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Sports: Bias Investigation, Baseball, Golf #103763

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 19, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(NYC: Ray Gandolf) Possible grand jury indictment of Brian Tribble in cocaine death of basketball star Len Bias reported; details given. [Voice of TRIBBLE and police DISPATCHER - discuss Bias' collapse.] New York Mets players involved in bar fracas listed, discussed; scenes shown. British Open golf tournament with Greg Norman, Tommy Nakajima described; scenes shown.

(Turnberry, Scotland: Jack Whitaker) History of Turnberry, Scotland, golf course featured; details given, scenes shown. Poet Robert Burns, Scottish historical figure Robert Bruce mentioned. Tom Watson's defeat of Jack Nicklaus here recalled. [Caddy Alfie FYLES - recalls 1977 match.] [Ray STEWART - describes his caddying career.] [Stan FINCOURT - comments.] [FYLES, William John TURNER - think good caddies are dying breed.]

(NYC: Ray Gandolf) Coverage of final round of British Open announced.

Gandolf, Ray;
Sullivan, Kathleen;
Whitaker, Jack

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