Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 14, 1990 · Page 19
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Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 19

Indiana, Pennsylvania
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Friday, September 14, 1990
Page 19
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(Sazette SPORTS Tuesday, September 16, 2003 — Page 19 Singh grabs PGA money lead with victory By The Associated Press SUMS, HI. — Vijay Singh won tjie rain-delayed John Deere Classic by four strokes, earning hjs third title of the year. The win moved him to the top of this year's PGA money list. j Singh closed With a'65 for a total of 16- under 268. Chris Riley (71), J.L. Lewis (71) and Jonathan Byrd (68) shared second at 272. The $630,000 first prize boosted Singh's earnings for the year to more than $5.6 million, edging him past Davis Love III. BOISE, Idaho -- The team of LPGA Hall of Famer Nancy Lopez and PGA Tour member Hank Kuehne won a nine-hole skins event at Hillcrest Country Club. Only Kuehne had a better score than 13-year-old Michelle Wie, who was paired with John Daly in the Kraft/Nabisco Shoot-out. On Thursday, at the same course, Wie will become the first female junior amateur to compete in a PGA Tour-sanctioned tournament in the Narionwide Tour's Albertsons Boise Open. Football JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jaguars linebacker Keith Mitchell was released from the hospital, one day after being taken from the field on a stretcher with a neck injury. Coach Jack Del Rio said Mitchell briefly lost feeling in his extremities after colliding with an opponent, but never lost movement. Mitchell stayed overnight in the hospital. Tests showed no broken bones and no major damage. HOUSTON — Houston Texans nose tackle Seth Payne will miss the rest of the season after tearing a ligament in his left knee in Sunday's loss to New Orleans. Tennis NEW YORK — Two tennis umpires filed discrimination complaints against the sport's international and national governing organizations, saying they faced retaliation after complaining that blacks and females were not treated fairly in that job. The complaints against the International Tennis Federation and the U.S. Tennis Association were filed with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission by Cecil Holland, a 17- year veteran umpire, and Sande French. College football COLUMBUS, Ohio — Attorneys for suspended Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett entered an innocent plea on his behalf on a misdemeanor falsification charge. Clarett is charged with filing an exaggerated theft report with campus police in April after a dealership's car h& was borrowing was broken into. The police report said cash and stereo equipment worth thousands of dollars was taken. Prosecutors and Ohio State University police last Tuesday filed the charge, which carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. College basketball INDIANAPOLIS — A federal court in Texas upheld "March Madness" as a trademark of the NCAA and the Illinois High School Association. 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