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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 30, 1978
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(Studio) Sports report introduction
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Studio) Gary Player's loss in New Orlean's Open reported; likewise Sam Snead and Gardner Dickinson's win in Legends of Golf tournament. Cosmos soccer team wins over Tampa Bay. Film courtesy Sugarman Products. Washington defeat of Philadelphia in basketball reported Film courtesy CBS Sports. Other NBA games reported In hockey's Stanley Cup matches Toronto defeats New York Islanders. Toronto film courtesy NHL `78. [PLAYER - speaks of Toronto's opponent for Stanley Cup, Montreal.] [MAN - speaks of Montreal team.] [2nd Toronto PLAYER - speaks of beating Montreal.] [Islander PLAYER - doesn't believe Toronto can beat Montreal.]
REPORTER: Dick Schapp

Savitch, Jessica;
Schapp, Dick

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