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Sports: Boat Accident, Marathons, Basketball #95646

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 21, 1985
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(NYC) Death toll from boat accident at Irvine Lake, California, reported; details given, films shown. Carlos Lopes' record marathon run yesterday recalled; Ingrid Kristiansen's record for women's event today reported Joan Benoit mentioned. Films shown. Philadelphia-Washington basketball game detailed; performances of individual players (named) mentioned, films shown courtesy CBS Sports. Other NBA outcomes noted. Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team profiled. [Coach George KARL - recalls initial problems.] [Player World B. FREE, FANS - praise team's revival.] ["Plain Dealer" publisher Thomas VAIL - thinks team can complete city's renaissance.] Records of other Cleveland teams mentioned. [Sportscaster Joe TAIT - anticipates fans' return to stadium.] Cavaliers' recent showing reviewed. [KARL - dismisses odds.]
REPORTER: Ray Gandolf

Reporter(s):
Gandolf, Ray
Duration:
00:05:10

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