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ACOG officials report that after three days, ticket requests are nearly double what they expected for the entire first week. ACOG has received 34,000 completed order forms. ACOG Managing Dir for Games
Hakeem Olajuwon''s new deal with Spaulding is analyzed in the current issue of INSIDE SPORTS. Olajuwon could have signed a lucrative deal with high-profile companies Reebok and Nike, but "opted to hel
The NBA will officially renew negotiations with its union today in New York. Players and owners are hoping to have an agreement "by the end of the playoffs," according to USA TODAY. Negotiations stall
"We''re going to be the next Regina. We''re nowhere now without the Jets. ... The Jets made Winnipeg big-time." -- A disaffected 22-year-old Jets fan (WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, 5/4).
The Rams will award their radio rights to KSD-AM in St. Louis, according to this morning''s ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. It will mark the first time that St. Louis "sports powerhouse" KMOX will not be the
HBO Chair MICHAEL FUCHS has been named Chair of Warner Brothers Music Group. He will remain actively involved at HBO (Mult., 5/4)....DONALD CAMPBELL will manage the new Atlanta office of Fantastic Spo
PacifiCorp CEO Frederick Buckman was introduced Tuesday as President of World Masters Games 1998 Inc., a new non-profit company organizing the games, which will be held in Portland, OR. In return for
TCI and William Randolph Hearst III will join together to launch an on-line computer service via TV cable. The company to be unveiled tomorrow will be called at Home, and will have "ambitious plans" t
The Hillsborough County Commission voted 4-3 in favor of a plan to guarantee attendance at Bucs home games for the next two years, according to today''s ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. The deal still "hinges on
Toyota and the Gator Bowl Association have announced that the auto maker will be the New Years Day Bowl''s new title sponsor. The one-year deal carries with it three one-year options, and NBC will bro