Quote of the Day

v align="center">“Anaheim and Ottawa just doesn’t work for us.”— N.Y. Post Sports Editor Greg Gallo, on the newspaper choosing not to send a writer to the Stanley Cup Finals(Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, 5/25).
Friday May 25, 2007 Vol. 13 — No. 169 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Indy 500, Coca-Cola 600 Put Weekend Focus On Motorsports

    Like every year at this time, the Indy 500 and Cola-Cola 600 put motorsports front-and-center over the holiday weekend. The disparity between the haves and have-nots is as apparent as always at the Brickyard, where Lenovo will use its sponsorship of Alex Barron’s Indy 500 entry to tout its NBA partnership. Plus, Brian France once again tops an annual survey of NASCAR’s most powerful people, and two Midwestern congressmen ask NASCAR to follow the IRL’s lead and switch to ethanol.

  • Trade Deadline
    Upper Deck makes higher, unsolicited offer to purchase rival Topps.

    Get A Handle On It
    James Blake, Prince part ways after inability to find compatible racket.

    Blackberry Pearl
    Sponsors rally local businesses to try to keep new owner from moving Predators.

    Right On Target
    FSN North adds five more games in multi-year extension of T’Wolves TV rights.

    Getting Into College
    Cowboys’ new stadium adds Big 12 football championship to roster of events.

    Give An Inch ...
    NHL takes measures to combat lack of newspaper interest in Stanley Cup Finals.

    Fighting Chance
    Mainstream media flock to UFC ahead of weekend title bout.

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