NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published September 14, 1995
In Dallas, columnist Randy Galloway profiles STEPHEN JONES, 31, the son of Cowboys Owner JERRY JONES and the team's VP & Dir of Player Personnel -- writing that he would cast a vote for him for NFL Executive of the Year should the Cowboys win the Super Bowl. Stephen Jones, the team's resident "capologist," even draws praise from 49ers President CARMEN POLICY. Policy: "Obviously, Stephen takes after his mother" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 9/14)....The Harlem Globetrotters' 24-year, 8,829-game winning streak was halted Tuesday night by a team led by Hall of Famer KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 9/14)....Tigers shortstop ALAN TRAMMELL and second baseman LOU WHITAKER established an American League record yesterday by playing in their 1,915th game together (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 9/14)....Tennis star GABRIELA SABATINI is set to appear in two episodes of an Argentine soap opera, according to the ARGENTINE DAILY CLARIN (REUTERS/DAILY VARIETY, 9/14)....Knicks center PATRICK EWING was at the New York premier of Spike Lee's new movie, "Clockers" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 9/14)....DENNIS RODMAN told Byron Allen on his "Entertainers" that the Spurs have been disrespectful to him and he may not play next year. Rodman: "I want to be out now...if they won't give me my just due, then get me out now. I'm not going to camp. I'll just sit out for a year, I don't care" (USA TODAY, 9/14).... "HURRICANE" PETER MCNEELEY is set to take on Floyd Williams at Boston's FleetCenter in his first fight since the Tyson bout last month (BOSTON HERALD, 9/14).