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Sports: Golf / Basketball / Jogging and Exercise Courses #257738

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 09, 1978
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(Studio) Report on outcome of Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. Film shown. Winner is Gary Player; Hubert Green mentioned. Report on Boston Celtics pro basketball player John Havlicek's last game. Film shown. [ANNOUNCER - intros. Havlicek.] Havlicek's career recapped. [HAVLICEK - will remember warmth he's received Thanks Boston for 16 years of pro basketball.] Celtics win over Buffalo noted. Denver Nuggets' David Thompson's accumulation of points in team's losing effort against Detroit Pistons reported; Thompson is only other player besides Wilt Chamberlain to top 72 points in one game. Film shown. Popularity of jogging in American noted; is now being combined with something else.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Charlotte, North Carolina) Report on par cours courses, combining jogging and exercises for almost all bodily muscles. Course's development by Ron Basini, who is also prof. at Queens College in Charlotte, North Carolina, detailed. [BASINI - talks about course.] Is noted that idea was developed in Switzerland and that there's growing demand for courses in US. [Ed HEILAND - can't afford a spa and gets exactly what he needs in course.] [BASINI - says course is for everyone.]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

Dean, Morton;
Hall, Bruce

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