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SBD/25/Leagues Governing Bodies
Published March 25, 1998
In addition to the Pilot Pen in CT, tennis tournaments in "at least" four other cities -- San Diego, Washington, DC, Cincinnati and Mahwah, NJ -- are pursuing the U.S. Women's Hardcourt Championships in Stone Mountain, GA (HARTFORD COURANT, 3/25)....The PGA Tour has filed a notice of appeal in the Casey Martin decision in federal court in Eugene, OR. The case will "probably be heard in six to 18 months" and is "expected to repeat the PGA Tour's original argument that it is a private organization" and exempt from the ADA's public accommodation guidelines (OREGONIAN, 3/24).