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NFL Strike #235544

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 03, 1974
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(Studio) NFL (National Football League) players strike. Rookies to replace veteran players if strike not settled.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(San Diego, California) [Ed PODOLAK - discusses reasons for strike.] [Alan PAGE - believes strike only way to show unity and strength.] Security tight at Chargers' training camp. [San Diego Chargers' president Eugene KLEIN - doesn't believe rookies and free agents will walk out with veteran players.]
REPORTER: Harold ???

(Studio) Issues leading to NFL (National Football League) troubles discussed.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(NYC) Player's demands outlined. [Player Bob STEIN - explains problems of playing pro football.] Stein talks with reporter Lesley Stahl. [Chicago Bears owner George HALAS - says players must be disciplined.] Halas talks with reporter Bill Plante. [Players association executive director Ed GARVEY - thinks owners too stubborn to change.] [Dolphin center Jim LANGER - doesn't think Garvey has right to say who Dolphins can or can't play.] Deadlock could end this wkend.
REPORTER: Bob McNamara

McNamara, Bob;
Mudd, Roger

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