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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 20 / 14

The Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin, which wrapped up yesterday, had six swimming pools on the course, marking the "first public swimming pools to be featured on the PGA Tour" ( LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL, 10/20 ). Under the header, " Swimming Pools, Girls In Bikinis Latest...

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OSCEOLA RESPONDS TO HILLSBOROUGH THREAT

Reacting to Hillsborough County Chair Jim Norman''s threat to file a $500M interference lawsuit against Osceola County if the latter negotiates to bring the Bucs to Central FL, Osceola County Commissi

Tags: Facilities, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

02/16/96
FLORIDA COUNTIES SQUARE OFF IN BATTLE FOR THE BUCS

Hillsborough County, FL, officials have told neighboring Osceola County to "back off" in their attempt to woo the Bucs, or else face a $500M lawsuit. The threat follows Osceola''s offer Wednesday of a

Tags: Facilities, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

02/16/96
NEW OPTION FOR NORTHERN VIRGINIA STADIUM SITE

Stafford County, VA, a rural community 40 miles south of Washington, DC and 55 miles north of Richmond, has entered the hunt to become the site of a Northern VA MLB franchise. The Virginia Baseball St

Tags: Facilities, MLB

02/16/96
GIANTS BALLPARK MAINTAINS OVERALL SUPPORT IN FACE OF DOUBTS

A poll conducted over the weekend on the S.F. Giants'' proposal to build a privately financed ballpark in the city''s China Basin area showed that while the referendum would pass by a 2-to-1 if a vote

Tags: Facilities, San Francisco 49ers

02/16/96
STADIUM NOTES

In an "escalation of antagonism" over the Bears'' stadium, a bill offered by state Sen. Doris Karpiel would strip Chicago Mayor Richard Daley of his control over the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition A

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago Bears, Colorado Rockies, Edmonton Oilers, Facilities, MLB

02/16/96
GROUPS BID ON OAKLAND COLISEUM FACE-LIFT

Plans to reconstruct the Oakland-Alameda Coliseum are "moving ahead quickly," as the Coliseum Board announced three construction/architecture firms will compete for the project to rebuild the Warriors

Tags: Facilities, Golden State Warriors

02/16/96
MARYLAND STADIUM ROUND-UP: PRO-STADIUM "MOOD SWING"?

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Tags: Facilities, Washington Redskins

02/15/96
BUCS MAKING THE ROUNDS

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02/15/96
SAN FRANCISCO TURNS ATTENTION TO 49ERS

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02/15/96
DOME COULD DELAY NEW BROWNS

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