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Coming up on News 7-
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Jerry Falwell and a gay minister get together ... and protestors get rowdy.
They're even rowdier in New York ... when a few Klansmen meet thousands of protestors.

And why are they in school on Saturday in Botetourt County?
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News 7 is next.
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((REV. JERRY FALWELL: I DON'T AGREE WITH YOUR LIFESTYLE, I WILL NEVER AGREE WITH YOUR LIFESTYLE, BUT I LOVE YOU AND I WOULD LIKE TO BUILD A BRIDGE OF FRIENDSHIP.))
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A historic meeting between the Reverend Jerry Falwell and gay minister Mel White draws cheers from their supporters... and jeers from dozens of protesters in Lynchburg.
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[Falwell-Protest]


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They are two men who could not disagree more when it comes to the issue of homosexuality.
But after years of sniping at each other, Jerry Falwell and Mel White sat down today to talk about easing their war of words and finding ways to reduce violence against gays and Christians in America.
Steve Smallshaw has the story.
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((THAT MAN, YOU HAVE TO HATE HIS SIN, YOU HAVE TO HATE HIM.))
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While Jerry Falwell and Mel White were looking for ways to tone down their rhetoric, their meeting was causing others to ratchet theirs up.
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((YOU WILL BURN IN HELL UNLESS YOU REPENT..))
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Armed with their now- familiar anti- gay signs, protest groups from Kansas and Texas spent much of their day in Lynchburg harassing Mel White's band of Soulforce volunteers... the protesters say Falwell has sold out to the gay movement.
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((REV. W.N. OTWELL/PROTESTER: THEY CHOSE THAT FILTHY LIFESTYLE, THEY CHOSE TO BE QUEERS AND GAYS AND HOMOSEXUALS AND WHATEVER YOU WANT TO CALL IT. THEY CHOSE THIS AND JERRY IS PUTTING HIS APPROVAL ON IT.))
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((REV. FRED PHELPS/PROTESTER: `GOD HATES FAGS' IS NOT A PEJORATIVE STATEMENT. IT'S A PROFOUND THEOLOGICAL STATEMENT, THAT THIS NATION NEEDS TODAY MORE THAN THIS NATION NEEDS OXYGEN TO BREATHE, WATER TO DRINK AND BREAD TO EAT.))
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But 200 gays and lesbians went ahead and sat down with 200 conservative Christians inside Thomas Road Baptist Church in a meeting that many said was a productive first step.
Both Falwell and White say they now realize their words have consequences.. and it's time to stop demonizing the other side.
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((REV. JERRY FALWELL: AND I'VE MADE NO BONES ABOUT IT, MY ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO BRING THEM OUT OF THE LIFESTYLE AND TO THE LORD, BUT I'M GOING TO LOVE THEM REGARDLESS.))
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((Steve Smallshaw/Reporting: So the two sides have met, and in the words of Jerry Falwell, the building did not collapse around them. Both men say this was an important first step but it will take more meetings like this before any real progress is made.. in the meantime, they've agreed to disagree.))
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((REV. MEL WHITE: BUT AS LONG AS WE'RE AT THE TABLE TOGETHER, AND JERRY HAS GIVEN US A TABLE HERE, I DON'T KNOW WHERE WE'RE GOING TO GO, WE'RE GOING TO LOOK AT EACH OTHER FOR A COUPLE OF MONTHS, THEN WE'RE GOING TO GET TOGETHER AGAIN.))
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How long it will take to build that bridge of friendship, no one knows, but these Christians.. both gay and straight.. say it would be a sin not to try.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.)




[KKK-Rally]


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A Ku Klux Klan rally in New York wasn't meant to build any bridges.
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[VIDEO OF GUY GETTING PUNCHED]
The insults flew back and forth.
One punch landed ... cutting a Klansman's cheek.
The number of protesters outnumbered men in robes ... a thousand to 16.
A lawyer for New York City called the Klan a "terrorist organization," saying we're mad as hell and we're not going to take them anymore.
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((MIKE HESS/CITY CORPORATION COUNCIL: I WANT THIS ORGANIZATION EXPOSED SO PEOPLE KNOW WHAT THIS ORGANIZATION STANDS FOR. THEY STAND FOR DIVISION, TERRORISM, RACIAL HATRED AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO TOLERATE THAT TYPE OF THING ANYMORE.))
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The few Klansmen who showed up wore robes and hats -- but no masks.
A New York law stopped the Klan from rallying with their faces covered.
The Klan sued the city -- but the U-S Supreme Court upheld New York's law.
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A gruesome car wreck in Tennessee has left seven people dead and witnesses and police officers in shock.
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A Nissan carrying five teenagers apparently spun out of control and into a sport utility vehicle.
It was a head-on crash.
The two people inside the S-U-V were trapped.
Police say they lay helpless as their car burst into flames.
The two were burned beyond recognition.
This happened last night in Portland, Tennessee.
Police are still try to figure out what went wrong.
They don't think alcohol was involved.
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[Columbine]


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They're still feeling aftershocks from the Columbine tragedy in Colorado.
A mother of one of the shooting victims walked into a pawn shop and asked to see a gun.
When the clerk wasn't looking, she loaded the gun ... shot herself in the head .. and killed herself.
Carla Hochhalter left a note apologizing to her family.
Her daughter Anne Marie was paralyzed in the school shooting.
Besides her daughter, Carla Hochhalter leaves behind a son and a husband.



[Taliban]


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There's talk tonight of a deal that would bring Osama bin Laden out of hiding and into the hands of the United States Army.
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Bin Laden is the accused terrorist kingpin living in Afghanistan.
The fundamentalist Islamic Taliban Army ... which controls most of that country ... wants better relations with the U-S.
To get that ... the Taliban says bin Laden might be part of a deal.
The U-S has imposed sanctions on Afghanistan ... after accusing bin Laden of planning the bombings at two U-S embassies.
Those bombings in Africa killed 224 people.
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[Clinton]


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The battle over the federal budget was fought over the airwaves today.
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President Clinton used his weekly radio address ... proposing a bill that would use money from the Social Security surplus to pay down the national debt.
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((CLINTON: WE MUST SEIZE THIS MOMENT OF UNPRECEDENTED PROSPERITY AND BUDGET SURPLUSES TO EXTEND THE LIFE OF SOCIAL SECURITY.))
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Clinton said he'd reduce the debt by 3-point-one trillion dollars in 15 years ...
Then reinvest interest savings in the Social Security trust fund ... making it solvent into the middle of next century.
Republicans said having a surplus doesn't mean the President should go on a spending spree.
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[Senate-Campaign]


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People shopping on the market in downtown Roanoke today -- got a chance to meet one of their United States Senators.
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John Warner was in town helping State Senate candidate William Fralin do some campaigning.
Warner says it's important to build ties between the Virginia Assembly and Congress.
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((SEN. JOHN WARNER/(R) VIRGINIA:WHEN I'VE GOT TO SOLVE A PROBLEM IN THIS REGION THIS MAN IS GOING TO BE MY EYES AND EARS AND I'LL CALL HIM UP AND SAY WHAT IS YOU WANT TO DO))
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Warner says it's time for Republicans to take over the General Assembly.
Fralin says he appreciates the support.
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((WILLIAM FRALIN/STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: I LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH THE SENATOR TO SOLVING SOME OF THE PROBLEMS IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY LIKE I-81. THAT INTERSTATE NEEDS TO BE FIXED AND WE'RE GOING TO DO IT))
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Fralin is challenging State Senator John Edwards in the 21st District.
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A bank robber wanted in Carroll County is behind bars tonight, coming up find out how he was captured.
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Plus it's not your ordinary school, especially for a Saturday. After the break see how culture and language is taught to children whose homes are thousands of miles away.
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[Robbery-Arrest]


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A North Carolina man has been arrested for robbing a bank in Carroll County this past Wednesday. 23 year old James Patrick Spann of Surry County was charged after robberies at the B-B-and-T Bank in Cana ... as well as a series of other robberies in North Carolina. Spann was arrested after someone at the Mount Airy Police Department recognized him from a surveillance picture. He's being held in the Forsyth County Jail in Winston Salem, North Carolina.




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They're in school on Saturday and their teachers speak Japanese.
Some newcomers to the Roanoke Valley want to be sure their children can assimilate without leaving their culture behind.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(( It's Saturday morning and 9 year old Nao Masuda is at school.
He's learning how to do math in Japanese at the Japanese Saturday School of Roanoke.
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((NAT SOUND OF STUDENTS BOWING TO TEACHER))
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Although Nao's parents want him and his brother to adapt to the American way -- the don't want them to lose their culture in the process.
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((TOMO MASUDA: THEY FORGET MANY THINGS WE TRY TO GO BACK TO JAPAN EVERY SUMMER TO LET THEM EXPERIENCE MANY THINGS. IT'S STILL HARD BUT IF WE CAN COME HERE EVERY SATURDAY IT'S GOOD FOR THEM MEETING SAME AGE JAPANESE STUDENTS))
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The school is temporarily operating at Read Mountain Middle School.
Students ages six to eleven spend two hours there every Saturday learning the Japanese language and culture.
And for the Masuda family -- making sure their children have this opportunity is important.
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((TOMO MASUDA: BECAUSE OF MY HUSBANDS SITUATION WE DON'T KNOW WE DON'T KNOW WHEN WE GO BACK TO JAPAN IT DEPENDS ON THE COMPANIES DECISION. SO THEY KIDS GOT TO BE PREPARED. WHENEVER THEY GO BACK THEY HAVE TO ADJUST TO JAPANESE SCHOOL ))
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Many of the parents are employees of Japanese companies that have moved to the Roanoke Valley -- including the most recent addition of Koyo Steering Corporation.
Pearl Fu a multiculturial advocate says other Asian groups are also migrating to the area because of jobs -- which will have an impact on the economy.
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((PEARL FU/LOCAL COLOR COORDINATOR: BY HAVING ALL THESE COMING FROM DIFFERENT AREAS THIS WILL REALLY SHOW HOW WONDERFULLY DIVERSIFIED AND HOW MUCH ROANOKE HAS TO OFFER. I THINK BIG COMPANIES LOOK FOR THAT WHEN THEY RELOCATE TO A DIFFERENT PLACE))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTER: CONSTRUCTION HAS STARTED FOR AN EDUCATION CENTER HERE AT GREENFIELD PARK WHICH WILL HOUSE THE SATURDAY SCHOOL. THE SCHOOL IS EXPECTED TO MOVE TO ITS NEW LOCATION APRIL OF THE YEAR 2000))
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It's a walking trail with a rich history...
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A dedication ceremony this morning at the Hanging Rock Battlefield trail. The trail has civil war ties dating back to 1864.
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((DAVID ROBBINS/PRESERVATIONIST:GENERAL HUNTER'S TROOPS WERE RETREATING THROUGH THIS VALLEY FROM SALEM TO NEW CASTLE AFTER HAVING ATTACKED LYNCHBURG AND THEY WERE CAUGHT HERE AT HANGING ROCK AND THERE WAS A SKIRMISH PROBABLY ONE OF THE BIGGER SKIRMISHES IN ROANOKE COUNTY AND THE ROANOKE VALLEY))
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The 1-point-6 mile greenway trial goes from Hanging Rock into the city of Salem. Funding for the trail came from a federal grant.
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If you're in the mood for a true ghost experience this Halloween.
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Then coming up on News 7, take a walking tour of the haunting streets of Lexington where the ghost stories make Halloween come alive.
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As Halloween gets close, the stories you hear get creepier.
So do Kimberly McBroom's stories.
In this week's "Time Off" segment, she takes us on a unique tour of Lexington, where spirits are said to walk the streets.
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((With lanterns lighting the way, historic Lexington takes on a very different mood after sunset...
Charles McFadden, donned in period costume, is a guide for the Lexington ghost tour.
His first story centers around a dog that developed a special friendship with a Washington College student, more than a century ago.
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((CHARLES MCFADDEN/GHOST TOUR GUIDE: IT WOULD RUN OVER TO THE BUSHES AND HIDE. IT WOULD COME TO THE BOTTOM OF THE STEPS AND WAIT ON THE BOY, UNTIL ONE DAY, ONE OF THE PEOPLE NOTICED WHEN THAT LITTLE BLACK DOG CAME TO THE BOTTOM OF THE STEPS, WAITING ON THE BOY, HE STARTED UP THE STEPS TO WAIT AT THE DOOR. THE GUY GOT TO THE LEDGE, JUST IN TIME TO SEE THE DOG PASS STRAIGHT THROUGH IT, AND THAT'S WHERE OUR GHOST STORY STARTED-- WITH THE LITTLE GHOST DOG OF LEXINGTON.)) [RUNS:22]
Within walking distance, another supernatural tale about an animal.
This storefront window features a replica of General Robert E- Lee's House, along with his re- appearing horse, Traveler.
As the ghost story goes, Traveler is often still heard walking the streets, and into his stall.
There's also said to be an unusual sighting at the historic Middleton House.
It was originally built in the late 1700's as a Methodist Church, and many people say the pastor's wife can still be found here....
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((MARK CLINE/GHOST TOUR GUIDE: THAT'S THE WINDOW WHERE MRS. VANDERSLICE HAS BEEN SEEN BRUSHING HER LONG BLONDE HAIR FOR THE PAST 170 YEARS, IN THE SOUTHWEST WINDOW OF THE HOUSE.)) [RUNS:09]
But don't tell that to Jack Robertson, who's lived here since he was seven years old.
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((Kimberly McBroom/News 7: Do you actually have ghosts? JACK ROBERTSON/MIDDLETON HOUSE RESIDENT: THEY TELL ME THERE IS, BUT I'VE NEVER SEEN ONE.)) [RUNS:05]
The final stop on the tour is also a final RESTING PLACE, the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery.
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[SOT 19:24:10 tape 1]

((CHARLES MCFADDEN/GHOST TOUR GUIDE: GET A LOOK WHERE HIS SHOULDERS AND HEAD ARE JUST ABOVE THE TREELINE, TAKE A DEEP BREATH, HOLD IT, LET IT OUT SLOWLY... CAN YOU SEE HIS HEAD MOVING SLOWLY BACK AND FORTH, SAYING "NO", PERHAPS LOOKING UP AT HIS FIRST GRAVE AND LOOKING BACK. IT'S BEEN DOING THAT SINCE THE STATUE WAS PUT UP THERE. IT DOES IT FOR US EVERY NIGHT.)) [RUNS:26]
Despite the dramatic tone of the tour, both guides insist that none of it is "made up"...it's all based on local folklore from the book, "The Gentle Ghosts of Lexington".
But the tour DOES become more spooky this time of year....
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((MARK CLINE/GHOST TOUR GUIDE: SO, IF YOU'RE PLANNING TO COME OUT DURING THE WEEK OF HALLOWEEN, BE PREPARED FOR A FEW LITTLE EXTRA GIMMICKS.)) [RUNS:06]
Each ghost tour lasts about an hour and a half...and is offered through Halloween.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Lexington. ))
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In addition to the Lexington Ghost Tours, Mark Cline is also offering the new "Scare Witch Experience", based on the popular horror movie.
Information on that, and directions for the ghost tours are located on our website at W-D-B-J-7-DOT-COM.

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It was close for a half but the William Fleming Colonels blew it open in the second half beating Giles 56 to 28.
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These young kids were wrapped up as the Hawk was biting at Victory Stadium.
Trailing 7 to nothing Steven Gilmore takes the snap and he goes up the middle for the touchdown the two point conversion made it 8 to 7 Spartans.
But that lead didn't last long as Richard Barrett hooks up with Cedric Preston with the pass and he stretches across the goal line the Colonels went back on top.
Giles then put it in the air As Cooney Ratliff throws the short pass to Daniel Stevers just before the half and the Spartans trailed 28 to 21.
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In the third Jermaine Hardy goes to his right and come straight into his living room for his second T-D and Fleming wins it 56 to 28.
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Cave Spring made a trip to Lynchburg to take on E.C. Glass of the Western District.
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The Hilltopper fans whooping it up before the kickoff.
Cave Springs Michael Hamler trys to silence the crowd as he goes up the middle bounces outside and scores the 20 yard T-D run and the Knights led 7 to nothing in the first.
But Glass comes right back Lorenza Russell plows up the middle from the one to tie the score at 7 to 7 late in the first quarter.
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After a Cave turnover Glass took advantage when Marico Bowling takes the pitch and scores untouched and the Hilltoppers win it 20 to 7.
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[S-VMI]


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William and Mary had beaten VMI in its last 13 meetings.
The Keydets hosted the Tribe today hoping to break that streak.
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[SUPER=03-Lexington/William & Mary vs. VMI;]


Cal McCombs and his team were looking for their first victory of the season over a one double-A opponent.
But the Tribe took the early lead, and expanded on it as quarterback David Corley hands off to Komlan Lonergran. Lonergran makes his way through the pack and to the outside. He picks up the first down and the drive continues.
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William and Mary finds the end zone as Corey Nesmith escapes the VMI defense and the Keydets can't hold back the Tribe as William and Mary wins its 14th straight game against VMI 35 to 14.
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In the Big East, Miami rallied from 28 points down in the third quarter to beat Boston College 31 to 28.
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The Eagles were flying high until the fourth quarter.
Leading 21 to nothing Cedric Washington takes the handoff and scores on the three year run and B-C took a 28 to nothing lead.
But the Canes would score on their first three possessions of the fourth quarter a Kenny Kelly to David Franks 10 yard T-D pass would tie the score at 28.
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Kicker Andy Crosland boots the 30 yard field goal in the fourth and the Canes win it 31 to 28.
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[S-Noles]


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Bobby Bowden and his Son Tommy went head to head in Death Valley tonight.
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Bobby was going for his 300-th win and Tommy was looking for Dad's respect.
And Peter Warrick returned after his legal problems.
The Tigers would take the lead in the first quarter when Woodrow Dantzler hits Rod Gardnerr on the 5 yard T-D pass to make itt 7 to 3.
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Clemson led 14 to 3 at the half but the Noles would tie the game at the end of the third Travis Minor scoring on the three yard run and Florida State wins it 17 to 14.
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[S-College]


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Ferrum upsets Frostburg State and Liberty downs Charleston Southern.
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In Ann Arbor, 9-th ranked Michigan blew a 27 to 7 lead losing its second straight game.
Illinois's Kurt Kittner threw four touchdown passes including this 49 yard bomb to Rickey Harvey with two minutes left in the game for the 35 to 29 upset.
And hare are the rest of the scores.
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And coming up, The World Series opened tonight at Turner Field in Atlanta Kenny Wallace leads second round qualifying at the Rock.
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And Mark Martin takes the checkered in the Kmart 200 Busch race at the Rock.
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The 1999 World Series opened tonight at Turner Field in Atlanta. Tom Glavine was replaced on the hill by Greg Maddux, Glavine suffering from the flu.
And New York opens the series with the 4 to 1 win to go one up with game two tomorrow night in Atlanta.



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Mark Martin started his weekend off at The Rock today winning the Busch Kmart 200.
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[SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/TNN SPORTS; :]


Martin had a strong car but he had to battle with Jeff Green over the final 20 laps before he crossed the line winning the race, his sixth Busch win in 13 races.
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Green finsihed second, Dave Blaney third, Matt Kenseth fourth and Todd Bodine fifth.