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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 12, 1978
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(Studio) Fidel Castro attendance at boxing match and Gerald Ford's at Bob Hope Desert Classic noted. New York Knickerbockers and New Jersey Nets' game discussed; John Williamson performance noted. Denver Nuggets versus Portland game cited. Individual NBA games noted. North Carolina versus Providence and De Paul versus Notre Dame games highlighted; film shown. Queen's College-Saint John's game noted. National Hockey League scores listed. Cuban-American boxing match noted; Teofilo Stevenson and Jimmy Clark cited. Stevenson's past performances noted. Results of World Speed Skating Championship, Lake Placid, New York, noted; Eric and Beth Heiden performances cited; film shown. Liubov Sadchikova noted as winner. Results of Bob Hope Desert Classic noted; film shown.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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