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The Marysville bridge is out over Seneca Creek... a casualty of the flooding spawned by a hurricane... only this bridge was SO significant it won't be replaced.
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ANCHOR=Keith


That's one of the stories on NEWS 7 at SIX.
We'll also take a trip to the lake to see how they're coming on those cabins we taxpayers approved in '92. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, Roy Stanley checks in from Rick Mast's celebrity golf tournament.
Terry Holland talks about keeping athletes in line when their out of a coaches sight.
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And Radford University takes a bold step to solve that problem with a new get tough pledge for its athletes.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


One early morning weather system brings rain. The next one brings the coolest air of the later summer season. And WeatherSchool talks about the big daddy Hurricanes.

Flooding-Briefing


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-66
GRAPHIC=Flooding Aftermath Southside


Residents in flood- ravaged Southside will soon have a place to go for help in recovering from Hurricane Fran.
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SUPER=03-Danville;


Federal officials announced today they are opening disaster recovery centers in Danville and South Boston, starting at 1 p.m. tomorrow.
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((BILL BRYANT/FEMA: THE PURPOSE OF THESE RECOVERY CENTERS IS TO ALLOW PEOPLE WHO MAY HAVE MORE EXTENSIVE QUESTIONS BEYOND THE TELE-REGISTRATION PROCESS TO COME AND SEE SOMEONE, MEET WITH THEM FACE TO FACE TO REVIEW PERSONALLY WITH SOMEONE ABOUT THE VARIOUS PROGRAMS THAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE. ))
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*Dissolve to Stillstore* Keith voice over
FEMA reminds residents to call 1- 800- 462- 9029 to register for flood assistance.
South Boston's recovery center will be located at 435 South Main Street.
Danville's location has not been determined.
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Covered-Bridge


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-69
GRAPHIC=Flooding Aftermath


Flooding damaged hundreds of roads all across the state, but the biggest loss may have been a bridge that hadn't seen traffic for more than forty years.
Steve Smallshaw explains.
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(( When last we saw the Marysville bridge, it had withstood the worst of Mother Nature for nearly 120 years.
Last Friday however, rain from Hurricane Fran swelled Seneca Creek to the point where water was pushing against the sides.
Just minutes after these pictures were taken, the bridge was washed away.
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((BEN MILLER: WE HAD JUST PULLED AWAY AND THEY TOLD US LATER IT HAD COLLAPSED RIGHT AFTER WE LEFT.))
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Paul Good had carved his name somewhere on that bridge.
He watched a piece of his childhood go.
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((PAUL GOOD/EYEWITNESS: IT ACTUALLY PULLED IT OFF AND IT WAS STILL UPRIGHT, AND IT FLOATED DOWNSTREAM PROBABLY 20 TO 30 FEET UPRIGHT TILL IT HIT A TREE.))
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((There had been four or five covered bridges at this same spot since the late 1700's.. all fell victim to flooding and were eventually rebuilt. However, with a modern span already in place, it's highly unlikely the last version of the Marysville bridge will be replaced, which means Campbell County has a lost a piece of its history.))
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But the bridge will live on, in the memories of the residents and on the canvas of Janson Harrill.
Harrill retired to central Virginia two years ago to devote more time to his hobby of oil painting.
Looking to capture the flavor of some local historic sites, he was directed to the Marysville bridge.
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IN Q=I feel like

((JANSON HARRILL/ARTIST: I FEEL LIKE I'VE LOST AN ELDERLY FRIEND THAT WAS VERY WISE AND I DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO GLEAN SOME OF THAT WISDOM.))
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Harrill says sales of his limited edition print have doubled since last Friday.
Like the bridge itself, there will soon be just a few of them left.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Campbell County.))

Helicopters


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-67
GRAPHIC=Flooding Aftermath


As they evaluate emergency response to the flooding one concern for state disaster planners--Virginia has sold its only helicopter capable of flying "instruments only."
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SUPER=03-Chesterfield;


That makes air rescues more difficult.
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((THE COAST GUARD CAN COME UP. THEY HAVE ONE WITH A HOIST CAPABILITY. AND THAT'S INSTRUMENT CAPABLE. I BELIEVE SOME OF THE NATIONAL GUARD BLACKHAWKS COULD... IN THE MOUNTAINS.))
SUPER=01-Micheal Cline/Va. Emergency Services;
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TALENT=Keith
SS=Flooding Aftermath


Coast Guard helicopters did see action during the recent flooding--they were used to evacuate residents in the Rockbridge County community of Elkton and also in Page County.

Pulaski-Drugs


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-62
GRAPHIC=Drug Bust-Cocaine


A nine- month undercover investigation in Pulaski County may take 31 alleged drug dealers off the street.
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SUPER=03-Pulaski;


Police fanned out to make the arrests this morning.
The suspects face a total of 55 charges, including distribution of crack, methamphetamine and various prescription drugs.
Authorities say besides the street dealers, they were also managed to nail some mid- level suppliers.
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((HERB COOLEY/PULASKI POLICE CHIEF: IT'S NOT THE NUMBER WE WOULD LIKE BUT IT IS A HIGH NUMBER AND IT'S PROBABLY THE BETTER NUMBERS WE'VE HAD IN DOING ONE OF THESE OPERATIONS. AND I FEEL LIKE WE'RE CERTAINLY MAKING PROGRESS IN THAT AREA. ))
SUPER=01-Herb Cooley/Pulaski Police Chief;
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Authorities hope information they gain from this investigation will lead to more arrests later.
The Pulaski County Drug Task Force is made up of officers from the sheriff's department, the towns of Dublin and Pulaski, state police and the A-B-C bureau.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE
Still to come on News 7 at 6---

new options for those who want to vacation at Smith Mountain Lake.
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and she's a beauty pageant champion--at the tender age of 18 months.
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SOT 11:57:56
IN Q= It's all fun

((AUDRA SYLVESTER/ANGELICA'S MOTHER: IT'S ALL FUN. THERE'S PEOPLE THERE THAT TAKE IT SERIOUSLY AND IT'S ALL FOR FUN.))
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So is she a future Miss America? And what about people who think she's too young to be doing this? We'll have that story and more, but first let's check in with Robin.
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Shalala


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-61
GRAPHIC=Tobacco Under Fire


The Clinton Administration is doing nothing to help Virginia tobacco farmers swallow the bitter pill they feel they're being handed.
Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala is the latest bearer of bad tidings to Virginia.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( First the FDA crackdown -- Now Hurricane Fran.
Virginia tobacco farmers are harvesting what they can.
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U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala -- in Richmond for a ribbon cutting -- isn't doing much to ease their pain.
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((DONNA SHALALA: AS THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN WHO CHILDREN WHO START SMOKING COMES DOWN, THERE OBVIOUSLY IS AN IMPACT. BUT THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS ARE FAIRLY MARGINAL ON TOBACCO FARMERS... WANT TO GO INTO AN ALTERNATIVE CROP.))
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((ANNICE PELL/CHESTERFIELD CO. FARMER: I'D LIKE TO DO THAT. BUT I DON'T NOTHING THAT WOULD-- WE FARM. WE'VE GOT HORSES. WE'VE GOT GRAIN. WE'VE GOT PIGS. WELL WE DON'T, BUT OUR SON-IN-LAWS DO HERE ON THE FARM. AND DON'T NONE OF IT MAKE NO LIVING. THEY'VE GOT TO WORK SOMEWHERE ELSE. THIS SON-IN-LAW OVER HERE'S A VETERINARIAN.))
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((DONNA SHALALA: WE BELIEVE THAT OUR RECOMMENDATIONS WILL NOT HAVE A SERIOUS IMPACT ON THE TOBACCO FARMERS OF VIRGINIA FOR EXAMPLE.))
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((JIMMY MULLEN/VA. EXTENSION SPECIALIST: AS OF RIGHT NOW, I HAVE NOT SEEN A CASH CROP THAT CAN REPLACE TOBACCO.))
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((ANNICE PELL: WELL IF THERE IS, I DON'T KNOW WHAT IT IS. UNLESS IT WOULD BE MARIJUANA. HEH HEH.))
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That's NOT one of President Clinton's recommended crops, by the way.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Redistricting


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-64
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A three- judge panel in Roanoke is hearing evidence that will determine the future of Virginia's only black majority congressional district.
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The Third Congressional District stretches from Richmond and the northern neck down to Tidewater.
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A national conservative group has mounted a constitutional challenge, arguing that the district was drawn primarily along racial lines.
Today state lawyers argued there were other considerations as well, and incumbent Congressman Bobby Scott said he's confident the state will prevail.
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SOT 12:17:17
IN Q=There are a number

((REP. BOBBY SCOTT/D- 3RD DISTRICT: THERE ARE A NUMBER OF COURT CASES THAT WILL CONSIDERED IN FINAL ARGUMENT, BUT I CERTAINLY THINK THE LINES WERE LEGALLY DRAWN. THE STATE IS PUTTING ON THAT EVIDENCE AND I THINK THIS CASE OUGHT TO BE DECIDED IN THE COURTROOM AND NOT IN THE MEDIA. BUT YOU REMAIN FAIRLY CONFIDENT? I'M OPTIMISTIC FROM WHAT I'VE SEEN SO FAR.))
SUPER=01-Rep. Bobby Scott/(D) 3rd District;
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Legal Scales


Today, the judges heard from two experts on redistricting and a delegate from Chesterfield County.
The case will continue with more testimony tomorrow, but the judges are not expected to rule for several weeks.

Grey


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-65
GRAPHIC=Campaign 96


In the SIXTH district, the focus was on political positioning.
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SUPER=03-Salem;


Democratic challenger Jeff Grey is trying to unseat incumbent Congressman Bob Goodlatte this November.
Today, he met with employees of Lewis Gale Medical Center and discussed various health- related issues.
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SOT 6:29:46
IN Q=What I

((JEFF GREY/D- SIXTH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE: WHAT I PROPOSE TO DO IS SOMETHING I CHALLENGE EVERY OTHER CONGRESSMAN TO DO AND THAT IS TO INSTALL A HOTLINE INTO MY OFFICE, ONCE I TAKE THIS OFFICE, FOR THE PURPOSE OF REPORTING WASTE, FRAUD AND ABUSE OF MEDICARE. ))
SUPER=01-Jeff Grey/D- 6th Dist. Cong. Candidate;
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OUT Q=of medicare
ANCHOR=keith
SS=Campaign 96


Jeff Grey is not the only challenger to Goodlatte's Congressional seat.
Jay Rutledge poses opposition from the Libertarian party.

SML-Cabins


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-77
GRAPHIC=Smith Mountain Lake

**NOTE Anchor Tag
Back in 1992, voters passed a state- wide bond referendum-- and the package included 94 million dollars for Virginia's state parks.
Smith Mountain Lake was promised a two- million dollar piece of the pie... and officials THERE promised to build more than a dozen cabins.
So what happened to the project?
Scott Prince took a trip to the lake and found out.
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SUPER=01-Brian Heft/Park Manager; :20
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((The plans are laid out... and soon cabins will be spread out through Smith Mountain Lake State Park.
Don't believe it?
Just take a short walk along the south end of the park.
You'll find more than orange striped box turtles... you'll see orange striped trees-- the mark of upcoming construction.
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SOT 11:09:11
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((BRIAN HEFT/PARK MANAGER: WE PICKED THIS AREA OF THE PARK BECAUSE IT'S SURROUNDED BY HARDWOOD AND IT IS SO BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE))
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Brian Heft is the manager of the park.
He's hoping for a total of twenty cabins... complete with all the comforts of home.
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IN Q=Full services

((HEFT: FULL SERVICES. BATHROOM, FULL KITCHEN WITH A MICROWAVE. YOU CAN COME AND KIND OF BE INDEPENDENT ON YOUR OWN. COOK YOUR OWN MEALS AND REALLY ENJOY YOURSELF. ))
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And Heft says it shouldn't be long until construction is complete.
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SOT 11:27:28
IN Q=Hopefully

((HEFT: HOPEFULLY WE'LL HAVE FINALIZED FINISHED CABINS BY THE FALL OF 1997. AND WE'RE JUST AS ANXIOUS AS EVERYONE ELSE TO BE ABLE TO PROVIDE THIS SERVICE TO PEOPLE. WE GET HUNDREDS OF PHONE CALLS EACH YEAR FOR IT. ))
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Guess he's not the only one with a touch of "cabin fever."
Scott Prince, News- 7.))
ANCHOR=keith
SS=Smith Mountain Lake


Rates for the cabins have not been determined at this point... but park officials say they'll be comparable to similar set- ups in other state parks.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE

The stock market advanced today. The Dow gained 27 points, closing at 57 hundred 54. NASDAQ up four and a half points.
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Beauty-Queen


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#96-59
GRAPHIC=None


Atlantic City is hosting the Miss America Pageant this weekend.
As fifty contestants gear up for Saturday night, there is one toddler in Covington who will be sizing up the competition as well.
Ron Jones has more.
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NAT SOUND
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Pageants!
A measure of grace... talent... and of course... beauty!
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NAT SOUND (Crowned Miss. Virginia)
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Whether you're in your 20's... or beyond... pageants offer contestants the opportunity to display their God given attributes. MISS SENIOR CITIZEN FOOTAGE HERE
And Now pageants aren't just for the mature.. but for the pint sized as well.
Meet 18-month-old Angelica Denise Sylvester.
She can barely speak a few words... but she's the talk of the Beauty Pageant circuit... dad says it all started the day she was born.
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((CHUCK SYLVESTER/ANGELICA'S FATHER: LET'S GO SHOW OFF OUR BABY. WHO WOULDN'T WANT TO DO THAT IT COST TEN DOLLARS TO ENTER THE FIRST ONE AND SHE'S WON ALL THE PRIZE MONEY AND THE ENDORSEMENTS ALL THE WAY UP TO THE INTERNATIONAL FINALS.))
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Surrounded by the glitter of her trophies... in Angel's early career she has won local, state, national, and international awards.
However, some may wonder if mom and dad are expecting to much from their little girl.
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((AUDRA SYLVESTER/ANGELICA'S MOTHER: IT'S ALL FUN. THERE'S PEOPLE THERE THAT TAKE IT SERIOUSLY AND IT'S ALL FOR FUN. THERE'S 83 BABIES THERE, EVERYBODY'S GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER. WE JUST THINK OF IT AS FUN.))
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So, will she be Miss America in the year two-thousand--sixteen?
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((AUDRA SYLVESTER/ANGELICA'S MOTHER: WHO KNOWS SHE MAY BE MISS. AMERICA BUT WE'RE NOT GOING TO PUSH HER. IT'S ALL LEFT UP TO HER WHEN SHE'S ABLE TO DECIDE WHAT SHE WANTS TO DO.))
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So, watch out Miss America... there's a little angel on the loose... and she wants your crown.
Ron Jones, News Seven.

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, Terry Holland talks about dealing with trouble within ones athletic department, Radford AD takes a bold step to keep the Highlanders on track,
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and Roy Stanley takes us down Rick Mast's annual golf tournament where a lot of people had trouble staying straight today.
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S-Trouble


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#VF96-1
GRAPHIC=VA. TECH FOOTBALL


The Virginia Tech Football Team has made its share of headlines in the past few years both on and off the field.
Yes, the bowl appearances create a lot of excitement, but the off the field discipline problems often take the lustre off the accomplishments.
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The University of Virginia has also had to deal with some of the same problems in the past year.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00


All-ACC kicker Rafael Garcia was convicted on a drunk driving charge in January.
Basketball recruit Melvin Whitaker was arrested for the malicious wounding of a Cavalier football player on the University grounds in March.
And senior point guard Harold Deane was convicted last month of trespassing and resisting arrest.
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((TERRY HOLLAND/UVA ATHLETIC DIRECTOR:))
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Holland is friends with a number of people at Tech, and he knows firsthand what the coaches and administrators are going through these days.
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((TERRY HOLLAND:))
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OUT Q=...THE RIGHT THING."
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S-Radford


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#S6-21
GRAPHIC=RADFORD LOGO


While the Virginia Tech and UVa programs have been under fire on different occasions.
Radford University has its athletes signing a tough new pledge.
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SUPER=03-Radford;


Students promise to steer clear of alcohol and tobacco during their playing seasons, and illegal drugs at all times.
The first violation results in a one- game suspension. Any further violations mean mandatory suspension for the season, and no athletic aid for the next semester.
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SOT 7:27:35
IN Q=

((GREIG DENNY/RU ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: WE ARE HOLDING THEM TO A HIGHER STANDARD BUT I DO THINK IT'S A PRIVILEGE FOR THEM AND THEREFORE THEY NEED TO TAKE IT SERIOUSLY. ))
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OUT Q=take it seriously.
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Women's basketball standout Kim Hairston of Bassett agrees, and thinks the policy will improve overall team performances.
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((KIM HAIRSTON/RU BASKETBALL PLAYER: IT'LL HELP THE PERFORMANCE BECAUSE YOU CAN'T PERFORM 100 PERCENT IF YOU'RE DOING DRUGS OR ALCOHOL OR ANYTHING. SO IT'LL HELP. ))
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OUT Q=so it'll help.
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Radford coaches are free to implement further policies of their own.
But they're obligated to report ALL violations.
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S-Navy


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=COLLEGE FOOTBALL


In one other college note, Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke announced this afternoon that the Notre Dame-Navy game in 1998 will be played in his brand new stadium that is currently under construction near Landover, Maryland.
Cooke also says he hopes to showcase the Army-Navy game in the near future.

S-Mast


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-34
GRAPHIC=Rich Mast Logo


A little rain could not postpone the Rick Mast charity golf tournament in Lexington this afternoon.
And Roy Stanley says today's event went off without a hitch.
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SUPER=01-Benny Parsons/ESPN Commentator; :52
SUPER=01-Robert Pressley/Driver - Skoal Chevy; 1:05
SUPER=@Roy1; 1:12
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((The third annual Rick Mast golf tournament gave a new meaning to a shot gun start.))
((NAT SOT))

((Over 170 Golfers teed it up for the charity event at the Lexington Country Club.
Mast wishes his handicap was equal to the number one on the Hooters car that he drives on the Winston Cup Circuit.
But the tournament is for fun and a worthy cause.)) ((RICK MAST/HOOTERS PONTIAC: )) ((NAT SOUND)) ((ESPN Commentator and former driver Benny Parsons was making his second appearance in the event.
And he was joined by driver of the number 33 car Robert Pressley.)) ((ROY STANDUP: ))
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