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Sports: College Basketball, Fig. Skating, Mauch, Murphy #114640

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 26, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Results of NCAA college basketball tournament games between Duke Univ.-Temple Univ., University of OK-Villanova Univ. given; scenes shown from CBS Sports. Katarina Witt reported winning World Fig. Skating Championship over Elizabeth Manley and Debi Thomas. Announcement by Gene Mauch of his retirement as manager of California Angels baseball team reported Report introduced.

(No location given: Jack Whitaker) Baseball player Rob Murphy's second career as race horse advisor featured; scenes shown. [On telephone, MURPHY - talks about buying a horse.] [Teammate Bill LANDRUM - talks about Murphy.] [MURPHY - discusses baseball and horses; explains development of computer program to evaluate horses' pedigrees.] [Investor Dr. Doug. TRAPP - explains dealing with Murphy's advice.] [Cincinnati Reds manager Pete ROSE - explains Murphy's tips on horses.] [MURPHY - talks about baseball.]

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Murphy's tips mentioned.

Gandolf, Ray;
Serafin, Barry;
Whitaker, Jack

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