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College Sports (Part II) #104853

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 12, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Charlottesville, Virginia: Richard Threlkeld) Colleges' push to place academics above sports examined as illustrated by new NCAA regulations; Darrell Wynn cited as example [WYNN - admits disappointment.] [NCAA secretary- treas. Wilford BAILEY - is optimistic.] Results of University of Virginia's academic demands on players described. [Football coach George WELSH - cites players' need to prepare for post-athletic life.] [David GRIGGS - praises University of Virginia atmosphere.] [Center of Sports Studies spokesperson Richard LAPCHICK - comments.] Ancient Greek perspective on athletes described.

Jennings, Peter;
Threlkeld, Richard

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