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Up next on News 7 at 11...
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Hurricane Dennis is in no hurry... and forecasters still aren't sure where he's headed...
VMI's board of visitors gives Josiah Bunting a vote of confidence,
And Russian Cosmonauts say a final goodbye to the MIR space station.
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[Florida-Preps]


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Good evening... Hurricane Dennis continues is slow track toward the east coast, with forecasters still not sure where he's headed.
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[SUPER=03-Daytona Beach, FL;]


The Florida coast is one possible destination, but with Dennis too far off to affect the day's weather, no one seemed too concerned.
Instead of stocking up on supplies, many went to the beach.
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[IN Q=It's so nice out]

((CHRIS NOWVISKIE/LIFEGUARD; IT'S SO NICE OUT NOW. UNTIL THIS THING IS KNOCKING ON OUR DOOR - NO ONE'S GOING TO TAKE IT SERIOUSLY. MELISSA REINHARDT/RESIDENT; WELL, WE WENT GROCERY SHOPPING AND WE WERE ACTUALLY SWIMMING IN THE POOL, BUT WE CAME HERE

JUST TO SAY WE WENT DOWN TO THE OCEAN.))
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[SUPER=01-Melissa Reinhardt/Resident; :10]
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Store's selling storm supplies reported little business, but surf shops were booming.
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[Hurricane-Dennis]


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While Florida is doing little to prepare for Hurricane Dennis residents of the Carolinas are not taking any chances and are getting ready.
The National Weather Service says if Dennis doesn't hit Florida over the weekend, it could come ashore somewhere between Wilmington, North Carolina and Charleston, South Carolina by Monday morning.
Ellen Qualls has been from South Carolina's grand strand to North Carolina's southern beaches today and she has this report.
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[WX1] [11:00pm] [08/28/1999] WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

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The Board of Visitors at Virginia Military Institute are now backing superintendent Josiah Bunting.
This was the decision today by the board after reviewing Bunting's discretionary expenses ---which are currently u

nder investigation by the Rockbridge Commonwealth's Attorney.
Joy Sutton has details.
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((BRUCE GOTTWALD/VMI BOARD OF VISITORS: BASED ON OUR REVIEW WE HAVE CONCLUDED THAT ALL OF THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN SPENT IN THE BEST INTEREST OF VMI AND IT'S MISSION. THERE HAS BEEN NO INTENT OF PERSONAL GAIN WHATSOEVER BY THE SUPERINTENDENT.))
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These were the words of the Board of Visitors President following a closed session review of Superintendent Josiah Bunting.
State Officials are currently reviewing the superintendent's use of his 100-thousand dollar discretionary account-- part of which was used for a retirement party and to buy gifts.
Even though this account is not funded by tax dollars it is still subject to state guidelines.
The VMI Foundation Incorporated provides the majority of the funding for the discretionary account-- and is backing Bunting.
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((GIL MINOR/VMI FOUNDATION INC.: FOUNDATION FUNDS HAVE BEEN SPENT PROPERLY AND APPROPRIATELY FOR THE BETTERMENT OF VMI))
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Bunting says that support is important since his integrity is on the line.
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((JOSIAH BUNTING/VMI SUPERINTENDENT: ALL I HAVE DONE WITH CONSCIOUS ACTION HAS BEEN UNDERTAKEN WITH WHAT I CONCEIVE TO BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF VMI))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTER:BUNTING SAYS IT'S TIME TO GET BACK TO BUSINESS OF RUNNING VMI.
AND NOW IT'S JUST A MATTER OF WAITING AS STATE OFFICIALS WRAP-UP THEIR INVESTIGATION.))
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[State-Democrats]


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State Democrats came to Roanoke this weekend to decide whether to hold a presidential primary in Feburary.
Virginia Republicans have already decided to hold a primary February 29th of next year--but a technicality in state law and Democratic National Committe guidelines will prevent state Democrats from holding a primary that soon. The Democratic Committee plans to study the possibility of holding a presidential primary in the year 2004.

[Mir]


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The Russian space station MIR is now officially deserted.
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Two Russians and a French cosmonaut returned to earth today, the last full-time crew to serve on the station
Mission Control will shut down MIR's main computer and the station is expected to burn up in the earth's atmosphere.
The Russians decided to end the MIR program because it was too expensive.
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California firefighters are feeling the heat and it's not from the weather.
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Coming up next on News 7.. See the wild fires that are keeping them so busy they aren't seeing an end in sight.
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[Wildfires]


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It's a long hard weekend for firefighters in California.
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They worked all night, trying to put out 20 fires still burning along the West Coast.
10 thousand people are now on the job, and emergency officials say its still not enough.
So far 200 thousand acres have burned .
A hot forecast has many worried about thunderstorms that could spark even more fires.
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[Business-Review]


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Relief for tobacco farmers will be inhaled by some, but those deciding are expecting to be spit out.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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(( This week on the Review:
Governor Gilmore appointed 18-people to the commission that distributes tobacco-settlement money -- nine of them from Southside.
They say their job could light up some tempers.
They have to decide which communities and which growers get what portion of the two-billion dollars Virginia promised to farmers. [99-27 at 42:37]
Meanwhile ... growers and leaf dealers getting smoked by a slumping demand for tobacco played host to Senator Chuck Robb and Congressman Virgil Goode.
The dignitaries were short on specifics ... but said they'd try to get help for tobacco country when they get back to Washington. [99-29 at 1:52:30]
One of Norfolk Southern's biggest customers is derailing half of its business.
United Parcel Service is putting 50-percent of what used to be shipped by trains onto trucks.
UPS said the railroad's recent track record of late deliveries is "just unacceptable." [volvo 2]
Three-hundred-fifty workers at the Volvo plant in Dublin were sent truckin.'
But their union says the layoffs are very temporary.
The local United Auto Workers president said all will come back to work in a week, when demand for industrial trucks is expected to pick up again. [99-24 at 1:51:17]
The man who owns a Roanoke body art parlor says he got tattooed by a court ruling.
Danny Fowler sued a former employee for violating a non-compete clause.
But a judge says there's no proof Mark Bell took business away from his former boss.
So, to Danny's dismay, Mark is free to pierce and paint as much skin as he likes. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
It was a mixed week on Wall Street.
The Dow lost 10 points.
The Nasdaq picked up 111.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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[Employment]


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July was Virginia's lowest jobless month and best summer employment situation in half a century.
The figures released by the Virginia Unemployment Commission show unemployment was down 2 percent from June. Around the state Buchanan County came in with the highest July jobless rate while Charlottesville had the lowest.


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It's a new home that has an old style --- that's helping to bring one neighborhood back to life.
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It's this house in historic Gainsboro on Gilmer Avenue that was reconstructed by the Blue Ridge Housing Development Corporation.
The new homeowner who used to live in the neighborhood got a chance to see her new home today for the first time.
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((FRANCIS CALLOWAY/ NEW HOME OWNER: I NEVER DREAMED THAT WILL BE BACK IN NORTH EAST ON THE STREETS I PLAYED ON WHEN I WAS CHILD))
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Mayor David Bowers even stopped by to greet the new homeowner.
And the Corporation is hoping to re-build more homes just like this one.
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((ALVIN NASH/BLUE RIDGE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION: FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS WE HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN TRYING TO REVITALIZE COMMUNITIES THAT ARE UNDERDEVELOPED AND SUFFERED FROM URBAN REVITALIZATION))
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The project was also supported by Historic Gainsboro Preservation Incorporated and Roanoke City.
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Would you like to go to a place with beautiful views and a relaxing environment?
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Coming up in this week's Time Off, Kimberly McBroom will take you to a place where the word stress doesn't exist.
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[lotto]

[SUPER=137-5 9 9/3 9 9 2/3 5 15 25 26/5 18 24 31 33 37/8 2 0 1 8 5 5][Orchard-Gap]



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Going to the Blue Ridge Parkway is a refreshing experience almost any time.
But if you need to take a break during the scenic drive, the Inn at Orchard Gap is one possible destination.
As Kimberly McBroom tells us in "Time Off", this bed and breakfast serves up its OWN beautiful view.
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((Setting the breakfast table is just one of the many duties Micky and Debbie Williams perform together as innkeepers.
Once guests return from their daily outings, this living area can fill up quickly.
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((DEBBIE WILLIAMS/INNKEEPER: WE GET LOTS OF PEOPLE FROM CANADA THAT TRAVEL THE BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY AND FROM UP NORTH, VERY MANY PEOPLE FROM NORTH CAROLINA, AS WELL AS FROM VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE, THE SURROUNDING STATES COME. AND WE'VE HAD PEOPLE FROM OVERSEAS, FROM EUROPE AND OTHER AREAS, TOO.)) [RUNS:16]
What brings them here could be the attractive guest rooms featuring queen- sized beds, antique furniture and hand- stitched quilts.
Upstairs rooms also have gas fireplaces.
Two new cottages are available for rent, and have been popular with families.
Room rates range between 70 and 75- dollars a night, including breakfast.
Cottages run between 85 and 95- dollars.
But besides the amenities they offer, the Williams have their own theory as to why visitors keep coming back.
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((DEBBIE & MICKY WILLIAMS: WELL, MOSTLY THE VIEWS AND THE PEACE AND QUIET AND THE SURROUNDINGS. YOU CAN KIND OF COME UP HERE AND RELAX AND ENJOY JUST SITTING ON THE PORCH, OR HIKING AND BIKING OR DOING PRETTY MUCH WHATEVER YOU LIKE TO DO.)) [RUNS:13]
Speaking of the VIEW...each room leads out to a porch with plenty of rocking chairs.
But once you leave the comforts of the chair, you can check out several area attractions.
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((DEBBIE WILLIAMS/INNKEEPER: WE TRY AND GIVE PEOPLE AS MUCH INFORMATION ABOUT THE AREA AS WE CAN AND TELL THEM ABOUT UNIQUE PLACES WHERE TO SHOP, WHERE TO VISIT, OR WHERE TO FIND NICE PLACES TO BE AND THEY KIND OF GET OUT TO THOSE PLACES DURING THE DAY AND THEN COME BACK TO THEIR ROCKING CHAIRS LATE IN THE AFTERNOON.)) [RUNS:17]
When asked about who typically visits the inn, the Williams say guests come from virtually every walk of life.
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((MICKY WILLIAMS/INNKEEPER: THEY RANGE FROM MOTORCYCLISTS TO PROFESSORS, DOCTORS, JUST-- THEY JUST COME UP HERE TO RELAX.)) [RUNS:06]
And from where they're sitting, the relaxing is easy.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Carroll County.))
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A Confederate General from Franklin County is being remembered through art.
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And now for the first time there is a painting of General Jubal Early marching into battle in 1864.
The artist was at the Hotel Roanoke signing museum edition prints of the painting entitled "Old Jubilee".
The paintings were on sale for 200-dollars.
Profits from 100 of the prints are going to help the Jubal Early Preservation Trust.
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[IN Q=Their refurbishing]

((JOHN PAUL STRAIN: THEIR REFURBISHING AND REDOING JUBAL EARLY'S HOME HERE IN THE AREA. I FELT LIKE MY DONATIONS OF JUBAL EARLY WOULD HELP IN THE DONATIONS AND SO FORTH))
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The artist says the painting is very detailed and was based on photographs of General Early and uniforms used in battle.
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Roanoke Catholic opened its season with a win under new head coach Paul Moyer routing Massanutten 61 to 8.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Catholic vs Massanutten; :]


Moyer checking the action from the sideline in the second quarter.
Already up 27 to nothing Donnell Priest would add to that lead as he keeps it and scores up the middle on the run and its 34 to nothing Catholic at the half.
Then in the second half off the kickoff Massanutten will take the squid kick to the right runner gets hit and fumbles the ball and Catholic's Ryan Johnson picks up the rock and runs it in for the touchdown.
[SUPER=36-Roanoke Catholic/61/Massanutten/8/;]


Any thoughts Massanutten had of a comeback were stopped when Eugene Leftwich takes the handoff to his right and makes the score 61 to 8 giving Moyer that first win at Catholic.
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[S-College]


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Fourth ranked Penn State open the college football season today beating Arizona 41 to 7 in the Pigskin Classic.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-University Park, PA/ABC SPORTS; :]


Joe Paterno leading the Lions into Happy Valley.
Penn State jumped on Arizona in the first quarter. Kevin Thompson drops back and hits Chafie Fields he makes the catch and races into the end zone from 37 yards out and the Nittany Lions took the 7 to nothing lead.
Fields was the man in the first quarter. On this play he takes the hand off hits the hole and races into the end zone from 70 yards out his second score of the day and Penn State led 14 to nothing in the first quarter.
[SUPER=36-Penn State/41/Arizona/7/;]


Aaron Harris would score on this play from 15 yards out to make the score 31 to nothing and Penn State gets the 41 to 7 victory.
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[S-Noles]


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[VO-NAT]
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Top ranked Florida State was at home today hosting Louisiana Tech.
The Seminoles led 7 to nothing but Louisiana tech would tie the score in the second quarter when Tim Rattay hooks up with John Simon on the 13 yard touchdown pass play to tie the score at 7 to 7.
[SUPER=36-Florida St./41/Louisiana Tech/7/;]


But Florida State would take the lead for good in the second quarter Peter Warrick gets the ball on the reverse he cuts it back then takes it inside and rolls in for the touchdown and the Noles win it 41 to 7.
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In other college action Notre Dame beat Kansas 48 to 13 and Texas downed N.C. State __ to __

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The Atlanta Braves won their ninth straight today beating St. Louis 3 to nothing in 13 innings.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/FOX SPORTS; :]


Tony LaRussa checking the action in the 13-th.
Gerald Williams hits a single to centerfield scoring Ozzie Guillen from third and the Braves took the one to nothing lead in the 13-th.
[SUPER=35-Atlanta/3/St. Louis/0/;]


Then leading 2 to nothing Jose Hernandez hits a single to left field scoring Chipper Jones and the Braves hold on for the 3 to nothing win over the Cardinals.
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[S-Yanks]


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Scott Brosius singled in the winning run in the ninth to lead New York to a 2 to 1 win over Seattle.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX SPORTS; :]


Joe Torre kicking back in the dugout.
And the Yankees would get on the board first. Shane Spencer hits this single to left field scoring Tino Martinez and the Yankees jumped out to the 1 to nothing lead.
But the Mariners would answer in the third Raul Ibanez gets all of this pitch sending it over the right field wall for a solo homer to tie the score at 1 to 1.
[SUPER=35-New York/2/Seattle/1/;]


Yankee Pitcher El Duke would record a season high 10 strikeouts as the Yankees beat the Mariners 2 to 1.
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[S-Scores]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Williamsport, PA/ABC SPORTS; :]


The Little League World Series championship is going back to Japan.
This afternoon in Williamsport, Japan shutout Phenix City, Alabama 5 to nothing to win the series.
Now, for all of tonights baseball scores lets check the boards
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up, The Winston Cup cars were in Bristol tonight the Redskins and Steelers hooked up in Pittsburgh.
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[VO-NAT]


And Tiger Woods is the new leader after three rounds of the World Golf Championship.
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[S-Race]


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Dale Earnhardt and Terry Labonte traded paint in the final laps of the race and Earnhardt holds on taking the checkered flag in the Goody's 500 at Bristol.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bristol, TN/ESPN; :]


Rusty Wallace took the lead from the outside pole position with Tony Stewart on his bumper with 481 laps to go.
Points leader Dale Jarrett gets lose and gets hit in the rear bringing out the caution he had to take the car to the garage area for repairs and dropped off the pace.
Stewart would come back and take the lead with over 300 laps to go in the 500 laps race.
Stewart led over 200 laps before he gave up the lead to Jeff Gordon after pit stops on the fifth caution of the night.
Terry Labonte was leading the race but he would spin out at the top of the track with less than 10 laps to go he comes back and catches Dale Earnhardt but Earnhardt taps him he spins again and Earnhardt takes the checkered flag for the win.
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Jimmy Spencer gets through the wreck to finish second Ricky Rudd finished third.



[S-Skins]


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The Washington Redskins were in Pittsburgh tonight taking on the Steelers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pittsburgh, PA; :]


The Washington offense looked good in the first quarter. Brad Johnson goes to the air and hits wide receiver Michael Westbrook on the 41 yard touchdown pass play and the Skins took the 7 to nothing lead.
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Then in the third quarter, Rodney Peete hooks up with James Thrash on this 36 yard touchdown pass and the Redskins hold on for the 27 to 14 win over the Steelers.
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Tiger Woods is the leader after three rounds of the World Golf Championship.
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Woods just missed the course record by a stroke he finished the day shooting an 8 under par 62 for a total of 11 under par.
That's good enough for a five shot lead on Fred Couples. Couples shot a 63 and he shares the second place with Nick Price at 6 under par.
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