NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 17, 1975
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(Studio) President in South Bend, Indiana, to discuss American responsibilities in world.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(S. Bend, IN) President' visit warmly and enthusiastically welcomed. On Notre Dame campus, students applaud at length as school president Reverend Theodore Hesburgh intros. President Ford. [Mr. FORD - warns against American isolationism.] President didn't mention Vietnam or Cambodia specifically. Senator Birch Bayh calls speech exceptional. Press Secretary Ron Nessen says this wasn't appropriate occasion for Mr. Ford to bring up Indochina.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
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