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Quayle's Spell In Phoenix

Up Front -- Convention Report '96: AFTERLIVES


FORMER VICE-PRESIDENT DAN Quayle is pulling up stakes in Indiana this fall to relocate to Phoenix, where he'll teach international affairs at the Thunderbird School of Management. The ex-Veep disclosed his plans to San Diego conventioneers at a party he hosted.

Quayle, who briefly flirted with a 1996 Presidential run, spent some of his teens in Phoenix, where his family publishes The Arizona Republic. After the '92 election, Quayle and wife Marilyn returned to suburban Indianapolis. Now, their Carmel home is for sale. Marilyn, an attorney, plans to commute.

A big Phoenix plus for ardent golfer Quayle, says a friend, is that "he can play all year round." Since leaving D.C., Quayle has been raising money for the party and writing books.

He didn't bring his clubs to San Diego, though flooded with golf invites, friends say. Reason: to avoid turning down people he'd need for a 2000 run.EDITED BY LARRY LIGHT WITH LISA SANDERS By Owen Ullmann

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