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No Current Wait List For Michigan Football Season Tickets; Manuel Happy With Nike

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There is "no current wait list" for Univ. of Michigan football season tickets this year, according to Angelique Chengelis of the DETROIT NEWS. Associate AD/External Communications & PR Kurt Svoboda, speaking at a UM roundtable event, said, "We’re at 90,000 season tickets sol...

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Bassin Faces Adelphia Baggage

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Closing Bell, August 21, 2002

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Glendale Close To Cards Deal

The NFL Cardinals "may be taking their [$350M] football stadium to Glendale, which only last year landed the Phoenix Coyotes hockey arena and could be building a sports fan paradise in the West Valley

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Little League Ratings Are Up

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Yates Racing Gets New Flavor

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More Growth In Retro Look

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