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(Studio) Pope John Paul II's gift of blue jeans from high school crowd in New York City noted; crowd's chant quoted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) John Paul's activities during last day in New York City featured; films shown. Cardinal Cooke mentioned. [PONTIFF - speaks at Battery Park.] John Paul's multilingual address at Shea Stadium noted. [POPE - mispronounces "skyscraper"; corrects self in Polish.] No estimated seeing him in NYC mentioned.
REPORTER: John Palmer
(NYC) John Paul's Madison Square Garden appearance before teenagers featured; films shown. [POPE - addresses crowd.] [PEOPLE - comment.]
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) John Paul's late arrival in Philadelphia attributed to his popularity; films shown.
REPORTER: Jim Bittermann
(Studio) Federal judge reported dismissing suit brought by Madalyn Murray O'Hair, attempting to stop papal Mass Sunday on Washington Mall; details given.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
- Bittermann, Jim;
- Brinkley, David;
- Chancellor, John;
- Dobyns, Lloyd;
- Palmer, John
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