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January 11, 2006
"Now comes the tearing-down process. Between now and April, there will be nothing but negative overkill in the evaluation department." Randy Galloway Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist, on what's ahead for Texas quarterback Vince Young
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January 11, 2006
"Now comes the tearing-down process. Between now and April, there will be nothing but negative overkill in the evaluation department." Randy Galloway Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist, on what's ahead for Texas quarterback Vince Young
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May 3, 2011
Laura Vozzella joined The Sun in 2000 after working as a reporter for The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Hartford Courant and The Associated Press in Boston. While at The Sun, she has written stories and columns on a wide range of topics, including Mayor Sheila Dixon's ill-gotten mink and the theft of towels from Columbia Association gyms. She currently writes about food and does a weekly column on Maryland politics and other local oddities.
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November 30, 2010
TCU is leaving the Mountain West Conference to join the Big East, effective July 1, 2012. "This decision is great for TCU," athletic director Chris Del Conte said Monday. "This is a great time to be a Frog. Today, we're going to the Big East. " While TCU will become a Big East member in all sports, the move will be extremely beneficial to both the school and conference in football. •Alabama has fired an employee who played songs aimed at Auburn quarterback Cam Newton before the Iron Bowl, including "Take the Money and Run" and "Son of a Preacher Man. " •Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon said he refuses to let speculation about Rich Rodriguez's future change his timetable to evaluate him. Rodriguez helped the Wolverines qualify for a bowl for the first time in his three seasons.
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September 20, 1999
Leo Valiani, 90, an opponent of fascism who helped lead the resistance movement in Italy during World War II, died of cancer Saturday in Rome. An early opponent of dictator Benito Mussolini, Valiani spent five years in prison for anti-fascist activities during the 1920s and 1930s. He later took refuge in Mexico, returning in 1943 during World War II when he took over the resistance movement in northern Italy. In 1980, he was named a senator-for-life by then-President Sandro Pertini, a fellow member of the resistance.
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April 14, 1992
"As right wing Dallas billionaires go, H. Ross Perot is the very best we have." So says Fort Worth Star Telegram columnist Molly Ivins. She says she once mistakenly wrote that he makes a million dollars a year. In fact he makes a million dollars a day, and he called her with the correction -- collect.* * *EARLY TO BED, early to rise makes you healthy, wealthy and wise -- but you miss David Letterman's Top Ten feature. Here is a recent one:Top ten other shocking revelations about Bill Clinton:10.
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By THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS | July 26, 2003
The estranged wife of former Baylor basketball player Carlton Dotson said yesterday that coaches knew about his increasing mental troubles because they arranged for him to see a therapist this spring. And she said her mother told his coaches that he was "delusional" and needed help. Melissa Kethley, who had separated from Dotson in April, also said in an interview that she witnessed Dotson and other Baylor basketball players faking drug tests and Dotson told her he often got cash from his assistant coaches.
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By Pat Truly | February 24, 1995
THIS PAST Sunday the Opinions section of my newspaper, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, featured a "positive-negative" discussion of affirmative action, which is fast becoming the subject du jour for high-minded writers. On one side was a William Raspberry column, on the other a Thomas Sowell column.It was interesting, but a little bit of a cop-out (surely unintentional), to let opinions from two black writers carry this argument.The truth is that affirmative action as a political and philosophical issue is destined to be mostly a black-vs.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | April 26, 2003
Former Orioles manager Johnny Oates, who has been battling a virulent form of brain cancer since October 2001, said he has begun oral chemotherapy to battle two new tumors that were detected in a recent examination at Johns Hopkins. The cancer, known as glioblastoma multiforme, is not curable, but Oates underwent surgery to remove a large tumor in November 2001 and has exceeded the survival expectancy for the disease. He said doctors say the new tumors cannot be removed by surgery but are hopeful that the oral medication will inhibit the growth of the new tumors.
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