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CFL NEWS & NOTES: HERRICK A POSSIBLE ROUGH RIDER?
Published February 7, 1995
The Rough Riders will court three potential U.S. buyers this week. The team is expected to be sold by Thursday to one of the three prospective owners, "all of whom are determined to try and make it work in Ottawa" with the price tag at C$1.5M. Scheduled to meet with the Rough Riders are Norton Herrick, the FL-based developer who is also seeking an MLB franchise for Orlando; Elliot Maises, a beer and wine distributor in Orlando; and Horn Chen, a Chicago restaurateur who also owns three minor league hockey teams and a majority share of the CHL (Vancouver PROVINCE, 2/7).