NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published October 6, 1995
Sports mogul H. WAYNE HUIZENGA is reportedly looking to join in a business venture of some type with fellow member of the Forbes magazine's list of the 400 richest Americans, Jim Moran (MIAMI HERALD, 10/5)....USC is filing suit against agent ROBERT CARON of Pro Manage. Caron allegedly gave money and "other benefits" to three USC football players who have since been suspended. The suit will ask for unspecified damages (L.A. TIMES, 10/6)....REGGIE WHITE, on the O.J. Simpson verdict, as aired on a local TV station: "I saw whites crying. But we've been crying, our people have been crying for over 400 years. .... There's been a lot of rich people -- rich whites, rich Jews who have gotten off, too." White later apologized to Jewish groups saying no stereotyping was intended (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 10/6)....SERENA WILLIAMS, sister of VENUS WILLIAMS, has decided not to sue the WTA Tour over rules prohibiting her from turning pro at age 14. According to attorney Kevin Davis, the decision "is only temporary and was reached at the behest of her parents" (N.Y. TIMES, 10/6).