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American Sports / Violence #275144

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 03, 1981
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(Studio) Image cast by American sports scene said disquieting. Wilfred Sheed quoted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Fight on hockey rink shown. [Philadelphia Flyers Behn WILSON - says hockey is different from life.] Violence in American sports said spreading; scenes from several sports shown. [Rick HORROW - is critical.] Reggie Jackson shown, noted. [Representative Ronald MOTTL - says violence in sports should be deplored.] Mottl bill to curb violence in prof. sports cited. Details given. [Former hockey player Phil ESPOSITO - criticizes bill.] [Pete ROZELLE - is critical of bill.] Possible rel. between violence in sports and in other areas of life considered.
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

Goldberg, Bernard;
Rather, Dan

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