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07/14/97
SHOE NOTES: SNEAKER WARS HEAT UP ON THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL

In his column titled "Athletes Are The Victims In These Sneaker Wars," Robert Lipsyte in Sunday''s N.Y. TIMES examined the relationship between adidas, high school and college coaches and prep players

Tags: Nike, Washington Nationals

07/14/97
THESE WIZARDS HOPE NEW DUDS FEATURE THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

The Wizards debuted their new uniforms on Friday, featuring a color scheme of blue, black and bronze, according to J.A. Adande of the WASHINGTON POST. The home uniforms are white with a blue stripe do

Tags: Franchises, Nike

07/11/97
OLYMPIC STADIUM GETTING A NEW TOUPEE? TEFLON ROOF APPROVED

The province of Quebec approved a C$37M fixed Teflon roof yesterday for Olympic Stadium, according to Patricia Brooks of the Montreal GAZETTE. The new 22,000-square-foot roof will replace "the tattere

Tags: Facilities

07/11/97
QUESTIONS CONTINUE TO SURROUND NAGANO AS OLYMPICS NEAR

While Nagano won the bid to host the ''98 Olympics "partly by promising to shower the event with cash and to pay the way of every athlete ... much of that promised windfall has since vanished, and the

Tags: Olympics

07/11/97
PREMIER TO ASSIST NEW ARENA? IHL TEAM CLOSER TO AIR CANADA

Ontario Premier Mike Harris said that the provincial government "is ready to do what it can" to get the Maple Leafs and Raptors into a new arena at Union Station, according to Girard & Maloney of the

Tags: Facilities, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, NHL, Toronto Raptors

07/11/97
JUDGE GRANTS INJUNCTION AGAINST HUNT IN NHL DISPUTE

In Columbus, Common Pleas Judge John Bessey granted an injunction against Lamar Hunt, "who is fighting local investors over control" of the city''s NHL expansion franchise, according to Bruce Cadwalla

Tags: Franchises, Nationwide Insurance, NHL

07/11/97
WNBA NEWS & NOTES: WNBA'S LONG-TERM VIABILITY STILL UNKNOWN

Through nearly one-fourth of the season, the WNBA is averaging approximately 9,500 -- "far more than the 4,000 the league had anticipated," according to Jim Utter of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. But WNBA C

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, HBO, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Time Warner, WNBA

07/11/97
HURRICANES YET TO CATCH CAROLINA'S EYE: TICKET SALES SLOW

The NHL Carolina Hurricanes have sold "only" 3,000 season tickets three months before the season, and ticket directors for other NHL teams "say they would be worried," according to Steve Politi in the

Tags: Carolina Hurricanes, Dallas Stars, Franchises, Gale Force Holdings, IBM, NHL, Southwest Sports Group

07/11/97
DALLAS REPORT QUESTIONS LONGEVITY OF MLB GAME OF THE WEEK

In Dallas, Barry Horn writes this morning, "Imagine life without a baseball Game of the Week on network television. ... The numbers say that more than 97 out of every 100 are ignoring the Saturday aft

Tags: ABC, Chicago White Sox, Indiana Fever, MLB, News Corp./Fox, Oakland Athletics, Media, Toronto Blue Jays, Walt Disney

07/11/97
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

Clarion Marketing and Communications announced the following promotions/hires: Clarion PerformanceProperties promoted BUTCH QUICK to VP/Senior Art Dir; RONNIE TUCKER to VP/Management Supervisor; TIM S

Tags: Golden State Warriors, People and Pop Culture

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