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Sports: Golf, Tennis, Football, Baseball #95908

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 07, 1985
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(NYC) Golf tournament performances today of Joey Sindelar, Craig Stadler, Alice Miller and Jan Stephenson detailed; films shown. John McEnroe's tennis win after default due to injury of Jimmy Connors noted. Chris Evert Lloyd-Hana Mandlikova tennis match reported; films shown. Herschel Walker's record run in New Jersey Generals-Houston football game reported; films shown.
REPORTER: Ray Gandolf

(Palm Springs, California) Chicago Cubs' growing popularity examined; films shown. [Mgr. Jim FREY - isn't discouraged at team's record so far; praises Shawon Dunston.] [Players DUNSTON, Ryne SANDBERG - discuss Dunston's future.] [FREY - discusses team.] [Mgr. Dallas GREEN - explains keeping team together; opposes day games.] [Announcer Harry CARAY - thinks God intended baseball to be played in daytime.]
REPORTER: Jack Whitaker

(Studio) Upcoming baseball games listed
REPORTER: Ray Gandolf

Reporter(s):
Gandolf, Ray;
Whitaker, Jack
Duration:
00:05:00

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