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Hambletonian Horse Race #272562

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 30, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to horse race introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Du Quoin, Illinois) History of Hambletonian being held in rural settings such as Goshen, New York, and Du Quoin, Illinois, given. Race now said moved to Meadowlands sports complex in New Jersey near Manhattan. [Hambletonian officials William HAYES, Elbridge GERRY - comment with regard to why race will be moved.] [Du Quoin resident Burton FEAZEL - comments.] [Du Quoin Mayor Robert ARMSTRONG - says race has gone to the big factory.] Race explained, tape shown courtesy ESPN. Burgomeister named winner.
REPORTER: Don Webster

Schieffer, Bob;
Webster, Don

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