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#9015: NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: GREEN BAY PACKERS VS. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
1960-12-26, NBC, 180 min.
Paul Hornung, Jack Whittaker, Bart Starr, Blaine Walsh, Jim Taylor, Chuck Bednarik, Norm Van Brocklin

Live radio coverage of the 1960 NFL championship game between the Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles broadcast from Franklin Field in Philadelphia. The Eagles captured the NFL crown with a 17-13 win over the Packers. Eagles middle linebacker Chuck Bednarik tackled Packer fullback Jim Taylor on the Eagles ten-yard line on the final play of the game, saving the victory for Philadelphia. Jack Whittaker and Blaine Walsh call the play-by-play.

Please note: 5 1/2 minutes and the Eagles winning 4th quarter touchdown is missing.                          
#15119: WCBS NEWS WITH TOM DUNN
1966-03-24, WCBS, min.
Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay, Tom Dunn, Jack Whittaker, Morton Dean

New York City Parade, anti-Vietnam war protest. Weather report and sports with Jack Whittaker. News about Muhammad Ali feedback report by Morton Dean, final results of people survey.

This broadcast is complete. Includes commercials.

NOTE:
TOM DUNN spent four years and one month as a news anchor for WCBS TV in New York from August 8, 1964 to September 13, 1968. He was assigned to numerous time slots as notated below.

August 8, 1964 - September 24, 1966 
WCBS Saturday Evening News which aired from 7:00-7:20pm and subsequently from  6:30 - 7: 00pm.
Dunn replaced Anchor Jim Jensen. 

January 23, 1965 - September 24, 1966
WCBS Saturday late night Evening News which aired  initially from 11:00p-11:20pm and later from 11:00-11:30pm. Dunn replaced Anchor  Mike Wallace. 

March 21, 1965- November 14, 1965. 
WCBS Sunday Late Night News which aired from 11:15pm-11:30pm.  Dunn replaced Anchor Joe Loughlin.

February 28, 1966 - September 13, 1968. 
WCBS Late Night Weekly News which aired from Monday thru Friday 11:00pm - 11:30pm.
Dunn replaced Anchor Jim Jensen

                                                     
#7827: CBS SPORTS SPECIAL: BOXING
1976-02-20, CBS, 120 min.
Don Dunphy, Muhammad Ali, Phyllis George, Pat Summerall, Jack Whittaker, Brent Musberger, Tom Brookshier, Jean Pierre Coopman

Muhammad Ali defends his world heavyweight boxing championship vs. Belgium's Jean Pierre Coopman at Coliseo Roberto Clemente Stadium, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ali successfully defends his title with a 5th round knockout of Coopman. Phyllis George, Don Dunphy, Tom Brookshier, Brent Musberger, Jack Whittaker and Pat Summerall are the commentators.           
#18054: CBS SPORTS SPECIAL: BOXING
1976-02-20, CBS, min.
Don Dunphy, Muhammad Ali, Phyllis George, Pat Summerall, Jack Whittaker, Brent Musberger, Tom Brookshier, Jean Pierre Coopman

Muhammad Ali defends his world heavyweight boxing championship vs. Belgium's Jean Pierre Coopman at Coliseo Roberto Clemente Stadium, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ali successfully defends his title with a 5th round knockout of Coopman. Phyllis George, Don Dunphy, Tom Brookshier, Brent Musberger, Jack Whittaker and Pat Summerall are the commentators.        

Duplicate of 7827.                
#7698: BELMONT STAKES, THE: 108TH RUNNING.
1976-06-05, CBS, 120 min.
Phyllis George, Jack Whittaker, Hayward Hale Broun

The 108th running of the Belmont Stakes, the third leg of horse racing's Triple Crown, won by Bold Forbes. Telecast live from Belmont Park in Elmont, NY.           
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