b'1 9 9 4THE LIVING HISTORY OF MRCA1 MRCA PRESIDENTEXECUTIVE SECRETARY MRCA LEADERSHIPMICHAEL W. PETTIGREW L.B. MORRISBOARD OF DIRECTORSKIM SCHWICKENT JIM ECKSTEIN, JR.MIKE GOSTOMSKI JAMES MANSFIELDRICK SWAITNEY JIM BARRJOHN DALY DAVID TILSENARNOLD W. HELLER CRAIG THOMPSONKURT BAUMGARTNER DAVID KNUTSONBOB FREDERIC DENNIS RUNYANTODD GRAHAM HISTORIC FACTS- Harley-Davidson filed a trademark application in 1994 for the sound produced by their motorcycles. After many objections and even litigation, they dropped all efforts in 2000.- The biggest Pop Culture Event was the ?O.J. Simpson White Bronco Car Chase? televised live on nearly every network.- NFL officials used to use a gunshot to signal the end of a quarter. In 1994 they switched to using a whistle.- George Foreman first became the Heavyweight World Champion in 1973 by knocking out Joe Frazier. In 1994, at 45 years old, he regained the title. After 4 title defenses, he finally lost the title in 1997 just a few months short of his 49th birthday.- Major League Baseball Players Association begin 232 day strike causing 1994 season to be cancelled. COSTOF L I V I N GMILK GAL. $2.88 KETCHUP $1.99, 40 OZ.GAS $1.11EGGS $0.86 DZ.BREAD $1.59 DAILY NEWSPAPER $0.25AVG INCOME $34,922 STRAWBERRIES $1.49, QT.HOUSE $119,050 SONY, STEREO$799.00SYSTEM, 100 WATTS, 5CD CHANGER'