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ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 08, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings ) Decline in college applications reported; details given of cost of one year of education at Harvard Univ. Report introduced.

(Columbus, Ohio: Dick Schaap) Profile of high school football player from Columbus, Ohio, who signed letter of intent today with Southern Methodist Univ. (SMU) featured; scenes shown. [high school athlete Dan FREIBURGER - says he was too weak to be high school football player.] Freiburger's late development as scholastic football player at prep school detailed; game film shown. [Mother Kathy FREIBURGER - talks about son.] Father's football background explained. [FREIBURGER - talks about building up body and his football future.]

Jennings, Peter;
Schaap, Dick

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