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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 31, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Studio) Current status of NFL (National Football League) strike negotiations noted.
REPORTER: Fred Wymore

(NYC) New management proposals for ending strike reported submitted to players representatives; mediator Sam Kagel mentioned. [Mgt. council spokesperson Jim MILLER - announces proposals.] Details of proposal outlined on screen, discussed; union reaction to management's offer mentioned.
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

(Studio) Huskies-Cardinal football game reported; films shown.
REPORTER: Fred Wymore

(Seattle, WA) [Univ. Washington professor Willis KONICK - teaches "King Lear."] Univ.'s football team's background recalled. [Coach Don JAMES - comments.] Players Jacque Robinson, Chuck Nelson featured. [ROBINSON, NELSON - praise team.] [Univ. president William P. GERBERDING - notes benefits of football; considers it mixed blessing, explains; comments on coach's salary.] School's tradition of crew racing, coached by Dick Erickson, discussed. [GERBERDING - praises crew.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Donaldson, Sam;
Phillips, Stone;
Schaap, Dick;
Wymore, Fred

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