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Sports: Basketball, Hockey #100848

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 01, 1986
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(NYC: Jack Whitaker) Virginia Tech-Memphis State, Clemson-North Carolina basketball games and performances of individual players (named) detailed; scenes shown. Other NCAA scores listed on screen. West Point hockey coach Jack P. Riley profiled; scenes shown. [RILEY - describes dilapidated rink.] Specifics of his career reviewed. [RILEY - recalls son Rob's love of hockey.] Rob Riley said succeeding father as coach. [Rob RILEY - praises father's coaching style.] [Player Ted MORAN, athletic director Carl ULLRICH - praise both father and son.] [RILEY - comments on his temper; recalls example] [Rob RILEY - acknowledges temper.] [RILEY - jokes about himself.] Riley's family discussed.

Whitaker, Jack

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