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Sports: College Basketball, World League of American Football #133615

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 17, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Highlights from today's NCAA tournament college basketball games between University of North Carolina-Villanova University, Ohio State University-Georgia Tech shown; other game scores mentioned.

(East Rutherford, New Jersey: Armen Keteyian) Upcoming opening of a new spring football league, the World League of American Football, featured. [League CEO Joseph BAILEY, Sacramento Surge player Matti LINDHOLM, London Monarchs player Victor EBUBEDIKE, New York Knights general manager Reggie WILLIAMS - talk about the new and international aspects of the league.] Administrative workings and finances of the league outlined. ["Sports Illustrated" Peter KING - talks about the player contract.] [Knights player Jeff GRAHAM - comments.] [In the streets, two MEN - express skepticism.] [BAILEY - comments on long-term growth.] NFL's view on new league explained.

Gandolf, Ray;
Keteyian, Armen;
Simpson, Carole

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