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Sports: Football, Tennis #81626

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 13, 1983
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(Studio) Pittsburgh-Baltimore, Green Bay-Minnesota, Detroit-Houston football games examined; performances of individual players (named in report) considered. Films shown courtesy NBC and CBS sports. Outcome of London tennis match between John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors mentioned. New Jersey high school football player Brandy Wells featured; films shown. [Teammates James OVERBEY, Quintus McDONALD - praise Wells.] [WELLS - doesn't try to hurt anyone.] Wells' athletic and academic capabilities discussed. [WELLS - discusses football, school, recruiters.] [Clyde WELLS - praises son.] Jim Bouton's card company noted giving bubblegum cards to Montclair high school football team. [WELLS - comments on Notre Dame coach Gerry Faust.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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