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NOON-HEADLINES

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Governor George Allen praises Republican Presidential Candidate Bob Dole for his performance in last night's presidential debate.
Both Dole and President Bill Clinton are claiming victory.
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and the Supreme Court has refused to give the Unabomber suspect a new shot at arguing that the government has made it impossible for him to get a fair trial.
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ANCHOR=Beth
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Don't go away, News 7 at Noon is next.

Debate


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#net
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President Bill Clinton and Republican challenger Bob Dole are putting their own spins on how they played to the public in last night's presidential debate.
Sandra Hughes has the story.
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Allen-React


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#net
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Governor George Allen praised Bob Dole's performance last night.
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He said Dole clearly and effectively championed common-sense conservative principles.
But he said President Clinton (quote) "desperately defended his failed liberal crusade for ever bigger government and less freedom for the American people."
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React


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-72
GRAPHIC=Campaign 96


Local politicians watched last night's debate with interest.
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Congressman Bob Goodlatte was among them.
He sticks by Dole's 550 BILLION- dollar tax cut plan, saying it was time to put more money in the pockets of everyday working Americans.
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((BOB GOODLATTE: PUT MORE TRUST IN THE PEOPLE AND TO RETURN POWER FROM D.C. BACK TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND TO FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS. GIVE THEM AND TAX BREAK AND GIVE THEM BACK SOME OF THEIR HARD EARNED MONEY BECAUSE THEY KNOW HOW TO SPEND IT FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR FAMILIES.))
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Jeff Grey was also in Roanoke last night.
The Democratic challenger for the sixth district says Dole's economic plan won't work.
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((JEFF GREY/-D- CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS: HE'S BEEN BOASTING ABOUT A 15 PERCENT TAX CUT FOR ALL FOLKS WHICH I THINK PEOPLE BELIEVE ARE UN-REALIST WITHOUT CUTTING PROGRAMS US, THE TAXPAYERS PAY FOR AND SERVICE OUT OF. ))
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Clinton said Dole's tax cut would either make the deficit explode or require unacceptable cuts in Medicare and education.
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Registration-Deadline


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-75
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If you plan to vote in this year's election you may want to check to be sure you're eligible.
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You have until 5 p-m today to register.
The locations for voter registrar offices are listed in the government section of your phone book.
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Web


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=bmy
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Last night's debate was LIVE on the World Wide Web. It was the first time a debate like this was carried live on the internet.
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People around the world accessed the debate coverage on the CBS News Campaign '96 website. CBS News Correspondent Paula Zahn anchored the cyberspace coverage.
The program featured a pre-debate show followed by uninterrupted live audio coverage of the 90-minute debate. Post-debate analysis and review with high profile political guests wrapped up the cyberspace program.
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Spending


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
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The airwaves have been filled with campaign ads this year.
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Democrat Mark Warner has set a new Virginia spending record on broadcast ads in a Senate campaign.
Since June, he has spent about five- point- two million dollars.
The Washington Post says Warner passed the previous mark -- four million dollars -- set in 19-94 by Oliver North.
The campaign finance reports won't be filed until later this month. But Warner aides confirmed the figure.
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Unabomber


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#net
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Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski has lost a bid to be freed from prosecution.
The Supreme Court today refused to give Kaczynski a new shot at arguing the government has made it impossible for him to get a fair trial. He claims news leaks have poisoned public opinion AGAINST him.
The action upholds a federal judge's ruling in April that said there is NO evidence the government intended to prejudice the public against Kaczynski.
Kaczynski is charged in eight of the 16 bombings linked to the Unabomber. He could face the death penalty if convicted.

ARAFAT


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#net
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Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are scheduled to reconvene today for the second day of the latest round of peace talks.
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Secretary of State Warren Christopher has been keeping the pressure on the negotiators to come up with concrete agreements.
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((SECRETARY OF STATE WARREN CHRISTOPHER: I THINK WE ALSO HAVE AN ACUTE SENSE OF THE SHORTNESS OF TIME AND THE DESIRE THAT WE MAKE PROGRESS AS RAPIDLY AS POSSIBLE. ))
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The risk of new bloodshed is what led Israeli, Palestinian and U-S officials to a military compound on the edge of the Gaza Strip last night. These talks are the result of last week's emergency summit in Washington. A troop pullback on the West Bank is overdue. The Israelis say the pullback agreement has to be changed, to give soldiers and Jewish settlers in the city of Hebron more security. The Palestinians worry Israel is looking for reasons not to pull back at all.
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Coming up next,
The man accused of making threatening phone calls to young girls in Roanoke enters a plea.
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And, Bedford county is bridging the gap between rec-league and High school football.
We've got the story when we come back.
But first, let's check in with Patrick in the weathercenter.
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Obremski


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=eea
TAPE# 96-70
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Michael Obremski now faces another 45 years in prison for making threatening, obscene phone calls to young girls in Roanoke.
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This morning, he pleaded guilty to 6 counts of threatening to abduct and molest young girls over the telephone.
Obremski got their names from the newspaper. Investigators testified they found a list of 450 names when they searched his apartment.
The commonwealth's attorney says she considers this a violent crime, and will ask for substantial prison time.
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((BETTY JO ANTHONY, DEPUTY COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY; WE FEEL THAT IT'S WARRANTED IN THIS CASE. THE LIVES OF THESE LITTLE GIRLS, SOMETIMES AS YOUNG AS 9 YEARS OLD, WERE VERY ADVERSLY AFFECTED, IT'S A VIOLENT CRIME IN TERMS OF INTERFERING WITH THEIR LIVES.))
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Obremski will be sentenced in November.
He's already been sentenced to 15 years in prison for similar charges in Roanoke County and he faces indictments in Botetourt County.

B-Team


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=dal
TAPE# 96-81
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Everyone is winning with a new athletic program in Bedford County.
Officials say the "B-Team Program" will benefit students and school athletic programs.
Denise Allen explains.
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((The B-Team is for football players like Lacy Burnette.
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((JAN BURNETTE/PARENT: HE JUST TURNED 13 AND HE'S 200 POUNDS SO THERE'S NO WAY HE COULD PLAY REC-SPORTS. SO WE'RE HAPPY TO HAVE THIS PROGRAM AND IT'S A GOOD BUILDING PROGRAM FOR STAUNTON RIVER TOO.))
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This is the first year for the B-Team program.
But the county rec department and high school athletic departments have been studying the idea for several years.
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((ANDY DOOLEY/BEDFORD CO. RECREATION DEPT.: WE'D HAD SOME REQUESTS TO EVEN DROP OUR WEIGHT LIMITS AND JUST PLAY STRICTLY AGE. WE WERE CONCERNED ABOUT THAT BECAUSE OF THE SAFETY.))
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((RONNIE TURNER/STAUNTON RIVER ATHLETIC DIR.: WE WOULD NORMALLY LOSE A LOT OF EIGHTH GRADE KIDS WHO WOULD NOT STICK IT OUT FOR J-V. THESE KIDS NOW WILL GET THE OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY ON THE B-TEAM. ALSO THE SEVENTH GRADERS WHO ARE TOO BIG TO PLAY REC-BALL WILL NOW BE ALLOWED TO PLAY.))
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Since this program is run through the rec department and not the Virginia High School League younger players are eligible for the team.
This has filled a void for 12 and 13 year old athletes.
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((JAN BURNETTE/PARENT: HE'S ABLE TO PLAY ALL THE TIME ON THIS TEAM. WHERE AS IF HE WERE ON J-V HE WOULD PROBABLY BE IN SOME BUT NOT ALL THE PLAYS.))
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The schools provide the coaches and the rec department supplies the equipment.
They say together they're creating an opportunity for players like Lacy Burnette to become better athletes.
Denise Allen News 7. ))

City-Schools


ANCHOR=beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-73
GRAPHIC=education


Roanoke city school officials are trying to CUT down on the number of students CUTTING class.
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They've been awarded a 385- thousand dollar grant for a project called "Reduce Truancy Now."
Administrators say there is a serious problem with students skipping classes.
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((WAYNE HARRIS/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT: IT WILL ALLOW US TO HIRE ADDITIONAL STAFF WHO WILL WORK ELEVEN DIFFERENT ELEMENTARY AND FIVE MIDDLES SCHOOLS, TO WORK DIRECTLY WITH STUDENTS AND WORK IN THE HOME WITH PARENTS AND GUARDIANS... TO IMPRESS UPON THEM THE NEED THAT THEIR CHILD NEEDS TO BE IN SCHOOL. ))
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The money comes from the Safe and Drug- Free Schools and Communities Federal Activities Program.
Only 28 districts in the nation received similar assistance.


Common-Sense


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TAPE#Common Sense
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IN today's common sense,
Len Besthoff explains how the self employed can reduce costs in the latest installment of Common Sense.
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((Being your own boss has a certain allure to it. But finding affordable health insurance in that kind of situation can prove difficult. In this week's Edition of Common Sense, we discuss how Uncle Sam is trying to help small business people out.))
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((BEN HARTMAN/STOCKBROKER-EDWARD D. JONES: THE SELF EMPLOYED HEALTH INSURANCE DEDUCTION CURRENTLY FOR FOLKS IS 30 PERCENT. A SELF EMPLOYED PERSON CAN DEDUCT UP TO 30 PERCENT OF THEIR HEALTH INSURANCE COSTS. AND PRESIDENT CLINTON WITH THE BILL HE SIGNED INTO ACT ON AUGUST 20TH, IS EXPANDING THAT DEDUCTIBILITY TO BE PHASED IN UP THROUGH YEAR 2006, LEN TO A MAXIMUM OF 80 PERCENT DEDUCTIBILITY FOR THESE SELF EMPLOYED HEALTH INSURANCE COSTS. IT'S A GREAT BENEFIT FOR SELF EMPLOYED FOLKS.))
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Still to come on the newscast,
Planning for the Roanoke Valley's first Greenway is kicking into high gear.
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VO-NAT


And,
A local musuem focused on the American Frontier attracts national attention.
Stay with us.
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Hanging-Rock


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-85
GRAPHIC=None


Within the next few weeks, Roanoke County Supervisors and Salem City Council will be looking over plans for the valley's first greenway.
Meanwhile, residents of one neighborhood are wondering how their lives will be affected.
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VO-NAT
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Last week, architects unveiled detailed drawings of the Hanging Rock Battlefield Trail.
The first phase of the greenway will follow an old rail bed, running near homes and private property.
And some residents say they're worried about the extra traffic the trail will bring.
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((BARRY FRANCISCO/ROANOKE CO. RESIDENT: A TRAIL SHOULD BE IN THE WOODS. IN THE COUNTRY. TO ME THIS IS LIKE A BACKYARD. ))
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Members of the foundation pushing the project acknowledge neighborhood concerns.
But they are soliciting residents' ideas and say they hope the final plan will relieve many of their fears.
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((DAVE ROBBINS/TRAIL FOUNDATION PRESIDENT: NOTHING'S IN STONE. A LOT OF THIS IS COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND THEY CAN BE CHANGED JUST THAT QUICKLY. SO WE WANT CITIZEN INPUT. IF IT CAN BE IMPROVED, I'M SURE SOME CITIZENS WILL HAVE SOME CONCERNS, BUT HOPEFULLY WE CAN ALLAY THEIR FEARS AND WORK FOR A WIN- WIN BOTH FOR THE COUNTY, THE CITY OF SALEM, THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY, AND THE RESIDENTS ALONG THE TRAIL.))
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More than 500 - thousand dollars of federal funds are earmarked for the project.
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Frontier-Museum


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-71
GRAPHIC=None


Life on the American Frontier is not a mystery, but new information on the way it used to be is uncovered every day.
Recreating the way the frontier was won is the mission of the Museum of American Frontier Culture.
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And this weekend historians from all over the country shared their research at the Staunton living history museum.
The symposiums like this one on the "Southern Colonial Backcountry" provide the information interpreter use in the living history exhibits.
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((JOE GRANDSTAFF/MUSEUM OF AMERICAN CULTURE: WE'RE GOING BACK SEVERAL HUNDRED YEARS AND SOMETIMES THERE MIGHT BE A PIECE OF INFORMATION THAT LED YOU TO BELIEVE THIS WAS TRUE WHEN IN FACT THE DIRECT OPPOSITE WAS OR HAD BEEN MORE THE NORM. AND SO THEREFORE THAT'S WHY THE LECTURES AND SYMPOSIUMS ARE VERY IMPORTANT TO AN INSTITUTION LIKE OURS.))
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The museum is made up of 18th and 19th century European and American farms.
Two of the farms were imported from Germany and Ireland, then assembled at the Staunton site.
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Josephine


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=tropical storm


The National Hurricane Center has issued hurricane warnings for Florida's northeast Gulf coast, from Apalachicola to Anclote Key.
Tropical Storm "Josephine" is now just below hurricane strength with maximum winds very close to 70 miles-per-hour.
It's expected to grow into a hurricane later today.
Forcasters expect Josephine to make landfall in the Florida Big Bend area within the next 24 hours. WEATHER
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Best


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=business news


Best Products is closing dozens of stores across the country, mostly out West.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Richmond-based chain says its store in Roanoke will remain open.
Best is shutting down 81 stores in Texas, Colorado, California and Washington State.
Some 45-hundred workers are affected.
Best filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month.
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE# none
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The Dow Jones industrial average broke the six-thousand mark this morning, but quickly pulled back as investors secured some profits on Friday's big rally.
At Noon, the Dow was DOWN 11 points.
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Up next in sports--
The worst that COULD happen DID happen to Jeff Gordon.
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And,
the PGA's newest superstar wins his first tournament.
Highlights of Tiger Woods' first win when we come back.
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Panthers


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-1
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The Carolina Panthers lost their second in a row yesterday-- as Minnesota

pulls out a 14 to 12 win.
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Warren Moon did not look like a quarterback playing with two sore ankles. On this play he rolls out and hooks up with Cris Carter on the 6 yard touchdown pass to make it 7 to nothing Vikings.
Then in the third. Moon goes to the air again and he finds Carter in the end zone on the three yard touchdown pass and the Vikings took the 14 to nothing lead.
The Panthers got on the board in SUPER=30-Minnesota/14/Carolina/12/;the

third. Anthony Johnson scores up the middle from the four but the Vikings hold off the Panthers 14 to 12.
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Race


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#net (edit of R-34)
GRAPHIC=Charlotte Logo


Terry Labonte won his second race of the season and he tightened the points race with his teammate Jeff Gordon.
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SUPER=03-Concord, NC/WTBS; :


Jeff Gordon was running fourth, but had to take his car to the pits.
There was an ugly crash on lap 210. Ernie Irvan gets lose coming off of turn 2 he backs into the wall and then slides down the track and gets hit on the outside spinning him around at the bottom of the track where he is hit again by John Andretti. Irvan was taken to the hospital for observation and Andretti and Robbie Gordan walked away from the crash.
Labonte moved to the front and he would cruise to the finish line, moving to within one point of Gordon in points.
Mark Martin was second followed by Dale Jarrett, Sterling Marlin and Ricky Craven. Ward Burton finished seventh.
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Golf


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-17
GRAPHIC=PGA Logo


Tiger Woods is the youngest player to win on the P-G-A tour since Phil Mickelson won as a 20 year old amateur.
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SUPER=03-Las Vegas, NV/ESPN; :


The 20-year old, playing in just his fifth pro event, fired a final round 8 under par 64. Then he parred the first hole of a playoff with Davis Love the third to win the Las Vegas Invitational, his first career win.
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((TIGER WOODS/LAS VEGAS INVITATIONAL WINNER: ))
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The win gives Woods a two year exemption of regular P-G-A events. It also qualifies him for the Tournament of Champions and all major events in 1997. WRAP
There are reports of two explosions near the British army's Northern Ireland headquarters.
20 people are reported injured.

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WRITER=lba
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