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Nationalist China Ping Pong Team Visit #219096

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 08, 1971
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(Studio) Ntlist. China ping-pong team visiting US.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Seattle, WA) [Unidentified Ntlist. China team SPOKESPERSON - says, through interpreter, hopes to improve relations between people during visit; in response to reporter's question, says no chance will visit People's Republic of China] [Trip coordinator Jim NICHOLLS - says Ntlist. China team brought to US as reminder they are United States ally.] Film shows Chinese winning ping-pong matches. [Table tennis association spokesperson Dr. Michael SCOTT - says United States players being pressured not to play against Ntlist. Chinese to improve chances of People's Republic of China team visit.]
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(Studio) People's Republic of China, praises United States players refusing to participate against Ntlist. China.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Kurtis, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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