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VO-NAT


Pictures of women in the rat line must have encouraged other high school kids to apply to V-M-I.
Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX: new numbers of the class of two-thousand- TWO.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And what ever happened to V-WIL?
Alive and very well, thank you. We'll take a trip to Staunton tonight. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, we'll look back on yesterday's big Redskins win and take a look at how Michael Westbrook got himself out of the doghouse.
Plus, Frank Beamer is closing in on a big milestone.
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And the Baltimore Orioles get Eric Davis back in the lineup and clinch a playoff spot all in the same afternoon.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


Rain in the southside today but it was uneventful elsewhere. Forecast details and WeatherSchool for Monday on the way.

VMI


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-60
GRAPHIC=VMI


All the talk about women at Virginia Military Institute has high school girls across the country clamoring for a place in the NEXT class of rats.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lexington/August 18


Exactly four weeks after the first females arrived on post, the Institute reports that more than 3-thousand high school girls have already inquired about the class of 2002. Nearly NINE thousand BOYS have contacted the school.
The report submitted to a federal judge today also says SAT scores for the next rat class are higher than the current freshman class... by 14 percent- -at least according to the students themselves.
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VWIL


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-57
GRAPHIC=VWIL/Mary Baldwin


The Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership at Mary Baldwin College was supposed to help VMI keep its single sex-status.
It didn't work, and some dismissed it as a failure.
But Eric Earnhart reports the women of V-WIL have other ideas.
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IN Q=V-WIL students still
SUPER=03-Staunton/October 9, 1996; :00
SUPER=01-Aimee Herrera/VWIL Cadet; :11
SUPER=@Eric1; :25
SUPER=01-Brenda Bryant/VWIL Director; :44
SUPER=01-Erin Knocke/VWIL Cadet; 1:01
SUPER=03-Lexington/August 20; 1:15
RUNS=1:53
OUT Q=E.E., News 7


((V-WIL students still encounter people who are surprised the program still exists... it does, with 94 cadets on campus. Aimee Herrera is starting her third year.

SOT 4:30:37
IN Q=this is a

((AIMEE HERRERA/VWIL CADET; THIS IS A CHALLENGE FOR ME, I'M CHALLENGED EVERY DAY WITH PHYSICAL TRAINING, WITH MY ACADEMIC CLASSES, WITH MY V-WIL CLASSES, IT'S JUST A CHALLENGE EVERY DAY FOR ME ))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=for me


Standup 5:05:29
When the court rejected V-WIL as an alternative to coed education at VMI, some cadets say they felt they were tossed aside, and that hurt... but they aren't the type to give up easily.

They fought for funding, lobbied legislators, and struggled to define their OWN identity, not as a VMI spinoff, but as a MARY BALDWIN institution.

SOT 4:49:37
IN Q=each class

((BRENDA BRYANT/VWIL DIRECTOR; EACH CLASS I'VE MET NOW HAS IMPRESSED ME THE SAME WAY, WITH THEIR ENTHUSIASM, THEIR COMMITTMENT, THEIR WHERE-WITHAL TO RISE TO EVERY OCCASION. THAT'S WHAT REALLY MAKES IT WORK, THEY ARE THE HEART AND SOUL OF THE PROGRAM.))
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Their attitude attracted Blacksburg freshman Erin Knocke, who initially had her doubts.

SOT 4:32:26
IN Q=and I found

((ERIN KNOCKE/VWIL FRESHMAN/AND I FOUND OUT IT WAS JUST INCREDIBLY DIFFERENT THAN WHAT I THOUGHT AND IT WOULD BE BENEFICIAL FOR ME TO JOIN THE PROGRAM AND BUILD CONFIDENCE IN MYSELF, LEADERSHIP SKILLS, THINGS I CAN USE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. ))
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OUT Q=rest of my life



They do encounter female VMI rats at ROTC classes, but say there is no tension or animosity, though maybe some healthy competition.
Administrators expect VWIL to grow into a self-supporting program, but for now it remains a bit of a paradox... The fight AGAINST state-supported same-sex education at VMI, created EXACTLY that at Mary Baldwin.
What if a man wants to join VWIL?

SOT 4:48:34
IN Q=I do want

((BRYANT; I DO WANT TO HAVE IT DESIGNED AND IN PLACE BEFORE WE HAVE TO ENGAGE THAT QUESTION, BUT I THINK IT IS ONE WE SHOULD EXPECT TO BE ASKED... ))
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SOT 4:30:51
IN Q=If a guy

((HERRERA; IF A GUY WANTS TO ACCEPT THAT CHALLENGE...I SAY... WELCOME. ))
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OUT Q=welcome



In Staunton, Eric Earnhart, News 7))

Mason-Dixon


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-51
GRAPHIC=News 7 Poll


Despite millions of dollars of TV ads and almost daily coverage in statewide media, neither Jim Gilmore nor Don Beyer has broken out as a clear favorite in the run for governor.
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VO-NAT


According to the latest NEWS7/Mason-Dixon poll, Democrat Don Beyer pulls 43- percent support among likely voters.
Republican Jim Gilmore has 44- percent.
Thirteen percent of likely Virginia voters in the sampling are still undecided.
That's about where the poll numbers have been since January -- with the two well within the margin of error for a statistical dead heat.
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TALENT=Keith
SS=Don Beyer


Beyer holds a nine percentage point advantage with female voters.
He holds an overwhelming 59-percent advantage with black voters.
In the latest campaign finance reports filed today, Beyer holds the fundraising lead overall, with 5-point-9 million dollars raised.
SS=Jim Gilmore


Gilmore has raised almost 5-point-7 million dollars total, but beat Beyer's fundraising pace in recent weeks.
Gilmore, however, has outspent Beyer by almost a million dollars.
Gilmore had spent almost 4-point-2 million dollars by Labor Day.

L'burg-Sheriff


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-55
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg Seal


Are Lynchburg's sheriff's deputies as well- trained as the current sheriff says they are?
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


ONE man who wants to BE sheriff, Ron Gillispie, says NO.
Gillispie says incumbent Lawrence Simpson was wrong when he claimed recently that his deputies receive as much training as a county sheriff's deputy.
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SOT 15:02:59
IN Q=It is painfully

((RON GILLISPIE/LYNCHBURG SHERIFF CANDIDATE: IT IS PAINFULLY OBVIOUS THAT THE TRAINING IS DESPERATELY NEEDED. TRYING TO MISSTATE THE LEVEL OF CURRENT TRAINING ONLY SERVES TO DENY THE PROBLEM.))
SUPER=01-Ron Gillispie/Lynchburg Sheriff Candidate; :00
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=deny the problem.
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VO-NAT


Simpson claims a newspaper article misquoted him.
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SOT 15:20:48
IN Q=The statement

((LAWRENCE SIMPSON/LYNCHBURG SHERIFF: THE STATEMENT IN THE NEWSPAPER WAS NOT TRUTHFUL IN THAT I DID NOT MAKE THAT STATEMENT. I KNOW BETTER, I'M NOT ONE WHO MISSTATES THINGS.))
SUPER=01-Lawrence Simpson/Lynchburg Sheriff; :00
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=who misstates things.
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Simpson says he meant his staff receives the same amount of courtroom and jail training as a county deputy.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Are Virginia public high school students getting the education they need to succeed in college? That story is coming up on News 7 at Six.
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and one group of area high schoolers is finding it hard to part with a biology project--raising Monarch butterflies.
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Danville-Fire


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-62
GRAPHIC=Lawsuit


More than 80 Danville firefighters are taking the city to court over pay issues.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/File;


The firefighters claim they must work during their meal hours, even though they are not paid.
They also say the department is not paying them the right amount of overtime.
Chief B-G Lewis says if a fire occurs during a meal break, the firefighters must respond but can take the rest of their break later.
City Attorney Tim Spencer says the firefighters agreed to the pay terms more than ten years ago.
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Diet-Drugs


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#97-59
GRAPHIC=Diet Drug Recall
If you're using the diet drugs Dexfenfluramine, also called Redux--- of

Fenfluramine, HALF of the so-called "Fen-Phen" duo.... the government wants you to stop.
The drug's manufacturer is pulling the two products off the shelves.
Connie Stevens has area reaction.
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IN Q=The news came
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SUPER=01-Bonny Lee/Center for Bariatric Medicine; :30
SUPER=01-Lee Ann King/Health Management Center; :56
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OUT Q=CS, News 7.

((
The news came as a shock, even within the weight loss community:
Though the drugs had certainly come under fire in connection with potentially fatal heart-lung problems, they weren't expected to be pulled from the pharmacies.
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SOT 15:02:03
IN Q=We are taking

((JOHN STAFFORD/AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS/WYETH-AYERST: WE ARE TAKING THIS ACTION ON THE BASIS OF NEW AND PRELIMINARY INFORMATION REGARDING POSSIBLE HEART VALVE ABNORMALITIES IN PATIENTS USING THOSE MEDICATIONS. ))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=those medications.


At Roanoke's Center for Bariatric Medicine, Bonny Lee suggests alternative medications for obesity patients.
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SOT 12:18:11
IN Q=There are

((BONNY LEE/CENTER FOR BARIATRIC MEDICINE: THERE ARE DRUGS THAT CAN BE USED ALONE. SEVERAL DRUGS, WE USE THAT ALONE, WE USE MAZENDOL, IS ANOTHER DRUG THAT WE CAN BE USED. THERE ARE THINGS THAT CAN BE USED. BY THEMSELVES. THE FENFLURAMINE AND DEXFENFLURAMINE ARE JUST NOT GOING TO BE AVAILABLE.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=to be available


Many patients may have to rely on the lifestyle changes that should have accompanied the medications-- changes that just may stick, with some determination.
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SOT 13:00:53
IN Q=If you have

((LEE ANN KING/CENTER FOR BARIATRIC MEDICINE: IF YOU HAVE TO DISCONTINUE THEM, KEEP IN MIND THAT IT WASN'T JUST THE MEDICATIONS THAT WORKED. IT'S MANY OF THE OTHER THINGS, THE EXERCISE THAT YOU CAN MAKE PART OF YOUR DAILY LIFESTYLE, THE FOOD CHOICES THAT YOU MAKE, MANY PEOPLE DO AND IT WORKS.))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=it works.


Contact your doctor, if you're worried about your own risk from either of these medications.
There are other issues to worry about-- as excess body weight carries its own risks.
Obesity increases the odds of developing high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, sleep apnea and cancer.
Connie Stevens, News 7.))

Virginia-Students


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-58
GRAPHIC=Education


Roanoke County public school officials say don't let the numbers fool you when it comes to sizing up the qualifications of recent high school graduates.
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VO-NAT


The latest report by the State Council on Higher Education reveals that about 25-percent of public high school students need to take basic math, English and reading classes when they enter college.
The council's report found that more than 90-percent of remedial education occurs in community colleges.
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


But educators argue the findings are based on data that's gathered inaccurately.
They say the study does not take into account students who enter college after being in the working world for a number of years.
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SOT 5:22:16:21
IN Q=It leaves

((JULIAN ARCHER/DEAN OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS:IT LEAVES THE IMPLICATION THAT THESE STUDENTS TOOK COURSES IN HIGHS SCHOOL AND DIDN;T OBTAIN ADEQUATE PREPARATION AND THATS' NOT SO IN MANY CASES. MORE THAN LIKELY THEY JUST DIDN'T TAKE A CERTAIN COURSE THAT THEY NEEDED FOR A CAREER THAT THEY NOW WANT TO CONSIDER.))
SUPER=01-Julian Archer/VWCC Dean of Academic Affairs;
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=want to consider
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VO-NAT


Roanoke County Administrators say they've been told the state council is taking another look at the methods used for collecting information for the state report.
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Stocks


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


A down session on Wall Street to start off the week-- TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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Monarch-Butterflies


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-53
GRAPHIC=None


A group of Radford High school biology students IS taking part in a nationwide research project.
They're raising and releasing one of the world's most captivating insects.
Teresa Hamilton has the story.
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SOT
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complete)
SUPER=01-Frank Taylor/Biology Teacher; :45
SUPER=02-Mark Hestei/Biology Student; 1:04 QUICK!!!!!
SUPER=01-April Cox/Biology Student; 1:18 QUICK!!!!
SUPER=@Teresa2; 1:28
RUNS=1:35
OUT Q=NEWS 7, Radford.

((
Monarch butterflies are one of nature's most prized possessions.
They're NOT only beautiful but also fascinating-- for the unique way they enter the world.
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10:05:55
SOT
IN Q=These are

((KELLIE BANKS/BIOLOGY STUDENT:THESE ARE CATERPILLAR EGGS AND IT TAKES THEM ABOUT FOUR TO FIVE DAYS TO HATCH OUT INTO THESE CATERPILLARS, BLACK AND WHITE AND GOLD STRIPPED, CATERPILLARS.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=caterpillars.


From there-- the caterpillars develop a "chrysalis".
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10:11:13
SOT
IN Q=When they

((DAVID HALL/BIOLOGY STUDENT:WHEN THEY COME OUT, AND THEY'RE FULLY DEVELOPED, THEY START LOOKING LIKE THIS, THEIR WINGS TURN THIS ORANGE COLOR, THEY GET SPOTS AND, ON THE INSIDE OF THE WING, YOU CAN TELL IF IT'S MALE OR FEMALE BECAUSE MALES HAVE TWO LITTLE DOTS ON THEIR BOTTOM SIDE. ))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=bottom side.


The 10-th graders gained their knowledge from Frank Taylor-- who's Radford high school classroom is more like a laboratory.
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10:59:07
SOT
IN Q=When I

((FRANK TAYLOR/BIOLOGY TEACHER: WHEN I CAN JUST STEP BACK FROM THE CLASS AND JUST WATCH THE CLASS RUN ITSELF, AND WATCH THE STUDENTS INVOLVED, IN THE DOING, TO ME THAT'S THE BEST PART. ))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=the best part.


The student's research is part of a nationwide project to help scientists learn more about the monarch migration-- which has been called an "endangered phenomenon'.
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10:29:24
SOT
IN Q=They're

((MARK HESTEI/BIOLOGY STUDENT: THEY'RE USUALLY ATTRACTED TO BRIGHT COLORS, LIKE THE FLOWERS, SO WE HAD TO PUT A YELLOW THING, RIGHT THERE, SO TO GET THEM TO GO TO IT AND FEED AND SO ON. ))
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OUT Q=so on.


The students not only raise the butterflies but also tag them for release.
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10:16:46
SOT
IN Q=We write

((APRIL COX/BIOLOGY STUDENT:WE WRITE DOWN WHETHER ITS MALE OR FEMALE AND THE NUMBER OF THE TAG BECAUSE THE MONARCH'S FROM OUR AREA TRAVEL DOWN TO A SMALL FOREST IN MEXICO. ))
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OUT Q=in Mexico.

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SOT
IN Q=So where

((VOICE OF FRANK TAYLOR/BIOLOGY TEACHER: HOW MANY ARE GOING TO MAKE IT? STUDENTS SPEAK: ALL OF THEM!! ))
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=all of them.


The project was made possible by a 12- thousand dollar grant from GTE.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Radford.))

Sports Tease


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


Coming your way tonight in sports, the Orioles look to wrap up a spot in the playoffs this afternoon, Frank Beamer is closing in on a record, and we'll recap yesterday's
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big win by the Redskins as Frerotte and Westbrook finally get on the same page to deal the Cards an overtime loss at the new Jack Kent Cooke Stadium.
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS97-1
GRAPHIC=REDSKINS


The Washington Redskins have a earned a much deserved off weekend this coming Sunday after working overtime yesterday
SS=Redskins/Cardinals


to beat the Cardinals in the first ever game at the brand new Jack Kent Cooke stadium.
The 19-to-13 win not only capped off an emotional day, but it also helped get one player in particular get out of the dog house.
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SOT
IN Q=FIRST AUDIO
SUPER=03-Raljon, MD/Cardinals vs. Redskins; :00
SUPER=03-Ashburn/August 19th; :10
SUPER=01-Michael Westbrook/Two Touchdown Catches Sunday; :14
SUPER=03-Ann Arbor, MI/1994; :43
SUPER=01-Gus Frerotte/2 Touchdowns Passes Sunday; :58
SUPER=01-Ken Harvey/Redskins Linebacker; 1:27
SUPER=01-Mike Nolan/Redskins Defensive Coordinator; 1:35
RUNS=1:42
OUT Q=...played together."
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((Michael Westbrook received hugs, high fives and cheers after yesterday's win from the same players and fans who looked on in horror less than month ago when he pummelled teammate Stephen Davis during practice. ((MICHAEL WESTBROOK:))
Westbrook's two touchdown day on Sunday, that included this 40 yarder in overtime to clinch the 19-to-13 win over Arizona ended an eventful day for the third year receiver that started about 3am Sunday when he was awoke sick with chills and a high fever.
It also helped him finally showcase the skills the Skins knew he possessed ever since they saw him catch this now infamous hail mary from college teammate Kordell Stewart to beat Michigan back in 1994 ((GUS FREROTTE:))
Overlooked in the Skins win yesterday was the improved play of the defense that batted down 10 Cardinal passes, didn't give up a touchdown, and also forced the key fumble in overtime that set up Westbrook's catch.)) ((KEN HARVEY:)) ((MIKE NOLAN:))


S-Oster


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-1
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#


The members of the Redskins' defense weren't the only ones working extra hard to get their jobs done yesterday.
Salem Avalanche general manager Dave Oster was also there, but not to watch the game.
His expertise in opening stadiums and running concessions made him a natural hire for the opening day festivities.
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IN Q="I WAS UP...

((DAVE OSTER/AVALANCHE GENERAL MANAGER:))
SUPER=01-Dave Oster/Avalanche General Manager; :00
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OUT Q=...it here."
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S-Luxury


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-14
GRAPHIC=none
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And coming up tonight on News 7 at 11, photographer Scott Ayres and I will give you a tour of the stadium and let you see what it's like inside one of the $160 thousand dollar a year sky boxes.
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S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-15
GRAPHIC=ORIOLES/INDIANS


The Baltimore Orioles are the first team in the majors to clinch a spot in the playoffs.
The O's did so today by beating the Indians 6-to-5.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/Indians vs. Orioles; :00


The O's got a major lift today when Eric Davis returned to the lineup for the first time since undergoing colon cancer surgery in June. Eric went 0-for-3.
But that was OK because Jeffrey Hammonds took care of business in the seventh
inning with a massive 460 foot SUPER=35-Cleveland/5/Baltimore/6;

two run homer to lift the O's to the 6-to-5 win over the Indians.
Baltimore now has 91 wins.
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S-Beamer


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#TF97-1
GRAPHIC=TECH FOOTBALL


The Virginia Tech Hokies are still climbing the national polls as they get set tot make Temple "road Kill" on this week's road trip to Philadelphia.
With a win Frank Beamer will tie Bill Dooley as the winningest coach in Tech history with 64 victories.
Unbelievable for a man who'se teams won a total of 5 games his first two years.
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SOT
IN Q="It's...

((FRANK BEAMER/63 CAREER WINS AT TECH:))
SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/63 Career Wins at Tech; :00
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Promo
ANCHOR=Keith
(toss to Jean)
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#Promo


They're moving along with the restoration of a Confederate general's home in Franklin County.
Double Boxes=Keith and Jean/Newsroom


Jean Jadhon has another piece of Civil War history.
Live=Jean Full/Newsroom
SUPER=@Jean1;


Keith for the past few years preservationists have raised money to save
(JEW-BULL) Jubal Early's boyhood home.
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VO-NAT


Now you can see some progress has been made.
The house's slate roof has had a major makeover.
The subcontractor doing the work: Don Early, the great-great grandson of Jubal Early.
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SOT 12:41:06
IN Q=Trying

((DON EARLY/GEN. EARLY'S GREAT GREAT GRANDSON: TRYING TO GET IT IN TO LOOK LIKE IT'S ALL ORIGINAL AND GET RID OF SOME OF THE RUST ON THE ROOF FROM NOT BEING MAINTENANCED PROPERLY FROM THE METAL TO THE CAPPING AND ALL, IT TAKES A LITTLE WORK.))
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=little work.
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VO-NAT


Preservationists want to raise one million-dollars for the project, which also includes plans for a historical museum.
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Talent=Jean


We'll have the story, plus all the latest news, weather, and sports tonight on News 7 at 11--Keith?
Talent=Keith

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