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Published November 19, 1997
Sports agent DAVID FISHOF is the target of a $25M sexual-harassment suit by a former employee, SARA SCHUB (N.Y. POST, 11/19)....In MN, 2,500 fans worked as movie extras at the Metrodome for the filming of "MAJOR LEAGUE III" (PIONEER PRESS, 11/19)....ESPN's STUART SCOTT is profiled in VIBE. Scott "has become the latest in a long line of ESPN stars by saturating his broadcasts with hip hop slanguage. ... And he's representing the black athlete and the black sports fan in a world dominated by the Bob Costas-Marv Albert school of sportscasting" (VIBE, 12/97)....Tennis' PATRICK RAFTER is named in PEOPLE's "Sexiest Man Alive" issue (PEOPLE, 11/19). ....Bonus Books has released, "Agassi & Ecstasy: The turbulent life of ANDRE AGASSI," written by former tennis writer and Las Vegas Review Journal assistant sports editor PAUL BAUMAN (LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL, 11/18)....Former NBA player/U.S. Congressman TOM MCMILLAN "is under investigation on fraud issues." McMillan is Chair of the DC-based Complete Wellness Centers (N.Y. POST, 11/19).