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NOON-HEADLINES

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The stage is set and the finishing touches have been made for the four day Republican festival.
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And in England a mother-to-be says she hopes to give birth to all eight babies she is carrying.
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Rain is expected all day today-- and conditions are favorable for flash flooding--I'll tell you more about that in a few minutes.
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Don't go away, News 7 at Noon is next.

GOP-CONVENTION


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The big day has finally arrived for Republicans.
The G-O-P convention kicks off in San Diego with a slew of political all-stars including George Bush and Colin Powell.
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The nominee in waiting, Bob Dole, promises to end the Bill Clinton era.
Elizabeth Kaledin files this report.
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Republicans are launching the Dole/Kemp campaign, with four days of made-for-TV events and speeches. Sunday's water-bound welcome for the GOP's presidential hopeful set the tone for what promises to be a highly scripted convention.
Both Dole and Kemp have a light schedule today, saving their energy for Wednesday when they're expected to be nominated, and Thursday when they make their acceptance speeches.
The heart of the convention activity will happen each evening during east coast prime time hours, between 8 and 11 pm.
Among the speakers tonight will be George Bush, Nancy Reagan and General Colin Powell, the man Bob Dole tried hard to recruit as his running mate, but who has said he doesn't want to run for public office.
One person who will not get to make a speech is Pat Buchanan who, nevertheless surprised many by offering Dole an olive branch, in the name of party unity. ((PAT BUCHANAN, LET'S BEAT BILL CLINTON AND PRINCE ALBERT.))
Security today is tighter than ever, with every bag, purse, box and briefcase being searched by police and even bomb-sniffing dogs. After the bombing at the Olympics, the San Diego police have been polite, but firm in their treatment of convention-goers and the media, with waits of up to an hour just to get past the metal detectors.
Elizabeth Kaledin, CBS News, San Diego.))

James


ANCHOR=Melanie
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Virginia's Kay Coles James will play a key role at the Republican National Convention in San Diego, that of secretary.
James is a former cabinet official in the administration of Governor George Allen, as health and human services secretary.
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She is now dean of the school of government at Regent University in Virginia Beach.
As G-O-P convention secretary, she will be responsible for tallying all the roll-call votes and making sure they comply with party bylaws.
And she's the person who gets to make the roll call of all the states for Bob Dole's nomination.
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Russia-bombing


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Another bombing in Russia has left eight people injured, three of them seriously.
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SUPER=03-Near Volgorad, Russia;


The bomb exploded this morning on a passenger train.
It's the latest in a series of bomb attacks in various parts of Russia.
There's been no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast, but some officials have linked the previous attacks to Chechen rebels.
SUPER=03-Near Grozny, Chechnya;


Meantime, Russia has agreed to hold cease talks with rebel forces after the rebels withdraw from the Chechen capital.
The Chechen fighters overran Grozny last week, killing scores of Russian soldiers.
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Octuplets


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In Britain, a woman is pregnant with eight babies.
That's a story anywhere but especially when the British press gets its hands on it.
Tom Fenton reports from London.
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Thirty one year-old Mandy Alwood is carrying 8 fetuses according to a british sunday tabloid.
Mandy is eighteen weeks pregnant with the octuplets.
She and her current partner, Paul Hudson, sold their story to the highest bidder.
The news of the world, one of Britain's racier tabloids, is reportedly paying them a million and a half dollars.
Press agent Max Clifford arranged the deal. Max Clifford, Publicist:They came to me and said the story is about to break will you handle it for us.
Multiple pregancies are not unusual in women who undergo fertility treatment like Alwood. But experts say it is unlikely that all eight babies could be brought to term. PROFESSOR ROBERT WINSTON, FERTILITY EXPERT:I DON'T THINK SHE WILL GET ....IS REALLY REMOTE.
The case has been aroused critism, a lot of it from newspapers that failed to get the story. But alwood, who already has a son from a former marriage, seems to have hit the jackpot.
Tom Fenton CBS News, London.))

China-flood


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Days of heavy rain and flooding in southeast China have left hundreds dead and injured.
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The death toll is now at 250 with some 284 missing.
Some 70-thousand homes have been washed away and thousands remain cut off by the floods.
Economic losses are in the tens of millions of dollars.
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KEATING


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Former financier Charles Keating is looking for freedom today and the chance to salvage his reputation.
He's asking to be released from an Arizona prison while a federal judge decides whether to grant him a new trial.
Keating was convicted of fraud and racketeering in the 19-89 collapse of Lincoln Savings and Loan.

POWER-OUTAGE


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Utility officials meet today to discuss Saturday's massive blackout in the West.
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The nine-state outage cut off power to millions-- from Oregon to southern California.
Officials say it happened because of high demand on a very hot day.
Power officials are asking customers to conserve energy.
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Healthy-Roanoke


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A national publication is giving the Star City high marks when it comes to fitness opportunities and health care.
Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine gave Roanoke a top-ten ranking in its "Healthiest Cities in America" survey.
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The article cited Smith Mountain Lake and the Appalachian Trail as key recreational areas.
It also says per-capita, the Roanoke Valley has an extremely large number of doctors.
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((SHIRLEY HOLLAND/CARILION: AS A COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH CARE SYSTEM... THE REASON WE ARE HERE IS FOR THE HEALTH OF OUR COMMUNITY-- THIS WHOLE AREA. AND FOR THAT REASON, IT WAS ESPECIALLY GRATIFYING TO GET THE AWARD.. OR THE RECOGNITION. ))
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Roanoke actually placed seventh in the Kiplinger's survey.
The Healthiest City in America according to the article is Rochester,
Minnesota.
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Still to come on News 7, theories of a where a bomb might have been placed on T-W-A Flight 800 are changing--
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and what was planned as a day of fun ends in tragedy for a family at an Indiana amusement park.
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Park-deaths


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A deadly trip to an amusement park for a family near Indianpolis.
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A woman was killed and her four year old grandaughter critically wounded when a miniature train they were riding in derailed and flipped over.
The woman's husband, sister and four other grandchildren were also injured.
A local sheriff says witnesses reported the train was going unusually fast.
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TWA-CRASH


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Investigators in the T-W-A crash may be moving away from the theory that a bomb exploded in the plane's front cargo hold.
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SUPER=03-East Moriches, NY;


A source says the recovered cargo bins don't show bomb damage.
Investigators now suspect a bomb in either a food cart or in carry-on luggage.
Meantime, F-B-I agents arrive in Jerusalem today to question a Hezbollah bomber who has been in Israeli custody since April in connection with plans for a plane bombing.
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County-Water


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TAPE# 96-67
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Investigators have traced the contamination in a Roanoke County creek to a storm drain or sewer line... They say the spill was very small and will NOT cause any lasting damage.
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Just before three o'clock yesterday, a resident noticed a strange film 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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The Hollins Fire Department and the Roanoke county Haz-mat team built an underflow dam to contain the spill, then put down booms and pads to soak up the mess.
Officials say the petroleum-based product could have been washed from a parking lot or a vehicle cleaning bay. They're attempting to find the source, but say it may be difficult to pinpoint.
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Galax


ANCHOR=Melanie
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TAPE# 96-60
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You wouldn't think the internet and the Old Fiddler's Convention in Galax have much in common.
But for two e-mail pals, they are a perfect fit.
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((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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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 is from England.
But last week in Galax, they got to know the music and one another a little bit better.
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((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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The fiddlers convention wrapped up with an awards ceremony yesterday.
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Just ahead on News 7 at Noon,
Experts say the number of rabies cases is on the rise around the Commonwealth,
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and a children's summer camp in Franklin County is more than just fun and games.
We'll tell you about Camp Lighten-Up when we come back.
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Camp-Lighten-up


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WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-64
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Overweight children frequently have a hard time--they're often teased by other kids.
But there's a place in Franklin County where kids with weight problems can feel accepted.
It's Camp Lighten Up, and as Denise Allen explains, the focus is on having fun as well as developing a healthy lifestyle.
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((CLAUDIA BULLARD/CAMP LIGHTEN UP COUNSELOR: I HAD A PROBLEM EATING SO SHE SUGGESTED THAT I CAME HERE. SO I DID AND I DID. AND I LEARNED MY EATING HABITS SO I DON'T LIKE SNACK.))
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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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((YOU GO FROM BEING HEAVY TO GETTING SMALL AND PEOPLE LOOK AT YOU DIFFERENTLY. THEY COMPLEMENT YOU AND THINGS LIKE THAT.))
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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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((LYNN BERRY/COOP. EXTENSION AGENT: THE GOAL IS TO MAKE THEM AWARE OF WAYS FOOD CAN BE PREPARED. SO IT IS NUTRITIOUS AND IT'S NUTRITIOUS AND IT'S NON-FATTENING TO GIVE THEM ALTERNATIVES TO SNACKING, TO COUCH POTATOES AND GIVE THEM SOMETHING ELSE TO DO.))
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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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((THEY GAVE ME A BOOK AND GO THROUGH THE BOOKLET LIKE MY FAMILY DID WITH ME AND JUST START THE SAME PROGRAM I DID.))
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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.))

Rabies


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 96-54
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Cases of rabies are on the rise in many parts of Virginia.
Lynchburg and Central Virginia authorities are especially concerned about the increase.
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Statewide, there have been 342 cases of rabies reported so far this year--
Last year at this time, there were 250 cases.
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Rabies can be fatal to humans who don't receive vaccinations after infection.
People are advised to avoid contact with wild or animals they're NOT familiar with.
Virginia law requires that dogs and cats be vaccinated before they reach four months.
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WEATHER
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Pembroke-Center


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 96-70
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It's not going to take a mighty prescription after all to revive an old drugstore in Pembroke.
Town officials are hoping some land on Route 4-60 will make do for a retail and service center.
Tracy Altizer explains.
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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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((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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((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.))

Stocks


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On Wall Street at Noon, the Dow was DOWN 25 points.
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Stick around - Sports is next, including results of yesterday's Valley Amateur golf tournament,
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and it's been a long time for Geoff Bodine, but yesterday he found himself in the winner's circle of the Bud at the Glen.
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Bud


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=Roy
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Geoff Bodine ended a drought of nearly two years Sunday when he took the checkered flag winning the Bud at the Glen.
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Dale Earnhardt started the race on the pole. He was supposed to turn the car over to David Green the first time he took the car into 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 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: VICTORY LANE....THANK GOD FOR THIS. HE'S GOTTEN ME THROUGH A LOT OF STRUGGLES IN MY LIFE THESE PAST TWO YEARS. HE GOT ME THROUGH A LOT TODAY. THIS WAS TERRIFIC.))
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Earnhardt lost his brakes near the end of the race but he finished the event in sixth place.
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((DALE EARNHARDT/FINISHED SIXTH: I GOTTA THANK DAVID GREEN FOR COMING UP AND HELPING US OUT AND STANDING BY FOR ME. THE CAR WAS GREAT, IT WAS A LITTLE SOFT ON THE BRAKES THERE AT THE END. I'D USED THEM PRETTY HARD ALL DAY - I JUST DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH THERE AT THE END TO RUN UP THE BRAKES - I THINK THE DRIVER HAS GIVEN OUT SOME, TOO.))
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Terry Labonte was second, Mark Martin third, Jeff Gordon fourth, and Bobby Labonte fifth.

PGA


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NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-19
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Kenny Perry bogeyed 18 but Mark Brooks birdied the hole to force a sudden death playoff in the P-G-A championship.
The playoff started at 18 and Brooks sank an 8-foot birdie putt to win the first major of his career.
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After a second shot from the rough, Perry had this shot but he was unable to get the ball on the green to have a chance at the win on the first playoff hole.
Brooks, who had three straight birdies at 18, came through again with the 8-footer to claim the 1996 P-G-A championship. Brooks and Perry finished regulation at 277, 11 under par.
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((MARK BROOKS/1996 PGA CHAMPION: KIND OF A TOUGH WAY TO FINISHFOR KENNY. A LOT OF GUYS HAD A GOOD CHANCE AND I'M JUST VERY FORTUNATE TO COME OUT ON TOP. THEY GAVE ME AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE FOUR ON THE LAST HOLE, AND FORTUNATELY I DID.)) ((KENNY PERRY/RUNNER UP: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN THE ULTIMATE TO WIN. MY GOAL WAS TO WIN HERE IN FRONT OF MY HOME FOLKS. I GAVE IT A VALIENT EFFORT. A ALMOST ACHIEVED ALL I THOUGHT I COULD ACHIEVE. I JUST CAME UP ONE PLAYER HOLE SHORT))
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Steve Elkington and Tommy Tolles were a stroke behind at 278.

Valley


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-14
GRAPHIC=Sports Logo


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


Baber had to deal with Brian Agee who was playing on his home course at countryside in Sunday'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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wrap


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cst
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Coming up today on News 7 at Five--
These days more and more people who aren't satisfied with their faces or
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bodies are turning to plastic surgeons for help.
We'll tell you WHO is going under the knife, and WHAT they're hoping to get out of it.
The story, coming up on Health Check.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Have a good day. That's it for us on News 7 at NOON.