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Published June 3, 1996
The developers of the proposed four-story "Nike Town" on Newbury Street in Boston is considering only one architect -- Childs Bertman Tseckares, because the firm has several principals who serve or have served on the Back Bay Architectural Commission -- the ultimate authority on what gets built on Newbury Street (BOSTON GLOBE, 6/3)....The Cadillac NFL Golf Classic is profiled in the N.Y. POST. In its fourth year, the tournament has already raised $750,000 for various charities (N.Y. POST, 6/3)....In his column in the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, Andres Galarraga writes about the marketing of his Big Cat clothing line (ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 6/1)....Disney is looking to Harlem as the site for its next New York store (N.Y. POST, 6/3)....An arbitration panel has ruled that The Upper Deck Co. must pay $4.9M to the estate of Mickey Mantle in a dispute over Mantle's contract with the company. Upper Deck will appeal (WASHINGTON POST, 6/1).