Iraq is bucking the United Nations once again.
The government is breaking an agreement it made last February by refusing to cooperate with weapons inspectors.
Mark Phillips has more.
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[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq; :00]
[SUPER=01-Nizar Hamdoun/Iraqi U.N. Ambassador; :33]
[SUPER=01-Scott Ritter/Former U.N. Weapons Inspector; :59]
[super=01-Mark Phillips/Reporting; 1:10]
[OUT Q=CBS News London]
((The Iraqi regime has been orchestrating a campaign to have international
sanctions against it lifted. Essentially it wants to be able to export
A solemn newsreader on Iraqi television announced that Saddam Hussein
was taking matters into his own hands and again precipitating an
The United Nations mission -- UNSCOM -- which has been monitoring Iraqi
installations to try to make sure they're not developing nuclear or
other weapons of mass destruction, was barred by Baghdad from carrying
out its duties.
(SOT IRAQI AMBASS TO UN NIZAR HAMDOUN)
173416 we've decided to stop all of our cooperation with unscom and ask
their inspectors to leave the country
For now, though, the UN inspectors are staying put. The UN Security
council condemned the Iraqi action, but there's been no decision on any
action. And if one former weapons inspector is to be believed, Saddam
Hussein may be about to get away with thumbing his nose at the UN again.
(SOT Scott Ritter -- former UN weapons inspector)
2638 The UN security council as it currently exists is incapable of
confronting Saddam in any meaningful fashion and the members of the
Security council especially the US and the UK are incapable of carrying
out any unilateral activity that would be effective.
Iraq's decision is a calculated gamble that the political will to
confront Baghdad no longer exists. And that concessions can be had by
challenging the UN rather than by cooperating with it. Whatever the
outcome, another crisis is underway. MP CBS News London.
A Roanoke judge is trying to find out if a former Virginia Tech Student is a threat to children.
Micheal Eck is accused of transmitting pictures and video of naked boys performing sex acts from his Blacksburg apartment in January.
Eck appeared Friday in U.S. Distgrict Court in connection with a seven-count indictment against him.
Because Eck had a prior conviction for sexually assaulting a 14 year old boy, Magistrate Judge Glen Conrad said he wants to see a behavioral profile of Eck before he considers releasing him on bond.
A psychologist is expected to interview Eck early this week.
Congressional incumbents are getting in some last minute campaigning--with only two days left until voters go to the polls.
David Johnson caught up with a couple of the Congressmen and has this report.
[IN Q=Democract Rick Boucher]
[OUT Q=DJO, News 7.]
(( Democrat Rick Boucher and Republican Bob Goodlatte are both touring their respective regions this weekend.
Both representatives are touting their past records as the reason they should be re-elected.
Boucher's future goals include creating more jobs, improving education and making healthcare more affordable in Virginia.
[IN Q=THAT IS WHAT]
((RICK BOUCHER/NINTH DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN; THAT IS WHAT OUR CAMPAIGN IS ABOUT. IT IS AN ENTIRELY POSITIVE EFFORT. IN NO SENSE WILL WE CRITICIZE THE OTHER CANDIDATE IN THE RACE. WE HAVE OUR EYES FOCUSED SQUARELY ON THE FUTURE. AND OUR AGENDA IS FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA.))
[OUT Q=SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA.]
Goodlatte says he wants to continue balancing the national budget and reducing taxes.
[IN Q=We're going to]
((BOB GOODLATTE/SIXTH DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN: WE'RE GOING TO WORK TO CUT TAXES, STARTING WITH ELIMINATING THE MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY. AND WE'RE GOING TO WORK VERY HARD TO REFORM THIS TAX CODE. I'VE VOTED TO SCRAP THIS CODE AND PUT IN ONE THAT'S FAIRER AND SIMPLER.))
[OUT Q=and simpler.]
((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; BOTH MEN ARE CAMPAIGNING FOR VOTES, NOT ONLY FOR THEMSELVES, BUT ALSO FOR FIVE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE STATE'S CONSTITUTION. TWO OF THOSE AMENDMENTS WOULD IMPROVE AND EXPAND VIRGINIA'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REVENUE GROWTH.))
[IN Q=ONLY IN THAT]
((BOUCHER; ONLY IN THAT WAY CAN THE COMMUNITIES IN THIS AREA ATTRACT A MICROCHIP MANUFACTURER. ONLY IN THAT WAY WILL THE NEXT MOTOROLA PLANT COME HERE INSTEAD OF SOME URBAN AREA.))
[OUT Q=FOR THEM AS WELL.]
[IN Q=people should]
((GOODLATTE: PEOPLE SHOULD DEFINITELY VOTE, BOTH ON THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. IT'S VITALLY IMPORTANT THAT PEOPLE PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCESS IF THEY WANT THEIR VOICE TO BE HEARD.))
[OUT Q=to be heard.]
Goodlatte is being challenged by Roanoke Mayor David Bowers.
Bowers supports tax cuts and balancing the budget.
Boucher's opponent, is Radford doctor Joe Barta.
He's against abortion and partial-birth abortion and is in favor prayer in public schools.
David Johnson, News 7.))
The crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery took time out of its busy day yesterday to visit with folks back home.
Sharyl Attkisson has more on John Glenn's role as teacher.
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[SUPER=01-Matt Lewis/Student; :27]
[super=02-John Glenn/Shuttle Astronaut; :34]
[super=01-William Harwood/CBS News Analyst; 1:03]
[super=01-Sharyl Attkisson/Reporting; 1:16]
[OUT Q=News, Houston]
((On John Glenn's third day in space...
FIVE MINUTES OVER.
...he completed work on a bio-medical research project. He also
provided the chance of a lifetime for some students...
(VO NEW CONCORD)
...the chance to ask questions of a living legend...WHILE he's making
history. From John Glenn High School in New Concord, Ohio...
(SOT:No super for kid)
(12:02:43) SENATOR GLENN, WAS IT WORTH THIRTY SIX YEARS TO BE ABLE TO
FLY IN SPACE AGAIN? (GLENN) YES. I GUES I SHOULD JUST STOP THERE.
And from Columbus, Ohio...
(11:37:16) SENATOR GLENN, DO YOU FEEL YOUNGER WHEN YOU ARE IN SPACE?
(GLENN) HAHA! I GUESS I FEEL YOUNG ALL THE TIME, THAT'S THE REASON I
VOLUNTEERED TO COME UP HERE. BUT, AH, ITS A GREAT PLACE UP HERE, I'M
HAVING A GREAT TIME.
But it's not ALL fun and games. As the subject of research on aging,
Glenn gave blood samples. And he's still dealing with the physical
effects of weightlessness...which were evident when he spoke from space.
(16:39:32) I GUESS I'M STILL A LITTLE ROUND-FACED HERE TODAY, AND THAT
COMES FROM THE FLUID BODY SHIFT THAT OCCURS.
(SOT-WILLIAM HARWOOD, SCIENCE WRITER/CBS NEWS CONSULTANT)
IT'S NO CONCERN AT ALL, IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL, A NATURAL BY-PRODUCT OF
WEIGHTLESSNESS AS FLUIDS SHIFT UPWARD AND IT'S REALLY THE ONLY WAY YOU
CAN TELL JOHN GLENN IS IN ORBIT, HE'S OBVIOUSLY FEELING NO ILL EFFECTS;
HE'S NOT BEEN SICK. I THINK THE MEDICAL PERSONNEL ARE FAIRLY IMPRESSED
BY ALL THAT. (:12)
THE BIG QUESTION IS HOW GLENN WILL WITHSTAND THE RIGORS OF RE-ADJUSTING
TO GRAVITY UPON HIS RETURN. BUT IT'S A RISK HE WAS MORE THAN WILLING TO
TAKE...FOR THIS CHANCE TO BE BACK IN SPACE. SHARYL ATTKISSON, CBS NEWS,
(adlib hello, toss to Andrew)
(check L'Burg Numbers toss back to Denise)
[ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot]
[***No Music Under]
Here's a look at today's top stories.
[ANCHOR=Denise on camera]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
A former Virginia Tech student is accused of transmitting pictures and video of naked boys performing sex acts from his Blacksburg Apartment.
Micheal Eck appeared Friday in connection with a seven count indictment in U-S district court.
A Roanoke judge wants to make sure that Eck is not a threat to children before he releases him on bond.
Paula Jones accepted a one million dollar check from real estate developer Abe Hirschfeld, but there is a catch.
Jones will not receive any money until she settles her sexual harrasment suit against President Clinton.
Hirschfeld said that he offered Jones the money so that the Presdient could focus on the nations problems.
Roanoke College has set a fundraising record.
The school has raised more than one-point-six million dollars.
That is about 13-percent more than last year.
A majority of the money will go toward scholarships.
[ANCHOR=Denise 2 SHOT]
And that's what's making news on this Sunday November 1st .
(toss to Andrew for Newsreel)
John Glenn made history again this week as he became the oldest man to travel to space.
In this weeks Virginia Newsreel we show you that his travels have not been limited to space.
John Glenn has also made a trip to the Roanoke Valley.
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[OUT Q=stop animation]
[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE][Glenn-Newsreel]
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[IN Q=On February]
[SUPER=03-Cape Canaveral, FL; :00]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :45 QUICK!!!]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Jim Olin/(D) 6th District; :49 QUICK!!!]
[SUPER=01-Sen. John Glenn/(D) Ohio; 1:03]
[OUT Q=Andrew Freiden]
On February 20,1962, John Glenn made history as the first American to orbit the earth
[sot 20:26:06 thursday]
((FIFTEEN MINUTES TO GO AND BLAST OFF FOR JOHN GLENN. AND THIS IS MERCURY CONTROL AT T-9:45 Blast off))
This past Thursday he walked out with the rest of the Discovery crew to make his second trip to space.
[sot 16:54:59 Thursday]
((3, 2, 1, BOOSTER IGNITION AND LIFT OFF OF DISCOVERY WITH A CREW OF 6 ASTRONAUT HEROES AND ONE AMERICAN LEGEND))
Glenn went on to make history several other times becoming a U.S. Senator in 1974 and running for President in 1984.
It was that campaign that brought Glenn to Roanoke.
[SOT :22 Glenn Roanoke Tape]
((IT IS A GREAT PLEASURE TO INTRODUCE SENATOR GLENN TO ROANOKE AND GIVE HIM A CHANCE TO MEET THE CITIZENS OF THE ROANOKE VALLEY SENATOR GLENN... THANK YOU ))
In a fundraiser for Congressmen Jim Olin, Glenn also took advantage of the opportunity to campaign for president. He was in search of the democratic nomination.
[sot 2:23 gLENN ROANOKE TAPE]
((LET ME JUST START OFF WITH A ONE STATEMENT DEMOCRATS CAN WIN THAT WHITE HOUSE IN 1984.. YEAH.. AND IF I DID NOT BELIEVE THAT I WILL TELL YOU THAT I WOULD NOT BE RUNNING, BUT I THINK THAT WE SHOUL CHANGE THE POLICIES OF THIS ADMINISTRATION))
It was not John Glenn that won the democratic nomination in 1984, but Walter Mondale.
Glenn continued in his political career as a Senator from Ohio and will retire from his post in January, but not without soaring into the record books one last time.
That's Virginia Newsreel I'm Andrew Frieden.))
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[GRAPHIC=ED & SANDY LEE CUP]
So you like football--what about a game with all the tackling, without the pads.
I'm talking rugby.
26 colleges are represented at this weekend's 24th annual Ed and Sandy Lee Cup at Roanoke County's Green Hill Park.
The competition is for the Virginia Rugby Union State Championships.
Over the years the event has grown and the quality of play has improved.
Women's rugby was the second fastest growing sport last year and one reason is that rugby is a game for athletes of all sizes.
[IN Q=personally I prefer]
[SUPER=01-Kris Kabza/Virginia Rugby Union President; :04]
[SUPER=01-Nancy Kechner/UVA Coach; :17]
[OUT Q=losing by a mile]
The men's and the women's championships are this afternoon at Green Hill Park.
Virginia and Virginia Tech pick up victories in yesterday's football action.
JMU and VMI end up on the losing end.
Here are the rest of the college scores.
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[SUPER=0101-j/Virginia Tech#20/27//West Virginia#21/13///j/Virginia#15/38//Wake Forest/17///;]
[SUPER=0101-/JMU/21/j/Rhode Island/28///j/Wm & Mary/41//Hampton/34///;]
[SUPER=0101-/Ferrum/0/j/Emory & Henry/3///j/W & L/20//Bridgewater/12///;]
[SUPER=0101-j/Georgia Tech#23/31//Maryland/14////North Carolina/13/j/Florida St.#5/39///;]
[SUPER=0101-j/North Carolina St./46//Clemson/39////Temple/10/j/Rutgers/21///;]
[SUPER=0101-j/Tennessee#3/49//South Carolina/14///j/Kansas St.#4/54//Kansas/6///;]
[SUPER=0101-j/Texas A & M#8/17//Oklahoma St./6///j/Penn State#10/27//Illinois/0///;]
[SUPER=0101-j/Notre Dame/27//Baylor/3///j/Missouri#18/28//Texas Tech/26///;]
[SUPER=0101-j/Clinch Valley/38//Belhaven/20///j/Virginia Union/28//Virginia St./23///;]
[OUT Q=...LAST SCORE."]
[Go straight to break]
Paula Jones is getting a million dollars worth of encouragement to settle her sexual harassment suit against the President.
Jonathan Freed has more on the offer from a New York businessman.
[SUPER=03-Washington DC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Susan McMillan/Jones Spokesperson; :35]
[SUPER=01-Abe Hirshfeld/Businessman; :56]
[super=01-Jonathan Freed/Reporting; 1:16]
[OUT Q=White House]
SOT: JONES ARRIVING AT HOTEL THIS MORNING.
On the day dedicated to tricks and treats, Paula Jones arrived in
Washington to celebrate a decidedly sweet deal.
Jones finally came to terms with New York businessman, Abe Hirschfeld.
Big terms. a check for one million dollars. The catch: Jones gets to
cash it only if she settles her sexual harassment lawsuit against
SOT 10:05:40 (JONES AND HIRSCHFELD): JONES: FIRST OF ALL, I WANT TO SAY
IT WAS AN HONOR TO MEET YOU, AND THANK YOU VERY MUCH (KISS KISS)
Hirschfeld claims he's offering the money as a concerned citizen who
wants to put the case to rest for the good of the country.
SOT 06:32 (SUSAN CARPENTER MACMILLAN/JONES SPOKESPERSON): WE HOPE NOW
THAT THE WHITE HOUSE WILL SIT DOWN AND NEGOTIATE IN VERY GOOD FAITH.
But the President's lawyer, Robert Bennett, has made it clear that Mr.
Clinton wants to keep a distance from Hirschfeld who is facing charges
of tax evasion. The White House reluctance prompted the millionaire to
take back his offer just last week.
SOT 10:14:30 (FREED QUESTION): WHAT CHANGED FROM THE TIME YOU WITHDREW
YOUR OFFER AND TODAY?
SOT 10:14:26 (HIRSCHFELD): THE LAWYERS OF PAULA JONES HAVE IN MY OPINION
99 PER CENT CONCLUDED AN AGREEMENT WITH THE OTHER SIDE.
(LOCATOR: FALLS CHURCH, VA).
But if that's the case, no one was admitting it from the President's
camp. Mr. Clinton kept it official at a pre-election event, promoting
the need for more school construction.
STAND-UP (JONATHAN FREED/CBS NEWS): JONES' LEGAL BILLS ARE ESTIMATED AT
MORE THAN TWO AND A HALF MILLION DOLLARS. SHE NEEDS THIS MONEY. BUT IF
NO DEAL CAN BE REACHED WITH THE PRESIDENT, HER BENEFACTOR HAS MADE CLEAR
THIS HALLOWE'EN TREAT WILL TURN BACK INTO A PUMPKIN. J-FWHITE HOUSE.
A new genetic study offers proof that Thomas Jefferson really did father at least one child by his slave Sally Hemings.
The study which comes out Thursday in Nature magazine links the former president to Eston, the youngest child of Hemings.
Scholars have been divided about whether to believe the rumors.
The new study compared the chromosomes from descendants of Jefferson and Eston Hemings and found that parts matched.
A retired University of Virginia pathology professor who helped author this study says it does not offer absolute p
roof of Jeffersons affair, but it is strong evidence.[11Record-Fundraising]
The money keeps rolling in at Roanoke College..
This is the third year in a row, the school has set a fundraising record.
This year, the school raised more than one-point-six million dollars--about 13-percent more than last year.
A majority of the money will go towards student scholarships.
[IN Q=FOR EXAMPLE]
((KENNETH GARIN/STUDENT AFFAIRS VICE PRESIDENT; FOR EXAMPLE, IT'LL TAKE CARE OF 13 SUMMER SCHOLARS IN WHICH STUDENTS ARE PROVIDED WITH FUNDING SO THEY DO NOT HAVE TO WORK TO PROVIDE FOR THEIR UPKEEP IN THE SUMMER. THEY'RE GIVEN A PLACE TO LIVE AND THEY WORK VERY CLOSELY WITH FACULTY FOR 10 WEEKS DURING THE SUMMER.))
[SUPER=01-Kenneth Garin/Student Affairs Vice President;]
[OUT Q=DURING THE SUMMER.]
Officials say more money from frequent donors is the reason for the additional funds.
[IN Q=THE HERITAGE WALK]
((JUDITH NELSON/ROANOKE COLLEGE; THE HERITAGE WALK WHICH LIES AHEAD OF US REFLECTS THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE MADE MAJOR GIFTS TO THE ANNUAL FUND AND UNRESTRICTED GIFTS. THAT MEANS THEY TRUST ROANOKE COLLEGE TO USE THEIR FUNDS AS WE CHOOSE, AS WE BELIEVE IS MOST NECESSARY.))
[SUPER=01-Judith Nelson/Roanoke College;]
[OUT Q=MOST NECESSARY.]
School officials are already thinking of ways to top this year's fundraising record.
One idea, Nelson said, is to have more students fielding calls during future school phone-a-thons.
In her latest flick, Holly Hunter looks for love in the Big Apple.
Here's Dennis Cunningham with a review of the movie "Living Out Loud."
[IN Q=What a sheer delight]
[SUPER=01-Dennis Cunningham/Entertainment Editor; :00]
[SUPER=04-"Living Out Loud"; :25]
[SUPER=04-New Line Cinema; :29]
[OUT Q=I'm DC, for CBS news.]
WHAT A SHEER DELIGHT IT IS TO EXPERIENCE A MOVIE WITH A LIFE OF ITS
OWN, A RICH, FASCINATING UNPREDICTABLE LIFE. SUCH A FILM IS "LIVING OUT
LOUD". WRITTEN BY RICAHRD LAGRAVENESE WHO'S WRITTEN MANY A SUCESSFUL
MOVIE; BUT, FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME, DIRECTED BY HIM, TOO. THE STROY OF
A PRIVILEGED 5TH AVENUE LADY, WITH A LARGE COUNTRY MANOR AS WELL, 16
YEARS MARRIED TO AN OLD MONEY CARDIOLOGIST. WHO CHEATS ON HER.
SHE'S RIGHT, YOU KNOW. SHE'S ALSO A COMPLETE JOY. AND WE WENT TO THE
SAME THEATRE SCHOOL, TOO. NOW, THE MOVIE IS A MIX OF FACT AND FANTASY,
AT TIMES, AND GENERALLY FAR MORE CREATIVE THAN THE USUAL. BUT THAT'S A
CHALLENGE RICHARD LA GRAVENESE, THE ROOKIE DIRECTOR, SOMETIMES CAN'T
MEET FOR RICHARD LA GRAVENESE THE WRITER. SO, THE MOVIE NEEDS SOME
SERIOUS FOCUSING AND CUTTING. STILL, ITS A FINAL-I HOPE VERY LUCKY-7.
HIGHLY RECOMMENED.QUEEN LATIFAH SINGS CLASSIC POP BEAUTIFULLY. AND DANNY
DEVITO WONDERFUL ALSO PRODUCED THE MOVIE. I'M DENNIS CUNNINGHAM FOR CBS
U-V-A wins and Emory and Henry nips Ferrum.
Roy has those football highlight and racing in sports.
Good morning again Roy.
[IN Q=Good Morning]
[OUT Q=great day everybody]
[2-shot toss to bump][2-HEADLINES]
[ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot]
[***No Music Under]
Here's a look at today's top stories.
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
Yesterday was just another day at work on the Space Shuttle Discovery.
John Glenn's third day in space included completion of a bio-medical research project.
And students from John Glenn High School in Ohio were able to ask the astronaut questions about space travel.
Irag is challenging the United Nations to lift the international sanctions against them.
The government is breaking an agreement to cooperate with weapons inspectors.
Irag wants the sanctions lifted so they can once again export oil.
The UN Security council has condemned the Iraqi decision but has taken no further action.
The campaign trail is coming to a close for the Congressional incumbents.
Democrat Rick Boucher and Republican Bob Goodlatte are both touring their regions this weekend.
Goodlatte is being challenged by Roanoke Mayor David Bowers
Boucher's opponent is Radford doctor Joe Barta.
And that's what's making news on this Sunday November 1st.
The Roanoke College Women's Soccer team is the 1998 ODAC Tournament champions.
The Lady Maroons beat Randolph Macon for the title yesterday three to two in double overtime.
That's an accomplishment in itself, but when you consider the team had a record UNDER 500 last year, it's even more amazing.
The coaches say a strong recruiting class has made the difference.
[IN Q=What we wanted]
[SUPER=01-Phil Benne/Women's Soccer Coach; :10]
[SUPER=01-Lindsay Higginbotham/Roanoke College Freshman; :27]
[SUPER=01-Andee Moore/Roanoke College Junior; :57]
[SUper=01-Tori Erickson/Roanoke College Senior; 1:17]
[OUT Q=100 percent]
[IN Q=what we want]
[OUT Q=build our depth]
And that's exactly what Coach Benne and his staff accomplished.
The Maroon's roster boasts 11 freshman.
One of those is former Cave Spring star Lindsay Higginbotham.
[IN Q=I think]
[OUT Q=help out the team]
That togetherness isn't just in the freshman class, the whole team hangs out--a secret they say helped them go from an 8-11 and one record last year to this season's 14-five and one mark.
The veterans say this freshman class didn't just provide depth.
[IN Q=they whipped]
[OUT Q=get your position]
The acquisition of speed and depth is nice but a positive attitude goes a long way as well.
[IN Q=a lot of it]
[OUT Q=100 percent]
Now the Lady Maroons are preparing for the N-C-Double-A Tournament.
We'll keep you posted on their success.
Jeff Gordon will most likely wrap up another Winston Cup driving title today.
All he needs to do is finish 40th or better in the A-C Delco 400.
Mark Martin is on the pole.
Here's the rest of the field.
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[SUPER=0107-1. Mark Martin/156.502/2. Johnny Benson//3. Rusty Wallace//4. Dale Jarrett//5. Geoff Bodine//;]
[SUPER=0107-6. Jeremy Mayfield//7. Ricky Rudd//8. Derrike Cope//9. Jeff Gordon//10. John Andretti//;]
[SUPER=0107-11. Jerry Nadeau//12. Todd Bodine//13. Jeff Burton//14. Ken Schrader//15. Ward Burton//;]
[SUPER=0107-16. Joe Nemechek//17. Jimmy Spencer//18. Kevin Lepage//19. Bobby Labonte//20. Michael Waltrip//;]
[SUPER=0107-21. Terry Labonte//22. Chad Little//23. Kyle Petty//24. Wally Dallenbach Jr.//25. Bobby Hamilton//;]
[SUPER=0107-26. Bill Elliot//27. Gary Bradberry//28. Mike Skinner//29. Dale Earnhardt//30. Sterling Marlin//;]
[super=0107-31. Rich Bickle//32.Brett Bodine//33. Kenny Irwin//34. Kenny Wallace//35. Rick Mast//;]
[super=0107-36. David Green//37. Ricky Craven//38. Steve Park//39. Dick Trickle//40. Robert Pressley//;]
[super=0107-41. Ted Musgrave//42. Jeff Green//43. Darrell Waltrip//;]