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Thursday on TV: CBSSN recalls the Army-Navy game just days after JFK was asassinated

First Published      Last Updated Nov 21 2013 02:52 pm

Photo courtesy Nancy Larson A hand written note on this photo of President John F. Kennedy says, "Last press conference, Nov. 14, 1963". The photo is from the personal collection of Nancy Larson, who worked in the White House press office at the time.

Marching On:1963 Army-Navy Remembered (3 p.m., CBS Sports Network) is a really good documentary about the game played shortly after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.

The program repeats Saturday at 12:30 p.m.

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