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Sports: Basketball, Marathon, Horse Racing #95627

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 20, 1985
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(Studio) Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers separate basketball games detailed; performances of individual players (named) noted. Films shown. Other NBA games listed on screen. Carlos Lopes reported winning international marathon in Rotterdam; last year's showing by Steve Jones recalled. Films shown.
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan

(NYC) Possible Kentucky Derby contenders featured; films shown. [Eternal Prince's trainer John LENZINI - praises horse's speed.] George Steinbrenner's renewed partial ownership of Eternal Prince explained. [Co-owner Brian HURST - equates situation with stock market; explains; notes CBS stock activity.] [STEINBRENNER - praises Hurst's analytical skills with horses.] [Rhoman Rule's trainer Angel PENNA, Junior - discusses horse's chances.] [Jockey Jacinto VASQUEZ - agrees.] [Proud Truth trainer John VEITCH - is optimistic.] Pancho Villa's father noted Secretariat. [Pancho Villa's trainer Kevin RODINE - anticipates Kentucky Derby.] Outcome of today's race shown, described. [STEINBRENNER - would like to win derby.] Trainer Leroy Jolley quoted with regard to Marvin Hagler's win over Thomas Hearns and today's race.
REPORTER: Jack Whitaker

Sullivan, Kathleen;
Whitaker, Jack

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