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September 7, 1993

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) _ Doug Flutie threw three touchdown passes as the Calgary Stampeders beat the Edmonton Eskimos 33-13 to open the season 10-0 for the first time since 1949.

Flutie, who led Calgary to the Grey Cup title last season, completed 26 of 49 attempts for 343 yards in Monday’s game.

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BOSTON (AP) - A Medford man who claims he owns the rights to a photo of former Boston Red Sox star Ted Williams is suing an artist who used the image to paint Williams as he appeared in 1939.

Kenneth Chase said Williams, artist Lewis Watkins, Grand Slam Marketing and 16 other defendants hurt him financially by ″publishing and placing upon the market a commemorative 50th anniversary print of Ted Williams which ... has copied exactly the image ... owned by the plaintiff.″

The photo in question shows Williams at the age of 21 with teammate Bobby Doerr. Chase’s suit says he owns all rights to the image, which was sold to him by another man who bought it from the original photographer.

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Yoo Myung-woo of South Korea, who recaptured the WBA junior flyweight title last November, is retiring after failing to arrange a fight with WBC champion Michael Carbajal of the United States.

″The limitations of my physical power were the main reason for my retirement″ the 30-year-old Yoo said today.

Yoo, 38-1 in his 16-year career, defended the title 18 times after beating Joy Olivo of the United States in 1985. He lost the title to Hiroki Ioka of Japan in 1991 and regained it last year.

Shiro Yahiro of Japan and Leo Gamez of Venezuela will fight in Tokyo on Oct. 21 for the vacant title, with the winner required to face top-ranked Juan Torres of Panama within 90 days.

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HAMILTON, Ontario (AP) - Paul Osbaldiston made a 42-yard field goal with five seconds left to give the Hamilton Tiger-Cats a 23-21 victory over the Toronto Argonauts in the CFL.

Toronto, which has a 14-game road losing streak, dropped to 1-9 with Monday night’s loss. Hamilton (4-6) broke a six-game losing streak.

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GREENSBORO, Ga. (AP) - P.J. Smith of Morristown, Tenn., shot a 1-over-par 73 for a one-stroke victory over Matt Seppanen of Rochester Hills, Mich., in the American Junior Golf Association’s Port Armor Junior.

Smith, who avoided a playoff with a 15-foot birdie putt on No. 18, finished play Monday with a 2-over 146 total. Seppanen also shot a 73.

In the girls division, Jenny Chuasiriporn of Timonium, Md., closed with a 74 for a three-stroke victory with a 150 total.