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Sports: Little League World Series; Baseball Fans, Golf, University of Nebraska Football #155608

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 27, 1994
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(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dick Schaap) Highlights shown from the rained-out Little League World Series finals.

(No location given: Jim Angle) The plight of true baseball fans during the strike examined; scenes shown of the fans' lament. "Baseball Weekly" executive editor Lee IVORY - explains what the baseball junkies are doing.]

(Studio: Dick Schaap) Teen golfer Tiger Woods reported in the finals of the United States amateur golf tournament. Football at the University of Nebraska under coach Tom Osborne featured; excerpts shown of jokes by Nebraska comedians Johnny Carson and Dick Cavett. [Nebraska player Terry CONNEALY, OSBORNE, player Ron ZATECHKA - cite the seriousness of Nebraska football.] Nebraska's close call last year in which they almost won the national championship noted. [Player Ed STEWART - wants to win for Osborne.]

Angle, Jim;
Poussaint, Renee;
Schaap, Dick

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