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Published November 8, 1994
On "SportsCenter," Bob Ley's Cover Story was entitled "Have Things Changed?" regarding the three years since MAGIC JOHNSON announced he had contracted the HIV virus. At the end of the piece, Ley noted that Johnson has not been as visible in AIDS- awareness efforts recently (ESPN, 11/7). ....JENNIFER CAPRIATI is scheduled to play her first WTA Tour match tomorrow night at the Virginia Slims in Philadelphia. "Win or lose, Capriati seems to have many of her peers squarely in her corner -- not to mention tour officials glad to got one of their biggest drawing cards back" (Darrell Fry, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 11/8)....MARTINA NAVRATILOVA is profiled by Curry Kirkpatrick in the latest issue of NEWSWEEK (11/14 issue)....In a taped interview at halftime on "Monday Night Football" last night, Cowboys owner JERRY JONES was interviewed by ABC's Al Michaels. When asked if it was "conceivable" that he would ever coach the Cowboys, Jones replied "No, not at all." Jones continued, "For me to make the investment, I had to run [the team]. I had to be involved off of the field ... or I wouldn't have invested the money" (ABC, 11/7).