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News-Head

ANCHOR=Ron
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WRITER=rjo
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Next on News 7.
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein says
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he's backing off his threats of shooting down U-S and Allied planes over the NO-fly zone, but continues to beef up his air defense.
A Henry County man was killed today after being struck by a train.
And if you like spam... you should have been in Dallas for the big spam-o-rama.
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ANCHOR=Ron
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The news is next.

Train-Ax


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=afr
TAPE# 96-76
GRAPHIC=Train Ax


A Ridgeway man is dead after being hit by a train in Martinsville this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Martinsville;


27- year- old Johnny Wike was killed by a Norfolk Southern train on the tracks near Nationwide Homes on Rives (REEVES) Road.
It happened at 3-40.
The train conductor and engineer saw Wike on the tracks, but were unable to stop in time.
The train was traveling 23 miles- per- hour in a 25- miles- per- hour zone.
Norfolk Southern spokesman Bob Auman says the 12 thousand ton train was headed south with a full load of coal.
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Fairlawn-Fire


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 96-65
GRAPHIC=Fire


One fire consumed four businesses this morning in Fairlawn.
Schewel's Furniture, The Carpet Shop, Powers Fence and a tax service were destroyed by a fire that started in a warehouse.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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SUPER=01-Joe Trigg/Asst. Fairlawn Fire Chief; :21
SUPER=01-Buddy Trigg/Fairlawn Fire Chief; :32
SUPER=01-Calvin Powers/Building Owner; 1:03
SUPER=01-Nina Poe/Spectator; 1:11
SUPER=00-Mike Johnston/Spectator; 1:28
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(( This used to be The Carpet Shop.
A passing motorist who saw smoke and a glow coming from the business alerted authorities around seven this morning.
Firefighters say the blaze started in the Carpet Shop's warehouse, and burned unnoticed for quite a while.
They spent 30 minutes battling heavy smoke and heat inside, before they were forced to retreat.
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SOT 22:17:42

((JOE TRIGG/ASST. FAIRLAWN FIRE CHIEF: SHORTLY AFTER WE GOT ALL OUR MEN OUT OF THE BUILDING, LIKE WITHIN A MINUTE OF IT THE ENTIRE ROOF INSIDE THE CARPET SHOP DID COLLAPSE. ))
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That's when the blaze began leaping to the other businesses. Their contents served as fuel for its rage.
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SOT 23:16:16

((BUDDY TRIGG/FAIRLAWN FIRE CHIEF: THE AMOUNT OF FIRE LOAD AND STUFF THAT'S INSIDE CARPET. CARPET, A LOT OF IT'S GOT RUBBER BACKING, THEY'VE GOT ALL THE PADDING AND EVERYTHING STORED IN HERE. IT'S A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF FIRE LOAD IN THIS BUILDING WITH THE FURNITURE COMPANY AND THE CARPET COMPANY BEING TOGETHER. ))
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Calvin Powers owns the 30 year- old building, as well as The Carpet Shop and Powers Fence.
He says everything appeared normal when the last employee left at six last night.
Powers says the four businesses employed a total of about 25 people. He estimates more than two million dollars in damages.
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SOT 22:26:02

((CALVIN POWERS/BUILDING OWNER: NOTHING I CAN DO EXCEPT GO ON FROM HERE, MAKE THE BEST. QUESTION: AND YOU WILL REBUILD? ANSWER: YES. ))
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((NINA POE/SPECTATOR: WE'VE JUST BEEN OBSERVING IT. SURE IS A BIG LOSS. WE SURE HATE TO SEE IT. ))
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The blaze drew more and more spectators as firefighters from five departments battled it throughout the morning.
Some spectators came from nearby homes and businesses who's electricity had to be cut.
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SOT 22:40:07

((DONNA WALKER & MIKE JOHNSTON/THE POWER WENT OUT AND I LOOKED OUT AND THE CLOUD OF SMOKE WAS SO BIG AND I THOUGHT "OH MY." SOMETHING'S HAPPENING. I HAD NO IDEA WHAT IT WAS. ))
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In the end, the flames spared only the tax service office, though the water and smoke did not. THE FIRE CHIEF SAYS THE BLAZE DID START AT GROUND LEVEL, BUT THE TOTAL ROOF COLLAPSE WILL MAKE IT EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE HOW IT STARTED. IT WILL BE AT LEAST TOMORROW BEFORE THEY CAN EVEN GET INSIDE THE BUILDING TO BEGIN THAT TASK. TRACY ALTIZER, NEWS 7, FAIRLAWN.))

Iraq


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE# net-b
GRAPHIC=Conflict in the Gulf


Today President Saddam Hussein ordered his defense commanders to beef up his air defenses... despite saying he will NOT attack allied warplanes patrolling the "no-fly zones".
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SUPER=03-Persian Gulf;


He ordered the increase of defenses in anticipation of a U-S military strike as U-S troops push ahead with its military buildup in the Gulf.
Five- thousand additional U-S troops have been sent to neighboring Kuwait, along with Stealth and F-16 fighters, which have already taken up position in the area.
Kuwaiti officials say they would like to see the U-S get rid of Saddam Hussein.
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((SHEIKH SAUD NASIR AL-SABBAH, KUWAIT MINISTER OF INFORMATION: WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE FOR ONCE AND ALL AN END TO THIS REGIME -- SOONER RATHER THAN LATER.))
SUPER=01-Sheikh Saud Al-Sabbah/Kuwaiti Official;
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The Iraqi officials said it was suspending missile attacks on U-S, British and French warplanes.
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Bosnia


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-c
GRAPHIC=None
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SUPER=03-Bosnia;


It could be Monday or Tuesday before we find out the results of today's elections in Bosnia.
Turnout appeared to be between 60 and 70 percent, according to a U-S official who helped organize the vote.
Voters chose regional and national governments in each of the two halves of Bosnia -- Muslim-Croat and Serb.
Voters also selected a three-person presidency and a legislature.
Despite the relative calm, signs of Bosnia's ethnic hatred and suspicions linger.
The Muslims' ruling party is demanding that the vote in the Serb half of Bosnia be annulled, alleging soemthing may be wrong with the voting process.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=NONE


Stay with us, up next on News 7 at 11,
Ford union workers are threatening a midnight walkout-- that's when their current contract expires.
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And,
Boris Yeltsin is in the hospital-- having preliminary tests for upcoming heart surgery.
But first, let's check in with Kimberly.
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Kimberly in WX CENTER
Thanks, Ron--
You might say we're getting a well- deserved fair weather weekend.
High pressure over the mid- Atlantic is what we have to thank for this break from Mother Nature.
Daytime highs were running a little cool today.... Roll Lake Levels MUSIC UP FULL
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Ford


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Ford


Midnight is coming quickly as the deadline looms for Ford and United Auto Workers negotiators.
A Ford spokesman has said the two sides may NOT have an agreement by the time the union's three-year old contract expires.
But he says the company's negotiators do NOT expect a strike.
The U-A-W has made Ford its first focus in national contract talks with the Big Three U-S automakers.
Once a deal has been reached with Ford, the union is expected to use that contract as the framework to deal with G-M and Chrysler.
The major issues for the auto workers are wages and outsourcing -- the use of outside, non-union workers.

PICKET


ANCHOR=RON
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=DAL
TAPE# 96-67
GRAPHIC=None


Union members at the Hoechst (HURKST) Celanese (SELL-oh-nese) Celco
(SELL-co) plant in Narrows say the company is trying to break the contract they

negotiated just last year.
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SUPER=03-Narrows;


Union officials say the company is trying to take away workers seniority by training employees with less experience to work in all sections of the plant.
Members lined route 4-60 in front of their union hall this morning, to drum up community support.
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((GARY ROBERTSON/UNION PRESIDENT: WE'RE JUST BASICALLY LETTING THE PUBLIC KNOW WE'RE DISSATISFIED WITH THE COMPANY'S EFFORT TO OBTAIN SOMETHING THEY COULD NOT GET IN CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS.))
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The plant's human resource director, John McQuail, says the company is acting within the agreed contract.
He says they stand by their decision to implement new job classifications in the Celco plant.
These classifications enable the company to better meet the needs of the customer.
The union's contract is good through the year 2000.
The plant employs about 19-hundred workers.
15-hundred of those are union members.
An arbitration date is scheduled in October.
Among other things the company makes yarn and cigarette filters.
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Bus-Fatal


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11P
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-68
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Yesterday's fatal accident involving a school bus draws attention to bus safety.
The accident on route 24 in Bedford County killed one teenager and injured two others.
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(( Police say 16- year- old Christy Hawkins was headed west on Route 24 yesterday morning, when she rounded a curve and came up on a school bus that had stopped to pick up a passenger.
Hawkins was unable to stop or swerve in time and collided with the rear of the bus.
Her front seat passenger, 16- year- old Tracy Gwynn Arthur, was killed instantly.
Hawkins and her brother Robbie suffered minor injuries.
Norman Culbreth has been a school bus driver in Bedford County for six years.
He says drivers are constantly ignoring the bus's stop sign and flashing red lights.
And he adds tailgating is also a problem.
Culbreth also runs Alert Driver Training Of Vinton.
He says there's one tip he gives ALL his students.
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((NORMAN CULBRETH/ALERT DRIVER TRAINER: IF YOU'RE INTO A CURVE AND YOU CAN'T SEE VERY FAR YOU NEED TO BE SLOWING DOWN. YOU'RE FUTURE IN A MOVING VEHICLE IS ONLY AS FAR AS YOU CAN SE. SO IF YOU CAN'T SEE AROUND THE CURVE YOU NEED TO BE AWARE THAT YOU NEED TO BE SLOWING DOWN AND BE CAUTIOUS.))
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ANCHOR=Ron
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Culbreth also says on numerous occasions bus drivers report drivers who don't stop for buses.
The complaints are then turned over to the police.

Brzonkala


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-a; edit 96-50
GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech


Virginia Tech will be investigated by the U-S Department of Education over allegations that the school has UNDERreported campus crime statistics... on purpose.
The allegations have been made by the lawyer representing Christy Brzonkala.
Tech spokesman Larry Hincker calls the allegations "false and intentionally misleading."
SS=Brzonkala, Christy


Meanwhile, Brzonkala has appealed a judge's ruling that rape victims cannot sue their attackers in federal court.
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SUPER=@File;


The former Tech Student contends two Virginia Tech football players raped her in 19-94.
A U-S district judge ruled in July that Congress exceeded its constitutional authority by passing the 19-94 Violence Against Women Act.
The appeal to the Fourth U-S Circuit Court of Appeals was filed yesterday.
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Anorexia2


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-70
GRAPHIC=Anorexia

TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG
Yesterday we introduced you to Mikhaela (mic-kay-la) Payden-Travers.
She's recovering from anorexia.
People with anorexia starve themselves to achieve the perfect body.
In part two of our weekend series, Denise Allen tells us family dynamics also play a major role in eating disorders.
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(( Mikhaela Payden-Travers says she thought being skinny would help her live up to her sister's accomplishments.
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((MIKHAELA PAYDEN-TRAVERS/ANOREXIA PATIENT: EVERYONE WAS LIKE TAMARA IS SO PRETTY, TAMARA IS SO SMART. TAMARA IS A VALEDICTORIAN AND I WAS LIKE I WANTED TO BE AS GOOD AS SHE WAS.))
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((HAL GILLESPIE/PSYCHIATRIST: MANY TIMES THEY'RE SEEKING AN INNER GOAL OF PERFECTION. IF I COULD LOSE ONE MORE POUND I WOULD BE ALL RIGHT. I WOULD BE ACCEPTABLE.))
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Control is also an issue.
Many times the patient feels that the only thing they can control in life is how much food they eat.
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((MIKHAELA PAYDEN-TRAVERS/ANOREXIA PATIENT: YOU DIDN'T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS AT ALL BECAUSE ALL YOU HAD TO THINK ABOUT IS WHAT YOU WERE GOING TO EAT THAT DAY. OR REALLY WHAT YOU WEREN'T GOING TO EAT THAT DAY.))
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Mikhaela says she decided to start losing weight on her 13th birthday.
She was 5'6", 115 pounds.
Mikhaela dropped 20 pounds during the next several months and her parents were wondering what was wrong.
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IN Q=our older daughter

((CHRIS PAYDEN-TRAVERS/MIKHAELA'S MOM: OUR OLDER DAUGHTER HAD GONE SHOPPING WITH HER ONE DAY AND CAME BACK AND SAID, "MOM AND DAD SOMETHING IS WRONG I HAVE BEEN TRYING ON CLOTHES WITH MY SISTER AND SHE IS SKIN AND BONES."))
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stand up
Mikhaela's parents started reading articles on eating disorders and came to the conclusion their daughter had anorexia.
As with many people with eating disorders, out-patient therapy did not work.
Tomorrow in the third part of our series we'll talk about treatment options.
And Mikhaela will tell us how she turned her life around
Denise Allen News 7.))
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=On Record


Tomorrow morning at 11 Denise Allen will host a special On Record about anorexia.

Pope


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-d
GRAPHIC=Pope John Paul


The Vatican announced today that Pope John Paul II will undergo an appenDECtomy before the year is out.
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SUPER=@File;


Officials say the pontiff has an inflamed appendix, which is responsible for the fever and intestinal problems he's had in recent months.
Doctors haven't announced the date for the surgery, but the 76-year-old Pope is going ahead with a planned trip to France next week.
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Yeltsin


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net-e
GRAPHIC=None
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Moscow, Russia;


Boris Yeltsin is in the Kremlin hospital for what a spokesman says are "routine" tests connected to upcoming heart bypass surgery.
The spokesman says there was no "sudden rush to the hospital," and insists there is nothing unusal about the visit.
The Kremlin's top physician said a date for surgery for the 65-year-old Russian president would be set after he meets with a doctor later this month.
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Soft Music Under
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=none


Still to come on the newscast,
Green eggs and spam are on the menu up next.
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And,
Country Mega- star Garth Brooks has plenty of friends in Southwestern Virginia places--
He's bringing his show back to Roanoke after a four year absence.
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Brooks


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-73
GRAPHIC=None


Four years ago he sold out one show in Roanoke.
This year, you may get to see Garth Brooks twice!
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SUPER=@File;


Brooks will be performing November 7th at the Roanoke Civic Center.
Tickets go on sale next Saturday.
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IN Q=We are using

((CHRISTINE POWELL/ROANOKE CIVIC CENTER: WE ARE USING A LOTTERY SYSTEM. WE'LL GIVE OUT WRISTBANDS, STARTING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 AT 7. IT'LL GO FROM 7 TO 7 WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AS WELL AS SATURDAY MORNING.))
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Wristbands will be given out at the Civic Center and Ticketmaster outlets.
Wristband holders must return to those places to purchase tickets.
The last concert sold-out in less than four hours.
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SOT 2:58:10
IN Q=He puts one

((CHRISTINE POWELL/ROANOKE CIVIC CENTER: HE PUTS ONE DATE TO SELL BASED ON THE DEMAND THAT DAY BASED ON THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN LINE AND PEOPLE CALLING ON THE PHONE THEY MAKE THEIR DECISION WHETHER OR NOT THEY'LL DO ANOTHER SHOW. THE POSSIBILITY IS VERY GOOD THAT IT COULD BE MORE THAN ONE SHOW.))
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/August 22, 1992;


There are a number of changes since '92.
Fans making purchases at the Civic Center and Ticketmaster outlets are required to pay by cash.
And fans won't be able to pick their own seat.
A computer system will be used to determine the best available seats.
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S-Salem


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-20
GRAPHIC=FFE Logo


Over in Salem tonight, The Spartans and Pulaski County Cougars renewed their rivalry.
And when it was over Salem beat the Cougars 27 to 14.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Spartans vs Cougars; :


The usually large crowd out to see the Spartans and Cougars knock heads.
After a Cougar fumble at the three Salem's Matt Anderson takes it for the touchdown and a 7 to nothing Spartan lead.
Pulaski's Craig Hodge had two long runs in the first half of the game. He returned a kickoff for a score and this time he takes the handoff and goes 98 yards for the touchdown the Cougars led the game 14 to 7.
But Salem came right back going to the air. J.J. Beckwith throws over the middle the pass is tipped into the hands of Ricky Eubanks who scores the touchdown to tie it at 14 to 14.
Salem scored 13 points in the SUPER=36-Salem/27/Pulaski Co./14;second

half this 5 yard run by Chris Stuart in the third quarter and the Spartans beat Pulaski County 27 to 14.
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=hold Logo


Other winners tonight were Roanoke Catholic and Rustburg.

S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#TF96-1
GRAPHIC=Tech Logo


Virginia Tech scored on its first three possessions today and the 19-th ranked Hokies routed Boston College 45 to 7.
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SUPER=03-Amherst, MA/ESPN; :


Tech got on the board in the first quarter. Jim Druckenmiller hooks up with Bryan Jennings on the 7 yard touchdown strike 7 to nothing Hokies.
The Tech defense made a big play. Tion Carpenter blocks this Boston College punt and the Hokies take over with good field position at the 35.
Several plays later Shyrone Stith goes up the middle for the 9 yard touchdown run and the Hokies took the 14 to nothing lead.
The Eagles game back Matt Hasselback hits Todd Pollack on the 9 yard touchdown pass to make the score 14 to 7 Tech.
Tech answered the call in the second quarter Brian Edmunds takes the handoff and he scores from 21 yards out and the Hokies led 21 to 7 at the half.
The Hokies scored 24 points in the SUPER=36-Virginia Tech/45/Boston

College/7/;second half to get their first win in the Big East 45 to 7 over Boston College.
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#VF96-1
GRAPHIC=UVA Logo


Tiki Barber rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns as the Virginia Cavaliers opened their A-C-C schedule with a 21 to 3 win over Maryland.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Cavaliers vs Terps; :


The Cavalier defense was responsible for the only score in the first half Tony Dingle intercepts this pass and returns it 10 yards for the score 7 to nothing Virginia at the half.
After a Virginia turnover Maryland's Joe O'Donnell booted this 45 yard field goal with six minutes left in the third and the Terps trailed 7 to 3.
The Defense came through again for the Cavaliers. Late in the fourth quarter Ronde Barber picks off this Maryland pass giving U-V-A the ball at the 19 yard line.
Several plays later Tiki takes the SUPER=36-Virginia/21/Maryland/3/;

handoff from Sherman and explodes into the end zone from 6 yards out the first of his two touchdowns and the Cavaliers beat the Terps 21 to 3.
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((TIKI BARBER/123 YARDS 2 TOUCHDOWNS: ))
SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/123 Yards 2 Touchdowns; :
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OUT Q=.....TOUCHDOWNS LATE."
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold Logo


Virginia goes to 2 and 0 overall and 1 and 0 in the A-C-C.

S-Ferrum


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-1
GRAPHIC=Ferrum Logo


The Ferrum Panthers are off to an 0 and 2 start after losing to Clinch Valley this afternoon at Adams Stadium.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Ferrum/Panthers vs Cavaliers; :


The Panthers were hoping to give the home crowd something to cheer about.
But Clinch Valley was ready to spoil the party. Jay Withrow kicks this 30 yard field goal early in the first quarter for the early 3 to nothing lead.
The Cavaliers scored again before the half Ralph carter takes the handoff and leaps into the end zone for the one yard touchdown to make it 10 to nothing.
Then early in the fourth quarter the Panther offense would get hot. Brith Osinkosky hits former William Fleming standout Mike Souma who makes the great fingertip catch for a 25 yard gain to set up a score.
Several plays later Osinkosky hits SUPER=36-Clinch

Valley/17/Ferrum/14/;Souma again this time for the 17 yard Touchdown to make it 10 to 7 and but Clinch Valley wins it 17 to 14.
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S-Liberty


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-2
GRAPHIC=Liberty Logo


Liberty University picked up its first win this afternoon beating Delaware State 27 to 7.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Flames vs Hornets; :


A beautiful fall day as the Flames came into Williams Stadium.
Liberty gets on the board first as Lawrence Worthington goes up and over from the two yard line to make it 7 to nothing Flames.
In the second quarter it was Worthington again over the top and around the defense for another Liberty score and the Flames led 13 to nothing.
After a Delaware State field goal SUPER=36-Liberty/27/Delaware

State/7/;Liberty deep in its own Territory hikes the ball over Brannan Duncan's head for the first of two safeties in the first half Liberty led 13 to 7 at the half and Liberty wins it 27 to 7.
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S-College


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-15
GRAPHIC=College Football


The Indians of William and Mary beat V-M-I Michigan upsets fifth ranked Colorado.
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SUPER=03-South Bend, IN/NBC SPORTS; :


And in South Bend Allen Rossum scores on this 99 yard kick off return to lead the fighting Irish of Notre Dame to a win over Purdue.
For that and all of the scores lets go to the boards.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, Mark McGwire joins an elite group of Major League home run hitters.
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And we'll have that plus highlights and scores from the major league ball parks after this break.
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S-MLB


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-21
GRAPHIC=Braves/Mets


New Yorks Todd Hundley set a major league record for homers by a catcher this afternoon as the Mets beat the Braves 6 to 5 in 12.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX SPORTS; :


The Braves got on the board in the first inning. Lance Johnson misses the fly ball allowing Terry Pendleton and Fred McGriff to score and the Braves took the 2 to nothing lead.
Then in the third, McGriff comes through with this single scoring a runner and the Braves were leading the game by a score of 5 to nothing.
But Hundley hits one for the SUPER=35-New York/6/Atlanta/5/;record books

this three run shot over the left field wall his 41-st and the Mets go on to win the game 6 to 5 in 12 innings.
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S-Yankees


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-16
GRAPHIC=Yankees/Blue Jays


The New York Yankees protected their lead in the American League East with a 3 to 1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Toronto, Canada/FOX SPORTS; :


The Yankees forced a tie in the top of the 8-th. Paul O'Neill hits a shot in the gap of right center field scoring a runner and the game was tied 1 to 1.
But the big hit came off the bat of Cecil Fielder. He hits a line drive
SUPER=35-New York/3/Toronto/1/;off the wall in left field scoring a run the

Yankees led it 2 to 1 and New York goes on to win it 3 to 1.
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-18
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/FOX SPORTS; :


In Cleveland, Mark McGwire hit his 50-th homer of the season this two run shot over the right field fence but it was not enough as the Indians beat the A's this afternoon.
For all of the scores lets check the boards.
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wipe to boards
SUPER=#556;
SUPER=X5010;
SUPER=0091-j/Seattle/5//Minnesota/3/10//j/Chicago/13//Boston/5///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0091-/Oakland/2/j/Cleveland/9///j/New York/3//Toronto/1///;
SUPER=X5009
SUPER=0091-/California/5/j/Kansas City/8////Baltimore/7//Detroit/6/8//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0091-/Milwaukee/7//Texas/1/6//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-/Atlanta/5/j/New York/6/12///Houston/3/j/Colorado/7///;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0092-j/Philadelphia/6//Chicago/2///j/Pittsburgh/7//San

Francisco/5/12//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-/Cincinnati/2/j/San Diego/3/12///Florida/2/j/Montreal/3///;
SUPER=X5009
SUPER=0092-/St. Louis/0//Los Angeles/1/3//;
RUNS=:40
OUT Q=...LAST SCORE
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Spam


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE# net-f
GRAPHIC=None


Well, folks if your a Spam-a-maniac you'll like this next story.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Dallas, TX;


Creative chefs in Dallas were up to the challenge in this year's Spam-o-rama...
Those who took part were in Spam heaven.
Cooks sliced and diced the canned, prepared meat into a variety of dishes... they even paid homage to shock jock Howard Stern and called him Howard Spam. (----------------) One could also tickle one's palate with Spam and grapes.