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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 20, 1983
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(Studio) Cale Yarborough reported winning Daytona 500 auto race today over Buddy Baker; Yarborough's crash earlier in week recalled, shown courtesy CBS Sports. Virginia-Missouri basketball game featuring Ralph Sampson and Steve Stipanovich reported; film shown. San Diego golf open between Gary Hallberg and Tom Kite reported, shown. Boston Bruins hockey goalie Pete Peeters, coached by Gary Cheevers, featured; Cheevers' background recalled, films shown. [CHEEVERS - thought his record would be hard to beat; jokes about Peeters' threat to record.] [PEETERS - responds.] Peeter's hockey career reviewed; films shown. Wayne Gretzky mentioned. [PEETERS - compares his defense with Redskins' defense of John Riggins.] [Brad PARK, Glenn SATHER, CHEEVERS - praise Peeters.] [PEETERS - praises teammates.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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