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Sports: Track, Tennis, Basketball, Football #94319

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 16, 1985
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(Studio) Disruption of Zola Budd's cross country track championship race in Great Britain by anti-apartheid protesters reported; films shown. Her collision with runner Mary Decker during summer Olympics recalled. [BUDD - describes today's incident.] Outcome of Martina Navratilova-Chris Evert Lloyd tennis match reported; films shown. Georgia Tech mentioned winning basketball game with Virginia.
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan

(NYC) New Jersey Gens. player Doug Flutie's introduction to professional football examined; films shown. [FLUTIE - discusses change from college game; mentions Herschel Walker.] [General Mgr. Jim VALIK - denies Flutie's height is problem.] [WALKER - praises Flutie.] [FLUTIE - comments on 1st professional game.]
REPORTER: Jack Whitaker

Sullivan, Kathleen;
Whitaker, Jack

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