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Next on News 7-
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You may see the Ten Commandments posted in some schools around the nation.
Local reaction coming up.
British troops discover a torture chamber in Kosovo.
And I-81 is getting wider- We'll tell you where.
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News 7 is next.
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((WHICH VERSION? THE CATHOLIC VERSION, THE PROTESTANT VERSION OR THE JEWISH VERSION? THEY'RE DIFFERENT YOU KNOW.))
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The debate heats up over posting the Ten commandments in School.
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[Commandments]


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The House of representatives passed a measure today that could allow schools and government buildings to post the ten commandments.
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Joe Sutton is in the newsroom with details.
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[super=@Joy1]


The measure is a part of the juvenile crime bill. It's an effort some lawmakers say is the first step toward re-instilling the value of human life in kids influenced by a violent culture.
Some local residents thinks it's a good idea,while others say it violates the separation of church- and is not a solution.
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(Rollcue: is not a solution.)
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(( The House voted by an overwhelming majority - 248 to 180 - to permit the states the opportunity to decide if their schools and government buildings should post the ten commandments.
Two out of three of our local representatives also voted in favor of the measure.
Democrat Virgil Goode and Republican Bob Goodlatte voted for it...and Democrat Rick Boucher was against it.
But one local resident who's on the Roanoke County School Security committee says this is a quick fix to a much bigger problem...and really wouldn't have an impact.
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((NANCY HUGHES: BASICALLY IT'S A TOKEN...DON'T SEE IT A WORKING TOOL IN A SCHOOL))
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But David Smith..says it would help to reinforce the values he and other parents have tried to teach their children...and may cause some students to think before committing a violent act.
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((DAVID SMITH/PARENT: IT'S A GOOD IDEA..GOOD MORAL STANDING...REINFORCE TRAINING PARENTS TRY TO GIVE AT HOME))
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Kent Willis with the A-C-L-U says it's this is not the way to address the problem because it goes against the ideals of separation of church and state.
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((KENT WILLIS/ACLU: THE HOUSE IS OFF THE MARK THEY'RE PUTTING US BACK 100 YEARS.. IN TERMS OF WHAT CHURCH AND STATE MEANS))
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The ten commandments measure could still be defeated- IT's an amendment to the Juvenile Crime Bill.
The entire bill still has to pass- [Double Boxes]

[Kosovo]


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More Gruesome discoveries in Kosovo-
British troops stumbled upon an apparenty torture chamber.
Allen Pizzey has more.
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[81-Widening]


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Interstate 81 will be getting wider through the Roanoke Valley.
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V-DOT has allotted 21-million-dollars toward widening a 16 mile stretch of 81, beginning just south of Wildwood Road in Roanoke County and extending to two miles north of Exit 1-50 in Botetourt County.
Although funding is in place, the actual construction is still several years away.
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V-DOT has also funded two projects for widening the interstate in Montgomery County.


[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey [WX1] [11:00pm] [06/17/1999] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [EFFECT TO] [WXPRO/FULL]WAKE UP FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Plaza-Court]


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A 19-year-old woman woman told police she was raped.
Then she told US -- she was thrown out of the apartment where she was living BECAUSE she was raped.
She shared her story with Scott Goldberg.
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((JESSICA WOOD: I GUESS HE THOUGHT IT WAS MY FAULT. BUT IT WASN'T MY FAULT. I COULDN'T HELP THE SITUATION.))
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Jessica Wood wants people to know what happened to her after she told police she'd been raped.
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((JESSICA WOOD: HE SAID, WELL, WE NEED YOU OUT OF HERE BY TODAY. AND I SAID OK, I'LL BE OUT OF HERE TODAY.))
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She's talking about Paul Flegas, the man who owns Plaza Court on Williamson Road.
Jessica had been living at the hotel for a month.
But after she told police a man holding a gun to her head raped her there, she said Flegas kicked her out.
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((JESSICA WOOD: HE SAID HE DIDN'T WANT THAT STUFF GOING ON AROUND HERE AND HE DIDN'T WANT THE PUBLICITY. Scott Goldberg: He didn't want bad publicity? JESSICA: YES. Scott: That's what he said? JESSICA. YEAH. HE TOLD MY MOTHER THE SAME THING.))
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((SCOTT GOLDBERG: PAUL FLEGAS TURNED DOWN SEVERAL REQUESTS TO TALK TO US ON CAMERA. BUT WE DID TALK TO HIM ON THE PHONE. AND EVEN IF SOMEBODY FOLLOWED JESSICA BACK HERE ... EVEN IF SHE WAS RAPED AT GUNPOINT ... HE TOLD US SHE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT HAPPENED IN HER ROOM. ))
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But Flegas later changed his story.
In a second phone conversation, he said he only SUGGESTED that Jessica find another place to live...
And that she misunderstood him.
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((Scott Goldberg: He kicked you out? JESSICA: UH-HUH. Scott: He didn't give you a choice? JESSICA: NO. Scott: He didn't simply say he thought it would be better for you if you moved in with your parents? JESSCIA: NO. HE DIDN'T SAY THAT.))
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Either way, legally, it looks like Flegas did not do anything wrong.
David Nixon is an expert on landlord-tenant law.
He said apartment landlords have to go to court to evict tenants... but hotel owners can evict for almost any reason.

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((DAVID NIXON/LAWYER: HOTELS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THAT RESTRICTION, SO THEY HAVE A LOT MORE IN TERMS OF RIGHTS AND HOW THEY CAN EVICT THEIR GUESTS.))
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Paul Flegas told us, after he found out we were doing this story, that Jessica would be welcomed back at Plaza Court if she wanted to live there again....
An offer she won't even consider. [STANDUP -- TO EDIT]
Roanoke police have not arrested anyone in connection with Jessica's story.
And they say before this, there haven't been any major problems at Plaza Court.
Scott Goldberg, News-7.
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[Strickler]


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The U-S Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a local killer's death sentence.
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The high court ruled today that prosecutors did "not" violate Tommy David Strickler's rights by withholding evidence during his 1990 trial.
Strickler was convicted of the abduction, robbery and murder of Roanoke native Leann Whitlock.
His lawyers had argued that inconsistent statements an eyewitness gave to police might have made a difference with the jury.
No new execution date has been set.
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Danville police say they have a suspect in the shooting death of a 24-year old man last month.
And they're offering up to one-thousand dollars for information leading to his capture.
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Police are looking for 29-year old Harry Lee Fuller Junior in connection with the shooting of Fabian Wimbush last month.
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Authorities say an argument that started outside a convenience store ended several blocks away, where Wimbush died of a gunshot wound the leg.
Authorities believe Fuller may still be in the area. If you have any information, contact the Danville police.
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[Woods-End]


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The latest plans for a new high school in Roanoke County were presented to the Roanoke County School Board tonight.
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The architects presented their design development plans for the high school to be placed on the Woods End property on Farmington Drive.
And they are close to finalizing the plans...with a few adjustments.
Roanoke County Assistant Superintendent Marty Robison says they have been working closely with the community on the plan.
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The working site development should begin by in the spring of 2000.

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At this time tomorrow workers might be getting ready to strike ... if ITT and its union can't make a deal.
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[from 98-39 or 6:00 edit tape]
The I-U-E union that represents more than 600-workers is talking to management.
The company says they've been negotiating for two weeks.
The union's four-year contract expires at midnight on Friday.
Typically, talks between the union and I-T-T last up to the deadline.
One union member says the dispute is over benefits.
A union spokesman says it's still too early to say if the workers will strike if they don't get a deal.
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They invoke a feeling of tradition... but some church bells in downtown Roanoke are going hi-tech.
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And a family grieves as their fugitive mother is ordered held without bail.
Today the question in court: is Kathleen Soliah a soccer mom, or dangerous terrorist?
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The housewife that federal agents say is a fugitive from the 70's was ordered held without bail-
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Kathleen Soliah's family said nothing as they went into court today-
Soliah is an alleged member of the Symbionese Liberation Army-
She's wanted on a 20 year old bombing and murder conspiracy charge- and could face life in prison or the death penatly.
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((HOWARD BASS/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: SHE IS NOT A REACTIONARY, A REVOLUTIONARY OR A TERRORIST. FOR THE PAST 25 YEARS, WHAT I'VE LEARNED IS THAT SHE'S BEEN A SOCCER MOM.))
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Soliah could be released tomorrow if a judge can be sure won't run again.
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Bedford County residents hope the third time's the charm...
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when it comes to addresses.
Some residents are about to get their third address in just 2 years.
The county started naming streets - instead of just going by numbers - to facilitate the emergency 9-1-1 system 2 years ago. But the original group hired by the county got some of the numbers wrong--so a new company has been hired to straighten out the mistakes.
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The County hopes to have everything in order by late summer or early fall.

[Lewis-Gale]


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Lewis Gale is making some changes.
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This week-- the company closed its health care clinic on Roanoke Road in Shawsville.
A spokeswoman says the company elected to close the facility after its two doctors decided to leave.
The building won't be empty for long.
A Carilion spokesperson says the company is planning to lease the building and open a clinic there June 28th.
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[Church-Bells]


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A Roanoke church now has the most powerful set of bells available anywhere.
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Greene Memorial United Methodist Church raised 41-thousand-dollars for a new set of bells.
But they no longer hang in the church tower.
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((THE ORIGINAL CHIME BELLS THAT HUNG HERE WERE 10 BELLS ONLY. NOW WE HAVE 318.))
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The new set's all digital -- just one of the bells in this computer would barely fit inside the Big Ben tower in London.
People are already calling saying the sound brings tears to their eyes -- after all the bells have been missing from this downtown church for seven months now.
There will be an inaugural concert outside in downtown Roanoke on July 11th.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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When News 7 returns - excitement for country music fans and stars alike.
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[15:13:43-:15:13:49]
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[OUT-Q=our history of country music.]
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Groundbreaking gets underway for a new Country Music Hall of Fame.
The story straight ahead.
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[lotto]
[SUPER=135-2 2 6/8 8 2 9/7 13 20 23 29]



NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
2-2-6

(two, two, six)


Pick 4:
8-8-2-9

(eight, eight, two, nine)


Cash 5:
7-13-20-23-29

(seven, thirteen, twenty, twenty-three, twenty-nine)




[Country-Hall]


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Country Music Fans are kicking up thier heels- and strumming their guitars-
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It is groundbreaking on the Country Music Hall of Fame today- in Nashville-
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((I WANTED TO BE HERE TODAY. I PLAN TO BE HERE WHEN IT OPENS.))
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((THE PAIN.... THANK YOU.))
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The new 37 million Hall of Fame is set to open in May of 2001-
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Stacey Compton won last year at Portland in the Craftsman Truck Series he defends that title tonight, a win that gave him momentum.
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[S-Tech]


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Former Franklin County star and now Virginia Tech pitcher and first baseman Larry Bowles along with Hokie teammate Barry Gauch have made separate All-American teams.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

Bowles, a sophomore, was a third team pick of the national Baseball Writers Association. He was 10 and 3 as a pitcher and lead the Hokies with a .390 batting average.
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[anchor=steve]
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Gauch, Tech's catcher, was selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association third team. he batted .374 and r

egistered 61 RBI's. [S-AVs]


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The Salem Avalanche continued it's series with the Winston Salem Warthogs last night in a double dip for fans.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Warthogs vs. Avalanche; :00]

right to the action. Salem gets on the board in the bottom of the fifth. Rogelio Arias hits the sharp grounder that plates John Lindsey from third for a 1-nothing lead.
The Hogs answer in the 7th with two runs. Aaron Rowand lauches this shot to the [SUPER=37-Salem/3/Winston-Salem/2

;]left field wall, his smash scores Jim Terrel for a 2-1 Winston-Salem advantage.
The Avs tie it up in the bottom of the inning on Miguel Correa's basehit to right that brings home Todd Sears and we are notted at 2.
Salem wins it when Chone Figgins rockets this shot off the wall in left, scoring Correa, Avs win 3-2.
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The Warthogs won game two, 3-nothing. ((BYE BYE))


[S-Drivers]


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The Pocono 500 is up next for the Winston Cup circuit.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Long Pond, PA; :00]

Jeremy Mayfield first career win came at Pocono last year, one of the greatest moments in his young Winston Cup career.

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[SUPER=01-Jeremy Mayfield/1998 Pocono Winner; :00]
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[OUT Q=.......dream for me."]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Bill Elliott is finishing 20th on average this season, but looks to jump start his year at one of his favorite tracks.
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Pocono Raceway is one of the few remaining tracks still owned and run by a family.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-South Boston; :00]


Track C.E.O. Joe Mattioli was on hand at South Boston this past weekend to run the Busch Series race. he still has trouble believeing just how far his 2.5 mile track has come from the days when filling the grandstands was difficult.
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[OUT Q=...next century"]
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((BYE BYE))

[Sports tease]


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still to come, highlights from the US Open and
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-]


and Roy Stanley willhave the soggy details from the CVITT tournament in Lynchburg.
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[S-Open]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-42]
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After one round of the 99th U.S. Open at Pinehurst number two, there is a four way tie for the lead. David Duval, Phil Mickleson, Billy Mayfair, and Paul Goydos are all at three under.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pinehurst, NC/NBC; :00]

David Duval, who was coming back from a burned hand, would sizzle on the par 70 course. He is won of five golfers who are tied for the lead at three under. Here he sets up a birdie put on the par 3 15 with the approach.
Tiger Woods, with the awesome approach on the par three 17,. Woods started slow butt would cpome on strong on the fial few holes.
He birdied 18 on this put to finish at two under with a 68, 1 shot off the lead. D.A. Weibring would complet the first round in 10th place, but did have this great shot from the fringe, finding the clowns mouth.
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[S-McKnight]


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Galax native Tom McKnight's runner up finish in the U.S. Amateur has helped earn him a spot at Pinehurst. He qualified for the U.S. Open amateur. Yesterday he shot a first round two over 72. He is in second place. He tees off today at 12:20.

[S-CVITT]


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The Central Virginia Invitational Tennis Tournament got through some rain today. But during the delay, Roy Stanley had a chance to visit with a few rising stars at the Oakwood Country Club.
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[IN Q="On the inside...]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-David Leatherwood/Oakwood C.C. Tennis Pro; :21]
[SUPER=01-Dustin West/Group AAA Tennis Champion; :47]
[SUPER=01-Carl Clark/Number 1 Seed; :56]
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[OUT Q=....news 7 sports."]

((On the inside tournament officials were keeping an eye on the weather channel looking for a break to get the event started.
The morning showers had already left water standing on the clay courts postponing the morning rounds.
But as soon as the sky cleared, The plan was to complete round one as scheduled.)) ((DAVID LEATHERWOOD/OAKWOOD C.C. TENNIS PRO:)) ((Players who were scheduled to open play at nine were anxious to get the tournament started.
This years tournament is special for E.C. Glass tennis star Dustin West, who along with his Hilltopper teammates captured the Group Three A state tennis tournament this season.)) ((DUSTIN WEST/GROUP AAA TENNIS CHAMPION:)) ((CARL CLARK/FORMER CVITT CHAMPION:)) ((ROY STANLEY:))
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The rain stopped and play began at 2 pm. Glass's Dustin West lost to Virginia Tech's Adam Marchetti 6-3, 6-1.

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A sculptor in Romania gives new meaning to "Look Ma, No hands!"
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The tools this artist uses? His lips and teeth.
The material? Chewing gum.
Karoly Kiss creates tiny animal sculptures - in about 20 seconds.
Kiss says he began creating his sculptures at age six.
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