May 17, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•An editorial in Newsday, complaining that the NHL's 21-game suspension of Washington Capital center Dale Hunter for mugging New York Islander star Pierre Turgeon was too light: "Commissioner Gary Bettman missed a...
December 07, 1992 | Edited by Richard O'Brien
On the campaign trail Bill Clinton voiced support for eliminating corporate tax deductions for salaries of more than $1 million paid to employees. It is uncertain if such a proposal will now become law, or, if so,...
November 16, 1992 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Bernie Lincicome of the Chicago Tribune: "The Heisman Trophy race could use a candidate with a bareknuckle name; Garrison Hearst and Marshall Faulk sound like necktie designers."
August 15, 1988 | Ron Fimrite
An era ended Monday night at Wrigley Field as the lights went on for the first illuminated game in the Friendly Confines
September 24, 1984 | Jerry D. Lewis
If you think Earl Weaver and Billy Martin—those Ph.D.s in the arts of kicking dust and shouting unprintable epithets—were rough on umpires, well, they were a couple of Peter Pans compared to Henry (Heinie) Zimmerman,...