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1-News-Head

ANCHOR=Ron
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Next on News Seven-- Senator John Warner has picked up a key endorsement in his re-election bid to the Senate.
And in Roanoke County, Haz-Mat crews respond to contaminated water this afternoon.

Sports-Head


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


In sports, Geoff Bodine takes a ride to victory lane at Watkins Glen. Miller Baber wins the Valley amateur and the Rush wins its second in a row last night. WX-Head
TALENT=Kimberly
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The sunshine is starting to give way to clouds.
A flash flood watch is in effect for the New River Valley.
We'll see occasional rain tonight-- followed by a pretty wet work week.

FOP


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-65; edit 96-55
GRAPHIC=Warner, John


In his re-election bid for the Senate... Senator John Warner has picked up a key endorsement today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Thursday;


Members of the Fraternal Order of Police announced they are supporting the incumbent.
Hundreds of officers attended the BIennial state convention in Lynchburg. Senator Warner and his Democratic challenger Mark Warner addressed the convention yesterday.
The group announced its decision this afternoon.
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Goode-Welfare


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=spr
TAPE# 96-53
GRAPHIC=Goode, Virgil


State Senator and Congressional hopeful Virgil Goode continues to push the pencil on the campaign trail.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Franklin Co./Last Week;


Armed with a container full of pencils, Goode met with Franklin County residents at a recent plant opening.
One of the topics of discussion was Congress' recent approval of the Welfare Reform Bill.
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((VIRGIL GOODE: I THINK CONGRESS TOOK A POSITIVE STEP. CONGRESS IS REALLY FOLLOWING WHAT VIRGINIA HAD DONE. IN THE LAST SEVERAL SESSIONS, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE GOVERNORS HAVE SUPPORTED CHANGING WELFARE TO EMPHASIZE WORK AND EDUCATION, AND TO LET PEOPLE KNOW THAT AFTER A CERTAIN LENGTH AND PERIOD, YOU'RE OFF. THERE WILL BE NO MORE AFDC CHECKS. ))
SUPER=01-Virgil Goode/(D) 5th District Nominee;
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ANCHOR=Ron
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Under the bill, federal funds would be turned over to the states.
State officials would then make key decisions about how the money would be spent.
SS=Landrith, George


Goode faces George Landrith for the 5th district Congressional seat.
SS=Payne, LF


It was left vacant by L- F Payne.

Henry-Ax


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


A six- year- old Bassett girl was struck and killed by a car last night in Henry County.
Candace Ruth Clark was crossing Route 57 when she was hit.
It happened around seven.
Clark was pronounced dead at Danville Memorial Hospital.
John Starling was the driver of the car.

County-Water


ANCHOR=ron
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=afr
TAPE# 96-67
GRAPHIC=Water Quality


Roanoke County Haz-Mat crews and the Hollins Fire department were at a contaminated creek in Roanoke County this afternoon.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


At around 2:45, a resident noticed a strange sheen on the water in Tinker creek.
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((SCOTT GRAHAM/ASSISTANT CHIEF HOLLINS FIRE DEPARTMENT: WHEN WE ARRIVED, WE DONE A RECON AND FOUND SOME TYPE OF HYDROCARBON FLOATING DOWN THE CREEK. NEVER ACTUALLY FOUND A SOURCE OF ANY TYPE PRODUCT.))
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VO-NAT


The rescue workers built a underflow dam to contain the spill, and laid booms and pads to absorb the oily mess.
The crews aren't sure what caused the spill, and they feel it shouldn't have any lasting environmental effect on the creek.
The Department of Environmental Quality will inspect the scene tomorrow.
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Hurwitz


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# net-d
GRAPHIC=Medical News


A Washington D-C doctor who specializes in chronic pain treatment has had his licence officially REVOKED by the Virginia Board of Medicine.
The Board deliberated all day yesterday before coming to its decision last night on Dr. William Hurwitz.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond/June 20;


Hurwitz's patients say his massive doses of chronic pain killers make their lives tolerable.
The Board suspended the doctor's Virginia license in May because of allegedly over-medicating 30 of his patients-- two of them died.
Experts testified that Hurwitz is one of a few doctors in the country that treat people for chronic pain.
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ANCHOR=Ron
SS=Medical News


Board members say 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.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=NONE


Coming up on News 7 at 6...
Pembroke town officials are working on a plan to increase business.
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VO-NAT


And a t-v series production crew was in Bedford this afternoon looking for... ghosts?
We'll tell what that's all about.
But first let's check in with Kimberly.
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ANCHOR=Kim

wx ad lib
Thanks a lot, Ron.
Well, we knew the sunny and mild weather couldn't last for too long-- Now, showers are beginning to filter into far southwest Virginia.
A flash flood watch is in effect for the N-R-V-- but so far, none of our reporting cities has any rainfall yet.
Let's check the numbers... Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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Crider


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-e; edit 94-103 (Chatham-Water)
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After serving Chatham residents for more than 20 years... Chatham's mayor J. Haywood Crider... is dead.
Mayor Crider, age 73, suffered a heart attack.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Chatham/Last Year;


He died Thursday night at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina.
A Pittsylvania County native, Crider had been re-elected in May to another two-year term as mayor.
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Pembroke-Center


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 96-70
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Town officials of Pembroke have decided they are NOT discourage by one little setback.
Town Council has purchased a 13-month option on a prime commercial development spot along route 4-60, with plans to build a unique retail and service center.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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((It all started when the Rite-Aid pharmacy chain bought the only drug store in town and shut it down.
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((RANDY LEMMON/PEMBROKE TOWN MANAGER: THE LOSS OF THE PHARMACY AND WHAT THAT DID TO THE PSYCHE OF THE TOWN 8:20:52 MADE US REALIZE THAT IF WE WERE GONNA HAVE THESE KINDS OF SERVICES WE WERE GONNA HAVE TO PROVIDE THEM OURSELVES. ))
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So mayor Charlie Snidow's family, which has owned this vacant six-acre lot for 200 years, agreed to let the town purchase an option to put together a unique development plan.
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SOT 8:23:57

((CHARLIE SNIDOW/PEMBROKE MAYOR: BUSINESSES SEEM TO BE GROWING AND THAT'S GONNA BE THE BACKBONE. THAT'S ONE REASON WE WANTED TO PURSUE THIS A LITTLE BIT, AND THAT'S WHY OUR FAMILY WAS WILLING TO WORK WITH THE TOWN. ))
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In this town of 1100 residents, there is no grocery store, no doctor, no dentist.
Town leaders are planning workshops to seek public input on what kinds of businesses and services residents would like on this site.
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SOT 8:19:27

((THAT'S WHY WE WANT TO BRING ALL THE PUBLIC INPUT INVOLVED, TO KIND OF BRAINSTORM AND COME UP WITH DIFFERENT IDEAS OF HOW THE PROPERTY COULD BE DEVELOPED, WHAT TYPES OF USES. ))
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Town council wants to make the center a public-private venture.
It's seeking interested commercial investors in order to apply as soon as possible for some federal grants.
Tracy Altizer, News 7.))

Sightings


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-66
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An historic house in Bedford, will soon gain national fame for a deceased owner who still walks the halls.
No one lives in Avenel (AVen-el) anymore, but many involved in the restoration swear the house is haunted.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford;


William Burrell built the house around 18-36.
Today a production crew from the television show "Sightings" stopped by to try and catch a glimpse of the "Lady in white."
Many believe the "Lady" is one of Burrell's daughters who died during the Civil War.
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SUPER=01-Linda Benton/Avenel Foundation;
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VO-NAT


The former plantation was named after a famous novel containing a character called the "Lady in White."
A former owner says she's seen the ghost.
And others claim to have experienced her too.
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The show "Sightings" is about real people's experiences with U-F-O's, ghosts and other weird happenings.
It airs on your hometown station Sunday nights at 11-50.
The Avenel episode airs sometime in October.
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Business-Review


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
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GRAPHIC=Business Review


A mobile home manufacturer shows off its newest plant in Franklin County, and an OLD retail spot in downtown Danville may have a NEW purpose.
Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in southwest and central Virginia with the News-7 Business Review.
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First Colony LBRAW 18:35
Two months after announcing it was considering alternatives to increase the value of its stock, First Colony Life Insurance has found a buyer.
The G-E Capital Corporation has agreed to purchase one of Lynchburg's largest employers for nearly two BILLION dollars. Fleetwood LBRAW 19:05
By mid October Fleetwood Homes expects to hire 175 people to work in its new, state of the art building in the Franklin County/Rocky Mount Industrial Park.
The nation's largest builder of mobile homes showed off its new facility during a ribbon cutting ceremony this week. unem LBRAW 19:36
Unemployment across the Commonwealth went up a few ticks in June.
Lynchburg's jobless rate was four- percent, Roanoke's was two- point- eight- percent, and statewide unemployment was four- point- eight- percent. DANVILLE SEARS 20:05
There may be some new office space in downtown Danville soon.
City council has taken steps to purchase the old Sears building and set aside room for the school board central office staff, in addition to other functions. DJIA PRE PRO OR SHOT OF STOCK MARKET FROM CBS TAPE IF THEY CAN'T MAKE NEW STYLE PRE PRO
Checking the financial markets, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq both finished the week on the upside.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=lba
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When News 7 at Six continues,
Hundreds of members of ten inter-related families were in Roanoke for a reunion today.
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VO-NAT


And it's a camp which has lasting affects not only children but family members as well.
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Camp-Lighten-up


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=Six
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TAPE# 96-64
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Obesity is often a sensitive family issue.
And sometimes the entire family can benefit when one person changes their behavior.
Denise Allen has more on a summer camp for children which has helped families make life saving changes.
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That was six years ago.
Now Claudia Bullard is a rising senior in high school and a counselor at Camp Lighten-up.
She's lost more than a hundred pounds since her first year at camp.
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4-H and the Virginia Cooperative Extension organize the camp.
It's a chance for these children to gain self esteem by experiencing new activities in a non-judgmental atmosphere.
The focus is on fun and good food, not losing weight.
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stand up 14:34:56 DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 REPORTER: THE LESSONS THESE CAMPER LEARN CAN IMPACT THE WHOLE FAMILY.
CLAUDIA SAYS HER SISTER IS LOSING WEIGHT AND HER MOM HAS LOST MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED POUNDS.
SHE SAYS FAMILY SUPPORT IS NECESSARY SO THESE CAMPERS CAN PRACTICE THESE LESSONS YEAR ROUND.
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Many of these campers return to camp year after year.
This year Claudia Bullard hopes she can inspire these campers to make changes similar to the ones she's made--changes she says which lead to healthy, happier lives.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Reunion


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=afr
TAPE# 96-63
GRAPHIC=None


10 families with roots in Franklin County gathered for a reunion in Roanoke today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Around two- hundred people gathered for the 25th annual Cooper- Finney- Muse reunion.
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IN Q=I KNEW THEM

((REVEREND DR. J EUGENE YOUNG: I KNWE THEM EVEN BEFORE I BECAME THE PASTOR OF THE CHURCH, LIVING IN THE SOUTHWEST NEIGHBORHOOD. THEY HAVE BEEN RESPECTABLE AND JUST A KIND FAMILY.))
SUPER=01-Rev. Dr. J. Eugene Young/Jerusalem Baptist Church;
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VO-NAT


Most say their association with the church has kept their family strong.
But it takes more than love and fellowship to organize a large event like this one.
It's hard to stay in touch as family members have moved away from the area.
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IN Q=through the group

((ESTHER MCCULLOUGH/ORGANIZING MEMBER: THROUGH THE GROUP WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO KEEP IT TOGETHER WHEN WE GET READY TO DO BETTER, WE ALL MEET TOGETHER AT 1 CENTER PLACE WE PLAN AND WE DO LIKE SHE SAID WE DO IT THE 3 DAYS. ))
SUPER=01-Esther McCullough/Organizing Board;
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VO-NAT


The head of the organizing group, Alice Johnson, was honored for her efforts today.
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Galax


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-60
GRAPHIC=None


Each year the Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax is a reunion for thousands of musicians and fans of traditional tunes.
But for two women, this year's festival was their first meeting... the culmination of a TRANSatlantic friendship on the internet.
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IN Q=When my friend Genny

((BETH LARGE-SAKSA/OHIO BLUEGRASS FAN: WHEN MY FRIEND GENNY HERE HAD SAID SHE LIKED BLUEGRASS MUSIC ON THE WEB, I ENCOURAGED HER TO COME. AND LIKE I SAID THE FIRST TIME I MET HER WAS AT THE AIRPORT WHEN I PICKED HER UP. AND WE WERE OFF TO GALAX.))
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VO-NAT


Beth Large Saksa (SACK-suh) and Genny Early are working on a scientific journal.
Though seperated by thousands of miles... they have become friends on the internet.
Beth lives in Ohio... Genny's from England.
But last week in Galax, they got to know the music and one another a little bit better.
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IN Q=The atmosphere is really friendly

((GENNY EARLY/BRITISH BLUEGRASS FAN: THE ATMOSPHERE IS REALLY FRIENDLY AND REALLY RELAXED. AND THAT'S BEEN GOOD FUN. AND WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO TAKE AWAY FROM THIS EXPERIENCE? A WHOLE LOT OF THINGS. I WANT TO LISTEN TO MORE BLUEGRASS AND HOPEFULLY COME BACK IN THE FUTURE.))
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ANCHOR=Ron
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The fiddlers convention wrapped up with an awards ceremony early this morning.

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, Miller Baber and Reggie Clark are winners in the Valley Amateur The Rush wins its second straight last night.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And Geoff Bodine finally makes his way back to Victory Lane winning the Bud at the Glen.
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S-Bud


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-33
GRAPHIC=Watkins glen


Geoff Bodine had a plan today and his crew pulled it off to perfection. Bodine takes the checkered flag winning the Bud at The Glen.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Watkins Glen, NY/ESPN; :


Dale Earnhardt started the race on the pole and he was suppose to turn the car over to David Green the first chance he had to take the car in the pits as he did on this green flag stop.
But Green stood in the pits with a head set on as Earnhardt went back on the road course to race.
Earnhardt, recovering from those injuries at Talladega, was in good enough shape to lead the race with 51 laps to go. And he showed no sign of getting out of the car.
Rusty Wallace was running second until he gets loose and slides into the grass dropping him at least 10 positions behind the leaders.
Ken Schrader had his turn and he would lead the race for several laps but he had problems and dropped back in the field.
Bodine took the lead from Schrader will 11 laps to go and he would hold off the field winning the race at Watkins Glen.
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((GEOFF BODINE/WINS BUD AT THE GLEN: ))
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VO-NAT (cont)


Earnhardt lost his breaks near the end of the race but he finished the event in sixth place.
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((DALE EARNHARDT/FINISHED SIXTH: ))
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ANCHOR=Roy
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Terry Labonte was second Mark Martin third Jeff Gordon fourth and Bobby Labonte fifth.

S-PGA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-13
GRAPHIC=PGA Logo


For the second straight year the P-G-A championship was decided in a playoff.
Kentucky native Kenny Perry and Mark Brooks finishing regulation tied at 11 under par.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Louisville, KY/CBS SPORTS; :


The playoff started at the 18-th tee and Brooks birdied the first hole of the playoff capturing the P-G-A championship in front of a large crowd at the Louisville course.
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ANCHOR=Roy
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Defending champion Steve Elkington finished second at 10 under par and Vijay Singh was next at 9 under.

S-Valley


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-14
GRAPHIC=Sports Logo


Miller Baber continued his fine play today and he is the winner of the Valley Amateur golf tournament.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


Baber had to deal with Brian Agee who was playing on his home course at countryside in today's 36 hole shootout.
He met the challenge and picked up the victory beating Agee 3 and 2 to capture the open title in the amateur.
In the Senior division, Reggie Clark beat John Edwards one up on the 21-st hole.
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S-Yankees


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-15
GRAPHIC=Yankees/Tigers


The Tigers will not sweep the Yankees in a three game set in the Big Apple.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-New York, NY/WPIX; :


The Yankee announcers have a little fun before this afternoons game.
In the third, Paul O'Neil hits a line drive to centerfield scoring a runner and the Yankees took the one to nothing lead.
Then big Cecil Fielder golfs this pitch up in the air the line drive hits the left field foul pole for a three run homer and the Yankees led 4 to nothing in the fourth.
Wade Boggs shows why he has so many gold Gloves. He makes the diving
SUPER=35-New York/12/Detroit/0/;play on this grounder and throws out the

runner and the Yankees beat the Tigers 12 to 0.
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S-Phillies


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-18
GRAPHIC=Astros/Phillies


The Houston Astros had a big day beating Philadelphia at the Vet this afternoon 10 to 5.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/KXTH; :


The Astros led 1 to nothing then in the second Tony Eseubio hits this line drive to centerfield scoring Jeff Bagwell and Houston went on top 2 to nothing.
In the second, Craig Biggio hits a line drive to the corner in right field Brian Hunter rounds the bases to score and the Astros took a 4 to nothing lead.
Still in the second, Bagwell takes SUPER=35-Houston/10/Philadelphia/5/;

this pitch deep over the left field wall for a two run homer Houston led 6 to nothing and the Astros win the game 10 to 5.
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S-Rush


ANCHOR=roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-S6-16
GRAPHIC=Rush


The Roanoke Rush is 2 and 0 after whipping the Durham Vipers last night 46 to 6.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Rush vs. Vipers;


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-Panthers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-17
GRAPHIC=Panthers Logo


Turnovers hurt the Carolina Panthers last night and they came up on the short end of a 40 to 28 beating by the Denver Broncos.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Denver, CO/KUSA; :


The Panthers opened the game sharpe. Quarterback Kerry Collins hits Wesley Walls on this 4 yard touchdown pass and the Panthers led 7 to nothing.
Denver came back in the first Aaron Craver takes the handoff from John Elway and scores from four years out on the fake shot gun to tie the score at 7 to 7.
Collins added another t-d pass in the second he hits Musan Muhammad on this 3 yard strike and Carolina led Denver 14 to 7.
But the Broncos scored in the SUPER=30-Denver/40/Carolina/28/;third and

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