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117: The combined number of penalty minutes the last time the Arizona Sundogs (6 8 3) and Laredo Bucks (5 9 0) squared off, a 6 3 Laredo win on Nov. 9. The two rivals meet again on Wednesday night in Laredo with the Bucks winners of back to back games and the Sundogs winning three of their last four contests.

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It escalated pretty quickly but was diffused even quicker, the ban on former Knicks player Charles Oakley at Madison Square Garden. MSG chairman James Dolan banned Oakley last week just two days after the former power forward had an altercation with security guards at a game. Both sides seemingly reconciled after a meeting Monday in New York with NBA commissioner Adam Silver and Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, an Oakley teammate in Chicago.

The male jogger took the witness stand at the start of the trial, saying he was attacked and sexually assaulted on West Mississippi Avenue near Normal Park School. It happened in the early morning of Sept. 29, 2014. Leeds Luncheon Club was founded on 12 February 1913 at the initiative of Sir Michael Sadler, then the Vice Chancellor of the University of Leeds, and Mr Walter Parsons, a prominent citizen of Leeds. The aim of the Club was to provide for men engaged in the business life of the city, and in its literary, scientific, commercial, social, and religious activities, opportunities for personal intercourse and for the discussion of matters of common interest, in a way probably not then accomplished in any other English town. At the Foundation Meeting of the Club, held in the University, it was decided that opinions on theological and political questions should not affect eligibility for membership; and that, in the choice of subjects suggested to or proposed by invited guest speakers of the Club, topics on which strong differences of opinion might exist among the members should not be excluded.