Top dog keeps on winning
Cayman Went won his 15th straight race, his 10th this season, in the second round of qualifying for the $85,000 Sprint Classic at Derby Lane. Cayman Went, a fawn brindle male whose streak has included races at Tampa Greyhound and Derby Lane, also recorded the fastest time of the four rounds, winning in 30.24 in Wednesday night's sixth race. Qualifying for the Classic continues Saturday and Wednesday, with the final Feb. 7. Cayman Went's sister Party Punch won her heat in the fourth race and also advanced to the third round of qualifying, as did Bahama Mama kennel mate Festive Event.
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QUESTION OF THE DAY
Who won the most NBA regular-season MVP awards?
"It's up there with Billy "White Shoes' Johnson. You know why it is such great nickname? Because it defined his game."
_ DEION SANDERS
nicknamed Prime Time, on Elroy Hirsch's nickname Crazy Legs
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SENIOR GOLF: Fuzzy Zoeller, Ben Crenshaw and Gary McCord are among the new commitments for the Champion Tour's Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am at TPC of Tampa Bay on Feb. 20-22. Also playing will be Hale Irwin, Craig Stadler and Tom Kite.
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with six. Bill Russell and Michael Jordan had five each.
+ Max McGee scored the first points in Super Bowl history. An item in Wednesday's Sports section listed another player.
+ Lauren Bush is President Bush's niece. Laura, his wife's name, was used in a column Wednesday.