St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Articles from January 24, 1995

49ers' Rice Throws a Bomb: He Might Retire after Game
The official Super Bowl media day doesn't even take place until this morning, but already the working press has its first non-story of the week to chew on.At a regularly scheduled news conference Monday at San Francisco's team hotel, wide receiver Jerry...
$5.5 Million Bond Issue Part of Ballot Effort for April 4
Francis Howell School District voters will be asked April 4 to approve a $5.5 million bond issue for a fourth middle school and forgo a rollback of the property tax rate.This will be the first time that the district has asked voters to waive the tax...
'94 Tree of Lights Still Dim Deadline Looms; $300,000 Needed
With a week to go, the Salvation Army's Tree of Lights campaign for the area's needy is nearly $300,000 short of its $3.8 million goal, officials said Monday.Campaign chairman William P. Stiritz warned that cuts in many of the Salvation Army's social...
Abortion Opponents March Peacefully
More than 800 people from Missouri and Southern Illinois joined thousands of abortion opponents Monday for a march from the White House to the Supreme Court to mark the 22nd anniversary of the high court decision legalizing abortion.The peaceful march...
Agassi Blows Away Rafter, Fans
Not since John McEnroe was thrown out five years ago had the laid-back, no-worries, Mate, Australian Open rocked like this.There were 30,000 feet stomping, 15,000 voices screaming, and two players turning the joint into a raucous rage.A national frenzy...
Alcoholic Wife Causes Dilemma for Husband
Dear Ann Landers: I am 45 and have been married for over 20 years. I have two sons, ages 12 and 13. Like many fathers, I truly believe my sons are the best kids in the world, and I would sacrifice anything for them.The problem is my wife. For the past...
A Parsimonious Plan to Cut Aid for Arts and Public Broadcasting
Let us concede that the chronic sin of Democratic rule in recent years has been to confuse government with Santa Claus, the bountiful gent who gives us what we want when we want it. And dearly have the Democrats paid, both in lost congressional seats...
Back Home: Macinnis Returns to Calgary
When the Blues play the Calgary Flames tonight, defenseman Al MacInnis is going to see something he never thought he would see.Himself at the Saddledome in another team's sweater."It's not just another game that's important because of the short season,"...
Balancing Act Highlights League Race
While it remains to be seen how it will translate nationally, there is no doubt that the Big Eight Conference is immersed in what figures to be one of its most balanced, topsy-turvy and unpredictable races.Each conference team has 10 victories or more,...
Balancing Act Means Unpredictable Race
While it remains to be seen how it will translate nationally, there is no doubt that the Big Eight Conference is immersed in what figures to be one of its most balanced, topsy-turvy and unpredictable races.Each conference team has 10 victories or more,...
Blue Notes of Caution in Trek to 48-0
It's taken exactly two games for the Blues to turn most of their question marks into exclamation points.Their rapport with new coach Mike Keenan, his rapport with them, Brett Hull's rapport with everyone, the overnight welding of a dozen strangers onto...
Boatmen's to Expand Small-Firm Service Bigger Office at West End of Shopping Center to Boost Offerings
Boatmen's Bank plans to expand services to small businesses by putting in a bigger office in the St. Charles Center on South Fifth Street.The Boatmen's office at the west end of the shopping center, formerly known as the Mark Twain Mall, will close when...
Boone Center to Consolidate Programs Sheltered Workshop Planning New Building
Boone Center Sheltered Workshop will consolidate its programs in a new building in the Interstate 70 Trade Center in St. Peters.The agency has bought six acres in the development and broke ground two weeks ago on a 65,000-square-foot workshop. The building...
Briefs
MISSOURI BAYLESS SCHOOLS James Sucharski Named Superintendent</P><P>James W. Sucharski has been appointed superintendent of the Bayless School District.</P><P>Sucharski will succeed Allan E. Ellis, who will retire at the ...
Briefs
MISSOURI BAYLESS SCHOOLS James Sucharski Named Superintendent</P><P>James W. Sucharski has been appointed superintendent of the Bayless School District.</P><P>Sucharski will succeed Allan E. Ellis, who will retire at the ...
Briefs
ILLINOIS TRAFFIC FATALITY Edwardsville Man Killed On Interstate</P><P>A driver from Edwardsville was killed during rush hour Monday morning when his car skidded out of control on Interstate 55-70 just north of Collinsville and crossed...
Briefs Nation/world
NATION WASHINGTON State Dept. Hits China's Rights Record</P><P>The State Department is preparing a tough critique of China's human rights record since President Bill Clinton renewed trade preferences for the communist regime eight...
Bulldogs Get the Jump on League Contenders Zumwalt South Beats Power Hazelwood Central
Advantage, Fort Zumwalt South.With the Suburban North Conference Swimming Championships set for Feb. 1-3 at the St. Peters Rec-Plex, the Bulldogs of Fort Zumwalt South took a major step toward their first league championship last week, winning 97-89...
Business Notes
NEW IN TOWN</P><P>The Gold Connection has opened in the Belz Factory Outlet Mall in Wentzville. The shop offers custom jewelry and a repair service. It also sells coins. Phone: 327-8633.</P><P>A Touch for Life, which offers...
Capitol's Artillery Gives Birds a Roost Awakening
Birds that invaded the Capitol are going out with a bang.With its height, spreading trees and many ledges, nooks and crannies, the Capitol became a favorite roost for hundreds of pigeons and starlings.The problem has been especially bad in winter months,...
Career Assist Record Will Come to Pass for Stockton
Utah's John Stockton is about to pass his former Dream Team teammate, Magic Johnson, as the career assists leader in the National Basketball Association."He's so good, you begin to take him for granted," said Karl Malone, the All-Star forward and Stockton's...
Clicks, Thumps, Then Usair Crash
Everything seemed normal on USAir Flight 427 until three clicks were heard in the cockpit. "Sheez," the captain said.A second later, a thump, and then clicking. As someone in the cockpit began breathing hard, a second thump and more clicks were heard.It...
Clinton Seeks Minimum-Wage Hike Televised Speech May Also Address Welfare Overhaul
President Bill Clinton has decided to push for an increase in the minimum wage despite certain opposition from the Republican Congress, aides said Monday on the eve of his State of the Union address.Although Clinton plans to reach out to Republicans...
Congress Likely to Succeed with Some Tax Proposals
The smoke is clearing for American investors who have been wondering what effect the new Congress might have on their personal finances.Obviously, nothing is a "done deal," as Republicans tout their "Contract With America" and President Bill Clinton...
Council Looking for $100,000 to Cut from Budget
The St. Charles County Council hopes to cut $100,000 from a budget proposed by County Executive Joe Ortwerth.The council will meet again tonight in its line-by-line review of Ortwerth's spending plan. By law, the council must approve a final budget by...
Court Bars Belated Evidence from Bosses Sued for Bias
A company cannot escape a job-discrimination suit by belatedly turning up evidence of wrongdoing by the worker who sued, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday.But evidence of misconduct will reduce the amount that the worker can collect, the court said.The...
Crusader Girls Trip Wright City 44-33 in Elsberry Tournament
The St. Dominic High girls basketball team took its lumps early in the season, losing to teams like Troy, Duchesne, Francis Howell, Warrenton, Francis Howell North and Wentzville. But that's history now."In most of those games, we played fairly well,...
Don't Blame Us: Afc Here by Default
Super Bowl Week finally has arrived, and from coast to coast, you can feel the excitement building to a fever pitch as Americans from all walks of life focus their full attention on the nation's premier sports attraction: the O.J. Simpson trial.But here...
Dr. Paul Donohue
Dear Dr. Donohue: Our 3-month-old granddaughter has been found to have toxoplasmosis, and we are frightened beyond belief on learning of its possible ramifications. Would you kindly address the sources of toxoplasmosis and the effects of this horrendous...
Earlier Rally Bolted Chargers into Team That Wouldn't Quit
The tipoff on the San Diego Chargers came way back in September.They opened at Denver, where they had not won since 1986. They were playing a Broncos offense fortified with free-agent help, including former Chargers wide receiver Anthony Miller. This...
Earthquake's Unusual Pattern Stumps Many Engineers in Japan
IT'S HARD TO WALK anywhere in this city and not see evidence of the awesome forces unleashed by the magnitude 7.2 earthquake that ripped through the city before dawn a week ago.Wooden and concrete buildings lie in piles of rubble. Others tilt at impossible...
Ex-Card Mathews Makes Pitch to Royals
As a major step toward becoming a replacement player, former Cardinals pitcher Greg Mathews said he has given exclusive negotiating rights to the Kansas City Royals, one of several teams that contacted him.Mathews, 32, said he expected this to lead to...
Fatal Fire Unraveled History of Crowding Family Grew beyond Limits of University City's Housing Code
University City police and firefighters are investigating how up to 14 people lived in a house where a fire killed three children last week.The city's housing code allowed a maximum of six.The investigators are trying to determine whether city codes,...
Fear, Apathy Make Violence `the Way It Is'
THE CRIME WAS bad enough.Police said a 14-year-old girl had been shot by a 17-year-old boy because he thought she belonged to the Crips street gang.Something surely worth dying over, right?The girl, Anna Jaree Satchell, was shot while she and others...
`Geographic' Special Is Pretty but Shallow
ONE of the first things I remember seeing on color television was a National Geographic special - that and "Bonanza," which (after years of watching it in black and white) looked weird and green.But even if the color wasn't great on the set my father...
Glaxo Bids $14 Billion for Rival Wellcome Drug Firm Would Be Biggest in the World
Taking the steady consolidation of the health-care industry to a new scale, Glaxo PLC launched an unsolicited $14 billion offer for Wellcome PLC Monday in a deal that would create the world's largest drug maker.If completed, the deal between the two...
Group Targets Boaters New Laws Sought for Lake of Ozarks
Angered by the growing number of large, ocean-going racing boats at Lake of the Ozarks, a group of residents wants to "take back the lake" by establishing speed limits, and noise and safety regulations for boaters."There seems to be a lot of people who...
Hall of Fame Reunion to Replace Banquet This Year
The St. Charles County Amateur Sports Hall of Fame will hold a reunion for all its members on April 8 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in St. Paul.Over the past 11 years, 220 men and women have been inducted for their accomplishments in baseball, softball,...
Hero vs. Hero: Itching for a Rematch
IF YOU ASK the police, they'll tell you all firefighters do is sit around and eat - while the city pays them. Those aren't fire houses. They're kitchens with big garages.Firefighters say cops spend all their time sitting in their cars, stuffing themselves...
Hero Who Saved the City
TARGEE STREET, revered by firefighters, remembered by songwriters and relegated to oblivion by civic progress, got its name from the man hailed as saving St. Louis in the Great Fire of May 17-18, 1849.Thomas B. Targee, captain of Missouri Company No....
Housing Starts Up in '94; Interest Rates, Too
Rising interest rates last year didn't seem to deter new home buyers in St. Charles County.Contractors began work on 3,229 houses in St. Charles County in 1994, according to the St. Charles County Building Department. That was an increase of about 17.6...
Irvin's Order Irks Mayor, Some Others Directive to Workers on Talking with Officials
Some elected officials in St. Peters are saying the city administrator may have overstepped his bounds by issuing what they believe is a gag order to city employees.In a recent workshop, Mayor Tom Brown addressed a directive sent to city workers from...
Katherine Hinchey Cochran; Columnist, Artist
Katherine Hinchey Cochran, a columnist, historian and artist in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and a former St. Louisan, died Saturday (Jan. 21, 1994) at St. Francis Hospital in Cape Girardeau, Mo., after a heart attack. She was 87 and lived at the Drury Lodge...
Kiel's New Organ Is One-of-a-Kind
FOR KIEL CENTER hockey crowds, this truncated season will mean hearing no end of organ variations of W.C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues."Thomas C. Docter will see to that. From now on, games will be a veritable Handyfest."It's amazing," said Docter, as he...
Last Year, Chargers GM `Quit' in Dispute with Team Owner
A year ago, Bobby Beathard was attending practices for the East-West Shrine Game in Palo Alto, Calif., telling friends that he was fed up with meddlesome owner Alex Spanos and had quit as general manager for the San Diego Chargers. For about a week,...
Longing for Sequestered Life
Damn, I wish I were on that jury. It's not that I want to be away from my family for six months. It's not that I want the celebrity. It's not that I want the macadamia nuts in the hotel minibar.What I want is to be sequestered.The way I figure it, the...
Man Drowned 8 Puppies as Revenge, He Admits
Cherie Shelton, 19, will never forget the horror when she went to investigate the sound of running water in the bathroom after arriving home early Sunday.There, in the bathtub filled to the brim, were eight of her 11-day-old Rottweiler puppies, their...
Mathews Makes Pitch to Royals
As a major step toward becoming a replacement player, former Cardinals pitcher Greg Mathews said he has given exclusive negotiating rights to the Kansas City Royals, one of several teams that contacted him.Mathews, 32, said he expected this to lead to...
Mighty Mo Bows out Navy Gives Up on Historic, but Costly, Battleship
The battleship Missouri has been stricken from the Navy's rolls, and will probably become a museum at Pearl Harbor.Earlier this month, the Navy said the Missouri and the three other battleships of its class simply cost too much to keep around. All four...
Monsanto Reaches `Milestone' in Performance
Monsanto Co. produced a batch of financial records and near-records for 1994, the company said Monday.Monsanto earned $622 million for the year ended Dec. 31, the second best in its history.Earnings per share hit a record of $5.32 because Monsanto has...
Morning Briefing
Cadbury Discloses Talks With Dr Pepper/7Up</P><P>Confectionary conglomerate Cadbury Schweppes PLC confirmed Monday it wants to become No. 3 in the U.S. soft drinks business with a cash buyout of Dr Pepper-Seven-Up Cos.</P><P>A...
Morning Briefing Eye Openers
Eye Drops:As soon as road crews have finished clearing Interstate 70 near Columbia, Mo., they will begin removing the piles of snow left over from last week's Rams news conference.Could someone please retrace the ruts in the ice and show me the exact...
Msd Will Explore Cost of Expanding Storm Water Service Agency to Spend $2 Million in City, St. Louis County Survey
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District plans to spend about $2 million to find out exactly how much it would cost to provide storm water service throughout its 518 square miles in St. Louis and St. Louis County.MSD has never provided storm water service...
Obituaries
S. Ann Causey</P><P>S. Ann Causey, 50, of St. Charles, died Sunday (Jan. 22, 1995) of cancer at St. Joseph Health Center in St. Charles.</P><P>Mrs. Causey was a Spanish teacher for 23 years at Fort Zumwalt South High School...
Obituaries
Margaret C. Chapman</P><P>Margaret Catherine Chapman, 60, of Fredericktown, Mo., and formerly of Winfield, died Saturday (Jan. 20, 1995) at Madison Memorial Hospital in Fredericktown after a brief illness.</P><P>Mrs. Chapman...
Oilers' Arnott Hopes to Build on Strong Rookie Season
Edmonton's Jason Arnott is looking to the future after finishing second in the National Hockey League's rookie of the year balloting last season.Arnott had a team-high 33 goals but finished behind New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur for the rookie honor."Brodeur...
On Eve of Trial, Hawkers, Protesters Clamor for Attention
Inside, the main event had yet to begin. Outside, the sideshow was well under way."O.J. the Juice. Guilty of abuse!" Ann Summa chanted as she and other members of the Women's Action Coalition demonstrated against domestic violence. They stood across...
Pass the Mexican Loan Guarantee
Since Mexico devalued the peso last month, confidence in its economy has plummeted, along with the value of its currency. Only the recent U.S. pledge to guarantee up to $40 billion in loans to Mexico has stabilized the situation - temporarily.But now...
Peacekeeper Referee Ed Hightower of Alton Glides from Classroom to Big-Time Hoops
Rules and people.Ed Hightower has dedicated his life to reconciling those conflicting forces.By profession, he has been an educator for 21 years in the Alton School District, lately as an assistant superintendent.Before taking that promotion in July,...
People
In Style magazine surveyed salons from coast to coast, all to learn which stars have stylings that touch the public's fancy.The names mentioned most often: HEATHER LOCKLEAR, JANET JACKSON, JULIA ROBERTS, ISABELLA ROSSELLINI, HELEN HUNT - and KEANU REEVES.But...
Players Mum on Maryland Heights Site
Players International Inc., which Monday announced strong results for its third quarter, refuses to be pinned down on its plans for Maryland Heights.During a conference call with analysts, Peter Aranow, Players' chief financial officer, was asked about...
Pull the Plug on PBS Funding
The Public Broadcasting System is battling to remain on taxpayer life support. It has flooded its own airwaves with self-promoting montages of its best programming that conclude with the rhetorical question, "If PBS doesn't do it, who will?"None of...
Put It on the P.A
The Francis Howell North High School speech team ended the Greater St. Louis Speech League season with a second-place trophy in public speaking. First-place winners included Trevor Biship, Bree Jehle, Maureen McGinn, Joon Huh and Cheryl Foster. Finalists...
Referendum on Police Residency Not Needed
By state law, the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners is responsible for setting all rules governing the Police Department, including rules on whether officers should be required to live in the city. A voter referendum on this issue, then, would...
Reno Sues Illinois, 2 Other States, over Voter Registration
Attorney General Janet Reno sued Illinois, California and Pennsylvania on Monday to force them to comply with a new federal law to make voter registration simpler."We don't understand why any elected official would stand in the way of making it easier...
Restoring Confidence in Mexico
The collapse of the Mexican peso was expected by those familiar with the economic and political situation in Mexico.Former President Carlos Salinas de Gortari, to hold down inflation during his privatizing strategy, kept the peso artificially high. He...
Road Construction
The following list reports on major road-construction projects that could cause traffic congestion. Information for the list was provided by the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department, the Illinois Transportation Department and construction contractors....
Rockwood Suspends Peterson School Superintendent's Record to Be Reviewed
The Rockwood School Board has voted 5-1 to suspend Superintendent Dennis L. Peterson with pay for an indefinite period. The board announced the suspension Monday after voting Saturday at a closed meeting.Board President Michael Corley said Peterson was...
Rookie Lacher Helps Bruins Beat Rangers
Rookie goaltender Blaine Lacher turned in his second successive strong performancet as the Boston Bruins beat the New York Rangers 2-1 Monday night.Lacher, playing in only his third professional game, made 29 saves with his best work coming in the third...
Sanctuary: Peregrine Falcon Struggle
The death of a peregrine falcon found in St. Louis recently illustrates the difficulties that face this federally endangered bird. But the survival of another falcon found in Portage des Sioux demonstrates the species' tenacity, and its progress toward...
Secret Audition Costs Channel 4 Reporter
NOTES ON MY CUFF: Channel 4 general assignment reporter Kara Kaswell has just completed her one-week suspension. The penalty was meted out when KMOV brass learned that she had auditioned sub rosa for a San Francisco television station. . . .A source...
Simpson Tries to Seize Offensive Takes Aim at Detective, Proposes Alibi
Prosecutors in the O.J. Simpson double murder case accused the defense on Monday of deliberately withholding vital information, and the defense offered its first glimpse of a possible alibi for the accused.Defense attorneys clearly sought to seize the...
Simpson Wins on Racism Issue Ito to Allow Questioning of White Officer
A judge handed O.J. Simpson's defense team a victory Monday, allowing his attorneys to introduce allegations of racism against a key police witness.But opening trial statements were delayed at least until today by a bitter courtroom battle over the issue.In...
Slu Needs Time to Feel at Home but Tops Marquette
Kiel Center is St. Louis University's basketball home, its hoops castle. But after 15 days playing out of suitcases, the Billikens looked a bit tentative stepping back in front of friends and family Sunday night.What, did they forget to wipe their feet?...
S'no Problem: Lions Keep AMC Going Lindenwood, Harris-Stowe Only Conference Teams to Beat Snowstorm
While the rest of the American Midwest Conference was digging out after last week's snowstorm, the men's teams from Lindenwood and Harris-Stowe State colleges were playing basketball."We both happened to be in the area and were able to get the game in,"...
Special Interests Gain from Public Subsidy
The city of St. Louis should think long and hard before signing off on the very lucrative package being given the Los Angeles Rams. The domed stadium, luxury boxes, the $12 million-to-$15 million practice field, the $27 million payoff to the city of...
Speedway Takes Psls for a Spin
Tri-City Speedway owner Bob Wente has been following this personal seat license campaign being conducted by FANS Inc. on behalf of the St. Louis Rams.Nice idea, he thought.When the World of Outlaws circuit comes to St. Louis and competes at the Granite...
Sports Shorts
Report: U. Of Miami To Hire Dallas' Davis</P><P>Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Butch Davis will be named head coach at the University of Miami at a news conference today, according to news reports.</P><P>Davis, 43, flew...
Spotlight
Jamie Praechter, 17 Senior, Francis Howell North</P><P>Standing in the student spotlight this week is Jamie Praechter, 17, a senior at Francis Howell North, a professional model and Junior Miss finalist.</P><P>Jamie started...
St. Charles W. Title Called a Highlight
A little snow - actually, a lot of snow - wasn't about to stop the St. Charles West High Warriors.West, ranked third in the Post-Dispatch large-schools poll, became just the second Missouri team to win the prestigious Bass Pro Tournament of Champions...
St. Luke's Hospital Loses Top Executive
St. Luke's Hospital is the second major St. Louis hospital looking for a new top executive.Paul H. Wunderlich, 54, abruptly resigned Friday after more than two decades as St. Luke's president.A former chairman of the Hospital Association of Metropolitan...
Supreme Court Rebuffs Nixon on Convicts' Federal Appeals
The Supreme Court made it easier Monday for convicts to bring their claims of innocence into federal court, rejecting a tougher standard sought by the Missouri attorney general.By a 5-4 vote, the court ordered federal judges in St. Louis to reconsider...
The Book Deal That Won't Go Away
House Speaker Newt Gingrich is going to have to decide between rescuing American society from liberalism or becoming a millionaire because it doesn't look as if he can do both. Democrats spent a good part of last week questioning the ethics of the lucrative...
The Music Goes 'Round and 'Round at Kiel, the Puck Drops on Spot That Inspired `St. Louis Blues'
THIS IS the story of a street, a game, a song and a man who changed the sound of American music forever.That man was W.C. Handy.Handy wrote the world-famous "St. Louis Blues" about a wide-open spot he visited a century ago - the same spot where the St....
Trail Blazers Keep Cool, Win Rematch with Kings
It was all about control.The Portland Trail Blazers reined themselves in Sunday night and focused their aggression on the boards instead of their opponents.The result was a 103-87 victory over the Sacramento Kings, the same team that so unnerved the...
Uconn (15-0) Downs Syracuse; Kansas Rolls over Nebraska
Ray Allen scored a career-high 31 points as No. 2 Connecticut pulled away to an 86-75 victory Monday night over the sixth-ranked Orangemen in a matchup of teams with 14-game winning streaks.The Huskies (15-0, 8-0) remain the nation's only unbeaten Division...
U.N. General: Take-Charge to Hands-Off Attack on Gorazde Called Key to Rose's Change in Approach
SOON AFTER HE assumed command of the U.N. operation in Bosnia almost a year ago, British Lt. Gen. Michael Rose dispatched a platoon of U.N. armored vehicles toward a Bosnian Serb checkpoint that had been blocking traffic into Sarajevo.Within minutes...
Update
Couple's Suit Over Auto Sales Tax Prompts Change In Missouri Law</P><P>REMEMBER the lawyer from Kansas City who went all the way to the Missouri Supreme Court over $32.38? And lost?</P><P>Well, ultimately he won. Sid Willens...
Vikings Add Twists, Meet Challenge of Own 8-Team Tourney
The Francis Howell wrestling team used its Viking Challenge to work on a few new techniques, but the results were largely the same.The Vikings, ranked second in the Post-Dispatch poll, won the eight-team tournament without much difficulty Saturday. Howell...
Vision of Success Program Helped Blind Man Get Job Running Food Court
One of Sam Parker's customers warned him Monday, "You're almost out of California trail mix - you'd better get some in here."She was reminding Parker because he has a hard time seeing his own inventory. He is all but blind.Even so, he has run the Food...
West Student Leaders Get Chance to `Make It Happen' Tri-County Conference of Councils Scheduled Feb. 3
Gearing up for a three-county conference has taught the Student Council at St. Charles West High School the importance of being organized.Each year, the student council from a different high school organizes the one-day conference for their counterparts...
Will NFL Lightning Continue to Strike? 49ers' Year Almost Unraveled in Early Loss to Kansas City
At first glance, rr the numbers show nothing more than your typically stellar San Francisco season.At 15-3, the 49ers have had 12 consecutive seasons of 10 or more triumphs, a National Football League record.Quarterback Steve Young won his fourth consecutive...