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Golf / Snead #321381

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 24, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Golfer Sam Snead quoted. Report introduced.

(Austin, Texas: Bob Faw) Snead shown playing golf on senior tour. [SNEAD - comments on age and golf.] [Caddy "Rabbit" DYER - says Snead loves to win money.] [SNEAD -says money keeps him playing.] Historic film shown of Snead; Franklin D. Roosevelt and Babe Ruth mentioned. [Snead's partner Howie JOHNSON - comments on Snead.] Snead's career and winnings discussed. [Pro golfer Lionel HEBERT - says Snead greatest player ever.] [SNEAD - comments on age.] [GOLFER - comments on Snead.] [SNEAD - says he has to be ornery.]

Faw, Bob;
Schieffer, Bob

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