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Sports: Football, Baseball, Soccer #82418

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 04, 1983
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(Studio) Dolphins-Houston, Rams-Philadelphia football games reported; performances of individual players (named in report) mentioned. Films shown courtesy NBC and CBS respectively. Other NFL (National Football League) games listed on screen. UPI reporter Milton Richmond noted claiming Dr. Bobby Brown, former roommate of Yogi Berra, will be baseball's next American League president Columbia Univ.'s athletic history, include Alexander Hamilton's duel with Aaron Burr, reviewed; films, photo's shown. Columbia athletes reaching stardom listed; factors affecting school's recent athletic slump explained. [STUDENTS - praise Columbia's soccer team.] [Rick CAVALLI - agrees.] Team's international composition outlined. [Neil BANKS, Steve PRATTEN - profess ignorance of school's famous graduates.] [Coach Dieter FICKEN - explains approach to players.] [Amr ALY - comments on upcoming championship.] Outcome of recent soccer game described; individual players named. [PRATTEN - is Columbia man.] School's pre-Revolutionary name recalled.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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