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Sports: Auto Racing / Women's Basketball #262045

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 11, 1979
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(Studio) Item with regard to Daytona 500 preliminary race introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Daytona, Florida) Accident shown and described.
REPORTER: Ken Squire

(Studio) Drivers' escape of injury reported Report on women's basketball introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Norfolk, Virginia) Cindy Brogdon of University of Tennessee and Nancy Lieberman of Old Dominion University featured. Wade trophy for best women's collegiate player said at stake. [LIEBERMAN - speaks with regard to her aggressiveness.] [BROGDON - says her shooting ability is natural.] Next year's Olympic team anticipated.
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

Dean, Morton;
Hall, Bruce;
Squire, Ken

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