Chargers Continue Exploring Stadium Options Louisville AD: School Unwelcome At Yum! Center Clock Ticking For Oakland On Raiders Deal Dodge Planning On Return To NASCAR? Lott Hopeful Of Raiders Stadium Deal In Oakland Beverage Analysts Optimistic About Monster Deal Monster Energy To Title Top NASCAR Series Cards Get $16M To Begin Ballpark Village Next Phase Monster's Title Sponsor Deal Worth Less Than Sprint's Suarez Talks Being First Foreign NASCAR Champ
Published June 5, 1998
In Toronto, Nicolaas van Rijn reports that the Air Canada Centre is 60% "complete and on schedule -- eight months away from completion and its February, 1999, opening" (TORONTO STAR, 6/5)....Over 5,000 people attended the ceremony yesterday which renamed Granada Hills [CA] high school's football stadium after alumnus John Elway (DENVER POST, 6/5)....Philadelphia Attorney William Schwartz has filed a class-action lawsuit against Ogden Entertainment, concessionaire at the Vet, accusing them of "consumer fraud" (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, 6/5)....In Dallas, Holly Cain reports that the TX Motor Speedway is getting "rave reviews" for its revamped oval track after yesterday's practice/ qualifying session for this weekend's IRL-NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series doubleheader (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 6/5).