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Sports: Anderson Firing / Sims' Heisman Win #51905

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 28, 1978
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(Studio) Firing of Cincinnati Reds baseball manager Sparky Anderson reported; film shown. Reds recent successes in sport and in World Series and their losses to Los Angeles Dodgers in last 2 years mentioned. Awarding of Heisman Trophy in college football to Billy Sims noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(NYC) [Heisman chairperson John J. FARRELL, Junior - announces 2nd place in voting goes to Chuck Fusina and winner is Billy Sims of University of OK.] Sims' position as leading rusher in college football this year reported; film shown. Details given about achievements of sports publicity agents at univs. with Heisman candidates. North Carolina State Univ.'s campaign on behalf of Ted Brown this year described, include his trip to NYC. Voting said to have been so close that

Reporter(s):
Robinson, Max
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00:02:00

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