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SportsLog: Tim Curley, Gary Schultz arraigned in Sandusky case

COLLEGES

AD, VP arraigned in Sandusky case

Penn State athletic director Tim Curley and former university vice president Gary Schultz were arraigned Friday in Harrisburg, Pa., during a short court appearance amid new charges of failing to report child sexual abuse allegations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. An additional $50,000 in bail was set for Curley and Schultz by District Judge William Wenner based on the additional charges that include child endangerment and conspiracy. A preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 12 . . . The NCAA is putting a restriction on athletes who want to play immediately after changing schools to be closer to an ailing family member. The NCAA said that athletes must choose a school within 100 miles of the family member if they want to play right away. Previously, there was no distance limit.

TENNIS

Qualifier advances to Paris semifinals

Polish qualifier Jerzy Janowicz kept his great run going at the Paris Masters, advancing to the semifinals when his opponent, Janko Tipsarevic, retired because of dizziness and fatigue. The 69th-ranked Janowicz faces Gilles Simon, who beat Tomas Berdych, 6-4, 6-4, in the semifinals. Fourth-seeded David Ferrer advanced to the other semifinal, beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, 6-2, 7-5. He will face Michael Llodra, who topped Sam Querrey, 7-6, 6-3 . . . In the season-ending Tournament of Champions in Sofia, Bulgaria, Nadia Petrova rallied to beat Tsvetana Pironkova, 5-7, 6-1, 6-3. In Saturday’s semifinals, Caroline Wozniacki will play Pironkova, while Petrova will face Roberta Vinci.

GOLF

Oosthuizen leads WGC event in China

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Louis Oosthuizen shot a 9-under-par 63 in the HSBC Champions in Shenzhen, China, to build a five-shot lead after the second round. Ernie Els and Adam Scott are tied for second at 11-under 133 . . . Jiyai Shin and Ayako Uehara both shot 4-under 68 to lead the Mizuno Classic in Shima, Japan, after the first round . . . Jay Haas matched the Champions Tour record with a 10-under 60 to open a five-stroke lead over Tom Lehman after the second round of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Scottsdale, Ariz. . . . Chinese teen Guan Tianlang made nine birdies on his way to an 8-under 64 in the second round of the Asia-Pacific Amateur in Bangkok. Tianlang sits at 14-under 130, five shots ahead of Prin Sirisommai and Oliver Goss.

MISCELLANY

Salt Lake, Seattle play to scoreless tie

Real Salt Lake’s Nick Rimando made five saves and Michael Gspurning had four for the host Seattle Sounders as the teams finished in a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their MLS Western Conference semifinal series. The second leg will be played Nov. 8 in Utah . . . Paul Kimmage, an Irish journalist, filed a criminal complaint against International Cycling Union leaders Pat McQuaid and Hein Verbruggen, accusing them of protecting Lance Armstrong while he won seven Tour de France titles. Kimmage alleges defamation and fraud in the case filed in Vevey, Switzerland . . . The World Anti-Doping Agency accepted the decision that stripped Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles, saying it was the ‘‘right and proper sanction’’ for the disgraced cyclist. . . NASCAR Sprint Cup points leader Jimmie Johnson is the top qualifier for Sunday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth after a fast lap of 191.076 miles per hour. Brad Keselowski, only 2 points behind Johnson, qualified eighth.

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