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College Sports / Title IX / Proposals #720448

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 26, 2003
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(New York: Gretchen Carlson) The debate over modifying Title IX, which guarantees women equality in college sports, examined; statistics cited; details given of proposed changes. [Professional soccer player Casey ZIMNY†- cites the importance of her college scholarship.] [College Sports Council chairman Eric PEARSON†- says "proportionality" does not work.] [Olympic gold medalist Donna de VARONA†- criticizes proposed changes to Title IX.] [Smith College sports economist Andrew ZIMBALIST†- suggests cutting football scholarships from 85 to 60.]

Roberts, John;
Carlson, Gretchen

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