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Sports: Golf, Tennis, Baseball, Marbles #129690

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 15, 1990
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Collapse of leader Patty Sheehan at women's US Open golf tournament, which was then won by Betsy King, reported; scenes shown. Teen Jennifer Capriati reported winning her first tennis title; match point shown. In baseball, Cincinnati Reds noted defeating New York Mets; game scenes shown.

(Wildwood, New Jersey: Armen Keteyian) National Marbles Championship featured; scenes shown from competition in Wildwood, New Jersey. [1940 champ Harry "Louie" LYSY - comments.] Marbles noted becoming prize commodity in the collectibles market; marbles shown. [Marbles Collectors Unlimited Gary HUXFORD, glass artist Josh SIMPSON - talk about marbles and prices.] Girl and boy finalists named, shown. [Winner Carl WHITAKER, old-time player Marie LAWLEY - comment.]

Gandolf, Ray;
Keteyian, Armen;
Sawyer, Forrest

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