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By JOHN STEADMAN | June 25, 2000
Consider it a fortunate accommodation, one of the true pleasures of life, that you have lived to actually see Tiger Woods strike a golf ball. It's an experience all unto itself. There has never been anything comparable to the length, accuracy and scoreboard results he's achieving. No need to study film clips, read dispatches from tournament sites, listen to what contemporary players, or golden heroes of the past, are saying about a young man of 24 whose ability has surpassed the intense examinations that golf offers to anyone, adult or adolescent who picks up a club and takes aim at the flagstick.
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BUSINESS
By Julius Westheimer | March 31, 1994
Waves of selling struck Wall Street again yesterday, driving the Dow Jones industrial average down 72.27 points to finish at 3,626.75, its lowest close since November. Officials imposed "computerized program trading curbs" twice during the gloomy session.With just today to go before the first quarter ends, the Dow is down 127 points, or 3.4 percent, from the beginning of the year.So, with stock and bond markets tumbling, let's turn to lighter topics, including this little quiz:TEST YOUR MEMORY: Many local firms, past and present, have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars popularizing their slogans.
NEWS
By NEAL R. PEIRCE | November 28, 1994
Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Greg O'Connell is a Brooklyn native and ex-cop who's found a way to make business thrive in Red Hook, one of New York City's toughest neighborhoods.In Civil War-era buildings set on finger piers jutting out into the harbor of Upper New York Bay, a site with stunning views of downtown Manhattan, Mr. O'Connell has created a home for 40 firms with a total of some 150 workers -- many of them ''locals'' recommended by a non-profit friend, the South Brooklyn Economic Development Corporation.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 24, 1997
Looking for the slightest edge on No. 1-ranked Catholic, Mercy found one in the slope of the Cubs' Herring Run field that rolls slightly downward toward one goal.Attacking the lower goal on a slanted field first, No. 5 Mercy played the Cubs even. But after the halftime switch, it was all up hill for the Magic.Alison Healey scored on a penalty kick five minutes into the second half to spark the Cubs to a 4-0 victory in the Catholic League A Division match.Healey's goal ignited a blistering second-half display by the Cubs attack which outshot the Magic 17-0.
FEATURES
By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Art Critic | August 6, 1992
There's an instructive exhibit at the City Hall Courtyard Galleries that says something about the losses involved in moving away from essentials.Baltimore has for some time had sister city relationships with two cities in Africa, Gbarnga in Liberia (since 1972) and Luxor in Egypt (since 1982). To mark the decades, there is a show of products from both cities, together with some explanation of the cities, their cultures, and the sister city programs.AThe products in the Luxor part consist largely of non-utilitarian objects -- jewelry, statuettes, reproductions of hieroglyphics, boxes and plates that look ornamental rather than useful.
SPORTS
By Mark Heisler and Mark Heisler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 27, 2002
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - The one, the only, the unforgettable and irreplaceable Magic Johnson is going into the Hall of Fame. Gee, no kidding. This one has been on the schedule since that night in 1980 when Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was out and Johnson jumped center in the NBA Finals, getting 42 points, 15 rebounds and seven assists against the Philadelphia 76ers and leading the Showtime Lakers to the first of five titles. He was a 20-year-old rookie. Forget the old line about waiving the five-year rule.
NEWS
By GEORGE F. WILL | May 27, 1993
Washington.--Truck scales will be needed to weigh the printed words spoken in coming weeks on campaign finance reform. Yet the only campaign law appropriate for a free society would contain just four words: ''No cash; full disclosure.''One reason ''reform'' is being pushed is to defuse the drive for term limitations for senators and congressmen. But the reform bill being debated in the Senate is fresh evidence of the need for term limits. It proves that the political class in its quest for protected incumbency would trample the Constitution.
BUSINESS
By Dinah Zeiger and Dinah Zeiger,Knight-Ridder News Service | October 6, 1991
Alice Bullwinkle has some advice for you. "Pay attention now; save money when April 15 rolls around," says the manager of personal financial counseling for the accounting firm of Ernst & -- Young in Denver.Who wants to think about taxes now? There are still about 90 days until the end of 1991. Time enough later.If you put it off, you may lose some advantages -- and some money -- when you file.Regardless of your income, anyone who files a tax return should do at least some simple planning.
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