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Up next on News 7 at Six... police are trying to find out who shot a Roanoke teen this afternoon.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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And before you bag that buck when hunting season starts tomorrow... make sure you know the rules...


Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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In sports, The Winston Cup Points title was decided at the Atlanta Motor Speedway this afternoon scores and highlights from the N-F-L
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And the Virginia Cavaliers open their basketball season tonight in Richmond.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Andrew
SS=None


The snow in the Mountains changes to flurries, and we're heading toward record lows tonight.
The complete weather story is coming up.

Roanoke-shot


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-69
GRAPHIC=Shooting


A teenager was shot while standing on a Northwest Roanoke street corner this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The 17 year old boy was shot once in the neck.
He told police someone tried to rob him.
Officers found a single shell casing on the ground at the corner of 18th and Hanover.
From there, they say the victim ran to a friends house and called for help.
He was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Police are interviewing witnesses this evening... so far no arrests have been made.
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Allen-CarTax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-71
GRAPHIC=Jim Gilmore


Jim Gilmore is getting some help from Governor Allen to end the car tax.
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use file tape from Allen-Drought, 95-67
In his last state budget, Allen plans to include money to help pay for the first two years while the car tax is being phased out.
Allen announced his plans at a meeting with key members of the General Assembly leadership yesterday.
Without the money, as a new governor it would be difficult for Gilmore to find the funds he needs in Allen's spending package to phase out the tax.
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Voter-Stats


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-74
GRAPHIC=Voting


The voter-turnout numbers are in from the last election, and the figures seem to be related to income and education levels.
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use file from Voter-Turnout, 97-68
According to pollsters fewer than one in five voters with high school diplomas and no college education cast a ballot on November fourth.
On the other hand, more than half of those with a college education and earning more than 50-thousand dollars showed up at the polls.
The wealthier the voter the more likely they voted Republican say some analysts.
They also claim that the dismal voter turnout among those of lower income and less education helped the Republican party win all three of the top state offices.
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Hunting-Season


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-75
GRAPHIC=Hunting Season


Hunters across Virginia will be trying to bag a buck tomorrow.
That's when the General Firearms Deer Season opens.
Denise Allen has more.
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SUPER=01-Chad Green/Trebark Outfitters Inc.; :06
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((This is the prize hunters want to bring home.
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((CHAD GREEN/TREBARK OUTFITTERS INC.: IT'S GOING TO BE A GOOD YEAR. FOOD IS SCARCE BUT IT'S PROBABLY THE FIRST YEAR IN A WHILE I'VE SEEN MORE BUCKS THAN DOE AND IT'S A GOOD BUCK POPULATION OUT.))
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But bagging a buck does come with some risk and responsibility.
Game Wardens say there's already been one shooting accident this season.
Hunters 15 years of age and under have to take hunter education and blaze orange is among the many requirements.
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SOT #1 9:26:46
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((DAVID CUSHMAN/VA GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES: WELL YOU NEED YOUR REGULAR HUNTING LICENSE FIRST AND THEN YOU'LL NEED YOUR BIG GAME LICENSE WITH YOUR BIG GAME TAGS FOR DEER, BEAR AND TURKEY. IF YOU HUNT ON PUBLIC LAND YOU'LL ALSO NEED YOUR NATIONAL FOREST STAMP.))
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There are restrictions on the number of deer you can kill.
And those rules vary depending on the locality and whether the land is public or private property.
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((CUSHMAN: NOW IN ROANOKE COUNTY BECAUSE IT FALLS WEST OF THE BLUE RIDGE YOU CAN ONLY TAKE ONE DEER PER DAY, EAST OF THE BLUE RIDGE YOU CAN TAKE TWO DEER PER DAY. BUT YOU HAVE TO STAY WITHIN THE THREE DEER PER YEAR. UNLESS YOU BUY BONUS DEER PERMITS AND YOU CAN ONLY GET ONE SET THIS YEAR WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO ANOTHER TWO DEER.))
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Those bonus permits are only good on private property.
So once you meet the rules, it's a competition between you and the deer.
Experienced hunters say it takes a lot of time and effort to bring home the prize, but they say the hard work can translate into a winter of good eating.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Wildlife


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=HOLD
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-67
GRAPHIC=none


A conference on wildlife conservation brought a call to arms last week in Roanoke.
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In a modern, urban society, Mark Van Putten says the way most people enjoy wildlife is in city parks or their own backyards.
The President of the National Wildlife Federation says it's critical that those who watch wildlife understand what is needed to protect it.
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((MARK VAN PUTTEN/NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION: IN THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN CONSERVATION MOVEMENT, OFTEN HUNTERS AND ANGLERS WHO HAVE ENJOYED WILDLIFE IN THAT WAY HAVE BEEN IN THE FOREFRONT OF THE MOVEMENT. IT'S NOW TIME FOR THOSE WHO WATCH WILDLIFE TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE AND ALSO BECOME LEADERS IN CONSERVATION.))
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ANCHOR=Eric
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Van Putten says a large and diverse coalition of people is needed to defend habitat and protect wildlife.
He was a keynote speaker at the Watchable Wildlife Conference, held last week at the Hotel Roanoke.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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More than 200 soccer teams coming from states such as Indiana, Michigan and Alabama converged on the star city earlier today to square off--
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at the seventh annual First Virginia Bank Fall Soccer Classic. They were playing to raise money for a special cause.
We'll have more highlights when the news continues.
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Parenting-11/16/97


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
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As the holidays near, many families will be hitting the highways to spend time with relatives.
But, driving with children can be difficult for many parents.
On this week's edition of Parenting Stacey Martin hears from one mother about the difficulties of traveling with her youngsters and tips on ways to make the ride easier.
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((SHANNON HEPNER/MOTHER: THE HARDEST PART WAS TAKING BATHROOM BREAKS. WE'D GET IN AND IT WOULD TAKE ABOUT A HALF-HOUR TO GET EVERYONE IN AND MY TWO YEAR OLD JUST BECAME POTTY TRAINED SO SHE'S GOT TO GO A LOT.))
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Hepner's experience is a familiar one for many parents spending hours in the car with little ones on long road trips.
And, while the ride may be relaxing for adults, it's often frustrating for young kids.
One solution Triple-A suggests is to keep children busy.
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((JOYCE BRADFORD/AAA: PLAY GAMES IN THE CAR, HAVE MUSIC THAT YOU COULD PLAY. THEY EVEN HAVE BOOKS NOW ON TAPE, THERE'S ALL KINDS OF THINGS THAT YOU CAN DO IN THE CAR TO KIND OF AMUSE THEM AND JUST BECAUSE YOU WOULD LIKE TO JUST SIT THERE AND MAYBE SLEEP THAT DOESN'T MEAN THAT YOU'RE CHILDREN ARE GOING TO WANT TO.))
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Bradford also says that parents should encourage kids to prepare for the trip as adults do by packing their own luggage--with their parents' supervision of course.
Other helpful hints include, packing the car leaving as much space as possible for children to move around freely and perhaps planning for bathroom breaks even when you don't want to pull over.
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((SHANNON HEPNER/MOTHER: WE KEEP A POTTY SEAT IN THE CAR TOO WHEN WE TAKE LONG TRIPS SO WHEN I'M TRAVELING AND I HAVE ONE OF THE CHILDREN ASLEEP AND I DON'T WANT TO HAVE TO STOP AND WAKE THE BABY UP SO WE CAN STOP AND DO THAT QUICKLY.))
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Triple-A says some other travel musts for road trips include a first aid kit, children's medicine and dry food.
Stacey Martin, News 7.))

Business-Review


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#=BIZ
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A new ice rink opens, then temporarily closes.
And the worries continue at Danville's Goodyear plant.
Scott Goldberg has those stories in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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((It took 78-days of construction to build the Roanoke Ice Palace...
And less than one day of business to shut it down.
Melting ice and a power surge delayed this week's grand opening.
The Ice Palace is the first of two proposed rinks to open in Roanoke.
In Danville, Community leaders are trying to stop things from getting worse at the Goodyear plant.
Since workers voted against working seven-days a week, the plant has lost projects to Topeka, Kansas and Mexico.
The Pitts County Chamber of Commerce is worried Goodyear might close the plant altogether.
In Narrows, it's a holiday vacation 400-workers didn't ask for.
The Celanese plant is laying off some of its employees for three weeks starting December fifth.
Management blames low demand for high-tech Celanese fiber. DJIA PRE PRO
A slight downturn on Wall Street.
The Dow Jones Industrials finished the week with a nine-point loss.
The Nasdaq Composite gave up 19.
That's this week's News-7 Business Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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Feedback


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#=Feedback
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It's been a while since we checked our viewer mail.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with News-7's Feedback.
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((Less than an hour before the polls closed on election day, noted political analyst Larry Sabato was predicting a good night for Jim Gilmore and the Republican Party.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: IF THERE'S A LATE NIGHT PART OF THIS ELECTION IT WILL BE THE LT. GOVERNOR'S RACE AND THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES RACES. BUT THE GOVERNOR'S RACE AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S RACE ARE OVER FOR ALL PRACTICAL PURPOSES. ELLEN QUALLS/NEWS-7 RICHMOND REPORTER: NOW WE MUST CAUTION YOU THAT LARRY SABATO'S SPECULATIONS ARE HIS OWN, BUT HE BASES THEM ON SOME KNOWLEDGE OF MEDIA EXIT POLLING AND HIS OWN CALLS TO FIND OUT ABOUT TURNOUT.))
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"Airing these comments struck me as very unprofessional," say a couple of viewers from Christiansburg. "Of course anyone who had been following polling information probably knew this. Still, most of us--unlike Prof. Sabato--do not have access to exit polls. Upon hearing reports that two statewide races were over, a few people probably decided not to vote. These few votes would not have changed the election. But the Virginia political system could hardly be hurt by more people participating. In the future I hope that you will refrain from announcing that the election is over until everyone has at least had the chance to vote."
A viewer from Covington wrote to thank us for our coverage of a demonstration by retired Westvaco workers in Richmond.
"Your coverage meant a lot to these men, who made the 180 mile trip to protest for a pension pay adjustment, which they have not had in 20 years. They are senior citizens to be proud of."
If you'd like to express your views on our news coverage or issues in the news, write to News-7 Feedback at P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
Our fax number is 343-7269.
Our email address is news@wdbj7.com.
And you'll find our moderated forum and new chat room online at www.wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))
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ANCHOR=Eric
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The scores are in from today's sporting events.
Roy Stanley will be along in a few minutes with more on the winners and losers from those games and Andrew Freiden will have a look at the extended weather forecast complete with some possible snow flurries.



SOCCER


ANCHOR=ERIC
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#=97-77
GRAPHIC=none


This was a big football weekend in Roanoke, but it wasn't pigskin flying down the field.
The ball of choice was black and white for the 45-hundred athletes playing in southwest Virginia.
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SUPER=03-Vinton;


The seventh annual First Virginia Bank Fall Soccer Classic brought more than 254 teams into the Roanoke Valley.
Some came from as far away as Michigan, Indiana, and Alabama. Bank sponsors say tournaments like these make a big economic impact.
The Roanoke Valley Youth Soccer Club sponsors several each year which they say attract nearly 100-thousand visitors to the area.
And this weekend's tournament is expected to raise about three million dollars.
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Welfare-Promo


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-70
GRAPHIC=2nd Chance at Success


Finding a job can be tough sometimes, but for welfare recipients it's a must if they don't want to suffer a lose in benefits.
It's a daunting task for many, but one some are determined to face for their well being and that of their youngsters.
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((PATRICIA RIDDLE: I'VE BEEN ON THE SYSTEM FOR FIVE YEARS AND I DEFINITELY WANT TO GET OUT BECAUSE I WANT TO MAKE A FUTURE FOR MY CHILDREN. THINGS I DIDN'T HAVE WHEN I GREW UP. I WANT TO MAKE IT SUCCESSFUL FOR MY KIDS.))
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take pinnacle board
News 7 will present the first installment in a four part series called 2nd Chance at Success.
Kimberly McBroom will examine the changes in store for people on welfare as state governments begin enforcing the new legislation.
That's tomorrow at News 7 at Six and Eleven.

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, The Giants beat the Cardinals on a day when several teams were upset in the N-F-L.
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But no upset in the Winston Cup Points race as Jeff Gordon captures the title with a 16-th place finish in the NAPA 500.
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S-Race


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-38
GRAPHIC=Atlanta Logo


Bobby Labonte took the checkered flag winning the NAPA 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
But the big winner was Jeff Gordon who finished 16-th to claim the 1997 Winston Cup Points Championship.
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Dale Earnhardt, hoping for his first win of the season, was the leader when NASCAR waved the caution to check the tires.
On the re-start Mark Martin cameo out of the pits as the leader of the race to collect the five bonus points for leading the race.
Brett Bodine and rookie Buckshot Jones hook up and hit the wall in turn two bringing out the second caution of the day.
Gordon was 19 seconds behind the leader but he was running in the 15-th spot needing to finish 18-th to win the points championship.
Dale Jarrett comes into the pits for tires he was running in the top 10 before the cars hit the halfway point.
Bobby Labonte was the leader at the half way point by as much as 19 seconds and he holds on to win the NAPA 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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((BOBBY LABONTE/NAPA 500 WINNER: ))
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But Gordon was the big winner. His 16-th place finish was enough for him to capture the points title by 14 points over Dale Jarrett.
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((JEFF GORDON/WINSTON CUP POINTS CHAMPION: ))
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Jarrett was second in points Martin third Jeff Burton fourth and Dale Earnhardt fifth.

S-Giants


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=Roy
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB97-1
GRAPHIC=Giants/Cardinals


The New York Giants won for the sixth time in the last six weeks this afternoon beating Arizona ___ to ____.
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SUPER=03-East Rutherford, NJ/FOX SPORTS; :


New York made it 10 to nothing in the second quarter when Danny Kanell goes to the air and hits Amanta Toomer on the 56 yard touchdown pass to make it 10 to nothing.
But Jake Plummer rallied the Cardinals. On this play he scrambles and then throws down field to Frank Sanders on the 70 yard pass play and Arizona trailed by a score of 10 to 7.
The Cardinals tied it but New York moved it down field on this play Kanell hits Tiki Barber who makes his third catch in a row giving New York a first in the red zone.
Several plays later Kanell drops SUPER=30-N.Y. Giants//Arizona//;back

and hits Howard Cross on the one yard touchdown play and the Giants win the game ____ to _____.
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S-Steelers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB97-2
GRAPHIC=Steelers/Bengals


Kordell Stewart threw a pair of second half touchdown passes to lead the Steelers to a 20 to 3 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
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SUPER=03-Pittsburgh, PA/NBC SPORTS; :


The Steelers led 3 to nothing then Norm Johnson comes in and boots this 25 yard field goal to make the score 6 to nothing Pittsburgh.
Stewart's favorite target was tight end Yancey Thigpen this play covers 33 yards and the Steelers were in scoring position again.
Several plays later Stewart goes to SUPER=30-Pittsburgh/20/Cincinnati/3/;

the air and hits Thigpen on the 20 yard touchdown pass play the Steelers led 13 to nothing and Pittsburgh wins it 20 to 3.
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S-NFL


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NFL LOGO


The Ravens and Eagles play to a 10 to 10 tie the Saints win their second straight and the Colts knock off the Packers.
For those and all of the scores lets go to the boards.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ICE-98
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The Roanoke Express returned to the Roundhouse last night and the 3 to 2 win over the Johnstown Chiefs upped their record to 6 and 3 in the Northeast.
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The Chiefs and Express were feeling each other out early in the first period.
Then we pick it up in the second period the Cheifs get it going when Harold Hersh slips the puck to Lucas Smital who scores the goal to make it 1 to nothing.
Dave Stewart scored to tie it at one and Chris Lipsett passes to Pete Brearly who shoots for the score and it was 2 to 1 Express.
Then moments later Lipsett gets SUPER=38-Roanoke/3/Johnstown/2/;out on

the break and scores unassisted to make it 3 to 1 Express and Roanoke goes on to win it 3 to 2.
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ANCHOR=Roy
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The Express will go for two straight today hosting the Louisville Riverfrogs they faced off just a few minutes ago.

S-Cavaliers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#VB98-1
GRAPHIC=Virginia Logo


The Virginia Cavaliers open their 1997-98 basketball season tonight in Richmond.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :


The Cavaliers have breezed through the exhibition season and now its time for Roanoker Curtis Staples and the rest of the squad to get down to serious business.
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The Cavaliers and Spiders tip it off tonight at 7-oclock. Wx-Tape
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