ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 29, 1968
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(Studio) Oddsmaker, Jimmy "the Greek" Snyder, predicts President election.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Las Vegas, Nevada) Caesar's Palace is his headquarters 200 clients pay him $500 yr. for his information [SNYDER - explains how election handicap differs from sports. Pick Richard Nixon with 330 electoral votes; to get 31.5 million votes at minimum, George Wallace to get 15 million at max. Hubert Humphrey to get 28 million at max. Chances 1-5 of upset. Everybody asks who'll win. Undecided vote less than 3%. Can't remember ever losing President prediction.]
REPORTER: John Coleman
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