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Winter Olympics / Transportation #268905

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 17, 1980
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(Studio) Transportation problems said still plaguing Winter Olympics. Only US medal today said won by Leah Poulos Mueller.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Lake Placid, New York) Report with regard to Zamboni given Zamboni said machine that prepares ice for skating events. [Zamboni operator Steve YIANOUKOS -talks about problems.] History of machine and its popularity detailed. [Zamboni operator Cindy LIENAU - calls using machine a privilege.] "Peanuts" comic strip shown and Sonja Henie named. A less famous Zamboni said to be used to eat water off astro turf. [Richard ZAMBONI - talks about people's shock that machine is actually named after a person.] [Spectator Russell BURGOYNE - talks about watching machine in use.] Chase Schulz with regard to Zamboni given.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Dean, Morton;
Young, Steve

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