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Sports: Basketball, Track, Auto Racing, Golf #94335

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 17, 1985
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(NYC) Saint John's-DePaul basketball game reported; films shown courtesy NBC Sports. John Walker's record mile noted; film shown. Bill Elliott reported winning Daytona 500 auto race; films shown courtesy CBS Sports. Golfer Mark O'Meara profiled; films shown courtesy CBS and NBC sports. [Greg POWERS, Bobby CLAMPETT - praise O'Meara.] Gary Player mentioned. [Johnny MILLER - recalls his fall from grace.] [Tom WATSON - comments on winning.] [O'MEARA - explains following advice of coach; recalls meeting with Watson, recent difficult shot; rates self against other players; praises wife.] Golfers Ron Streck and Woody Blackburn mentioned.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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