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Sports: Baseball, Football #92625

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 13, 1985
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(NYC) Status of Kansas City-Toronto playoffs reported Los Angeles Rams-Tampa Bay football game noted; other NFC game scores listed on screen. Performances of individual players (named) mentioned. Browns-Oilers football game and other AFC football games discussed; scenes shown. West Point's football program examined; scenes shown. General Doug. MacArthur's response to coach Red Blaik's victory over Navy during World War II recalled; famous Army players reviewed, named. [Pete DAWKINS - notes qualities instilled by West Part] [Athletic director Carl ULLRICH - lists qualities taught players.] [Coach Jim YOUNG - praises players.] [Player Don SMITH - comments.] Army-Boston College game with Tory Crawford noted. [SMITH - is optimistic.] [ULLRICH, DAWKINS - cite academy's competitiveness.]
REPORTER: Jack Whitaker

Reporter(s):
Whitaker, Jack
Duration:
00:05:10

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