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Sports: Auto Racing, Basketball, Sitro #146003

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 14, 1993
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(Studio: Judd Rose) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dick Schaap) Highlights shown of Dale Jarrett winning the Daytona 500 auto race in a car owned by football coach Joe Gibbs, from a college basketball game between Indiana University-University of Michigan and from a pro basketball game between the Orlando Magic-New York Knicks.

(Montclair, New Jersey: Armen Keteyian) The oldest player in college basketball profiled; scenes shown of 39-year-old Jerry Sitro, of the Montclair State College team. [SITRO - talks about his basketball career, the injury to his leg that led to his drinking and his eventual return to college.] Photos shown of Sitro playing high school and college basketball much earlier. [Former UNH basketball coach Jerry FRIEL - talks about Sitro.] [Wife Cheryl SITRO - comments.]

Keteyian, Armen;
Rose, Judd;
Schaap, Dick

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