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DREDGING UP A TEXAS SQUABBLE
"Nonsense," replies Bob Parker Jr., vice-president of one of the major dredging firms based in Houston. "That is just theory. Nobody knows what will happen.
Smile of champions
BEST OF THE MEN Bob Mosbacher, 31, independent oil producer of Houston ( Texas Corinthian Yacht Club), and brother to Bus Mosbacher, famed skipper of ...
River Oaks: Showcase of Tennis
Houston's lavish invitational tournament is the first big meeting of the season for amateur tennis. Topflight players love to perform at this king-size Texas show.
O.K., so Jenkins, now 39 and the coach-offensive coordinator at the University of Houston, didn't think up the run-and-shoot all by himself. But hey, Hoss, tell you ...
TEXAS HOOKS SOME RESPECT
With a Cotton Bowl bid riding on the outcome of last Saturday's game against unbeaten and untied Houston, the Longhorns confirmed the ...
A LID-LIFTER IN TEXAS
The fourth-quarter play—hereafter to be known in College Station as The Sack— squashed Houston's last real chance to score and sealed the ...
THE MAN WITH A SCAM
Houston AAU coach David Salinas befriended and then defrauded coaches and players in a phony bond scheme before committing suicide.
THE BIG ITCH THEY CALL LITTLE JOHN
... a fleet of boats including the Little John (200 feet), a collection of rare guns numbering upward of 300, a home in the snooty River Oaks section of Houston and ...
Center Of The Storm
Latrell Sprewell's Attack On Golden State Warriors Coach P.J. Carlesimo Brought Many Questions To The Fore, None More Baffling Than, Who Is Latrell Sprewell And Why Did He Resort To Violence?
Home in The Dome
The son of a laundry-truck driver, Hofheinz was also at various times Lyndon Johnson's campaign manager, the mayor of Houston, the builder of the Astrodome ...