Fox' Freer, Shanks Top SBJ's "Most Influential" List New Orleans Architect Allen Eskew Dies At 65 ESPN Pulls Van Gundy From Knicks Game MLB's Dan Halem Promoted NHL Panthers Suffer Plexiglass Snafu NASCAR Hires Brent Dewar As COO Bettman Says NHL Fielding Expansion Inquiries John Skipper Sits For Q&A NHL Seeks Balance Between Excitement, Player Safety CSN Chicago President Jim Corno Dies
NAMES IN THE NEWS
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).