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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 06, 1981
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(Studio) Cincinnati-San Francisco football game reviewed; films shown courtesy CBS Sports, individual players' performances noted. Other NFL football games discussed, listed on screen. Martina Navratilova reported beating Chris Evert Lloyd in Australian Open; performances of several players described. Black athletic stars listed; black hockey goalie Grant Fuhr featured. Fellow player Wayne Gretzky incld. in report [GRETZKY - praises Fuhr.] [Coach Glenn SATHER, Ron LOW - praise Fuhr.] [FUHR - attributes it all to luck.] [Christine WILES - recalls 1st meeting] [FUHR - comments.] Fuhr's upbringing examined. [Mother, Betty FUHR - recalls son's interest in hockey.] [FUHR - explains his love of hockey.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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