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November 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
An Army private was sentenced to 75 years in prison Saturday night for the robbery during which American League umpire Steve Palermo was shot and partially paralyzed. Pvt. Kevin Bivins, 22, was sentenced for the robbery and shooting last July near a Dallas restaurant. "What you did son was terrible," State District Judge John Creuzot told Bivins during sentencing. "You need to realize things like this shake up this whole county. People just don't feel safe when they go out to eat late at night."
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SPORTS
November 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
An Army private was sentenced to 75 years in prison Saturday night for the robbery during which American League umpire Steve Palermo was shot and partially paralyzed. Pvt. Kevin Bivins, 22, was sentenced for the robbery and shooting last July near a Dallas restaurant. "What you did son was terrible," State District Judge John Creuzot told Bivins during sentencing. "You need to realize things like this shake up this whole county. People just don't feel safe when they go out to eat late at night."
SPORTS
July 17, 1991 | Associated Press
A spinal cord specialist said prospects appear good for the recovery of American League umpire Steve Palermo, shot earlier this month while aiding two robbery victims. Palermo underwent tests at the Dallas Rehabilitation Institute, where he was transferred from Parkland Memorial Hospital.
SPORTS
July 12, 1991 | Associated Press
American League umpire Steve Palermo, recovering from a gunshot wound in the back suffered while helping two robbery victims, is experiencing "some degree of leg immobility," his doctor said Thursday. Palermo was operated on Sunday, and the AL office said earlier in the week there was no indication he was suffering any paralysis.
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July 8, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Major league umpire Steve Palermo and former NFL defensive lineman Terence Mann were shot early Sunday while trying to help two waitresses being robbed in a restaurant parking lot. Palermo, an American League umpire since 1977, was in serious condition after surgery, said Parkland Memorial Hospital spokeswoman Esther Bauer. He was shot once in the back, she said. His wounds were not considered life-threatening, AL spokeswoman Phyllis Merhige said.
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August 28, 1991 | From Associated Press
American League umpire Steve Palermo, who was shot in the back last month while chasing four robbery suspects, said Tuesday he is neither angry at his assailants nor sorry he got in their way. "I think my wife's got the anger. I don't have the anger," Palermo said at a news conference at the Dallas Rehabilitation Institute in his first public remarks since the shooting July 7. "Those guys were in the wrong place at the wrong time," Palermo insisted, his voice cracking. "We weren't. They were."
NEWS
April 13, 1992 | JACK SMITH
According to the calendar makers, the first day of spring is March 20; but in the American culture the first day of spring is opening day of baseball. That is when the nation throws off its winter Angst and returns to its love affair with what David Halberstam calls "the perfect game." My wife and I went to opening day at Dodger Stadium a week ago with our older son and his two sons.
SPORTS
April 29, 1987
ROUND 1 1. Tampa Bay, Vinny Testaverde (Miami, Fla.), qb; 2. Indianapolis, Cornelius Bennett (Alabama), lb; 3. Houston, from Buffalo, Alonzo Highsmith (Miami, Fla.), rb; 4. Green Bay, Brent Fullwood (Auburn), rb; 5. Cleveland, from San Diego, Mike Junkin (Duke), lb; 6. St. Louis, Kelly Stouffer (Colorado St.), qb; 7. Detroit, Reggie Rogers (Washington), de; 8. Buffalo, from Houston, Shane Conlan (Penn St.), lb; 9. Philadelphia, Jerome Brown (Miami, Fla.), dt; 10.
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