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Coming up on News 7-
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It's Warner Versus Warner- in a debate. The two senate candidates go head to head tonight.
A verdict in the case of the man accused of killing a former L-A Raiders Cheerleader.
Plus more cases of Legionairres disease are confirmed in the NRV.
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And your chilly weekend forecast. News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
Two more confirmed cases of Legionaires disease in the New River Valley-
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That brings the total number to 15.
Health officials say they're starting to get a better idea of how some of the patients picked up the bacteria.
But officials are not elaborating.
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It's Warner versus warner in Virginia Beach tonight. The two candidates are debating. We'll have highlights.
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Plus the latest Christmas stamp at the post office came from an art colletion right here in Virginia.
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Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

Senate-Race


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TAPE# 96-85
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The final U-S Senate debate started tonight with accusations of racial slurs and ended with threats of re-segregating Virginia.
John and Mark Warner spent this last weekend before the election in Virginia Beach at a debate sponsored by the N-Double-A-C-P.
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The first question of the evening, immediately put John Warner on the defensive.
Virginia N-double-A-C-P president Paul Gillis accused two of the senator's staff members of using a racial slur in reference to the debate.
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The remainder of the debate focused on issues such as health care and affirmative action.
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The candidates will be in this area tomorrow-- Mark Warner's scheduled for a stop in Christiansburg, while John Warner will visit Danville.
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Norfolk-Southern


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There's more legal wrangling in the bidding war for Conrail.
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Norfolk Southern today asked a judge to block a provision in the merger deal agreed upon by C-S-X and Conrail that would make it difficult for any other offers to be heard.
N-S put in a competing bid for Conrail last week.
It tops a previous offer by C-S-X by more than a BILLION dollars.
A Conrail merger with Norfolk Southern or C-S-X would create the nation's third- largest railroad.
The court will hear Norfolk Southern request on Monday.
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Legionnaires


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TAPE#96-81
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Two more confirmed cases brings the number of Legionnaires patients in the New River Valley to 15.
But there IS progress in the investigation to find the cause of the outbreak.
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SUPER=03-Radford;


After extensive interviews with the Legionnaires patients, the New River Health District Director says officials have some ideas of how the patients MAY have picked up the Legionella bacteria.
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DIST. DIR.: WE CERTAINLY HAVE SOME THEORIES OR BELIEF OR SUSPICION AFTER WE'VE DONE THESE IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS THAT THERE IS SOME LINKAGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SOURCE AS A CAUSE FOR THIS OUTBREAK. ))
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Still, Hershey emphasizes that if you see medical teams testing at various locations don't be alarmed.
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((JUST BECAUSE WE MAY BE IN A CERTAIN PLACE OF BUSINESS OR CERTAIN LOCATION DOING THIS DOESN'T NECESSARILY IMPLICATE THAT BUSINESS OR THAT SPECIFIC PLACE. ))
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Hershey says it appears all of the cases occurred up to two-and-a-half weeks ago.

Simpson


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A key witness took the stand in the O-J Simpson civil trial today.
But as Elizabeth Kaledin reports he only testified for a few minutes.
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((Detective Tom Lange took the stand for a second day. Lange was one of the original detectives on the criminal case under cross examination. Simpson's lawyer Robert Baker stuck to expected themes of sloppy police work and careless evidence collection. Baker wanted to know why detectives had not collected a small piece of paper found near Nicole Brown Simpson's head and why there was so little dirt on the cap and bloody glove found at the scene. Baker asked Lange if it ever occured to him that the items had been planted at the scene. Lange replied certainly not.
In the big suprise of the day, Detective Phillip Vannater was called to the stand and was there for little more than thirty minuites before being dismissed. It was expected that Vannater would be grilled under cross examination about blood evidence, but plaintiff's attorneys only asked Vannater a few quick questions and then let him go and Simpson's attorneys were unable to bring up evidence not introduced by the Plaintiffs.
ELIZABETH KALEDIN/CBS NEWS: IT WAS A VICTORY FOR THE PLAINTIFFS WHO OBVIOUSLY WANT TO LIMIT DETECTIVE VANNATER'S TESTIMONY ABOUT HOW HE HANDLED EVIDENCE. BUT DEFENSE ATTORNEYS NOW SAY THEY'LL CALL VANNATTER BACK AS A DEFENSE WITNESS. ELIZABETH KALEDIN, CBS NEWS, SANTA MONICA.))

Sobek


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The jury convicts a man of killing former Los Angeles Raiders cheerleader and model- Lisa Sobek.
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Charles Rathbun was found guilty of first degree murder and rape.
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Sobek's family burst into tears as the verdict was read.
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((NOW HE'S GONNA PAY FOR WHAT HE DID TO OUR BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER. I FEEL SORRY FOR HIS FAMILY THOUGH IT'S A SHAME.))
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Sobek disappeared in November of 1995 after she met Rathbun for a photo shoot-
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Nine days later Rathbun led police to a shallow grave he had dug for her in the Mountains outside of Los Angeles.
Rathbun will face mandatory life in prison.
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Still to come on the broadcast, one of the Valley's largest employers is asking its workers for ways to eliminate jobs,
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and aircraft giant Boeing tells airlines to check their planes for possibe deadly de-fects.
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737


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All Boeing 737's will undergo an emergency inspection.
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Boeing today sent an urgent bulletin to airlines- recommending that all Boeing 737's be taken to maintenance facilities for a one time rudder inspection within the next ten days-
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The recommendations come after testing revealed the plane's backup rudder control system can jam in extreme testing conditions.
Boeing says the jamming is highly unlikely, but issued a bulletin after looking at testing done by the NTSB.
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An investigation into possible rudder malfunction was prompted by two Boeing 737 crashes- on near Pittsburgh two years ago-
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and one five years ago in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Salem-Body


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Salem Police are looking for help in identifying a man found dead in a church in Salem yesterday.
The body was inside the Tabernacle Baptist Church on East Main Street. Police say the man had been dead about two days. him.
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He was white, between 25 and 30.
His height: about six feet.
He had brown hair and brown eyes.
He was wearing a black T-shirt, cloth shorts and black tennis shoes.
Anyone with information is asked to call Salem Police.
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GE


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Management at the G-E Drive Systems plant wants 11-hundred salaried employees to ask themselves if their jobs are really necessary.
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Without offering any incentives beyond normal retirement, the Company announced a "Voluntary Job Elimination Program."
In a letter to salaried employees dated one week ago, General Manager Russ Shade outlines the cost-saving measure "aimed at those employees who can suggest how to eliminate their job."
Applicants must sign a statement that says: "...I understand that my job will be eliminated, with any remaining work assigned to others and I will be removed from the payroll."
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Human Resource Manager Mike Allee says it would appeal to employees who are close to retirement or may have a job opportunity elsewhere and want to collect layoff benefits.

Weight-Conference


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If you're worried you're unhealthy just because you're overweight, take heart.
An exercise physiologist at UVA says that's just not the case.
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Doctor Glenn Gaesser (GAS-ur) is the author of the book "Big Fat Lies."
He says studies prove weight loss is no guarantee of good health.
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((DR. GLENN GAESSER/AUTHOR "BIG FAT LIES": IF YOU ARE EATING A GOOD DIET, THAT IS A LOT OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, WHOLE-GRAIN PRODUCTS AND SO FORTH, AND YOU'RE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE, YOU'RE LIKELY GONNA BE HEALTHIER THAN SOMEONE WHO IS THIN BUT EATS A LOUSY DIET AND DOESN'T DO A LICK OF EXERCISE. ))
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Gaesser says the hard part is changing cultural myths and mindsets that fat is automatically unhealthy.
Gaesser is one of a number of health professionals attending a weight conference at Mountain Lake.
It's sponsored by the Association for the Health Enrichment of Large People.
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Coming up next on our newscast,
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we'll tell you how one school is using it lack of air conditioning as an educational tool. It's an idea that they hope will make a lot of sense.
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Food-Bank


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It may be a small school but collectively you can't measure it's heart.
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Craig County High School has less than 400 students.
Still, during the month of October, students managed to collect more than one ton of canned and boxed foods.
All of the goods will be donated to food banks in and around New Castle.
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((NICHOLE SPRAKER/CRAIG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: I FEEL LIKE IT WAS A GOOD CAUSE. WE'RE GOING TO GIVE IT BACK TO THE COMMUNITY TO PEOPLE WHO NEED IT OVER THE HOLIDAYS, WHO DON'T HAVE A LOT OF MONEY. I FEEL LIKE IT SHOWED EVERYBODY... AND MADE US WORK TOGETHER AS A TEAM. ))
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School officials hope to continue their good work.
They're planning a winter coat drive next month.
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Penny-Drive


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Students at one Pittsylvania County Middle School are learning a valuable lesson about money.
A penny drive is underway at Blairs Middle school for air conditioning at the cafeteria.
Teresa Hamilton reports on the unique fundraiser that doubles as a teaching tool.
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(( Unless you're trying to shed a few extra pounds, eating in a stuffy cafeteria without air conditioning, has an unwelcome affect on a student's appetite.
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((TELL ME WHAT IT'S LIKE HERE IN THE SUMMER? ASHLEY KING/BLAIRS MIDDLE SCHOOL:WELL IT'S VERY HOT, CROWDED AND EVERYTHING WITH A BUNCH OF PEOPLE IN HERE AND EVERYTHING.))
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The Blairs Middle School parent/teacher organization knew something had to done.
That's when a teacher came up with the idea for a penny drive.
Little did they know, the fundraiser would blossom into a teaching tool.
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(BARBARA WILSON/BLAIRS MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL:THEY WILL TALK ABOUT THE HISTORY

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The school needs to raise a minimum of 26- thousand dollars.
The penny drive is just getting off the ground but at least one lesson is working.
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((ASHLEY THOMASSON/BLAIRS MIDDLE SCHOOL:I'VE LEARNED THAT, THAT MONEY, CAN TAKE YOU A LONG WAYS IF YOU PUT IT TOWARD GOOD THINGS AND THAT SOMETIMES MONEY DOESN'T ALWAYS HAVE TO BE FOR MATERIAL THINGS. ))
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The school is trying to collect more pennies than Averett College. Students there are under consideration for a spot in the Guiness Book of World Records. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))
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Coming up next on our newscast, Roy Stanley will have tonight's key Friday Football match ups,
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and we'll tell you why this image of baby Jesus is giving the state a promotional boost this holiday season.
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S-PH


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TAPE#FB96-2
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Patrick Henry hit the road up Interstate 81 for a Roanoke Valley showdown with the Pulaski County Cougars.
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Pulaski County came out in the second half with a 14 to nothing cushion.
And the Patriots would turn it over James Hickenbotham fumbles this punt and Kwasi Scott recovers the ball at the Patrick Henry five yard line.
A couple of plays later Craig SUPER=36-Pulaski Co./28/Patrick

Henry/0/;Hodge takes it in from five yards out the Cougars led 21 to nothing and they win the R-V-D game 28 to nothing.
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S-Salem


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A Blue Ridge District game of equal importance in Christiansburg as the Blue Demons hosted the Salem Spartans.
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The Blue Demons were fired up for Senior night and put points on the board first.
But Ricky Eubanks and R,J. Beckwith hook for this 37 yard gain and the Spartans would get into the end zone several plays later and the Spartans never looked back.
Later in the second quater Salem SUPER=36-Salem/44/Christiansburg/3/;

continued their scoring ways as Brandon Poff squeezes into the end zone and the Spartans win it 44 to 3.
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S-Glenvar


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The Glenvar Highlanders were at home tonight Hosting Shawsville in a battle between Group A teams.
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The Shawsville coach gets his team fired up for the battle with Glenvar.
In the first quarter the Highlanders go for it on fourth and four quarterback Seth Noonkester will pitch out to Hunter Allen he goes around the end and scores from 8 yards out 7 to nothing Glenvar.
Then with two minutes left, The Highlanders are on their own 37
SUPER=36-Glenvar/35/Shawsville/7/; Noonkester pitches to Jim Scalera he finds

the hole and turns on the speed to score from 63 yards out Glenvar led 21 to nothing and the Highlanders win it 35 to 7.
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S-Scores


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A busy night coming up on Friday Football Extra.
And now here's a look at some of the scores from tonight's action.
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Catholic/2:00/Chatham/8/Tunstall/22/Radford/23/Floyd Co./20;
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Co./34/Salem/44/Christiansburg/3;
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Henry GS/35/Holston/0;
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SUPER=55-Appomattox/7/Rustburg/12/Bath

Co./28/Covington/46/Galax/6/Narrows/24;
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SUPER=55-G.W. Danville/58/Amherst Co./6/Parry McCluer/46/Craig Co./12/Wm.

Byrd/40/Rockbridge Co./19;
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SUPER=55-Lee/18/Lebanon/28/Glenvar/35/Shawsville/7/Rural Retreat/40/Grayson

Co./28;
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Vista/36/Fieldale-Coll./27;
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Forest/47/Liberty/6/Northside/20/Alleghany/13;
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Spring/No/Halifax Co./Rpt.;
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SUPER=55-Wm. Campbell/No/Altavista/Rpt./Gretna/No/Dan River/Rpt./Gate

City/No/Abingdon/Rpt.;
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Wythe/No/Northwood/Rpt.;
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, The Express was at the Roundhouse tonight the N-b-A season opened tonight.
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And Virginia Tech and Virginia talk about their football games tomorrow afternoon.
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S-NBA


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The Chicago Bulls were back on the hardwood tonight and opened their season with a 107 to 98 win over Boston.
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The Pistons unveiled a new logo tonight to open the season.
But Indiana's Antonio Davis hit the first two baskets of the game and the pacers led 4 to nothing.
Detroit comes right back. Grant Hill takes the ball to the hoop to score two of his six first quarter points.
Indiana's Dale Davis pulls up and hits the short jumper and the Pacers have a four point lead.
But watch former Hampton University SUPER=32-Detroit/95/Indiana/89/;star

Rick Mahorn hit the fall away jumper and Detroit wins the game 95 to 89.
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S-Express


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Over at the Roundhouse tonight, The Express and Charlotte Checkers went head to head in the East Coast Hockey League.
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Head coach Frank Anzalone checking it out before heading to the ice.
And once the Express got on the ice they went to work. Jeff Cowan scores just 23 seconds into the first quarter and Roanoke took a 1 to nothing lead.
The Express continued the first period rally. Jeff Loder gets the puck and makes a nice move to score and the Express led the checkers 2 to nothing.
Roanoke added another score in the second period. Jeff Jablonski gets the
SUPER=38-Roanoke/3/Charlotte/0/;puck and scores on the wrap-around for the

score to make it 3 to nothing and the Express wins it 3 to zip.
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S-Tech


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TAPE#TF96-1-
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The Virginia Tech defense should be at its best this weekend when the Hokies line up against the Ragin Cajuns of Southwestern Louisiana.
Cornell Brown returns after recovering from surgery and Tony Morrison will be back in the lineup after a one game suspension for breaking curfew.
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The Hokie defense can use the help against a Cajun team that likes to put the ball in the air with both short and long passes.
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Kickoff at Lane Stadium Worsham field is one oclock.

S-UVA


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TAPE#FB96-4
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The Virginia Cavaliers travel to Durham this weekend to take on Duke.
The Blue Devils have used a lot of young players this season and this week will be the same.
Former Patrick Henry star Chris Combs is starting his third straight game against the Cavaliers.
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((GEORGE WELSH/UVA HEAD COACH: )) ((TIKI BARBER/UVA RUNNING BACK: ))
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SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/UVa Running Back; :12
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The Cavaliers and Blue Devils tee it up at 1:30 in Durham.
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VMI returns after an open date to take on Western Carolina at Alumni field in Lexington at one oclock.
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Ferrum will hit the road for a game at Emory & Henry. Kickoff is 1:30.
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And W & L has a big ODAC game at one oclock on the road at Bridgewater.

ALMANAC


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Record highs and a big rainfall deficit. That was the October weather story. But November begins cold and wet. For more on the next 30 days, here's Patrick Evans will our monthly almanac.
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Christmas-Stamp


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The Old Dominion is getting a BILLION little promos this holiday season as new Christmas stamps went on sale today.
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Governor George Allen says they're like mini-advertisements for Virginia tourism.
After all, the stamps are adapted from a painting at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond.
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((HENRY PANKEY/U.S. POSTAL SERVICE: IT WOULD BE VERY BUSY IF WE TRIED TO PUT THE ENTIRE PICTURE ON THE STAMP AND WE THOUGHT WE CAUGHT THE PARTICULAR ESSENCE OF THAT PICTURE BY FOCUSING IN ON THE MADONNA AND CHILD. AND WE NORMALLY EVERY YEAR DO A MADONNA AND CHILD STAMP. LAST YEAR WE DID GIATTO'S STAMP. AND THAT WAS JUST OUTSTANDING ALSO. BUT THIS IS REALLY TRULY SIGNIFICANT FOR THE FOLKS OF VIRGINIA.))
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It's called "Adoration of the Shepherds" -- but the shepherds were cropped out.
That's not all.
The first draft of the stamp had airbrushed out part of the baby Jesus's (-------0---------) anatomy.