?Christopher Morris of Hardy, Ark., by Mark McGwire. Big Mac wants Morris to stop making and distributing bogus $70 bills featuring McGwire's image and meant to celebrate his 1998 home run total. McGwire brought suit after Morris failed to fulfill an earlier agreement to stop producing the bills by Christmas.
?For a Grammy Award in the category of Best Latin Pop Album, former welterweight champion Oscar De La Hoya, for his debut album, Oscar De La Hoya.
?Doug Arnot, 50, managing director of events for the Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC), which is overseeing the 2002 Olympics. He's serving a 10-day sentence for misdemeanor assault, to which he had pleaded guilty. In March, Arnot, while driving an SLOC-owned SUV, nearly struck Richard Van Orden of West Jordan, Utah, while Van Orden was in a crosswalk in downtown Salt Lake City. After Van Orden yelled an epithet, Arnot made a U-turn, reached out the car window, grabbed Van Orden by the tie and punched him. He then drove through the intersection dragging the victim by the tie.
?By the NFL, a cease and desist letter to the operators of mikebrownsucks.com, which bashes the Bengals' G.M. The NFL asked the site to stop posting links to and material from the team's site, Bengals.com, and to remove a version of the Cincinnati logo that has been modified to make the tiger look frightened. The site's operators complied with the first two requests but say they are within their rights to use a parody of the logo and will continue to do so.
?The snowboarding ban at Aspen's Ajax Mountain, leaving just four skier-only major resorts in the U.S.: Alta and Deer Valley in Utah, Taos in New Mexico and Mad River Glen in Vermont.