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Published November 14, 1994
The N.Y. TIMES' William Rhoden profiles Panthers co-owner BILL SIMMS, the first African-American to have an ownership interest in an NFL team since 1967 and the second African- American to gain membership to the Augusta National Golf Club (N.Y. TIMES, 11/13)....The following radio ad was run against former Chiefs QB BILL KENNEY during his successful bid for a MO state legislative seat: "During Kenney's best season, only 11,000 Chiefs fans attended the Denver game. Kenney's leadership resulted in the longest losing streak in Chiefs history, a decade without a playoff win, and two player strikes costing businesses millions. Now Bill Kenney wants to play games with your taxes ..." (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 11/13).