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Sports: Horse Racing, Pro Basketball, Martin #116041

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 07, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dick Schaap) Winning of Kentucky Derby by "Winning Colors," owned by Gene Klein, ridden by Gary Stevens and trained by Wayne Lukas, reported; scenes shown. NBA basketball play-off game between Denver Rockets-Seattle SuperSonics reported Baseball manager Billy Martin reported hospitalized following bar fight; scenes shown of Martin being thrown out of last night's game. [New York Yankees owner George STEINBRENNER - talks about Martin.] Report introduced.

(No location given: John McKenzie) Athlete Ron Brown, who wants to return from pro football to amateur track, featured; scenes shown of Brown running track and playing football with Los Angeles Rams. [BROWN - explains walking away from football.] [Agent Jerome STANLEY - says Brown has other options.] [On Apr. 19, BROWN - explains decision to return to track and field.] Brown shown training for Olympic trials. [BROWN - discusses shoe co. and car company; recalls dreams of running fast.]

(Studio: Dick Schaap) Sports stories reviewed.

McKenzie, John;
Schaap, Dick;
Serafin, Barry

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