This video contains footage from a speech given by Bill Veeck at Northeastern Illinois University in April 1985. This footage was shot for the documentary "Veeck: A Man For Any Season." Tape five out of five. Q&A.
00:00Copy video clip URL Veeck continues to talk about the prosperity of both the Cubs and White Sox franchises in Chicago. Veeck had been asked whether or not one of the Chicago franchises would have eventually relocated. Veeck believes that both teams can co-exist. After finishing his answer, Veeck thanks everyone in attendance and expresses his delight in speaking to the crowd. The audience gives Veeck a nice round of applause. He is then presented with a plaque in honor of his participation in the lecture series. Veeck then speaks with a number of audience members.
03:43Copy video clip URL Surrounded by a group of audience members, Veeck answers a few questions about his past endeavors in the MLB. Veeck signs a number of books, takes a few pictures, and talks baseball with those in attendance. This lasts for the remainder of the tape.
15:15Copy video clip URL Tape ends.