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Sports: Pro Football, Abdul-Jabbar, Olympics, Fencer #132685

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 14, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Highlights from pro football game between Chicago Bears-Tampa Bay Buccaneers shown. Announcement by Kareem Abdul- Jabbar that he might come out of retirement to play basketball so that some of his salary could go to help former teammate Earvin "Magic" Johnson with AIDS research reported. Lighting of the Olympic torch in France for ceremonies preceding the '92 games in Albertville, France, shown. American fencing champion Peter Westbrook profiled; scenes shown from his New York City fencing school for inner city kids. [WESTBROOK, three KIDS, sixth grader Langston GRIFFIN, GIRL - talk about the sport.]

Gandolf, Ray;
Simpson, Carole

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