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September 19, 1991

PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ Jack Buck, the St. Louis Cardinals’ play-by-play radio announcer, remained hospitalized after complaining of weakness and pain in his lower back.

Buck, who also works for CBS on its network telecasts, left the broadcast booth during the Cardinals’ game against the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night and was taken to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He was in fair but stable condition Wednesday, hospital spokeswoman Kellyann McDonnell said.

McDonnell said physicians reported he had some internal bleeding, possibly caused by aspirin he had taken for the pain in his lower back.


SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Robert Reichel scored three goals as the Calgary Flames defeated Team USA 7-3 in an exhibition hockey game.

Wednesday night’s game was the final sporting event in the Salt Palace. The Salt Lake Golden Eagles, the Flames’ International Hockey League farm club, and the NBA’s Utah Jazz will play in the new Delta Center this season.

Paul Ranheim, Todd Harkins, Tim Sweeney and Paul Kruse added goals for the Flames. Grant Bischoff, Ted Donato and C.J. Young scored for Team USA, which drops to 4-6-1 in pre-Olympic competition.


MILAN, Italy (AP) - Former NBA star Adrian Dantley has signed with Breeze Arese of the Italian League.

Club officials said Wednesday that the 35-year-old forward will play in Sunday’s opener against Sidis Reggio Emilia.

Dantley, who averaged 5.7 points in 10 games with Milwaukee last season, has a career average of 24.3 points in 15 NBA seasons. He also played for Buffalo, Indiana, the Los Angeles Lakers, Utah, Detroit and Dallas.

Terms of the contract were not made public, but club sources indicated that Dantley would make $340,000 this season.

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