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Published September 26, 1994
The latest venture of former S.F. Giants Owner BOB LURIE is Par Golf Systems Inc., a nationwide tee-time reservation system that "could become the TicketMaster of the links" (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 9/25)....Boxer/actor RANDALL "TEX" COBB has sued Sports Illustrated for $150M over a '93 article alleging one of his fights was fixed (AP, 9/24)....St. Louis attorney TOM O'TOOLE has been offered the post of Championship Director of the '97 U.S. Senior Open at Olympia Fields Golf Club in Chicago (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 9/25)....In Anaheim, Steve Bisheff profiles NHL "superstar-in-waiting" PAUL KARIYA of the Mighty Ducks: "After just one brief, beautifully marketed year, the Mighty Ducks already are the hottest sports team in the area. ... What the Ducks didn't have was a star. A marquee name. Now they do" (ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER, 9/24). ESPN's PHIL SIMMS on his talks with the Cardinals: "If they make me an offer I can't refuse, then I'll hopefully go to the Cardinals" ("GameDay," ESPN, 9/25)....L.A. Kings President BRUCE MCNALL's Holmby Hills, CA, home was put on the market at $5.59M (L.A. TIMES, 9/25).