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Sat., May 4, 1996, midnight

Terry Labonte won his fourth pole of the year with a record-breaking qualifying lap of 92.524 mph for the Save Mart Supermarkets 300 at Sears Point Raceway in Sonoma, Calif. Spokane’s Chad Little failed to qualify but gets another shot today.

Notre Dame quarterback Tom Krug’s brief football career has been cut short by a potentially dangerous neck condition involving fused vertebrae, the university.

Lance Armstrong took a big race lead after winning the second half of a double stage in the Tour DuPont bicycle race at Raleigh, N.C. Armstrong, 24, of Austin, Texas, the leader of the Motorola team, captured the 7.1-mile Raleigh individual time trial in 12 minutes, 56.965 seconds, an average of 32.89 mph.

A week after police said Dallas Mavericks guard Tony Dumas beat his pregnant girlfriend, the woman, Georgia Foy, is suing Dumas.

Longtime Temple assistant basketball coach Jim Maloney had a heart attack while driving in Camden, N.J., crashed into another car and died Friday. It was not clear if the heart attack was fatal. He was 62.



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