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SPORTS
March 28, 1997 | By Phil Sheridan, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Eagles running back Charlie Garner has filed a libel suit against the Philadelphia Daily News. Garner's suit contends that the newspaper committed libel in a July 18, 1995, report that said Garner had tested positive for marijuana, violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy. Garner did not test positive for any illegal substances, the NFL said in a statement issued after the Daily News report. "Just days after the article was published, the Daily News stated that its report was erroneous, and the newspaper apologized to Garner," said Katherine Hatton, general counsel for Philadelphia Newspapers Inc., which publishes The Inquirer and the Daily News.
NEWS
August 29, 2013 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
POLITICIANS are used to making headlines. But the one in yesterday's New York Daily News referring to Chris Christie as "fatso" was over the top. It was a retaliatory strike that came after the New Jersey governor called Manish Mehta - the paper's Jets beat writer - an "idiot. " In type as bold as the governor, the headline screamed: "Who you calling an idiot, fatso!" Christie talked trash about Mehta while appearing on WFAN's Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton sports radio show in New York on Monday.
NEWS
September 2, 2013
It's hard to imagine a president of the United States publicly denouncing someone as a "dope" and an "idiot. " Sure, President Obama called rapper Kanye West a "jackass" during a bit of off-camera banter, but he didn't intend it for public consumption. And George W. Bush used a more vulgar term to describe a New York Times reporter, deeming him a "major-league" one at that. But his insult also was revealed unexpectedly by a hot mic (as was Vice President Dick Cheney's famous rejoinder, "Big time")
SPORTS
February 26, 1996 | by Dick Jerardi, Daily News Sports Writer
The great Villanova telephone credit-card number fiasco is starting to take on a life of its own. The school had hoped to manage the news. But once news leaked out Thursday evening, there have been as many questions as answers. What is known is that senior Kerry Kittles, one of the best players in school history, was suspended for three games by the NCAA for the "unauthorized use of a telephone credit-card number. " What is also known is Villanova reported the violation to the NCAA after learning of it late on the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 19. What is not known is how Kittles got the card or card number.
SPORTS
December 31, 1993 | by Bill Fleischman, Daily News Sports Writer
Wrapping up another year in tube sports . . . BIGGEST STORY OF THE YEAR: 1. The Fox Network outbidding CBS for the NFC games. 2. Launching of ESPN2. JOURNALISTS? NOT US: The day after the Fox network outbid CBS for the NFC games, NBC didn't mention the biggest deal in sports television history on "The NFL Live. " Braacck. BEST HUSTLE: NBC Sports president Dick Ebersol getting in his network's bid to keep AFC games ahead of CBS, after it knew it would lose the NFC to Fox. BEST NFL ANALYST: 1. John Madden (CBS)
NEWS
August 15, 2007 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
HO. HO. HO. Don Imus is returning to radio. Which radio remains to be heard. The 67-year-old salsa-selling I-Man and CBS Radio "have mutually agreed to settle claims that each had against the other regarding the Imus radio program on CBS," CBS and Imus' attorney Martin Garbus said in a joint statement yesterday. The terms of the settlement will not be disclosed, according to the statement, but the settlement preempts Imus's threatened $120 million breach-of-contract lawsuit and prohibits the parties from saying nasty stuff about each other.
NEWS
February 3, 2005 | By Jane Eisner
Mine Ener was a respected professor at Villanova University until a ferocious bout of postpartum psychosis led her in 2003 to kill her infant daughter, who was born with Down syndrome, and, later, herself. Grappling with how to memorialize Ener, the university this week decided to remove a recently hung plaque from a library study area and, instead, host a symposium to educate the public on the mental illness that led to these tragic deaths. I hope the U.S. Congress will be invited.
SPORTS
March 5, 1997 | By Tim Panaccio, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Flyers will get their first peek at the revitalized New Jersey Devils and center Doug Gilmour tonight at the CoreStates Center. Eric Lindros figures to be watching from the press box. Lindros cut short his practice yesterday after a charley horse in his left leg tightened on him. Barring significant improvement this morning, he'll have to wait until the teams meet again, on March 25 at the Meadowlands, to play against Gilmour. "It's real tight; I couldn't even keep up with Clarkie," Lindros said, referring to general manager Bob Clarke, who joined yesterday's practice.
NEWS
March 28, 1995 | by Harriet Lessy, Daily News Staff Writer The Washington Post and New York Daily News contributed to this report
Sportsmeister Howard Eskin doesn't suffer fools lightly. Never did . . . never will. Eskin says that on Thursday, there were more than the usual callers to his WIP all-sports early evening slot who didn't have a clue. So, in typical Eskinesque fashion, he let them know what he thought of their stupidity. As one listener reports, Eskin said, on air, that he wasn't paid enough to put up with idiot callers, or words to that effect. Then he got the call of calls - from station manager Tom Bigby - that would drive up the blood pressure of most on-air mouthpieces.
SPORTS
January 8, 1999 | By Marcia C. Smith, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With fingers crossed and lips willing, men and women in business suits and Denver Broncos jerseys stood in line yesterday afternoon outside Park Meadows Mall waiting to pucker up and kiss a white horse. Some kissed Sally - a look-alike of Thunder, the purebred Arabian stallion who has been the Broncos' mascot for the last five seasons - between the eyes. One smooched her on the neck, another right on the lips and got licked. One woman almost lost a nostril by trying to feed Sally a carrot mouth to mouth.
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