GreenJackets rout Hagerstown

Big Cat rescues Braves

Jackets shut out Suns

Braves sweep series with Padres

Braves notebook: Klesko, Boone struggle during series

Braves notebook: Glavine close to joining elite group

Heilig-Meyers plans local store closings

Business briefs

Heilig-Meyers plans local store closings
Heilig-Meyers Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday and said it will close 302 stores nationwide, including three in the Augusta area.

Maker will replace bald tires

Firestone faces state lawsuit
Forty-one state attorneys general discussed concerns during a conference call Tuesday about how Bridgestone/Firestone is recalling 6.5 million tires.

Tire tied to more fatalities
DETROIT - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has raised to 62 the number of deaths it believes are linked to the Firestone tires now being recalled.

Maker will replace bald tires
Bridgestone/Firestone Inc. said authorized dealers will replace all recalled tires - even those so bald that they should not be on the road - at no charge.

WorldCom may expand in area
WorldCom is seeking government approval to offer high-speed, wireless Internet service in 60 markets, including Augusta.

Firestone outlines pay plan

Firestone outlines pay plan
Bridgestone/Firestone Inc. said Tuesday it will reimburse customers who earlier this year bought tires to replace ones included in its $350 million recall.

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Stock prices closed mixed Wednesday, as investors digested the dual effects of modest inflation brought about by a cooling economy.

Business briefs
NEW YORK - The Dow's three-day winning streak ended Tuesday amid a downturn among retail, brokerage houses and health stocks.

Firestone faces state lawsuit

Business briefs

First Union faces buyout
Credit card giant MBNA Corp. says it will buy First Union Corp.'s credit card business, a move that could result in up to 150 jobs lost in Augusta.

Watkins makes another move

Tigers counting on Leard

Gamecocks lose freshman QB

Predictions don't concern coach

Versatile athlete out of spotlight

Augustan part of Jackets' turnaround

O'Leary happy with Tech's progress

Restates need for Stallions turnout

Abortion?

'Chronicle' doing the wrong thing

Few's phone bills

Drivers must respect cyclists' rights

Truman stupidest president ever

Don't build white concrete elephant

Some Christians just don't get it

A reason for missile defense

Questions about pregnant felon

S.C.'s deadly interstates

Firestone's flat act

GOP ticket invites Teapot Dome II

Feels beaten deputy is penalized

Gore has experience to be president

U.S. run by Communist Manifesto

Lava Lamps
Pat McAleer has had one since the 1960s. He took one to Vietnam, lost another in a divorce, in which he said the lamp was a contested item, and used a third in law school.

In the know
Mini Oreos hit grocery store shelves across the country Monday, joining their much larger sibling. The mini version is only an inch in diameter, one-fifth the size of the original Oreo, but features the same dark chocolate cookie and vanilla creme filling.

Salad supper
Super-size salads are the star attractions on lunch menus everywhere. But at home they're usually relegated to the role of side dishes.

Capsules
An unusually high percentage of infants die of sudden infant death syndrome in child-care settings, a new study suggests.

In the know: Price check
Each Wednesday, Price Check offers price comparisons on goods at area stores. This week: shaving supplies. Prices below were checked Thursday. No coupons or discount cards were used.

PGA notebook: Nicklaus mourns loss of his mother

PGA notebook

Duval withdraws from tourney

Dorsey: Golf lacks drama these days

Woods mania continues

Pearson honored for 'slam'

Langham hopes to continue success

Argument leads to shooting death, arrest
An argument over gunfire in an Augusta motel earlier this month triggered the shooting death of a man Monday night and the arrest of another man on a murder charge, a Richmond County Sheriff's Department sergeant said.

Senate seat contender coming to Augusta
The leading Republican contender for the late Paul's Coverdell's U.S. Senate seat, former Sen. Mack Mattingly, will be in Augusta today for a stop on his campaign announcement tour.

In the know

Lava Lamps

Salad supper

Lava Lamps

In the know: Price check

Farmers lobby for relief bill

Senate seat contender coming to Augusta

Aiken deputies renovate office

Delegates share enthusiasm

Aiken deputies renovate office
AIKEN - Aiken County deputies will turn in their guns for paint brushes Friday as the sheriff's office undergoes a long-needed face-lift.

Georgia delegates welcome Lieberman

Army trains for handling of civilians

Augustan shot dead in home

Board OKs more funds for DFCS
ATLANTA - The Division of Family and Children Services could see an 18 percent increase in its budget, provided the General Assembly approves the proposed figure, which would help the troubled program reduce staff turnover and reduce caseloads.

Argument leads to shooting death, arrest

Suspect once worked in law enforcement

Adams confirms plan to leave
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - County Administrator Wayne Adams confirmed Wednesday that he likely will leave his post in Edgefield to accept a new job in South Carolina's Lowcountry.

Allgood remembered at dedication event
The influence of Thomas F. Allgood Sr.'s life's work was apparent in another facet of the Augusta community early Tuesday.

Williams pleads for clemency
A week before his execution date, Augusta native Alexander Williams has written to the state Board of Pardons and Paroles admitting his guilt and asking for clemency.

Army trains for handling of civilians
The Army always has trained its warriors to fight armed enemies. But this week, some Fort Gordon soldiers learned how to handle innocent bystanders.

Delegates share enthusiasm
LOS ANGELES - South Carolina delegates to the Democratic National Convention say even though Republicans have them outnumbered in the Palmetto State, no one can beat their enthusiasm.

Legality debate divides city

Funding issue grounds plans for terminal

Carter urges Gore to distinguish himself

State shortage of teachers could persist

Freshmen get acclimated

Officials fast-track train plan
City commissioners are fast-tracking a plan to speed up downtown's slow-moving trains.

Commission undecided on interim fire chief

Mattingly stops in Augusta

State delegates split on Reform
First-time party delegate Will Tinney came back to Aiken from the tumultuous Reform Party convention in Long Beach, Calif., pleased that Pat Buchanan prevailed over a split party and confident that the former CNN journalist will exceed expectations at the ballot box in November.

Mayor apologizes for secret tapings
REIDSVILLE - The mayor who secretly taped the activities of city office workers was in the spotlight Monday at a raucous city council meeting where some called for his resignation and others shouted their support.

University dedicates its facility
Augusta State University christened a facility Tuesday that is considered the first tangible piece of a $65 million plan to reshape the campus.

State shortage of teachers could persist
State school Superintendent Linda Schrenko says it's possible many schools throughout the state will have substitute teachers all year.

Commission gets reprieve on setting gambling rules
Columbia County officials have four months to decide how to deal with video poker and other coin-operated amusement games.

Funding issue grounds plans for terminal
If the Augusta Aviation Commission is thinking the city will help it pay for a proposed $50 million airport terminal at Bush Field, it might want to think again.

Across the area
The mother of a girl struck by a vehicle as she crossed the street to reach her school bus has filed suit against the car's driver and the Richmond County Board of Education.

Across the area

Board OKs more funds for DFCS

Golf lacks drama these days

Hospital gets boost from aid

Few pays $642 bill for calls

Farmers lobby for relief bill
COLUMBIA - South Carolina's agriculture community wants Congress to approve emergency funds next month to help farmers financially strapped by three years of drought.

Preparing for the future
Strategic business plans, principles of entrepreneurship and return on investment are not traditionally common terms among teens preparing to enter their freshman year of high school.

Teachers excited
As Principal Jeff Carney walked down the halls of Greenbrier Middle School, he heard the sound of wolf howls coming from some classrooms.

Sub rescue concerns area sailors

Augustan shot dead in home
An argument over gunfire in an Augusta motel earlier this month triggered the shooting death of a man Monday night and the arrest of another man on a murder charge, a Richmond County Sheriff's Department sergeant said.

School violence drill hones skills

Shealy elected to council
Arthur Shealy was elected North Augusta's Republican nominee for city council Tuesday night, besting Harry Weigle in a special election by only 32 votes, 456 to 424.

Teachers excited

Freshmen get acclimated
North Augusta High School gave its incoming freshman a head start with an introduction to high school on Friday.

Across the area

Man commits suicide in store parking lot
An Augusta man ended his own life Tuesday while being pursued by an off-duty Richmond County sheriff's deputy in a shopping mall parking lot.

Adams confirms plan to leave

Georgia delegates welcome Lieberman
LOS ANGELES - When Gloria Greenbaum of Augusta heard last week that Democratic presidential hopeful Al Gore had named Sen. Joe Lieberman his running mate, she thought that putting the first Jew on a national ticket was politically shrewd.

Schools predict enrollment increases
Officials from Richmond and Columbia county schools are projecting more pupils will be enrolled this year, but first-day-of-school totals don't tell the whole story, they say.

Mattingly stops in Augusta
Calling the energy behind Texas Gov. George W. Bush's presidential campaign a ``luxury,'' GOP Senate candidate Mack Mattingly said Tuesday if elected he would keep Paul Coverdell's legacy alive.

Preparing for the future

University dedicates its facility

Officials fast-track train plan

Williams pleads for clemency

Indigent defenders win grants
The local Indigent Defense Committee scored not one but two coups Wednesday when it received grant money to get attorneys appointed more quickly for poor people and to assist mentally ill defendants.

New skin donor program gives burn victims hope
Fresh skin means survival and recovery for people who suffer catastrophic burns. With a fresh skin donor program launched by the National Tissue Bank-Georgia Tissue Bank, chances are better than ever.

Sub rescue concerns area sailors
For any sailors remaining alive on board, the Russian submarine Kursk is seeming more like a tomb with each passing moment, some former submariners said Wednesday.

Carter urges Gore to distinguish himself
LOS ANGELES - Al Gore must convince voters that, if they elect him president, he would carry on Bill Clinton's policies without the moral lapses that have tarnished the Clinton administration, former President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday.

Few pays $642 bill for calls
Former Augusta Fire Chief Ronnie Few reimbursed the city $642 on Wednesday for personal calls he made on his city-issued cell phone this year.

Legality debate divides city
Allen Morris bought his first coin-operated amusement game in 1961.

School violence drill hones skills
It was a chaotic scene: Two gunmen entered the cafeteria at Greenbrier High School and opened fire.

Hospital gets boost from aid
The new operating company for Medical College of Georgia Hospital and Clinics reported a healthy $3 million surplus in its first month - thanks in part to state money.

Suspect once worked in law enforcement
A man indicted in two attacks on Richmond County sheriff's deputies this summer once worked in law enforcement.

Commission undecided on interim fire chief
Augusta commissioners still cannot decide who should be in charge of the Augusta-Richmond County Fire Department.

Across the area
An Augusta man suspected of burning a toddler with cigarettes, biting and bruising him, and pulling out his hair was indicted Tuesday.

Shealy elected to council

QBs fight for roster spot

Mr. Keith Saxon
Mr. Keith C. Saxon, 77, of Red Leaf Way, Martinez, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at his residence.

Miss Clara Miles
Miss Clara Miles, of Roosevelt Drive, died Sunday, Aug. 13, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Wilson Grady
TENNILLE, Ga. - Mr. Wilson Grady, 80, of Hazard Road, died Sunday, Aug. 13, 2000, at his residence.

Mrs. Ruth Handy
Mrs. Ruth Handy, 83, of Martinez, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Ronald Gibbons
AIKEN - Mr. Ronald Jacob Gibbons, 51, of Candy Lane, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Augusta.

Mrs. Mamie Murry
THOMSON - Mrs. Mamie Murry, 97, of Twin Oaks Road, died Friday, August 11, 2000, at McDuffie Regional Medical Center.

Mrs. Virginia Blakeley
GROVETOWN - Mrs. Virginia Janette Hillman Blakeley, 65, died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000, at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Augusta.

Mrs. Essie Smith
WRENS, Ga. - Mrs. Essie B. Smith, 82, of Atwell Station Road, died Friday, August 11, 2000, at Vencor Hospital, Atlanta.

Mrs. Olga McCaslin
HEPHZIBAH - Mrs. Olga L. McCaslin, 93, of Castletown Drive, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at her residence.

Miss Amanda Ratke
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Miss Amanda Joy Ratke, 20, died Monday, August 14, 2000, in Screven County.

Mr. Kirby Lyons
SMOAKS, S.C. - Mr. Kirby Wilkins Lyons, 68, died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000, at Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital, Columbia.

Mr. Joseph Morin
GROVETOWN - Mr. Joseph R. Morin, 68, of Fourth Avenue, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at his residence.

Mrs. Virginia Johnson
Mrs. Virginia Howell Johnson, 69, of West Kensington Drive, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mr. Robert Edwards Sr.
THOMSON - Mr. Robert C. Edwards Sr., 81, of Three Points Road, died Sunday, Aug. 13, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Melba Marsh
JACKSON - Mrs. Melba Jean Beasley Marsh, 72, of Blume Court, died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Reuben May
SANDERSVILLE. Ga. - Mr. Reuben Harold May, 75, of Helton Lane, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at his residence.

Mrs. Sarah McWhorter
UTICA, Ky. - Mrs. Sarah Frances McWhorter, 81, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, in Madisonville.

Mrs. Dosia Hurst
SPARTA, Ga. - Mrs. Dosia Elizabeth Jackson Hurst, 99, of Maiden Lane, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at Hancock Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Jack Autry
HARLEM - Mr. Jack Clinton Autry, 81, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at Peachtree Hospice, Dunwoody.

Mr. Daniel Young
BARNWELL, S.C. - Mr. Daniel McCray Young, 75, of Reynolds Road, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000.

Mr. David Wesby
WAYNESBORO. Ga. - Mr. David Wesby, 83, of Gray's Grove Church Road, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2000, at Burke County Hospital.

Mr. Clarence Wells Jr.
GILBERT, S.C. - Mr. Clarence W. ``C.W.'' Wells Jr., 76, of Shull Avenue, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at Lexington Medical Center, Lexington.

Mrs. Molly Hiller
Mrs. Molly Spencer Hiller, 42, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Robert Ruxton Jr.
MELBOURNE, Fla. - Mr. Robert T. Ruxton Jr., 75, of Renaissance Avenue, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2000, at Wuesthoff Hospital, Rockledge.

Mrs. Betty Wood
CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga. - Mrs. Betty Rhodes Wood, 67, of Hillman Road, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000.

Mr. Hasting Franklin Jr.
JOHNSTON, S.C. - Mr. Hasting Franklin Jr., 56, of Hardy Place Road, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000.

Mr. Henry Burt
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Mr. Henry Cecil Burt, 73, of North Whitney Street, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at Rainbow Retirement Home.

Dr. Wiley Flanagin Sr.
Dr. Wiley Stewart Flanagin, plastic surgeon and retired Medical College of Georgia professor, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at his residence. He was 86.

Mr. William Sparks
GIRARD, Ga. - Mr. William Lee ``Sparky'' Sparks, 52, of Griffin Landing Road, died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Willie Bennett Sr.
Mr. Willie Bennett Sr., of 10th Avenue, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Beatrice Bargeron
FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. - Mrs. Beatrice C. Bargeron, 79, of Nash Mill Road, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000.

Miss Saadia Martin
Miss Saadia Vantrell Martin, 25, of Redoubt Circle, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000.

Mrs. Auroa Panes
Mrs. Auroa D. Panes, 83, of Evans, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Muriel Colosimo
AIKEN - Mrs. Muriel M. Colosimo, 77, died Tuesday. Aug. 15, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Roderick Howard
WADLEY, Ga. - Mr. Roderick Dorell Howard, 23, of First Street, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2000.

Ms. Harriet Pope
AIKEN - Ms. Harriet Clarke Pope, 84, died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000, at her residence.

Mrs. Nell Thompson
Mrs. Nell Hancock Thompson, 93, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at Windermere Adult Day Health Center.

Mr. Joseph Morin
GROVETOWN - Mr. Joseph R. Morin, 68, of Fourth Avenue, died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Jack Johnson
SAVANNAH - Mr. Jack Johnson, 73, of Salt Creek Road, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2000, at Hospice Savannah.

Mr. Hasting Franklin Jr.

Miss Saadia Martin

Mr. Kirby Lyons

Mr. Joseph Morin

Mr. Robert Edwards Sr.

Mrs. Betty Wood

Ms. Harriet Pope

Mrs. Virginia Johnson

Miss Amanda Ratke

Mrs. Muriel Colosimo

Mrs. Essie Smith

Mrs. Melba Marsh

Mrs. Auroa Panes

Mr. Keith Saxon

Mrs. Virginia Blakeley

Mr. Wilson Grady

Mr. William Sparks

Mr. Henry Burt

Mr. Robert Ruxton Jr.

Dr. Wiley Flanagin Sr.

Mrs. Beatrice Bargeron

Mrs. Olga McCaslin

Mr. Clarence Wells Jr.

Mrs. Molly Hiller

Mrs. Dosia Hurst

Mr. Roderick Howard

Mr. Daniel Young

Mr. Ronald Gibbons

Mrs. Mamie Murry

Mr. Jack Johnson

Miss Clara Miles

Mr. Willie Bennett Sr.

Mr. Reuben May

Mr. David Wesby

Mrs. Ruth Handy

Mrs. Sarah McWhorter

'Liberal night' at the convention builds up steam for campaign train
LOS ANGELES - Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention was ``Liberal Night'' typified by the Hero of Chappaquiddick - Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass. - revving up the 4,338 delegates with old liberal bromides and crying crocodile tears over ``working America.''

High marks, low marks for Clinton speech
LOS ANGELES - ``A classic Clinton speech,'' exulted Georgia delegate Michael Thurmond, who also happens to be the state's labor commissioner. ``He laid out his record over the past eight years effectively.''

GOP evil; Gore doing God's work
It should be obvious that Republicans' idea of change is to get into public office anyway you can. If you have nothing positive to run on, attack your opponent's character. Norman Groom, Martinez

'Liberal night' at the convention builds up steam for campaign train
LOS ANGELES - Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention was ``Liberal Night'' typified by the Hero of Chappaquiddick - Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass. - revving up the 4,338 delegates with old liberal bromides and crying crocodile tears over ``working America.''

S.C.'s deadly interstates
South Carolina's highway death rate is 60 percent above the national average, and a startling number of those deaths are from vehicles that cross interstate medians and collide with oncoming traffic.

Few's phone bills
Former Richmond County Fire Chief Ronnie Few can run, but can he hide? His move to head up Washington, D.C.'s, fire department has not stopped questions about his handling of money matters, even if he has stopped answering those questions.

GOP ticket invites Teapot Dome II
Republican convention delegates nominated two men who have strong ties to Big Oil. If by some chance they get elected, President Warren Harding's love feast with Big Oil would look like a Sunday school picnic. Carroll C. Kenny, Grovetown

GOP silver lining?
If the Democrats' Gore-Lieberman ticket wins in November, there may be a silver lining for Republicans.

Clinton's last hurrah
For Americans not spellbound by President Clinton's charisma, the most interesting aspect of his last hurrah to the party faithful in Los Angeles Monday night was that first lady Hillary Clinton's long-winded introduction of her husband chewed up most of TV's prime time, between 9 and 10 p.m.

High marks, low marks for Clinton speech
LOS ANGELES - ``A classic Clinton speech,'' exulted Georgia delegate Michael Thurmond, who also happens to be the state's labor commissioner. ``He laid out his record over the past eight years effectively.''

A reason for missile defense
A classified intelligence report ``leaked'' to the media says that Communist China will likely accelerate its nuclear arms buildup if the U.S. proceeds with plans to build a national missile defense system.

Don't build white concrete elephant
According to the Aug. 11 article by Chronicle reporter Justin Martin, interim Bush Field Airport director Tim Weegar and the airport consulting firm said Augusta can afford the $25 million terminal project. George Hughes, Harlem

Firestone's flat act
Bridgestone-Firestone, Inc., in its efforts to contain damage during the recall of 6.5 million tires used on truck and sport utility vehicles, has one little problem: The company suspected its tires were faulty but continued to sell them anyway.

Questions about pregnant felon
Recently Vice President Al Gore was surprised by a question about executing a pregnant woman. Gene England, Aiken

Restates need for Stallions turnout
Regarding Adam Kleba's Aug. 8 letter: Jerome Wright, North Augusta

Truman stupidest president ever
I take umbrage to Paul Cook's Aug. 13 letter praising Harry Truman, who was the stupidest president this country ever had. James Cline, North Augusta

Feels beaten deputy is penalized
I just read the Aug. 11 article in The Augusta Chronicle about the alleged beating Richmond County Sheriff's Deputy Shannon Mitchell took from Darryl Wilson. Why was Mitchell put on administrative leave? Sara Taylor, Martinez

'Chronicle' doing the wrong thing
I write in response to your editorial cartoon showing the American Civil Liberties Union as a ''Grinch'' stealing a symbol of the Ten Commandments. Nina Benedetto, Augusta

Drivers must respect cyclists' rights
In response to Clint Smith's concerns and psychiatric insights regarding cyclists in South Carolina (The Chronicle, Aug. 12): Mark A. MacDonald, Evans

Some Christians just don't get it
Sara Raley, in responding on July 11 to another letter, pulls out some standard scriptural references to support her beliefs regarding the (im)morality of homosexuality and, in so doing, entirely misses the point of Megan Hathway's letter. Clyde Howell, Aiken

Neighborhood in shock after slaying
As a member of the Crosland Park Homeowners Association, and an active member of the Crime Watch program, I want to report how all residents of the area are saddened by the terrible slaying of Jessica Carpenter in our neighborhood. Bruce Rienzo, Aiken

Gore has experience to be president
It's an election year and it's time for us to choose a new president. We have two primary candidates for the job: George W. Bush and Albert Gore Jr. Herbert A. Edney IV, Augusta

U.S. run by Communist Manifesto
Why is it most Americans refuse to see what's right under their nose? Gene Burns, Saluda

Abortion?
Can the amazing drop in teen birth rates possibly have a connection to the proliferation of opportunities for abortion? Betty Timmerman, North Augusta

Overtime: Elson helps key Britain's win over U.S.

Qualification should not be left to chance

Maine native concludes journey

Overtime: Howell Day activities postponed

NASCAR tests alternatives to plate

Hunting fees and season

Trophy mounts require careful handling

Outdoors calendar

Good fishing holes easy to find

Increase unlikely to affect harvest

Study links poor rest with flab
CHICAGO - Here's some news that could keep middle-age men awake nights: A lack of quality sleep might contribute to love handles and double chins.

Donor program gives burn victims hope
Fresh skin means survival and recovery for people who suffer catastrophic burns. With a fresh skin donor program launched by the National Tissue Bank-Georgia Tissue Bank, chances are better than ever.

Companies face piracy charges
ATLANTA - Two Georgia-based businesses face criminal action for allegedly distributing counterfeit Microsoft software, officials announced Wednesday, and in response the software giant launched a statewide campaign to thwart future piracy.

Donor program gives burn victims hope

Companies face piracy charges

Study links poor rest with flab