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News-Head

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Next on News Seven-- The Reform
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party has voted Ross Perot as their Presidential Candidate.
He defeated opponent Richard Lamm almost by a 2 to 1 margin.
There is new evidence in the fatal plane crash that killed a Vinton man.
And a Bluegrass Festival is going on this weekend in Vinton.
We'll have all the toe-tapping and more.
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ANCHOR=Ron


The news is next.

Newsbreak


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Good evening.
The Reform party has voted Ross Perot as their Presidential Candidate.
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He defeated opponent Richard Lamm almost by a 2 to 1 margin.
Perot is the parties founder and chief financial backer.
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


There is new evidence in the fatal crash that killed Preveen Bhaskaran
(BAH-sharin) of Vinton.


We have transcripts of the pilot communicating with Airport officials moments before the crash.
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The eigth Old Time Bluegrass Festival is going on in Vinton this weekend.
We'll listen in on the competition.
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ANCHOR=Ron


Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Reform-Party


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-a
GRAPHIC=Campaign 96


To no surprise to some experts... Ross Perot has sealed the Reform Party bid as its presidential nominee.
Perot captured the nomination with almost twice as many votes.
But some are wondering if the voting procedures were actually control by Perot himself.
Jim Moore has the latest.
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Crash-Investigation


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-64
GRAPHIC=Plane Crash Inv.


A pre-liminary report was released today concerning Tuesday's plane crash that killed a Vinton man in Roanoke County.
The report indicates there was NOTHING mechanically wrong with the aircraft when it slammed into Catawba mountain.
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(( The single engine Beechcraft went down near McAfee's Knob, killing the pilot, Praveen Bhaskaran (Bah-Sharin).
Investigators say the Vinton man reported a problem shortly before the plane went down.
According to the plane's data recorder, Bhaskaran (Bah-Sharin) transmitted that he was going to attempt to land at the Roanoke Regional Airport using an instrument landing system approach.
While trying to land he radioed to another pilot and said QUOTE: "...we're still about twenty nine hundred, we're starting to see some ground about now."
About 25 seconds later, during the last recorded message, he also radioed "I'll tell what I'm gonna do... I'm gonna do a missed approach..."
The transmission then ended abruptly.
The report says the marker beacon lights were not observed in the instrument panel or on the accident site.
A review of maintenance records revealed they were removed in April and never replaced.
No word yet on whether that was a factor in the crash.
A memorial service will be held tomorrow for Bhaskaran (Bah-Sharin).))

TWA-Crash


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-f
GRAPHIC=Plane Crash Investigation


More expectations and more disappointment in the search for the cause of the T-W-A disaster.
A source close to the investigation says an eight-foot piece of roof from the mid-section of the jumbo jet does NOT appear to be significant in figuring out what brought the plane down.
A preliminary inspection shows no blast damage and no trace of chemical residue on the roof section.
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SUPER=03-Montoursville, PA;


Meanwhile the families and friends of the victims of the crash remembered their loved ones today, a month after the plane exploded.
About 300 relatives of victims walked onto the school football field and before a crowd of three-thousand people.
Twenty-one people aboard the Paris-bound jetliner were from this small town of five-thousand.
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ValueJet


ANCHOR=Ron
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WRITER=jmo
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GRAPHIC=None


ValuJet is CAUTIOUSLY taking to the skies again.
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SUPER=@File;


The airline, grounded after the fatal crash in the Florida Everglades last May, is preparing to resume operation again.
Yesterday, a crew flew round-trip from Atlanta to Washington's Dulles Airport without incident.
Next week, F-A-A inspectors will fly on several ValuJet flights to check the airline's readiness in emergency situations.
The F-A-A grounded the entire ValuJet operation in June after the crash killed 110 people.
The airline had hoped to start flying again but the investigation into the crash prevented that from happening.
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Bosnia


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=Bosnia


The first 500 U-S military police of the so-called "reshaping of forces" for Operation Joint Endeavor arrived in Bosnia today.
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VO-NAT 15:42:09
SUPER=03-Croatia;


By the end of August, there will be nearly eleven-hundred additional MPs joining the force.
The troops will add more flexibility and mobility as heavy armored units withdrawal.
The military police will also provide more security forces capable of responding to threats and increase their intelligence efforts.
They will also monitor the movement of civilians to polling stations during the elections and continue to monitor the overall activity in the region.
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Awards-Celebration


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=abr
TAPE# 96-55
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


Roanoke has reason to celebrate tonight and does so in style.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The event is in honor of the All America City Award given to Roanoke.
It's the fifth time Roanoke has received this honor.
Party goers enjoyed cake and ice cream, storytelling and face painting.
Balloons decorated downtown Roanoke as Roanoke's citizens, businesses, non-profit organizations and government were honored.
Only ten cities in the country received the All America City Award.
Mayor David Bowers hosted the party.
The festivities will end this evening at midnight.
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Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, Jack Kevorkian is in the middle of another controversy, but this time its with the newspapers, not in court,
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and we'll tell you about the newest job offers in southside.
Employers are hoping to make you feel right at home.
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Kimberly in the WX Office
Some cloud cover-- but skies will clear up overnight.
Patchy fog is also a possibility.
Our forecast looks pretty good-- partly sunny skies-- with a slight chance of some showers tomorrow.
Today wasn't bad, either-- let's show you the mild high and low temperatures... Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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Kevorkian


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
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Jack Kevorkian's lawyer says the "Boston Herald" got it wrong.
The Herald quotes his lawyer as saying Kevorkian was aware of family problems involving the latest person he helped commit suicide.
But his lawyer calls the newspaper article ``an absolute lie.''
Mariellen (Mary-Ellen) Burns reports.
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(( A woman who went to Dr. Jack Kevorkian to die knew what she was doing and her decision was not related to an assault charge against her husband, according to Kevorkian's lawyer.
Geoffrey Fieger says reporters are raising the charge against Judith Curren's husband in order to discredit Kevorkian.
Forty-two year old Curren, a registered nurse from Pembroke, Massachusetts, became the 35th person known to have died in Kevorkian's presence on Thursday.
She suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome.
Her husband, Dr. Franklin Curren, was arrested July 26 on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
According to court records, Franklin Curren told police his wife was refusing to take her antidepressant medication and that the couple had been arguing.
Judith Curren, who was bedridden, told officers she was afraid of her husband and that he had yanked the phone away from her and dismantled it.
Court records also indicate she accused her husband of grabbing her arm and hair and pulling her out of bed.
Curren was released on probation and at a pretrial hearing Aug. 6, he was ordered to undergo counseling.
He was set to return to court Oct. 7.
When asked by Boston's WBZ-TV if he had ever harmed his wife, Curren said, ``No, no, no ... the irony was, she would accuse me of abuse because I threatened to keep her alive.''))

I-73


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 96-61
GRAPHIC=I-73


According to the latest plans, a section of a proposed interstate called I-73 is supposed to run through our area.
It may take 20 years before it's completed though.
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This week at a gathering... it was revealed to supporters in Henry County that at least one stretch of the road will be ready to use by the end of the summer.
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((NELSON WALKER/I-73-74 CORRIDOR ASSOCIATION: NORTH CAROLINA WILL ACTUALLY PUT THE SHIELD UP AND OPEN THE PUBLIC TO DRIVE ON THE 220 SECTION FROM GREENSBORO TO KENDOA NORTH CAROLINA THAT WILL BE INTERSTATE 73/74 SHIELD SO THE FIRST 56-AND-A-HALF MILES OF INTERSTATE 73/74 WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SO WE'RE VERY EXCITED ABOUT THAT.))
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The highway is supposed to go from Michigan to Charleston, South Carolina.
It will link Martinsville, Roanoke, and the New River Valley.
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Job-Fair


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-56
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People are lining up to work at the new Nationwide Homes plant.
The modular home manufacturer received hundreds of applications at a job fair in Martinsville, today.
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The company is opening a new plant in October and needs to fill 75 positions in both the office and production areas.
Company officials say they've received nearly 400 applications in the last week.
Record sales made this expansion possible.
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((JOHN ADAMS/HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER: EACH OF THE LAST THREE YEARS HAS BEEN RECORD SETTING YEARS FOR US. 1996 IS CONTINUING THE FOURTH YEAR OF THAT RECORD SETTING COURSE. WE HAVE THE BEST BACKLOG IN OUR HISTORY.))
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More jobs may be available in the future.
Adams says Nationwide may increase production in the first part of 1997.
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On-Record


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=Pev
TAPE# 96-59
GRAPHIC=None


Scam artist are everywhere these days... but there are many things you can do to protect yourself.
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A number of scams involving home improvement are common during the summer months, but phone scams happen year-round.
It's important to remember never give out you social security, credit card or checking account numbers unless you initiate the call.
From the police to the Better Business Bureau, many organizations can help you if you've been victimized.
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(( BASED ON THIS INFORMATION THEN YOU ARE ABLE TO THEN GO ON AND TAKE ACTION AND ALERT UNIFORMED OFFICERS THAT ARE PATROLLING THEIR WATCHES AND WE CAN LET NEIGHBORHOODS KNOW THROUGH THE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM AND BUSINESS WATCH PROGRAM THAT WE HAVE. ))
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ANCHOR=Ron
SS=On Record


Tune into On Record tomorrow morning at 11 for more information on how to avoid being scammed.
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Soft Music Under
ANCHOR=Ron
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Coming up a little later in our newscast, we'll show you how Roanoke's new conductor is preparing for the symphony's fall debut,
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and we'll listen to some Old Time Bluegrass at a Festival and Competition in Vinton.
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MUSIC UP FULL
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Wiley


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-60
GRAPHIC=Wiley, David


There's a new conductor for Roanoke's Symphony Orchestra.
David Wiley will begin his tenure in October, and is in town preparing for his debut.
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Wiley and his wife moved to Roanoke and is now planning concerts and educational programs and preparing for musical rehearsals.
This week he took part in Roanoke's All-America City Celebration, and said he is looking forward to opening night.
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((DAVID WILEY/ROANOKE SYMPHONY CONDUCTOR: FOR ME COMMUNICATION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING, THAT PEOPLE COME TO THE CONCERTS AND FEEL THAT HOPEFULLY AT LEAST IN SOME SMALL WAY THERE LIFE HAS BEEN CHANGED. IT'S A WONDERFUL ORCHESTRA. IT'S A WONDERFUL STAFF AND SUPPORT GROUP AND I THINK FOR ME JUST THE EXCITEMENT OF OPENING NIGHT THE EXCITEMENT OF THIS EXTRAORDINARY MUSIC WE HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OF PERFORMING, I HOPE THAT THE AUDIENCE WILL CATCH THAT ENTHUSIASM.))
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OUT Q=catch that enthusiasm.
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=Roanoke Symphony


The Roanoke Symphony will open its season October 21st with guest pianist Norman Krieger (KREE-guhr).
The concert will feature some of the work of Rachmaninoff
(rock-MAH-ni-nawf), Brahms (BRAHMZ), and Verdi (VAIR-dee).


Clinton


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
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Lately President Clinton has been having fun with a new White Water experience.
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This one is not in Arkansas... but Wyoming.
He's wrapping up a nine-day family vacation with a daring whitewater rafting trip down the Snake River with daughter Chelsea.
Clinton will be returning to Washington from Jackson Wyoming tonight night to prepare for his 50th birthday party celebration at New York's Radio City Music Hall tomorrow night.
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S-Rush


ANCHOR=roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-FB96-1
GRAPHIC=Rush


Maybe it was the new ownership, maybe not. The Roanoke Rush struggled for most of the game tonight but picks up a come from behind win over the Triad Wallabies.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Rush vs. Wallabies;


The Rush charged onto the Victory Stadium turf in search of its 3rd straight win.
But Roanoke spotted the visitors an early touchdown. Tony Penn fumbles the snap and the whistle never blows. John Cunningham picks up the loose ball and lumbers 45 yards for the score and a 6-nothing Triad lead.
Penn would redeem himself in the 2nd quarter with this 4 yard keeper for the TD. The Rush led it 7 to 6.
The Wallabies drove deep into Rush territory just before the half, but came up empty at the 1, keeping the score at 7-6.
David Merrick adds this 41 yard SUPER=34-Roanoke/16/Triad/6/;

field goal in the 3rd to make it a 10-6 game, and Roanoke wins 16 to 6.
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S-Cards


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-16
GRAPHIC=Cards/Marlins


The St. Louis Cardinals scored a run in the 8-th and it was enough to hold off the Marlins 4 to 3.
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SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/FOX SPORTS; :


The play of the day happened in the second Devon White makes the jumping catch at the wall robbing Gary Gaetti of a home run early in the game.
Then leading 1 to nothing, Ron Gant gets all of this pitch it ends up over the left field wall for a two run homer and the Cardinals led 3 to nothing.
But the Marlins rallied. In the seventh Luis Castillo hits a single to right centerfield scoring Kurt Abbott and the game was tied at 3 to 3.
In the 8-th, Royce Clayton hits a SUPER=35-St.

Louis/4/Florida/3/;single by second base into right field Luis Alicea scores off the play and the Cardinals go on to win it 4 to 3.
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S-Indians


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-15
GRAPHIC=Indians/Tigers


Jim Thome homered, doubled and drove in two runs as the Cleveland Indians beat the Detroit Tigers this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/FOX SPORTS; :


The Tigers in Cleveland for the second day in a row.
In the bottom of the first, Albert Belle sends this bullet into the gap at left centerfield scoring Kenny Lofton and the Indians took the one to nothing lead.
Thome added to the lead in the fifth when he sends this Justin Thompson pitch over the left centerfield wall for a solo homer to make it 2 to nothing Indians.
But Detroit tied the score in the sixth. Bob Higgenson hits this double down the right field line scoring Travis Fryman and Ruben Sierra to make it 2 to 2.
Thome puts the game away in the SUPER=35-Cleveland/6/Detroit/3/;sixth

he doubles down the right field line scoring Belle the Indians led it 4 to 3 and the Indians get the 6 to 3 win.
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S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-17
GRAPHIC=Orioles/A's


Oakland ended its five game losing streak this afternoon beating Baltimore 3 to 1.
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Art Howe looking on from the dugout.
In the fourth inning, Terry Steinbach sends this pitch over the right field wall for a 2 run homer his 29-th and Oakland led 2 to nothing.
Baltimore's Rafael Palmerio SUPER=35-Oakland/3/Baltimore/1/;

provided the only run for the Orioles. He hit this solo homer over the right field wall But the A's beat the Orioles 3 to 1.
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-18
GRAPHIC=none
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SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX SPORTS; :


Jay Buhner, Alex Rodriguez and Ken Griffey all homered today as the Seattle Mariners routed the Yankees in the Big Apple this afternoon.
For that and all of today's scores lets check the numbers. wipe to boards
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SUPER=0091-/Detroit/3/j/Cleveland/6////California/0/j/Boston/6///;
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SUPER=0092-/Houston/3/j/Chicago/12////Colorado/3/j/Cincinnati/5///;
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SUPER=0092-J/San Francisco/8//Philadelphia/4////Pittsburgh/1/j/Atlanta/7///;
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SUPER=0092-/Florida/1/j/St. Louis/4///j/New York/7//San Diego/3///;
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SUPER=0092-/Montreal/0//Los Angeles/0/1//;
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SUPER=0093-j/Prince William/11//Salem/4////Lynchburg/0/j/Kinston/2///;
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SUPER=0105-/Bluefield/2/j/Martinsville/6///j/Bristol/5//Danville/2///;
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Sports Tease


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WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, The Panthers sign Tim Biakabutuka Jimmy Spencer leads second round qualifying at Michigan.
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And several former pro football players are inducted into the college hall of fame.
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S-Panthers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-19
GRAPHIC=Carolina Panthers


The Carolina Panthers signed rookie Tim Biakabutuka last night he's expected to join the team on Monday.
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SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC/JP SPORTS; :


Tonight Biakabutuka was on the sideline as the Panthers hosted the Buffalo Bills.
Jim Kelly took care of business early. Here he goes to the air and hits Lonnie Johnson on the 29 yard touchdown pass the Bills led the Panthers 7 to nothing.
Leading 10 to nothing, Kelly's SUPER=30-Buffalo/24/Carolina/0/;back up

Todd Collins hooks up with Henry Bailey on the 36 yard touchdown strike Buffalo led 17 to nothing and the Bills win it 24 to nothing.
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S-Hall


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-20
GRAPHIC=College Football


The first class of small college players were inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-South Bend, IN/ESPN; :


Former Chicago Bear running back Walter Payton who played at Jackson state and Pittsburgh Steeler quarterback Terry Bradshaw of Louisiana Tech were two of the inductees.
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((WALTON PAYTON/HALL OF FAMER: )) ((TERRY BRADSHAW/HALL OF FAMER: ))
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SUPER=01-Terry Bradshaw/Hall of Famer; :14
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold Logo


Billy "White Shoes" Johnson, Neil Lomax and the late Buck Buchanan join Bradshaw and Payton in the hall.

S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Goodwrench 400


The field is set for tomorrow's running of the Goodwrench 400 at the Michigan International Speedway.
Jimmy Spencer led second round qualifying with a speed of 182 point 987 miles per hour for the 26-th starting position.
Rick Mast will start 32-nd. For the rest of the lineup lets check the boards. wipe to boards
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SUPER=X5013;
SUPER=0107-26. Jimmy Spencer/182.987/27. Derrike Cope//28. Morgan

Shepherd//29. Geoff Bodine//30. Jim Sauter;
SUPER=X5009
SUPER=0107-31. Brett Bodine//32. Rick Mast//33. Hut Stricklin//34. Ted

Musgrave//35. Chad Little;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-36. Robert Pressley//37. Dave Marcis//38. Rickey Craven//39. Jason

Keller//40. J. Mayfield;
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SUPER=0107-41. Greg Sacks //42. Mike Wallace//43. Ron Hornaday;
RUNS=:20
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S-Busch


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-33
GRAPHIC=Busch Logo


Gas mileage determined the winner of the Detroit Gaskets 200 Busch Grand National race at Michigan this afternoon.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Brooklyn, MI/ESPN; :


Jeff Purvis came from the 27-th spot and his car got the best gas mileage as he crossed the finish line ahead of Kevin Lapage.
Purvis stretched it to the limit as his car ran out of gas after taking the checkered flag and had to be pushed to Victory Lane.
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((JEFF PURVIS/DETROIT GASKETS 200 WINNER: ))
SUPER=01-Jeff Purvis/Detroit Gaskets 200 Winner; :
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OUT Q= ........its there's.
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold Logo


Terry Labonte was third, Mark Martin fourth and Rickey Craven fifth. Ward burton fifnished 12-th

Bluegrass-Festival


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-62
GRAPHIC=None


Toes were tapping and folks were fiddling around today at the Vinton Old-Time Bluegrass Festival.
The eighth annual competition is underway all weekend long.
Videographer Rob Monroe takes us to the festival.
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