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Sports: Basketball, Wrestling, Tennis #108147

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 21, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Syracuse-North Carolina, Providence-Georgetown basketball games and performances of individual players (named) reported; scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Iowa's showing in wrestling championship noted; scenes shown. (Temporary video loss.) Famous Czechoslovakian tennis players listed.

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Dean Reynolds) Israel's success on tennis circuit featured; scenes shown. [Center director Ian FROMAN - explains nontennis motive of starting program.] Amos Mansdorf's rise in international competition described; scenes shown. [MANSDORF - praises Israel's program.] [1979, Jimmy CONNORS - cites potential of Israeli players.] [FROMAN - hopes to use tennis as medium for education children.] Center's academic emphasis described. [FROMAN, program PARTICIPANT - comment.]

Reynolds, Dean;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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