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Sports: Basketball, Horse Racing, Baseball #94964

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 02, 1985
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(Studio) North Carolina-Duke, Saint John's-Providence, Memphis Saint-Louisville basketball games detailed; individual players named. Films shown courtesy NBC Sports. Suspension of coach Bobby Knight for his recent on-court tantrum reported Proud Truth and Chief's Crown mentioned winning their respective horse races today.
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan

(NYC) New York Yankees' training camp noted featuring manager Yogi Berra and son Dale Berra as new team mbr.; both men's backgrounds reviewed. Films shown. [Yogi and Dale BERRA - discuss unusual situation.] Casey Stengel quoted. [Rickey HENDERSON, Dave WINFIELD - don't anticipate problems; explain.] Berra Berra noted winning horse race on same day training camp began.
REPORTER: Jack Whitaker

Sullivan, Kathleen;
Whitaker, Jack

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