12:00-01

NOON-HEADLINES

ANCHOR=Melanie
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VO-NAT


Investigators are going public with evidence in the bombings of an abortion clinic and a gay nightclub in Atlanta.
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TALENT=Melanie
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and,
The tobacco industry and politicians are once again making headlines in Virginia.
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TALENT=Kimberly
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Widespread cloud cover and a few scattered showers today--
Temperatures will hang back in the upper 60s to near 70.
But then a return to spring weather tomorrow.
More about that, coming up.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Stick around. News 7 at Noon is next.

atlanta-bombing


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


The F-B-I has made some critical evidence public as it tries to solve three bombings in Atlanta.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA;


Investigators today released letters claiming responsiblity for the bombings at an abortion clinic and a gay nightclub earlier this year.
The agents are hoping someone will recognize the handwriting or the phrasing.
Among the clues: the author refers to homosexuals as "sodomites."
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VO-NAT


In addition, officials are making another plea for any photos or videos taken at Atlanta's Centennial Park near the time of the Olympic bombing.
Investigators showed an enhanced video frame that shows the outline of an individual sitting on the bench where the bomb exploded.
There hoping some else might have a better picture of the same area.
They also released two sketches of individuals that might be connected to the bombing.
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Ralston


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


A leading candidate for the nation's top military job met this morning with Defense Secretary William Cohen. The Pentagon is keeping quiet about what was discussed
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Andrews AFB, MD/Yesterday;

but there's speculation that Air Force General Joseph Ralston will take his name out of the running for the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
His candidacy has been clouded by an admitted adulterous affair he had in the 19-80's.
And sources say Ralston does NOT want to face tough Senate confirmation hearings.
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Cohen originally defended Ralston, saying the affair should NOT disqualify Ralston for the job.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=none


Some Pentagon officials reportedly suggest that the current chairman -- General John Shalikashvili, might be persuaded to stay in his post for another two-year term.
That report appears in today's "New York Times."

pope


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


The Pope is making an emotional homecoming today in his native city of Krakow.
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SUPER=03-Krakow, Poland;


It's part of an eleven-day tour of his homeland that has been both very public and very private.
Today he visited his parents' graves.
And yesterday one and a half million people attended an outdoor mass.
The 77- year- old pontiff warned Poles not lose their identity and values during the transition from a communist state to a free market economy.
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Memorial-Service


ANCHOR=Mel
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-
GRAPHIC=none


Students at a local elementary school are learning a valuable lesson about safety.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


This morning, students at Falling Branch Elementary school in Christiansburg planted trees and bushes in memory of seven- year- old Samantha Rentch.
The little girl was killed a couple of weeks ago when she was thrown from the back of a pick- up truck.
Her mother, Treca (Teresa), says Samantha had been riding in the cab just minutes before she climbed into the back of the truck.
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((TRECA RENTCH/SAMANTHA'S MOTHER:I LOVE MY DAUGHTER, I MISS MY DAUGHTER, I WISH THIS WOULD'VE NEVER HAPPENED, HOWEVER, I DO APPRECIATE WHAT THEY'VE DONE, SAMANTHA LOVED SCHOOL. ))
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VO-NAT


Students have been learning about the danger associated with riding in the back of a truck.
They've also drafted a letter to send to lawmakers expressing their concerns.
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S-Tobacco


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-25
GRAPHIC=Tobacco Under Fire


Some possible trouble for a the G-O-P candidate for lieutenant governor.
John Hager was named indirectly in memos on the nicotine content in cigarettes.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;

use file tape from Bus-Tour, 95-70; & 5-Bus-Tour, 595-24;
But Hager says he did NOT deal with nicotine research, although he was routinely sent copies of company documents.
Hagar is a tobacco industry consultant and a retired senior executive with the American Tobacco Company.
He says he's under scrutiny because he's running for statewide office.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=campaign 97


Hagar and L-F- Payne, his democratic challenger for lieutenant governor have ties to the tobacco industry. Payne is a former Fifth District Representative who defended the industry when he was in Congress.

E-Candidates


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-24
GRAPHIC=Campaign 97


Less than 24 hours of campaigning left for candidates in the Republican primary for attorney general.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;

use file tape from P-Gil-Davis, 597-27; or P-Gil-Davis, 597-22;
Gil Davis -- a Fairfax lawyer -- talked to voters at the Fairfax County fair Saturday.
Davis is best known as Paula Jones' attorney. Jones is suing President Clinton for sexual harassment. use file tape from 97-13, E-Stolle; 597-12, P-Stolle;
State Senator Kenneth Stolle spoke at a rally at a Fraternal Order of Police lodge. use file tape 97-25, P-Earley; 97-28, AG-Debate;
About 75 Henrico Republicans heard from state Senator Mark Earley of Chesapeake and former Secretary of Public Safety Jerry Kilgore of Gate City.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=hold


Fewer than ten percent of Virginia's more than three-million registered voters are expected to turn out.
The winner will oppose Democrat Bill Dolan in the November general election.

Rke-Primary


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=campaign 97


In Roanoke, a local primary may overshadow the G-O-P attorney general primary.
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VO-NAT

97-39, 6/2/97, Audits
SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape;


The contest is for the Democrat's nomination for commissioner of revenue.
Local Republican chairman Ralph Smith said many Republicans may skip their own contest to cast a ballot in the commissioner's race.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=hold


Whoever wins between incumbent Marsha Compton Fielder and challenger Sherman Holland will face the G-O-P candidate.
So far, Businessman Guy Byrd is the only Republican to announce his candidacy.

OK-TRIAL


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=ok trial


The attempt to save the life of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh has resumed in Denver.
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VO-NAT


The defense will try to humanize McVeigh when they call relatives and friends to the witness stand including McVeigh's father.
Last week the prosecution wrapped up its case that McVeigh should receive the death penalty.
The jury should get the case this week.
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WIPE WIPE WIPE

Megan-Penalty


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=wipe/wipe/wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Trenton, NJ;


Meantime, the jury that convicted Jesse Timmendequas (tih-MEHN'-deh-kwah) of killing Megan Kanka begins considering the death penalty today.
The seven- year- old's death prompted "Megan's Law", which allows community notification when a sex offender is released from prison.
Timmendequas's own family says they want the twice convicted child molester executed.
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WIPE/WIPE/WIPE

HINCKLEY-HEARING


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=wipe/wipe/wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


A furlough hearing is scheduled today for the man who tried to assassinate President Reagan in 19-81.
A Federal judge in Washington, DC, will be hearing Hinckley's request to take furloughs from St. Elizabeth hospital so he can visit his father.
Hinckley was confined at the medical facility after he was found incompetent to stand trial for the Reagan assassination attempt.
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Prom-Baby


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=aje
TAPE#net (edit of 05:08:17)
GRAPHIC=none


A 19- year- old high school graduate faces possible murder charges after giving birth in a rest room at her prom.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-News 12, New Jersey; :


Authorities say the New Jersey woman dumped the baby in a trash can and returned to the dance floor.
Prosecutors say they'll wait for autopsy results on the infant to be released later today before deciding whether to charge her with murder.
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E-MARINES-EXPLORE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#=97-26
GRAPHIC=Explore Park


It's a joint effort.
and both Virginia's Explore Park and Marine Reserves unit are benefiting.
Denise Allen explains.
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This construction crew is Bravo company, 4th Combat Engineer Battalion.
The Marine Reserves unit has been using the Explore Park as a training ground for several months.
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((CAPTAIN TED ADAMS/U.S. MARINES: THE MARINES WHO ARE STUDENTS, SALESMEN IN THEIR CIVILIAN LIVES GET A CHANCE TO GET OUT HERE AND GET ON THE EQUIPMENT AND DO THE THINGS THEY NEED TO BECOME PROFICIENT.))
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During a military operation, Bravo company is responsible for building things, working with explosives and punching in new roads.
At the Explore Park this clearing will eventually be a parking lot and reception area.
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Both the Marines and park officials say this is a win-win situation.
The Marines get a place to train and the park gets thousands of dollars of work done just for the price of fuel.
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The marine reserves are honing their construction skills while building this picnic pavilion for the park.
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This partnership between Explore and the Marine Reserves is just one of 4 like it in the country.
Capt. Adams says they're working on similar projects which he says will continue to benefit the marines as well as the Roanoke Valley.
Denise Allen News 7.))

E-Odyssey


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-30
GRAPHIC=education


An international competition could NOT daunt a group of students from Crystal Spring Elementary.
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VO-NAT
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The students got back in town last night after competing in the Odyssey of the Mind Competition in College Park, Maryland.
They presented three projects at the competition last week.
SUPER=@file;

use file tape from E-OM-Competition, 97-23;
Students were given science problems to solve using limited materials and resources.
One of their projects included the construction of a 35 gram wooden stand that can support up to 665 pounds.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=education


Crystal Spring students placed fourth in the competition that attracted youngsters from across the United States and foreign countries.
The group of 10-year olds went up against many students two grades ahead of them.

Easton


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=education


The President of Virginia's Board of Education has come under criticism because her three sons attend private schools.
Michelle Easton is heading Virginia's effort to overhaul public school standards.
The board is to conduct a preliminary vote on the overhaul in two days.
Easton's critics contend that where she sends her own kids shows her hostility to public schools.
But Easton said she should be given credit for caring about the quality of public schools even though she does NOT have a personal stake.

Education


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=education


The Board of Education's preliminary vote this week on revising public school standards will include a proposal by Governor Allen to remove the requirement for Family Life Education, generally known as sex education.
The board also is considering adding charter schools in the new standards.
The General Assembly has opposed charter schools.

Rich-Virginians


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=va state seal


Virginia's richest people were showcased in the magazine Virginia Business.
The candy-making Mars family of McLean is still number one.
It's the ninth year in a row for Forrest Mars Junior, John Mars and Jaqueline Mars Vogel.
Their fortune is estimated at 12-billion dollars.
The wealthiest individual on the list is telecommunications and media mogul John Kluge of Charlottesville.
The magazine estimated his net worth at ten-billion dollars.
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Last year's losing Senate candidate, Mark Warner, is on the list at 37th, with 130-million dollars.

E-Hale-Exhibit


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-31
GRAPHIC=none


A local photographer is bringing the world to Roanoke.
Bob Hale is showing his works at the Harrison Museum of African American Culture.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Since 19-52 Hale has been taking pictures of the urban experience.
For most of his adult life he's used a bicycle for transportation.
Hale says not having a car makes it easier to stop and take pictures.
He hopes visitors to the museum will take the time to notice the intricate details of his photographs.
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((BOB HALE/PHOTOGRAPHER: SOMETIMES YOU NEED TO LOOK IF IT'S PEOPLE, THE EYES, FACIAL EXPRESSIONS. CLOTHES CAN TELL WHAT ERA WE'RE IN AND WHAT'S IN THE BACKGROUND.))
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VO-NAT


Hale says it's all these odds and ends that make a picture interesting.
His exhibit will be at the Harrison Museum in Roanoke until November first.
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E-Trash-Pickup


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-23
GRAPHIC=none


The Roanoke Valley Resource Authority was giving away furniture yesterday, sort of...
Four times a year citizens are encouraged to "Take it or Leave it."
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


That is drop off furniture, working appliances, kitchen items--you name it.
The items are then given away the same day to anyone who wants them.
W. Guthrie picked up some furniture.
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((W. GUTHRIE: THERE'S A LOT OF NEEDY PEOPLE OUT HERE AND I RUN ACROSS A WHOLE LOT OF THEM AND SOME OF THE STUFF I FIX UP AND GIVE TO THEM.))
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VO-NAT


The object of "Take It Or Leave It" is to keep big items out of the landfill.
Organizers say this is just another type of recycling.
They're hoping the program catches on in the Roanoke Valley.
The free market occurs four times a year--twice in both the fall and spring at the Tinker Creek Transfer Station.
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Forecasts
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Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#Common Sense
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Teaching children about fiscal responsibility is NO easy task.
Len Besthoff has some tips in this week's edition of Common Sense.
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((How do you teach your child the value of money? Well Gary Collins of J-C Bradford and Company here in Martinsville has some tips for you.))
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((GARY COLLINS/STOCKBROKER-J.C. BRADFORD & CO.: YOU CAN GO TO A TOY STORE AND SAY OKAY, LITTLE JOHNNY YOU HAVE A DOLLAR- 99, YOU CAN ONLY BUY SOMETHING THAT HAS A DOLLAR- 99 WRITTEN ON IT OR LESS. AND SHOWING THEM THAT THEY CAN'T BUY THE BIGGER ITEMS. BY DOING THIS, AT SOME POINT IN TIME, THEY'LL SAY, OKAY I'LL FOREGO THE CHEAPER ITEM, TO GO A FOR A MORE EXPENSIVE ITEM YOU KNOW AND THEY'LL HAVE A SAVING PROCESS INSTILLED, AND THEN THAT WAY IT WILL BE GOOD FOR FUTURE COLLEGE SAVINGS, OR FOR CARS OR FOR CLOTHING OR FOR BIG TICKET ITEM PURCHASES. THEY'LL ALREADY HAVE THAT CONCEPT IN PLACE INSTEAD OF GOING UP TO MOM AND DAD AND SAYING GIMME, GIMME, GIMME.))
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NBA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#net (edit of S6-27)
GRAPHIC=NBA LOGO


There's no clear leader in the N-B-A finals.
Yesterday the Utah Jazz tied the series at two a piece by beating the Chicago Bulls 78 to 73.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT/NBC Sports; :


Greg Foster gets the ball under the basket for the jam to make it 65 to 61 Jazz.
But Michael Jordan hit two jumpers to tie the game.
Then with two minutes left in the game Jordan gets out on the break for the dunk and the Bulls led 71 to 66.
But the Jazz came right back.
SUPER=32-Utah/78/Chicago/73/;

John Stockton throws the ball up court to Karl Malone for the layup and the lead and Utah wins it 78 to 73.
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Race


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#net (edit of R-36)
GRAPHIC=Pocono Logo


The checkered flag at the Pocono 500 went to Jeff Gordon for his sixth win of the season.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Pocono, PA/TNN Sports; :


South Boston's Ward Burton moved to the front of the field.
On lap 57 Bobby Labonte slides down the track sideways bringing out the second caution of the day.
Ward Burton led 60 laps of the race but on lap 142 he blew an engine.
But Jeff Gordon took the lead and held it winning the Pocono 500 ahead of Jeff Burton who finished second.
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((JEFF GORDON/WINS POCONO 500: )) ((JEFF BURTON/FINISHED SECOND: ))
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=Hold Logo


Dale Jarrett finished third Mark Martin fourth and Jeremy Mayfield fifth.

Men


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-6
GRAPHIC=Hall of Fame


It took a sudden death playoff but Botetourt's Ryan Ketron is the 19-97 men's Hall of Fame champion.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


Ketron, Ryan Fox and Barry Graham finished the third round tied at 220. But Ketron chipped in from 45 feet on the first playoff hole for an eagle to win the tournament.
Ketron shot a 70 in yesterday's final round at Blue Hills.
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((RYAN KETRON/HALL OF FAME WINNER: IT'S A WONDERFUL FEELING, YOU KNOW. IT'S BEEN THREE OR FOUR YEARS SINCE I'VE BEEN CLOSE TO THE WINNER'S CIRCLE AND FINALLY I GOT BACK IN IT. SO IT REALLY FEELS GREAT.))
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Hall


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-7
GRAPHIC=Golf Logo


Dot Bolling won her second straight Hall of Fame golf tournament yesterday at the Blue Hills Golf Club.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


Bolling was declared the winner last year after rain washed out the final round but this year she shot a 79 for a total of 155 and a three stroke win over Kathy Hull.
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((DOT BOLLING/HALL OF FAME CHAMPION: ))
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American-Umpire


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


The first American umpire in Japan has struck out.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Tokyo, Japan;

10:23:28
Mike DiMuro is headed home after being poked in the chest by a batter he had tossed from a game.
From the beginning, DiMuro had it tough.
In America the umpire's word is law.
In Japan, an umpire sometimes reverses a call out of respect to a the coach who is older and wiser-- or a high profile player.
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((I HOPE THAT IF ANYTHING COMES OUT OF THIS, WHAT COMES OUT IS THAT NO PHYSICAL ASSAULTS WILL BE TOLERATED ON UMPIRES AND THEY'LL BE ABLE TO DO THEIR JOB SAFELY. ))
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VO-NAT


DiMuro says it boils down to a lack of respect. (----------------)