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NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published August 7, 1998
The producers for Fox's "ALLY MCBEAL" were in Boston yesterday, shooting some scenes at Fenway Park. None of the show's stars attended, and neither did the Red Sox, who are in Texas on a road trip (BOSTON HERALD, 8/6)....ROLLING STONE's "Hot List" names MLB Cardinals draft pick J.D. DREW as its "Hot Bonus Baby." ESPN's STUART SCOTT, whom the mag says "fits perfectly into this, the hip-hop era of sports," is named "Hot Sportscaster," and the TIMBERWOLVES are tabbed as the "Hot NBA Team," with ROLLING STONE citing their "youth, good uniforms and great TV commercials (can't get enough of those Fun Police)" (ROLLING STONE, 8/20)....The master of science in sports administration at CANISUS COLLEGE received full accreditation from the NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SPORT MANAGEMENT, making it the only school in NY State to be recognized by the organization, and one of only 12 schools in the world to offer master's level sport management/ administrations programs (Canisus College).