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ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 16, 1982
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(Studio) Basketball game between Philadelphia and Los Angeles discussed with players Julius Erving and Andrew Toney. Film shown. Jack Nicklaus and Andy North competition in golf tournament examined; films shown, courtesy CBS Sports. Scenes from "Three for the Road" with Vince Van Patten shown courtesy MTM Productions. [VAN PATTEN - recalls wanting to be tennis professional] [Father Dick VAN PATTEN - notes concern for son.] Vince Van Patten's current tennis and acting standing noted; scenes from "Hell Night" shown courtesy Compass International Pictures. [Dick VAN PATTEN - praises son.] [Vince VAN PATTEN - comments on father.] Van Patten' s victories over John McEnroe recalled. [VAN PATTEN - recalls match.] Sugar Ray Leonard reported dischgd. from hospital following eye surgery.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Reporter(s):
Schaap, Dick
Duration:
00:04:40

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