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Published July 10, 1995
RICHARD DELL has been named Senior VP/Tennis at ProServ (WASHINGTON POST, 7/10)....In Minneapolis, Sid Hartman reports that Vikings Ticket Manager HARRY RANDOLPH is leaving the organization after 21 years with the team over a disagreement (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 7/9)....TOM COVE was promoted to VP/Government Relations for the Sporting Goods Manufactures Association....MICHAEL FASSETTE was named Senior VP/Sales and Marketing for Fila U.S.A. footwear division (TENNIS BUYER'S GUIDE, 7/95 issue)....Sportmart named MARK SCOTT Exec VP/Merchandising (Sportmart).... Collegiate Licensing Co. has named JENNIFER GOLDMAN as Licensing Coordinator. Goldman comes from Apex One (CLC). ...Penguins Owner HOWARD BALDWIN announced a two-year deal with Universal Pictures. Baldwin, his wife Karen, and partner RICHARD COHEN have moved their production company's offices to the Universal lot (Mult., 7/8)....DWIGHT GOODEN will host a feature on Tampa Sports Radio 820 AM called "Let's Make A House Call With Doc" (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 7/9).... FINANCIAL POST profiles MARK MCCORMACK, founder and head of IMG. Asked about retirement, McCormack responded, "Retire? Everybody retires to do what I do every day" (FINANCIAL POST, 7/8)....SITV profiled St. Paul Saints Owner MIKE VEECK and during "Wide World of Sports" Saturday. Veeck: "Would I like to get back [the the majors]? Yes, I would, if for no other reason that I would have to put up or shut up -- and obviously I can't shut up" (ABC, 7/8).