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Sports: Seattle Slew / Basketball / Golf / Tennis / Track #498794

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 14, 1978
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(Studio) Return of Seattle Slew to race tracks reported.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Studio) New York's Aqueduct Racetrack film of race shown. NBC Sports film shown. Slew said ridden by John Cruquet. Slew win filmed. Basketball game - reported: Seattle versus Denver. Golf report: Colonial Open, won by Lee Trevino. CBS Sports film. Tennis: Vitas Gerulaitis versus Eddie Dibbs. Mislou film. Track star Victor Ramos featured; runs for Manhattan College. [RAMOS - speaks of experience of running.) Ramos' vol. work with Under 21 program, for runaways and prostitutes, noted. [RAMOS - talks with youth. Speaks of experience with program.) Ramos' Puerto Rican origins noted.
REPORTER: Dick Schapp

Savitch, Jessica;
Schapp, Dick

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