MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, May 18, 2004

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  • Developer Wolstein dead at 77 (Akron Beacon Journal)
  • Bert Wolstein, shopping center magnate, dies at 77 (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Pilarski leads Rhinos' charge (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Burn has turned things around since last year (Kansas City Star)
  • They're going places (Boston Globe)
  • Crew gets opportunity to showcase its bench (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Coaches come full circle for Chicago (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Howard, Man U aim for FA Cup (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • MLS still trying to figure out All-Star format, Cup site (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Restrictions block new MetroStars signing (
  • Metros must solve Fire, Revs (New York Daily News)
  • Player With Plenty of Exposure (New York Times)
  • Rhinos Look To MLS (WOKR – TV)
  • Bert L. Wolstein was developer, philanthropist, sports owner (Associated Press)
  • Bart Wolstein dies (Crains Cleveland Business)
  • Undefeated regular season for Arsenal (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • Sport Could Still Be Left Out of Games (L.A. Times)
  • Old face back with soccer's Michigan Bucks (Detroit Free Press)
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