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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 02, 1977
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(Studio) Part of new wkend. format is sports news.
REPORTER: Gerald Harrington

(Studio) Pittsburgh versus Cleveland pro football game reported; players cited. Film shown. Other game scores shown. Ny Jets versusNew England Patriots reported;player cited. Film shown. James Hunt wins Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, New York, for 2nd year over Mario Andretti; Niki Lauda clinches world driving record. Arc de Triomphe horse race, Paris, France, won by Irish horse. Details given; film shown. Rod Carew ups batting average on last day of season; details given. Major league playoff results given. Reggie Jackson says key to success is concentration and faith. [JACKSON - states philosophy.] When asked if he'll pray the day before playoffs, Jackson says he prays every day.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Harrington, Gerald;
Schaap, Dick

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