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The ’14-15 college bowl season kicks off tomorrow with five games. Financial documents filed this summer by New Orleans Bowl Inc. indicated that last year's R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl generated $3.77M in revenue, with 58% of that via ticket sales. Last year's game drew its third straigh...

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06/17/96
OTHER MLB NEWS & NOTES

ESPN reported Albert Belle''s five-game suspension is expected to be reduced to three-games when AL President Gene Budig makes a final ruling early this week ("Baseball Tonight," 6/14). CNN''s Tim Kur

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06/17/96
THE NEW-LOOK REDS: ALLEN WANTS TO PROVE HE'S THE MAN

As Reds Owner Marge Schott made her first appearance at Riverfront Stadium Sunday since relinquishing day-to-day control of club, immediate changes imposed by interim CEO John Allen were noticeable. B

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06/17/96
LEAGUE NOTES

The Bulls'' championship, coupled with the best record in the NBA, puts their end-of-season bonus at $2,045,750, which will be divided. The Sonics, with the second-best league record, receive $1,415,7

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06/14/96
COLEMAN EYES SCHOTT REPLACEMENT AS ALLEN TAKES INTERIM HELM

NL President Leonard Coleman said he plans to meet with Reds Owner Marge Schott early next week to begin selecting a managing executive to run the team, according to Hal Bodley of USA TODAY. Coleman a

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06/14/96
BELLE'S APPEAL GOES INTO EXTRA INNINGS

Indians OF Albert Belle''s appeal hearing in New York will not be completed until today because after 5 1/2 hours of testimony and presenting evidence, the defense had not rested its case, according t

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06/14/96
LEAGUE NOTES

Sonics Player Rep Frank Brickowski took a shot at agents David Falk and Jeffrey Kessler when he called the possibility of an NBA lockout on July 1 "discouraging." Brickowski: "Falk and Kessler have th

Tags: AEG, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Los Angeles Galaxy, MLS, NBA

06/13/96
STERN GOES ONE-ONE-ONE WITH INSIDE MEDIA

NBA Commissioner David Stern is interviewed in an extensive piece in INSIDE MEDIA. IM''s Brockinton & Reynolds note that during Stern''s tenure, the NBA "had added six franchises, quadrupled its reven

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06/13/96
BUDIG TO HEAR BELLE APPEAL, AS VINA CITES MLBPA INTIMIDATION

AL President Gene Budig will hear the appeal of Indians OF Albert Belle and others suspended for incidents on a May 31 game between the Brewers and Indians. N.Y. DAILY NEWS columnist Mike Lupica exami

Tags: Cleveland Indians, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Milwaukee Brewers

06/13/96
MARGE SCHOTT IN EXILE: REDS OWNER ACCEPTS HER FATE

MLB announced yesterday that Reds President & CEO Marge Schott has agreed to relinquish day-to-day operation of the team through the ''98 season. Schott will turn over the team to Reds Controller John

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06/13/96
LEAGUE NOTES

The USGA announced the 2001 U.S. Open will be held at Southern Hills in Tulsa, OK. The move is considered a "surprise," according to ESPN''s Jimmy Roberts, because many felt courses in Philadelphia an

Tags: ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL, USGA, Walt Disney

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