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OWNERS IN THE NEWS: ANGELOS PROFILED IN WASHINGTON POST
Published March 3, 1997
Orioles Owner PETER ANGELOS was profiled by Marc Fisher in an extensive feature in the WASHINGTON POST's sports section. Fisher: "[He] is a short fellow who carries himself like a Big Guy. ... The owner is a man who jabs the air with his stubby fingers to make a point. He's a millionaire who thinks of himself as a city kid who had to scramble to make it." Angelos: "Baseball is something like the U.S. Senate. You're supposed to sit quietly in the back row while the country goes to hell, and I don't do that well" (WASHINGTON POST, 3/2)....Caldwell Watson, a firm partly owned by Aeros and potential NHL Owner CHUCK WATSON, is developing a 100,000-square-foot industrial project in northwest Houston. The complex will include 60,000 square feet of warehouse space and 32,000 feet of office service center space (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 2/28).