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ANCHOR=Jean
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Here's what you'll see tonight on NEWS-7 at FIVE...
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A federal judge rules the FDA can't restrict cigarette advertising but can regulate tobacco.
Plus-- Jurors from the Jens Soering trial talk about the convicted killer's theory of innocence.
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Wx-Heads
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


Outdoor activities are best done Saturday as the second half of the weekend looks wet. More on the forecast just ahead.

MEDICAL-HEADS


ANCHOR=Connie
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On Health Check-- we'll hear from a regional chapter of the Alzheimer's Association--
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VO-NAT


Members are trying to change the way Medicare and Medicaid handle patient care.
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2-SHOT
ANCHOR=Jean
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SOT 15:06:48
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((THE FINDING OF THE FDA ESTABLISHES THAT CIGARETTE COMPANIES DO MANIPULATE NICOTINE. NICOTINE IS THE DRUG. IT'S THE DRUG THAT KEEPS PEOPLE SMOKING.))
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OUT Q=keeps people smoking.
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VO-NAT


A landmark ruling in a North Carolina court- cracking down on tobacco- but not cigarette ads.
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5-FDA


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
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GRAPHIC=News7 at five


Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
SS=FDA


A federal judge today ruled that the government can regulate tobacco as a drug.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC;


That's a huge victory for anti-smoking forces.
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((EVEN IN THEIR HOME FIELD WHERE THOUGH THEY HAD AN ADVANTAGE THEY LOST. THE INDUSTRY ALREADY CHOKING IN A NORTH CAROLINA COURT. ))
SUPER=01-Sen. Frank Lautenberg/(D) New Jersey;
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But the judge also ruled the government can NOT restrict cigarette advertising.
And that part of the ruling is a win for tobacco companies.
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((ALL OF OUR ADVERTISING RIGHTS CAN CONTINUE, BILLBOARDS, MAGAZINES, POINT OF SALE, DIRECT MARKETING IS OUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT WILL CONTINUE. WE BELIEVE STRONGLY IN OUR POSITION AND WILL PURUSE IT AS LONG AS IT TAKES.))
SUPER=01-John Fithian/Freedom to Advertise Coalition;
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5-REACT-FDA


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-19
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Virginia is a player in all of this. Attorney General Jim Gilmore filed a "friend of the court" brief defending the tobacco companies and opposing the FDA. double box Jean/Ellen
Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom.
What's Gilmore's reaction today?
ANCHOR=ellen


He's focusing on the positive.
SUPER=@Ellen1;
SUPER=22-Richmond;


He says it's a "tremendous victory for NASCAR and other tobacco-sponsored sporting events" but may be the first step in a legal process he'll keep fighting.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: EVEN IF THEY ARE WRONG LEGALLY, PRACTICALLY ...BUT WE HAVE FOR SEVERAL YEARS.))
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It's NOT clear how much legal time the Attorney General's office has put into this case so far or whether it will file a supporting brief on appeal.
But state health activists say it's a losing suit that only Virginia and three other tobacco states entered.
And Judge Osteen upheld the most important part.
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((ED SWEDA/TOBACCO PRODUCTS LIABILITY PROJECT: CIGARETTES ARE NICOTINE DELIVERY DEVICES AND THAT THE INTENT OF THE MANUFACTURER'S TO AFFECT THE STRUCTURE AND THE FUNCTION OF THE HUMAN BODY BY DOING SO, INGESTING THESE LEVELS, WAS THE TRIGGER THAT BROUGHT THEM IN UNDER THE FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT OF 1938.))
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SUPER=22-Richmond;
LIVE=Ellen full


Ed Sweda, whom you just heard there, is a nationally-known anti-smoking advocate in town for yesterday's Philip Morris meeting.
The significance of what he's saying about nicotine being regulated as a drug is that what tobacco farmers fear may be true.
The FDA regulations say IF teen smoking doesn't decline under this set of regulations...
double boxes Jean/Ellen

the FDA has left itself room to regulate other aspects... which could include dictating nicotine levels in cigarettes.
(Q&A: But we can expect appeals?


Yes both sides say they'll appeal the part they lost.)

5-Ortiz


ANCHOR=Jean
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WRITER=KHu
TAPE#597-11
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The Roanoke man accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend and her mother on April First was wheeled into court today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


Miguel Ortiz was arraigned on half a dozen charges associated with the incident at Carew Apartments.
He told the judge he HAD a job at a car wash on Melrose Avenue, but assumes it's gone now. He said he has about 60 dollars to his name.
Judge Clifford Weckstein appointed a staff lawyer from the public defender's office to represent Ortiz.
The suspect is being held without bond for the deaths of Sharon and Deborah Casey.
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5-soering


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#597-12
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Convicted killer Jens Soering continues to wage his battle for a new trial, claiming evidence that could have cleared him was never presented to the jury.
double boxes Jean/Steve


Steve Smallshaw talked with some of the jurors from Soering's 1990 trial,
Steve what do they think of the evidence they never heard?
SUPER=@ssm1;
SUPER=22-Lynchburg;


Jean, the jurors we talked with were, for the most part, highly skeptical of Jens Soering's claim that two drifters could have murdered his girlfriend's parents in 1985.
Even after considering Soering's story, the jurors still feel they got it right.
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SUPER=03-Bedford; :00
SUPER=04-December 1996; :21
SUPER=01-Larry Sheridan/Soering Trial Juror; :24
SUPER=01-Sterl Irvine/Soering Trial Juror; :35
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OUT Q=appeal that ruling.


(( It's a theory the jury never heard.
One week after Derek and Nancy Haysom were murdered in 1985, Bedford County deputy George Anderson stopped two drifters on Route 460.. men who Anderson says may have dropped a knife in his patrol car.
The pair were arrested a few days later for a murder in Roanoke. They never were considered suspects in the Haysom case, but Soering claims they should have been.
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SOT 6:46:04
IN Q=I don't see

((LARRY SHERIDAN/SOERING TRIAL JUROR: I DON'T SEE ANY BEARING ON THE CASE. WITH THE VAGRANTS THEY'RE TRYING TO PIN SOMETHING ON SOME PEOPLE, I DON'T SEE HOW THEY EVEN FIT IN.))
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OUT Q=even fit in.
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((STERL IRVINE/SOERING TRIAL JUROR: IT WOULDN'T HAVE MADE NO DIFFERENCE. BECAUSE THE EVIDENCE THAT THEY HAD SHOWED DEFINITELY THAT HE WAS IN THE HOUSE AND IT WOULDN'T HAVE MADE NO DIFFERENCE.))
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Judge William Sweeney this week denied Soering's request for a new trial.
Soering plans to appeal that ruling.))
LIVE=steve/full
SUPER=22-Lynchburg


Of course, all it takes is one juror who DOESN'T agree to cause a mistrial or find a defendant not guilty.
double boxes Jean/Steve


And one woman we talked with says she just doesn't know if the new evidence might have given her a reasonable doubt as to Soering's guilt.

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Who's responsible for a bomb threat that cancelled the Governor's trip to Chatham? The N-Double-A-C-P addresses the issue. The story on NEWS-7 at FIVE along with...
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A change of leadership at the Roanoke Valley SPCA-- The director abruptly quits, amid sexual harrassment allegations.
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Anchor=Connie


On Health Check-- More women are doing some heavy drinking while they're pregnant -- or at least admitting it. 2-SHOT
ANCHOR=Jean


Also coming up-- Patrick's very close to getting locked up.
Anchor=Connie


A live report from the slammer when we come back. cc sponsor
Comm Break#1


5-Missile-Truck


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
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It's not something the Air Force likes to lose track of-
Four dummy missiles that disappeared yesterday turned up today-
The FBI found the dummy missiles in a building supply yard in Ranger Texas-
Agents also arrested a truck driver at a truck stop about 330 miles away.
The truck driver could face charges-
No word on how he got so far from where the missiles were found.

5-SPCA


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5 p.m.
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The Roanoke Valley S-P-C-A is looking for a new executive director.
SS=alexander


Al Alexander announced he's resigning, effective today, for "personal reasons."
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SUPER=@File;


Alexander has recently been under investigation after three former employees accused him of sexual harassment.
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;


The S-P-C-A board's president would not say whether the allegations were connected to Alexander's resignation.
But he did offer a possible reason for his departure.
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((FRANK VAN BALEN/S.P.C.A. BOARD PRESIDENT: AS I SAY, THIS IS A VERY STRESSFUL JOB. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WAS VERY UPSETTING TO AL WAS THE LACK OF COOPERATION ON THE BUILDING OF THE SHELTER. ))
SUPER=01-Frank Van Balen/S.P.C.A. Board President;
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Van Balen says a shelter employee will step in as a temporary director.
He says the shelter will maintain its normal operations.
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5-NAACP


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
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Governor Allen's decision to cancel a speaking engagement in Pittsylvania County is still a sensitive subject.
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SUPER=03-Chatham;


The leader of the local N-Double-A-C-P says his organization had nothing to do with a series of telephone threats.
The Governor was supposed to speak at a tobacco function Monday at Woodlawn Academy in Chatham.
But he canceled the trip after the school's headmaster received a phone call threatening the school and its children.
The caller was apparently offended when Allen recently proclaimed April "Confederate History and Heritage Month".
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((WILLIE FITZGERALD/LOCAL NAACP PRESIDENT:IT'S IMPORTANT THAT PEOPLE UNDERSTAND WE'RE A NONVIOLENT ORGANIZATION AND WE THINK EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND ASSEMBLING AND WHEN THE GOVERNOR IS THREATENED IT THREATENS US ALL. ))
SUPER=01-Willie Fitzgerald/Local NAACP President; :00
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=NONE


Fitzgerald says he's hoping to put an end to any rumors.

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ANCHOR=Jean
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Total Action Against Poverty is doing some of its best fundraising behind bars...
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SUPER=22-Roanoke;
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5-TAP


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Total Action Against Poverty is locking people up, and throwing away the key. DOUBLE BOX JEAN/PATRICK
Patrick Evans explains that being incarcerated by TAP is a good thing because money raised for "bail" actually helps the organization.
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SUPER=21-Patrick Evans;
SUPER=22-Roanoke;
SUPER=01-Ellen Brown/Total Action Against Poverty;
SUPER=22-Roanoke;

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health music under


ANCHOR=Jean
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Tonight in the Two Minute Sports Ticker-- Steve Mason has the latest from qualifying for this weekend's Winston 500.
ANCHOR=Connie


On Health Check-- A new study into the dangers of Little League Baseball offers reassurance for parents.
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And as for special faceguards and softer balls-- no need for a mandate yet, according to researchers.
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((WE HAVE TO PROVE THAT IT WORKS BEFORE WE JUST BLATANTLY SAY LETS DO IT.))
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health bump next
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six-preview


ANCHOR=LEN
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SUPER=@Len1;
SUPER=22-Roanoke;


Hi I'm Len Besthoff...coming up tonight on NEWS-7 at SIX.
Norfolk Southern is the only class one freight railroad in the United States that has its employees relieve themselves in a plastic bag instead of a toilet, but there are efforts to change that.
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SOT NS WASTE TOT 5:25:52
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((LAWRENCE MANN/RAIL UNION SAFETY ATTORNEY: THE UNION IS GOING TO DO WHATEVER IS NECESSARY TO REQUIRE AND MANDATE THAT TOILETS BE ON NORFOLK SOUTHERN LOCOMOTIVES. IT MAY TAKE A WHILE, BECAUSE NORFOLK SOUTHERN IS A VERY POWERFUL RAILROAD.))
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Lawrence Mann is the chief attorney for the United Transportation Union in Washington D-C.
He believes within a year or two, N-S will be forced to abandon its current waste disposal method, known as the "dry hopper" system.
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ANCHOR=Len
SUPER=22-Roanoke;


We'll have more on this,take full screen in part three of our series, "Hopping Mad at N-S"-- tonight: just how much it might cost N-S to get toilets for its on- board employees...and how that compares with some of the railroad's other recent expenses.
double boxes Jean/LEN


Jean, that report's coming up on News-7 at Six.
ANCHOR=Jean


Thanks Len we'll be watching...

5-Alzheimer's


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=eea
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Members of the Alzheimer's Association will meet in Washington D.C. over the next four days.
They're trying to change the way Medicare and Medicaid handle Alzheimer's patient care.
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SUPER=@File


Right now, Medicare doesn't cover the cost of caring for Alzheimer's patients until they have to be hospitalized.
The Alzheimers Association says Medicare should cover long-term, home-based care, which costs less, and helps the families of Alzheimer's patients.
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Bill Lindsay, of the Roanoke-Salem chapter, will join more than 400 other association members in Washington, fighting for Medicare and Medicaid changes.
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SOT 11:41:56
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((BILL LINDSAY/ROANOKE-SALEM ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION; THIS KIND OF THING IS VERY HELPFUL, VERY NECESSARY FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE SUFFERING FORM ALZHEIMERS DISEASE, AND IT'S MUCH MORE COST EFFECTIVE THAN HAVING PEOPLE IN NURSING HOMES OR HOSPITALS SO WE;D LIKE TO SEE THE CHANGES THAT ARE COMING ABOUT IN MEDICARE AND MEDICAID MOVE IN THAT DIRECTION PARTICULARLY ))
SUPER=01-Bill Lindsay/Alzheimer's Association;
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


The meeting in the nation's capital is the Association's ninth annual public policy forum.
It will include a candlelight vigil, and meetings with Virginia's legislative delegation.

5-Alcohol


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-17
GRAPHIC=pregnancy


A new government health survey finds a four-fold increase in the number of women who admit to drinking heavily during pregnancy.
The reason for the increase is unclear.
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VO-NAT


Federal health officials note that drinking while pregnant can cause fetal alcohol syndrome-- and lifelong abnormalities.
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5-Baseball-Injuries


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
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A new study on Little League Baseball-- on the risk for injuries it presents, and how to prevent them.
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VO-NAT


University of Rochester researchers followed almost three-thousand kids for a season, and documented only 41 injuries by a ball-- most of the injuries were minor.
The place where most kids were hit by the ball wasn't homeplate-- but on the field.
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((DR. KENNETH VEENEMA/SPORTS MEDICINE SPECIALIST: MOST OF THE INJURIES THAT DID OCCUR, BALL RELATED FACIAL INJURIES ACTUALLY OCCURRED ON DEFENSE.))
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The authors suggest that coaches teach the proper way to field a ball.
As for special faceguards and softer balls, they recommend more study before making them mandatory.
It's not only the hard baseball that can cause injuries-- in the study, there were a number of fractures and sprains when players ran into each other or slid into a base.
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5-Organ-Donation


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=equ
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Virginia has become the first state in the nation to dedicate land to the cause of organ donation.
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SUPER=03-Richmond;


Governor George Allen today dedicated the Donor Memorial Garden in Capitol Square, just down the hill from the state capitol.
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((HELEN LESLIE/VA. TRANSPLANT COUNCIL: THIS GIVES ...MADE THE DONATION.))
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During the past five years in Virginia, 547 people have donated two-thousand-40 organs and more than 11-hundred tissue donations.
There have been at least five thousand eye donors.
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2-shot-toss
ANCHOR=Jean


In sports more from Greensboro on Chip Sullivan's golf game...
ANCHOR=Connie


Plus Steve Mason has the latest qualifying results.

S5-Qualify


ANCHOR=Steve
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WRITER=sma
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GRAPHIC=Talladega


Good afternoon everyone, lets get right to qualifying at Talladega for Sunday's Winston 500.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Talladega, AL/ESPN2; :00


The Winston Cup cars began qualifying at four today and are still out on the track. Right now-- Dale Earnhardt is on the pole with a speed of 192.699 miles per hour.
Teammate Mike Skinner is on the outside pole.
Defending Winston 500 champ Sterling Marlin is 5th. Complete results at 6.
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S5-Sullivan


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NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=SMA
TAPE#S7-7
GRAPHIC=CHRYSLER CLASSIC


The PGA tour is glamorous and tough on players.
And as Mike Stevens tells us-- Chip Sullivan has a chance to make it in the long run, even if he fails to finish in the money at Greensboro.
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SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC/Yesterday; :00
SUPER=01-Chip Sullivan/PGA Tour Golfer; :24
SUPER=01-Kari Sullivan/Chip's Wife; :38
SUPER=@mike1; :49
SUPER=01-Tom Hall/Chip's Caddy & Father-in-Law; 1:00
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OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."
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(( As the only former club pro on the PGA tour this season, Chip found out quickly that you more than just talent to be a success.
Golf, on this level, is a mind game.
Thankfully, Chip has his wife Kari, a former second grade teacher at Roanoke County's Oak Grove School, by his side to keep him from getting too high or too low. ((KARI SULLIVAN/CHIP'S WIFE:)) ((MIKE STEVENS:)) ((TOM HALL:))
When he is not carrying clubs or massaging psyches Hall is the principal at North County's Mountain View Elementary, and he's always had a love for the game of golf. ((KARI SULLIVAN:)) ((TOM HALL:))
In Greensboro, at the Forest Oaks Country Club.))
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ANCHOR=sTEVE


Highlights from the cosmo trach meet, plus Radford Baseball coming up at 6. see ya then.

5-Kicker


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
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If you love Rock and Roll- this collection is for you.
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((SHE LOVES ME YEA, YEA. LOVE LIKE THAT YOU KNOW IT CAN'T BE BAD.))
SUPER=04-"The Complete Beatles";
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OUT Q=CAN'T BE BAD."
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It's called the Rolling Stone 200.
Two-hundred CDs that define rock and roll.
The Editors of Rolling Stone magazine put out the list-
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((ANTHONY DECURTIS/ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE: WE SET OUT TO TRY AND FIND A KIND OF CD LIBRARY FOR SOMEONE WHO WANTED TO HAVE A KIND OF BASIC HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL.)) ((I CAN'T GET NO GIRLY ACTION.))
SUPER=01-Anthony DeCurtis/"Rolling Stone" Magazine;
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OUT Q=GIRLY ACTION."
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VO-NAT


The Rolling stones, the Beatles and Bob Dylan are just a few names on the list.
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bye


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
GRAPHIC=NONE
ANCHOR=Jean


That's it for NEWS-7 at FIVE-- for more news later tonight-- full screen
Join Connie Stevens for the region's first local primetime newscast, NEWS-7 Primetime-- tonight at 10 on WEFC. have a nice evening, Goodnight ANCHOR=Jean