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NFL Strike #75283

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 06, 1982
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(Studio) Lack of progress in negotiations toward ending NFL (National Football League) strike noted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) [NFL Mgt. Council executive director Jack DONLAN - won't negotiate wage-scale issue.] Owners said threatening to cancel entire season. [NFL Players Association executive director Ed GARVEY - considers possibility of mediations.] Fins. involved for owners of possible season cancellation discussed. [Player Joe THEISMANN - cites need to take a stand.) Judge John Penn's ruling today on issue of all-star games and NFL (National Football League) lawsuits reported; details given.
REPORTER: Stone Phillips Artist: Freda Reiter

Phillips, Stone;
Reynolds, Frank

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