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Published September 13, 1995
Panthers President BILL TORREY will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 20 in Toronto. He will be inducted into the "Builders" section for his work with Islanders, the Golden Seals and Panthers (MIAMI HERALD, 9/12)....RICHARD PETTY for President? Floating the prospect, the NASCAR legend said, "They tell me Clinton's the 42nd president. Who's better for No. 43?" (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 9/12)....Auburn football coach TERRY BOWDEN will sing on an upcoming album by GA-based band Muse (USA TODAY, 9/13)....At the request of BILLIE JEAN KING, ANDRE AGASSI and PETE SAMPRAS have agreed to play a charity match in Chicago to benefit AIDS education and patient care (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 9/13)....A man admitted in federal court on Monday that he planned to kidnap former Buccaneer President GAY CULVERHOUSE and hold her for $1M ransom (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 9/13)....JACK NEWFIELD, author of the unauthorized Don King bio, "Only In America," appeared on "Charlie Rose" last night. Newfield: "I have always wanted to write about boxing and King's epic life became the vehicle" (PBS, 9/12). CLARIFICATION: In response to comments made by Corliss Williamson's former agent, representatives for Williamson say he did have surgery for a herniated disc on July 18, but that he spent only one day in the hospital and has fully recovered. THE DAILY regrets any confusion.