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October 30, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

The winners of the 32nd annual Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards have been announced. The three prize winners--all UCLA students submitting screenplays (plays and teleplays were also admissible)--were Randall McCormick (first place of $5,000 for his "Old Dogs and New Tricks"), Robert Wolfe (second place, $2,500, for his undergraduate work "Paper Dragons") and Lawrence Riggins (third place, $1,000, for "The Reckoning of J. D. Turner"). The winners were selected by producer Kathleen Kennedy of Amblin Entertainment, writer-director-actor Robert Townsend and director Robert Wise. The prizes were given out Wednesday evening at a ceremony at UCLA's James E. West Center.

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