A tennis referee was arrested on Tuesday in New York and charged with the murder of her husband. The referee, Lois Ann Goodman, 70, has been accused of beating her husband to death with a coffee cup in April in Los Angeles. She is in New York to officiate the U.S. Open, which starts next week. Los Angeles police said Goodman, who has worked at some of the top tennis matches in the world, had initially said her husband, Alan Frederick Goodman, 80, had fallen down the stairs. Police said that although they wanted to keep the arrest low-key, they would have arrested Goodman at the U.S. Open if necessary.