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Carnival Games #51668

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1978
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(Studio) Report on person who has been winner at carnival dart- or ball-throwing games.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Little Rock, Arkansas) Details given about Johnny Glaze's hobby of winning stuffed animals from carnival games. His practice of winning animals, keeping them in room at his home in Sherwood, Arkansas, suburb of Little Rock, and then giving them to children's homes and hospitals at Christmas and other appropriate times of year noted. Harvey the Vulture reported to be gift displayed in lecture room at Arkansas Children's Hospital. Glaze's activities at Arkansas State Fair described. [GLAZE - thinks he could win another animal, but asks who would carry it.] Glaze's estimate of amount he spends and worth of winnings stated. [GLAZE - says nothing can replace feeling from giving prizes to children and seeing their reactions.]
REPORTER: Stephen Geer

Geer, Stephen;
Reynolds, Frank

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