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Published January 29, 1998
Packers President Bob Harlan told the Green Bay Press- Gazette that he is "leaning" towards extending the sale of Packers stock. Later, he told the AP: "If we are still making money and it is a good business, we will consider extending it for a period of time." The stock sale is scheduled to end Saturday (PIONEER PRESS, 1/29)...L.A. City Councilmember Nate Holden said he will continue to pursue the Raiders and that he will work on the initiative alone, as he said his City Council colleagues "are jealous of his efforts" (L.A. TIMES, 1/29)....The Orioles unveiled their altered logo. The "revised oriole, which will also appear on the club's caps this year, has a bigger head and beak and greater detail in the feathers" (Baltimore SUN, 1/29).