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Published October 20, 1994
Pistons owner William Davidson has agreed to contribute $1M to the program "Partnership to Adopt and Renovate Parks for Kids. Organizers of the program are trying to collect $20M to spruce up the city's aging parks (Pistons)....Jim Speros, owner of Baltimore's CFL franchise, said he plans to give fans a choice of six or seven names for the team. One option is to keep the team nameless (Baltimore SUN, 10/20).