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Sports: NFL Playoffs / Mims' Ministry #88311

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 23, 1984
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(Studio) Details given with regard to NFL (National Football League) playoffs games leading toward Super Bowl. Teams involved include New York Giants, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49'ers, Washington Redskins and Chicago Bears of National Conf., and Pittsburgh Steelers, - Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks, Los Angeles Raiders and Miami Dolphins of American Conf. Giants' players mentioned are Ali Haji-Sheikh, Rob Carpenter and Lawrence Taylor. Special report on former Olympic champion Madeline Manning Mims, who conducts various ministries. Film shown. [MIMS - sings and preaches.] Mims' participation in 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico, detailed; her race in Stadio Olympico there described. ABC Sports film shown. Her participation in 1972 Olympics in Munich, West Germany, also noted; films shown. [MIMS comments.] Mims' preaching to Olympic and world heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman noted; ABC Sports film shown. Mims' concentration now on Madeline Manning Mims Ministries, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, cited; details of ministries given. Mims' rise from Cleveland ghetto mentioned. [MIMS - preaches.] [MIMS - comments on her ministry.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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