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Eye On America (University of Texas Clock Tower) #379269

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 25, 1998
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Austin, Texas: Jim Axelrod) Plans to reopen the University of Texas tower over 30 years after Charles Whitman killed 14 people from the observation deck featured; scenes shown from Austin, Texas, of the 1966 attack. [In 1966 and today, announcer Neil SPELCE - tells people to stay away from the university; talks about what he saw that day.] [Instructor Rosa EBERLY - talks about the shooting.] [University of Texas president Larry FAULKNER - talks about modifying and reopening the observation deck.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Rather, Dan

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