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Coming up on News 7 at ELEVEN--
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An accident in Roanoke County injures three people-- and leaves traffic backed up for miles.
President Clinton has launched a campaign against racism with a defense of affirmative action.
And the jurors who convicted and condemned Timothy McVeigh to death say they have one question for him.
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ANCHOR=Connie


It's coming up on News 7.

Race-Relations


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE# NET A
GRAPHIC=Bill Clinton


Good evening, I'm Connie Stevens. Eric Earnhart has the night off.
President Clinton is calling on Americans to help build a more perfect, more tolerant, union-- one America, absent of bigotry and hate.
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Speaking at a commencement address in San Diego, Clinton said racial issues are dividing the country.
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((NOW, WHEN THERE IS MORE CAUSE FOR HOPE THAN FEAR, WHEN WE ARE NOT DRIVEN TO IT BY SOME EMERGENCY OR SOCIAL CATACLYSM. NOW IS THE TIME WE SHOULD LEARN TOGETHER, TALK TOGETHER AND ACT TOGETHER TO BUILD ONE AMERICA. ))
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Clinton used the opportunity to kick-off a year-long campaign to get Americans to talk about race.
He also reminded the nation that 50 years from now, there will be no majority race.
Right now, whites make up more than 73-percent of the population.
In the next century, that number will shrink to 50-percent-- while all minority groups continue to grow.
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React


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE# NET-B
GRAPHIC=Race Relations


To announce his initiative, Clinton chose Scripps Institute in California-- that state voted to end racial quotas in government and education.
Today-- Clinton called that a mistake, and warned of re-segregation.
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The leader of that affirmative action ban immediately took issue with the President.
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IN Q=Discrimination is wrong.

(( WARD CONNERLY: DISCRIMINATION IS WRONG. THE COURTS ARE SAYING IT'S WRONG. THE PEOPLE ARE SAYING IT'S WRONG. AND WE'RE SAYING WHEN YOU USE RACE, WHETHER IT'S TO BUILD DIVERSITY OR KEEP IT DOWN, IT'S ALL THE SAME THING. ))
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At the other end of the spectrum there's a fear that the President's initiative will be a lot of talk, and not enough action.
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SOT 20:28:40
IN Q=For four and a

((RON WALTERS, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND POLITICAL SCIENTIST: FOR FOUR AND A HALF YEARS HE USED RACE REALLY AS A FOIL FOR OTHER POLITICAL OBJECTIVES AND SO ONE OF THE CHALLENGES HE'S GOT NOW IS REALLY TO CONVINCE - NOT ONLY BLACKS BUT OTHER PEOPLE - THAT HE'S REALLY SERIOUS ABOUT THIS. ))
SUPER=01-Ron Walters/Political Scientist; :
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OUT Q=about this.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=Race Relations


Clinton's campaign will include town hall meetings and monthly events on race and its divisions.

McVeigh-Jurors


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#=NET D
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Jurors who convicted Timothy McVeigh in the Oklahoma City bombing trial-- and then condemned him to die by injection-- say careful thought went into their deliberations.
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VO-NAT
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Eleven of the 12 jurors appeared at a Denver news conference.
They say, now, they just want to ask McVeigh-- WHY?
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SOT 20:47:16
IN Q=I would have liked

((RUTH MEIER/JURY MEMBER: I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO HAVE HEARD FROM HIM, TO HAVE KNOWN WHEN IN HIS LIFE HE CHANGED )) ((ROGER BROWN/JURY MEMBER: YOU GO INTO THIS ASSUMING THAT MR. MCVEIGH IS INNOCENT. AND THE PROSECUTION OVERWHELMED US WITH TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE. I KNOW THAT TO ME PERSONALLY, THE MOST SHOCKING BLOW WAS THAT, YEAH, HE'S GUILTY.))
SUPER=01-Ruth Meier/Jury Member; :00
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When asked if they'd ever want to serve on another jury, they answered with a resounding "NO."
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Salem-Ax


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=dse
TAPE#97-21
GRAPHIC=Accident


Three people are hospitalized tonight following a head-on collision in Roanoke County.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The wreck happened just before four o'clock this afternoon near the intersection of Lost Hollow Drive and Catawba Valley Road.
A station-wagon... heading south-- crossed the center-line and hit a pick-up truck, head-on.
North bound traffic was at a standstill for more than two hours-- backed up for several miles.
Three people were injured in the accident, two critically.
Police are not releasing their names, but they say charges are pending against the driver of the station wagon.
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Chatham-Hill


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-42
GRAPHIC=Housing


Tenants of Roanoke's Chatham Hills say maintenance problems are making their apartments an unfit place to live.
They say that many of these problems have been around for years.
Denise Allen has more.
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((Joyce Gardner says she's been trying to get her bathroom repaired since she moved in to Chatham Hills Apartments nearly two years ago.
But the plumbing problems became more urgent in December when water started seeping out from underneath the walls.
She says she's going to withhold her rent until the repairs are made.
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((JOYCE GARDNER/RESIDENT: THEY WANT TO TAKE ME TO COURT WHEN I OWE THEM MONEY. I'M GOING TO TAKE THEM TO COURT THIS MONTH CAUSE THERE'S NO SENSE IN THIS. ALL I ASKED THEM IS TO DO SOMETHING WITH THIS WATER.))
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Other residents from the four buildings that make up the Chatham Hills Apartment complex have had similar complaints.
They say these steps have been in dangerous disrepair for nearly four months.
Shakeba Macmillan and her son have lived here six months and still she says she's waiting for maintenance to repair holes in the wall, bathroom fixtures and the stove--only one out of four burners works.
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((SHAKEBA MACMILLAN/RESIDENT: I'VE CALLED. I'VE GIVEN THEM COMPLAINTS. I TOOK IT TO LEGAL AIDE AND THAT'S WHEN THEY CAME AND PUT EYES IN HERE BUT THEY NEVER GOT THEM WORKING.))
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((NOT FIXING THE APARTMENTS UP TO WHERE PEOPLE CAN LIVE ACCORDINGLY IN A FASHION TO WHERE THEY'RE PROUD TO PAY THEIR RENT TO LIVE IN A FASHION WHERE THEY DON'T FEEL LIKE THEY'RE COMING HOME TO A WAR ZONE.))
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Shakeba Mcmillan says she's going to try to get out of her lease.
While Joyce Gardner says this apartment is affordable and located close to her two jobs so she's going to fight to get the repairs done.
Hall and Associates is in charge of renting the property.
The company has referred all comments to the property manager.
And he is out of town.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Southwest-Meeting


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-35
GRAPHIC=none


Some residents of Old Southwest Roanoke want to make their neighborhood an
unfriendly place---for CRIMINALS. Over the years residents on Day and

Marshall Avenues have worked to clean up the community.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The effort is spreading to Elm Avenue where residents hope to get neighbors and businesses involved in the "take back the neighborhood" effort.
Management of the Village Store is trying to keep their lot clean and stop the loitering.
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((DIPEN SHAH/THE VILLAGE STORE: WE USUALLY MAKE ROUNDS EVERY 15 TO 20 MINUTES JUST TO MAKE SURE NOBODY'S HANGING AROUND THE PLACES WE CAN SEE FROM INSIDE THE STORE. IF THERE IS ANYBODY WE ASK THEM TO LEAVE.))
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In a meeting today residents talked about recruiting members for a neighborhood watch.
They also say people can help police fight crime by taking license plate numbers of suspected drug dealers.
The residents hope by uniting they'll make their community a safer place to live.
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DEQ-Folo


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=cst
TAPE#=97-45
GRAPHIC=none


The federal government is making good on a threat-- it's withholding anti-pollution funds from the Commonwealth.
The Environmental Protection Agency is keeping more than a million dollars in funds, until there's more investigation into the reorganization of the state Department of Environmental Quality.
The D-E-Q laid off 29 managers this spring,
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including computer experts involved in filing reports to the E-P-A on industry pollution.
New jobs were created, for which they could apply.
A D-E-Q spokesman says the agency is now working to fulfill the E-P-A requests for information-- dating back to 19-94.
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Still to come on News 7 at Eleven-- find out how much money your boss makes, by cruising the internet.
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And, more information from an investigation of a balcony collapse at the University of Virginia.
Now, here's Andrew Freiden with a quick look at the weekend's weather.
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Pickup-Kid


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-28
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


According to published reports Montgomery County officials have charged an Elliston man with involuntary manslaughter...
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use file tape from 97-34 Mont. Ax folo; 597-25, 5-Trucks-Belt for a car accident that left a 7-year old girl dead.
Christopher Fisher was driving a pick-up truck along route 460 when he crashed into another car about three weeks ago.
Samantha Rentch was thrown from the bed of the truck when the accident happened.
She died at the scene.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=none


Police also charged Fisher with drunk driving shortly after the accident.

Ironto-Folo


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-29
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


Investigators believe they may have found the weapon used to kill a Roanoke County man.
57 year old Estel (ES-tull) Singleton was robbed and shot at the Ironto rest stop in April.
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33-year-old Livingston "Bud" Pritchett was arrested last month on capital murder and robbery charges.
According to published reports-- a search warrant filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court stated that forensic tests matched the bullet found in Singleton's body to the gun authorities recovered in Pritchett's hotel room.
The warrant was filed to get a blood sample from Pritchett.
Authorities say there appeared to be blood on the pistol.
Test will be done to determine if it IS blood and whether or not it's the victim's.
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WebWatch


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=eea
TAPE#WebWatch
GRAPHIC=Web Watch


Ever wonder how much your boss makes?
If you work for one of the nation's top 800 publicly held companies, you can check out their paycheck on-line.
Eric Earnhart has more in this week's edition of WebWatch.
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((Forbes Magazine's Digital Tool site has a search engine that lists the salaries of the nation's top 800 companies.
Type in the company name, and the site lists the CEO, his compensation package, and where he ranks financially in that business category.

You can't sneak onto a space shuttle, but NASA says a Delaware teen did the next best thing, hacking into their web site.
The teen allegedly got into the site for the Marshall Space Flight Center, posting messages that called government officials "extremely stupid".
His computer has been confiscated.

Here's an unusual site we've uncovered...
It's John F. Kennedy's last will and testament.
The Suffolk County Register of Probate put up the document to mark the anniversary of Kennedy's birth, 80 years last month.
To find out more about our 35th President, and to visit the other sites we've featured, click on webwatch at the WDBJ-7 home page, at WWW-dot-WDBJ7-dot-com.
Eric Earnhart, News7))

UVA-Balcony


ANCHOR=Connie
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TAPE#=NET C
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A consulting firm continues looking into the balcony collapse that left one woman dead at the University of Virginia's commencement last month.
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SUPER=04-May 18; :


The company's initial report shows the structure was sound-- except for the one corroded support rod.
The university's inspection practices have come under scrutiny since the 175-year-old balcony collapsed May 18th.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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The final report on the accident is expected this summer.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Coming up next on News 7 at Eleven, we'll show you how a local group is helping to protect Roanoke's watersheds.
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And, Lee Ann Rimes heads a long list of popular country singers at a music festival.
Stay tuned for that story and more when News 7 at Eleven returns.
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On-Record


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-37
GRAPHIC=On Record


On Monday, the Western Virginia Land Trust will encourage the city of Roanoke to grant "conservation easements," to help protect the city's main watersheds on Mill Mountain and Carvin's Cove.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The group is new to the Roanoke Valley, but has a successful track record across the country.
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((RUPERT CUTLER/WESTERN VIRGINIA LAND TRUST: IT REPRESENTS A GRASS ROOTS MOVEMENT THAT IS SWEEPING THE COUNTRY OF VOLUNTARY LOCAL CITIZENS WHO SEE THE NEED TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT UNPLANNED CHAOTIC URBAN SPRAWL.))
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Its mission is to preserve landscapes, green spaces, and historic resources.
The primary tool the group uses is voluntary conservation easement which limits development on the property in exchange for tax benefits.
To hear more about the Western Virginia Land Trust, and the growing use of conservation easements, watch the public affairs program On Record, Sunday Morning at 11.
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AEP


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=AEP


American Electric Power customers may soon be paying more.
The company has filed a request with the state, hoping to raise its rates by nearly five percent.
The increase would generate an extra 30 point five million dollars for A-E-P.
A company spokesperson maintains A-E-P rates remain among the lowest in the nation.
If approved, the rate hike will take effect in November.



Death-Tax


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-26
GRAPHIC=Taxes


Farms are often kept in a family, passed down from generation to generation.
In many cases, however, large estate taxes or inheritance taxes levied on farms leave the new owners unable to continue the family business.
But, one group of farmers is trying to change all of that.
Stacey Martin has the story.
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((
Richard Jeter just celebrated his 80th birthday last month. After a lifetime of hard work, he is concerned about the future of his family farm.
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((RICHARD JETER/FARMER; THIS PART OF THE COUNTY IS HIGH PRICED LAND. AND, THEY PUT THE PRICE ON IT WHERE IT SEEMS TO ME IT'S KIND OF IMPOSSIBLE. YOU COULDN'T FARM IT FOR WHAT THEY PRICE IT FOR.))
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The "price" he's talking about is the assessment for the estate tax--money that must be paid to the federal government once a farm is handed down from one generation to the next.
Currently, farmers can take a 600,000 dollar exemption, but for many that's not enough--they end up selling much of their land in order to pay the tax, leaving them in some cases unable to continue the family business.
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((NED JETER/5TH GENERATION FARMER; IT JUST DOESN'T SEEM RIGHT FOR SOMEONE, LET'S SAY A FARMER TO LIVE HIS WHOLE LIFE AND PAY THE TAXES AND KEEP THE FARM UP AND THEN AT HIS DEATH FOR A FARM TO BE PASSED ON TO SOMEONE ELSE FOR A BIG TAX TO HIT WHEN TAXES HAVE BEEN PAID OVER THE YEARS ON THE FARM. IT JUST DOESN'T SEEM RIGHT.))
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Ned Jeter and other area farmers are hoping to challenge the current legislation.
They're leading the "Kill the Death Tax Campaign," a letter-writing effort that's now nationwide.
The new budget passed by President Clinton and the Republican Congress already includes an effort to reform the estate tax, but many farmers say that's not good enough and more needs to be done.
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((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING; JUNE 30TH IS THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT THE LETTERS, AFTER THAT FARMERS SAY THEY PLAN TO TAKE THEIR CAMPAIGN TO WASHINGTON WHERE THEY'LL ASK THEIR CONGRESSMEN TO NOT JUST REFORM THE ESTATE TAX BUT GET RID OF IT ALTOGETHER. STACEY MARTIN NEWS 7, BOTETOURT COUNTY.))
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For more information on this campaign, contact your local Farm Bureau or the American Farm Bureau Federation.
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S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=Roy
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TAPE#CL-97
GRAPHIC=Avalanche Logo


The Salem Avalanche was at home tonight going for their third straight win while hosting the Winston-Salem Warthogs.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Avalanche vs Warthogs; :


Avalanche mascot Mugsy the Dog having a good time at the park.
In the bottom of the fourth, Salem's David Foyerstein hits a shot to right centerfield for a single scoring Forry Wells from third Salem led 3 to 1.
The Warthogs got on the board again in the top of the fifth. Raymon Gomez singles to right field scoring Brent Wilhelm to make the score 4 to 2 Salem.
In the bottom of the sixth, Salem gets on the board Vicente Garcia hits it down the third base line Foyerstein scores from third and the Avalanche wins it 5 to 2.
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ANCHOR=Roy
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Salem won the second game with the Warthogs tonight 7 to 5.

S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-6
GRAPHIC=Orioles/Braves


Chris Hoiles drove in the winning run in the 12-th to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 6 to 4 win over the Atlanta Braves.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/FOX SPORTS; :


Mike Mussina on the hill for the Orioles.
In the bottom of the sixth, Atlanta's Javey Lopez hits this solo homer over the left field wall to make it 3 to 1 Braves.
But the Orioles rallied in the top of the seventh. Brady Anderson getting all of this pitch for a two run homer over the right field wall to tie it at 3 to 3.
Then in the top of the 8-th Rafael Palmiero sends this pitch over the left centerfield wall for a solo homer to make it 4 to 3 Orioles.
It was tied 4 to 4 but in the top SUPER=35-Baltimore/6/Atlanta/4/;of the

12-th Hoiles hits this shot off the wall in right field for a two run double and the Orioles win it 6 to 4 in 12.
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S-Indians


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-7
GRAPHIC=Indians/Cards


The Cleveland Indians came from behind to beat the St. Louis Cardinals this afternoon 8 to 3.
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SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/FOX SPORTS; :


The Indians trailed by one after two.
Then in the bottom of the fourth John Mabry sends this pitch over the right centerfield wall for a solo homer to give the Cardinals a 2 to nothing lead.
But the Indians took control in the seventh. Jim Thome hits this two run double to left centerfield and the game was tied at 3 to 3.
Then in the 8-th Cleveland's SUPER=35-Cleveland/8/St. Louis/3/;Marquis

Grissom hits this pitch up the middle scoring a run to make it 4 to 3 Cleveland and the Indians win it 8 to 3.
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-8
GRAPHIC=NONE
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SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX SPORTS; :


In New York, Mark Clark had a no hitter broken up in the 8-th but he hit his first major league homer in the fifth to lead the Mets over the Red Sox.
Now, Here's the rest of the interleague scores.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, The Bulls talk about the future the Jazz returns home to a warm welcome.
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And the athletic programs at the University of Virginia received a huge gift from an alumnus this afternoon.
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-4
GRAPHIC=UVA Football


The Athletic programs at the University of Virginia and Clinch Valley College, the University's only branch received a big gift today.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :


This afternoon the University of Virginia announced that Carl W. Smith a native of Wise, Virginia and Alumnus of U-V-A made a gift of 25 million to the University.
2-Million goes to Clinch Valley for a football facility on its campus. The remainder of the money will be used for a 16-thousand seat addition to Scott Stadium.
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((GEORGE WELSH/UVA HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: )) ((TERRY HOLLAND/UVA ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ))
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ANCHOR=Roy
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The gift is the largest in the history of U-V-A and Clinch Valley.

S-Open


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-9
GRAPHIC=PGA LOGO


Rain delayed today's round at the U-S Open and 21 players failed to finish their round.
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SUPER=03-Bethesda, MD/NBC SPORTS; :


But when the round was called because of darkness Jeff Maggert was the leader at four under par. He held a one shot lead through 14 holes.
Hal Sutton had one of the shots of the day. From the fairway on the 8-th hole Sutton drops this shot right in the cup for an eagle. Sutton Stewart Cink and Tommy Tolles were one under par late in the round.
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold Logo


Colin Montgomerie is two under through 16 while Tiger Woods bogeyed his final hold of the day. He's at four over through 16.

S-Future


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-3
GRAPHIC=Chicago Bulls


While the Bulls celebrate their fifth N-B-A championship there's still some work to be done.
The Organization must decide if its going to keep head coach Phil Jackson, Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman for another run at their sixth championship.
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SOT
IN Q="I think...

((MICHAEL JORDAN/FINALS MVP: )) ((SCOTTIE PIPPEN/BULLS FORWARD: ))
SUPER=01-Michael Jordan/Finals M-V-P; :00
SUPER=01-Scottie Pippen/Bulls Forward; :25
RUNS=:40
OUT Q=..........us together."
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S-Jazz


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-10
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT; :


The Jazz returned home to Salt Lake City today and received a warm welcome from their fans despite losing to Chicago in the N-B-A finals.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q="They've given...

((JEFF HORNACEK/JAZZ GUARD: ))
SUPER=01-Jeff Hornacek/Jazz Guard; :
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=.....BEHIND US."
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Bill Elliott led second round qualifying at Michigan for tomorrow's Miller 400.
He will start 26-th after posting a speed of 183 point 192 miles per hour. Now here's positions 26 through 48.
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WIPE TO QUALIFYING
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5013;
SUPER=0107-26. Bill Elliott/183.192/27. Ward Burton//28 Billy Standridge//29.

David Green//30. Ken Schrader//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-31. Rick Wilson//32. Jerry Nadeau//33. Kenny Wallace//34. Ricky

Rudd//35. Brett Bodine//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-36. Lake Speed//37. Hut Stricklin//38. Michael Waltrip//39. Mike

Wallace//40. Morgan Shepherd//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-41. Derrike Cope//42. John Andretti//43. Ed Berrier//44. Darrell

Waltrip//45. Kyle Petty//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-46. Greg Sacks//47. Garry Bradberry//48. Rick Mast//;
RUNS=:25
OUT Q=.....LAST CAR.
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Country-Concert


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#=NET-E
GRAPHIC=none


It's a country-music lovers dream team-- CountryFest '97 has kicked off in Fort Worth, Texas.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Fort Worth, TX; :


Hundreds of thousands of fans are kicking up the dust, enduring the Texas heat.
The star-lineup includes LeAnn Rimes, Vince Gill, Hank Williams Jr, Wynona, Travis Tritt-- and lots of others. (-----------------) 250-thousand people are expected to turn out by day's end tomorrow.