Pacers' Turner Impressed By Fever For Demonstration NBA, NBPA To Work With Players On Social Issues PGA Tour Eyes Possible Schedule Changes NBA Brings On Sportradar, Second Spectrum Finchem Says Tour Will Stay In NC Las Vegas NHL Team Sells 16,000 Season Tickets Panthers Tell NHL They Want Ekblad Out Of WC World Cup Of Hockey Ready For Return Predators Turn Attention To Local TV Viewers NHL Adds More Concussion Spotters
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Published January 23, 1995
IBM is expected to post strong 4th Quarter earnings and post its first annual profit since '90 (BLOOMBERG BUSINESS NEWS/ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 1/23)....Snake Eyes Golf Clubs have reached agreement with nine PGA Tour pros to form the company's inaugural "Snake Eyes Tour Staff" -- Doug Tewell, Mark Carnevale, Clark Dennis, Todd Barranger, Robert Dickson, Jim Hallett, Mark Hayes, Bill Kratzert and Leonard Thompson (Pinnacle Enterprises)....The Islanders are introducing a new mascot -- described as "a guy in an Islanders uniform." Islanders VP for Communications Pat Calabria, on what symbolizes Long Island: "I always joked that it's somebody stepping into a Lexus with a Bloomingdale's bag" (N.Y. TIMES, 1/22)....Electronic Arts announced its 3rd quarter revenues increased 45% over the same period from last year. Top selling titles: Madden Football '95 and NBA Live '95 for Sega Genesis and Super NES; NHL '95 on Super NES; PGA Tour III on Sega; and FIFA International Soccer on the 3DO Multiplayer (EA). FROM TODAY'S WALL STREET JOURNAL: James Miller examines the "oddball arms race" in the bowling ball industry....Tom Dunkel covers the emergence of commercialism in the disabled-sports market (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 1/23).