The Tomorrow Show (1973)

Season 7 Episode 31

October 24, 1979

Aired Weekdays 12:30 AM Oct 24, 1979 on NBC
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October 24, 1979
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Host Tom Snyder interviews Willie Stargell, first baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates and World Series MVP, and Dave Parker, Pirates outfielder and highest-paid player in the National League. They describe the World Series-winning Pirates as 25 different players with different personalities who play hard together whether they win or lose. Stargell, wearing a black cowboy hat, also discusses his charitable work and free agency. He awards Tom the Stargell Star. Commercial break. Michael Eddowes, British lawyer and author of "The Oswald File," talks about his theory that a KGB agent impersonator killed President John F. Kennedy. He contends that FBI director Hoover had Oswald watched in Russia and believes the real Oswald was kidnapped or disappeared. He claims that Hoover learned that Oswald took his birth certificate to Russia. Eddowes believes the real Oswald is in the USSR and even Oswald's mother isn't sure that he is buried in Texas. Eddowes believes the FBI and CIA knew about the KGB agent and were afraid to tell the public. He feels presidents should be protected more carefully, citing threats against LBJ, Nixon, Ford and Kennedy. Richard Mitchell, professor and author of "Less Than Words Can Say," asserts that status dictates the tone of memos between people. He suggests that since we are all human we should use ordinary words. He claims writing or speaking in the passive voice uses more words and that using the passive voice instead of the active voice is immoral.

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