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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 23, 1974
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(Studio) Tony Waldrop runs mile for University of North Carolina. Pressure to win heavy on bright track star, Waldrop.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Chapel Hill, North Carolina) [WALDROP - says he runs because it's fun.] Waldrop in University of North Carolina on academic scholarship. Track coach Joe Hilton dvtd. Waldrop into track and field superstar. [WALDROP - states track offers him travel, new friendships and fun.] Suddenly Waldrop center of attention and things began to change. Lately, Waldrop hasn't been winning; pressure enormous. [WALDROP - doesn't try to make excuses for his losses.] Waldrop wants to continue running as an amateur. [WALDROP - says he isn't training for Olympics.]
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Jones, Kenley;
Kalber, Floyd

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