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Sports: Skiing, Golf, Basketball #94594

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 03, 1985
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(NYC) Bill Johnson's performance in downhill skiing during last year's Olympics recalled; Doug Lewis's downhill run in World Alpine Ski Championships, Italy, featured; films shown. Mark O'Meara's victory in Bing Crosby golf tournament, JoAnne Carner's win of LPGA Elizabeth Arden golf classic reported Films shown courtesy CBS and ESPN, respectively. Outcome of Georgetown-Arkansas basketball game noted; performances of individual players (named in report) described. Films shown. Houston-Illinois basketball game detailed; films shown courtesy NBC. Saint John's Univ. basketball team profiled. [Coach Lou CARNESECCA - attributes season's success to lucky sweater.] [Mary CARNESECCA - would like to burn husband's sweater.] [Lou CARNESECCA, Chris MULLIN - joke about sweater.] [Walter BERRY, CARNESECCA - disagree on team's standing.] [CARNESECCA - praises Bill Wennington.] [WENNINGTON - praises Mullin.] [CARNESECCA - wants to enjoy this season.]
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Stone
Duration:
00:05:10

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