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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 30, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Baseball announcer Harry Caray's career outlined.

(Chicago, Illinois: Frank Currier) Fans' reaction to Caray's absence this season due to health noted; details given, scenes shown. [FANS - praise Caray.] [CARAY - reads letter.] Radio station WGN's recruitment of celebrities such as George Will, Mike Royko, comedian Bill Murray as Caray's stand-ins featured. [MURRAY - calls game.] [Guest commentator Ron RAPOPORT - thinks Andy Warhol was right.] [Sportscaster Steve STONE - notes Caray's enthusiasm.] [FANS - want Caray back.]

Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan

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