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Sports: Basketball, Tennis, Baseball #97055

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 09, 1985
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(NYC) Laker's defeat of Celtics in NBA championship reported; individual players named. Films shown. Ivan Lendl's loss to Mats Wilander in French Open detailed, shown. Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver mentioned winning French doubles championship. Coach Fran Hershey featured; his efforts to teach children the illegal spitball examined. [HERSHEY - coaches kids.] Major league players Hershey suspects of using spitball named; Gaylord Perry's "Me and the Spitter" autobiography mentioned. [HERSHEY - praises Perry's spitball; advises children.] [CHILDREN - don't think spitball is fair, but will use it.] [HERSHEY - acknowledges occasional guilty feelings.] [Don SUTTON and HERSHEY - discuss spitball.] [HERSHEY - comments on not making major leagues.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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