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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 04, 1979
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(Studio) Sports introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Studio) Notre Dame's losing 2 college basketball games, to DePaul and to University of Michigan reported Tape of Michigan versus Notre Dame game shown courtesy NBC Sports. NCAA and NIT basketball tournaments mentioned. Report with regard to high school All-American basketball player Sam Bowie of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. [U. of Delaware coach Ron RAINEY - speaks about important of recruiting player like Bowie.] [Sam's father Ben BOWIE - speaks about Sam's play.] [SAM - speaks of beating his father at basketball.] Rptd. that Phil Mahre, United States top amateur skier, broke leg at Lake Placid, New York. Film shown courtesy ABC sports. Picture of Pete Rose at Philadelphia Phillies spring training shown.
REPORTER: Larry Adderly

Adderly, Larry;
Donaldson, Sam

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