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Deaf Mosaic 601

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Deaf Mosaic 601. Segment 1-Dwight Benedict, director of the US Ski Team, reports from Vail on qualifications for 1991 World Games in Banff. Steve Kittell and Nancy Bonura receive gold in the giant slalom. Jaime Mendocino youngest skier at 12 years of age. Sean Dugan, silver medal in special slalom. Ken Litherland won gold in special slalom.
Segment 2-Mosaic Memoirs: The Silent Wheelman, a bicycle club founded by Arthur Bryant at Gallaudet University.
Segment 3- Merrill Lynch Financial Services is first to provide broker services to deaf. Interviews with Chris Sullivan and Stephen Hlibok.
Segment 4-Arizona architect Tom Posedly.
Segment 5-Baltimore Washington Airport initiates a paging system for deaf people. Interview with Kevin Nugent who works in communications explains how the system works.

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