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Hockey

October 21, 1994

Mighty Duck President Tony Tavares doesn't expect the NHL lockout to result in layoffs of team employees "for the foreseeable future" but said workers might eventually be given temporary assignments--perhaps even at Disneyland. "Some people might be cross-utilized," said Tavares, whose team is owned by the Walt Disney Co.

Miscellany

Scott Hoch rode six consecutive birdies into a two-shot lead Thursday after two rounds of the Las Vegas Invitational. Hoch shot an eight-under-par 63 for a two-day total of 129. . . . Wimbledon champion Conchita Martinez, who had her quarterfinal moved up a day in the Brighton International tournament in England to fly to her coach's wedding today in Switzerland and back, was upset, 6-1, 6-3, by Latvia's Larisa Neiland.

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