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Sports / Golf / Tour de France / Italian Football / Baseball Strike #72706

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 19, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(Studio) Bill Rogers' win over Bernhard Langer at British golf open reported; films shown. Tour de France bike race noted won by Bernard Hinault; finish of American Jonathan Boyer mentioned. Film shown, courtesy NBC Sports. Al Davis' lawsuit against NFL (National Football League) mentioned.
REPORTER: Jim Lampley

(Rome, Italy) Rumors that Davis wants to move Oakland Raiders to Rome Coliseum said false; Rome's 2 football teams, playing the American version of the game, examined. Backgrounds of teams discussed. [GIORGIA - (in Italian) discusses defense tackles' strategy against quarterback.] [KIKO - describes injuries.] [STEPHANO - likes game.] Championship game between the 2 teams reported [MANUEL - thinks Italian football is on the high school level.] [League president Bruno BENECK - considers American football the sport of the future.] Super Bowl, Vince Lombardi and Pete Rozelle mentioned.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

(Studio) Negotiations in major league baseball strike reported resuming today.
REPORTER: Jim Lampley

Jarriel, Tom;
Lampley, Jim;
Schaap, Dick

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