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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 17, 1982
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(Studio) World Series between Milwaukee Brewers and Saint Louis Cardinals discussed; performance of Robin Yount noted. All-star football game between striking NFL (National Football League) players examined; players Gary Danielson, Merrill Gray, Mark Moseley mentioned.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

(Hunt Valley, MD) Current status of NFL (National Football League) strike negotiations examined; apparent change in semantics by players' union outlined on screen, discussed. Mgt.'s response noted. [Mediator Sam KAGEL - notes similarities in all strikes.]
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

(Studio) Upcoming New York City marathon examined; organizer Fred Lebow featured; scenes from "Dracula" and "Marathon Man" shown courtesy MCA/Universal and Paramount, respectively. Lebow noted born in Transylvania. [New York Roadrunners Club president LEBOW - defs. being dictator.] Kathy Switzer's successful efforts in getting women's marathon incld. in Olympics noted. [SWITZER - outlines her regime.] Lebow's running career and recent meeting with Pope John Paul II noted; photograph shown. [LEBOW - thinks Pope would make good runner.] His association with Jimmy Carter and Mayor Ed Koch noted. [KOCH - thinks Lebow could aspire to being mayor.] [LEBOW - notes Bill Rodgers' criticism of him.] [RODGERS - recalls recent dinner with Lebow.] Alberto Salazar and Allison Roe both recalled setting recent world record at last New York City marathon. [LEBOW - praises both runners.] No. applicants for race rejected noted.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Stone;
Schaap, Dick
Duration:
00:06:40

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