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Sports: Horse Racing, Baseball, Special Olympics #110723

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 01, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Bet Twice reported defeating Alysheba in Haskill Invitational horse race; details given, scenes shown. Tigers-Yankees baseball game reported; performances of individual players (named) detailed. Scenes shown courtesy NBC Sports.

(South Bend, IN: Jerry King) 7th annual International Special Olympics for mentally retarded athletes featured; details given, scenes shown. [Executive dir. Bill BANKHEAD - explains grouping athletes to assure fairness in competition.] [Competitors Paul GILL, Peter RAYMOND - hope to win.] Cessna Corp.'s role in getting owners of its aircraft to donate planes noted. [Irish competitor Caroline GERAGHTY - comments.] [BANKHEAD - notes significance of event for all people.]

King, Jerry;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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