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FRANKLIN TEMPLETON CLASSIC [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
FRANKLIN TEMPLETON CLASSIC What: International Series ATP Doubles - First Round Tour event Karsten Braasch-Michael Kohlmann, Germany, def. Alex Corretja, Spain-Michel When: Through Sunday Kratochvil, Switzerland, 7-6 (6), 2-6, 10-6 tiebreak. Where: Fairmont Scottsdale Prin- Aleksandar Kitnov, Macadonia-Johan cess, 7575 E. Princess Drive Landsberg, Sweden def. James Blake, Tickets: Tournament packages United States-Thomas Blake, United range from $150-$325. Individual States, 7-6(5), 2-6, 10-6 Today’s schedule tickets are priced from $12-$60. Stadium court For tickets, call (602) 510-8800 or Robby Ginepri-Cecil Mamiit, United Ticketmaster at (480) 784-4444. States vs. Paul Hanley-Nathan Healey, Tuesday’s results Australia, 10 a.m. followed by Singles - First round Albert Portas, Spain vs. Noam Okun, Michel Kratochvil, Switzerland, def. Guill- Israel followed by ermo Canas (4), Argentina, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3. Juan Ignacio Chela, Argentina vs. Alex Fernando Vicente, Spain, def. Mariano...
Devils win with late-inning outburst [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Devils win with late-inning outburst The 15 th-ranked Arizona State baseball team scored seven late-inning runs and rode the tough relief pitching of sophomore J.J. Jackson (Chandler) en route to a 10-5 non-conference victory over New Mexico State Tuesday at Hohokam Park. Jackson (2-0), a sophomore pitched three innings of relief, striking out five without allowing a hit or a run. The win came with seven late-inning runs, featuring a four-run sixth inning. All four runs came with two outs. BASEBALL • Matt Martino hit a double, a home run and drove in four runs as visiting Mesa Community College defeated Grand Canyon University’s junior varsity team, 14-6. Bob Diliberto was 2-for-2 with two doubles and three RBIs and Derrick Lytle added two doubles for the Thunderbirds (9-3).
Angels [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
GARRET ANDERSON #16 OF Thursday, March 7 at 1:05 pm Angels vs White Sox Angels On Deck... VS PADRES - MAR 9, 1:05 PM 2001 Angels Yearbook (First 5,000 Fans) VS ATHLETICS* - MAR 10, 1:05 PM VS DIAMONDBACKS - MAR 11, 1:05 PM VS PADRES* - MAR 13, 1:05 PM VS ROCKIES - MAR 14, 1:05 PM Start Tickets at Just Get Your Tickets Now! $400 Visit the Box Office or Charge by Phone TICKET PRICES Tempe Diablo Stadium is located at 2200 West Alameda, Tempe • Box Office Hours: Field $13 480-784-4444 • 520-321-1000 Mon - Fri: 9 AM – 5 PM • Sat: 9 AM – 4 PM Grandstand Pavilion $ $10 7 ticketmaster.com For Group Information Lawn $ 4 Wherehouse Tower Records Music , , Robinsons Fry’s Marketplace -May Call (888) 796-HALO * Designates split squad game. All times are Mountain Time Zone. Game times, dates and promotions are subject to change. Ø645355
Red Sox fire Kerrigan [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Red Sox fire Kerrigan Showalter on list of possible replacements FORT MYERS, Fla. — Boston Red Sox manager Joe Kerrigan was fired Tuesday by the new team owners and replaced on an interim basis by thirdbase coach Mike Cubbage. The move was the second big shakeup since John Henry’s ownership group bought the team on Feb. 27. A day after the sale, general manager Dan Duquette was fired and replaced by interim GM Mike Port. ‘‘This kind of decision is always difficult to make,’’ Port said. ‘‘We have the utmost respect for Joe, and admire his work ethic and his achievements as a pitching coach. . . . We firmly believe that this action is in the long-term best interest of this franchise.’’ Duquette had promoted Kerrigan late last season after he fired Jimy Williams on Aug. 16. Kerrigan inquired about his status last weekend but was given no firm answer. New team president Larry Lucchino and Port had regularly declined to offer Kerrigan support. Port said there are several cand...
Fairfield Mint [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
$ ! 99 29 ONL Y 1:18 Scale – Over 111 / 2 " Long All the groundbreaking features of the original are here for you to enjoy. From the center mounted "swivel" headlight to the rear fender vents that cool the helicopter inspired flat six engine. Proudly displayed in your home or office, your replica is sure to spark memories of America’s postwar optimism! True Vision Preston Tucker was both an inventor and a visionary. His dream was to create the most advanced car of its day. So he produced a car, bristling with aircraft technology and safety features that was far ahead of its time. Though only 51 were produced, America never forgot the Tucker. Introducing the Collector’s Edition Tucker "48"! 60 Day No Risk Evaluation As always, your complete satisfaction is guaranteed. Your opportunity to catch Preston Tucker’s automotive dream is only available for a limited time from Fairfield Mint. Don’t miss your chance to own this classic piece of history. Order today! True Value – On...
Weather [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
5-Day Forecast Almanac Today Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Data is for Sky Harbor Dew Point Pollution Temperature 9 am Noon 3 pm Clean Air Hotline: 602-420-9458; High . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77° Today 12 16 19 No Burn Day: 602-506-6400 Low . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46° The high relative humidity yesterday Monoxide Carbon Ozone Particulates Normal High . . . . . . . . . 72° was 19 percent and the low was 10 East Valley 8 28 N.A. Normal Low . . . . . . . . . 49° percent. Cen. Phoenix 25 28 46 Partly sunny and Clouds and sun- A shower, then Sunny and turning Mostly sunny and Record Record Low High . . . . . . 93° 31° in in 1972 1966 Regional Cities Yesterday Scottsdale 12 35 N.A. warm. shine. clouds and sun. milder. nice. Average High for Mar. . 75.5° City Hi Lo Rain Unhealthful Good: 0-50, : 101-199, Moderate NA: : Not 51-100, Available 74-79/49-54 68-72/46-51 63-67/42-46 68-72/42-46 75-79/46-51 Average Low for Mar. . 48.8° Apache Junction .74 . .38 . .0.00 Scottsdale ...
NHL [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
STANDINGS _________________________________________ WESTERN CONFERENCE PACIFIC W L T OL Pts GF GA Home Away Div _________________________________________________________________________ San Jose 32 20 7 3 74 181 152 16-8-2-2 16-12-5-1 6-6-1-1 Los Angeles 29 21 9 3 70 166 143 13-12-5-1 16-9-4-2 6-2-4-1 Dallas 29 21 7 4 69 164 158 12-10-5-3 17-11-2-1 7-5-2-0 Phoenix 28 22 8 5 69 162 164 19-8-3-2 9-14-5-3 5-6-3-1 Anaheim 21 33 6 3 51 139 161 11-15-3-2 10-18-3-1 5-6-2-1 _________________________________________________________________________ CENTRAL W L T OL Pts GF GA Home Away Div _________________________________________________________________________ Detroit 44 11 6 2 96 197 133 25-5-3-0 19-6-3-2 8-3-1-1 Chicago 34 20 9 1 78 178 168 22-5-4-1 12-15-5-0 6-4-4-0 St. Louis 31 19 8 3 73 168 139 20-7-1-1 11-12-7-2 4-4-3-1 Nashville 25 27 10 0 60 151 160 15-9-7-0 10-18-3-0 6-5-1-0 Columbus 16 35 8 3 43 124 181 10-15-5-3 6-20-3-0 4-8-3-2 __________________________________________________...
Penguins’ Kovalev nets OT goal [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
NHL roundup Penguins’ Kovalev nets OT goal Alexei Kovalev scored his second goal of the game with 1:37 left in overtime to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 6-5 victory Tuesday night over the struggling Florida Panthers at Pittsburgh. Darius Kasparaitis kept the puck alive in the zone for Pittsburgh and Kovalev fired a shot past Roberto Luongo from 30 feet for his 25 th goal. Randy Robitaille also had two goals for the Penguins, who got one apiece from Robert Lang and Jan Hrdina while winning for the third time in four games. The Penguins, trying to stay in the Eastern Conference playoff race without injured Mario Lemieux, survived blowing a threegoal lead in the third period. Kristian Huselius, Valeri Bure, Ivan Novoseltsev, Jason Weimer and Marcus Nilson had goals for Florida, 3-16-2 in its last 21 games. RANGERS 3, WILD 2: At St. Paul, Minn., Brian Leetch scored the tying and winning goals to rally New York past Minnesota. Radek Dvorak’s short-handed goal on a pass from ...
Noteworthy [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Noteworthy Doan demoted: Without a healthy fourth center and with his top right wing struggling mightily, coach Bob Francis filled a spot while sending a message Tuesday, demoting Shane Doan to the fourth line and putting him between Andrei Nazarov and rookie Branko Radivojevic. Doan, who is also nursing an ankle injury, has just two goals in his last 22 games and only eight points total in that span before picking up an assist on Landon Wilson’s first-period goal Tuesday. After scoring 26 goals in each of the last two seasons, Doan has only 12 in 62 games this season despite more ice time and a spot on the top power-play unit. Francis also put Claude Lemieux on the Brian Savage line with Daniel Briere, and Wilson back with buddy Brad May on either side of Michal Handzus. If at first ...: With goals by Wilson and Ladislav Nagy in the first 10:58 against the Devils, the Coyotes have outscored opponents 7-0 in the first period since the Olympic break (2-0 vs. Dallas, 1-0 at Colo...
Coyotes REPORT [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Coyotes REPORT Box score __________________________________ Coyotes 4, Devils 1 NewJersey 001–1 ___________________________________________________________________ Phoenix 202–4 First Period—1, Phoenix, Wilson 5 (Doan, Suchy), 3:12. 2, Phoenix, Nagy 13 (Langkow, Johnson), 10:58. Penalties—None. Second Period—None. Penalties—Handzus, Pho (holding stick), 1:01; Savage, Pho (interference), 15:53; Vaananen, Pho (holding), 19:03. Third Period—3, New Jersey, Gomez 9 (Brylin), 5:25. 4, Phoenix, Berehowsky 2 (Wilson, Handzus), 7:53. 5, Phoenix, Johnson 3 (Langkow), 19:16 (en). Penalties—Simpson, Pho, major (fighting), 4:46; McKay, NJ, major (fighting), 4:46; May, Pho (roughing), 7:53; Wilson, Pho (roughing), 7:53; Stevens, NJ (roughing), 7:53; Holik, NJ (high-sticking), 12:49. Shots on goal—New Jersey 3-13-11—27. Phoenix 8-9-8—25. Power-play Opportunities—New Jersey 0 of 4; Phoenix 0 of 1. Goalies—New Jersey, Vanbiesbrouck 0-2-0 (24 shots-21 saves). Phoenix, Burke 23-17-6 (27-26). A—1...
Up next [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Up next Canucks at Coyotes Outlook: A five-game homestand continues Thursday at 7 p.m. against Vancouver, one of four other teams fighting with Phoenix for the final three Western Conference playoff spots. The Canucks have points in 13 of their last 14 games (9-1-2-2), but are entering a stretch where they play eight of their next nine games on the road. — Compiled by Jerry Brown
Tribune’s stars [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Tribune’s stars Sean Burke, Coyotes: 26 saves, including two beauties on Patrick Elias. Two goals or less in last five games. Look out West, Burke is back. Landon Wilson, Coyotes: Reunited with Brad May, he gets a goal and an assist — his first two points on home ice and his first multi-point game since Dec. 11 (31 games). Mike Johnson, Coyotes:One goal and one assist. It took a year, but Johnson has finally found a spot in Phoenix.
spectrum [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Pick a new hue in the spectrum 3 new color contenders want to melt in your mouth Voting starts today in a worldwide poll to pick a new color for M&M’s candies, which naturally begs this question among snack-scarfing people from Mesa to Minsk: Is "aqua" a bluish-green or a greenish-blue? Aqua, it should be noted immediately, so as not to appear partisan, faces off against two contenders — pink and purple — in a contest that continues through May 31. The election will be conducted old Chicago-style. (In other words, you can vote as many times as you desire.) Either call (877) 664-5623 or go to www.mms.com. Mail-in ballots can be obtained for about 60 cents at your nearest vending machine. Looking to make an "informed decision?" No problem. The candidates will pop into new candy packets soon, allowing voters to "see how each color might look in the mix," said Bertille Glass, a spokeswoman for Masterfoods USA, a division of Mars Inc., makers of M&M’s. A w...
Antipasti, n., plural: A variety of appetizers [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Antipasti, n., plural: A variety of appetizers Antipasti, or appetizers, are those little bites to nibble on before the meal that Italians brought with them to this country. Some of my favorite antipasti don’t even require cooking, such as "prosciutto e melone" (imported Italian prosciutto served with melon) or affettati (an assortment of sliced, cured meats). Other wonderful appetizers include grilled, pickled or fried vegetables, cured fish, cheeses, legumes, salads and crostate (savory pastries). In Italian-American restaurants of the 1970s and ’80s, antipasto meant a plate of prosciutto, salami, cheese, roasted peppers and all kinds of vegetables — artichokes, pickled mushrooms, assorted olives, anchovies and hard-boiled eggs. The chef would dress the antipasto plate with olive oil and wine vinegar. Today, the antipasto plate includes many more preparations and salads in addition to the traditional favorites. On the traditional Italian Antipasti — Clams Casino and Stuf...
CLAMS CASINO [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
CLAMS CASINO Serves 6. 36 littleneck clams 4 tablespoons finely chopped fresh Italian parsley 2 red or yellow bell peppers, roasted and peeled, cut into 1-inch squares 12 slices bacon, cut into 1-inch squares 6 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 cup dry white wine • Preheat oven to 450 degrees. • Shuck the clams, reserving the clam juice and arranging the clams on the half shell side-by-side in a 13 x 11-inch baking dish. Strain the juice through cheesecloth or a very fine sieve into the baking dish. • Sprinkle some of the parsley over the clams. Top each clam with a square of roasted pepper. Cover the pepper with two squares of bacon. Using about 3 tablespoons of the butter, dot the top of each clam with about 1 /4 teaspoon butter. Cut the remaining butter into several pieces and tuck them in and around the clams in the baking dish. Add the wine and remaining parsley to the baking dish. • Bake until the bacon is crisp and the pan juices are bubbling, about 12 minutes. • Arrange ...
Culinary Q&A [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Culinary Q&A Q: Someone gave me a recipe that calls for tomatillos. What are they? A: Tomatillo means "little tomato" in Spanish. This small, round vegetable-fruit looks like a clear-skinned cherry tomato, but tomatillos are enclosed in papery brown husks and almost always used green. Their tart, lemony taste is one of the special flavors normally found in salsa verde and other Mexican dishes. Select hard or very firm tomatillos with clean, dry husks. You can refrigerate them in a paper bag for three weeks. Husk, wash and stem before using. Canned tomatillos are often available and can be used in place of fresh ones.
Liquid Assets [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
Liquid Assets Makes 2 cocktails. Cinnamon and sugar for rimming glass 5 tablespoons vodka 5 tablespoons sour-apple schnapps 5 tablespoons lemonade 5 tablespoons lemon-lime soda (such as 7 UP or Sprite) • In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine vodka, schnapps, lemonade and lemon-lime soda. Cover and shake vigorously. • Dip rim of martini glasses in a shallow dish with 1 /4 inch water, then in a shallow dish with 1 /4 inch of equal parts sugar and cinnamon mixture. • Strain shaken mixture into prepared glasses and serve.
A la Carte [Newspaper Article] — East Valley Tribune — 6 March 2002
A la Carte Peanut power: March is National Peanut Month, and the National Peanut Board has devised some nutty ways to celebrate. Among them: Make a "Nana Dog" — replace a hot dog with a banana in a bun, and use peanut butter instead of ketchup. Make Ants on a Log (celery with peanut butter, topped with raisins). Submerge it in a mug of hot cocoa instead of a marshmallow. And our favorite: "Look 20 years younger . . . using your index finger as a spoon, take a dip right into the jar and then straight to your mouth."