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Dave Dixon, a founder of the USFL, plans a new pro football league with fans as owners. Within the next ten days Dixon plans to announce formation of the FanOwnership Football League, with the unveili
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MLB''s labor committee met yesterday in Chicago to finalize a proposal to give the MLBPA. The meeting was attended by acting Commissioner Bud Selig, White Sox Chair Jerry Reinsdorf, among others (CHIC
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Replacement refs worked yet another night in Canada as a day-long hearing in front of the Ontario Labor Relations Board was adjourned yesterday before final arguments could be heard in the NBA Referee