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NFL Investigation #518845

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 30, 1981
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(Studio) NFL (National Football League) reported announcing investigation into relationship between player Ken Stabler and convicted bookmaker; details given.

(NYC) Stabler's career with Oakland Raiders, Houston Oilers recalled; films shown. His association with Nicholas Dudich, convicted gambler, examined in detail; photos shown. NFL (National Football League) ethics regarding players' association with gamblers recalled; Stabler's performance in past games after which he was seen with Dudich discussed. Reticence of both Dudich and Stabler noted. [Voice of DUDICH - refuses comment.] [STABLER - will only talk about football.] NFL's investigation of Stabler noted beginning in March.
REPORTER: Stephen Frazier (KXAS-TV)

Kur, Bob

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