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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 25, 1984
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(Studio) Outcome of today's basketball games with Houston and Georgetown detailed; performances of individual players (named in report) cited. Films shown. USFL football game between New Orleans and New Jersey today reported; Marcus Dupree and Herschel Walker mentioned. Films shown. Yogi Berra featured; his career as player and manager reviewed. Films shown. [BERRA - praises career.] [Dick HOWSER, Jeff TORBORG, Tom SEAVER, Dave RIGHETTI, Rusty STAUB, Graig NETTLES, George STEINBRENNER - praise Berra, recall his remarks.] [BERRA - ignores players' complaints; denies being psychologist or genius.] Steinbrenner's approach to mgrs. described. [BERRA - comments on Steinbrenner.] [STEINBRENNER - believes spring training will foretell team's readiness.] [BERRA - anticipates being fired again.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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