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Sports: New York City Marathon / Pro Football / Heisman Trophy #106335

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 01, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) New York City marathon noted won by Kenyan Ibrahim Hussein and Priscilla Welch; details given, scenes shown. Newly-traded pro football running back Eric Dickerson's feats detailed. Scores given, players named. College football's Heisman trophy candidate Emmitt Smith, of University of Florida, featured.; scenes shown. [SMITH - notes his surprise at his freshman statistics.] ["Sports Illustrated "Steve ROBINSON - says no freshman has won.] [SMITH - doubts his selection.] [ROBINSON - discusses popularity contest aspects of Heisman trophy.] Awarding of last year's trophy to Vinny Testaverde shown. Other Heisman cands. named; scenes shown. [Notre Dame player Tim BROWN - says not thinking about award.] [ROBINSON - discusses aura of Notre Dame.] [Michigan State player LorenzoWHITE - says you have to be nationally known.] Cands. Don McPherson of Syracuse, Chris Spielman of Ohio State and Craig Heyward of Pittsburgh shown. [University of California at Los Angeles player Gaston GREEN - says he watches "Casablanca" before every game.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Gandolf, Ray

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