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Yankees / Women In Locker Rooms #500815

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 27, 1978
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(Studio) Women sports writers' gaining of same rights as male reporters noted. Evidence of this at NYC's Yankee Stadium reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) Yankees' win against Toronto Blue Jays mentioned. Excitement about game noted to be fact that it is 1st time women reporters have been allowed in locker room after game. Is reported to be result of lawsuit filed by woman reporter denied admission to Yankee locker room after World Series in 1977. [Reggie JACKSON - tells woman not to expect players to act differently.] [Sports reporter Liz BISHOP - states views on necessity for women reporters to be able to get into locker rooms.] Judge's ruling in case detailed.
REPORTER: Phil Buckman

(Studio) Question of male reporters in women's locker rooms noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Buckman, Phil;
Chancellor, John

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