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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Conneaut, Ohio: Richard Schlesinger) A blue pike left in a freezer for 37 years featured; details given of the search for the reasons the blue pike disappeared from Lake Erie in the 1960s. [Fisherman Jim ANTHONY - says he would not have thought of eating the fish; says he thought he had caught the last blue pike in the lake.] [WIFE - says she wanted to throw the fish away.] [Case Western Reserve University fish researcher Carol STEPIEN - tells how she studies fish DNA.] How the frozen pike will be used by scientists outlined.
- Schieffer, Bob;
- Schlesinger, Richard
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