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October 29, 1994|From Staff and Wire Reports

The Angels have decided not to renew Billy Sample's contract as commentator on radio broadcasts and will replace him with Mario Impemba, director of broadcasting for the triple-A Tucson Toros.

Impemba, 32, graduated from Michigan State in 1985 and has broadcast minor league baseball the last eight years.

He will be teamed with play-by-play announcer Bob Starr.


Jack Kiefer, winner of last week's Senior PGA Tour event, and Jerry McGee both had 66s.

About 40 football players at Wilmington College in Ohio were suspended by the coach for violating the college's policy on use of alcohol.

Today's game at Bluffton had to be called off because only 14 players were left. The status of the final two games was not determined.

IAAF President Primo Nebiolo announced plans in Monte Carlo for an effort by the sport's international governing body to revitalize track and field in the United States.

With top tickets priced at $50 per night, only 54 spectators were in the stands Thursday in Pittsburgh's 17,323-seat Civic Arena when the compulsory dance competition at Skate America International started at 6 p.m.

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