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Sports: Women's College Basketball, Tennis, Samoan Football Players #156598

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 28, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Miami: Dick Schaap) Highlights shown from the women's college basketball game between the University of Connecticut and University of Kansas and from the victory by Mary Pierce over Arantxa Sanchez Vicario at the Australian Open tennis tournament. The connection of the south Pacific islands of American Samoa to pro football examined by looking at the story of one Samoan player and their community; scenes shown from Oceanside, California. [San Diego Chargers player Junior SEAU - talks about Samoans in California and in football.] [Former Oceanside High School coach Wally MOLIFUA, former Oceanside players Junior and Tony PAOPAO, Oceanside player Aaron MAUGA - talk about Seau's abilities and accomplishments.]

Schaap, Dick;
Simpson, Carole

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