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ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:
If State Senators can't agree on who to appoint to the Supreme Court- -and it seems they can't- -it'll be up to the Governor.
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VO-NAT


And we'll examine the impact of a state law that'll require a pregnant teenager to tell her parents before getting an abortion.
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Sports-head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, a qualifying report from Rockingham with Roy Stanley and pole winner Mark Martin, plus - the President has tickets to see Rodman,
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VO-NAT eng#


And even Gomer Pyle's stay in the Marine Corp was long than Riddick Bowe's.
The former heavyweight champ quits the Corps after two weeks of boot camp.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


Rain followed by a strong west wind tomorrow signals a return to winter. That story and our WeatherSchool question just ahead.

XGR-Judgeships


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-101
GRAPHIC=Va Supreme Court


Deadlock.
A new justice for Virginia's highest court may be a bridge too far for the newly cooperative 20-20 Senate.
SS=Session 97


The appointment is one of the legislature's dying acts this year...and so far it's been a slow death.
Ellen Qualls has the latest.
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((SEN. TOMMY NORMENT/R-WILLIAMSBURG: BUT FOR DEADLINES AND EMERGENCIES, VERY LITTLE GETS DONE IN LIFE.))
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Very little is what got done.
In the House--
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM: I'M ATTEMPTING TO DETERMINE THE RULES. MAY I ASK-- HOUSE SPEAKER TOM MOSS/(D) NORFOLK: I DON'T SEE WHERE WE HAVE THE PROBLEM. IF AND WHEN WE GET TO THAT PROBLEM WE'LL DEAL WITH IT. I'D LIKE TO PROCEED WITH THE ELECTION OF THE JUDGES. IF THE GENTLEMAN WISHES TO CHALLENGE IN COURT LATER OR WHATEVER HE WANTS TO THAT'S FINE. BUT WE'RE GOING TO PROCEED NOW. DEL. GRIFFITH: THANK YOU MR. SPEAKER IF THAT'S THE APPROPRIATE REMEDY.))
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A threat of court action over the process from House Republicans -- who are in the minority.
So the House voted for Richmond Judge Margaret Spencer.
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((CLERK WILL CLOSE THE ROLL.))
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But Senate Republicans, are in effect, blocking what would be the first African American woman jurist on the high court.
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((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN: WE HAVE, BEING THE REPUBLICAN SIDE, HAVE SIMPLY ASKED FOR ONE THING THE WHOLE TIME. AND THAT IS NOT FOR A REPUBLICAN JUDGE, BUT JUST COME AND MEET WITH US. AND LET US MEET TOGETHER AND GET A GOOD SUPREME COURT JUDGE.))
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Senate Republicans like former Salem Delegate Steve Agee.
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: I BELIEVE I JUST READ THE CONSTITUTION TO THE SENATOR. IT SAYS VERY CLEARLY THAT THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SHALL CAST THE VOTE IN CASES OF EQUAL DIVISION IN THE SENATE.))
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But there was NO tie, because Republicans simply didn't vote on Margaret Spencer -- and the rules say 21 votes are needed.
Meanwhile, on the third floor...
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: TO ME IT'S JUST BEEN A WONDERFULLY EXHILIRATING AND SUCCESSFUL SESSION.))
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The man who will pick a justice if the Assembly can't says he doesn't want an activist.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: IF A JUDGE DOESN'T LIKE THE WAY A LAW IS WRITTEN, THEY CAN WRITE THE MOST SCATHING, HIDEOUS OPINION OF WHAT AN IGNORANT LAW IT IS. BUT-AND THE LAW OUGHT TO BE CHANGED-BUT THEY NEED TO APPLY THE LAW.))
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At times the wrangling process had a sense of humor.
But the makeup of the court of last resort in Virginia is NO laughing matter.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

US-Judge


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-2
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


While we're on the subject of judges, there's bound to be a lot of scrambling to fill the vacancy on U-S District Court.
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VO-NAT


Chief Federal Judge Jackson Kiser plans to take "senior status" this Spring, creating an opening on the bench.
Likely candidates for the job include:
Diane Strickland, currently a Roanoke City Circuit Judge.
Clifford Weckstein, another Roanoke city circuit judge.
And former State Attorney General Mary Sue Terry.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Legal Scales


In addition to being a Democrat who's paid her dues to the party, Terry is from Patrick County... a suitable geographical replacement for Kiser who lives in Danville.
Strickland and Weckstein are out of town, attending a Criminal Law Seminar and unavailable for comment.

Wythe-School


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-108
GRAPHIC=None


White students at George Wythe High School say the racial problems at their school are being blown out of proportion.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Wytheville;


Yesterday, a hate message against blacks was spray painted on the road leading up to George Wythe.
Before that... a group of white students was suspended for tying knots in their jacket drawstrings to resemble nooses.
Many members of the African- American Community were outraged.
While most whites admit there is a problem... they say it's not a big one.
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((PAUL MCDANIEL/GEORGE WYTHE STUDENT: IT'S NOT NEARLY AS SERIOUS AS SOME PEOPLE ARE MAKING IT OUT TO BE. I HEARD WE WERE IN THE WASHINGTON POST AND THE RICHMOND TIMES AND I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT. )) BUTT! BUTT! BUTT!
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SOT 5:43:22

((BRYAN QUESENBERRY/GEORGE WYTHE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: I REALLY DON'T THINK WE HAVE THAT MUCH OF A RACIAL PROBLEM UP HERE RIGHT NOW, BUT PEOPLE KEEP BLOWING IT OUT OF PROPORTION. ))
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SUPER=01-Bryan Quesenberry/George Wythe Student; :09
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OUT Q=of proportion
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VO-NAT


News- 7 has learned the noose incident was repeated at another Wythe County School.
According to officials at Scott Memorial Elementary, a white student was suspended for knotting his jacket drawstrings, the day after the group of George Wythe students was reprimanded.
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Abortion


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#96-109
GRAPHIC=Abortion


Deciding whether to have an abortion is a difficult decision at any age.
But now that parental notification will likely become law in Virginia, pregnant teens will no longer be able to make that decision on their own.
Kimberly McBroom reports the law will also affect young women from outside Virginia's borders.
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SUPER=01-David Nova/Planned Parenthood; 1:09
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OUT Q=McBroom, News 7


((This young woman was 17.
Her boyfriend was a college student.
They knew the risks of a sexual relationship.
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((WE HAD USED PROTECTION. IT WASN'T LIKE I WAS STUPID ABOUT SEX. I ALWAYS THOUGH I WAS A SMART PERSON, THEN I FIND OUT THAT I'M PREGNANT. ))
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STANDUP HERE
She says she didn't want her parents to know because she couldn't face their disappointment.
But parental notification is the law in her home state--so she had to cross the state line to have the procedure done.
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((I HAD TO TRAVEL A FEW HOURS AWAY-- WHAT WAS I GOING TO TELL MY PARENTS? HOW WAS I GOING TO GET THERE? ))
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But abortion opponents say parental notification will encourage needed communication between parents and children.
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SOT 10:02:42

((KATHY SHAW/VA SOCIETY FOR HUMAN LIFE: THEIR PARENTS NEED TO KNOW, SO THAT THEY CAN HELP THEM THROUGH NOT ONLY THIS EMOTIONAL CRISIS, BUT ALSO SOMETHING THAT'S GOING TO BE PHYSICALLY TAXING ON THEIR BODY.))
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Planned parenthood officials say pregnant teens from surrounding states have come to Virginia to avoid parental notification.
They're now worried that the further away teens have to travel to get abortions, the less likely they are to get follow- up care. END GRAPHIC
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SOT tape 2 10:41:39

((DAVID NOVA/PLANNED PARENTHOOD: ENCOURAGING MINORS TO TALK TO THEIR PARENTS BEFORE THEY HAVE AN ABORTION IS VERY IMPORTANT BUT MANDATING IT, MANDATING THAT FAMILY COMMUNICATION CAN BE DANGEROUS.))
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Planned Parenthood will likely challenge the legislation in court. Kimberly McBroom, News 7.))






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ANCHOR=Keith
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Still to come on News 7 at Six-- a new twist on the old boys network. Denise Allen concludes her series "Women at Work" with a look at mentoring.
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and do you think you know where the most dangerous intersections are in the Roanoke Valley? One group is out with its list of highway "hot spots".
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Barr-Labs


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-104
GRAPHIC=Session 97


Virginia lawmakers delved into the murky waters of generic drugs versus name- brand pharmaceuticals this year.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


For Lynchburg Senator Steve Newman -- it was less about medicine and more about jobs.
Newman helped get the House of Delegates to leave the decision up to the state Pharmacy Board.
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IN Q=The effect

((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R-LYNCHBURG: THE EFFECT OF THIS BILL WAS TO BE PURELY MONOPOLISTIC AND TO HURT A COMPANY THAT HAS JUST MOVED INTO LYNCHBURG. WE WERE ABLE TO GET THE AMENDMENT ON AND AS A RESULT OF THAT, I THINK CONSUMERS ARE GOING TO HAVE A LOWER PRICED DRUG, AND THE JOBS WILL BE SECURE IN BEDFORD COUNTY.))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford Co.


That company is Barr Labs, a 20 million dollar venture that means 120 jobs.
It will make a generic heart medicine that competes with Merck pharmaceuticals in the Shenandoah Valley.
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WOMEN-MENTORS


ANCHOR=KEITH
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#97-1
GRAPHIC=Women at Work


Men have been doing it for years and now successful business WOMEN say it's time they take a page out of the businessman's book.
They're talking about mentoring.
In the final installment of her series Women-At-Work, Denise Allen takes a look at some programs in place to help women along the career path.
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IN Q=Paul Katz
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
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SUPER=01-Gail Trussell/Cytology Supervisor; :23
SUPER=01-Cate Fosl/Hollins College History Lecturer; :45
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SUPER=01-Gailen Miles/Network For Professional Women; 1:18
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((Paula Katz isn't sure if she wants to be a medical doctor, but she's always been interested in biology research.
Now through a high school mentorship program this 17 year old is getting a first hand look at her possible future career.
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IN Q=

((PAULA KATZ/HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: I TOLD THEM TO EITHER GIVE ME BIOLOGY RESEARCH OR PATHOLOGY. I FOUND ONE I COULD DO BOTH IN SO IT'S REALLY BEEN A GOOD PLACEMENT FOR ME.))
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((GAIL TRUSSELL/CYTOLOGY SUPERVISOR: THIS WAY SHE'S AT LEAST EXPOSING HERSELF TO THE KIND OF ATMOSPHERE THAT SHE MIGHT SOMEDAY BE WORKING IN. IF SHE WANTS TO GO INTO RESEARCH.))
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OUT Q=GO INTO RESEARCH


Many business people who have made it to the top attribute their success to mentors.
Hollins College instructor Cate Fosl says such nurturing relationships help prepare young women for the challenges and competition of the business world.
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IN Q=ALSO IN TERMS

((CATE FOSL/HOLLINS COLLEGE HISTORY LECTURER: ALSO IN TERMS OF THE TEXT OF THE JOB, JUST HELPING WOMEN ALONG DIFFERENT STEPS ALONG THE WAY ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY'RE CHALLENGING SOCIETAL NOTIONS.))
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The Roanoke Network for Professional and Managerial Women is all about for women sharing their work experience and encouraging each other.
During Network meetings members make business contacts and help each other deal with problems which often come along with being a woman in the workplace.
President Gailen Miles says the organization also stresses leadership skills.
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IN Q=PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIORS

((GAILEN MILES/NETWORK FOR PROFESSIONAL AND MANAGERIAL WOMEN: PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIORS ARE THOSE THAT KEEP US OBJECTIVE AT ALL TIMES AND THEY ARE WAYS TO WORK TOWARDS THE DIGNITY OF SAVING THE DIGNITY OF OTHER PEOPLE.))
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OUT Q=OF OTHER PEOPLE


Miles says women are only really just now starting to learn the importance of networking and mentoring in the business community.
And that can only help young women like Paula Katz.
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SOT tape 7 51:59:05
IN Q=I'VE LEARNED

((I'VE LEARNED A LOT THAT WILL HELP ME IN WHAT EVER KIND OF CAREER I GO INTO. AS FAR AS RESEARCH, I'VE LEARNED A LOT ABOUT DIFFERENT CELL STRUCTURES, A LOT ABOUT DIFFERENT LAB TECHNIQUES. AND MAYBE IT WILL GIVE ME A DIFFERENT IDEA WHAT PATH I'D LIKE TO GO IN.))
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Paula notes aside from her career mentorship , she's also benefitting from what she calls an "amazing" set of role models in school--women science and math teachers.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE

Stocks wrapped up a see-saw session with a mixed showing. The Dow gained four points to end the day at 69-hundred-32. That's a 57 point drop for the week. NASDAQ LOST 13 points today.
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Shen-Life


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-7
GRAPHIC=Shenandoah Life


A longtime Roanoke employer has seen its profits rise 27- percent in the past year.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Shenandoah Life announced the results at its annual meeting today.
The insurance company reports in 1996 it made more than 11- million- dollars, a new record.
C-E-O Robert Clark says gains from the sales of securities and lower federal income taxes more than made up for rising claims costs.
Shenandoah Life has 250 employees at its Roanoke headquarters.
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Truckers


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#96-110
GRAPHIC=None


If you travel the highways in the Roanoke Valley, you know there are sometimes close calls between truckers and cars.
The American Trucking Association is out with a list of "hot spots", five intersections indentified by the group as this area's most dangerous.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


State police say in 72-percent of accidents involving trucks and cars the fault lies with the driver of the CAR.
Truck drivers want motorists to follow three safety rules: don't tailgate an 18-wheeler, if you have to pass, do it quickly and on the left side if possible--and do not cut in front of a truck.
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((PAUL TODOROVICH/TRUCK DRIVER: WE KEEP A CUSHION OF SAFETY BETWEEN US AND THE VEHICLE WE'RE FOLLOWING, BECAUSE IT TAKES US SO MUCH LONGER TO STOP THAN A CAR. IT TAKES US APPROXIMATELY THREE FOOTBALL FIELDS TO STOP A FULLY LOADED TRUCK TRAVELING 55 MPH.))
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OUT Q=TRAVELING 55 MPH
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The A-T-A says the trouble spots include: the 5-81 corridor, the intersections of Franklin Road and Roy Webber, Orange Avenue and Williamson Road, Hershberger Road and Williamson and the Roanoke College area.

Sports Tease


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


Coming up tonight in sports, Riddick Bowe quits the Marines, Chocolate Thunder hits the jackpot,
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VO-NAT eng#


and Roy Stanley checks in from Rockingham, North Carolina with a look at today's Winston Cup qualifying that put not the man in black - but the nam named Mark on the pole.
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-35
GRAPHIC=ROCKINGHAM


Mark Martin was the 40th car to roll on to the track for today's time trials for the Goodwrench 400.
But when his run was over, Martin was sitting on the pole at "The Rock".
Roy Stanley has more on first round qualifying from Rockingham, North Carolina.
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SUPER=01-Mark Martin/Goodwrench 400 Pole Winner; :55
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S-Bowe


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ksh
TAPE#S6-26
GRAPHIC=Bowe


Riddick Bowe's entrance into the Marine Corps will probably be labeled a publicity ploy.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=04-CBS; :00


Especially now that he has left after only eleven days of boot camp.
A Marine Corps Spokesman says that, Bowe left the Corps stating that the regimented training lifestyle was too much for him.
Recruits can ask for dismissal at any time during their training.
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S-Blue


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB97-4
GRAPHIC=High school hoops


The Salem Civic Center will be busy with district tournament championship action tonight. At 5:30, Pulaski County meets William Fleming in the Roanoke Valley Girls title game, then at 9 the Fleming boys play Patrick Henry for their RVD title.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem; :00

In the Blue Ridge championship at 7:15; Region III bound Salem is in the title tilt. The Spartans expected to meet William Byrd, but the second seed was knocked out by Blacksburg.
The Indians will use their momentum from wins over Byrd and Botetourt tonight.
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IN Q="we

((BOB TREAR/BLACKSBURG HEAD COACH: WE DO KNOW THEY HAVE SOME QUICKNESS. IT POSES SOME PROBLEMS FOR US. SHOOTING WISE. THEY DO HAVE THREE SHOOTERS. BUT AT THE SAME TIME, LORD BOTETOURT HAD SOME PRETTY DECENT SHOOTERS AND WE WERE ABLE TO CONTAIN THE. I DON'T KNOW, WE JUST HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE AGAINST SALEM,AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS ON IT.))
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S-UVa


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=ACC


And as the ACC regular season continues to wind down, Your hometown station is your for the key mathcups, especially tomorrow.
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AT 1:30 on Saturday afternoon grab a seat and join us for the Wake Forest-Virginia game LIVE from University Hall as the Cavs go for their 18th win of the year.
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Then right after that game around 3:50, North Carolina invades Maryland to tangle with the Terps in what should be another outstanding game tomorrow right here on WDBJ.
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S-Dawkins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#BB97-2
GRAPHIC=NBA


In one other hoop note - old NBA players don't retire and get real jobs, they just win the lottery.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-NBA; :00


Darryl Dawkins, the man known as Chocolate Thunder in his playing days, won $14 thousand one hundred and 57 dollars playing PICK 4 in the New Jersey State lottery.
He used his old jersey number 53 to make his picks.
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S-Clinton


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ksh
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=Clinton


And finally, the President and First Lady will have another night on the town tonight.
This one at U-S-Air arena to cheer on the hometown Bullets in their NBA game tonight.
A White House spokesman says the First Family is trying to get more involved in the life of the capital city.
Of course, they just happened to pick the night when Michael Jordan and the Bulls were playing the Bullets.
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