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Volleyball #216374

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 25, 1971
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(Studio) National Collegiate volleyball championships held.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(California) Volleyball in 2nd year as NCAA championship sport; University of California at Los Angeles team defending champs. [University of California at Los Angeles Coach Al SCATES - says players play year round; University of California at Los Angeles awards 10 volleyball scholarships.] Most other teams outclassed by UCLA. [University of California at Los Angeles player Kirk KILGORE - says decided to play volleyball, greater traveling opportunities.] [University of California at Los Angeles player Dick IRVIN - says volleyball not just girls' sport, can be rough.] [University of California at Los Angeles player Larry GRIEBENOW - says play at beach every summer.] University of California at Los Angeles team wins 2nd championship.
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

Kurtis, Bill;
Mudd, Roger

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