ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 16, 1980
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(Studio) NFL (National Football League) football scores given. Tapes shown courtesy CBS and NBC Sports. Philadelphia said to have team with best record in NFL, in National Basketball Association and in National Hockey League. Baseball championship of Philadelphia Phillies recalled. W.C. Fields in "My Little Chickadee" shown talking about Philadelphia courtesy MCA-TV. Presidential candidate Harold Stassen recalled. Scene from "Rocky" shown. Past losing records of Philadelphia sports teams recalled. [Philadelphia Flyers hockey player Bobby CLARKE - recalls feeling that Philadelphia was city of losers.] ["Philadelphia Magazine" editor Herbert LIPSON - recalls being last in sports.] [Phillies baseball player Tug McGRAW - comments on being winner.] [Philadelphia Eagle football player Harold CARMICHAEL, Philadelphia `76ers basketball player Julius ERVING, Philadelphia Flyers coach Pat QUINN - comment on being winners.] [Philadelphia Mayor William GREEN - comments.] Tapes shown courtesy NBC Sports, WPVI-TV and Prism Cable. Cincinnati's Moeller High School said continuing winning streak.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap
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