NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 02, 1996
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(Washington: Tom Brokaw) The lack of manners in today's society featured; details given of the controversy over the handling of the case of Baltimore Orioles player Roberto Alomar, who spat on an umpire last Friday; scenes shown of the incident and other incidents of rude behavior by athletes. [NBC Sports Joe MORGAN, "Miss Manners" Judith MARTIN, "Boston Globe" columnist Mike BARNACLE, "Chicago Tribune" columnist Bob GREENE - talk about the increase in vulgarity by Americans.]
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