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International Track Meet #218341

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jul 03, 1971
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(Studio) International track meet held in California.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Berkeley, California) Track team members from different cntrys. get to learn about each other at meets. [USSR javelin champion Janis LUSIS - says track meet good way to know each other.] [US discus champion Tim VOLLMER - tells Russians about blue jeans.] [AAU champion Bill SKINNER - doesn't think USSR team members would have trouble, he has had with University of Tennessee, for wearing moustache; tells of brotherhood among those competing in same event from different cntrys.] [Cheryl TOUSSAINT - tells of excitement of competing against other cntrys.] United States men's team, USSR women's team take 1st places.
REPORTER: Heywood Hale Broun

(Studio) Pat Matzdorf sets world record 7' 6 1/4" in high jump.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

Broun, Heywood Hale;
Kuralt, Charles

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