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ROSS PEROT JR. WAITS WHILE NORM GREEN DO-SI-DO'S
Published June 16, 1995
Stars Owner Norman Green said Wednesday that while he is still negotiating with Ross Perot, Jr., to sell part of the team, "there are alternative investors still interested in a partnership with him," according to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Green wants a deal completed by the end of the month so the team can enter the free agent market, Terry Egan reports. While Green would not name the other interested, he did say that Perot is still the investor who makes the best sense for the Stars. Egan writes that Perot's status as "a political heavyweight" in Dallas-Ft. Worth could help the team get a new arena (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 6/15).