuries suffered in a crash April 28-th.
Dorsey Schroeder will drive for Elliott tomorrow.

Jello-Jump


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-57
GRAPHIC=None


This afternoon dozens of people took a dive for Special Olympics at Smith Mountain Lake.
But when the divers emerged from their cool, refreshing dip-- they weren't drenched in water... but in jello.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;


And not just any jello.
It was the green, slimy, sticky stuff.
The jello jump is part of a fund raiser for Special Olympics.
And you might recognize this famous couple... Bill and Hillary Clinton stopped by for the cause. (----------------) The impersonators, Don and Liz Lazenby, raised more than 11-hundred dollars.