Univ. of TN star Chamique Holdsclaw, who will stay in
school for her senior year, has taken out an insurance
policy with American Specialty Underwriters (N.Y. DAILY
NEWS, 3/31)....The USGA will allow Casey Martin to use a
cart during qualifying for the U.S. Open. The USGA, which
was not a party to Martin's suit against the PGA Tour, said
it will abide by the "spirit" of the court decision
(REUTERS, 3/31)....The USBL relocated its Philadelphia Power
to Camden, making them the Camden Power. The team, owned by
Gerald Mitchell and Fred Colon, will play at Rutgers Univ.-
Camden stadium, which will be leased for $1,000 a game
(PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 3/31)....FIFA General Sec. Sepp
Blatter formally confirmed that he is a candidate for
president to replace the outgoing Joao Havelange. The only
other declared candidate is Lennart Johansson, of UEFA,
European football's governing body. The FINANCIAL TIMES'
Jimmy Burns: "Some Fifa insiders believe that the race for
the presidency could be so divisive as to leave the way open
for Mr. Havelange to stay on for a while as a 'compromise'
chief." The election is in June (FINANCIAL TIMES, 3/28).