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NAMES IN THE NEWS: BARRY & JERRY & JIMMY
Published September 13, 1994
Cowboys coach Barry Switzer, asked by ABC's Brent Musberger on his relationship with owner Jerry Jones: "I am sure we will have our ups and downs. I have no problem with Jerry in certain areas. If he wants to be involved with certain things in football, that is fine. But everything that happens on the field, between those two lines, that is me and the coaching staff and the players" ("Monday Night Football," ABC, 9/12). Meanwhile, this morning's PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER reports that Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and Jimmy Johnson dined together on Cape Cod last weekend (S.A. Paolontonio, PHILA. INQUIRER, 9/13). ANDRE ON TOUR: U.S. Open champ Andre Agassi today will begin his "U.S. Tour" today in Albany. The tour will stop in four U.S. cities and features Agassi playing exhibitions against John McEnroe, Michael Chang and Jim Courier. The Atlanta stop was canceled because of a dispute with a local promoter (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 9/13). Agassi appeared on "Late Show" with David Letterman and was introduced as the "hunkiest tennis player ever." Agassi ended the program hitting balls to Dave out on Broadway (CBS, 9/13).