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Sports: Baseball / Equestrians / Golf #73314

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 02, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Studio) Baseball Cmsr. Bowie Kuhn's proposed split-season outlined on screen, discussed; participating teams also listed. Induction of players Bob Gibson, Johnny Mize and Rube Foster (posthumously) into baseball hall of fame featured; Foster's son Earl noted accepting award for him.
REPORTER: Jim Lampley

(Franklin Lakes, New Jersey) Brothers famous in tennis and golf named; Mark, Peter and Armand Leone, all equestrians, featured. Films shown. Leone family involvement in riding outlined. [Armand LEONE, Senior - recalls initial int.] Fin. aspect of the sport considered. [Armand LEONE, Senior - notes importance of losing to his sons.] [Armand, Junior, Peter and Mark LEONE - discuss mutual support.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

(Studio) Peter Oosterhuis win of Canadian golf open reported.
REPORTER: Jim Lampley

Donaldson, Sam;
Lampley, Jim;
Schaap, Dick

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