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ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
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Coming up next on News 7 at 6, a train collides with a car, after the driver ignores a barricade.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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And we'll visit today's REALLY hot ticket... the downtown chili cookoff!

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Headline
GRAPHIC=NONE


In sports, We'll check in with Steve Mason who found out today what its like to race a go kart.
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And highlights from a couple of this afternoon's major league baseball games.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Andrew
SS=None


Still a chance for rain this evening-- as we head to tomorrow, it's looking breezy, sunny and cooler.

Mont-Ax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Accident


A Christiansburg woman is in stable condition after wrecking her car along interstate I-81.
Fifty-three year old Jean Thompson apparently veered off the side of the road then lost control of the vehicle.
State police said a witness saw her car flip over four times before landing on top of a guardrail.
Officials airlifted Thompson to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
She is in stable condition with head injuries and compound fractures.

Train-Ax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-27
GRAPHIC=none


A train hit a car in downtown Roanoke this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The woman driving the car was NOT hurt.
Police say she drove around the barricades at the third and Campbell crossing, and did not heed an engineers's warning to stop.
The caboose hit the car and pushed it several feet yards down the track before the engineer was able to stop.
Fortunately the train was only traveling about five miles an hour at the time.
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Bedrosian


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-13
GRAPHIC=Bedrosian


A political newcomer is gearing up to take on a 13 term incumbent.
Republican Al Bedrosian (BEH-Dro-shen) announced his candidacy today -- taking on Democrat Dick Cranwell for his seat in the state house of delegates.
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SOT 7:23:15
IN Q=THERE BECOMES AN ARROGANCE

((AL BEDROSIAN/R-CANDIDATE FOR DELEGATE: THERE BECOMES AN ARROGANCE WHEN YOU'VE BEEN THERE SO LONG, SO ENTRENCHED AND AFTER A WHILE YOU'RE REALLY NOT REPRESENTING THE PEOPLE IN YOUR COMMUNITY YOU'RE REPRESENTING THE CONSTITUENTS IN RICHMOND AND I DON'T THINK THAT'S WRONG.))
SUPER=01-Al Bedrosian/(R) Delegate Candidate;
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Bedrosian is a Virginia Tech graduate who's worked as a sales representative for Xerox Corporation in Southwest Virginia since 1984.
He says it's the ordinary citizen that should represent the community in government.
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SOT 7:25:03
IN Q=I GREW UP

((I GREW UP SOMEWHAT POOR AND MADE IT THROUGH WORKING IN A COMPANY AND STRUGGLING AND FALLING DOWN A COUPLE OF TIMES AND PICKING MYSELF UP AND I THINK THOSE ARE THE CONSERVATIVE VALUES PEOPLE LOOK AT.))
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ANCHOR=ERIC
SS=Bedrosian


He's now on a campaign tour making stops throughout the area.

Boucher


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#=97-23
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Congressman Rick Boucher says a planned commercial and community complex in Giles County may boost Southwest Virginia's tourism industry.
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The town of Pembroke plans to develop six acres at the corner of U.S. route 460, and the road leading to the Cascades National Recreation Area.
Boucher says the prime location helped to secure close to 200 thousand dollars in federal funds to help buy the property.
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SOT 7:28:29
IN Q=It will help

((REP. RICK BOUCHER/(D) 9TH-DISTRICT: IT WILL HELP THIS REGION RECEIVE THE FULL BENEFIT OF THE CASCADES RECREATION AREA, WHICH ALREADY HAS ABOUT 70 THOUSAND VISITORS ON AN ANNUAL BASIS, AND THE NEW DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE TOWN OF PEMBROKE WILL MAKE THAT REGION MORE ATTRACTIVE STILL. ))
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Plans include a medical clinic and pharmacy, restaurants, office and retail space, and a community center complete with child and adult day care.
But, first the town must come up with necessary matching funds.
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SOT 7:31:03
IN Q=This is just

((RANDI LEMMON/PEMBROKE TOWN MANAGER: THIS IS JUST THE FIRST STEP, A VERY GOOD FIRST STEP BUT WE STILL HAVE TO COME UP WITH AT LEAST 75 THOUSAND DOLLARS OF OTHER FUNDS. ))
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Officials hope to see a restaurant going up next Spring.
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Liberty


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-17
GRAPHIC=Graham, Billy


Invest in people, not possessions.
That's what a world renown evangelist told Liberty University graduates this morning.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg;


Reverend Billy Graham gave graduates a little economic advice as they enter the real world.
He says invest in time.
Graham says it's more valuable than money and no one, no matter how rich, can buy more time.
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SOT 10:36:53
IN Q=TIME IS OUR

((REVEREND BILLY GRAHAM: TIME IS OUR INVESTMENT CAPITOL. YOUR ONLY CHOICE IS TO USE IT OR LOOSE IT. EITHER INVEST IT OR LET IT DRIBBLE LIKE SAND THROUGH YOUR FINGERS.))
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Graham says the best way to use your time is by helping people.
The 15-hundred graduates cheered as he sent them off into the next phase of their lives with these words.
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SOT 10:46:31
IN Q=I'M ASKING YOU

((I'M ASKING YOU TODAY NOT TO GRADUATE BUT TO COMMENCE A NEW LIFE FOLLOWING THE WILL OF GOD EVERY STEP OF THE WAY.))
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ANCHOR=ERIC
SS=Graham, Billy


Radford University and Roanoke College students also picked up diplomas today.

Chilli-cook


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-21
GRAPHIC=none


The Roanoke City Market was one of the hottest spots around today.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The 18th annual Virginia championship chili cook-off started simmering this morning.
More than 60 cooking teams put their best beans forward.
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IN Q=what's the name

(( 2:33:10WHAT'S THE NAME OF THIS CHILI? NACHO MAMA CHILI. NACHO MAMA CHILI? I AM NACHO MAMA...(LAUGHTER) 2:48:01 MARY BETH MONROE/HEAD JUDGE; I LOVE IT, THESE PEOPLE ARE VERY SERIOUS, THEY COME TO COOK, THEY COME TO WIN, THIS IS A STATE EVENT, FROM THE STATE EVENT THEM GET TO GO TO THE WORLD COOK-OFF WHICH IS IN RENO NEVADA. ))
SUPER=01-Mary Beth Monroe/Head Judge; :08
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OUT Q=in Reno, Nevada;
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First place went to Chuck Hoff from Ohio for his Dragon's Breath chilli.
He'll get two round-trip plane tickets to this year's World Championship contest.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=None


The people's choice award went to "the Hoggs" a Harley Davidson group, for their White Knuckles chili.

Web-Watch


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#WebWatch
GRAPHIC=Web Watch


The big three on line services, American Online, Compuserve and Prodigy have settled a Federal Trade commission complaint against them.
The FTC says customers weren't told that "free" subscriptions would eventually cost money if they weren't cancelled.
That and much more in this week's WebWatch.
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SUPER=01-Eileen Harrington/Federal Trade Commission; :24
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SUPER=01-Danielle Ferguson/Fishburn Park Elementary School; 1:06 -Quick!
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(( www.aol.com www.compuserv.com www.prodigy.com
The three services will NOT pay a fine, instead they agreed to better inform customers that they will be charged unless they cancel their free trial accounts.
The Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on get-rich-quick scams on the web, some offering 6 figure incomes for people working from home.
SOT 14:10:18-online stock
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((EILEEN HARRINGTON/FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION; NO ONE CAN MAKE THAT KIND OF CLAIM LEGALLY WITHOUT HAVING A LOT OF INFORMATION TO BACK IT UP.))
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The feds e-mailed warnings to 215 sites... a month later, 23 percent changed or shut down. www.ftc.gov/opa/9704/bizop.htmYou can learn more about web-scams at the FTC website.
www-odp.tamu.edu/
Beginning next week, you can join a Virginia scientist on an Ocean Drilling Research project by visiting the www.vmnh.org Virginia Museum of Natural History web page.
From May 5th through May 18th, you can www.bev.net/education/museum/vmnhmvl/vmnhodp.html e-mail Dr. James Beard, as he and his shipmates drill core samples from the ocean floor.

Now here's this week's kid's site from Fishburn Park Elementary school.

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IN Q=Yahooligans, it has lots

((DANIELLE FERGUSON/FISHBURN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; YAHOOLIGANS, IT HAS LOTS OF FUN STUFF THAT YOU CAN GO AROUND TO, www.yahooligans.com/ IT HAS TOYS R US, IT HAS A LOT OF FUN STUFF, IT HAS A COLORING BOOK AND IT'S LOTS OF FUN))
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You can find links to all these sites at the WDBJ home page at www-dot-wdbj7-dot-com.))
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Tease#1

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ANCHOR=Eric
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When News 7 at 6 returns, Virginia soldiers serving time in Bosnia answer questions from local school kids...
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about the military and keeping the peace overseas...coming up in part eleven of our series--Bosnia Peacekeepers.
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Hillsville-Fire


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#=97-28
GRAPHIC=none


The Hillsville Volunteer Fire Department will make a special dedication this weekend.
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SUPER=03-Hillsville;


Firefighters are celebrating the opening of a 35- hundred square- foot station addition.
They say it wouldn't have been possible without money and materials donated by residents, the local governing bodies, businesses and civic organizations.
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SOT 23:04:34
IN Q=The citizens worked

((DOUG BARR/HILLSVILLE FIRE DEPT.: THE CITIZENS WORKED IN COOPERATION WITH CARROLL COUNTY AND THE TOWN OF HILLSVILLE TO MAKE THIS ADDITION POSSIBLE. IT WAS NO ONE INDIVIDUAL, IT WAS NO ONE INDIVIDUAL GROUP. THIS ENTIRE COMMUNITY RALLIED AROUND AND MADE THIS PROJECT A SUCCESS. ))
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With the extra space to park it, the fire department purchased a new pumper truck-- vital to safety needs as industrial growth continues.
The facility is also improving response times by allowing for proper equipment storage.
Sunday the department is hosting an open house to dedicate the addition to the community.
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Eleven-Bosnia


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#=97-26
GRAPHIC=Bosnia Peacekeepers


Children often ask questions that get straight to the point.
Just ask members of a Danville National Guard unit stationed in Bosnia.
Teresa Hamilton and photographer Andrea DiRocco recently spent a week visiting the soldiers.
But before they left-- they spent time at Glenwood Elementary in Danville to find out what kids would like to know. Bosnia Peacekeepers Full Screen
Tonight-- the peacekeepers answer those questions.
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SUPER=01-Recardo Faulkner/Danville National Guard Member; :03
SUPER=01-Reuben Anderson/Danville National Guard Member; :12
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SUPER=01-Carl Keen/Danville National Guard Member; :54
SUPER=01-Chris Wiles/Danville National Guard Member; 1:04 QUICK!!
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((
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((WHAT DO BOSNIANS LOOK LIKE? ))
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((RECARDO FAULKNER/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:THEY LOOK LIKE REGULAR AMERICANS, I THINK IF YOU WOULDN'T HEAR THEM TALK YOU'D THINK THAT SOME OF THEM WAS AMERICANS. ))
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IN Q=What

((WHAT KINDS OF JOBS DO THE BOSNIANS HAVE? ))
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IN Q=The employment rate

((REUBEN ANDERSON/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:THE EMPLOYMENT RATE FOR BOSNIA IS HIGH NOW, THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IS HIGH, MAJOR INDUSTRY HERE IS THE COAL MINING IN THIS AREA OF TUZLA, IT THE COAL MINING COUNTRY. ))
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((DO THE CHILDREN RIDE SCHOOL BUSES TO SCHOOL? ))
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IN Q=No

((RECARDO FAULKNER/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:NO THEY WALK TO SCHOOL, WHEN WE GO OUT ON OUR PATROLS, WE SEE THEM WITH THEIR BACKPACKS ON, WALKING UP THE ROAD. ))
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The children were armed with all kinds of questions-- you see Bosnia is not a foreign subject in their classroom.
Their teacher, Pat Bolt, has actually been teaching the kids about the war-- and its impact on the country.
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IN Q=Do they

((DO THEY HAVE WEAPONS? ))
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IN Q=Yes, we do

((CARL KEEN/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:YES, WE DO HAVE WEAPONS, USE IT AS PROTECTION OVER HERE, HOPEFULLY, WE WON'T HAVE TO USE THEM, BUT WE DO CARRY WEAPONS. ))
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IN Q=Where

((WHERE DO THE SOLDIERS LIVE IN BOSNIA? ))
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IN Q=The soldiers live

((CHRIS WILES/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:THE SOLDIERS LIVE IN CONTAINERS, KIND OF LIKE A LITTLE TRAILER, TWO SOLDIERS TO A CONTAINER, THEY'RE PRETTY COMFORTABLE. ))
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IN Q=How

((HOW ARE THE SOLDIERS DOING? ))
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IN Q=It's a little

((IT'S A LITTLE SHOCK WHEN WE FIRST CAME OVER HERE. WE EAT A LOT OF FOREIGN FOOD, AND A LOT OF FOREIGN TV, THINGS LIKE THAT, SO IT'S, IT WAS, A LITTLE ROUGH IN THE BEGINNING. NOW THEY'VE GOTTEN ACCUSTOMED TO IT, SEEM TO BE SETTLED IN, SO THEY'RE REALLY DOING REAL WELL.))
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Tonight at eleven-- our question/answer session continues-- with a visit to another Danville classroom.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=Tease2
GRAPHIC=NONE



Still to come on the newscast,
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If you're looking for a furry addition to your home, stay tuned.
We'll check out the S-P-C-A Pet Adopt-A-Thon.
First though the News 7 weekend stock report.
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Adoption


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-18
GRAPHIC=SPCA


The Roanoke Valley S-P-C-A hopes about 100 families will be welcoming new editions to their households this weekend.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The S-P-C-A is taking part in a national pet adopt-a-thon.
Volunteers are interviewing prospective pet owners who want to take home one of the many cats and dogs up for adoption at the shelter.
This is the beginning of the baby season so shelter volunteers are hoping to make room for the on-slaught of kittens and puppies expected to arrive in the next several months.
The adopt-a-thon continues tomorrow at Elmwood Park in Roanoke from 10 to 4 p-m.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, Highlights from the 123-rd Kentucky Derby. The Orioles were on the diamond this afternoon.
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And Steve Mason is geared up for the Advance Auto Parts Trust 500.
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S-Derby


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-1
GRAPHIC=Sports Logo


Only 13 horses the smallest field in Derby history. But "Silver Charm" crossed the line a neck ahead of "Captain Bodgit" to win the 123-rd Kentucky Derby.
Here's the call from A-B-C's Dave Johnson.
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SUPER=03-Louisville, KY/ABC SPORTS; :
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S-Carts


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-26
GRAPHIC=WDBJ racing


The WDBJ race team is ready to go for tomorrow's Advance Auto Parts Trust 500.
Steve mason has a recap of today's practice run that turned downtown Roanoke up side down.
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SUPER=01-Dave Franklin/Race Coordinator; :19
SUPER=00-Patrick Evans/Expert Pit Reporter; :45(QUICK)
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SUPER=01-Jeff Jablonski/Driver of Little Caesar Cart; 1:18
SUPER=01-Tony McGuire/Driver of WDBJ Chevy; 1:37(QUICK)
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((The day began like most racing weekend's except getting the car out of the trailer was a lot easier!
Teams were assigned engines, and there was even a drivers meeting before practice to explain the rules and offer words of caution about how powerful these carts are.
((:))
The phrase of the day: two much power and not enough breaks as driver after driver wrecked. Yours truly even turned the WDBJ monte carlo over! Only a few minor scrapes for all involved. ((:)) ((:))
Sponsorship colors decorate the go carts and the race even attracted a professional athlete; The Roanoke Express's Jeff Jablonski. ((:))
Teams have two drivers each,. Thank goodness WDBJ has Late Model expert Tony McGuire to balance his novice partner. ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((

S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-3
GRAPHIC=Orioles/A's


Oakland scored a run in the top of the ninth and held on to beat Baltimore this afternoon 4 to 3.
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SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/DSS; :


Baltimore's Mike Mussina had 5 strikeouts through three innings.
Then in the top of the fifth Oakland's Scott Speezio takes the Mussina pitch deep over the right field wall for a solo homer to make it one to nothing A's.
But the Orioles rallied in the bottom of the sixth. Third baseman Cal Ripken rockets this pitch over the left field wall for a two run homer and the O's took the 2 to 1 lead.
Still in the sixth Pete Incaviglia SUPER=35-Oakland/4/Baltimore/3/;smokes

this pitch it hits off the foul pole in left field for a solo homer Baltimore led 3 to 1 but the A's beat the Orioles 4 to 3.
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S-Mets


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-4
GRAPHIC=Mets/Cards


The New York Mets cruised to a 5 to 1 victory over St. Louis at Shea Stadium this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-New York, NY/SC-NET; :


The Mets mascot having a little fun before the game.
And New York got on the board in the bottom of the fourth. John Olerud sends this shot deep over the right field wall for a solo homer to make it 1 to nothing New York.
The Cardinals answered in the top of the fifth. John Mabry hits a high chopper up the middle for a single Ron Gant rounds the bases to score and the game was tied 1 to 1.
New York led 2 to 1 in the fifth SUPER=35-New York/5/St. Louis/1/;then in

the sixth Todd Hundley gets all of this pitch sending it over the wall in deep right centerfield and the Mets win it 5 to 1.
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S-NBA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NBA lOGO


Miami's Isaac Austin is the N-B-A's most improved player. the center averaged almost 10 points per game and just under six rebounds. He also shot 50 per cent as Alonzo Mourning's backup.
And In the N-B-A this afternoon Seattle beat Phoenix 116 to 99 to win the series.
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